Sydni Anderson

Student Reporter

Sydni Anderson is an undergraduate student at Murray State University, majoring in Pre-Medicine and Public Relations. Born on Fort Campbell, Sydni has lived between Kentucky and Tennessee for most of her life.

In high school, she traveled with her school’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter to Atlanta, Chicago, and Nashville, competing in website and digital design events.

In addition to reporting for WKMS, she writes for the features section at the Murray State News.

Sydni enjoys photography, travel and music. She spends most of her time hitting the books and watching dramas.

James Gallimore via Facebook

The owner of an electrical contracting company in Murray is entering the race for Calloway County Judge Executive in 2018.

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Republican Kentucky State Senator C.B. Embry, Jr. is running for re-election next year for the Sixth District seat representing Hopkins, Muhlenberg, Ohio and Butler counties.

Kentucky State Police

Kentucky State Police are looking for an escapee from Marshall County Jail.

Matt Markgraf, WKMS

The City of Paducah is holding a meeting Monday to review the city’s Comprehensive Storm Water Master Plan. 

Murray State University

Murray State University is looking back on John F. Kennedy’s campaign in the Jackson Purchase region and the 1960 presidential election in a new museum exhibit.

CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE LOCAL GOVERNMENT VIA FACEBOOK

The Hopkinsville City Council passed a resolution this week stating the city’s support of separating the County Employees Retirement System from the state system.

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The candidate filing period for the 2018 election cycle has opened in Kentucky with a new filing portal for candidates on the Secretary of State's website.

ERICA PETERSON, WFPL

A new business agreement between a Wickliffe fishery and a Chinese technology company could mean more jobs for the region.

Kentucky State FOP

A lobbyist for the Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police said components of the proposed pension bill are problematic.

McCracken County Public Library via Facebook

The McCracken County Public Library is designing and implementing coding programs for local youth through a $20,000 dollar national grant.

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