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Thundering Lundergan exhorts faithful in Paducah
Jerry Lundergan - Dems have been "asleep for ten years."
Thundering Lundergan exhorts faithful in Paducah
(Paducah KY, August 2, 2012) – Jerry Lundergan thundered to 300 Democrats that in no uncertain terms that he supported President Barack Obama in his bid for re-election
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Education

Back to School - Hickman County businesses fete teachers
Teachers sat down to flower decorated tables at a breakfast in their honor.
Back to School - Hickman County businesses fete teachers

(Clinton, Hickman County, KY August 3, 2012) - Local businesses showed their appreciation for teachers and school staff at a breakfast on opening day for teachers.

Businesses decorated tables and provided small gifts for teachers.

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Technology & Science

2012 Heat Storm Chronicle
2012 Heat Storm Chronicle

 

(Clinton,KY, August 1, 2012 ) – On July 28, 2012, at exactly 8:31 p.m., the rain tore through the early night darkness to finally break the hold of the heat storm. Wave after wave of lighting, fierce driven rain at over 40 to 50 mph speeds hammered at the front porch...

...On a more technical plane, the first heat storm of 2012 started in mid April when 90 degree days started to appear. It was on June 24 that we had our first 100 degree heat.

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Agriculture, Home and Garden

KY Commissioner of Agriculture Brings Message of Hope
County Clerk Jimbo Berry in black shirt, chats with Commissioner James Comer
KY Commissioner of Agriculture Brings Message of Hope

(Clinton, KY. August 1, 2012) - James Comer, the new Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture spoke to a non-partisan gathering of 51 people about the need for saving farms, farmers, and rural small towns. At 10:30 a.m., in the First United Methodist Church’s Young Center, Comer delivered a message of having hope for Kentucky agriculture’s future.

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