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2:08 pm
Fri October 16, 2009

The 104 Newscast on October 16, 2009. From the WKMS News Team.

Murray, Ky – The 104 Newscast on October 16, 2009. From the WKMS News Team.

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Local Features
12:00 pm
Fri October 16, 2009

Updates in the Saga of Paducah's Executive Inn

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Paducah, KY – The arduous saga of Paducah's Executive Inn has been a headache for the city for quite some time now. Its tale brims with financial woes and broken promises. All the while, officials keep their fingers crossed year to year to land the annual American Quilter's Society Show and Contest. It has been a staple of tourism in Paducah for 25 years now and brings in some $20 million to the area each show. Chris Taylor has updates on new developments regarding the Big E.

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Local Features
10:55 am
Fri October 16, 2009

Updates in the Saga of Paducah's Executive Inn

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Paducah, KY – The arduous saga of Paducah's Executive Inn has been a headache for the city for quite some time now. Its tale brims with financial woes and broken promises. All the while, officials keep their fingers crossed year to year to land the annual American Quilter's Society Show and Contest. It has been a staple of tourism in Paducah for 25 years now and brings in some $20 million to the area each show. Chris Taylor has updates on new developments regarding the Big E.

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Local Features
10:42 am
Fri October 16, 2009

Peace Corps Writers Award winner reads at Murray State

Murray, KY – 2009 Maria Thomas Peace Corps Writers Award for Fiction winner Barry Kitterman is guest author for the Murray State University Reading Series this coming Thursday in MSU's Clara M. Eagle Gallery. The Austin Peay State University faculty member's novel The Baker's Boy came out last year. Kate Lochte speaks with Barry Kitterman.

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Higher Education
10:32 am
Fri October 16, 2009

October interview with MSU President, Dr. Randy Dunn

Murray State President
Dr. Randy Dunn

Murray, KY – Every month, Murray State President Dr. Randy Dunn and WKMS News Director Chad Lampe sit down to discuss what's happening in and around the MSU community. This week, the kickoff of Murray State's capital campaign and the university's strategy to meet Kentucky's 12 by 12 enrollment goals.

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Newscasts
9:48 am
Fri October 16, 2009

The 806 Newscast on October 16, 2009. From the WKMS News Team.

Murray, Ky – The 806 Newscast on October 16, 2009. From the WKMS News Team.

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Datebook
9:45 am
Fri October 16, 2009

A datebook of regional events for October 16, 2009 from WKMS.

Murray, Ky – A datebook of regional events for October 16, 2009 from WKMS.

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Regional Headlines
9:00 am
Fri October 16, 2009

Pre-Dawn Ceremony Scheduled for Soldiers Return

Fort Campbell, KY – A welcome home ceremony is scheduled this weekend for soldiers returning to Fort Campbell. Approximately 60 soldiers are scheduled to return at 2:15 Sunday morning. The soldiers are members of the 159th Combat Aviation Brigade, and have been on a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan. The 159th still has soldiers in Afghanistan who are expected to return to Fort Campbell by the end of the year.

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Regional Headlines
8:56 am
Fri October 16, 2009

Henry Co. School Board Taking Applications (Again); Approve Sex Ed

Paris, TN – In a 4-1 decision, the Henry County School board voted to reopen the application process for the open director of schools position. Nine candidates have been interviewed and three finalists will still be considered. Board members cited the lack of a wow factor' as the reasoning for the decision. The Paris Post Intelligencer reports the school system will be accepting new applications through November 30th.

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Regional Headlines
8:53 am
Fri October 16, 2009

Fiscal Court Hears Ballard Jail Needs

Wickliffe, KY – The needs of Ballard County's jail took priority at a special-called meeting yesterday. Members of the county's Fiscal Court listened to a list of replacement costs for equipment. Cost estimates to fix and upgrade the 13-year-old facility are upwards of $175,000; that's nearly 15% more than the jail's annual budget. The Paducah Sun reports replacing the lighting-and-door control system and installing a new ventilation system take top priority. Next week, the fiscal court plans to discuss financing options.

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