Posts Tagged ‘Amish’
Surprise! Big schools bring in big money.
NPR reports Harvard and Yale once again top the list of colleges for money received in 2011.
Kentucky~ Gov. Steve Beshear defends Paducah’s nuclear-enrichment plant. The University of Pikeville could become a part of the state’s higher education system. The House approves an Amish buggy bill. New legislation could give whistleblowers a cash reward. A teen is charged with killing her newborn child. Surface mining opponents rally in Frankfort. Paducah’s Fountain Avenue comes a step closer to restoration.
…and she has it all. Adele sweeps the Grammys, winning all six categories she was nominated for.
NPR reports the singer dominated the awards show, performing for the first time following throat surgery last year.
Kentucky~ Say good-bye to warm weather: winter storms are coming this way. An Amish man’s heartfelt letters sway state lawmakers (when not busy challenging health reform). Managed care operators fumble early on after taking over Mediciad. The Murray State Racers bounce back. A series of pharmacy thefts worry business owners. The Delta-Mariner is due for repairs in Paducah.
Good News. If you’re ever captured by Somali Pirates, Obama’s got your back, even if you’re Danish!
NPR reports Obama sent in his A-squad to deal with a hostage situation. With their success rate, I think Obama should start using the special forces to deal with all of his problems. Let’s start with a raid on the investment banks.
Kentucky~ The PRA is now a city agency. Here’s to hoping shiny tape will save our Amish from jail. Cadiz seeks to ban synthetic marijuana. Looks like Kentucky teachers may have to be held back. The Commonwealth considers a tax amnesty plan.
Tennessee~ Titan tire hopes to hire 300 people by the year’s end.
If a candidate bows out in a presidential race and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?
NPR reports the Huntsman campaign is getting ready to announce the end and throw a little love Romney’s way. Mitt should get ready for the Huntsman bump.
Kentucky~ Murray State keeps the winning streak alive. There are many MLK day events across the purchase. Local Amish men are taking their hatred of that evil orange triangle to the State Supreme Court. The University of Pikeville debate gets rough amidst the redistricting fight. A child welfare summit has some suggestions for the Commonwealth.Two Kentuckians were aboard the ill-fated Italian cruise ship. The Agricultural Department is in hot water over bad hiring decisions.
the morning cram [be careful with that phone, lieutenant. In time you could develop a tumor edition]
If the question is ‘should I post this’ the answer is always no.
NPR reports the pentagon believes insurgents aren’t the real enemy, instead the armed forces need to wage war on cell phone cameras.
Kentucky~ Most area schools kids have the day off! MSU basketball is killing it! The weather is making roads dangerous- be careful out there. Apparently local Amish didn’t get enough of jail during rumspringa. Other meth laden state officials are offering some advice to the General Assembly.
The Human population just hit seven billion this morning.
NPR reports just two centuries after the world population was 1 billion, we’ve now hit the 7 mark. Some are worried about overpopulation while others contend many hands make light work.
Kentucky~ Some local Amish really don’t like that orange warning sign. Fulton is trying to take out the trash. OVC football scores are in. The Department of Education wants to track alternative schools. Gubernatorial candidates face off in their last debate tonight.
The trial of the ‘underwear bomber’ begins amidst questions of the defendant’s ties to other terrorists.
NPR reports Anwar al-Awlaki, the recently killed American-born terrorist may have had a hand in the Christmas day bombing attempt.
The ‘evil scientist’ who gave us the Stanford Prison experiment wants to change his legacy.
NPR reports Philip Zimbardo, the scientist known most for his prison experiment, is attempting to show that humans can be made into heroes as easily as they can be made into monsters.
Kentucky~ The Graves County Amish men are taking their traffic case to the Supreme Court. Gas prices are higher. Food banks are buying unused produce. A Fort Campbell woman is in jail for scamming people. A vote will be held in Bowling Green to determine how the accused terrorists will be tried. The state judiciary is financially stable for the first time since 2008. Meetings will begin soon to help address the needs of the blind.
Tennessee~ A Clarksville woman is in jail for leaving her kids in a hot car.
Illinois~ The Fire Marshal says to stay away from illegal fireworks.
Most high school students are chronically tired from juggling school, sports, homework, chores, friends and family.
NPR hears how the typical high school senior gets less than seven hours of sleep on school nights, but they need a great deal more.
KENTUCKY~ The Ohio River Bridge (Wickliffe-Cairo) is back open. McCracken officials will listen tonight to public comments on a proposed coal-2-liquid plant and they voted to fund MSU’s new Paducah campus. MSU loses Head Basketball Coach Billy Kennedy to Texas A&M. An Amish teen drowned in a pond. National Democrats are closely watching Kentucky’s Governor race. Attorney General Conway accuses Marathon Oil of price gouging.
TENNESSEE~ Democrats are renewing efforts to extend the state’s unemployment. A new study finds the state’s schools aren’t producing enough tech grads. Several counties are eligible for disaster unemployment benefits.
OVC BASEBALL~ MSU < MhSU, APSU > SEMO.
KY~ Heath High shooter’s quest for an appeal hearing may be delayed. Alleged Amish/Mennonite thief has 56 charges leveled against him. Worker’s comp insurance group has an extra $154m; makes Beshear’s mouth water. Your Census is in the mail. Racers set to play Vandy in Cali.
TN~ Henry Co. Commissioners may change up who oversees juvenile/probate cases.