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Graves Central Elementary Drama Players earn notice for Atlanta show
Graves Central Elementary Drama Players earn notice for Atlanta show

GRAVES STUDENT-ACTORS PLAY ATLANTA – Graves County Central Elementary School presented Annie Jr. in the district’s Performing Arts Center in April 2011. It’s a condensed version of the legendary Broadway play Annie, which, in turn, is based on the 1930s comic strip and radio show Little Orphan Annie. Teachers Patsy Riley and Amy Murphey took eight students from that cast to the 2012 Junior Theater Festival the weekend of Jan. 13-15 in Atlanta, Ga. Central won the festival’s top team “Spirit Award,” despite the fact that its eight performers constituted one of the smallest groups in attendance.

Pictured, from left, are (front row) Mattison Sullivan, Ethan Murphey, (middle row) Julianna Sims, Tate Keeling, (back row) Kelsey Drew, Maddie Green, Skylar Hargrove, and Maggie Marrs. “Tate and Julianna are still at Central,” Murphey said, “the rest have moved on to the middle school, but they still came back every week to practice.”

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Hickman County Military Club makes largest donation to Hugs Project

The Hickman County Military Club raised $3061 for the Hugs Project of West Kentucky. The Club donated $2000 to send packages to troops in the Middle East for Christmas. Then they gave an additional $1061 to send care packages in January to the troops.

According to Hugs Director Gayron Ferguson, it was the largest donation received all year.

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Editorials

TSA's intrusions undermine security

Editor's Note: This is Senator Paul's account of his encounter with TSA at the Nashville airport. This editorial originally appeared in The Washington Times 1-20-12.

...I refused an unnecessary patdown and stood up for my rights as an American citizen. This is a battle Americans face every time they fly. It is my firm belief that TSA should not have such broad authority to violate our constitutional rights in ineffective and invasive physical searches, thus I will further push for the reinstatement of traveler privacy and rights. I will be proposing legislation that will allow for adults to be rescreened if they so choose...

(January 23, 2012) -

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