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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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Farmers and food banks

Most of us can agree that the 2013 session of the Kentucky General Assembly ended with a much... More

  • By Tamara Sandberg
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Kentucky pride on display

By Tim capps Contributing columnist Without the Kentucky Derby, we’d probably cancel the... More

  • By Tim Capps/Contributing columnist
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Not so far apart

They have been the sites recently of horrific disasters, but West, Texas, and Dhaka, Bangladesh,... More

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The power of words

Make no mistake about it, words are powerful. Whether spoken or written, their impact is far... More

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Sunday sales

Last year in Kentucky you could not purchase alcohol while the polls were open on an Election... More

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Economic freedom and poverty

Out of the 50 U.S. states and 10 Canadian provinces, Kentucky ranks No. 56 in economic freedom,... More

  • By Stephan Gohmann,
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Cut trees troubling

Juney Arnold was raised a city boy, his family moving to a home on Rolling Acres when he was just... More

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History repeats

A loud boom is heard, and felt, adjacent to a busy street at mid-day in a densely populated area... More

  • By Tim Capps/Contributing columnist
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Loss of local

Before striking out on his own, Roy Peach had only worked for two men. His son, Brad, has only... More

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Life goes on

The leading causes of death in the United States are heart disease, cancer, chronic lower... More

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History repeats

Watching the video of the bombings in Boston Monday — over and over and over again — my thoughts... More

  • By Dan Liebman
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Pay up

There were two important stories in the news over the past week involving Kentucky State... More

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Lesson in equality

Franklin County Public Schools is working on its 2013-14 budget, the staff and board members... More

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