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Let’s clean out the notebook ... These have been strange times indeed. At the same time we were preparing for a hurricane, I was also in constant discussions about the county’s financial … more
I can’t watch college football with my nephews anymore. It’s much too risky. It’s my own fault. When they were still young and impressionable, I had an opportunity to mentor them. I could have helped them understand how to watch football games … more
Local attorneys, Pat Nelson, Bob Bryan and Gina Cross of Nelson Bryan and Cross, sponsor this weekly column. more
When the director of the Hopkinsville-Christian County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau received an email 10 years ago about a total solar eclipse coming to her small Kentucky town, she thought someone was playing a practical joke. A quick … more
Alright, now it is my turn to say something. As you might have read in this paper, the Walker County Commission didn’t like the coverage of an interview I had Clinton Carter, the state finance director. We were told Carter didn’t like it, … more
Several readers have mentioned to me in recent days that my lack of a column over the last two weeks was a bit of a disappointment for them. Jerome Wassmann, a former publisher of the Daily Mountain Eagle, was one of the people who mentioned my … more
“In 1787, the framers set out a young nation’s highest ideals. And we’ve been fighting over them ever since.” That is how the Washington Post introduced its new podcast, “Constitutional.” Last year, the Post tackled the American … more
Let’s clean out the notebook ... •You can say that it is early, nine months, before the June 5 primaries. Maybe in the old days, but not anymore. Fundraising can go on now, and it takes money … more
There are three kinds of people in this world — those who are good with numbers, and those who aren’t. I’m glad the ones who are good with numbers decided to figure out when to expect solar eclipses. It was kind of them to let the … more
As a boy, Jonathan Daniels dreamed of being a knight in shining armor. Over time, his father, a physician and World War II veteran, showed him that not all heroes are swashbucklers. In fact, most of them lead ordinary lives, serving their fellow … more
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