RONNIE ELLIS: Tompkinsville, here we come!
Weekly political column from CNHI statehouse reporter Ronnie Ellis.
07/13/2014 — Lee Ward: Doing civic duty pays off in many other ways
Being called to serve jury duty was a mix of emotions.
Mark Maynard: Ashland lights up N.C. man: 07/10/14
Roger Thomas moved away from Ashland in 1963 and today lives in Pinehurst, N.C., but he keeps up with the city where he was raised through newspaper clippings from an old friend who still lives here.
John Cannon: Fewer and fewer farm the land: 7/9/14
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says land devoted to farming in Kentucky has drastically decreased in recent years.
Lee Ward: Sorghum's star rising as Southern foods gain popularity: 7/8/14
Trends in food are fun to watch, especially when those trends are good for our area.
PAUL CHITWOOD: Ruling on same-sex marriage defies state constitution
News that U.S. District Judge John G. Heyburn once again usurped the will of Kentucky voters is tragic and disappointing. By declaring gay marriage legal in the commonwealth, Heyburn defied the essential, foundational governing document that ensures order and justice, the Constitution of Kentucky.
What are we teaching children?
It is in the nature of children to want to please their parents, grandparents, and to a lesser degree even other adults who are not related to them.
TIM PRESTON: Freaky fast, bad words and good lunches
Some day, I will have all the time I need to write this column. Not this week, but someday.
Lee Ward: Unique ways to deal with calls you don’t want to take: 7/6/14
Whatever job you do, as long as it’s legal, you should be respected.
Coupons worth clipping; shopping tips
We’re seeing some higher value coupons from Procter and Gamble this week.
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