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Education

A BANNER DAY AT HICKMAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
A BANNER DAY AT HICKMAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

(Clinton, KY – January 30, 2013) – Chamber of Commerce Sophomore Leadership students Breann Jones, Alex Simmons, Harley Hinshaw and Sydney Harrison (pictured above) chose to focus on creating a logo for Hickman County as their program graduation project. The students researched and came up with four panels representing their home county.

According to the students, the first panel represents the agricultural nature of the community, the second their education, the third the county’s location on the Mississippi River. The fourth panel depicts the importance of family in Hickman County. The students felt that their county is someplace special and decided that would be a fitting slogan for their logo.

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Community and Regional News

Clinton City Council to consider hemp resolution
Graphic from "Hemp, a New Crop with New Uses for North America"
Clinton City Council to consider hemp resolution

Update - Clinton passed the resolution on February 4th, 2013

(Clinton, KY January 28, 2013) - When the Clinton City Council meets on Monday, Feb. 4, they will have a resolution in their packet in support of “reintroducing industrial hemp in the Kentucky Agriculture and helping make Kentucky a national leader in this agriculture crop.” This resolution was drafted and brought forth by Councilman Ivan Potter in the council’s January meeting, but was tabled so that more research could be done on the topic.

 

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