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Snow, sleet, freezing rain leave residents in winter misery
Portion of ice pried off windshield on Monday.
Snow, sleet, freezing rain leave residents in winter misery

UPDATE - (February 10, 2014)-It's snowing again. The "flurries" are coming down steadily and have been since 8:30 this morning. Ky DOT's Keith Todd reports slick spots on roads caused by snow squalls covering roadways. School is out again in Ballard, Carlisle, Graves & Hickman Counties.

Locals say that the weather won't settle until Good Friday which is particularly late this year, coming on April 18th.

The ground hog saw his shadow, signaling six more weeks of winter.

Generally those two pieces of folk wisdom are pooh-poohed by the scientifically minded. This year even unbelievers are getting a bit nervous as another snowstorm bears down on West Kentucky...

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Agriculture has jobs for men and women, leadership students are told.
Leadership students, Max Jewell, Jonathan Reynolds, Trent Stairs and Ben Wilson listen to ag presentation
Agriculture has jobs for men and women, leadership students are told.

(Clinton KY – February 5, 2014) – The Hickman County High School Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class spent an afternoon learning about their county's largest industry - agriculture. Speakers involved in the business of brought their 21st century outlook to an age old industry.

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