en Mountaintop or resurrection disciple? <p class="p1"> And we can prove it <p> These days, news is everywhere. You can get what happened, a response to what happened, a response from the other side of the aisle, a counter-response to both of those responses and whatever else you want about what&rsquo;s happening in Washington D.C.</p> Is it time for you to make a decision? <p class="p1"> An inexpensive get-away not too far away <p> By Kim Buckler</p> <p> Did you know that Oldham County hosts thousands of traveling tourists each year? We entertain more than 10,000 tourists in just seven months of the year on our farm tours alone! That&rsquo;s a lot of people who actually plan to visit Oldham County!</p> Letter to the Editor - June 22, 2017 <p class="p1"> <span class="s1"><b>Crusade for Children a record-setting success</b></span></p> <p class="p2"> <span class="s2">The South Oldham Fire Department and Auxiliary turned in over $53,700 at the Crusade for Children telethon on Sunday, June 4.&nbsp; The record-breaking total surpassed last year&rsquo;s previously record-setting total of $49,000.</span></p> Is your cup half full or overflowing? <p class="p1"> <span class="s1">I never realized there could be so many answers to the question, &ldquo;When you look at a cup do you see that it is half full or half empty?&rdquo;&nbsp;</span></p> Protecting Kentucky’s economy <p> By Mitch McConnell</p> <p> For the past eight years, the people of Kentucky endured an economy that failed to live up to its potential. Kentuckians wanted growth, jobs and improved wages, but the Obama Administration responded with a highly regressive regulatory rampage that hurt the economy and empowered Washington bureaucrats.</p> Letter to the Editor - June 15, 2017 <p class="p1"> <span class="s1"><b>Thank you to road department</b></span></p> <p class="p2"> <span class="s2">I would like to thank both the Oldham County and state road departments for being so prompt in responding to our needs in Goshen.&nbsp;</span></p>