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Clinton police chief's wife arrested
West Kentucky Star is reporting that Holly Seaton, wife of Clinton Police Chief Snapper Seaton, was arrested in Fulton for attempting to get pain med prescriptions from a Fulton drug store. Mrs. Seaton was lodged in the Fulton County Jail. She has since been released on bond.
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New link
We've added a new link to The Paducah Moon, self described as "the only alternative online video site for McCracken County politics."  Check it out at http://www.youtube.com/ThePaducahMoon
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Tea Party getting into governor's race
Lowell Reese of Kentucky Roll Call
Tea Party getting into governor's race
Tea Party slate for governor
The climate and culture in Washington and the characters on Wall Street created a ‘condition’ for the Tea Party to sprout and grow like a plant that flourishes in one soil or climate and droops in another. It grew; it wasn’t manufactured.
 
 
Now some of the activists — in effect, leaders — of the Tea Party in Kentucky seem to think that condition also exists in Frankfort. They are putting together a gubernatorial slate to run in the governor’s race year.  David Adams told Kentucky Roll Call today in an email that some Tea Party activists are “close to putting together a gubernatorial slate to ensure regular Kentuckians' voices are heard in the Commonwealth. … Details should be available soon."
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Work Now program still offering summer work

For those who are looking for work (and unable to find any) and those looking for workers (and can't afford to hire them)- the feds are paying for a summer jobs program and it is not too late to get into it.  Follow the link for the Governor's press release and then sign up online. 
 
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Technology & Science

State to work to restore river basin

Kentucky Awarded $3 Million in the Mississippi River Basin
Health Watersheds Initiative

Three projects will be active in restoring water quality and habitat in the Mississippi River Basin

The Kentucky Conservation Partnership will receive $3 million over a five-year period for three out of 76 projects awarded nationwide to improve the health of the Mississippi River Basin. The projects will take place in three areas of the state: Licking River, Lower Green and the Bayou de Chien/Mayfield Creek watersheds...

“This program will help agriculture producers in the watersheds implement conservation and management practices that avoid, control and trap nutrient runoff.

“The initiative is performance oriented, and measureable results are required to participate, including the reduction of environmental impacts through more efficient use of nutrients through crop and livestock production,” said (Len) Peters. 

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