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Hunger Initiative program working to address Kentucky hunger issues
Ag Commissioner Ryan Quarles and Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes
Hunger Initiative program working to address Kentucky hunger issues

One in six Kentuckians are "food insecure" according to Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles. The problem of hunger is not a partisan issue.

Addressing hunger is not a partisan issue. Witness the joint appearance of Kentucky Ag Commissioner Ryan Quarles and Kentucky Secretary of State in Mayfield on Thursday.

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Education

Graves County Schools faculty and staff celebrate Opening Day of 2016-17 school year with salute to law enforcement
Leigh Anne Smith, of Graves County High School, prepares to sing the National Anthem, as the Graves High Jr. ROTC Color Guard and local law enforcement salute the flag.
Graves County Schools faculty and staff celebrate Opening Day of 2016-17 school year with salute to law enforcement

The Graves County School District's 700 faculty and staff members celebrated the Opening Day to the 2016-17 school year on August 3rd with fun, games, motivational speeches and a tribute to law enforcement and the U.S.A.

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Community and Regional News

The generosity of Gibson Electric customers funds local charities
Hickman County recipients with Debbie Weatherford, Gibson EMC, Marge Kelly Hickman Co. Sr. Ctr., Ivan Potter, Hickman Co. Historical Soc. and Tina McAuliffe, Mission House. Not present Clinton/Hickman Co. EMS
The generosity of Gibson Electric customers funds local charities

Gibson EMC's Change for the Community program donated $10,000 to local charities. Senior centers, food banks, youth programs and the Hickman County Historical and Genealogical Society picked up their awards on Wednesday, August 3rd.

All participants agreed that their needs are great and resources small.

Hickman County programs received

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