Local/Regional News
8:25 am
Tue July 6, 2010

FEMA Registration Deadline Less Than One Week Away

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- – Nearly 60 days after Kentucky was declared a major disaster area due to severe storms and flooding, FEMA is wrapping up its mission in the Commonwealth. The agency used a building on UK's Coldstream Research Campus in Lexington as its coordinating center.

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Farmer's Market Report
11:31 am
Fri July 2, 2010

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Lexington, KY – Find out what's at the market this week and how to prepare it.

Local/Regional News
4:22 pm
Thu July 1, 2010

UK Prof Says Kagan Likely 60-70% Forthcoming

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- – If a University of Kentucky political science professor's research holds true, Elena Kagan has been 60-70 percent forthcoming during her Supreme Court nomination hearings.

Dr. Justin Wedeking says that is generally what's to be expected from anyone preparing to serve on the high court.

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Local/Regional News
3:55 pm
Thu July 1, 2010

"Horse Play" Hits Lexington Libraries

\"Lanky Doodle\" is one of 50 foals on display in the Horse Play project.

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- – Some colorful works of art now adorn Lexington's public libraries. Fifty foals and seven full-size fiberglass horses decorated by Fayette County students went on display Thursday.

LexArts President Jim Clark says the Horse Play project is an offshoot of Horse Mania 2010.

"It provides an opportunity for the kids to learn about the equine industry while they're working on it, as well as being able to work with artists and the arts teachers to demonstrate how creative they are."

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Local/Regional News
12:46 pm
Thu July 1, 2010

New UK Trustees Sworn In

Lexington, KY – After vowing they had not fought any duels in or out of the state, five new members of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees were sworn into office in a ceremony on Thursday.

Sheila Brothers, Terry Mobley, Joe Peek, Bill Farish and Keith Gannon, assume their duties immediately, though the full panel isn't scheduled to meet until September.

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Local/Regional News
11:40 am
Thu July 1, 2010

Pater Exhibit Covers Familiar Bluegrass Territory

Lexington, KY – For more than two decades, Andre Pater's brushstrokes have been doing just that, especially among horse enthusiasts; not just in his adopted home in Central Kentucky, but literally around the world. Now, the University of Kentucky Art Museum is presenting a showcase of the Polish born artist's greatest works. Director of Education, Debra Borrowdale-Cox, says the Bluegrass Palette of Andre Pater comprises more than 80 paintings.

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Tonic
9:42 am
Thu July 1, 2010

Lyric Theatre Commemorative Quilt

Later this year, Lexington's historic Lyric Theatre will reopen its doors 47 years after it closed in 1963. To mark the occasion, young and old alike are contributing squares to a commemorative quilt, meant to bridge the past and future of the venue.

Lyric program coordinator
Joan Brannon and lead artist facilitator Sarah Campbell talk with
tonic's Josh James.

tonic 2010

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Local/Regional News
3:02 pm
Wed June 30, 2010

Pie Contest Kicks Off Holiday Festivities

Lexington, KY – Judges from Sullivan University's Culinary Institute literally tasted their way through Cheapside Pavilion to determine who achieved baking excellence for 2010. Sandy Ramsey, who came all the way from Pikeville, took top honors in the "made from scratch" category with, what else, her All American Apple Pie.

"I got up at five a.m. this morning and made my pie from scratch and we left there a little before eight."

Ramsey was a two time winner on this day. She also captured the coveted "prettiest pie" award.

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Local/Regional News
11:39 am
Wed June 30, 2010

Rider Injury Database Among Goals of Equine Summit

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- – Following the establishment of the Equine Injury Database, horse racing industry leaders say the next objective is to start an injury database for riders.

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Local/Regional News
5:52 pm
Tue June 29, 2010

New Baseball League Playing Ball In Lexington

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- – Baseball is not a cheap sport. There are league signups, equipment to buy, and often travel expenses. But a new youth league in Lexington is making sure the only thing players need to focus on is enjoying the game.

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