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  • Five Southeastern getaways for Labor Day weekend
    Five Southeastern getaways for Labor Day weekend
    More people are projected to travel this Labor Day, a positive sign consumer spending is returning to normal.According to AAA, 34.7 million are expected to travel at least 50 miles this holiday, a 1.3 percent increase over last year. It’s...
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    Family: Kentucky VA hospital declares living veteran dead
    On Tuesday, The Blaze reported that the family of Danny Dunn was told by the VA hospital in Lexington, Ky., that he was dead. There's only one problem -- Dunn is very much alive, and according to WLEX, is actually improving somewhat.Jennifer...
  • Wayne Kramer "Lexington"
    Legendary guitarist Wayne Kramer's "Lexington"
    Wayne Kramer is a songwriter and one of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time" according to Rolling Stone Magazine, and recently released "Lexington," his first album in 14 years."Lexington" features such jazz...
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    Top 5 reasons for central kentuckians to donate blood to Sonny Cohen
    Sonny Cohen was featured on LEX18 News as part of their story to highlight what one local church did to help the 7 year old boy. Many members of the Turning Point congregation, including their pastor, shaved their heads as an act of solidarity...
  • Secret Tattoo to be revealed at Lexington Tattoo Project party
    Secret Tattoos to be revealed at Lexington Tattoo Project party
    This Friday is the Lexington Gallery Hop in Lexington, Kentucky. The grand finale of the event will take place at Buster's Billards & Backroom where the Lexington Tattoo Project will be unveiling a unique art project involving over 200...
  • Tommie Turvie at World Equestrian Games.
    World Equestrian Games could return to Kentucky Horse Park
    If chosen to host the World Equestrian Games in 2018, the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington would be the first two-time host for the games, which are held every four years.A decision is expected Dec. 2.The international committee that runs the...
  • NCAA selects host cities for preliminary rounds
    2014 NCAA women’s basketball tournament: Sites for preliminary rounds selected
    The NCAA announced host sites for the first and second round games in 2014 tournament on Oct. 9.The following sites will host first round games either March 22 and 24, or March 23 and 25 (dates to be determined).Cities chosen to host first- and...
  • Take a Ride Over to Kentucky Horse Park
    Take a Ride Over to Kentucky Horse Park
    Visitors to the Lexington, Kentucky area should be sure to stop off at the Kentucky Horse Park. This state park comprising over 1,200 acres of Kentucky bluegress is the area's number one visitor's attraction, a major equine competition...
  • Best live music venues in Lexington, Kentucky
    Best places for live country music in Lexington
    Central Kentucky is well known for its music scene. There is a variety of venues to check out live music, but here are the best places to check out country music in Lexington, Ky.
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    Kentucky players talk about the 2013 season
    SEC Football Media Days is complete. On this page, I’ll be sharing an incredible amount of audio I accumulated for you and the listeners of my weekday radio sports talk show, the News Sentinel Sports Page.Here is audio from the Kentucky...
  • Freedom Hall
    OVC considering Freedom Hall and Alltech Arena for basketball tournament
    The Ohio Valley Conference is considering making changes to its basketball tournament. The league basically has three options – leave the tournament at Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, move it to another arena at a neutral site, or move it...
  • Mark Stoops
    Kentucky Wildcats football 2013 team preview w/schedule (2 of 14 on SEC)
    Here’s a different type of preview of the 2013 Kentucky Wildcats football team.I’m previewing all 14 SEC football teams here on the National SEC Examiner Page. Go to theNational SEC Examiner main pageto find the rest of the previews as...
  • Lexington sneak peak: Faberge exhibit at International Museum of the Horse
    Lexington sneak peak: Faberge exhibit at International Museum of the Horse
    The International Museum of the Horse in Lexington, Kentucky plans on a “soft” opening on July 8, 2013 of a priceless Faberge Punch Bowl set that came from Russia to America.The eleven-piece antique Russian Cloisonné Punch Bowl Set...
  • "The Girls of Atomic City" by Denise Kiernan
    Bestselling author, Denise Kiernan, to visit Lexington bookstore
    Lexington's Joseph-Beth Booksellers will be hosting "New York Times" bestselling author Denise Kiernan on Wednesday, June 12 at 7 p.m. She will be discussing her latest book, "The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the...
  • Project Appleseed.
    Project Appleseed teaches American cultural history
    The Revolutionary War Veterans Association conducted a Project Appleseed this past weekend. It was held at the Central Alabama Gun Club located near Shorter, Al. on Saturday. There were eight participants, and three instructors, allowing for much...