Opinion

Protect journalists and activists from vindictive lawsuits; then there are also public records

By Jim Waters It’s one thing for government agencies to deny open records requests from the press or public. It’s quite another for those entities ... Read more

1 month ago by The Interior Journal.

Colorectal cancer; Save a life with early screening

By Dan McKay President/CEO, Ephraim McDowell Health March is National Colorectal Cancer Month. With over 100,000 new cases every year, colorectal cancer is the second ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

Boundaries for leaders

By DR. TODD GRAY, Kentucky Baptist Convention Have you ever had a week when you wanted to talk to the person who packed your schedule ... Read more

2 months ago by Kentucky Today.

Put a little more thought into it

Dear Dave, I don’t like admitting this, but I absolutely hate my job. Last year I almost cashed out part of my 401(k) to start ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

Kentucky legislators should not embrace pharmaceutical manufacturer “kickback” system

Big Pharma rang in 2021 by hiking prices on a whopping 800 drugs by an average of nearly 5 percent.  These additional costs far outpace ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

Girdler provides legislative update

Following the General Assembly’s constitutionally required recess during a 30-day session, lawmakers returned to Frankfort on Tuesday, Feb. 2, to begin the second portion of ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

$15 Minimum Wage — Point-Counterpoint

Point: A $15 an Hour Minimum Wage Is a Start By Dean Baker President Biden has proposed raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

Tips for a healthy heart, both this year & next

As I sat down to write this month’s column, I asked myself one question – why is it important to celebrate American Heart Month? Sure, ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

Historical horse racing ensures Kentucky’s signature industry’s future

Kentucky’s horse racing industry leads competing states in virtually every metric thanks, in large part, to the success of historical horse racing (HHR) over the ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

DEAR ABBY: Assistant works their way up only to be sidelined by boss

DEAR ABBY: When my boss hired me as an assistant four years ago, she specifically told me my job was to do whatever the person ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

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