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Showing 4 articles from October 22, 2010.

FrontPage News

Update: Kentucky Poll shows Paul ahead

A new poll is showing Rand Paul ahead by five points 48-43 with 9% undecided and a plus or minus margin of error of 4 points.  

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Graves County students give 885 books away

Students at Lowes Elementary in Graves County


Lowes Elementary School’s sixth graders recently donated some 885 books for disadvantaged children during October’s National Book Month. They’re shown here preparing to take the books to the Great American Cookie Company in Paducah’s Kentucky Oaks Mall. Sixth grade teachers Connie Sparks and Stephanie Matthews at the northwestern Graves County school said the project spread throughout the community, bringing the number of books far higher than the classes’ original expectations. They then learned through a grandparent visitor to the school that the bakery chain holds a book drive each October.

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Hard to stay focused on art with two weeks to an election
First in Line - a linoleum print by Stephanie Potter
Hard to stay focused on art with two weeks to an election
...A recent Gallop poll stated the approval rate of Congress is 21%.  My question is, "Who are these 21% and why do they think the people elected are actually doing a good job solving the real problems this country faces?"  The more I think about it, that 21% just isn't paying any attention.  Because if you pay attention, then you're mad, or at least concerned.  Not to make generalizations, but does that 21% even look or think about art and it's place in society?...
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Letters to the Editor

Trick or Treat time again
Well it’s Trick-or-Treat time again.  The media are chock-full of people wearing the costumes of “caring representatives” wanting treats.  The problem is, determining which ones are going to trick you.

Let’s think back to 2000 when the master trickster, George W. Bush promised to be a “uniter, not a divider.”  George inherited a good economy, 4.3% unemployment, reasonable interest rates, low inflation, much lower oil prices, relative peace, and budget surpluses projected to last through 2012, two years from now!

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