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Grimes in the Purchase Friday and Saturday
Grimes in the Purchase Friday and Saturday

Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes will be the keynote speaker in the annual Jefferson Jackson dinner in Murray. Democrats from across Kentucky will gather in the Curris Center to hear their best hope for sending a Democrat to the U. S. Senate.

On Saturday, Grimes will tour Carlisle, Hickman, Fulton and Ballard Counties (see schedule below) in what the campaign is calling a jobs tour.

9:45 AM – 10:30 AM: Hickman, Fulton County -- Citizens Bank -- 1522 Union City Hwy, Hickman, KY 42050

11:00 AM– 11:45 AM: Clinton, Hickman County -- Clinton Women’s Club (Public Library) -- East Jackson St, Clinton, KY 42031

12:15 AM – 1:00 PM: Bardwell, Carlisle County -- 51 Grill -- 464 US 51 N, Bardwell, KY 42023

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EDELEN OUT OF  GOVERNOR’S RACE
Auditor Adam Edelen in Murray - running for another term.
EDELEN OUT OF GOVERNOR’S RACE

Late Tuesday night, June 17, 2014, Kentucky State Auditor Adam Edelen, announced that he would not run to be Kentucky’s next governor...

In addition to his stated reason - strain on his family - there's a backstory to why he's not seeking the top state spot.

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Education

Morehead State University Earth and Space Sciences
Morehead State University Earth and Space Sciences

Morehead State University has an almost secret program for embracing the challenges of a demanding 21st century better than any other Kentucky.

It has a space program.

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Speaker Stumbo honors retiring MSU Dr. Jack Rose
Speaker of the House, Greg Stumbo (center) accompanied by Jon Akers, Executive Director of Kentucky Center for School Safety (left) honor Dr. Jack Rose for dedication to education in his 49-year career
Speaker Stumbo honors retiring MSU Dr. Jack Rose

Dr. Jack Rose was honored on his impending retirement June 30, 2014, by the Board of the Kentucky Center for School Safety at their June 17th meeting in Frankfort. The Honorable Greg Stumbo, Speaker of the House, addressed the KCSS Board Members, staff and visitors bestowing Rose a well-deserved plaque for exemplary service and leadership during his 49-year career in secondary and post-secondary education.

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Community and Regional News

Public Storm Damages Increase Due to Farm Operations
Ditch along Highway 58 in Graves County has grown to depth of utility pole. Notice bridge repairs in foreground..
Public Storm Damages Increase Due to Farm Operations

Ravaging rains, sometimes as much as 4” to 8” falling in one storm, have escalated the debate over who pays for storm damages. New concerns at the public government levels are growing over how much structural damage is being caused by massive new storm waters runoff in public places.

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