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Showing 4 articles from April 18, 2011.


Graves Schools celebrates Rachel's Challenge
Farmingto Elementary students collected sugarless gum for Rachel's Challenge
Graves Schools celebrates Rachel's Challenge

The Graves County School District early in the 2010-11 school year hosted Darrell Scott, father of Rachel Joy Scott, the first victim in the Columbine High School shootings. The journals she left behind spoke of her desire to change the world through empathy, kindness, and compassion. The year-long effort to emphasize those principles culminates for the district’s 4,500-plus students Monday, May 16. The approximately 3,100 K-8 students will gather at the Graves County High School football stadium between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. As has been the case throughout the school year, community members are welcome to join in the project.

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MSU Writing course tailored specifically for military — active, vets, spouses
MSU Writing course tailored specifically for military — active, vets, spouses

The upcoming fall semester at Murray State University will have a new section of English specifically tailored for veterans, active military personnel and military spouses.

Teaching the course will be Chris Hildebrand, a veteran himself, who has geared the class around ‘Operation: Homecoming’ — a writing program dedicated to bringing to light through the written word the experiences of American soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines, as well as families on the home front. The class, ENG 105: Critical Reading, Writing and Inquiry, will use writing to transition from military to academic life, and will feature many readings about and/or by soldiers and other military personnel.

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PSC Chair Armstrong receives award from Murray State
Murray State University has honored Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) Chairman David Armstrong with the 2011 Dick Anderson Telecommunications Systems Management Leadership Award.
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Community and Regional News

Marion-Crittenden County, Kentucky Hosting 22th Annual Backroads Festival

Backroads Festival, sponsored by Marion Main Street and the Marion Tourism Commission is an annual event which invites visitors to take a peek at what Marion and Crittenden County have to offer tourists.  This year new exciting events are scheduled for the April 29 – 30 festival.

In the past guests have enjoyed the city and county’s antique stores, specialty shops, restaurants, fabric shops, quilt shows, and craft booths, free ferry rides across the beautiful Ohio River to and from Cave-in-Rock, IL, and forays into the scenic Amish community.  Quality craft vendors will be selling their products Friday and Saturday at the Marion Commons / Welcome Center Court Yard.

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