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Gov. Beshear Orders Flags to Half-staff on April 25 in Honor of World War II Casualty
Governor Steve Beshear has directed that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff on Friday, April 25 in honor of a Kentucky soldier who died during World War II and whose remains were recently identified. Kerri RichardsonTerry Sebastian502-564-2611
Source: Kentucky.gov

Asian carp die-off discovered below Barkley Dam
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is investigating a massive die-off of Asian carp discovered Wednesday, April 23, in the Cumberland River below Lake Barkley. Contact: Paul Rister(270) 210-6635
Source: Kentucky.gov

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife News: Trophy largemouth bass from smaller lakes
Kentucky boasts plenty of lakes known for producing high quality largemouth bass. Foremost in many anglers? minds are Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley, but it wouldn?t surprise Gerry Buynak to see the next state record largemouth bass come from one of the state?s smaller lakes. Kevin Kelly 1-800-858-1549, ext. 4414
Source: Kentucky.gov

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife News: FINs lakes receive catfish
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is conducting catfish stockings at Fishing in Neighborhood (FINs) lakes across Kentucky. Dane Balsman 1-800-858-1549, ext. 4480
Source: Kentucky.gov

Marshall County Student Among Winners in 25th Annual Secretary of State Slogan Contest
Last week, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes presented a $400 award to Benton Middle School seventh grade student Lucas Young for winning third place in her office?s 25th annual Slogan Contest. Young?s slogan, ?There?s nothing sweeter than to elect your leader,? was chosen by the public in an online poll. He met with Grimes in her office at the State Capitol in Frankfort. Lynn Sowards Zellen, lynn.zellen@ky.govBradford Queen, bradford.queen@ky.gov(502) 564-3490
Source: Kentucky.gov

Louisville Student Among Winners in 25th Annual Secretary of State Slogan Contest
Last week, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes presented a $600 award to Nathan Elfarrah, a student at Beth Haven Christian School in Louisville, for winning second place in her office?s 25th annual Slogan Contest. Elfarrah?s slogan, ?If you want a say, vote today,? was chosen by the public in an online poll. He met with Grimes in her office at the State Capitol in Frankfort. Lynn Sowards Zellen, lynn.zellen@ky.govBradford Queen, bradford.queen@ky.gov(502) 564-3490
Source: Kentucky.gov

Students recognized at KGHS/KY NEED Youth Summit, Awards Luncheon

Source: Kentucky.gov

Ariens Recalls Snow Throwers and Power Brushes Due to Amputation and Laceration Hazards
A drive pulley can crack while in use and cause the auger/impeller or brush to continue to rotate after the clutch lever is disengaged.
Source: CPSC

Felt Bicycles Recalls Triathlon Bicycles Due to Risk of Injury
THE S22 AND S32 MODEL ROAD BIKES HAVE FORKS THAT CAN BREAK.
Source: CPSC

Remarks by Dr. Jill Biden at Joining Forces Veterans Jobs Summit and Career Forum
Fort Campbell Campbell, Kentucky 11:24 A.M. CDT DR. BIDEN:  Thank you.  Good morning, everyone.  As a proud Blue Star mom, I’m thrilled to be here with all of you today.  And thank you, Major General McConville, for that kind introduction. I’d like to recognize the extraordinary military spouses and families who are here with us today.  And of course, to my dear friend, the First Lady, Michelle Obama, I cannot believe that it’s already been three ...
Source: Whitehouse.gov


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