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Showing 6 articles from May 2, 2008.

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Clinton Opens Paducah Office

Hillary Clinton;s Paducah HQ opened Monday in the old John Deere Building with a speech, photo ops, hot dogs and sweet tea.  Headquarters is located in the old John Deere Building between McDonald's and Sonic on Lone Oak Road.

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New Commissioner for Natural Resources
FRANKFORT , Ky. (May 2, 2008) – Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet (EPPC) Secretary Robert D. Vance today announced the appointment of a veteran state mining official to serve as commissioner of the Department for Natural Resources (DNR).
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State Auditor Crit Luallen Releases Report on State Agencies
State Auditor Crit Luallen Releases volume two of Statewide Audit of Kentucky Audit examines state government’s oversight of federal programs; inadequate oversight places up to $26 million in jeopardy
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Daviess and McCracken Counties Air Quality Gets Worse
In Kentucky, twelve counties’ grades improved, while only three counties’ (Daviess, McCracken, and Oldham) grades worsened. While the calculated three-year average increased only very slightly, Daviess’ and Oldham’s grades decreased due to additional exceedances of the ozone standard. McCracken’s grade decreased due to fine particulate matter.
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KET to Lose Staff from Budget Cuts

The impact of a worsening economy and the governor’s budget has taken it’s toll at Kentucky Education Television. Executive Director Mac Wall announced that by July, 2008, up to 14 employees will be cut from KET.
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Berry Craig and the Need for Strong Unions
Strong Unions - Why Workers Need Them

Remarks by Berry Craig at the Workers Memorial Day Observance

"Before strong unions and meaningful protection for worker safety and health, most workers toiled long hours at low pay in jobs that threatened – and often claimed – life and limb..."
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