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In My View

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In less than three weeks, Owensboro will mark the first anniversary of the day the economy came crashing down.

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Over the past 10 years, historical horse racing, or HHR, has been the catalyst for Kentucky racetracks to invest millions of dollars and create thousands of jobs in communities across the commonwealth.

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As a rheumatologist, I work with patients every day who are suffering from complex, chronic conditions, such as arthritis and rheumatic illness. These diagnoses do not have one-size-fits-all solutions, and effective management often requires many doctor appointments and specialty medicines —…

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As a rheumatologist, I work with patients every day who are suffering from complex, chronic conditions, such as arthritis and rheumatic illness. These diagnoses do not have one-size-fits-all solutions, and effective management often requires many doctor appointments and specialty medicines —…

Readers Write

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Churches that wade into politics should be forced to pay taxes

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I am not happy, but I will abide. I will no longer post negatively about former president Donald Trump except in retaliation to Trump supporter’s posts. This does not mean I agree with the verdict. I honestly believe it was coerced, not arrived at by way of fair judgment. A verdict arrived a…

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Lately, I have been thinking about the COVID-19 virus; well, to be accurate, about micro-organisms in general. These tiny bugs can attach to our bodies and enter through various portals like our nose, mouth, eyes and even through open wounds. Once they find a way in, they start to colonize a…

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“I solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of (fill in the blank) now pending, I will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws: So help me God.”

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On Jan. 6, 2021, we all were a witness to the Washington, D.C., riot and the outrage it generated in the news media and among politicians. They said it was an attack on our democracy and an insurrection. They were all outraged, calling for those involved to be held accountable. With all due …

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First, I'm not and have never been against higher wages. I'm just asking everyone to watch the $15-an-hour push! No one has talked about the exclusion of people on fixed income and how the price raises from companies will affect those of us on fixed income — they will raise prices.

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In her letter published Jan. 14, Carolyn Williamson made multiple assertions basically supported by her watching “hours of public testimony before state legislatures.” She even spoke of requests made to Mike Pence from state legislators, who himself would certainly would have benefited from …

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With all of the buildings that are empty on South Frederica, why hasn't anyone thought of putting in a cafeteria? It is a place where people can go and pick out just what they want to eat and pay for only those foods.

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As we celebrated a new year, let's look at some of the things that have changed: COVID-19 has destroyed our country; too many people have died and a lot more will die; businesses have closed and jobs lost and many more will close; and we also ushered in a new president.