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A Mighty Damned Fine Preacher - Julian Carroll comes home
McCracken native former Governor Julian Carroll was back home on Saturday.
A Mighty Damned Fine Preacher - Julian Carroll comes home

(October 11, 2014) - Former Kentucky governor and current Kentucky state Senator Julian Carroll returned home on Saturday and couldn't stop grinnin'..

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Minimum wage not just for entry level youths

New Report: More than One in Five Louisville Workers Would Benefit

from Proposed Minimum Wage Increase

Workers to Benefit Are Overwhelmingly Adults,

Most Are Women and Full-Time Workers

Editor's Note: During his KET Kentucky Tonight appearance on 10/13/14, Sen. McConnell insisted that minimum wage is for entry level youths. According to the linked report, that is not an accurate statement.

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Politics & Government

133,000  Kentuckians tuned in last night
Sen. McConnell and Sec. Grimes made KET No. 1 in last night's PBS ratings.
133,000 Kentuckians tuned in last night

KET spokesperson Todd Piccirilli just announced that last night's Kentucky Tonight program w/ Sen. McConnell and Sec. Grimes rated a 5.9 out of an 8 share in the Louisville market. That makes it the highest rated show on PBS nationally last night.

KET estimates are that 133,000 Kentuckians tuned in to watch the two candidates discuss issues with host Bill Goodman.

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Community and Regional News

Dr. Jack Rose using social media in run for Murray mayor
Dr. Jack Rose - door to door in his run for Murray mayor
Dr. Jack Rose using social media in run for Murray mayor

Retired MSU dean and Calloway County Schools administrator Dr. Jack Rose is running for elected office for the first time ever.

His "Walk Across Murray" campaign is being posted on Facebook - neighborhood by neighborhood. The veteran educator is seamlessly blending new social media with an old fashioned press the flesh door to door strategy.

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