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Today's Opinions

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    It would be a whole lot better if people wouldn’t litter. It would also save our planet. People would get more money too. Just saying, it would really make people happier.
    Brady Montgomery
     

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    My middle school cheerleading squad cleaned up several roadways in Grant County. My group went on a road in Dry Ridge and on a road by Lloyd’s Wildlife. We found a large amount of trash scattered on the roadsides. It was very sad to see and I don’t understand why people cannot use trash cans or the local landfill to get rid of their waste.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    In the city of Dry Ridge, criminals are having a field day. I am co-owner of a recycling center in Dry Ridge. Last month, thieves stole copper wire from our business. On the night they began their escapades, they were stopped by a Williamstown policeman, who discovered the wire in the back of their vehicle. For reasons that have still not been explained to me, the thieves were allowed to return the stolen material and leave without even a citation. In our security camera video, we see the policeman actually showing one of the thieves exactly where our camera is positioned.

  • Veteran information wanted

    The editorial team at the Grant County News works on a lot of special projects, which are above and beyond the normal weekly coverage provided in the Grant County News and Grant County Express.
    We’ve put together special sections that contained a 24/7 look at Grant County which was chock full of photos from a 24-hour period in our community. We’ve also put together specialty sections such as one on the horse community, one on 4-H and an annual one devoted to inside our schools.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    In the “Personally Speaking” section of the Grant County News on Oct. 12, 2010, Linda Lawrence’s column “Hope to see you at the polls” pointed out the obligation and privilege it is for each of us to vote—but we need to be informed. This column needs to be reprinted every election year.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .


    There is an oft repeated mantra by liberal progressives that the rich need to pay their “fair share.” I agree. A fair share suggests equal portions to all, regardless of circumstance. Our current tax code is progressive. The more you make, you are progressively taxed at a higher rate. There is nothing fair about that.

  • A WORD FROM OUR READERS . . .

    Regarding James Zadroga’s 9/11 Health and Compensation Act and the lack of cancer coverage, the lack of providing cancer coverage to the first responders seems a glaring oversight to the intent of the bill.
    “To date, 75 recovery workers at ground zero have been diagnosed with blood cell cancers that a half-dozen top doctors and epidemiologists have confirmed as having been likely caused by that exposure.” This is a quote from the Village Voice from 2006.

  • Bullseye: My first try at a shooting range

    I have never been one to play with toy guns or even shoot a real gun.
    That was until I went to my friend, Kyle Swadener’s bachelor party on Sept. 24.
    The original plan was for us to go shoot paintballs, but just a week before the party, I found out we were going to a shooting range.
    I was a little nervous about shooting a gun, because that is not my kind of thing. I had never held a real gun until I was in front of the shooting target that day.