Archive for November 30th, 2010
President Obama’s fiscal commission begins a final round of meetings today, which could produce a plan to cut the nation’s growing debt.
~NPR takes a page from Charles Dickens, pointing out ghosts of debts past and the present partisan spirits locking it into place.
KENTUCKY~ A Paducah man is convicted for the bathroom stabbing of a VFW patron. Kentucky’s College King visits Madisonville today. A Louisville company will produce a horse fertility drug. A local sheriff offers another scam warning.
TENNESSEE~ There’s a groundbreaking today for Outlaw Field’s new fire station. A Montgomery County company gets a employee improvement grant. Outgoing Gov. Phil Bredesen asks the fed for drought disaster money.
It’s Tuesday, November 30
Amy Martin directs The Paris Henry County Arts Council’s 43rd Annual Community Christmas Concert- Sunday at 3 pm at First United Methodist Church. Hear the Henry County High School Madrigals, Veazey Vocals, and “Celebration Handbells”. A reception follows. Admission is free. The Church is at 101 East Blythe Street.
The Jackson Purchase Dance Company presents a Holiday Dance Fest Friday at 7:30 p.m. in Murray State’s Lovett Auditorium. The concert reunites two dancers from the Company’s original group – both are choreographers who now live and dance in Nashville. Admission is $8 for adults; $6 students under 16.
Tomorrow Grace Episcopal Church commemorates World AIDS Day. There’s a 5:30 p.m. candlelight walk beginning at the church at 9th and Broadway in Paducah and ending there at 5:50 for a candlelight vigil. At 6:15 a service of remembrance includes presentations by HIV activists and physicians, the NIA dancers and local choirs. There’s a reception at 7:30.
See a schedule of our special holiday programs at wkms.org. Hear Hanukkah Lights Thursday at Noon.