Killian right on target with recent editorials
Becky Killian’s editorials published March 15 and 22 (“Numbers are black and white” and “Hate, fear an easy sell for some”) have been right on target.
Vote for a better sheriff in Whitley County
I have been listening to Whitley County Sheriff Colan Harrell lecturing on the radio lately. He is advertising what an excellent sheriff he has been. He states that he has made more than 12,000 calls in three years and has made many arrests.
Adam Edelen’s Leadership by Example
We are blessed with the presence of inspiring leaders who bring people together to make remarkable achievements. Sadly we also observe leaders whose obsession is self-gratification.
Are there opportunities for you to participate in Promise Zone work?
My definition of development in Eastern Kentucky would have to start with people — our human capital.
Books To Kids program changes office location
The Books To Kids program has moved its Williamsburg office from Main Street to the Mackey Avenue Housing Authority Community Center on Mackey Avenue.
Readers give thanks for Knox Co. Sheriff’s Dept.
On Feb. 2, Knox County Sheriff’s deputies Derrick Eubanks and Claude Hudson responded to a theft report in the Girdler community. Both deputies displayed personal courage and professionalism reflecting great credit upon Sheriff John Pickard’s department.
Public servants showed superb statesmanship
On Monday, Feb. 17, Sen. Mitch McConnell, Sen. Rand Paul and the state secretary of agriculture were in London at Wildcat Harley-Davidson.
Congress is responsible for federal spending
On Feb. 24, my friend, Mr. Bob Terrell, wrote an editorial to the Times-Tribune titled “History Lesson for McConnell.”
History 101 for Mitch McConnell
Sen. Mitch McConnell claims to be the great reducer of government spending. So, Mitch, who was the last Republican president to balance the budget? It was our great President Eisenhower 54 years ago in 1960. He balanced the budget once in eight years.
Swim meet director shows appreciation
The KHSAA Region 5 High School Swimming Championship was held at the Stivers Wellness & Aquatic Center last weekend.
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