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MADD Art Camp begins June 20th
MADD Art Camp begins June 20th

MADD Camp is a weeklong camp for middle schoolers. A joint project of Hickman County Schools, Hickman County Extension and the Hickman County Arts Council, the program is free.

Breakfast, lunch and bus transport available to eligible students.

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Task force begins discussion on combating hunger in Kentucky
Task force begins discussion on combating hunger in Kentucky

SHELBYVILLE, Ky. (June 2, 2016) -- The Kentucky Hunger Task Force began its search for innovative solutions to reduce food insecurity in the Commonwealth during its first meeting Thursday at Gallrein Farms in Shelby County. The Hunger Task Force is a product of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture's first-ever Hunger Initiative.

Murray State University Hutson School of Agriculture Dean Tony Brannon is among those on the Task Force. For a full list, follow the jump.

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Education

Graves County Schools gets rebate from energy savings
Harshaw Trane: Ernie Tacogue, Leonel Martinez-Perez, bd. mbr Susan Barton, Chris Jaggers HT, maintenance director John Oldham, bd mbr Jim Wurth, Spt. Kim Dublin, Bd. Chair Ronnie Holmes, Kyle Johnson HT
Graves County Schools gets rebate from energy savings

Graves County School District received more than $97,000 in utility rebates, the majority through TVA, as a result of its partnership with Harshaw Trane.

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Community and Regional News

Another boomer leaves the job market - Clinton mail carrier Marie Edwards retires
Clinton mail carrier Marie Edwards with her retirement cake.
Another boomer leaves the job market - Clinton mail carrier Marie Edwards retires

Last Thursday was a banner day for mail carrier Marie Edwards. It was her last day as a Clinton mail carrier. With her retirement, Marie joins 9,999 other baby boomers who retired that day, according to AARP.

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