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Hatchett, originally from Paducah, Ky. He won the nomination on the Democratic ticket against James Buckmaster. In Congress, Hatchett wishes to revamp trade agreements so companies using foreign labor will be required to pay the equivalent of minimum wage in the U. Hatchett also wants to implement an official council to address the districts affairs. After years of serving the state of Kentucky, in the state senate and the U. Hubbard believes he can represent District 1 well in Frankfort, Ky.

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He wants to make representing Murray State a priority and to help keep its graduates in western Kentucky. He graduated from Murray State and has served in several governmental positions in Trigg County. Humphries wishes to boost local Kentucky economies by decreasing taxes on small business owners. He has the aim of protecting jobs, especially those in agriculture. His main focus is to pushing the senate to enforce more control on spending. Kenny Imes R Imes has lived in Calloway County since birth and has previously served as a state representative. Like Whitfield, Imes desires to abolish the U.

Department of Education and to put more power in the hands of local school boards. He also wants to ease the tax burden on Kentucky families and make the state more desirable for small business owners. Kemp is a local business owner who believes he understands District 5 and its issues.

If elected, Kemp wants to focus on jobs and education in Kentucky. Without education, Kemp says there cannot be job creation or economic success. He also wants to make sure funding for public colleges is not cut. Blankenship, a Murray native, is currently serving as Commonwealth Attorney and is running unopposed for the position. Avery is the current circuit court clerk for Calloway County and is running unopposed.

Circuit court clerks manage the records of circuit and district courts. Clerks are elected for six-year terms and provide many other services to their respective counties. Voters will also be asked in the election if they are in favor of amending a Kentucky constitutional amendment, giving Kentucky citizens the right to hunt, fish and harvest wildlife as a means of managing and controlling wildlife.

Leslie Combs and Greg Stumbo sponsored the amendment to make sure hunting and fishing are never outlawed in Kentucky, without the vote of the people. Across campus Banned Books Week begins Sunday Banned Books Week is the national book community's annual celebration of the freedom to read.

The celebration of Banned Books Week is Sept. Banned Books Week was launched in in response to a sudden surge in the number of censored books in schools, bookstores and libraries. The 10 most challenged titles of were: Two calves from the West Farm have escaped the fence, at seperate times; both were returned safely and quickly. Calves escape West Farm Staff report Within the past month, there have been three instances in which the Murray State Police have been notified of calves outside of the fences at the West Farm.

Only two of these instances involved Murray State livestock. Tony Brannon, dean of the Hutson School of Agriculture, said his office had received several calls regarding a neighbor down by the Expo Center, who chooses to tie a jersey calf and other farm animals out by the road to graze. In one instance, a 55 lb. The calf was returned to its pen quickly. On the other instance, the electric fence shorted out and one calf went through the fence. The fence was repaired immediately and the calf was returned safely to its pen.

Rose fights for faculty salary raise This is the third installment of a part series profiling the representatives who make final University decisions. Chris Wilcox News Editor. The annual Faculty Showcase Recital will be presented at 7: The program will feature solo and ensemble performances by 11 University faculty members. Selections range from light classical to jazz. For more information, contact the department of music at The YNL program set a national record last year with students, making it one of the largest YNL programs nationwide.

The program will celebrate its 30th anniversary next year and was founded by Constantine Curris, Chad Stewart and James Booth in This faculty member is the voice of the collective faculty members within the administrative governing body. President Randy Dunn said Rose is committed to being the best representative for the faculty. Jay Morgan, one of the current associate provosts, had originally filled the position as Faculty Regent, but was appointed to associate provost after the election and could no longer sit on the board as the Faculty Regent.

Rose said the election process consisted of acquiring 20 faculty signatures and then turning in an application to the Office of the Provost. The voters in this election consisted of assistant professors, associate professors, professors and instructors. Rose said there were four faculty members running, including him. The two members with the majority of the votes then held a run off and Rose said he won nearly 2: Rose said his interest in the position of Faculty Regent stemmed from his desire to help students.

Also, the overall health and welfare of the entire institution has to be a major consideration, within that particular consideration — you have the welfare of the student, faculty and staff. Rose said one of the big items he has tried to address to the Board of Regents is the salary roster for Murray State faculty members and the staff.

He said he, President Randy Dunn, Phil Schooley, the Staff Regent and Jeremiah Johnson, the Student Regent have worked diligently in an effort to get the compensation level for faculty and staff at a rate which compares well with other universities in Kentucky, Illinois and Tennessee.

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He said the reason an appropriate salary is an item he fights for, is because without the faculty and staff there would be no University. He also said the University needs to make compensation a priority so the faculty and staff will be encouraged to stay, and that an increase would help in recruiting better faculty and staff. Jonathan Ferris Assistant Editor: With the memory of a season for the ages still fresh in their minds, the Racers are putting the past behind them and focusing on a new team and a new season.

Racers put expectations aside, set sights on season Jonathan Ferris Sports Editor jferris2 murraystate. Boasting six freshmen and six seniors, the Racers will work to develop a style of play that incorporates both their new faces and seasoned veterans. Ford from Fayetteville, N. With senior forward Latreze Mushatt expected to miss most of the season with an Achilles injury, and considerable speculation surrounding the future of sophomore guard Zay Jackson after his September arrest, Prohm will rely heavily on the six freshmen. The team will host Racer Madness, which serves to excite the fan base and introduce the new team.

Racer Madness is going to get the buzz going and we want at least 5, there that night to fill the lower bowl. The basketball team will host Racer Madness at 9: The Racers will play an exhibition at home, against Freed-Hardeman on Nov. His presence may bring needed leadership to a team with six freshmen, several of whom could play significant minutes as a result of injury and the graduating seniors. With every passing day with no agreements being made and more and more players going overseas, my heart drops.

Preseason games have already been canceled and at the rate Jaci Kohn things are going, it looks Assistant Sports like we might be missing Editor actual games. So instead of downing a pint of ice cream and focusing on the sad reality of the upcoming hockey season, I am going to take you back to one of my happiest moments in hockey — other than the time my favorite team won the Stanley Cup — when my dad took me to my first Chicago Blackhawks game.

I was a bandwagon fan. I never even thought of hockey until some of my friends at school started talking about how good the Hawks were playing. As I was a huge fan of Chicago sports teams, I thought I should probably watch a game to see what all the hype was about. So my dad and I sat down to watch a game, and the rest was history. The game was so intense. In that moment I became obsessed with the Blackhawks, partially due to one of the Hawks players.

Left wing Patrick Kane. I am pretty much in love with him; I just thought I would throw that out there. But in all seriousness, this sport was unlike any other I had ever watched. I attended my first Blackhawks game in I had been begging my dad to find some tickets for months.

I think I finally annoyed him enough so that he bought us tickets just to shut me up. They were playing the Nashville Predators. I remember being so excited to see my favorite players, especially Kane, in real life. I had been to the United Center before for numerous Chicago Bulls games, however the atmosphere was completely diferent this time. I have always heard that the fans go crazy at the hockey games, but I was not prepared for how intense the Chicago fans were.

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From the minute I stepped into the arena there was cheering, and this was at least an hour before the game. When the players finally took to the ice, the sound was deafening. My favorite part of the whole experience was the National Anthem. At Hawks games the crowd stands up and cheers throughout the entire song and it is only sung by Jim Cornelison. I seriously had goose bumps during the anthem.

Hockey may be a sport associated with Canada, but Chicago has deemed it as theirs. The game finally started and it was crazy. I thought watching the game on TV was entertaining, but seeing it played live is a whole other experience. The crowd almost never sat down or let up. When the Blackhawks scored their first goal, and every other goal after that, the arena went insane.

Simply put, it was awesome. The team ended up beating the Preds six to three, making the night all the better. Sadly, I have yet to go to another game since my first one, but I know the atmosphere will still be the same. Something like that does not change. It may have taken a trip on the band wagon to make me a hockey fan, which to most is not something to be proud of, but I am glad I took that ride. If I had not, I would not have been able to cheer along with all the other crazy Chicago fans. After a trying first weekend at home, the Racer Volleyball team is well-prepared for a difficult season.

Murray State gained a win in its first home game against Tennessee Tech late last week. Over the weekend, the Racers fell to Jacksonville State, Murray State returned to Racer Arena prepared to challenge their rivals, Austin Peay, and lost a hard-fought game Tuesday. In the first set against the Jacksonville State Golden Eagles, Murray State pushed for extra points and won the frame The Racers impressed their large crowd at the start of the second set with a run.

You want the team just to keep playing hard. Murray State ended the set with a win. Schwepker said the goal of the final set was not to back off, but play even harder to win. Offensively, the Racers came out stronger in that one than any other set. Freshmen Taylor Olden and Emily Schmahl led in a number of kills. What people don't get about this sport is how much everyone relies on each other.

The connection between the passer, setter and hitter is extremely important and it takes time to get that rhythm. Sophomore outside hitter Beth Mahurin ended the game with a strategically placed push. For the match, the Racers had a. Schmahl achieved a high. The team had more than 10 aces for the first time since Olden said the win helped boost the confidence of the Racers.

In the first set against the Gamecocks, the Racers seemed pre-. After the 13th point in the first set, Murray State started to have trouble returning the ball. Several runs and miscommunications amongst the Racers led to a loss. Murray State took the first point of the second game, giving the appearance of better movement and communication. In fact, Jacksonville State handed the Racers five serve errors in the second set.

Despite kills from freshmen hitters Olden and Schmahl, though, the Racers lost the second frame Jacksonville State continued to have serve errors in the third set, but the Racers did not take advantage. After several blocks from the Gamecocks and continually weakening offense from the Racers, Jacksonville State took the set Overall, the attack was a very low. Jacksonville State had a. Jen Meyer, senior hitter, had 12 kills while Emily Rutherford, freshman hitter, recorded nine.

For Murray State, Mahurin led the Racers in kills with nine out of 21 attempts. Olden had six total kills while Schmahl had seven. Senior setter Lia Havili had 25 assists, low compared to the 38 she managed the previous night. Jacksonville had 20 block assists while Murray State had six. For the final home game before hitting the road to Morehead State, the Racers played nearly point-for-point with Austin Peay Tuesday night.

After losing two very close sets, the Racers came back in the third to win Murray State never allowed the Governors to get more than three points ahead in the fourth frame, yet lost for a game loss of Schwepker said the women were not recognizing repetitive plays the Governors were making in the final frame. Although the loss was difficult for the Racers, the team fought for every point and showed teamwork in the worst of moments. After some moments struggling to communicate during the game against Jacksonville State, the Racers improved later on.

Lelm had 12 kills and zero errors out of 19 total attempts, leaving her with a high. Havili had 54 assists out of 55 total for the team. The second highest attack percentage came from junior middle blocker Michelle Lazorchak with 12 kills. Senior libero Lydia Orf and Hudson led the team defensively with 29 digs together. In the third set, the Racers had three kills, a strategically placed push and an ace, all back-to-back.

The Racers ended their weekend at home with a season record and a OVC record.

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The Racers are in conference play after a win over the Lady Govs Sunday. The next OVC match-up is Sept. Eyecare Specialties S. Present your Racercard for a 10 percent discount off of your first visit. Murray State soccer opened up conference play on the right track defeating rival Austin Peay Sunday.

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Senior defender Veronika Pribyslavska scored her fifth goal of the season in the contest to give the Racers a victory. Her goal came in the 69th minute as she took a shot from 25 yards out and beat the keeper in the upper right corner. Her goal gave the Racers their third consecutive win, a first road win and broke a two-game losing streak against AustinPeay. It was great to see Veronika get another goal and really pleased to get the shutout on a very good attacking Austin Peay team. Freshman goalkeeper Latesha Stevenson recorded her third straight shutout win, saving six shots.

It has been great to have three shutouts in a row and we will be pushing them to continue training and working hard. Pinkman has played in all. Although the team has started hitting their stride on both sides of the ball, they will face the two toughest teams in the OVC, according to a preseason poll, in Southeast Missouri State University and University of Tennessee-Martin in their next two games.

We have to continue to learn from our mistakes as we know going up against these two teams will be a challenge. Our young players are learning every match and I will be pushing every player to get better from game to game. They travel to UT-Martin Sunday afternoon, with a kickoff staring the game at 2 p. Join the Jasmine Crew Jasmine is now hiring, We are looking for positions in kitchen staff, servers bartenders and hosts.

Please visit Jasmine in person to fill out an application. To reserve space please contact your sales representative or the Advertising sales manager at before Oct. Several Murray State students from both the main campus and the Paducah extended campus ditched their books for life jackets last Saturday and competed in a rather unordinary event on the river in Paducah, Ky. The event was run by a Canadian company that puts dragon boat races together in several different areas.

Twenty-five teams participated, paddling rowing boats with dragon heads attached to the front down a foot course. Each boat was manned by a crew of approximately 20 people. Several of the students on the Murray State team are members of the rowing club team. While the rowing students initially worried about the difference between the race boats they are used to and the unusual dragon boats used on Saturday, the team was able to take advantage of a safety instruction session and a few practice sessions.

They were able to easily overcome the differences in style and came home with a first place finish. In addition, the team set a new world record, completing the course in A good sports movie, in my humble opinion, often has climactic action, dramatic, heart-stopping music, unique characters and a lesson learned by the time the credits roll. Picking my favorite sports films is like trying to pick which of my children I love the most. Nearly fired in the middle of the season, Dale and company claim the state championship in a dramatic, comeback fashion.

Hopper plays a town drunk and father of one of the players. Shooter, as Norman asks him to be an assistant coach along the way, making the feel-good story a little bit more real as he battles his alcoholism throughout the season. Up midway through the third quarter, it seemed the Racers had the game pretty well cinched up.

However, the Eastern Illinois Panthers , OVC saw things a little differently, forcing overtime and eventually defeating Murray State on a gutsy two-point conversion to seal the victory Sept. With a school record-tying five field goals from freshman kicker Jordan Benton, the Racers , OVC exchanged touchdowns for kicks in the second half as the Panthers climbed back into the game behind the play of junior wideout Erik Lora.

Lora caught an OVC-record 21 passes for yards and three touchdowns, while junior Racer receiver Walter Powell was once again the sure hands for senior quarterback Casey Brockman, catching 13 passes for yards. With both teams using up-tempo offenses and a balance of run and pass, the four-hour game had 1, yards of offense with the Racers grinding out almost yards in the loss.

Lora converted a short throw over the goal line for the conversion and the win. Kicked off the University of Tennessee football team for failed drug tests and violating team rules, Rogers elected to stay in-state and continue his college football career with the Golden Eagles 22, OVC. He finished last year an all-SEC recipient, with 67 catches for 1, yards for the Volunteers.

Watching tape on the fearsome wideout has kept Head Coach. The team spent the week recovering and preparing for Tennessee Tech. Chris Hatcher up late at night, and the coach admits Rogers is certainly the real deal. We have never faced a guy this good. In , one of the worst sports tragedies occurred when a plane carrying 37 of the Marshall University Thundering Herd college football team, five coaches, the athletic director, 25 boosters and a crew of five crashed, killing all on board.

Forced to rebuild an entire program from the ground up, Matthew McConaughey plays upstart head coach Jack Lengyel, who undertakes the mission of forging a competitive team in the wake of harrowing tragedy.

Starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. Striving to work with athletes on a more personal level, the well-to-do sports agent is left only with Tidwell at the end of the movie. This past Friday we started real practice. Having all the basic skills under control is important to McDonald.

The most important thing is to be able to pick it up and throw it, hit it or catch it. A lot of them have not spent much time in the weight room and we work really hard in the weight room. They came back ready to go and that is important. I know we are going to have good veteran leadership. They went against OVC teams, good for a ninthplace finish in the conference. Everything is going well for the team. They are just hoping for good weather so they can continue to prepare.

We will see how they will handle things a few weeks into it and see if they are still as energetic, hopefully they will be. They are working very hard. We will know a lot more at the end of the fall with some of the adjustments some of the guys make, how good we are going to be. They finished the season ninth in the OVC.

McDonald said every year they feel like they have a chance to make the tournament. However they are not looking that far ahead right now. Senior right-hand pitcher Will Handlin is looking forward to competing and having the camaraderie with his teammates. This year, however, Handlin said they have improved their depth. So there is a lot of competition. The fact that we won the top academic award and the top sportsmanship award in the same year, I am proud of our guys and of our program.


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Now I want to win our on-the-field championship. The movie is set in at the recently desegregated T. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va. Through hard work, determination, sheer will and one of the most kickass soundtracks available in cinema history, the team overcomes bigotry and hatred to become one of the most storied high school football programs in American history.

The Art of Winning an Unfair Game. The Racers finished their first day of competition in third at the Cardinal Invitational in Louisville, Ky. Freshman Preston French and senior Tyler Brown led the first day, both ending in 11th place. On Tuesday, competition was delayed for several hours by rain, but the. Racers did not falter, finishing where they started. As a team, the Racers finished behind first place Bowling Green by 10 shots and second place University of Louisville by just one stroke.

We just barely missed the second by one shot. We really played well the last round. We were the top finisher in the OVC. The whole team did a good job. Our top four guys finished in the top 20, so that was a really strong showing of the players skills. Unlike their first competition in Pineville, Ky.

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We have three really solid seniors and a good group of freshmen with Preston leading the way. I think him playing. Included on that list is Jacksonville State University, who are top OVC competitors, and tapped into an enormity of success last season. If the first few tournaments of the season are any indication, the Racers may have the chance to change that though, sending their seniors out with an OVC win. Omega Mu claims victory on intramural diamond Laura Kovarik Staff writer lkovarik murraystate.

Omega Mu took the lead early in the top of the first inning, scoring four runs, leaving the score at the bottom of the first inning. I definitely love that I chose to play for the honors team. Nawa said one of the big challenges in slow-pitch softball is getting used to the slower pitching style. A well placed hit into center field gave the team two more runs. Another solid hit into left field gave Omega Mu one more run; the score was after the bottom of the fourth inning.

Despite being down Hester B team rallied to score a run. Hester B scored the last run of the game in the bottom of the sixth inning. It always comes down to three or four teams every year. Luke Daugherty lukedaugherty11 I had a dream I saved Michelle Obama from 2 Hispanic men throwing metal license plates trying to decapitate her. Dream Luke is so brave Anna Taylor Assistant Editor: Hundreds gather for annual awareness event Hunter Harrell Contributing writer hharrell murraystate.

Hundreds of people attended the program organized by the Murray State Women's Center. Murray State adopted the program in from Germany's protests against the fears women experienced walking the streets at night which began in The Murray State Women's Center continues the annual tradition to increase awareness about abusive relationships and violence against women with special attention to rapes and sexual assault incidents that occur on campus.

The event is designed to educate students and community members. Stephanie Smith, a student worker at the Women's Center, agreed with French. Each year the event transpires a little differently as more and more students get in-.


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Many months of preparation were necessary to organize the event. Booking speakers, musicians and survivors is only the half of it. Ninety-eight empty chairs lined the edge of the field, each representing Kentucky victims who lost their lives to domestic violence or sexual abuse between and Dail proceeded to speak about finding help for the girl. President Randy Dunn and members of the Student Government Association hold candles in honor and memory of sufferers of abuse. A survivor, Melanie McCallon, read a poem about her experience with abuse, and the heartfelt recital rendered a loud applause from the audience.

Shortly after, Griggori Taylor recited an original poem written for the occasion. The slam poetry was full of emotion for both the speaker and the audience. Another survivor, Audra Napp, then took the stage. She spoke of her journey to healing. She explained the different ways to help people in situations of abuse.

She said listening and believing their stories and never judging the victims by their past are ways to help put a stop to the silence surrounding the issue of abuse. In closing the ceremony, faculty, staff, students and the members of the Student Government Association made a pledge, refusing to be a part of domestic abuse and violence against women.

Theater department starts new season with horror Dominique Duarte Contributing writer dduarte murraystate. The theater department is giving students a chance to get an early glimpse of dark mystery and horror before Halloween approaches. The cast has been rehearsing for four and a half weeks. The play has some scenic elements and will have quite a bit of action and interaction with the audience. There is an extension to the Robert E. Johnson Theatre stage that comes out and goes through the audience and an aisle was completely taken out so the characters can go back and forth through the audience.

The play tells a story without complicated or complex set pieces and mostly uses blocks, a table and scraps that the characters find in an abandoned theater. See a tweet cool enough to be featured in The News? It is located in Robert E. Ryan Schisler, senior from Owensboro, Ky.

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Williams had been facing a year-long battle with bladder cancer, his family said. The stars began the word-game tournament on Thursday. Lane Goodwin, a year-old boy from Beech Grove, Ky. Goodwin was first diagnosed March 4, with stage III alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma, after which he endured 21 treatments of radiation and 41 weeks of chemotherapy. He was then required to have scans every three months for the next five years.

On July 22, , Goodwin relapsed and doctors found a tumor on his neck and left leg. The next month scans showed Goodwin had 13 tumors on his bones. After a brief period of remission Goodwin again relapsed on May 8. Upon learning of his relapse, Goodwin was given two choices. Goodwin chose the high-dose chemotherapy sessions and has continued to undergo the treatments until Sept. What may start as a great day with him eating breakfast and maybe even getting to go outside with some friends can quickly transform to a terrifying afternoon of.

The Goodwins are appreciating every moment they have, as they are on borrowed time. In every picture Lane gave the camera a smile and a thumbs up, showing his always positive attitude. Now people all over the state, nation and even world are stepping up to the plate in support of the Goodwin family. As thousands of thumbs up pictures, offers of encouragement and donations flood the Prayers for Lane Goodwin page, the Goodwin family has been awed by so many supporters.

Lane has been on local and national news channels everywhere. We have seen thumbs up pictures from all over the world! This will bring awareness and a cure! The family is continuing to pray for a miracle as Lane battles cancer and shows the world what a true fighter is. Celebrities and organizations give Lane Goodwin a thumbs up as a way to show their support for the year-old fighting cancer. Students make Facebook pages for entertainment Shannon MacAllister Staff writer smacallister murraystate.

What we do is, we take what other people around campus are saying, and we make pictures out of it. After a time of posting the pictures onto their personal Facebook walls, they came up with the idea to consolidate their pictures into one new Facebook page centered around fun Murray State topics. See more at www. British folk group compiles unique record Austin Ramsey Editor-in-Chief aramsey5 murraystate. Instead of relying on the rhythm-reliant folk band takeoff, it seemed as though the amps were turned up almost a tad too high with this song.

That abrasive start eventually wears off, leading to a beautiful bridge slightly before the halfway mark on the track, and a few well-placed shouts between band members, who have, since the first album, considerably added to their instrumental resumes. Through the first two or three songs on the album, markedly matured instruments are heard, paired well with the start of what listeners soon recognize as a ballad between songs. Enter the code below and hit Verify. Free Shipping All orders of Don't have an account?

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