Morning Cram

Morning Cram
8:34 am
Thu May 10, 2012

the morning cram [takin' it to the bridge edition]


Engineers hope to fit a replacement span into the Eggner's Ferry Bridge by the weekend.

Republican voter registrations in Kentucky are outpacing Democratic ones.

Fort Campbell will hold a drill for first responders on, and off, post.

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Morning Cram
9:12 am
Wed April 25, 2012

the morning cram [the Learning Liquor Edition]

Paducah City Commissioners say wait staff serving liquor by the drink in the city limits will need training.

Governor Steve Beshear announces 80 new jobs for Cadiz.

Where will you be come primary day in Kentucky?  If you're on the road, consider voting absentee.

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Morning Cram
8:35 am
Mon April 2, 2012

the morning cram [the more things change, the more they stay the same edition]

Library of Congress

Three score and 12 years ago, America was in a very different place — economically and culturally. The National Archives has released detailed data from the 1940 census, giving us an idea of how much — or how little — things have really changed.

NPR reports the public will have the chance to pick through more than 3.8 million digital images of census schedules, maps and other data from 72 years ago.

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Morning Cram
8:31 am
Fri March 30, 2012

the morning cram [the rapprochement edition]

Wikimedia Commons

Amidst the racial and religious fear gripping the country, French citizens find a new sense of solidarity.

NPR reports French citizens of all stripes came together to honor the victims of the self-proclaimed Al Qaeda terrorist. Solidarity is the order of the day while the national debate over immigration continues.

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Morning Cram
8:39 am
Mon March 26, 2012

the morning cram [are we there yet? edition]

NPR reports the Supreme Court  begins the first of three days of oral arguments on President Obama's health care law today. The court has boiled the arguments down to four key questions. First up: Does the court even have to hear this case right now?

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Morning Cram
9:16 am
Fri March 2, 2012

the morning cram [it was a funny angle edition]

NPR reports transportation secretary Ray LaHood sent a letter to lawmakers yesterday urging a delay in regulations which would force the industry to install rear view cameras on all new cars.

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Morning Cram
11:55 am
Thu December 15, 2011

the morning cram [there's no place like home edition]

Nine years of war in Iraq is symbolically coming to an end.NPR reports the number of troops in Iraq has fallen from 20,000 to 4,000. Hopefully the real end is on its way as well.

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