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Rick Johnson
PADUCAH, Ky. -- Rick Johnson said he wanted to visit with some "old friends" before deciding whether to run for the state Senate. “I wouldn’t dare do it without talking to you first,” Johnson said at the January council meeting. “I have stood up here in front of you many times and you have always been there for me." Johnson filed for the May Democratic primary after he met with the Council.
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Dynamics of Budget Cuts:  Kentucky Higher Education in Crisis
New Clark College Murray State Univ.
Dynamics of Budget Cuts: Kentucky Higher Education in Crisis
Governor Beshear has already proposed an immediate 3% cut from the universities and colleges of Kentucky for this year’s operational budgets. This is bad news for the business of college education in Kentucky. However, this is not the end of the story. It can only get worse.
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Heather Ryan Announces Her Candidacy for the 1st District Congressional Seat in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, KY. Right at 4:00 pm January 28, 2008, Heather Ryan officially filed her papers with the Kentucky Secretary of State’s office in the State Capital building. Ryan is a life long Democratic activist and political scientist. Ryan made the almost nine hour around trip to Frankfort and back to Paducah with a “sense of urgency” as she expressed to this newsjournal her reasons for going up against Republican Ed Whitfield

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The Dealignment of the Jackson Purchase
Political Precinct Map of Jackson Purchase
The Dealignment of the Jackson Purchase
Voters should be prepared for a decade-long battle for political control of the Purchase Region. The winner of this upcoming battle remains to be seen; the only thing assured is that the victor will be the party that works the hardest, recruits and contacts more voters, and recruits the more superior candidates for elected office.
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New Deputy Secretary Named at Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet
Henry "Hank" List
New Deputy Secretary Named at Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet
FRANKFORT , Ky. (Jan. 25, 2008) – Henry Clay “Hank” List, of Lexington, is returning to the state’s environmental agency as deputy secretary, Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet Secretary Robert D. Vance announced today.
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