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- What Kentucky Teachers Think Of Their Schools, Education Department Releases Survey Results
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- Survey Finds McConnell Leading Over Democratic Challengers
Mon September 17, 2012
Afternoon Round-Up 9/16/12
Today on NPR: Krumping is a form of dance that originated in California and — with the help of DVDs and the Internet — has made its way to Dunbar and other kids in the West African nation of Liberia. Founded by freed American slaves, the country embraces all things American.
Around the Commonwealth:
- Hopkinsville breaks ground tomorrow on the city’s new municipal center.
- Wickliffe and Columbus, Kentucky, are among cities from ten states partnering to build a Mississippi River legislative platform.
- A Democratic super PAC that was active in last year's governor's race is taking part in legislative races this fall.
- The 2012 Kentucky Historic Preservation Conference begins this week in of Princeton.