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2:01 pm
Fri October 8, 2010

This Weekend One For The Recordbooks For Lexington

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6:20 pm
Thu October 7, 2010

Lyle Lovett Set To Bring Curtain Down On WEG

Lexington, KY – There have been many bright spots for Americans competing in the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, but as the Horse Radio Network's Samantha Lederman Clark reports, last night, wasn't one of them.

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5:16 pm
Thu October 7, 2010

Homeland Security Chief Visits Lexington

Lexington, KY – Lexington will soon sign on to become one of 650 so-called Secure Communities. Essentially it'll allow the fingerprints of anyone arrested by local authorities to be shared with federal immigration officials.

"It is the most uniform, consistent, and easy way to make sure that we identify those who not only have broken our criminal laws but also have broken our immigration laws, and make sure that we have a seamless transition from the criminal justice system into the immigration and deportation system."

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2:53 pm
Thu October 7, 2010

First Lady "Troubled" Over Paul Comments On Breast Cancer Research

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1:07 pm
Thu October 7, 2010

Program To Help Veterans Heal Via Equine Therapy

Lexington, KY – War veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder may soon find relief in the form of equine therapy. Central Kentucky Riding for Hope, a Georgetown-based non-profit, is launching a new program called Horses for Heroes.

"It's going to be a very small pilot program with four veterans and will be a learning curve from there, hopefully," says CKRH Executive Director Pat Kline.

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9:00 am
Thu October 7, 2010

Education Commish Gets High Marks For First Year

Frankfort, KY – The Kentucky School Board is giving Education Commissioner Terry Holliday high marks in his first annual performance assessment. Holliday was hired in July 2009 to replace former Commissioner Jon Draud, who resigned for health reasons. Board Vice-Chair Dorie Combs says Holliday is diligent, passionate about his work, and prepared.

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5:32 pm
Wed October 6, 2010

Para Dressage, Vaulting, and Jumping Featured on Day 12 of WEG

Lexington, KY – In this edition of the WUKY Centre College WEG report, the Horse Radio Network's Samantha Lederman Clark recaps a busy day at the Kentucky Horse Park, and Brenna Angel chats with a vaulter who is blazing a trail for the nation of China, while not letting a birth defect slow her down.

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3:10 pm
Wed October 6, 2010

AP Report: Bill Clinton To Stump For Conway

Louisville, KY – Former state Democratic Chairman Jerry Lundergan said Wednesday that the details regarding Clinton's visit are still being worked out. Lundergan is a close friend of the Clintons.

Conway's campaign could not immediately confirm the visit.

Clinton carried Kentucky twice in serving two terms in the White House, and his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, trounced Barack Obama during Kentucky's Democratic presidential primary in the spring of 2008.

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12:34 pm
Wed October 6, 2010

Churchill Downs Pulls Plug on Music Festival

Louisville, KY – Churchill Downs Incorporated has dissolved its Churchill Downs Entertainment division and will not host another HullabaLOU music festival next year.

In a press release, the company blamed the poor economy and excessive heat for lackluster attendance at the July festival. About 79 thousand tickets were sold to HullabaLOU, and CDE president Steve Sexton said afterward that the event would return in 2011. Sexton has now resigned his position.

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4:38 pm
Tue October 5, 2010

ASPCA Story Told In New Exhibit at Kentucky Horse Park

Lexington, KY – The International Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky Horse Park unveils a new exhibit Tuesday: "Angels for Horses" chronicles the history and mission of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Museum Director Bill Cooke says it's a story well worth telling.

"It reveals a wonderful bit of history but it also does show that organizations such as this are still very much needed and just do a wonderful job in taking care of the animal that we all revere so much here at the park."

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