Political posturing right before an election should be expected.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The decision by the Kentucky Supreme Court blocking all lower court orders, including a lawsuit filed in Scott Circuit Court by Ag Commissioner Ryan Quarles and Evans Orchard, on Gov. Beshear’s pandemic restrictions is good for all concerned.
This past week we have witnessed racial tensions and violence boil over in many cities across the country, triggered by the deaths of African Americans at the hands of police officers and white vigilantes.
The COVID-19 virus has shaken each of us to our core. It has disrupted our lives, threatened our economic security and cast a bright light on just how fragile certain elements of our lives actually are.
As the Senate eagerly awaits a budget proposal from the House of Representatives, we remain busy in Frankfort passing bills both out of committee and the Senate to send to our colleagues in the House chamber during a rainy sixth week of the 2020 Regular Session.
In January, the City of Georgetown unveiled an extensive study on its past and present financial condition while providing some projections for the future. The first presentation was appropriately by the mayor to the city council on Jan. 16 and later to Scott United, a group of community and…
Anyone attending the Scott County Board of Education meeting Thursday received a marvelous lesson in civics and civility from supporters of the Scott County High School baseball team.
Georgetown College football coach Bill Cronin stands on the cusp of a major milestone, but this week he achieved another, he learned he will be inducted into the NAIA National Hall of Fame later this year.
Jaime Morales is a hero. He is no less a hero today than he was yesterday, or a year ago when he was shot in the line of duty as part of a joint city-county operation pursuing a serial bank robber.
A live microphone can be a politician’s sweetest dream or their worst nightmare. When the politician is unaware the mic is live, that politician’s true nature is often revealed.