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GOVERNOR PLEDGES TO FINISH HIGHWAY 80
The sun breaks through over the Lake for Calloway County as the Governor agrees to complete KY 80
GOVERNOR PLEDGES TO FINISH HIGHWAY 80
Speaking to a full house Friday night, the Governor committed to finishing KY Highway 80 as a four lane road. He also committed to finishing work on the bridges over the Kentucky River. The current bridge is a heavily traveled narrow two lane that has seen more than its share of accidents.
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Rose honored with educational leadership award
Rose honored with educational leadership award
Dr. Jack Rose, currently a professor and a former dean of the college of education at Murray State University, is the recipient of the Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) 2008 William T. Nallia Award. KASA presented the award to Rose on July 17, at its 39th Annual Conference in Louisville.
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Editorials

Farmers and Cityfolk - What They Plant Matters
Farmers and Cityfolk - What They Plant Matters
The four Mississippi River counties have over 100,000 acres of farmland. What happens to the farmers who work that land matters to the rest of us in Kentucky.  Daily Yonder reports that Missouri farmers are organizing to protect their right to plant their own seeds.
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