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Showing 8 articles from October 19, 2010.

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Conway leading in new poll and showing new energy
Conway - up in the polls and on the attack
Conway leading in new poll and showing new energy
...Conway’s campaign theme has altered over the past few days. When the ad accusing Rand Paul of disrespecting religion began running, Paul went on defense and Conway switched to offense. It is a position that he loves to play...
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Conway to Anderson Cooper
Jack Conway was interviewed by CNN while he was in Mayfield Tuesday evening.
Conway to Anderson Cooper "Values matter."

..During the interview, Conway said that Paul had not denied the charges and while he was not attacking Paul’s religion, he was attacking his judgment and his values.

“Values matter.” He told Cooper. He said that mocking religion is not acceptable at any age. Conway made the argument that Paul’s opposition to faith based initiatives are in direct line with his student writing while at Baylor...

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Politics & Government

Beshear Administration suing EPA

The Beshear Administration is joining the Kentucky Coal Association in a suit against the EPA. The Lexington Herald has the story.

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State gets one million planning grant from feds

CHFS Receives $1 Million Federal Grant for

 Planning for Health Insurance Exchange

....Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health insurance exchanges are required by 2014, and will serve as a new competitive consumer center marketplace where individuals and small employers may purchase health insurance...

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Bananas for Books brings readers to Clark Elementary
Clark Elementary kindergartner Sebastian Rivas and MSU student Lynn Minter
Bananas for Books brings readers to Clark Elementary

Books, breakfasts, and adult readers converged on the Paducah's Clark Elementary School library on September 24 to encourage students to go Bananas for Books.

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Drive to Stay Alive Graduates 21

2010 teens in KSP driving program

Students from West Kentucky were among the twenty-one students from seventeen different schools throughout the state graduating from the KSP ‘Drive to Stay Alive’ (DTSA) academy.  The program ran from October 13 – 17, 2010 and was held at the KSP Training Academy in Frankfort. 

The ‘Drive to Stay Alive’ program teaches the students safe driving techniques by KSP instructors with hands-on road driving and classroom exercises, including the dangers of driving impaired, seat belt safety, distracted and aggressive driving. 


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Paducah Tilghman Student top KY science entry
Teacher Brandon Cornaby and top KY science student Jacob Holtgrewe
Paducah Tilghman Student top KY science entry

Jacob Holtgrewe, a Paducah Tilghman freshman and former Paducah Middle School student of science instructor Brandon Cornaby, was selected as the 2010 top entry among all other Kentucky resident submissions in the 12th Annual Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge, the premier national science competition for students in grades 5-8.

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Skyping in school - a learning tool in Graves County
Graves Co. Superintendent Pete Galloway watching Wingo students by Skype
Skyping in school - a learning tool in Graves County

Graves County Schools’ Superintendent Pete Galloway watches Wingo Elementary teacher Allison Sevic’s third grade reading class, as they watch him. Sevic is one of several teachers in the district regularly using Skyping technology in her classroom.

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