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Western Ky. ferry plans to resume Tuesday
Almost a month to the day after it closed, the Dorena-Hickman Ferry in western Kentucky expects to resume service Tuesday.
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Fight leads to increased security at Spencer County High School
Taylorsville Police and Kentucky State Police held door checks for students at Spencer County High School Monday morning as a precaution for the last week of school.
Mon May 20, 2013
Kentucky needs a deep run in SEC Tournament to make NCAA Tournament
The consensus opinion is that UK must at least make a deep run into the tournament, if not win the whole event, to advance to NCAA regional play.
Judge considers request to dismiss lawsuit challenging Kentucky health exchange
Franklin Circuit Judge Philip Shepherd said Monday he planned to make a ruling as soon as possible on Gov.
Kentucky Wine and Vine Fest attracts many to Nicholasville
Robin and Chris Sparks enjoyed some beer cheese and wine during the 2013 Kentucky Wine and Vine Fest Saturday afternoon in downtown Nicholasville.
KSP: 2 siblings die in Nelson County car accident
COX'S CREEK, Ky. -- Troopers with the Kentucky State Police are investigating a car accident in Nelson County that left two siblings dead.
Manager of Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary to retire
The manager of Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary and Audubon Center in central Kentucky is retiring after 38 years on the job.
1 dead, 1 injured after fight over ATV
Police in eastern Kentucky say 1 man died and another injured by a gunshot after the two got into an argument involving an all-terrain vehicle.
Cicadas about to emerge but not in Kentucky
Kentuckians don't have to worry about an onslaught of noisy cicadas this year, though experts say they're about to emerge in the Northeast.
Sun May 19, 2013
Evansville Courier & Press
Twin Bridges rusting just five to six years after painting
Mike Lawrence/The Gleaner Rust shows through a steel beam on the northbound twin bridge span.
PRLog US Entertainment
Drum Legend Bob Holz to Appear at Sterling Folk Fetival in 2013.
May 19, 2013 - SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Drummer Bob Holz will appear at Sterling Folk Festival in Sterling ,NY. Friday,May 24th at 3:00 PM ET.
MSUPD received reaccreditation by KACP
Morehead State University Police Department has received its fourth, five-year certificate of accreditation by the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police .
Summer Applause holds on in Allaire DuPont
Summer Applause ground her way to the lead in the stretch in the $148,500 Allaire DuPont Distaff Stakes Presented by Toyota, then held off Sea Island for a two-length win May 18 at Pimlico Race Course.
2 cities certified as cultural districts
Two more Kentucky cities have been certified by the state as cultural districts, bringing the total number to six.
Epicurean Kentuckian: Looking for Old Fashioned June Apples
My wife and I search each year for Old Fashioned June Apples, the kind that makes such wonderful apple butter and apple sauce.
Sat May 18, 2013
Womack eliminated in semifinals
Top-seeded Kennedy Womack was eliminated in the semifinals of the State Tournament on Saturday at the University of Kentucky tennis courts.
Former Kentucky Democratic Party chief mulling possible bid for U.S. Senate
Former Kentucky Democratic Party Chairman Bill Garmer said Friday he is considering running for the U.S. Senate next year if Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes declines to enter the race against Republican incumbent Mitch McConnell.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Bluegrass Ireland Blog
Berea in Bruff, 21 May 2013 - and more tour dates
Thanks to Ray O'Brien for forwarding this news from Biddy Hayes: The Berea Bluegrass Band from Kentucky will play the Church of Ireland in Bruff, Co.
The News and Tribune
POLICE: New Albany mother killed two children, then herself
New Albany Police Chief Sherri Knight said severe mental illness is what led to New Albany resident Jaime Clutter to drown her two children, then herself, in Falling Run Creek on March 13.