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Thu June 7, 2012
Afternoon Round-Up 6/7/12
Around the Commonwealth:
Paducah Public Schools will use a state grant to hire a full-time coordinator to work with homeless students.
Former Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer has put his Frankfort home up for sale a month after a bank filed a foreclosure lawsuit on the property.
Groups that support so-called "right to work" laws are looking to pass such a measure in Kentucky.
The majority of the state's public universities are not following the University of Kentucky's lead in laying off a large number of employees to balance the budget.
The two people who embezzled more than $200,000 from the Paducah/McCracken County Convention and Expo Center will serve two year and 18 month respective prison sentences.