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McGrath on a barnstorming campaign flying herself across Kentucky
Senate candidate Amy McGrath in Murray - E Jewell photo
McGrath on a barnstorming campaign flying herself across Kentucky

Using a skill honed in the Marines, Amy McGrath is piloting herself around Kentucky in her campaign to defeat Senator Mitch McConnell.

McGrath was in Murray on Tuesday and Mayfield the week before. She will be at Kenlake Resort Park in Marshall County this Saturday at 4:30 central time for a get out the vote event with local Democratic candidates.

While audiences have been small, outdoors, masked and socially distanced, those who show up come away enthusiastic.

Clinton resident, Elizabeth Jewell, drove to Murray on Tuesday to see McGrath. "I had a few doubts about Amy at first but seeing her at the debate and in person, I had no doubt--she could be a powerful new voice in the senate" she said.

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Clardy receives regional history award
Dr. Brian Clardy, MSU professor, awarded by Jackson Purchase Historical Society
Clardy receives regional history award

The Jackson Purchase Historical Society announced that Brian K. Clardy, Associate Professor of History at Murray State University, has received the Dr. Lonnie E. Maness Award for the outstanding article in the Journal of the Jackson Purchase Historical Society in 2020. Dr. Clardy's article, "Blood at the Root: A Historiographical Commentary on Lynching in America"

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