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Senator Paul discusses health care law in Paducah med forum
Sen. Rand Paul listens to a question at Paducah medical town hall
Senator Paul discusses health care law in Paducah med forum

(Paducah, KY April 18, 2017) - Senator Rand Paul was in his comfort zone addressing doctors and nurses. Senator/Dr. Paul, dressed in a sports jacket over scrubs, addressing medical professionals in a health care town hall meeting at the Carson-Myre Heart Center Auditorium, Baptist Health Hospital.

...Now that the GOP controls the legislative and executive branches, what happened?

"We got weak kneed and said Ah, we can't repeal the whole thing. Let's repeal parts of it and replace it with more government stuff."

Insurance companies came in for a great deal of criticism. "I don't give a you know what for insurance companies. They made 6 billion dollars before Obamacare and then they made 12 billion under Obamacare."

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Rep. Comer holds town hall in Bardwell
Congressman Comer addresses town hall in Bardwell.
Rep. Comer holds town hall in Bardwell

(Bardwell KY - April 19, 2017) - First District Representative James Comer promised to hold a town hall meeting in every one of the 35 counties that make up his district. He visited his thirteenth this sunny Wednesday.

It wasn't a raucous crowd that greeted the Congressman in this small rural county for a morning session. Older, whiter, rural constituents listened quietly as Comer spoke at length on the three issues he is hearing most about: foreign affairs, tax reform and health care.

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Looking to 2019 - Can Bevin hold power?
Looking to 2019 - Can Bevin hold power?

Will Governor Bevin keep control of Kentucky politics and political power in Frankfort until 2019?

The answer is a "resounding YES!"

Right now, he has the best hand in the political poker game.

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How Governor Bevin makes mistakes in 2018

Governor Bevin is on the path to be a one term governor and

lose control of the Kentucky House of Representatives

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Editorials

Garan reunion recalls glory days for local workers
Cutting, assembling, sewing, finishing garments requires skill and concentration.
Garan reunion recalls glory days for local workers

Those who sit in the halls of power and call garment making "low skilled labor" have obviously never made a shirt from a bolt of cloth...

It seems a cruel joke that while 350 workers in Clinton Kentucky lost their jobs, Garan still has an office on 5th Avenue in the Big Apple.

It's also a cruel joke to use jobs, jobs, jobs for politicians to climb up the political ladder. But the promise will keep working as long as workers want to believe.

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Technology & Science

Students teams secure places in Idea State U finals
Bilingual Buddies, a company founded by Murray State students (from left to right) Willis Holmes, Corie Fitch and Edward Milan, won a spot in the business plan finals.
Students teams secure places in Idea State U finals

Bilingual Buddies, a company founded by Murray State students Edward Milan, Willis Holmes and Corie Fitch, won a spot in the business plan finals. Bilingual Buddies are interactive stuffed pets that teach children another language though interaction. With the special software app that has been developed, a child can speak to their pet in English, and it will repeat their words back to them in another language.

Three additional teams who work with the Kentucky Innovation Network office at Murray State placed in the finals. They are from Hopkinsville Community College and the University Of Kentucky Paducah School Of Engineering.

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WKCTC hosts presentation on August 21 eclipse
Solar eclipse - when the moon obscurs the sun. USDA Forest Service photo
WKCTC hosts presentation on August 21 eclipse

West Kentucky Community and Technical College is offering a presentation to discuss August's total solar eclipse. The public is invited to the free, one-hour presentation Monday, April 24 at 11 a.m. in Waller Hall 112.

Dr. Victor Taveras, WKCTC's assistant professor of physics and astronomy, will discuss the science behind the rare total solar eclipse that will occur Monday, August 21, 2017 - the first total solar eclipse visible from the southeastern United States in over 45 years.

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