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Big boots

If we’re lucky, all we ever see of firefighters is when we drive by the station and they are... More

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Shaping minds, schools

For 27 years, Rep. Derrick Graham shaped young minds as a social studies teacher at Frankfort... More

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Put raises on pause

Let’s face it, employees always want raises and employers always want to be able to afford... More

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‘Sell until you can sleep’

Henry Louis Mencken — H.L. to his colleagues and to generations of writers — was one of 20th... More

  • By Tim Capps/contributing columnist,
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Hopeful start

When an event or new initiative is announced, there are always speeches, smiles and well wishes... More

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The pension game

In 1968, a year of enormous turmoil in American politics and foreign relations, publisher Random... More

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Big chill

We make and take a lot of phone calls in The State Journal newsroom. Most of the calls are... More

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Life 101 in session

It was a great idea someone at Western Hills High School had, inviting six legal professionals to... More

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Full disclosure

It seems incongruous that an ethics board would suggest the easing of disclosure rules. By... More

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Men, women and war

In one recent pithy comment, a retired U.S. Army officer commented that the change in Department... More

  • By Robert E. Salyer
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A second family at nursing homes

How fitting it is that the beginning of National Nursing Home Week is Mother’s Day, May 12. What... More

  • By Ruby Jo Cummins Lubarsky
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‘Old guard’ comes up roses

The result of the 139th running of the Kentucky Derby May 4 was a win for American Thoroughbred... More

  • By Tim Capps/Contributing columnist
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Deadly neglect

After the accidental shooting last week of a 2-year-old girl by her 5-year-old brother in... More

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