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Can coal be revived with the stroke of a pen?
Coal is the black line going down. Natural gas is the brown line going up.
Can coal be revived with the stroke of a pen?

Governor Matt Bevin issued a statement today applauding President Trump's rollback of President Obama's environmental protection executive orders.

Will it help the coal industry? Not really.

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Education

 Award-winning broadcast anchor receives 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award
Amy Bryan Watson, a 1989 MSU grad, currently appears on WTVF in Nashville.
Award-winning broadcast anchor receives 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award

MURRAY, Ky. -- Amy Bryan Watson, award-winning broadcast anchor and journalist, was recently named one of the 2017 recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Award.

Watson will be honored at the Distinguished Alumni Award banquet to be held April 21 at 6 p.m. in the CFSB's Center Murray Room and will have the opportunity to speak about her professional experiences. The banquet is open to the public with tickets available for $30 at murraystate.edu/distinguishedalumni until April 14.

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