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First Lady delivers inspirational speech to EKU grads
First Lady delivers inspirational speech to EKU grads
  ..."If you’re a Democrat, spend some time talking to a Republican," Obama said. "And if you’re a Republican, have a chat with a Democrat. Maybe you’ll find some common ground, maybe you won’t. But if you honestly engage with an open mind and an open heart, I guarantee you’ll learn something..." Michelle Obama to EKU 2013 grads.
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Kentucky Leads the Nation hears from WKY educators on school improvement
Mattea Lock will graduate in December - self described farm girl graduating from MSU 3 semesters early with ag degree.
Kentucky Leads the Nation hears from WKY educators on school improvement
Clinton KY, April 30, 2013) – For student Mattea Lock, Falcon Academy and the Four Rivers Scholarship Program came along when she thought her dreams of college would go unfulfilled. That’s what the self described “athletic girl” told a crowd of 150 elected officials, educators and students at a meeting on Tuesday...
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Sen. McConnell and Sen. Crittenden
US Sen. John J. Crittenden of Kentucky - compromise possible
Sen. McConnell and Sen. Crittenden "the need to compromise"
...McConnell cited two major instances where Crittenden was instrumental in keeping Kentucky from seceding from the Union as well as working to prevent war with Great Britain over the Oregon Territory. McConnell said Crittenden performed a great service to the state and the country and set a great example for the need to compromise.

“I think we need to remember that even though we may have very different opinions for the direction the country should be going, there is still room for compromise,” McConnell said.

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Kroger Working to become the King of Health Foods in Kentucky
Kroger Working to become the King of Health Foods in Kentucky
Yesterday, May 14th, I walked into the future of food. My adventure with food took place in the newly remodeled Kroger store in Murray, Kentucky. Just two weeks ago, this Murray Kroger had been reborn from its 1970s look into the 21st Century feeling of health and wellness.
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KET is Dead, Again!
KET is Dead, Again!
Friday night ritual: have a great dinner, lean back in favorite wingback chair, turn on TV to Channel 29, waiting for Comment on Kentucky. Except four weeks ago, that ritual stopped. TV came alive. No sound on Channel 29 from Kentucky Education Network (KET). Also, video was strange, only picture was frame by frame, very slow. All in all, it was a viewing disaster.
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Travel & Tourism

Dawson Springs first Trail Town in Kentucky
DAWSON SPRINGS, Ky. (May 9, 2013) – First Lady Jane Beshear today announced that the community of Dawson Springs is Kentucky’s first “Trail Town,” part of an effort to promote and develop adventure tourism opportunities across the state.
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Editorials

Personal Opinion: DirecTV is the Borg...
Personal Opinion: DirecTV is the Borg...

 

Because I do not want the latest “Smack down” wrestling, I must pay more to have access to history, science, business, and political reporting on selected channels. Because I don’t follow Who is Dancing with the Stars or American Idol, my bill is higher from the base rate of $29.95 up to $60.00 each month.

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Dunn done at MSU - will school look beyond its borders?
Dr. Randy Dunn - moving on to new post.
Dunn done at MSU - will school look beyond its borders?
Dunn made a fatal mistake early in his tenure at MSU - he reached out to Paducah. Creating a second campus in the largest metro area in the region was a blaspemy that Murray purists could not abide...
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Arts & Entertainment

Graves County High School students convert items from Trash to Treasure for 2013 recycled art contest
L to R: Lilli Garner, Kelsey Jackson, Ashlee Bailey, Alex Bolin
Graves County High School students convert items from Trash to Treasure for 2013 recycled art contest
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