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the morning cram [Who’s in first? edition]

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A recount shows that Santorum won the Iowa Republican caucus by 34 votes. Somewhere off in the distance Al Gore sheds an empathetic tear.

NPR reports Iowa voters preferred Santorum to Romney. Romney calls the new tally a “virtual tie.” 

Kentucky~ Murray State keeps the winning streak alive.  KY house says they are fine with school bus ads.  Weight enforcement stepped up on western Kentucky bridge.  KY Senate debates redistricting. KY gets new partner in war against prescription drug abusers.

Tennessee~ West Tennessee Port gains international interest.  Three Union City police officers to be fired.

 

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the morning cram [You’re smart. I like you… edition]

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Across the world, millions of college and high school students just decided that term paper can wait for another day.

NPR reports Wikipedia has announced they will go offline tomorrow to protest against SOPA and PIPA.

Kentucky~  Graves County man arrested for DUI in buggy crash.  Soldiers return home to Fort Campbell.  Expanded gambling measures may not have enough votes.

Illinois~ Budget plan under scrutiny.

the morning cram [good luck to everybody edition]

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Iowa Caucus: The most important one… until the next one.

NPR reports Republican candidates pull “all nighters” in a last ditch effort to make a strong showing in the election year opener.

Kentucky~    Williams and Stumbo talk about their goals for the new legislative session. Department of Corrections releases inmates as part of overhaul. Fire marshal to investigate deadly fires.

the morning cram [you can do it edition]

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After the turmoil of the past year, Arab states try to turn revolution into democracy.

NPR reports on the problems Egypt and Tunisia face in trading in their autocratic rulers for democratic elections.

Kentucky~   Graves County businessman Richard Heath to run for Nesler seat.  Former Kentucky New Era publisher Robert C. Carter has died.  University of Pikeville President Paul Patton resigns from Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education.

Tennessee~  Clarksville CDE Lightband customer’s electric bills have doubled in the past month.