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Today's Opinions

  • These basic car care tips will keep you safe, save you money

    Whether you’re a car buff or you view your car as just a way to get from point A to point B, it’s important to have a general understanding of your vehicle’s maintenance needs.

    Preventative maintenance is one of the most important ways that you can save money and keep your car running for many years to come. Most preventative maintenance will cost you nothing other than a little bit of your time.

    It’s not too late to give your college-bound son or daughter a review of preventative maintenance. Your car may need maintenance as well.

  • Letters to the Editor

    To the editor:

    Thanks will never be enough for the community support I received for my retirement. All the texts, emails, cards and calls meant so much.

    For the first time in several years I don’t have to sleep with the phone beside my ear all night. Lawrenceburg has always been our home and will continue as I look forward to being more involved as a down-town business.

  • Yes, there really are some bad ideas

    Saving the old Glensboro schoolhouse is something I would love to see happen, but not if it’s going to be done foolishly.

    That’s about the only way to describe an idea that was apparently the motivation for the fiscal court and school board to recently delay for 30 days the likelihood that the crumbling structure in front of the high school is doomed.

  • Now is time to prepare for winter

    Well, the rains have stopped. At least for several days. Just in time for cool nights and open windows. Now, if I can just get my carburetor adjusted on the tractor, I’ll only be in slightly high clover.

    Only two more Saturdays left at the produce stand and all I can think about is summer coming to a close. Soon, the weather won’t be nearly as favorable for outdoor chores. Now is the time to start preparing for that “opposite” season. I don’t even like to use the word.

  • Learning to live with bumble bees

    Bumble bees are social insects that nest in protected places: belowground in abandoned burrows of small mammals, in birdhouses, stuffing in abandoned furniture, or under piles of grass or rags in sheds or barns.

    They visit flowers to collect pollen to feed their larvae and nectar that provides them with energy.

    Do not disturb

  • Searching for great deals? Look no further than your phone

    Hello, everyone. I know it’s been a little while, but life has a way of throwing curveballs. So I am back at it and saving even more money.

    Did you know there are several different apps you can download and save more money? I know a lot of you are reading this from your phone, so why not just download some apps and save some more money?

  • Letters to the Editor

    To the editor:

    The Anderson County Family Resource and Youth Service Centers would like to thank all the community partners, school staff and

    volunteers for their continued support of the Anderson County Family Fun Fest.

    This year proved to be another success. We handed out close to 1,000 backpacks and supplies to local students in grades preschool through 12th grade.

    We also had more than 60 vendors who participated by distributing information about local businesses, agencies, and activities.

  • Don’t let garden woes bum you out

    When is the last time you heard someone utter the phrase, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again?”

    Think about it. It’s just not that popular anymore. I recently read an article about the lack of problem solving skills taught in education today. I didn’t agree with all of it, but it did get my wheels turning.

    Those of us with five or six decades under our belt did have more opportunity to problem solve. We were allowed to fail, over and over again.