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Hankering for spring

A look at the calendar reveals it’s the second full day of spring, when the trees should be... More

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Flying low

Remember when air travel used to be fun? C’mon, you’re not that old, or maybe you are if you can... More

  • By Tim Capps/contributing columnist,
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Farmer fouls out

We remember former Kentucky Wildcat basketball favorite Richie Farmer’s playing days for his... More

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This season’s done

If you live by the one-and-done players, you may die by the one-and-done players. While that may... More

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A hard lesson

Colleges and universities are well known for textbooks, labs and lectures, but students learn... More

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Soda, soda everywhere

How interesting that the same day a judge in New York blocked a ban on large-sized drinks, the... More

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Dropout bill misguided

On its face, the idea of raising the high school dropout age from 16 to 18 seems to be a good... More

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Future of farming

According to farmland.org, from 2002-2007 – the last reportable period – there were 4 million... More

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Strengthen retirement

The biggest debate in the Capitol today can be summed up in two words: public pensions. These... More

  • By Rep. Derrick Graham
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Home run

The former Home Depot building that sits behind Franklin Square stands out because of its bright... More

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Pill bill a success

We are often quick to criticize legislators. Let’s face it – they are easy targets. But in the... More

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KSU makes firing fumble

When I read Kentucky State University had fired its police chief – who seems to have had a... More

  • By Dan S. Green
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Hold off on hemp

By Tim capps Contributing columnist Just when you thought the age of the soap opera was ending,... More

  • By Tim Capps/Contributing columnist
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Sandbox spat

If Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton and Franklin County Judge-Executive Ted Collins were... More

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Premiums a problem

As an extensive article in the Sunday State Journal detailed, nearly all the highest-paid... More

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Cruelty too common

It is hard to imagine there being any good news when someone is convicted of animal cruelty. But... More

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