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Time for a break

When we received word Thursday morning from reporter Ryan Quinn that the Frankfort City... More

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Gaming belongs on the ballot

Travel the world these days and mention you’re from Kentucky and the people chatting with you... More

  • By Tim Capps/Contributing columnist
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Good boy? No way

To make a point, a learned man once said to his son, “Everyone in prison has a mother and... More

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Human face to poverty

It has been the responsibility of every society to take care of the weakest and most vulnerable,... More

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Fix prevailing wage law

The federal Prevailing Wage Law was established to protect local wages from the potential... More

  • By Dr. William F. Smith
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Dream continues

Aug. 28 is the 50th anniversary of one of the most famous speeches ever given in our fair land, a... More

  • By Tim Capps/contributing columnist,
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Internet fame and infamy

Two news stories this week — one local, one national — reminded us of how powerful the Internet... More

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True leader

The (Louisville) Courier-Journal on the death of Laurel True: Kentucky lost a powerful... More

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Highlight on research

Too often we only think of universities as places where students attend classes and lectures. Or... More

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Newspaper buys spark questions

The first week of August brought some momentous news to the news business, specifically the sale... More

  • By Tim Capps/Contributing columnist
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Sad state of affairs

It’s come to be a rather sad state of affairs when the Kentucky auditor releases results of an... More

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Financial advice ignored

Balancing a checkbook is really not that difficult. It comes down to making sure there is always... More

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Shades of gray in cover ire

The recent vitriol directed against Rolling Stone for its pointedly flattering cover photo of... More

  • By Robert Salyers
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