December 6 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

December 6 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

12-6-17

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Panco Adds Ark

The Panco Community Church in Clay County has added a new aspect to their playground, a large 30-foot ark. Jerry Rice, the pastor at the church said this does more than just provide a place for families to come, it helps keep them out of drugs, a big problem in the area.


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Kentucky Volleyball — Thrills, Chills, and Kills

Thrills, Chills, and Kills—By John Huang

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) — The matches I just witnessed during the first and second rounds of the 2017 NCAA Volleyball Tournament weren’t anything like the games our moms used to play. They weren’t the backyard variety we batted around at summer picnics nor were they the recreational version we played in church or intramural leagues. They were nothing like the two-man game invented on California beaches, and they certainly didn’t resemble the testosterone laden variation I participated in while serving in Uncle Sam’s Army.


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Rice receives WKU award


Meghan Rice

Bowling Green, Kentucky – Western Kentucky University undergraduate students Meghan Rice, Amanda Poole, and Tradesha Chatman were honored in their University Experience classes for winning undergraduate research awards. Rice, a first-year student from Manchester, Kentucky, received the award for her annotated resource list based on the TED talk “How I learned to communicate my inner life with Asperger’s” by Alix Generous. Her instructor was Fallon Willoughby.


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KYTC prepared for winter

Thoughts of snow and ice may be far from the minds of Kentuckians with warm temperatures hovering over the state, but the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is sounding the battle cry “Winter is Coming” to alert motorists to prepare for the impending wintery conditions. The KYTC stands ready to tackle the elements with sharpened plow blades, stocked salt supplies and trained maintenance crews.


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