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Democratic candidate forum scheduled for April 1st
Democratic candidate forum scheduled for April 1st

Dear friends,

You are invited to our Democratic Candidate Forum, April 1, 6 pm., at the Laborer's Hall, 1415 S. 3rd. St., Paducah. Coffee, soft drinks, and water will be provided.

All of our constitutional office primary candidates have been invited, and to date gubernatorial candidates Rocky Adkins and Geoff Young have committed, along with Secretary of State candidates, Jason Belcher and Geoff Sebesta, along with Commissioner of Agriculture candidate, Joe Trigg....

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There I was - minding my own business when I was confronted with this alien intelligence.
"Computer, State Your Function!"

Future Shock at The Walmart

(Tales of living at the edge of American Civilization)

It was a Wednesday, like most Wednesdays, quiet and normal.... It didn't take long for trouble to find me. Just as I was preparing to leave the soup section for the checkout area, my path was blocked as I turned the corner to leave the soup behind.

Wham! I came face to face with what passes in West Kentucky as Future Shock.

Standing cart to cart, toe to toe, face to face was a six foot tall robot directly in my path.

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Community and Regional News

Are Extreme Weather and Flooding Events Signs of Climate Change Tipping Point in Far Western Kentucky?
Along Highway 94 in Fulton County, floodwaters rise quickly, retreat slowly.
Are Extreme Weather and Flooding Events Signs of Climate Change Tipping Point in Far Western Kentucky?

Next to and along the roaring waters of the Mississippi River that border the counties of Ballard, Carlisle, Hickman and Fulton Kentucky are new signs of extreme changes in local and regional weather...

Temperature and rainfall are increasing and changing the shape of the region.

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St. Louis Federal Reserve Report 5 Years of Depression for Region Farmers
St. Louis Federal Reserve Report 5 Years of Depression for Region Farmers

This quarter's survey assessed the economic and financial conditions in the District's agricultural industry from the perspective of agricultural bankers. For the 20th (5 years) consecutive quarter, a majority of agricultural bankers in the Eighth Federal Reserve District reported that farm income had declined in the fourth quarter of 2018 compared with a year earlier.

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