To the Editor,
The cost of health insurance is a perpetual problem for America’s small businesses, coming in first on the National Federation of Independent Business’s latest survey of Small Business Problems & Priorities.
I am a former Army Ranger. After two tours of Vietnam, I can attest to all that we sacrificed. We lost friends and families. We lost limbs. We lost years of our carefree youth. In many cases, we lost the ability ever again to feel completely safe and whole. We lost our innocence.
With the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we should pause and take stock of the worst attack ever on American soil, worse than even the attack on Pearl Harbor.
While President Trump continues to attempt to undermine faith in mail-in ballots, Kentucky’s leaders have taken an important bipartisan approach that will help all voters.
I often joke that I am the first person in my family not to be a teacher or farmer, and that most were both. But there is a lot of truth in that. The fact is that I am the husband, son, grandson, nephew and cousin of professional educators. Their roles have run the gambut, serving as teacher…
As the number of COVID-19 cases in Kentucky approaches 50,000, with schools and athletic events about to start, Gov. Andy Beshear has suggested he may extend the mandatory requirement that facial coverings be worn in public.
This week, during the regular meeting of the Georgetown City Council, council member David Lusby announced plans to give raises to first responders and other city employees starting with the first payroll in October.
Many have not understood the actual “simplicity” of the 10-year gambling machine court case. Given that new technologies can confuse anyone and the fact that the two statewide newspapers have not covered the story of the case well, it’s understandable. But the bottom line is actually quite simple.
The news that someone was brazen enough to pepper a neighborhood with 80 to 100 gunshots should send cause everyone’s knees to shake. At least three homes were struck, and at least one of those homes was occupied at the time of the shooting.
Polls have shown a downward trend in support of the death penalty by the American public since the mid-90s, and a majority of Americans now favor alternatives to capital punishment.
It would be an understatement to say that the last few months have been difficult. For me personally, it has been mentally exhausting to keep spirits up for my family and employees at our firm. However, these efforts have strengthened many of my personal relationships while also showing our …
Good health is on everyone’s mind and good, fresh grown vegetables are as good as it gets. Especially when those vegetables are grown right here in Scott County or in a nearby county.
Emergency funding could be needed to keep substance use treatment programs afloat as some governments continue to shut down their communities. The Trump administration has repeatedly cited the possible rise of overdoses and suicides when calling for states and businesses to re-open. However,…