A bad day all around

Its not surprising that everyone was running around Friday claiming victory in special Franklin... More

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What I learned this summer

I have been a member of many organizations and groups over the years and recently I joined... More

  • By Virginia G. Fox
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None of this is new or surprising

One month short of the fifth anniversary of 9/11, the United States awakened to news that British... More

  • By Susan Trento and Joseph Trento
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Thanks to Trey Grayson

The News-Enterprise, Elizabethtown Kentucky Republicans owe Secretary of State Trey Grayson a pat... More

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An eye on Brazil

Glasgow Daily Times The United States Senates decision to expand offshore drilling this week... More

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Between AARP and a hard place

I turned 50 last month, and AARP was on me like a stalker. Dear Mr. James P. Hancock, Our records... More

  • By Jay Hancock
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Letters to the Editor

Happy with Oakwood To the Editor: This is in response to the two editorials that ran in the State... More

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A grand new library

You dont have to be enthusiastic about the exterior of the new Paul Sawyier Library Neocolonial... More

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Q&A with Robert Fox

Increasing conflicts in the Middle East have many people wondering just how high gas prices will... More

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A ban on (gasp!) ashtrays

While we arent much impressed with some of the arguments used by opponents of the citys smoking... More

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Iraq demands radical moves

President Bush admitted in late July that the security situation in Baghdad was terrible and... More

  • By Max Boot
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No incumbents can feel safe

WASHINGTON -- The usual political torpor of August was shattered this week by the news that three... More

  • By David S. Broder
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