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the morning cram [Namibian conservation edition]

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Imagine the US Government told the people living around Yellowstone that wildlife conservation was their job. That’s what’s going on in Namibia.

NPR reports that in an effort to conserve wildlife, the Namibian government handed responsibility over to farmers, and its working.

Kentucky~ Police busted a Chicago drug dealer in Paducah. More Amish are refusing to use triangles. Special crops are getting state money. Fort Campbell remembers fallen this week.  Gubernatorial candidates are coming to Paducah. Conway is getting a money boost.

Tennessee~ AARP hopes to clarify voter ID law.

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Datebook: April 29 – Arbor Day

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Today is National Arbor Day, celebrated on the last Friday of April. On the first Arbor Day, April 10, 1872, an estimated one million trees were planted. Plant a tree, color your world! Read more about The Arbor Day Foundation.

Here’s Datebook for Friday, April 29.

The Humane Society of Marshall County’s annual Walmart Adoption Day is 10 to 2 tomorrow. Microchipping and engraved pet ID tags available as well.

Tomorrow’s the deadline to register for Columbus-Belmont State Park’s Summer Writing Workshop 1 to 9 p.m.May 21 for third graders through adult writers.

Main Street Golconda’s Quilt Show and Luncheon opens tomorrow at 10 at the Golden Circle Senior Citizen’s Center. Lunch is at Noon. Tickets are $12.

Tonight at 6 a reception opens the Biannual Juried show at the Janice Mason Art Museum, Main Street Cadiz.

Paducah’s Lowertown Home and Gallery Tour is 6 to 9 tonight and 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow. Tickets are $10 at the Texaco Station at North 7th and Madison.

LBL’s Quilt Show is 10 to 4 today and tomorrow, 11 to 4 Sunday at the Homeplace, featuring heirloom quilts.

Marion-Crittenden County’s Backroads Festival features its Amish Community, free ferry rides, quilt shows, and craft booths today and tomorrow.

See details at wkms.org. Happy weekend.