Morning Cram
9:43 am
Mon July 8, 2013

The Morning Cram [Bridge to the middle of the month edition]

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From NPR: Ancient seeds show agriculture first grew in Iran, 12 thousand years ago.

Kentucky: The contractor for U.S. 51 bridge repair pushes the start date back past the 15th of July.  A Fulton County man faces off against police, and is now in a Memphis hospital in critical condition.  A Versailles businessman is tapped to head Kentucky Correctional Industries.

Tennessee: The state's Board of Education draws sharp criticism from teachers over pay.  Tennessee offenders can pay fees and fines online or on the phone.

Illinois: Illinois' pension panel meets today to address the nation's largest pension shortfall.

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