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Gov. Beshear to Make Announcement at James Madison Middle School

Kentucky's governor plans to make a school safety/transportation project announcement at James Madison Middle School in Madisonville on Friday.

Posted: Jul 8, 2021 3:00 PM

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear plans to make several stops in western Kentucky on Friday.

The governor's 1:00 p.m. stop will be at James Madison Middle School in Madisonville.

During his time at James Madison Middle School on Friday, Gov. Beshear will make an announcement about a school safety/transportation project.

The governor will be joined on Friday by Hopkins County Schools Superintendent Amy Smith, James Madison Middle School Principal Matt Melton, and Pride Elementary School Principal Kristy Saint.

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