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Showing 5 articles from April 15, 2015.

Politics & Government

New Bill to aid and protect runaways and homeless youth

WASHINGTON - Today, Congressman Dave Reichert (WA-8) and Congressman John Yarmuth (KY-3) introduced H.R. 1779, the Runaway and Homeless Youth Trafficking Prevention Act (RHYTPA). This legislation will reauthorize the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act--currently the only federal program targeted solely to help runaway youth--and also add new protections for youth victims of human trafficking or sexual exploitation..

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Education

Eight PTHS students selected for Governor's Scholars Program
Eight PTHS students selected for Governor's Scholars Program

Paducah Tilghman juniors Parker Belt, Reese Butler, Lauren Eickholz, Meg Hancock, Grant Hutcheson, and Lucie Tyrrell have been chosen as scholars and juniors Shelby Browning and Palmer Stroup have been chosen as an alternates for the 2015 Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program.

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Achievement, Endeavor, and Hope - MSU President invested
Achievement, Endeavor, and Hope - MSU President invested

(April 10, 2015 - Murray KY) - Dr. Robert O. Davies officially became the 13th president of Murray State University in a ceremony full of pomp, circumstance and tradition.

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Arts & Entertainment

Butterfly Rose entertain with music, history, humor
Kaye Pryor and Carol Zamora, Butterfly Rose in concert in Clinton.
Butterfly Rose entertain with music, history, humor

Butterfly Rose wowed a small crowd on Saturday evening in Clinton with a musical history lesson.

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Community and Regional News

What the Research Says About "Right to Work" laws
The effort to promote "right to work" laws with local governments in Kentucky is founded on claims about job and economic growth that are unsupported by the research, according to a new report by the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy.

The report looks at the most careful previous studies on RTW that show the law is not associated with an increase in jobs, but with lower wages and benefits for all workers...

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