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By Billy Reed Last Monday, our nation was reeling as never before from the double whammy of a violent attack on our nation’s Capitol building, ... Read more
By Ashli Watts Kentucky Chamber President and CEO Although 2020 was the most difficult year many have ever experienced, it is safe to say that ... Read more
I had an extensive phone conversation with Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center’s Medical Director Dr. Bunch on Thursday morning, Jan. 14, 2021. On that call, ... Read more
As we prepare to observe the 92nd birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., I find myself reflecting on a trip that taught me ... Read more
The Kentucky General Assembly has officially gaveled in for the 2021 Regular Session. Our first official few days back in Frankfort have been productive. Diligent ... Read more
Throughout the course of my education career, I have engaged in numerous discussions on how and if schools should discuss and teach controversial topics with ... Read more
By Albert Earley After Christmas I heard countless people ask, “Aren’t you glad 2020 is over?” The appropriate response is to nod your head in ... Read more
By Ben Chandler President/CEO of the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky A new state-by-state comparison of the nation’s health ranks Kentucky near the bottom in ... Read more
Point: Canceling student debt by presidential decree is wrong on many levels By Neal McCluskey If you lent someone money to start a business that ... Read more
Dear Editor, Just a few days ago, I was saddened to find that a road sign that I purchased from the highway department had been ... Read more