Archive for November 12th, 2010
It’s Friday, November 12.
There’s a Women in Business Showcase from noon to 5 Sunday at the Murray Woman’s Clubhouse on Vine Street. Browse vendors including Gallery 109 and Magnolia Tea Room and learn more about New Beginnings Transition Homes, the Merryman House and more. There’s also a Woman’s Club Bake Sale.
Murray State’s Performing Arts Hall hosts a concert at 3:30 p.m. Sunday featuring Sue-Jean Park, violin, Angela Wu, piano, and Scott Locke, clarinet. Hear works by Bach and Mozart as well as Stravinsky’s Soldier’s Tale, a work of virtuosic violin writing. Dr. Park signs CDs following the free concert.
Mayfield First United Methodist Church, 214 South 8th Street has a Christmas Open House for Missions tomorrow from 9 to 2. Complimentary holiday refreshments and door prizes are offered for Christmas shoppers. It’s Mayfield’s community wide open house weekend with an offer of a Mayfield collectable Christmas ornament gift for purchases over $50.
See wkms.org for local music shows on demand. Have a great weekend and thanks for listening.
As the former military ruler of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf is not exactly an apostle of democracy. He seized power in a 1999 Coup d’état, but was pushed out of office 3 years ago after imposing martial law.
~NPR talks to the former General about his plans to return to Pakistan to become an elected leader.
KENTUCKY~ A Paducah man is in jail for (allegedly) stealing donation money from that dancing guy in front of Kroger. You can do some figure 8’s in Paducah starting this afternoon. Modern firearm deer hunting season begins this weekend. Watch out for traffic on US-45/Lone Oak Road. Murray High’s Tigers plays Fort Campbell’s Falcons tonight. A Madisonville mom claims a man tried to abduct her son. Kentucky National Guard members will head to Iraq next year to help withdrawal. An AWOL Fort Campbell soldier turns himself in on Veteran’s Day.
TENNESSEE~ A Clarksville Fort Campbell soldier is given a new home from a non-profit veteran’s group.