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Datebook – Wednesday, November 10

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It’s Wednesday, November 10.

Horses, Inc. which offers therapeutic riding in western Kentucky, has its Holiday Bazaar and Expo this weekend at the former Goody’s Building across from Kentucky Oaks Mall in Paducah.  It’s open 10 to 6 Saturday and 10 to 5 Sunday. Over 50 exhibitors from 5 states offer items ranging from jewelry to woodworking.

Best selling novelist David Baldacci headlines the 29th Annual Kentucky Book Fair Saturday from 9 to 3 at the Frankfort Convention center.  Baldacci speaks at 7 p.m. tomorrow at West Kentucky Community and Technical College’s Clemens Fine Arts Center in Paducah.  A q and a session and book signing follow.  Get $10 Tickets at the Arts in Focus Box Office.

Young singers from the Pennyrile perform with the Nashville Opera in an English language presentation of Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel tomorrow.  The production starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Alhambra, 507 South Main in Hopkinsville.  Call the Pennyroyal Arts Council at 270-887-4295.

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morning cram [g20 edition]

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NPR reports world leaders are confronted with intensifying friction over currencies and trade at back-to-back summits in Asia aimed at safeguarding the still fragile global recovery.

KENTUCKY~ You can salute veterans tomorrow in Paducah during their parade. Paducah’s portable bathrooms are expected to cost +$17ok and officials vote next week on extending the city limits. A McCracken County jury convicts a bank robber. Two Ballard County escapees are captured in Cairo, IL (hours after breaking out). MSU trounces Freed-Hardeman. State Senator Pendleton of Hopkinsville is in the hospital (again). The University of Louisville kicks off its biggest fundraiser ever.

TENNESSEE~ A Camden couple pleads guilty to a stab and stash. Gov-elect Haslam appoints his top campaign consultant to oversee January’s administration transition.