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Dea Riley and Joe B. Hall at Marshall Co. Bean Supper 2009
"If you had kicked me.." Dea Riley to Tim Profit

Editor's Note: Tim Profit contacted Lt. Gov. candidate Dea Riley on Facebook about the incident that occurred outside the KET studios at the last Paul/Conway debate. Profit has been charged with kicking a woman in the head as she was held down by two other men. Dea shared Tim's letter  and her (dare we say it) - Mama Grizzly response.

"Dea -

Not sure who you may know but there are a lot of details about my case that is unknown. Ms. Valle from moveon.org has said on msnbc I kicked her in the head and that what I did was premeditated which are both false. She has also stated the reason I attacked her was because we disagree on the issues..." Tim Profit

"Tim ...Your cause is NOT important enough to justify what occurred...

This type of hysterical overly exaggerated expression is nothing more than mob riot.  Rand Paul should have returned your campaign contributions as I would have done - immediately.  You have served to point out the severity and potential danger of this extreme movement that is enjoys protection under the umbrella of "Tea Party" but I'm certain that is not what was intended by those who organized the initial grass roots effort...

On a personal note if you had kicked me you would have been faced with a far different reaction than the submissive and refrained demeanor of Ms. Valle.  I would have done all I could do to beat your ass into the ground with everything I had in me..."

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Education

Paducah freshman wins essay contest
Paducah Public Schools Superintendent Randy Green, PTHS English teacher Todd Ross, Author David Baldacci, PTHS student Will Hancock
Paducah freshman wins essay contest

New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci was in Paducah on November 11-12 at WKCTC to discuss his novel Wish You Well. As part of his lecture and visit with regional students, WKCTC sponsored an essay contest related to the novel.  PTHS freshman Honors English classes read the novel as part of the "One Book, One Campus, One Community" reading program.

Paducah Tilghman freshman Will Hancock won first prize in the middle school / high school essay contest. He received a $100 gift card to Barnes and Noble and was honored at the author's VIP reception on November 11 at WKCTC.

 

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PTHS NJROTC Cadets Train Onboard the Coast Guard Cutter CHIPPEWA
adets from the Paducah Tilghman High School Navy Junior ROTC unit prepare to board the Coast Guard Cutter Chippewa at the Paducah riverfront. Students from left to right are: Chay Sims, Cody Thomas, Branden Diggs, Dustin Shirley, Patrick Lane, Brandon H
PTHS NJROTC Cadets Train Onboard the Coast Guard Cutter CHIPPEWA
Ten cadets of Paducah Tilghman High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (PTHS NJROTC) unit recently got underway on the U.S. Coast Guard River Buoy Tender CHIPPEWA (WLR-75404) for a training cruise on the Ohio River.  The CHIPPEWA, based out of Paris Landing, Tennessee, patrols the Ohio and Mississippi maintaining navigational aids along approximately 200 miles of critical waterways in the Midwest.
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Travel & Tourism

Halls TN the place for globes, maps, collectible geography
Murray Hudson's passion for maps and globes extend to his choice of tie.
Halls TN the place for globes, maps, collectible geography
One can never be too rich, too thin, or in Murray Hudson's case, have too many globes. Murray isn't exactly sure how many globes he has, but there are enough to open not one store, but three in the small community of Halls, just north of Jackson, Tennessee.
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Hickman County Arts Fair set for December 4th
Hickman County Arts Fair set for December 4th
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Kentucky State Park Cottages Open Through Winter; Buffet Set For Thanksgiving
Kentucky's State Parks will be open this winter for lodging, eating, camping and golf.
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Kentucky Governor Acknowledges Soldier Sacrifice

November 15, 2010
November 15, 2010

November 15, 2010 - Gov. Steve Beshear today recognized the sacrifice of two Fort Campbell soldiers who died while supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. 

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