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Today's Opinions

  • Here are keys to manage frost damage in your alfalfa stands

    First, it is important to understand that determining the temperature that alfalfa stands were exposed to during a frost event is less than exact science.

    Air temperature reported by local news stations likely uses data logged at a weather station that was installed according to National Weather Service guidelines. These guidelines state that sensors should be installed on level terrain, away from paved or concrete surfaces and upright structures, 4 to 6 feet above the soil surface, and in a radiation shield.

  • Publisher receives award for religion coverage

    From The Western Recorder

    FLORENCE — Princeton newspaper publisher Chip Hutcheson is the 2016 recipient of the Integrity Award for Coverage of Faith Issues, an honor bestowed by the Kentucky Baptist Convention.
    KBC Executive Director Paul Chitwood awarded the prize to Hutcheson during the annual meeting of Kentucky Baptists at Florence Baptist Church in Florence.

  • Help wanted for Christmas meal

    To the editor:
    It is that time of year again!
    Community Christmas Outreach Meals, together with Open Hands Pantry, will be hosting the 14th annual Christmas Community Meal.
    The volunteers at the Christmas Community Outreach Meals wants everyone to come and enjoy a hearty meal and the fellowship of the Christmas season, and invite anyone in Anderson and surrounding counties to come share in our traditional Christmas feast.
    On Christmas Day 2015 we served 500 meals. This year we are anticipating that number to be between 500 to 600 meals.

  • Don’t fall victim to liberal media

    To the editor:
    We’re all witnessing the great spectacle of liberalism melting down in the wake of an election where the voters returned the balance of power to the people.
    The biased media used what little credibility they had left in an effort to prop up a candidate whose policy positions reflected only the rich, super elite, at the expense of America.
    With the realization that we have actually vastly improved our lot in life, voters are reassured their instincts were correct, and those folks who preached a big government philosophy are  

  • Legislature needs to stop going soft on heroin dealers

     

  • Dead soldiers lost amid election hype

    While America hyperventilated over Hillary’s emails and Donald’s potty mouth, half a world away American blood was still being spilled in Afghanistan.

    As we steamroll through yet another Veterans Day in anticipation of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s, take a moment, please, to consider the families of of Capt. Andrew Byers, 30, and Sgt. 1st Class Ryan Gloyer, 34, who were killed last Thursday during a firefight with Taliban forces in Kunduz, Afghanistan.

  • Letters to the Editor - Animal control volunteer should have acted years ago

    To the editor:

    After reading Ms. Chumbler’s long letter of awareness in last week’s paper for the problems at the county’s animal control facility, one wonders why she waited three years to step up to comment.

  • Keep gardeners in mind this Christmas

    Well, we turned back time. I don’t mind being one hour younger. I just don’t like to drive home in the dark, right after work.

    The sunrises are nice though, as long as it doesn’t blind you. There is a good side to everything, if we look hard enough. Remember, whenever there is darkness, we just have to wait for the light. Let’s talk Christmas.