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Next year’s tax rates (even for the wealthiest Americans) will remain unchanged under a tentative deal between President Obama and congressional Republicans.

~NPR reports the White House now has to sell the idea to Democrats.

KENTUCKY~ Search crews poke around Madisonville-area woods in search for a missing man. McCracken County Schools begins accepting bids to construct its upcoming mega-high school. The state’s Chamber of Commerce CEO will speak in Hopkinsville tomorrow. A Fort Campbell housewife is found dead in her home. Mass-inmate fights at the state pen in Eddyville prompt a lockdown. A main artery through Ballard County will see lane restrictions today/tomorrow. State officials: “Drought’s through.”  Small business can soon begin applying for payroll-expanding tax credits.

TENNESSEE~ Nightly lane closures are slated for Clarksville’s Red River bridge. +600 APSU students graduate next week. Gov-elect Haslam appoints the state’s next Ag Commissioner.


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