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Today's Opinions

  • Ask the Expert: Long term care questions

    The best place to start with long term care is to understand all levels of care and where your loved one falls in that category to make a decision for placement. Every individual is different and so are the needs of that person.

    Kentucky has four levels of care. I look at it like a step ladder:

  • Letters to the Editor: Election support

    Support Feeley

    Oldham County has a great opportunity on Nov. 4 to re-elect a judge that has proven himself to be fair, extremely knowledgeable and effective: Family Court Judge Tim Feeley.

    Judge Feeley represents a lifetime of public service. He is a U.S. Army veteran and was elected to the Oldham County School Board, elected to four terms in the Kentucky House of Representatives and most recently, elected Family Court Judge after he was appointed in 2005.

  • Fellowship and friends are more important

    When I was in seminary my parents wrote to me every week. I can’t remember most of what they wrote. Inside the letter would be the latest family news, sports updates and occasionally a dollar or two. Letter writing then and emails now are a wonderful way to communicate with those we love.

  • Ask the Expert: Long term care questions

    The best place to start with long term care is to understand all levels of care and where your loved one falls in that category to make a decision for placement. Every individual is different and so are the needs of that person.

    Kentucky has four levels of care. I look at it like a step ladder:

  • Fellowship and friends are more important

    When I was in seminary my parents wrote to me every week. I can’t remember most of what they wrote. Inside the letter would be the latest family news, sports updates and occasionally a dollar or two. Letter writing then and emails now are a wonderful way to communicate with those we love.

  • Letters to the Editor: Election support

    Support Feeley

    Oldham County has a great opportunity on Nov. 4 to re-elect a judge that has proven himself to be fair, extremely knowledgeable and effective: Family Court Judge Tim Feeley.

    Judge Feeley represents a lifetime of public service. He is a U.S. Army veteran and was elected to the Oldham County School Board, elected to four terms in the Kentucky House of Representatives and most recently, elected Family Court Judge after he was appointed in 2005.

  • Expanding the arts in Oldham County
  • Letters to the Editor Oct. 16

    I wanted to tell others of my experience with Judge Feeley and had intended to do it before any election campaign was going on.