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morning cram [sleep debt edition]

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Most high school students are chronically tired from juggling school, sports, homework, chores, friends and family.

NPR hears how the typical high school senior gets less than seven hours of sleep on school nights, but they need a great deal more.

KENTUCKY~ The Ohio River Bridge (Wickliffe-Cairo) is back open. McCracken officials will listen tonight to public comments on a proposed coal-2-liquid plant and they voted to fund MSU’s new Paducah campus. MSU loses Head Basketball Coach Billy Kennedy to Texas A&M. An Amish teen drowned in a pond. National Democrats are closely watching Kentucky’s Governor race. Attorney General Conway accuses Marathon Oil of price gouging.

TENNESSEE~ Democrats are renewing efforts to extend the state’s unemployment. A new study finds the state’s schools aren’t producing enough tech grads. Several counties are eligible for disaster unemployment benefits.

OVC BASEBALL~ MSU < MhSU, APSU > SEMO.

Christian County

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County: Christian

UNOFFICIAL FINAL RESULTS

No. of Precincts Reporting: 44

CITY RACES

HOPKINSVILLE

Mayor

Dan Kemp (I): 5439

Walter Shamble : 1443

Ward 5

Charlie Henderson (D): 4510

Jason McCraw (I) : 2040

Ward 8

Pam Neely (R): 3492

Marby Schlegel (D): 3645

Ward 10

Robert Criswell (R): 2782

Jimmy Dossett (D): 4021

OAK GROVE

Mayor

Dan ‘Bikeman’ Potter (I): 288

Bea Burt: 150

PEMBROKE

Mayor

Paulette W. Stewart: 150

Hershell ‘Bill’ Watkins: 81

COUNTY RACES

ALL PRECINCTS

Sherriff

Chuck Inman (R): 5917

Lewis Leavell, Jr. (D): 8250

Coroner

Jane McKnight (R): 5392

Dorris Lamb (D): 8695

PVA

John Schmitt (R): 5258

Angie Strader (D) (I): 8844

Written by Jacque E. Day

October 28, 2010 at 12:56 pm