As a parent, I know that means no more after-school commitments, late-night homework fights and parent-teacher conferences until the fall.
Time for a new Point of View feature called, "How Clueless Do You Have to Be?"
One promising idea during Kentucky’s recent legislative session was a change in the state’s sales tax law.
It's time for some more darts and laurels. A laurel to the University of Louisville and former Athletic Director Tom Jurich for settling their dispute out of court.
Most of us take for granted our gifts of hearing and speaking. Hearing loss and speech-language disorders can significantly impact a child's development and progress.
Gov. Matt Bevin and I often disagree. But I do appreciate his efforts to fix Kentucky's broken pension system.
Sometimes we stand so close to the trees we fail to appreciate the forest.
While the process was difficult at times, legislators tackled tough issues like the state's pension system, to help stop the bleeding at a time when Kentucky taxpayers are facing $60 billion in unfunded pension liabilities.
As they said in the old Broadway musical, "You gotta know the territory." Tori Murdin did. Susan Donovan didn't.
So, the management audit of Jefferson County’s Public School system is finally over. And, as many had feared, it recommends that JCPS be placed under state control.
To make an analogy, if our bodies were in the same condition as the streets we use to get around downtown, we'd all be dead before Derby.
Since we've known for over a year that significant tax reform and a new budget would be the most important goals of 2018's Kentucky legislature, most would assume that months of preliminary work would precede the actual session.