the morning cram [Gadhafi minefield edition]
Libyan rebel forces are slowed by an increasing number of mines set by Gadhafi’s soldiers.
NPR reports Gadhafi forces are planting large numbers of mines in Libya’s western mountains, and as removal technology and experts are few, many are being removed by hand.
Kentucky~ You can get transit service in Mayfield now. A Marshall County man is indicted for child porn. A Trigg man accused of murder turns himself in. A WKU professor is developing bomb detecting software. New Beshear ads claim a business friendly environment. The state’s drinking water plan is available online.
Tennessee~ More homes are for sale in Union City (thanks Goodyear).
Written by Gary Pitts
July 19, 2011 at 8:12 am
Posted in The Morning Cram
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