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The 2013 JA Hall of Fame Class introduced

Posted: 10/17/2012 - On Friday evening, May 31st, Junior Achievement (JA) of the Bluegrass will welcome three new members into JA’s Bluegrass Business Hall of Fame. These leaders are being honored for achievement in their careers, service to the community and their part as role models for our youth.

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Free Premium Roast McCafe' coffee all week in the Bluegrass

Posted: 09/24/2012 - Lexington, Ky. (Sept. 23, 2012) – Starting Sunday, September 23, participating McDonald’s restaurants in the Bluegrass Area will say “Thank You” to consumers and celebrate National Coffee Day by offering FREE small Premium Roast McCafe coffee until September 29

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Man charged with child pornography

Posted: 08/06/2012 - The Attorney General's Office says a Bourbon County man had more than 1,800 images of child pornography on his computer.

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Keeneland Concours d’Elegance will showcase Packard, 130 vehicles

Posted: 07/14/2012 - Keeneland Concours d'Elegance will again be held at Keeneland Race Course, July 21 in Lexington, Ky, showcasing over 130 of the finest collector vehicles in the country. From rows of vintage antiques to impressive modern marvels …

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Man accused of hatchet attack appears in court

Updated: 07/11/2012 - Daniel Carter will stay in jail on a $20,000 cash bond after his preliminary hearing. He appeared in front of a judge accused of attacking his neighbor with a hatchet.

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Man accused in hatchet attack heads to court

Posted: 07/05/2012 - Just two days after Kentucky State Police say he hit a man over the head with a hatchet, Daniel Carter, made his first court appearance in Bourbon County this afternoon.

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Man injured in hatchet attack dies

Posted: 07/04/2012 - The Fayette County coroner's office says 39-year-old Christopher Mitchell died at UK Hospital Wednesday afternoon.

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