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Today's Opinions

  • WHAT WE THINK: Kentucky Wired will bring commonwealth into 21st Century

    For a state that has continued to struggle to provide reliable high-speed Internet connectivity to its rural residents and better than national average speed to its metro residents, good news is on the horizon.

    Last month the state launched construction of Kentucky Wired, a high-speed Internet network that will bring lightning-fast broadband to almost every Kentuckian.

    The three-year project is starting in Eastern Kentucky and is scheduled to be finished in fall of 2018.

  • WE CONGRATULATE: Farm tour shows introduces our good neighbors

    The Shelby County Cooperative Extension Office completed its third annual Good Neighbors Farm Tour on Saturday, treating those that attended to demonstrations and explanations at some of our best agricultural sites.

    On display were dairy and beef cattle, Icelandic and Rocky Mountain horses, orchards, sheep, alpacas, hens, maple syrup and blueberry productions and more corn and soybeans than you can imagine.

  • WE CONGRATULATE: Farm tour shows introduces our good neighbors

    The Shelby County Cooperative Extension Office completed its third annual Good Neighbors Farm Tour on Saturday, treating those that attended to demonstrations and explanations at some of our best agricultural sites.

    On display were dairy and beef cattle, Icelandic and Rocky Mountain horses, orchards, sheep, alpacas, hens, maple syrup and blueberry productions and more corn and soybeans than you can imagine.

  • Letters to the Editor, Sept. 23, 2015

    Shame on Clear Creek Parks

    My son does not play for a soccer team anymore. However, he and his friends do enjoy going out to the park to play soccer games of their own on fields at the park that are empty at the time.

  • Letters to the Editor, Sept. 23, 2015

    Shame on Clear Creek Parks

    My son does not play for a soccer team anymore. However, he and his friends do enjoy going out to the park to play soccer games of their own on fields at the park that are empty at the time.

  • LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: Food and Farm Freedom – Open markets to small farms and producers

    In 2011, federal agents launched a sting operation on an Amish farmer. Prof. Baylen J. Linnekin provides details of the raid:

    “Federal agents watched the home closely for a year, gathering evidence. Then, in a pre-dawn raid, armed members from three agencies swooped in.

  • WHAT WE THINK: SCPS drug-testing program will help students make the right decisions

    As Shelby County Public Schools adapts and changes for the future, we are seeing many changes.

    The district is constantly revamping and updating items to better equip our students with the tools they will need to be successful in an ever-changing world.

    Next week the district will deliver new computers for freshman through seniors at Collins and Shelby County high schools, along with students at Cropper.

    This new initiative will help our students learn to use technology as it is further integrated into the curriculum through each of the courses.

  • WHAT WE THINK: SCPS drug-testing program will help students make the right decisions

    As Shelby County Public Schools adapts and changes for the future, we are seeing many changes.

    The district is constantly revamping and updating items to better equip our students with the tools they will need to be successful in an ever-changing world.

    Next week the district will deliver new computers for freshman through seniors at Collins and Shelby County high schools, along with students at Cropper.

    This new initiative will help our students learn to use technology as it is further integrated into the curriculum through each of the courses.