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Politics & Government

There's plenty to do in Hickman County! Interagency Council members share plans for fall
Front row: Leanna Wilkerson, Deena Pittman, Becky Seaton, Laura Poole & Lilly, Liz Jewell, Melissa Goodman, back row L to R Ken Jewell, Beverly Hopkins, Vicki Batts, Jason Batts, Mattea Mitchell, Lisa Adams, Kenny Wiilson
There's plenty to do in Hickman County! Interagency Council members share plans for fall

(Clinton, KY - September 4, 2015) The Hickman County Interagency Council met at the Extension Office on James Phillip Drive on Friday morning. The group shared news of what their groups and agencies are up to this fall. Representatives of the two local nursing homes, churches, business and volunteer agencies come together quarterly.

Melissa Goodman, Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences in Hickman County opened the meeting by first asking participants to limit their reports to three minutes then repeating the goal of the group is "working together to strengthen Hickman County."

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Education

Symsonia students place well in 4-H archery competition
Emma Hancock and Gracie Johnson
Symsonia students place well in 4-H archery competition

Watch out Katniss Everdeen!

Graves County has two up and coming archers in Emma Hancock, Gracie Johnson- 6th graders at Symsonia Elementary.

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Editorials

Ad misleads voters on ACA effect on hospitals

Dear Editor:

The Republican Governors Association along with Americans for Prosperity, a Koch-funded PAC, have financed a misleading ad going out to KYians where they paraphrase an excerpt in a Kentucky Hospital Association "white paper" to imply that the ACA is responsible for jobs lost at KY hospitals.

But this ad is contrary to what KHA President Michael Rust has said that most of the hospitals' layoffs have NOT been a result of the ACA law....

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Community and Regional News

Berry Craig meets a game changer
Scott Prouty and Berry Craig
Berry Craig meets a game changer

Western Kentucky labor activist and author Berry Craig poses with Scott Prouty -- the guy who caught Romney's "47 percent" crack on video.

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DPA hosts 5K for Ronald McDonald house
Josh Massie puts finishing touches on race registration.
DPA hosts 5K for Ronald McDonald house

UNION CITY, TN- On your mark, get set....go to Discovery Park of America for its first 5K race, a Fun Run and the chance to meet Ronald McDonald in person! October the 3rd is the date as Discovery Park of America is teaming up with McDonald's to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House in Memphis.

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