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Today's Opinions

  • 24 and older than Santa

    Apparently I’m a year older than Santa.

    At least, that’s what a 5-year-old implied when during an interview, I asked how old a group of kindergartners thought Santa was. One little boy said 23. Who knew? I sure didn’t. But I have to say, even though I’m older than Santa, I feel pretty good for my age.

  • Letters to the Editor

     

    Hunter calls editorial cartoon a 'cheap shot'

    To the editor:

     

  • It’s a blog-gone shame

    We first told you about The Oldham Era’s news blog in the Nov. 13 edition, and since then, I’ve appreciated the community’s response. 

    The site has many functions we don’t currently offer at OldhamEra.com, a Web site created by our parent company, Landmark Community Newspapers Inc., based in Shelbyville. 

  • How well do you know Ky.?

    How well do you know the state of Kentucky?

    Maybe you can name the county seat of Clark, but do you know who scored the first field goal for University of Kentucky basketball coach Adolph Rupp? Maybe not. Try your hand and the questions below. 

    QUESTIONS

  • Letters to the Editor

    It is a wonderful life

    To the editor:

    Friday the  fifth was Light up LaGrange...

    It had a theme and I thought that was strange.

  • A Ky. Colonel is more than just a certificate

    A framed certificate hangs on my office wall declaring “The Honorable Don White is commissioned a Kentucky Colonel.” Prior to Nov. 24, I’d never taken the honor seriously.

    Maybe it had something to do with the fact I’d been commissioned a Colonel by at least three Kentucky governors prior to the latest from former Gov. Ernie Fletcher.

  • A $1.5 billion Election is obscene

    We just witnessed our first billion-dollar election, what a waste. Those of you who gave money to the presidential race, you threw your money away.

  • Discover Main Street and more

    “Growth demands a temporary surrender of security.” Gail Sheehy

    While online, I read that quote and it made me really stop and reflect on the meaning of those words. In these difficult times we are living, reading those words made me stop and realize that hard times give us the opportunity to grow.