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Education

Four high school mock trial teams have first scrimmage
Carlisle and Fulton mock trial students in old courtroom.
Four high school mock trial teams have first scrimmage

Four high school mock trial teams met on Thursday, Feb. 4th in Clinton for their first scrimmage between schools and to hear Billy Stover, who leads Kentucky’s mock trial program tell them what to expect in competition.

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New hours at MSU's Pogue Library
MURRAY, Ky. —Special Collections and the archives department at the Forrest C. Pogue Library on Murray State University’s campus will now be open to the public on Saturdays from 12:30-4:30 p.m. during the spring semester.
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Three PTHS Students Selected As PATC Students of the Month
PTHS student George Flarsheim
Three PTHS Students Selected As PATC Students of the Month

Three Paducah Tilghman students were selected as January Students Of The Month at KY Tech Paducah.  

Ø  George Flarsheim   Engineering, Drafting & Design
Ø  Monica Deng          Information Technology
Ø  Laquesha Prather    TV Production Technology
 

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Community and Regional News

They're baa-ack - Water Services Corp files for 21.9% increase
"They're here" Scary stuff as the water company comes back for more $$
They're baa-ack - Water Services Corp files for 21.9% increase

Back on December 30, 2009, Utilities, Inc., the parent company of Water Services Corporation of Kentucky, (WSCK) filed a rate increase request with the Kentucky Public Services Commission. The company asked for an eye popping 50.8% increase. 

After a petition drive, letter writing campaign, public hearing in the affected towns and a hearing in Frankfort, the company settled with the Commission and the Attorney General for a 31% increase.

They are back for what was left lying on the table.

In late December 2010, Water Services Corporation of Kentucky, Inc. filed a request with the Kentucky Public Service Commission for a 21.95% increase.

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