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Today's Opinions

  • Toads are an indicator species

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    arlier this season, as we worked on prepping and planting, we were curious about all the small holes we saw in the ground around the vegetable garden.  

    Then it occurred to me one day when I saw several toads about that these were toad holes!  

  • What’s happening at the Grant County Library?

     

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    New entrance into the library will go into effect next week. 

  • Remembering Dorothy Kennedy

     

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  • Digging, dividing daffodils

     

  • Andy Beshear’s lawsuit threatens future of Kentucky teachers’ pensions

     

    Attorney General Andy Beshear is getting plenty of practice for his next campaign as he travels across the Commonwealth to spread fear and misinformation about the new pension reform bill (SB 151), designed to save Kentucky’s public pension system.

    His most dangerous lies are those of omission. AG Beshear doesn’t want Kentuckians to know about the positive things SB 151 does to help ensure public pensions remain viable. For example:

  • Not every buzz threatens a sting

     

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  • It’s now our time to be the teachers

     

    Principal Brandy Feagan, Superintendent Misty Middleton, Board of Education, faculty, staff, parents, family, friends, and class of 2018, I appreciate the honor of speaking to you this evening. 

  • Happiness is the key to living life successfully

     

    Family and friends, members of the administration, distinguished guests, my fellow graduates. We are fortunate to be a part of such a timeless tradition as this. 

    Let me begin by expressing my gratitude to the administration for bestowing my fellow valedictorians and me with this high honor.

    As we gather on this splendid, spring evening, we commemorate our thirteen very short years of K-12.