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Education

Cuba Elementary students not just fiddlin' around
"Students who play instruments have higher test scores." Ashley Darnell
Cuba Elementary students not just fiddlin' around
LEARNING MUSIC EASIER WITH STRINGS ATTACHED – Cuba Elementary sixth graders are learning first-hand the Chinese proverb that says, “Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand.” One of the Graves County School District’s five beliefs says, “Students learn more when authentically engaged.”
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Dream Team wins tournament
Dream Team wins tournament

The Graves County Girls Softball Dream Team 97 won the the 14U ASA Northern National Winter Classic Championship this past weekend in the Avanti's Dome in Pekin, IL.

The Dream Team 97 opened up their 2012 season with a tournament record of 6-1 beating teams from Indiana, Tennessee, and Illinois.

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Hickman County FBLA students capture success
Hickman County FBLA students capture success

(Clinton, KY March 6, 2012) This year’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) theme is “FBLA Capturing Success” Hickman County students did just that at the regional competition yesterday at Murray.

Photo: Back row:  Ashley Summers, Paul Barnett, Ty Ellegood, Devon Weatherspoon, Aaron Harpole, Daniel Kimbell, Will Mullins, Caity Kyle 

Middle: Breanna Beckham, MaKenna LeBlanc, Ryan Harpole, Alison Burpo, Haley Bizzle 

Front row: Shelby Ballantine, Alex Richards, Morgan Davis, Taylor Ray, MaKayla Keene, Kayla Boaz, Cayce Brockwell

 

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Community and Regional News

Ouch! Convenient store roof collapses on police cars
Two police cars hold up the metal roof.
Ouch! Convenient store roof collapses on police cars

(Clinton, KY - Mar. 7, 2012) - Strong winds rolled the metal roof of the Parkway JewelMart over the top of the building and onto two parked police cars.

A Hickman County Sheriff's deputy and a Clinton City policeman were inside the store when the incident happened. Fortunately, no one was injured in the incident. 

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