Archive for November 11th, 2010
Over the past decade, the number of female veterans who have become homeless has nearly doubled to roughly 6,500.
~NPR hears most of them are younger than 35.
Have a reflective Veteran’s Day.
KENTUCKY~ VISA tells CFSB someone hacked into their accounts. A Murray business lands some $50k in tax benefits to save or create 1 job. Burn bans are back in Marshall, Fulton and Christian Counties. The chief of police in Oak Grove is suspended and is being investigated for unknown reasons. An AWOL soldier plans to turn himself in to Fort Campbell authorities today. Several veteran’s cemeteries throughout the state host ceremonies today. Governor Beshear hands down a pair of magistrate appointments and announces Uncle Sam will pay for improvements @ 2 area airports. State revenue is still looking good.
ILLINOIS~ Police: a deadly Brookport home invasion was not random.
Written by Chris Taylor
November 11, 2010 at 9:27 am
Posted in The Morning Cram
Tagged with AIRPORTS, Associated Warehousing, Bill Bruce, Briggs & Stratton, burn bans, CFSB, Community Financial Services Bank, David Collins, hopkinsville, Jeff Hanks, Ken Lucas, Kentucky Dam Village, Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority, Lake Barkley, Mary Lassiter, Michael Wright, Shannon Knight, STEVE BESHEAR, Veteran's Day