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Santa to be at Fair
This little guy took off with Santa's tambourine.
Santa to be at Fair

Santa will be at the Fair to hear secrets from boys and girls and to have his photo taken with tiny tots with their eyes all aglow.

Proud parents and grandparents are encouraged to bring their cameras and take photos. Santa's appearance is sponsored by the Hickman County Chamber of Commerce.

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Politics & Government

Noah's Ark coming to Kentucky
A replica of Noah's Ark will employ 900 and draw 1.6 million visitors in first year - Governor Beshear
Noah's Ark coming to Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Dec. 1, 2010)—Governor Steve Beshear today joined the Ark Encounter LLC to announce the planned construction of a full-scale Noah’s Ark tourist attraction in northern Kentucky. Partnering with the Ark Encounter is Answers in Genesis, which is most widely known for its high-tech and popular Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky.

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Shelby Co. Judge Exec joins field for Ag Com'r

FRANKFORT – Saying he wants to do more to represent and promote Kentucky’s farms, families and bring more agriculture-related jobs to the state, Republican Shelby County Judge-Executive Rob Rothenburger on Monday formally filed his papers to run for Commissioner of Agriculture.

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Education

Ky School Board Association recognizes Four County Scholarship Program
Hickman County Superintendent Kenny Wilson, Fulton Superintendent Diane Owens and Robby Rudolph with Peak Award
Ky School Board Association recognizes Four County Scholarship Program

We’ve never seen a project like this one,” said Kentucky School Boards Association (KSBA) Executive Director Bill Scott, referring to the Four Counties Scholarship Foundation program.  

That’s why four school districts in the River Counties will share this year’s prestigious Peak Award from KSBA for collaboration going above and beyond to serve their student populations.

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Kentucky Governor Acknowledges Soldier Sacrifice

Twenty Three Fort Campbell Soldiers lose lives in Afghanistan in November
Twenty Three Fort Campbell Soldiers lose lives in Afghanistan in November

During the month of November, Governor Beshear acknowledged the loss of twenty three Fort Campbell soldiers.  Each announcement received its own page. For space purposes, we will close the articles at the end of each month.

To learn more about each of these heroes, search "Governor Beshear Acknowledges" on the top navigation bar. 

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