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Governor Beshear - a maybe on signing hemp bill and a faint maybe on pension reform this session
Governor Beshear - concerns about hemp remain
Governor Beshear - a maybe on signing hemp bill and a faint maybe on pension reform this session

(Fulton KY) Governor Beshear was in Fulton Monday to announce a new factory. When asked if he would sign Senate Bill 50, the industrial hemp bill born in the Kentucky Senate and stalled in the House, Beshear answered with a resounding "Maybe."

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Education

Hickman County High students bring home wins from FBLA
Something to cheer about - 22 HCHS students win trophies at FBLA regionals
Hickman County High students bring home wins from FBLA

(Clinton KY) - Twenty two Hickman County High School students took home trophies from FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Kentucky regional competition Monday at Murray State University.Of those 22, twelve took Hickman County High's newest college class - Introduction to Public Speaking. 

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Graves County High students win at FBLA
Graves County High students win at FBLA

GCHS AT FBLA REGIONALS – Graves County High School students recently won awards at Murray State University in Future Business Leaders of America regional competition. Cody Jones was elected Region 1 Parliamentarian.

For a list of Graves County High FBLA winners, follow the jump.

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Lone Oak students read to tots for day of caring
Lone Oak students read to tots for day of caring

Lone Oak High School seniors Ben Caito and Zach Douglas read to children at Western Baptist Child Development Center as part of the high school’s Day of Caring. Students worked at the daycare center and in the hospital on Monday.
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Community and Regional News

BE A FORCE OF NATURE: JOIN FEMA, KYEM DURING NATIONAL SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK
Severe weather can strike any time of year.
BE A FORCE OF NATURE: JOIN FEMA, KYEM DURING NATIONAL SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK

FRANKFORT, Ky. (March 5, 2013) - Kentucky Emergency Management (KYEM) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are teaming up to promote National Severe Weather Preparedness Week March 3-9. Sponsored by FEMA and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Severe Weather Preparedness Week encourages individuals, families, businesses and communities to know about severe weather risks, take action to prepare for them, and “Be a Force of Nature” by encouraging others to get prepared.

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Health & Wellness

Graves School Nurse honored
Graves County Schools' Nurse Rhonda Riley
Graves School Nurse honored
(Mayfield KY, Feb. 5, 2013) - The Graves County Schools’ Rhonda Riley was honored Monday, March 4, as the Kentucky School Nurses’ Association’s 2013 “Lucille Ross School Nurse of the Year” at the organization’s annual spring conference banquet in Lexington.
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Berry Craig's History Bits

McCracken Unionists condemn abolitionists and secessionists
On this date in 1863, McCracken County Union supporters were in high spirits following their “large and respectable meeting” in Paducah.

Dr. R.H. Hall chaired the gathering and Thomas M. Redd was secretary. The Union men nominated several delegates for the Union convention in Frankfort on March 18, according to the Louisville Journal.

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