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Showing 4 articles from November 23, 2010.

FrontPage News

J. R. coming home to Benton

Marshall County's J. R. Gray to Retire as Labor Secretary

Deputy Secretary Mark Brown named Acting Secretary

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Politics & Government

West Kentucky child support offices among top 20 in state

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Nov. 23, 2010) – The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) has announced the state’s 20 top-performing child support contracting officials and one that made significant improvement during the past year...

...The Lyon County Attorney’s Office, led by County Attorney Brandon Knoth, won the Greatest Improvement Award for the second year in a row. Last year the Lyon County program improved from a rank of 117 to 57 statewide. This year they achieved another significant increase from 57th to ninth statewide...

For a list of top twenty, follow the link.

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Graves Co. school honored in D.C.

SEDALIA NAMED BLUE RIBBON SCHOOL – The U.S. Department of Education has officially recognized Sedalia Elementary as one of only 304 schools Sedalia named blue ribbon schoolnationwide with the title of 2010 National Blue Ribbon School. A meeting in Washington, D.C., Nov. 15-16 officially sealed the honor, as first grade teacher Lisa Crowley (far left), principal Robert Braden (second from left), and Graves County Schools’ Superintendent Pete Galloway (far right) accepted the honor from Aba Kumi, the director of the Blue Ribbon Schools Program.

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PTHS students do well in Tournament of Firsts
Luke Voorhies, a Paducah Tilghman junior, performs his tournament winning interpretation of “Young Frankenstein”
PTHS students do well in Tournament of Firsts

Repeating his success of November 13, Luke Voorhies of Paducah Tilghman once again brought home the first place overall prize in Humorous Interpretation in one tournament and took second in the next.

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