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Election Day - 2010

 


 

ELECTION DAY - NOVEMBER 2, 2010

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US Army to Develop Mood App for Phones
Dr. Greg Gahm, director of T2 and Dr. Tammy Crowder, chief of staff at the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) check out the T2 Mood Tracker App using the link from the QR code. (Photo by Dr. Anita Brown, T2)
US Army to Develop Mood App for Phones

The U.S. Army is developing cutting edge science applications for smart phone use. Their intent is to create a platform to measure the MOOD of the phone user. The National Center for Telehealth and Technology is the primary source for this new approach to monitoring troops feelings. The article attached explains how this science will work.

We at West Kentucky Journal are interested in military affairs as they may have a large impact on the future of Ft.Knox and Ft. Campbell. These two military bases make up a very large component of Kentucky's economy. During the next few years, all US military budgets will be reveiwed as part of mission restructuring and future military threat analysis.

 

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Education

Drug dog visits Symsonia Elementary
Pictured, from left (back row), are Logan McElwayne, Matthew Haight, Noah Roden, Aaron Smith, (front row) Collin Whitis, Rilee Medlin, Chief Deputy Mike Turnbow, and "Shadow".
Drug dog visits Symsonia Elementary
RED RIBBON WEEK VISIT – Retired Kentucky State Trooper and McCracken County Chief Deputy Sheriff Mike Turnbow brought his drug detection dog, Aaron, and his explosives detection dog, Shadow, to Symsonia Elementary School recently to demonstrate how the dogs find illegal drugs. The visit was one of many events highlighting anti-substance abuse Red Ribbon Week in the Graves County Schools Oct. 25-29.
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Graves County Schools November Calendar

Graves County Schools’ November Calendar

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MSAC coming to Ballard Elementary
Students learn science in the everyday - here they are making salad dressing.
MSAC coming to Ballard Elementary

KDA’S MOBILE SCIENCE ACTIVITY CENTER
IS COMING TO BALLARD COUNTY

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Paducah Tilghman team in debate and writing competition
l to r: Coach Tina Baker, Lilly Burba, Cassie Arboleda, Will Hancock, Andrew Zaninovich, Sean Blakely, Jacob Holtgrewe
Paducah Tilghman team in debate and writing competition

Paducah Tilghman’s Speech and Forensic Team has qualified for the Bickel & Brewer/New York University International Public Policy Forum Debate which began Wednesday, October 27, 2010...The first round of the prestigious, annual competition is a 2,800 word qualifying essay and involves students from across the globe.   This year’s resolution is "Resolved: NATO Military Operations in Afghanistan Are Not Justified."

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PaxtonScholars named
Gianna Douglas-Shaw, Donovan Riley, Valarie James (not pictured: Johnesia Scott)
PaxtonScholars named

Paducah Tilghman juniors Gianna Douglas-Shaw, Valarie James, Donovan Riley, and Johnesia Scott have been selected to by the McCracken County Community Career Endowment to be inaugural participants in the 2010-11 PaxtonScholars program. 

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Travel & Tourism

Notes from Abroad
Notes from Abroad
I am writing this on 'Toussaints' Day which is a holiday in France when all families pay their respects to their dear departed ones by placing chrysanthemums on the graves.
I am sure many of you have been as shocked as we have been by seeing the violence during the recent riots taking place in major French cities.  Apart from a mini-crisis in lack of fuel, we have been virtually unaffected ...
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Editorials

Incumbency
Incumbency
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