Posts Tagged ‘Keith Todd’
Facebook decides to “share” stock options with the public, but will the company “like” the risks?
NPR reports the move to go public presents many hurdles to the social media giant.
Kentucky~ Lawmakers consider a proposal allowing counties to consolidate via vote. The Senate passes a bill allowing Amish to use reflective tape in place of orange signs on buggies. The Dorena-Hickman Ferry will delay service this morning until 9. The Eggner’s Ferry Bridge awaits approval from inspectors.
Illinois~ A two-year study will look for the reason the treatment of lung cancer is lagging in southern Illinois.
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.
the morning cram [be careful with that phone, lieutenant. In time you could develop a tumor edition]
If the question is ‘should I post this’ the answer is always no.
NPR reports the pentagon believes insurgents aren’t the real enemy, instead the armed forces need to wage war on cell phone cameras.
Kentucky~ Most area schools kids have the day off! MSU basketball is killing it! The weather is making roads dangerous- be careful out there. Apparently local Amish didn’t get enough of jail during rumspringa. Other meth laden state officials are offering some advice to the General Assembly.
Head to your corners and come out swinging…
NPR reports Mitt and Newt have decided to duke it out over abortion, well actually they’re letting their Super PAC’s do the dirty work. That’s a bit like asking your wimpy little brother to fight the neighborhood bully.
Tennessee~ Union City officials think effects of the Goodyear plant closing have yet to be felt.
It’s time for a change…of neck-wear.
NPR reports Arizona is celebrating its centennial by encouraging us to love that ultimate laryngeal habiliment, the Bolo Tie.
Kentucky~ MSU beat Memphis to remain undefeated. A Benton man is arrested for rape. Eagle watching tours begin on the lakes. Graves County officials investigate Mayfield shooting Wayward cows on I-69 have nearly all been found. The high water is down, so Cave-In-Rock ferry is back in business.
The housing market could get worse before it gets better.
NPR reports foreclosed homes that haven’t hit the market yet are ‘lurking in the shadows’ and will further depress housing market numbers.
Kentucky~ If you are traveling on 641 South of Murray, expect lane closures. A jail escapee is back in jail. Obama’s Afghanistan announcement comes as welcome news to many Fort Campbell families. Taiwain has donated storm relief money (so we can buy things made there). The state is expecting a budget surplus for the fiscal year (fingers crossed).
Illinois~ Lawmakers want to study the tax-climate.