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Today's Opinions

  • Reader urges vote for “only solution”

    To my Trimble County Community:
    Many of you may know me, many of you may not. As I write this letter I’m pulled in many different directions but only have a few words to express those. I write to you today about the Nickel Tax. This issue has become a very polarizing issue in our community.
    I know people who no longer speak over something as trivial as $74 per year. I didn’t pull this number from a hat, that’s my increase if the Nickel Tax is passed.

  • “Tear down and build completely new?”

    Editor:

  • Reader supports tax

    Editor:
    History fascinates me. The names involved may change but HISTORY repeats itself. John Arbuthnot Fisher (Jackie) is not a name remembered by many. It should be - as an example. Almost singlehandedly he pushed Britain in 1900 to 1910 from the age of sail, muzzle- loading cannon and wooden ships to the era of steel-hulled, dreadnought battleships, turbine engines, and breech-loading guns. But most importantly he established a new school, an educational facility necessary to teach the practical application of all aspects of seamanship, navigation, and engineering.

  • Tax dollars will pay for recall election

    To Editor and the People of Trimble County:
    It seems that Steve Miracle and the Trimble County Board of Education are going to opt for a special election to vote on the nickel tax. They are good at saying folks should be well informed. We agree.
    The nickel tax was voted down this past November.
    The special election will cost between an estimated 20-25,000 dollars. (The school board is responsible for paying this cost. They will use your tax dollars already paid for this cost.)

  • Reader urges vote for the nickel tax Tuesday

    Editor:
    On June 13, we have the opportunity to vote for the Nickel Tax in the special election. We can step up and be the heroes the children of our community deserve by joining other strong communities who recognize the wisdom of investing more to support their schools.

  • Brief explanation of firearms legislation

    The Second Amendment is in the news a lot these days. It should be. It’s an important part of our nation’s history.
    The right to bear arms meant self-preservation to colonial Americans who fought off a monarchy to build a democratic republic based on freedom and prosperity. Firearms kept harm at bay and put food on the table. They also allowed the colonies to build a militia in the interest of American independence – a legacy that the organized militia of the state National Guard carries with it today.

  • For the time being

    By Michael Jinkins
    Special to The Trimble Banner

  • Hornback salutes state’s sportsmen and women for aiding fish, wildlife management

    As Co-Chair of the Kentucky Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus, I find it fitting to take a moment to extend an enormous debt of gratitude to our hunters and anglers. The critical contributions that these sportsmen and women make to our economy and professional fish and wildlife management in the Bluegrass State ensure that we will enjoy access to our hunting and angling traditions now and into the future.