the morning cram [no going home edition]
Areas of Northern Japan may be hazardous for years.
NPR reports areas around the Fukushima power plant may be uninhabitable for a long time.
Kentucky~ Murray State was named to the World’s Best Colleges list for the 21st time in a row. Nine Amish men are going to jail in Graves County. WKCTC named one of the 10 best Community Colleges in the nation. Bill Monroe’s birthday is today and they’re celebrating big time at the International Bluegrass Museum. The Commonwealth focuses on cleaning up next week.
Written by Drew Adams
September 13, 2011 at 10:45 am
Posted in The Morning Cram
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