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Today's Opinions

  • A Word From Our Readers ...

    I have known Brian Linder for several years and for the last couple of weeks I have been able to help him with his campaign for magistrate. That has been an experience that is out of this world. I’m a political science student at Northern Kentucky University and the experience I have gotten from this has been that of which can’t be matched.

  • A Word From Our Readers ...

    I’m writing this letter as an endorsement for Brian Linder of Dry Ridge, who is a candidate for one of our local magistrate races.

  • A Word From Our Readers ...

    Harvey Perleberg has my vote for jailer on Nov. 2. I know he has the ability and knowledge to lead the jail in the right direction and he has twice the experience of his opponent.

    Perleberg is a World War II historian. His father was a waist gunner on a B-17, who went on 36 missions over Europe. When a B-17 came to Lunken Airport, he took his father to see it. When he asked his father what he thought of it, his dad answered, “Well, I remember it being a whole lot bigger.”

  • A Word From Our Readers ...

    My name is John Waltz and I am running for Congress because I share the frustration and anger that so many other people are feeling this year.  Our government is not functional and I am tired of watching those who are supposed to represent us play their own political games.  

  • A Word From Our Readers ...

    I write in support of Wanda Crupper Hammons for Magistrate, 2nd District, in Grant County.  Wanda Crupper Hammons, a life-long resident of Grant County,  is honest and hard-working, part-time employee of the Dry Ridge Fire Department.  Wanda is certified in multiple roles in emergency services and has served in that role for 12 years.  Wanda Crupper Hammons also has a backround in administraion having been previously employed for 15 years of the Grant County Board of Education in budgeting and human resources.

  • A Word From Our Readers ...

    Brian Linder is presently magistrate for Dry Ridge, District 2. He is a Grant County native and has  remained here all his life. I have known him since he was born.

    I have always found him to be honest, truthful, hardworking and to have used integrity in all of his actions. He has worked hard for the citizens of this county and has sacrificed money and time to be a magistrate, so that he can make a positive difference in our government.

  • A Word From Our Readers ...

    I would like to publicly thank Judge Executive Darrell Link for his prompt attention regarding an accident I had in March of this year.

  • A Word From Our Readers ...

    In the state of Kentucky, it is the job of the magistrate to oversee the spending of our tax dollars.  Read that again and let it sink in.

    Brian Linder is the person for this job. His experience alone speaks for itself. His daily job for the Owen County RECC is to save us money.  Not for a big company, but for us. Right now, money is hard to come by, and even harder to keep, yet government spending seems to be at an all time high!  Why do I have to stay within my budget, when the government doesn’t have to?