the morning cram [the all american rejects edition]
Many occupy protesters were forced out of their camps across the country.
NPR reports the NYC occupy group was given the boot from Zuccotti Park last night, and other occupy groups are being forced out of public spaces they’ve called home since September.
Kentucky~ Murray State B-Ball wins first away game. The Carson Center may be taking the reigns of the Paducah Convention center. TVA’s electricity rates are about to go up. Go get your gun, sandhill crane season is about to begin! Kentucky is awarding cash for illegal dump cleanup. Occupy supporters are showing up in most Kentucky cities.
Written by Drew Adams
November 15, 2011 at 8:58 am
Posted in The Morning Cram
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