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
4 hours ago by Jeff Moreland.
Recently, the Advocate reported a local, private Christian school sued Governor Beshear so they may hold in-person classes. The basis of the lawsuit claims Beshear ... Read more
20 hours ago by Letters to the Editor.
With all of the turmoil of the pandemic and this year’s elections, it is important for Congress to help small businesses by quickly passing S.3612 ... Read more
2 days ago by Advocate-Messenger.
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 days ago by Jeff Moreland.
ElectionsAmerican elections are overwhelmingly safe and secure. Not one shred of concrete proof has been offered to substantiate allegations of balloting wrongdoing. Yes, one PA ... Read more
3 days ago by Letters to the Editor.
COVID-19 is rampant throughout our country. Instead of making any effort to control the spread, Trump is spending his time trying to delegitimize the election ... Read more
7 days ago by Letters to the Editor.
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
1 week ago by Jeff Moreland.
Consider these two stories. A man shows up at a local hotel, asking for a room for the night. When asked to pay, he has ... Read more
1 week ago by Special to The Advocate-Messenger.
An Advocate-Messenger news report published online and in the print editions contains a statement by Danville City Attorney Stephen Dexter that is grossly inaccurate. In ... Read more
1 week ago by Letters to the Editor.
A lot has changed in the newspaper business, especially in the past year since the arrival of COVID-19. Although some things have changed in the ... Read more