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Education

WKCTC deadline approaching
WKCTC deadline approaching

PADUCAH, KY (February 27, 2017) - The deadline to apply for a 2017-18 scholarship at West Kentucky Community and Technical College is Wednesday, March 1 by noon.

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Across the miles: Wingo 4th graders skype with others
Wingo 4th graders listen to other students on skype.
Across the miles: Wingo 4th graders skype with others

Wingo Elementary 4th graders had the opportunity to talk with other 4th graders from Colorado, Minnesota, and Texas on Valentine's Day!

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HCHS students skype with author
HCHS Book Club skypes with author Courtney C. Stevens.
HCHS students skype with author

Comprised of avid readers, members of the HCHS Book Club recently had the opportunity to meet Courtney C. Stevens, a successful young adult author.

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Business

Commonwealth has a growing export industry
Cars, like Bowling Green's Corvette, are fueling export growth
Commonwealth has a growing export industry

Kentucky export trade sets new record at $29 billion in 2016

Aerospace, motor vehicles and pharmaceuticals remain state's top exports

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Letters to the Editor

Concerns that bill to separate county retirement from state goes farther

...I write to you today because of my concerns about Senate Bill 226. This bill is 376 pages long and has passed out of committee. The bill seeks to separate CERS from KRS administration, but goes beyond separation. I have a concern it will be used to reduce existing benefits, contrary to KY Revised Statute 78.852, by nullifying the inviolable contract provisions of 78.852.

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Community and Regional News

SB 214 changes to net metering, fees for rooftop solar

Kentuckians for the Commonwealth sent out an action alert this morning about a bill on fast track to approval. If you've ever considered solar panels (or you have them already) - this bill affects you.

Senate Bill 214 - SB 214 crushes customer choice by imposing unfair costs and rules on rooftop solar and other distributed renewable energy systems. It rewards monopoly electric utilities while banning community solar solutions...

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