• Economy and ecology must go hand in hand

    By Kris O’Daniel

    We are in a century of unpredictable – except for one. Disasters. Economy and ecology go hand in hand.

  • We want the hero to win

    By Pat and Alecia Ford

    Pat and I spent the week talking about “what ifs.”

    We reminisced about holding hands, summer ballgames, meetings over coffee, hugs among friends. What if the days of things being that easy are over?

    Then the phone rang, and Pat learned that his sister in Kansas had died in Hospice, 48 years young. The “what if” of that situation had immediately became “what now?”

  • Kentucky General Assembly’s 2020 session wraps up

    The historic 2020 session of the Kentucky General Assembly came to a conclusion this past Wednesday. It is a session that will not soon be forgotten due to the unprecedented impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. I am proud of the General Assembly for remaining persistent and fulfilling our obligations to the people who have entrusted us to be policymakers. I am even more proud and grateful to the incredible staff who allowed it all to happen all while meeting the safety precautions recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 

  • Are we invincible?

    By Patrick and Alecia Ford

    Oh NO. I think I’m starting to care about other people.

    That is so Pat’s department! He is Mr. Smiling Facebook Photos, king of the group selfie, the one who adds #celebratethelittlethings to all of his happy moments.

    I leave it to him to connect with people, so that I can keep my head down, buried in graphs, long-winded articles and (sometimes) dry historical books. When did I look up? Better yet, why?!

  • We will pull through this

    I hope everyone remains healthy and safe as we all continue to work together, doing our part to get through the COVID-19 pandemic. There is little news to report to you this week for my legislative update. But, as your State Senator, I feel that it is important that I continue to communicate with you and make sure you are aware of important updates, and those things to come regarding the final days of the 2020 legislative session of the Kentucky General Assembly. 

  • Let’s all be counted

    By Chad Kinsella

    During this difficult time, many people are looking for ways to help. Perhaps one of these easiest ways to impact our community right now is to complete the 2020 Census. A few minutes of your time will ensure that our community receives proper funding from the federal government, that we are represented properly at every level of government, and that research on our community is accurate for the next decade.

  • General Assembly pulls together to pass a state budget

    The 2020 Session of the Kentucky General Assembly will be remembered as one of the most unprecedented in Kentucky history. This comes as no surprise as the world, nation, and our Commonwealth are still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Though it has been difficult for everyone, I am happy to see Kentuckians pulling together like never before.

  • Legislature passes budget in anticipation of COVID-19 impact on state revenue

    By State Rep. Brandon Reed

    Members of the Kentucky House and Senate met in Frankfort this week to finalize work on several budget bills, including a one-year budget that guides the state’s spending for the fiscal year beginning on July 1. Traditionally, the legislature will pass a two-year budget. Still, with the uncertainties of the state’s economy, due to COVID-19, we opted for a one-year budget, which will require us to pass another one-year budget during the session next year.

  • Essential for our communities

    By Peter Baniak, Kentucky Press Association past president

    When Kentucky’s first cluster of COVID-19 cases emerged in rural Harrison County, The Cynthiana Democrat newspaper took immediate action to help keep its community informed. The weekly paper, which has two reporters, published a special section with essential information on the novel coronavirus and sent it out to every household in the county.

    “Don’t Panic,” said the banner headline. “But instead be prepared.”

  • Do your part: Take the coronavirus seriously

    Who would have thought that, a month ago, we would be in the situation we’re in?

    Schools closed.

    Sporting events cancelled.

    So many businesses forced to change the way they do things, unsure if they will survive.

    Life as we know it uprooted.

    Who would have thought this all would have happened?


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