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Politics & Government

Beshear and Mongiardo Revisit Themes in Paducah
Dr. Dan introduces Steve Beshear
Beshear and Mongiardo Revisit Themes in Paducah

Mongiardo, often in West Kentucky hunting, spoke of preserving the natural resources of the region. With Steve Beshear from Dawson Springs and his Eastern Kentucky roots, “rural Kentucky will be well-represented”.

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Dr. James Matthai: The Passing of a Path Finder
Dr. James Matthai: The Passing of a Path Finder
On October 5, 2007 an unsung educator and geographical pathfinder, died. His name was Dr. James Matthai.
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Dems Rally in Paducah

Tuesday night in Paducah, over 500 Democrats gathered to hear old style rhetoric, eat hot dogs and rub elbows.

If you didn't get out on a soggy evening, here's what some speakers said.

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Faces in the Crowd - Oct. 23rd Dem Rally
Beshear is having a very good time.
Faces in the Crowd - Oct. 23rd Dem Rally
Photos of Tuesday's Democratic Rally
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Guess Who's Back? Scary Stuff.
Guess Who's Back? Scary Stuff.
It's almost Halloween and he's back. Not Frankenstein or the Wolfman or even Freddy Krueger. It's Tom Barlow. Cue scary music.
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Julian Carroll - Back in West Kentucky

McCracken County native and former governor Julian Carroll came down from his home in Frankfort (“you gotta live where the grandchildren are”) to greet old friends and preach the message that “you can be a Christian and be a Democrat”.

Carroll told the crowd that the state of Kentucky insures one million people. That, according to Carroll, is one quarter of the state population. The state spends seven billion dollars on health care.

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Democrats High on Prospects of Victory

On Tuesday evening, according to Howard Walker and a team of McCracken Democrats, 500 people showed up for the "Let's Get Together" rally. These were the heart and soul party faithful of the far western Kentucky Democratic Party.

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