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Thu March 19, 2009
Beshear presents Homeland Security money to Western Kentucky
By Chad Lampe
Murray, Ky – Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear visited Western Kentucky today to distribute homeland security funds to area law enforcement, first responders, and firefighters. Beshear was in Murray this morning and presented ceremonial checks to the Calloway County Fiscal Court, the City of Murray, and Murray State University. The funds will allow for expanded radio service for the county and city. Murray State's portion of the funding will be spent toward upgrading computer systems to help manage local incidents. Beshear also made stops in Benton, Lyon County, and Paducah.