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Volatile Pipeline to traverse Jackson Purchase
The repurposed pipeline will carry Bakken oil through far western Kentucky. Energy Transfer map
Volatile Pipeline to traverse Jackson Purchase

A natural gas pipeline is being refitted to carry light sweet crude oil from the North Dakota's Bakken oil fields to Texas. The pipeline will go through McCracken, Ballard, Carlisle, Hickman and Fulton Counties.

Pipelines carrying this kind of oil have exploded several times in the past few years. Emergency management officials in McCracken are getting the word out about how to deal with potential problems.

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Education

Graves High juniors Ethan Murphey, Mattison Sullivan set for 2016 Governor's School for the Arts at Centre College
Ethan Murphey and Mattison Sullivan will attend Governor\'s School for the Arts Summer 2016
Graves High juniors Ethan Murphey, Mattison Sullivan set for 2016 Governor's School for the Arts at Centre College

Graves County High School juniors Ethan Murphey (left) and Mattison Sullivan have performed in some of the same music and drama circles over the years. They attended Graves County Central Elementary, Middle School, and High School at the same time. Both recently qualified to participate in the prestigious Governor's School for the Arts program this summer at Centre College in Danville.

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Young Leaders in Action are Grand Showcase Champions
Kate Hogancamp, Emma Whitlock, Riley Barber, Gracie Lusk - winners of MSU Young Leaders competition
Young Leaders in Action are Grand Showcase Champions

Four Hickman County Middle School students set out to convince local officials that the sidewalks in Clinton, the county seat, were awful and needed to be fixed. Kate Hogancamp, Riley Barber, Gracie Lusk and Emma Whitlock traveled the sidewalks and took photos of the worst ones then they turned the photos into a powerpoint presentation....

They beat 9 other regional middle schools to win the Young Leaders in Action Competition sponsored by MSU. Their project on sidewalk improvements for the City of Clinton impressed a huge panel of judges to take Grand Showcase Champions. Their project will be sent to the National Legislative Conference in Dallas, Tx to compete against other Young Leaders in Actions

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