Regional Headlines
3:01 pm
Fri June 12, 2009

Calloway County Strikes Debris Deal with Paper Mill

Murray, KY – Calloway County's debris from January's ice storm will soon be used as fuel at a Wickliffe, Kentucky paper mill. Currently the debris piled high at the city transfer station will be ground up and taken to the New Page paper mill. The company plans to burn the debris as boiler fuel. City Street Superintendent Ron Allbritten says Murray's debris alone amounted to over 1,600 tons. Decker Logging of Henry County, Tennessee will be handling the chipping process, which is expected to take about two weeks.

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2:48 pm
Fri June 12, 2009

Cadets Graduate

Frankfort, KY – Kentucky's "Thin Gray Line" just got a little stronger. Thirty-four new state troopers graduated from the Kentucky State Police Academy in Frankfort, bringing the agency's operational force to 928 troopers. But Commissioner Rodney Brewer says that's still well below KSP's authorized troop strength of one-thousand-70.

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Regional Headlines
1:42 pm
Fri June 12, 2009

Owners of Former Hospital Site Mulling Options

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Regional Headlines
12:32 pm
Fri June 12, 2009

Inmates Escape in Hardin County

Elizabethtown, IL – The Hardin County, Illinois Sheriff's Department is looking for two inmates who escaped this morning from the county jail. Hardin Sheriff Tom Seiner says Randall Warren and Dwayne Bruce were on recreational time when they fled the facility. Wayne and Bruce were last seen wearing jail uniforms and could be driving a stolen car. Officials have not released any other information.

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Datebook
12:02 pm
Fri June 12, 2009

A datebook of regional events for June 12, 2009. From WKMS.

Murray, KY – A datebook of regional events for June 12, 2009. From WKMS.

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Regional Headlines
11:45 am
Fri June 12, 2009

WKCTC Announces New Training Center

Paducah, KY – West Kentucky Community and Technical College announced plans for a new Skilled Craft Training Center yesterday. The college will build its new center in the Twin Hills Building near Mayfield. The WKCTC foundation, signed a memorandum with the Lay Family Foundation in St. Louis for $1.5 million to help fund the project. Officials plan to offer courses on wielding, ventilation, air conditioning and automotive technology. They will add other programs based on community need.

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Local Features
10:55 am
Fri June 12, 2009

"Beyond the wins and losses"

Boston, MA – Beyond the wins and losses, as he has followed the sports news recently, commentator Bill Littlefield feels he's been learning more than he has any right to know.

Bill Littlefield hosts NPR's Only a Game, where you can learn more than you may need to know Saturday mornings at 6.

See more about Only a Game, produced by WBUR in Boston.

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Local Features
10:55 am
Fri June 12, 2009

SHIP Rescue takes flight

Ziggy the Rooster

Almo, KY – Now that spring has come to a close, a local woman is working round the clock to expand her burgeoning chicken rescue in time for next year's spring chick season. The Almo woman, who recently started Special Home for Injured Poultry rescue, says chickens are more than just lunch on legs. Carrie Pond has more.

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Local Features
10:53 am
Fri June 12, 2009

"Sugar" at Maiden Alley Cinema

Paducah, KY – With the 4th of July less than a month away, you may be in the market for a movie about baseball. Playing this week at Paducah's Maiden Alley, is Sugar from directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck. A young man from the Dominican Republic travels to Iowa hoping to make it in the big leagues and learns about America, its people, and the national pastime. Todd Hatton speaks with Larry Thomas about the film.

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Local Features
10:51 am
Fri June 12, 2009

Columbine author visits Paducah

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