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Changing Weather Patterns in West Kentucky
Winter 2014 "A Winter Battle Zone" for snowfall averages. NOAA map
Changing Weather Patterns in West Kentucky

Weather is local. Climate is global.

In the twenty counties of West Kentucky climate and weather are coming together to increasingly affect the way West Kentuckians live and work.

From 2004 through 2014, there have been over two hundred severe weather events that have caused hundreds of millions of dollars for damages and have killed people.

West Kentucky is a mixing area for storms.

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Changing Weather Patterns in West Kentucky
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Politics & Government

Three names to go to Gov. for KY Sup. Ct.
FRANKFORT, Ky., Feb. 26, 2015 - The Judicial Nominating Commission, led by Chief Justice of Kentucky John D. Minton Jr., today announced nominees to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat for the 7th Appellate Court District. The district is comprised of 22 counties in Eastern Kentucky. The vacancy was created when Justice Will T. Scott stepped down Jan. 2 to run for Kentucky governor.
The three attorneys named as nominees to fill the vacancy are David Allen Barber of Prestonsburg, Roger Donald Riggs of Mount Sterling and Janet L. Stumbo of Van Lear.
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Education

"Textbooks profits benefit publisher, not University"

Students in the United States spend $655 each year on required course material according to NACS meaning textbook publishers are making, on average, $506.97 per college student. And the cost of textbooks is continuing to climb...

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