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Politics & Government

Taking campaigns into rural KY in 21st century style
Taking campaigns into rural KY in 21st century style

Political Battlewagons and Ground Conflict

along the back roads of Kentucky

Kentucky politics very soon will experience a radical new concept of political warfare not seen since the days of Wendell Ford, Julian Carroll, or Wallace Wilkerson. This will be the art of a ground war practiced waged precinct by precinct. This new ground war will be driven by new strategies and campaign operations built for intense local media domination and show of force. These new strategies will start in 2010 and end in 2012.

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KSP looking for officers

The Kentucky State Police is currently accepting applications for trooper positions and for the position of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officer I.

 

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Travel & Tourism

Mayfield goes ga-ga over gourds
Mayfield goes ga-ga over gourds

Each third Saturday in September the community of Mayfield pays homage to the humble gourd.  The fifth annual Gourd Patch Festival celebrates a national art exhibition along with a day of artists, gourd vendors and crafters, entertainment, concessions, farmer’s market, silent auction, quilt raffle, bake sale and an exciting gourd-mobile racecar derby along with an Ugly Gourd Contest. 

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Ice Gallery features artistry in gourds
Melanie Halliman's gourd art "Moby Richard"
Ice Gallery features artistry in gourds
The Ice House Gallery in Mayfield is featuring one of kind constructed art using gourds, paint and a whole bunch of imagination.
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Community and Regional News

High school Journalism and Broadcasting Workshop at Murray State set for Sept. 24
MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University’s department of journalism and mass communications will conduct its annual Journalism and Broadcasting Workshop Sept. 24 at the Curris Center. Area high school media students and their advisers will be able pick from eight programs in each of the first two sessions that day. 
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