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“Among those voting for the new leadership slates were the incoming House members elected for the first time this month — a big class that has been getting acquainted with the Capitol building and the legislative body it will be joining.”

~ NPR hears about the life of  a Washington newbie.

KENTUCKY: Marshall County Hospital clears up some confusion. A lawsuit may stop annexation in Paducah. Farmers will grow new crops that may replace petroleum, while Caldwell County High School gets a facelift. Bad guys have police in Mayfield busy, and state lawmakers follow the money from the federal stimulus bill.

ILLINOIS: Lawmakers consider gambling away their huge budget deficit.

TENNESSEE: Weakley County is a disaster . . . area.

SPORTS: MSU Racers < Ole Miss, MSU Racers Women’s < Evansville


Written by Angela Hatton

November 18, 2010 at 10:38 am

Posted in Uncategorized

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