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Julie Jakway has been named vice president of business and administrative services at State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota, announced SCF President Carol Probstfeld.
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"It is one of the inexplicable frustrations of modern life, but scientists believe they have now discovered the cause of those bad hair days when your locks just will not do what you want," reports The Sunday Telegraph.
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The University of Kentucky and GE Appliances entered a master agreement to collaborate on research projects that could yield new major appliances inventions.
Central Kentucky hospitals are adding beds designed to care for the sickest of babies, patients with often long and expensive stays.
"You've made some strides already," he told members at last week's meeting of the joint House-Senate Education Committee meeting.
Patrick Newcomb will seek his place in state golf history in the Kentucky State Amateur Championship.
The Extension Master Gardener Class of 2013 is now being formed. If you think you might want to be a Master Gardener, here are some things to consider: Master Gardener candidates should be enthusiastic about learning in-depth about horticultural topics, have a love of working with people, are service oriented and want to have fun.
Kentucky state officials are launching a year-long study to find out whether the state's controversial new laws cracking down on prescription drug abuse are making a difference in curbing one of the nation's worst pain-pill epidemics.
A nitric acid leak occurred Saturday at the University of Kentucky Health Sciences Research Building, according to UK's web site.
Dr. Richard Sweigard, who took the helm on June 1 as the new dean of the Herff College of Engineering at the University of Memphis, believes strongly in the importance and value of engineering education.
The Angels announced Friday that they have agreed to terms with 34 of their 39 selections in the First-Year Player Draft, which wrapped up six days ago.
Still in the thick of its recruiting for the Class of 2014, the University of Kentucky football team added a commitment on Friday from a Lexington player who just finished his freshman year of high school and is still more than 2 1/2 years away from the day he would sign with the Wildcats.
A relative says one of the recent Butler High School graduates had been advised not to go up in the plane.
With less than two weeks to make a decision, the Liberty County Board of Education has named three finalists for superintendent, according to Chairwoman Lily Baker.
Morehead State Public Radio's Health Matters has won one of three American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons media awards during the 2013 ASCRS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Ariz.