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Opinion

Beshear needs help with preventive pandemic messages

It’s rare for a high-ranking official to seek advice publicly, but that’s exactly what Gov. Andy Beshear did Wednesday at his daily coronavirus briefing, seemingly ... Read more

1 month ago by The Interior Journal.

New legislation seeks to create “Recovery Ready” communities

Kentucky’s addiction crisis is too substantial and far-reaching for any single legislator, organization, or government agency to tackle alone. It’s a sentiment we’ve said and ... Read more

1 month ago by The Interior Journal.

COVID impacts mother and child

Millions of mothers drop out of workforce to provide at-home learning, lowest female workforce in 32 years As of October, more than two million women ... Read more

1 month ago by The Interior Journal.

An open letter to Congress

With all of the turmoil of the pandemic and this year’s elections, it is important for Congress to help small business by quickly passing S.3612 ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

Some context on the COVID-19 epidemic in Kentucky

by Paul Coomes and Ken Troske The public is understandably alarmed by the Covid-19 pandemic we have endured since February. All of us know someone ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

Beshear letting Kentuckians gamble with their lives

Casinos are not essential. Some will tell you Kentucky doesn’t have casinos, at least not in the traditional sense. But we do have gaming at ... Read more

2 months ago by Jeff Moreland.

Our offices will be closed, but we’re still here to serve you

Much like the rest of the state, in March, we closed our offices and sent our staff to work from home. For two months, our ... Read more

2 months ago by Jeff Moreland.

Alcohol sales not necessarily a bad thing

The votes have been counted, and alcohol sales will be coming to Stanford. Some folks are happy to hear this news, while others are not. ... Read more

2 months ago by Jeff Moreland.

Fight against drug addiction must include help from criminal justice system

At a moment when many people are finding it difficult to see eye-to-eye with their fellow Kentuckians, there’s one thing we all can agree on: ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

Amendment 2 on the ballot has a hidden agenda, but it’s a good one

By AL CROSS As our tumultuous, pandemic-extended election consumes the country, this space takes a breath to offer a closer look at something important on ... Read more

3 months ago by The Interior Journal.

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