The Front Blog

Conversations from the Four Rivers Region

Posts Tagged ‘National Register of Historic Places

the morning cram [where’s my money edition]

leave a comment »

Iran’s Banks just discovered they’re short $2.6 billion.

NPR reports a recently discovered banking scam has already yielded 30 arrests and promises many more.

Kentucky~   Kentucky is looking for a few good students. The Military History Building is set to reopen next month. P’Pool gets some big name endorsement. Beshear says jobs will continue to be his top priority if re-elected.

Tennessee~ The state is trying to keep the lottery system from going broke.

Illinois~ State lawmakers override Quinn’s veto on the electricity bill.  The gambling bill is put on ice in the Senate.

the morning cram [gerrymandering edition]

leave a comment »

Latinos are giving Texas a representation boost, but are they getting more representation themselves?

NPR reports a growth in Texas’ Latino population will give the state four more House seats, but Latinos don’t feel they are getting any more representation.

Kentucky~ The trial date is set for a McCracken school burglar. Two Paducah cops are quitting amidst sex allegations. There are six more historic sites in the state. Sec of State candidates will debate tonight. The Medal of Honor winner gets a heroes welcome. Owensboro may have had its last Bluegrass Boys reunion.

Tennessee~ Five bikers died at a charity event.