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Today's Opinions

  • Elected leaders must take steps to help bring more job options

        There are many, many intelligent people in the United States.

        There are many more intelligent people who have powers that the person behind this computer would never possess.

        But with unemployment still averaging around 10 percent in Kentucky, and higher in many others, it is time for someone in Washington to look at the big picture.

        Jobs.

        People need jobs. Jobs make the world and the economy go around.

  • Plate of change is full but how hungry are we?

        So, now what do we do since the election is over?

        We roll up our sleeves and get to work.

        While the number of issues discussed during any political season are often masked by the negative advertising, there are definitely platform items to be addressed at all levels of government.

        After we spend a few days getting all the political sign-ups picked up - those who leave signs for weeks, months and years should be fined - then it is time to practice what the winners have been preaching.

  • HOLIDAYS: NOVEMBER 2010

    NOVEMBER 2010

     

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  • HOLIDAYS: OCTOBER 2010

    OCTOBER 2010

    MONTH:

    Adopt-A-Shelter Dog

    Animal Safety and Protection

    Antidepressant Death Awareness

    Apple

    Bake and Decorate

    Breast Cancer Awareness

    Caffeine Addiction Recovery

    Celebrating the Bilingual Child

    Celiac Disease Awareness

    Children's Magazine

    Chili

    Chiropractic

    Church Library

    Class Reunion

    Co-op Awareness

    Crime Prevention

    Cyber Security Awareness

    Cut Out Dissection

  • COYLE'S CORNER
  • COYLE'S CORNER
  • COYLE'S CORNER
  • BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU HOT TOPICS: September 2010

    BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU HOT TOPICS - SEPTEMBER 2010

    1. The Grandparent Scam preys on the emotions of seniors who believe a grandchild is in trouble. A local grandparent lost $12,000 when scam artists contacted her, posing as her grandchild in distress seeking money for a supposed arrest in Haiti. If faced with such a call, indicating an emergency situation, BBB advises seniors to verify the identity of the individual, check-out the story with other family members, and be wary of any requests to wire money.