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Showing 7 articles from May 29, 2008.

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GOLD for Trigg County - New Sr. Cit. Ctr.
Gov. Steve Beshear, in conjunction with the Governor’s Office for Local Development (GOLD), has announced the approval of a $500,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for the construction of a new Trigg County Senior Citizen Center.
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LaCenter to Get New Health Department
Gov. Steve Beshear, in conjunction with the Governor’s Office for Local Development (GOLD), has announced the approval of a $500,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for the construction of a new health department in the city of LaCenter in Ballard County.
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Four Water Districts to Merge in Graves County
The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) today approved the merger of four water districts into the new Graves County Water District. The new district will combine the Consumers, South Graves, Fancy Farm and Hardeman water districts into a single utility with about 3,100 water customers and slightly more than 200 sewer customers.
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Politics & Government

Special Session in June?
It just doesn't seem like summer without a special legislative session!

 UPDATE:  Governor has submitted a plan according to Pol Watchers that can save state, local government money.
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2008 Senate District 1 - Hubbard vs. Johnson
Carroll Hubbard won handily over Rick Johnson. Hubbard took 56% of the votes cast. Democratic turn out was a respectable 41%.  Here's a county by county look at the First District Senate Democratic primary.
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A Tale of Two Elections - 2004 and 2008 in Senate District One
In the 2008 November general election, the candidates are again from Calloway and Graves Counties. The dynamics on the national and state levels are vastly different from the last election.

The Democrats are raising more money than the GOP. Mitch McConnell is trailing in a poll behind challenger Bruce Lunsford and there is no incumbent in the White House. What will this mean for Carroll Hubbard and Ken Winters?
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Winters vs. Null - The 2004 Race for Senate 1#
Ken Winters defeated Dennis Null in a close election in the seven counties of Senate District One. Expect another close one in November 2008. Here's the county by county breakdown of the 2004 race that Winters won by fewer than 1500 votes.
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