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Today's Opinions

  • Fayette PVA encourages voters to elect Chad Shively

    Chad Shively has implemented more innovative solutions and new technologies, in the shortest period of time, than any PVA I've ever seen.

    I have worked with Chad on many occasions and we regularly attend the same continuing education courses, and I have consistently been impressed with his intelligence, hard work and enthusiasm for the job. I have watched him closely over the past year and have been amazed at what good work he's done and how quickly he learned the job.

  • Resident encourages voters to elect Chad Shively

    In a time when our world seems to be falling apart and our government is straying from God, elections become very important to our society.

    In the 2014 primary, many government offices are being contested. One of those offices is the Taylor County property valuation administrator position.

  • Resident encourages voters to elect Max Wise

    It gives me a great deal of pleasure to encourage Taylor County Republicans to head to the polls on Tuesday, May 20, and vote for my friend, Max Wise, for Kentucky State Senate.

    It has been more than 50 years since Taylor County was represented in Frankfort by a senator from Taylor County. Fortunately, on Tuesday, May 20, 2014, Taylor County Republicans have a unique opportunity to send one of our own to Frankfort.

  • Readers ask voters to support Chad Shively

    In a time when our world seems to be falling apart and our government is straying from God, elections become very important to our society.
    In the 2014 primary, many government offices are being contested. One of those offices is the Taylor County property valuation administrator position.

  • Take pride in Kentucky Derby

    This is a special week to be a Kentuckian. If we didn't get enough attention for our college basketball teams during the recent NCAA tournament, now comes an even bigger stage, another way to shine the spotlight on the Bluegrass State.

  • Taylor County — a great place to live

     

    The giggles were contagious.

    As I waited for the event to start, I saw the children's excitement grow. It was palpable. They had their homemade, home-decorated buckets in tow, ready to hear the adults tell them "go."

  • Help us tell your story

    Today's issue of the Central Kentucky News-Journal is a gift from us to you.

    We at the CKNJ want you, the members of our community, to know that we are dedicated to providing you the news you want and need to read.

    As such, we give our community a free sample of that news every few months. We want you to know what you're missing if you don't subscribe or buy our paper on the newsstand.

    The CKNJ is truly your paper. With a small staff, we can't be everywhere and don't know about everything going on in our community.

  • Find happiness in the small things

    "Daddy! Daddy! Look what I got," the little girl shouted with glee.

    Every child was a winner at The Kid SpOt Center's second annual autism awareness event at Kid Wise Amusement on April 16. When their name was drawn for a door prize, the children rushed to the prize table to choose among several gift baskets overflowing with an assortment of educational toys, craft kits and candy.