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Family Of Veteran Keeping Up Crosses

Posted: 05/26/2008 - The year before he died, Lenord Ray Bean Sr., took a batch of unclaimed wooden crosses from a memorial, mended and repainted them, then placed the markers on the graves of veterans at a cemetery in Smith Mils.

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Lexington Cemetery Memorial Day Ceremony

Updated: 05/26/2008 - Hundreds gather at Lexington Cemetery to honor fallen military members. Current members of the military and Veterans share their thoughts on Memorial Day.

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Beshear Still Hoping For Sprint Cup Race

Posted: 05/26/2008 - Gov. Steve Beshear says he's still hoping the state lands a Sprint Cup race at Kentucky Speedway in time for next year, despite NASCAR's indications to the contrary.

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Vandals Hit Central Lexington Over And Over

Updated: 05/26/2008 - Neighbors say a graffiti problem in Central Lexington is "out of control." Over the past few weeks vandals have defaced everything from homes to businesses and public property.

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DeAnn Stephens Says Goodbye

Updated: 05/26/2008 - After 12 years with the WKYT family, DeAnn Stephens said her final goodbye Sunday night.

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Memorial Held For Bus Crash Victim

Updated: 05/26/2008 - The American Legion Post 109 in Falmouth honored Daniel J. Wood during their Memorial Day ceremony Sunday afternoon.

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Teen Killed After Being Hit By Train

Posted: 05/25/2008 - An Eastern Kentucky teen is dead after police say he and a friend were trying to beat an oncoming train on their bicycles.

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Boyd County Golf Course Seeks Beer Sales Exemption

Updated: 05/26/2008 - Owners of the Sandy Creek Golf Course are poised to be the first Boyd County facility to seek a special election to allow the sale of alcohol at its Mead Springer Road course, reports the Ashland Daily-Independent in its Sunday edition.

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Historic Georgetown Landmark May Get $16 Million Facelift

Updated: 05/26/2008 - An ambitious $16 million renovation project for Cardome Centre was unveiled over the weekend at a private reception held by the Cardome Academy Association, Inc., which is seeking to take over the administration of the Scott County historical landmark.

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Federal Judge Rules For Richmond In Suit Involving Police Officer

Updated: 05/26/2008 - A federal judge had dismissed a lawsuit against the city of Richmond and one of its police officers which alleged a case of mistaken identity violated her constitutional rights, reports the Richmond Register in its Sunday edition.

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Nat'l GOP Support Uncertain For Northup Re-election Bid

Updated: 05/26/2008 - When Republican Anne Northup ran for re-election to her 3rd District House seat in 2004 and 2006, she got almost $900,000 from her party's congressional fundraising arm, reports The Louisville Courier-Journal in its Sunday edition.

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Trucking Company In Violation Before Crash

Updated: 05/24/2008 - The trucking company involved in a deadly school bus crash in Pendleton County had several safety violations already on the books.

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Memorial Day Flower Girl

Updated: 05/24/2008 - A determined young girl vows to complete her plan to place flowers on the graves of forgotten soldiers in long ago wars.

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KY Engineer Interviewed For FBI Highway Contracts Probe

Updated: 05/26/2008 - The FBI has interviewed an engineer who was closely involved with state highway contracts as part of an investigation of Transportation Cabinet procedures when Ernie Fletcher was governor.

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