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SENATOR ROBERT STIVERS’ ON THE PASSING OF GEORGIA POWERS:

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Senate President Robert Stivers

For Immediate Release
January 30, 2016
Contact: John Cox
John.Cox@LRC.KY.GOV

SENATOR ROBERT STIVERS ON THE PASSING OF GEORGIA POWERS, FIRST WOMAN AND FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN ELECTED TO THE KENTUCKY STATE SENATE: 109 more words

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AT&T Brings Faster Network To Central, Northern Michigan

SAGINAW — AT&T Inc. says it has activated an upgrade to bring faster speeds to more than 340 cell sites in central and northern Michigan. People using the network in these locations should realize better service when they’re watching videos, posting to social media or texting family and friends. 88 more words

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KENTUCKY SENATE CANCELS JANUARY 22 SESSION DUE TO WINTER STORM JONAS

For Immediate Release
Contact: John Cox
859-492-2963
John.Cox@LRC.KY.GOV

FRANKFORT, Ky. (January 21, 2016) – After a briefing from emergency management personnel, the Kentucky State Police, and the National Weather Service, Senate Leaders have cancelled the Senate session on January 22, 2016. 170 more words

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Promise Fulfilled

Promise Fulfilled, photo by Heather Higham

Although I just featured a sunset photo by Heather … Wow!

She took this last night and writes: … 67 more words

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Day At the Capitol

Yesterday, 22 MPA and MPP students and Dr. Petrovsky traveled to Frankfort to meet with public servants, several of whom were Martin School alumni! The speakers came from a variety of roles in state government; some worked with the legislature or the Governor, while others support the Commonwealth through management of public funds or the budget. 225 more words

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Fifth Great-Grandfather Thomas Strong

Thomas Strong was born on November 17, 1722 in Northampton, Hampshire County, MA. He was the second son and fourth child of Eliakim Strong and Mehitable King and was probably named for Eliakim’s father Thomas. 311 more words

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KENTUCKY SENATE MAJORITY FILES PRIORITY LEGISLATION FOR 2016 REGULAR SESSION

For Immediate Release
Contact: John Cox
859-492-2963
John.Cox@LRC.KY.GOV

 FRANKFORT, Ky. (January 6, 2016) – A total of 13 “priority” bills were filed Wednesday in Senate by the chamber’s Republican Majority Caucus, as the Kentucky General Assembly completed the second day of the 2016 Legislative Session. 691 more words

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