Columnists

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In My View

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The leaked draft of what apparently will be a forthcoming ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court on abortion may have given Democrats the best hand they’ve been dealt in decades.

Readers Write

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Before he was elected, Donald Trump said he was America's last chance. As a result of his presidency and his appointment of Supreme Court justices, it is apparent that Roe vs. Wade is about to be overturned.

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I have never mentioned names in my letters before, but this time I have to. A million kudos to Vickie Mills' reply to Harvey Howell's letter on April 13. She hit the nail squarely on the head as she quoted the Lord who said, "go forth and multiply."

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The use of compression brakes, an option for truckers, on the Natcher exit creates significant noise for hundreds of residents on either side of the I-165 exit ramp. The noise is so loud that recently we had to stop a conversation in our home until a truck’s compression brake noise stopped.

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As inflation hits a 40-year high, the people of our great country are suffering. Gas prices are through the roof and food prices just keep going up. I remember how tough it was when wages were $3.50 an hour. Now people who earn $15 an hour can't make it because everything has doubled in price.

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Indiana recently had a Republican primary and Andrew Wilhoite won his primary to run in the general election in November and secured a spot as one of three Republican candidates for a seat on the Clinton Township Board.

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In Kentucky’s last primary election in 2020, less than 32 percent of eligible voters turned out to cast their ballots, yet the outcome of elections affects us all. Therefore, participating in the voting process is as important now as it has ever been.

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Blessed is the word I would use to describe my nearly 20 years of employment at the Daviess County Sheriff’s Office. During this time, I’ve been treated fairly, been given yearly raises, enjoyed the benefits offered with the job, and had the pleasure of becoming acquainted with some wonderfu…

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Larry Conder has an exceptional business mind, a heart of gold and a true passion for our community. He also brings the experience, knowledge and desire to work with other officials and the community at large to address issues and set the stage for a bright future. One where our citizens are…

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We are asking for your vote for Heather Blackburn for District Court Judge. We’ve known Heather for over 25 years. She is an honest, fair and hard-working attorney in the Public Defenders' office. She has held this position for 22 years and has represented clients in District Court on a regu…