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Showing 4 articles from June 9, 2015.

FrontPage News

NAPA Ad - violence at the science fair

NAPA Auto has a new marketing theme for its Legend Battery line; violence is the way to get ahead. "Robot" is the story of a Dad helping Junior win the community science fair.

Is this the lesson our children need to be learning?

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Politics & Government

Governor names new press secretary

In the reality of the Governor's Office, there are two times to quickly name a press secretary.

The first one is during the transition from election into operations of the Governor's Office. The second time is usually six months out from the governor leaving the office. At this point in the administration, nonmerit people start to leave for other jobs.

That is what has just happened with Governor Steve Beshear's administration. Long serving (5 years) Press Secretary Kerri Richardson has resigned to take on a new life outside the unreal intensity of answering reporters' questions on a 24 hour cycle.

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Arts & Entertainment

Students attend Music-Art-Drama Camp (or MAD-Camp)
Cletus Murphy taught dance at MAD Camp.
Students attend Music-Art-Drama Camp (or MAD-Camp)

(Clinton, KY) - Fifteen middle school students enjoyed a week of singing, dancing, drama and art at the first MAD (Music, Art, Dance/Drama) Camp. A cooperative event of the Hickman County Arts Council and the Hickman County UK Extension Service, a group of talented teachers shared their talents with the receptive and appreciative audience.

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Community and Regional News

Young Historians Research Local History
L to R front row: Stormie Blanton, Beth Moon, Alex Spencer, Kelsi Bullington. Back row: Jackson Latham, Isabella Buckingham, Brianna Stairs, Bobbi Crumble, Caitlin Tincher, Alexandra Riddle, hannah Carroll, Makayla Hardin
Young Historians Research Local History

Hickman County eighth graders presented research on the Trail of Tears, the early history of their county - the first of the Jackson Purchase Counties and of little Columbus, once a thriving commerce center before great floods swept the lower town into history.

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