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Education
4:14 pm
Mon March 17, 2014

Irish Historian is Guest Speaker at MSU Beasley Banquet

Beasley Banquet 2013, with Marjorie Hilton, Ted Brown, Terry Strieter, Sara Fineman and Kathy Callahan.
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Murray State's Department of History hosts the The Fourth Annual Beasley Scholarship Banquet, featuring guest speaker Joe Lee, Professor of Irish Studies: Director of the Glucksman Ireland House at New York University. Proceeds benefit the T. Wayne Beasley Memorial History Scholarship. MSU History Department Faculty Member Dr. Bill Mulligan speaks with Kate Lochte about banquet on Sounds Good.

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Afternoon Update
4:05 pm
Thu May 31, 2012

Afternoon Round-Up 5/31/12

They're not meant to be a direct reference to polygamy and those kittens they're holding in their laps are ... just part of a photograph that's reflective of the 1890s to early 1900s. For all anyone knows, they might be lesbians.

Today on NPR: While "Five Wives Vodka" is made and sold in Utah, officials in Idaho have decided its name and label might offend both Mormons and women.

Four Rivers Region:

Construction begins next summer on a massive marina and riverfront project in downtown Paducah.

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Education
1:24 pm
Thu May 31, 2012

Daviess County Leader on Coal Scholarshi​p Program

Daviess County Judge-Executive All Mattingly hopes western Kentucky coal counties will soon be included in a new coal tax college scholarship program. 

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Education
4:45 pm
Tue May 29, 2012

Eastern Kentucky College Scholarships

Governor Steve Beshear has released four million dollars for scholarships to Eastern Kentucky college students in a move to counteract a legislative stalemate. 

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Afternoon Update
4:10 pm
Wed May 2, 2012

Afternoon Round-Up 5/2/12

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Today on NPR: Known as "the spray man," 23-year-old Nour Hatem Zahra helped organize protests and spray-painted anti-government slogans around Damascus, the Syrian capital. He died this week after security forces shot him. Hundreds of mourners attended his funeral.

Kentucky:

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Scholarship Program at Risk
7:33 am
Mon March 26, 2012

Appalachia Scholarship Proposal at Risk

A plan to create scholarships for college students in the Appalachian region is in danger after the Senate removed the funding in its budget proposal.  The scholarship program was intended as a compromise after a bill to move the University of Pikeville into the state university system couldn’t garner enough support.  It would give college juniors and seniors money to attend private universities or public university partnerships in the Appalachian region to finish their education.  The House’s version of the budget funded the scholarships with coal severance tax money, but the Senate remove

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