Today's Opinions

  • Coupons bring savings back to News


  • Coupons bring savings back to News


  • Letters to the Editor 7-21-11


    ‘Dear leader’ in White House has little business experience

    During these hot summer days, the little people have their Kool-Aid and lemonade stands set up—making and selling and giving change.
    Already these young people, ages 6 to 10, have more business experience than the ‘dear leader’ in the White House.
    Von Hilliard
    Dry Ridge

    Support 4-H at
    Grant County Fair


    Don’t live like pigs
    To some of the residents of Grant County: I am sorry that your mother didn’t teach you any better; but you still don’t have to live like a pig. Please don’t throw trash out of the window of your car.
    John Phillips

    Owen Electric should consider elderly

  • ‘Perfect, authentic, small-town, Americana’

    I thought that I knew this place. When I packed up my bags and came home from Lexington for the summer to be an intern at the Grant County News, I thought I knew what I was doing. I thought that I already knew all of the people and places. I thought I knew it like the back of my hand.

  • Please, take me back to Mayberry

    I don’t know about you, but I’ve had just about enough ‘reality’ TV. What kind of voyeuristic society have we become?

    They say it all started with “Survivor.” We Grant Countians loved watching our own rugged Rodger Bingham, aka Kentucky Joe, maneuver the Australian Outback. After that episode, the shows have become increasingly provocative.


    Coulson offers heartfelt thanks
    Since drawing the winning key on July 11, 2009, which started the car at Grant County Drugs, I have been trying to write this letter. I just couldn’t seem to find the words. Now, I have so many people to thank—I hope the Grant County News will give me the opportunity.

    First, I would like to thank my daughter, Angel Coulson and my husband, Eddie for entering my name. I was 66-years-old this year, this is the first time I have had a car in my name. Thank you.

  • Pool restrictions lifted, safety measures continue

    Many families have been visited by an unwelcome guest this spring and summer: the Shigella bacteria. Between April 1 and June 28, more than 100 cases of Shigella were reported in Northern Kentucky.