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Fletcher Says He's Leaning Toward Work In Private Sector

Posted: 11/10/2007 - It's no secret that Gov. Ernie Fletcher's has been a fighter pilot, ordained Baptist minister, engineer, doctor, congressman and, of course, governor of a state with about 4.2 million people.

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UPS Announces Rate Increases Effective Dec. 31st

Posted: 11/10/2007 - UPS is hiking its rates for ground, air express and international shipments by an average of nearly five percent. That's for packages that originate in the U.S.

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Woodson Leads No. 24 Kentucky to 27-20 Win Over Vanderbilt

Posted: 11/10/2007 - Andre Woodson threw for 222 yards, Rafael Little had 70 yards rushing and No. 24 Kentucky beat Vanderbilt 27-20 on Saturday to keep its slim hopes of a birth in the Southeastern Conference title game alive.

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Beshear Asks Board To Reopen Search For Education Commissioner

Posted: 11/10/2007 - Gov.-Elect Steve Beshear asked the state Board of Education to reopen its search for a new commissioner Friday, saying some qualified candidates may have been deterred by Kentucky's recently uncertain political climate.

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ARH Replacement Nurse Victim Of Vandalism

Updated: 11/09/2007 - It happened in Loyall in Harlan County where the woman's pickup truck had its tired slashed and the word scab "spray" painted on its side. Police are also investigating another case from overnight in the Elcomb community of Harlan County where another woman experienced the same type of vandalism to her car. Police are investigating both cases.

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Unions Show Support For Both Sides Of ARH Strike

Updated: 11/09/2007 - A caravan of various unions toured the region to rally for Kentucky and West Virginia Nurse Associations including a stop at the ARH headquarters in Lexington. Meanwhile, health executives send their support for ARH.

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High School Students Honor Veterans

Updated: 11/09/2007 - Veteran’s Day is coming up this weekend and several Eastern Kentucky high schools spent the day honoring our servicemen and women.

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Michael Ashley Trial Continues

Posted: 11/09/2007 - The trial for a suspended teacher accused of rape and sodomy continued Friday in Harlan County.

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Operation UNITE Award Winners

Posted: 11/09/2007 - Some Eastern Kentuckians are celebrating after winning Operation UNITE awards Friday afternoon.

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