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Out of the mouths of babes
WIC serves 9 million and the average payment is $41 a month.
Out of the mouths of babes

The legislation passed by House Republicans in the wee hours of February 19 (no Democrats voted for it) slashed $747 million -- about 10 percent -- from the 2011 budget for the Special Supplemental Feeding Program for Women, Infants and Children. It's commonly known as "WIC."

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Community and Regional News

Graves High, MSU grad moves up pro umpiring ranks, appears on ESPN
Graves High, MSU grad moves up pro umpiring ranks, appears on ESPN

UMPIRING SUCCESS – Graves County native Tripp Gibson, a 2000 graduate of Graves County High School and Murray State, is starting his sixth year as a professional baseball umpire. He served as crew chief last year and, individually, he was ranked No. 1 of all umpires in the AA professional leagues...The coming season will be his first in AAA, the highest level of minor leagues and the direct feeder to Major League Baseball. He will work in the Pacific Coast League...

Gibson also serves as lead instructor at the Harry Wendelstedt Umpire School, the oldest school of its kind. He recently appeared in a video on ESPN.

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