Local/Regional News
5:10 pm
Fri August 7, 2009

Holliday's In The Hot Seat

Frankfort, KY – This week Kentucky's new Commissioner of Education started checking off what promises to be a very extensive to-do list. Kentucky Public Radio's Tony McVeigh reports on Terry Holliday's first working day in the commonwealth.

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4:46 pm
Fri August 7, 2009

Report: We're Paying A Lot To Keep People Locked Up

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1:27 pm
Fri August 7, 2009

New Season-Loftier Goals For UK Football

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Local/Regional News
3:00 pm
Thu August 6, 2009

KY Gets Its Own Stamp-Design Revealed Today

Frankfort, KY – The 44-cent Kentucky stamp features the state flag and three horses, in front of a white plank fence in a green field. "This is a fitting illustration, with the AllTech World Equestrian Games coming up next year. And it's a fitting reminder that Kentucky is the horse capital of the world."

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1:16 pm
Thu August 6, 2009

Greening The Bluegrass Up In Time For WEG

Lexington, KY – In this encore edition of Focus on UK, Bryan Bartlett highlights the efforts of UK's Tracy Farmer Center and it's participation in the "Greenstar" program.

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Local/Regional News
4:43 pm
Wed August 5, 2009

KY American Water Hands Out Grants To Enviro Groups

Lexington, KY – The money will be used to improve the environment and to aid students who want to learn more about environmental issues. The Raven Run nature center got ten thousand dollars for its new laboratory. The Friends of Wolf Run got eight thousand, eight hundred and fifty dollars for a program to explore springs in the Wolf Run watershed. In just four years Kentucky American Water has given nearly eighty thousand dollars for various Central Kentucky environmental projects.

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3:05 pm
Wed August 5, 2009

Brothers Re-elected Ed. Board Chair

Frankfort, KY – Terry Holliday says he's in Frankfort and looking forward to working with others to help all children become productive citizens. The state's new education commissioner says he's already spoken with over 20 local superintendents. "I've talked with representatives of school-based councils, KESA, KEA, KASA, KSBA, the Prichard Committee, Southern Association and many more alphabet groups!"

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Local/Regional News
9:20 am
Wed August 5, 2009

Day 1 For New Education Commish

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5:14 pm
Tue August 4, 2009

Roadside Memorials Draw Scrutiny

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Local/Regional News
1:08 pm
Mon August 3, 2009

Local Filmmakers Ready For Their Closeup

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