Saving Stories
1:48 pm
Fri March 12, 2010

Saving Stories From UK's Founders' Day

Lexington, KY – In This Segment, Dr. Doug Boyd and Alan Lytle Highlight The Early Days Of Co-Ed Living At The University of Kentucky.

Saving Stories
1:43 pm
Fri March 12, 2010

Saving Stories From Mr. Wildcat

Lexington, KY – Dr. Doug Boyd and Alan Lytle Provide An Update On The Bill Keightley Collection.

Saving Stories
1:36 pm
Fri March 12, 2010

KY Has Rich History Of Negative Campaigning

Lexington, KY – In This Edition of Saving Stories Dr. Doug Boyd, Tracy Campbell, And Alan Lytle Shine The Spotlight On One of the Nastiest Political Campaigns In Kentucky History.

Saving Stories
1:31 pm
Fri March 12, 2010

Happy Chandler, Major League Baseball & Breaking The Color Barrier

Lexington, KY – In This Edition of Saving Stories, Doug Boyd and Alan Lytle Recall Kentuckian A.B. Happy Chandler And His Role In Bringing Jackie Robinson To The Brooklyn Dodgers.

Saving Stories
1:26 pm
Fri March 12, 2010

Saving Stories From The Frontier Nursing Service

Lexington, KY – Dr. Doug Boyd From the Louie B. Nunn Center For Oral History In The UK Libraries Chats With Alan Lytle About The Frontier Nursing Service.

Saving Stories
1:20 pm
Fri March 12, 2010

More Memories of Alben Barkley

Lexington, KY – Part two of our series of remembrances of Harry Truman's Vice President and native Kentuckian, Alben Barkley.

Local/Regional News
10:30 am
Fri March 12, 2010

Senate Committee Approves Instant Racing Bill

Frankfort, KY – A bill moving in the Kentucky Senate would let horse tracks install electronic machines that allow instant wagers on thousands of previously run horse races. A small percentage of the money generated by the machines would flow to the state's ailing horse industry.

The instant racing bill, sponsored by Georgetown Sen. Damon Thayer, passed the State and Local Government Committee, 11-1. The lone opponent was Bowling Green Sen. Mike Reynolds, who opposes expanded gambling.

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Local/Regional News
5:41 pm
Thu March 11, 2010

WEG Title Sponsor Launches Creativity Program In Area Schools

Lexington, KY – The Alltech Creative Scholar Program will reward students for their essays, stories, or artwork with general admission tickets to the World Equestrian Games.


Alltech President Dr. Pearse Lyons says the creativity project is designed to teach kids about the many equestrian events that will held at the Kentucky Horse Park in September. Elementary students in Fayette, Jessamine, Scott, and Woodford Counties will participate in the program.

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Local/Regional News
5:17 pm
Thu March 11, 2010

K-12 Education Leaders Not Happy With House Budget

Lexington, KY – The spending plan that passed out of the House would eliminate two instructional days from the school calendar in an effort to save money.

Holliday says it sends the wrong message to federal education officials, who are currently considering Kentucky's application for Race to the Top funds. The Commonwealth hopes to receive some 200- million dollars in funding.

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Saving Stories
5:10 pm
Thu March 11, 2010

Memories Of The First Pol To Be Called Veep

Lexington, KY – In this edition of "Saving Stories" Dr. Doug Boyd and Alan Lytle recall the heyday of former Vice President Alben Barkley.

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