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Community and Regional News

Stumbo files bill for congressional redistricting

As Ryan Alessi predicted in November, Speaker Stumbo released his plan for congressional redistricting. Owensboro will come into the first District fold.

Jack Brammer has the story on Kentucky.com

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USEC threatens to leave Paducah

...USEC was not the only nuclear company that felt the tremor from Japan. NRG wrote off a half billion dollar investment in South Texas. Germany halted its nuclear program and, according to published reports, countries around the world slowed or halted their own nuclear power programs.

West Kentucky may soon feel the tremor from Japan. USEC employs approximately 1200 workers in Paducah at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant. It sent a letter to the Department of Energy (DOE) informing the regulatory agency that it may end its involvement in Paducah and return management of the site to the government if three of its issues are not met...

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Berry Craig's History Bits

The Confederacy’s ‘Valley Forge’ was in Graves County
On this date in 1862, as many as 5,000 Confederate recruits were shivering in the cold, rain, sleet and snow at what a local historian called “the Confederate Valley Forge.”
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