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Politics & Government

In Western Kentucky, contested House races are in the fall
In Western Kentucky, contested House races are in the fall

The question of who will control the Kentucky House of Representative is burning up phone, text and email wires around the Capital City. Western Kentucky has a role to play in the outcome.

Who is running against who in western Kentucky?

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Twenty Emerge Ketucky candidates on the ballot
Emerge Kentucky Chair Jennifer Moore is a Paducah native.
Twenty Emerge Ketucky candidates on the ballot

Since 2009, Emerge Kentucky has recruited and trained 140 Democratic women across the Commonwealth with the mission of increasing the number of women in elected office at all levels of government. There will be twenty Emerge candidates on the ballot this spring and fall.

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Education

Chamber HCHS Leadership Class meets local government
Chamber HCHS Leadership Class meets local government

Hickman County High School students met with elected officials on Thursday. Students met first with District Judge Hunter Whitesell and court personnel then it was on to the executive and legislative branches.

First Row: Jason Batts, Taylor Ramage, Nathan Hartsell, Hunter Leblanc, Jacob Stahr, Nathan Howell, Judge Whitesell

Second Row: Carley Byassee, Averee Jewell, Madelyne Reynolds, Cassidy Luker, Alyssa Moore, Tristin Boaz, Emily Pickard

Third Row: Melanie Dowdy, Cinda Yates, Chase Boaz, Ally Samuel, Chelsea Johnson, Anna Ferguson, Caylee Barnett, Lauren Cox

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Arts & Entertainment

Playhouse in the Park shares award
Holly Bloodworth, left, director of the Playhouse's Penguin Project; and Lisa Cope, executive director of Murray Playhouse in the Park.
Playhouse in the Park shares award

(FRANKFORT, Ky.) - At its meeting in Frankfort today, the Kentucky Board of Education presented the annual Dr. Samuel Robinson Award to co-winners - Playhouse in the Park/Murray Calloway County Community Theater and the Partnership Institute for Math and Science Education Reform (PIMSER) at the University of Kentucky.

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Business

Amazon Planning on Brick & Mortar Book Chain

On January 6, 2016, I asked several questions regarding Amazon's intentions of opening a chain of brick & mortar books stores. (See Amazon enters the bricks and mortar market )

On February 3, 2016, I got my answers.

This week, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal are both discussing Amazon's move into a new book selling platform. Sources close to the operations of the Settle based brick & mortar Amazon bookstore are indicating that the retail giant is planning a national super strategy of 300 to 400 Amazon book stores to be opened in 2016.

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