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Politics & Government

Farmer to file for Ag Commish
Bob Farmer is filing to run for Ag Commissioner this coming Monday
Farmer to file for Ag Commish
In a move sure to confuse voters, BOB Farmer plans to file to run for Agriculture Commissioner, according to a report in Underground Rooster. The current ag commissioner Richie Farmer is running for Lt. Gov.
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Education

Graves Co. Sr. Recognized at MSU program
ictured with her are Dr. Warren Edminster, academic dean of the academy, and Dr. Randy Dunn, president of MSU.
Graves Co. Sr. Recognized at MSU program
Graves County High School senior Rachel Clifford recently was awarded a Certificate of Recognition from the Commonwealth Honors Academy at a reunion of academy scholars held at Murray State University.
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Wingo Elementary’s Green Team salutes military on Veterans’ Day
Pictured are student-members of the Green Team, teacher-sponsor Nakia Brown, principal Sarah Saylor, and William Fagan, representing the military.
Wingo Elementary’s Green Team salutes military on Veterans’ Day

Wingo Elementary School's Green Team conducted a groundbreaking on the Green Team Beautification area, dedicated to U.S. military veterans and men and women currently serving in the armed forces.  

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Wingo student brings grandfather to show and tell about war experiences on Veterans’ Day
Wingo student brings grandfather to show and tell about war experiences on Veterans’ Day

AFFAIR – Wingo Elementary student Cody Miller (wearing yellow tee-shirt) brought his grandfather, U.S. military veteran Donald Rogers, to school on Veterans’ Day. Rogers showed his uniform and photos to his grandson and the rest of the second grade students. He also told about his experiences in the Vietnam War.

 

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Agriculture, Home and Garden

Cooking with Len Deighton
Len Deighton wrote spy thrillers and cookbooks
Cooking with Len Deighton

Editor's Note: I found a last summer's email from Sandie George that fits in with Suzanne's article on fruit trees.

I have also been interviewing authors for publication and had the opportunity of interviewing Len Deighton - famed for 'The Ipcress File'...  His publishers are reissuing many of his titles, including his early cookbooks, which were really directed at men who could not cook.

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