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áThe Sun Belt was a combined 1-8 in the opening week, with the only win coming in a battle of conference teams, with Florida International beating North Texas 41-16. áThe rest of the conference had teams playing money games against teams from the...
LOUISVILLE — Robert E. Sleet, son of the late Edward Briscoe Sleet Sr. and Georgia Graves Sleet Bright, passed away Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011. áSurvivors include sisters, Lyda Smalley, Mary A. Sleet, Liz (Ellison) Meaux and Ethyle Sleet; a brother,...
Colonel Eugene F. Kinnaird Sr., 92, passed away peacefully at home on Sept. 1. He was born in Lexington. He was a member of Southeast Christian Church, a retired Colonel of the Kentucky Air National Guard, and a veteran of the Army Air Corps during World...
There are only a few events that I can tell you with absolute certainty where I was at that time. Sept. 11, 2001, was one of those times. I was in the Chicago area for an Inland Press Association digital media conference. As news spread of potential...
The heavy hand of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service landed on 11-year-old Skylar Capo and her mom in June, after an agent happened to spot Skylar holding a baby woodpecker in her hands at a Lowes home improvement store in Fredericksburg, Va. Actually,...
Governor Mitch Daniels ordered the immediate closure of the Sherman-Minton Bridge between Indiana and Kentucky near Louisville Friday. Indiana and Kentucky transportation officials were informed of the discovery of a concerning crack in the critical...
Was it so long ago that a holiday meant a day of relaxation and decompression from a hectic work life? It seems such a short time ago that Memorial Day or Thanksgiving Day was a time of leisure, possibly filled with a parade or some civic activity that...
Sentinel Staff WriterOrlando Science Center has extended the run of the exhibit "Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked the World." The 5,000-square-foot exhibition, which follows the history and evolution of the guitar and related stringed instruments, will remain in place...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgWildcat Ford presents check to West High West Jessamine High School received a $7,000 check from Wildcat Ford and Ford Motor Company at halftime of its first home football game Friday, Sept. 2. The money was raised as part of Ford Motor Company’...
email@example.comLEXINGTON — Raymond Sanders knew Kentucky fans were worried last week when Kentucky was struggling through an abysmal first-half offensive performance against Central Michigan. “We were worried, too, and I understand, and we understand, that...
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LEXINGTON — Kentucky coach Joker Phillips is not worried about how the fans support the Wildcats despite a small crowd for the opening win over Western Kentucky in Nashville, Tenn., or a non-sellout for Saturday’s win over Central┐Michigan....
The Winchester Sun notified the local parks board Thursday of what the newspaper believes to be a violation of the state Open Meetings Act when the board conducted a closed session Monday. Before voting 4-2 in open session to allow the Winchester...
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