Three cheers for Gov. Steve Beshear!
We admire Gov. Steve Beshear for his political courage at times and this is one of those occasions when he made the hard but correct choice.
Political season need not be litter season
Dozens of candidates are running for office in Rowan County this year and the May primary campaign has given birth to what seems like thousands of roadside signs.
Governor should save KCTCS projects
Gov. Steve Beshear has the opportunity to correct a serious error of judgment that threatens to handicap the future of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS), including the Rowan Campus of Maysville Community and Technical College.
Numbers say stop fussin’ and start fixin’!
We’ve said it before and now we’re saying it again. It is long past time for Republicans like U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell to stop complaining about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and start working with the other party to fix the pieces of the massive law that need fixing.
Benching Rupp Arena project a mistake
Folks who believe that college basketball is more important than anything else in Kentucky apparently don’t serve in the State Senate.
‘A lie that is a half-truth is darkest of all lies’
You can bet that Alford Lord Tennyson, the poet laureate of Great Britain, was not referring to college basketball coaches when he wrote those words so long ago. But his quote seems to fit what has happened to Coach Steve Masiello since it was revealed he had lied about holding a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky.
Snow days decision can wait no longer
Hopefully, this editorial will be moot by the time you read it in Tuesday’s issue of this newspaper.
Judge OK to hold same sex marriage ruling
We applaud the federal judge who overturned Kentucky’s constitutional amendment on the definition of marriage this week for ordering an indefinite delay in implementing his historic decision.
Are some legislators smarter than experts?
Ready - shoot - aim. No good deed goes unpunished. There’s the right way, the wrong way and the Frankfort way.
Paul must not be allowed to hedge his bets
We’ve been writing positive things of late about Kentucky’s junior U.S. senator. Dr. Rand Paul, eye surgeon turned politician, has become more effective in the U.S. Senate each year since taking office after the 2010 elections.
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