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4:52 pm
Sat April 23, 2011

FLW Outdoors Fishing Report April 21:Brush Hogs, Sexy Shad Spoons and Curly-Tailed Jigs... Oh My!

Scott Ellison

Murray, KY – So are you up on your zoom brush hogs, sexy shad spoons and curly-tailed jigs? Learn more with the FLW Outdoors Fishing Report!

Next the FLW Outdoors Fishing Report, but first a disclaimer: this commentary contains language, like "lipless crankbaits," that may be puzzling to non-anglers.

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12:10 pm
Fri April 15, 2011

Commentary: Book burning and verbal bombs at home and abroad

Richard Nelson

Murray, KY – On March 20, Florida pastor Terry Jones held a self-styled mock trial in which he burned a Quran at his church in Orlando. The desecration sparked a wave of protests in Afghanistan, which left dozens dead. Commentator Richard Nelson says the book burning is troubling, but pales in comparison to the violent response overseas, where the freedom of speech and the right to articulate opinions are not respected.

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12:01 pm
Fri April 15, 2011

Commentary: Unfathomable feats achieved by humans

Justice Bill Cunningham

Murray, KY – It's been 6 Months since the last of 33 Chilean Miners were rescued from a Copper Mine. The world was captivated by the amazing determination of the miners and the rescuers efforts. Kentucky Supreme Court Justice, Judge Bill Cunningham has this take on the human conditions surrounding the sometimes unfathomable feats achieved by humans.

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11:57 am
Mon April 11, 2011

Commentary: Safely Navigating the Waterways

Alan Wade

Murray, KY – Navigational rules make our lakes safer. U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary member Alan Wade reflects on what boaters need to learn before hitting the lakes.

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2:42 pm
Fri April 8, 2011

FLW Outdoors Fishing Report 5: 2011 College Fishing National Championship

Scott Ellison

Murray, KY – Commentator Scott Ellison on this week's National Guard/FLW College Fishing National Championship competition and festival based at Murray State's CFSB Center. He talks about the College Fishing National Championship competition on Kentucky Lake, about the anglers and the festival at the CFSB Center in Murray.

Scott Ellison is a lifelong fisherman and FLW Outdoors College Fishing Promotions Manager.

 

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1:41 pm
Fri April 1, 2011

Commentary: Boating Safely in Cold Weather

Al Wade

Kuttawa, Ky – Our waterways hold danger in cold weather. Alan Wade is a member of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, and next he reviews facts about hypothermia, cold shock, and tips to remember before setting out when it's cold.

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2:45 pm
Thu March 31, 2011

FLW Outdoors Fishing Report 4: Balmy weather helps fishing

Scott Ellison

Murray, KY –

Scott Ellison here with the FLW Outdoors Lakeland Fishing Report

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1:28 pm
Fri March 25, 2011

The Effects of Water Levels on Safe Boating

Al Wade

Kuttawa, Ky – Those bathtub rings on the shorelines of our lakes testify to changing lake levels. Alan Wade is a member of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, and next he explains how varying water levels affect boating.

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2:35 pm
Mon March 21, 2011

Commentary: Justice Cunningham on city preservation

Justice Bill Cunningham, kybar.org

Murray, KY – A decade ago, many communities in our region suffered a similar problem. Their downtowns were dying. Old buildings had fallen into disrepair, and many historic places faced extinction. But revitalization efforts have sprung up in many towns, such as Murray's Main Street Program, Paducah's Renaissance Alliance, and Princeton's Paint the Town. Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham is an advocate for city preservation. Cunningham praises the citizens who've had the vision to keep history alive.

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1:01 pm
Fri March 18, 2011

Commentary: Ending the exploitation of women

Richard Nelson

Murray, KY – Last month, Senate Bill 9 - also known as The Ultrasound Bill - and several other pro-life measures that would strengthen the Kentucky's abortion laws were struck down by the Health and Welfare Committee. Commentator Richard Nelson says the denial of ultrasound informed consent treats Kentucky women as second-class citizens.

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