Last week was one of the most defining moments of my life. And no, I did not get married or have a child. I graduated from college.
Generations fundraiser a hit
There is a growing problem in Clark County and nationally: AARP reports that medical and nursing services are being provided in the homes of...
My last comments about dropouts included the reasons for students leaving school and listed academic failure as one significant factor....
Sequestration. It’s an ugly word made even more odious by recent actions of our elected Congressmen (and Congresswomen), most of...
Winchester has plenty to offer
Thank you so much
Have you been downtown lately?
Local farmers committed to preservation
Upon reading about the legislators changing the age that students may leave school from 16 to 18, several memories came to mind because I...
Fighting against the pill mill bill
To the Editor,
There is much debate about the recent change of heart of Ohio Senator Rob Portman since he has publicly declared that he now is no longer...
It is likely that every community in this country deals with the issue of dilapidated and abandoned buildings. Those communities have...
By the time you read this, House Bill 310 may already be law in Kentucky.
Now that a local special interest group has been successful in securing a reversal of the 2010 vote establishing a commissioner system for...
Downtown Winchester is a sad shadow of what it was in the 1940s and 50s.
There was a sad spectacle at the Jan. 8 meeting of the Winchester-Clark County Planning and Zoning Commission.
In case no one has noticed, there was no public forum in 2012 to discuss some of the problems confronting Winchester and Clark County.
Who is responsible for a school’s protection?
Remember reason for season
Let vets protect schools
This is a story about a few Marines. Well, technically they aren't Marines any longer, but they consider themselves a part of that proud...
School location complicates busing