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Bill Bishop at Carmichael's Books
Bill Bishop returned to Kentucky to talk about and sign his new book, "The Big Sort" at Carmichael's Bookstore in Louisville Sunday, July 13th
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Book Review - The Big Sort
Former Lexington Herald reporter Bill Bishop takes on an issue that crept up on the pundits, the pollsters and the pols. While other researchers see the quilt squares, Bishop and his statistician partner, Robert Cushing, see the quilt spreading  over America.
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Top of the World, Ma!
FRANKFORT, KY (July 16, 2008) –Confronted by rising gas prices and citing Kentucky's traditional role as a leading energy producer, Governor Steve Beshear today said now is the time for the state to lead the nation to an era of energy self-sufficiency.
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State Parks to be studied
Kentucky Dam Village Lodge
State Parks to be studied
Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet News Release
Study On Future Of State Park System Planned
 
FRANKFORT, Ky. – Tourism, Arts and Heritage Secretary Marcheta Sparrow has announced that a study of the Kentucky State Parks will be conducted to help plan for the future of the park system.
 
Once the study is complete, a task force appointed by Gov. Steve Beshear will be asked to develop a strategic plan for the park system.
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Governor Giving Half Million to BG Airport
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Gov. Steve Beshear today announced that more than $586,000 in Transportation Enhancement funding will be invested in improvements at Blue Grass Airport in preparation for an event that will draw visitors to Kentucky from around the globe – the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.
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Dana to Lay Off Workers
Dana will lay off 260 workers at its factory in Elizabethtown according to the Courier Journal. Dana makes parts for the Ford F-150 truck.
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