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Showing 5 articles from April 30, 2014.

FrontPage News

WPSD Channel 6 reports on Historical Society rebirth
Elizabeth Fields and Randall Barnes behind the camera at the Historical Society.
WPSD Channel 6 reports on Historical Society rebirth

Reporter Elizabeth Fields and cameraman Randall Barnes spent an afternoon in Clinton catching up on the progress of the Historical Society building.

Elizabeth and Randall got the full treatment from my favorite historian.

Follow the link and get 2 1/2 minutes of local history.

(Thanks Elizabeth and Randall for being so nice!)

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Ledbetter Bridge in danger of immediate collapse

West Kentucky Star is reporting that the Ledbetter Bridge which connects McCracken and Livingston Counties is in danger of "immediate collapse."

The bridge has dropped two feet overnight.

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Politics & Government

Overview of Legislative Action for 2014 Kentucky General Assembly

FRANKFORT -- The Kentucky General Assembly’s 2014 regular session ended this evening, capping off a session in which lawmakers approved the state’s next two-year budget and measures that will impact people throughout the state.

Since the session’s start in early January, lawmakers have approved measures to allow medical use of cannabis oil, create an adult abuse registry, prevent children from buying electronic cigarettes, establish a two-year plan for road and bridge construction, improve the juvenile justice system, and establish legal protections for victims of human trafficking.

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Arts & Entertainment

“Wow! What a Winter!” 2014 Photo Contest  entries
"Deliver Me" by Sheri Roberts was one of the photos entered.
“Wow! What a Winter!” 2014 Photo Contest entries

The Hickman County Arts Council's Wow! What a Winter Photo Contest didn't have many entries. Fortunately, the ones entered were outstanding.

To see all of the photos in a slide show, follow the jump.

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Community and Regional News

Open for business. Historical Society launches new era
WPSD TV crew films at the empty hole left by Historical Society buliding. Reporter Elizabeth Fields in green. Photo by Gaye Bencini, HC Times
Open for business. Historical Society launches new era

Coming from a hole in the ground to a new building, Hickman County Historical & Genealogical Society members crowed at their open house during the Chicken Festival. 


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