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Man is arrested after chase

Posted: 03/30/2010 - A Science Hill man was arrested early Tuesday morning after he led local law enforcement officers on a 20-minute chase.

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Seether Coming to Rupp Arena

Updated: 03/30/2010 - Seether with special guests Five Finger Death Punch, Hellyeah, Drowning Pool & Lacuna Coil are coming to Lexington's Rupp Arena Sunday, May 9th, 2010

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Man dies after shooting near his home

Updated: 03/17/2010 - Investigators in Pulaski County say 62-year-old Steven Quaid was shot in the head, apparently with his own rifle. They're still not sure how, or why, the shooting occurred.

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Police dog bites off part of DUI suspect's ear

Posted: 03/15/2010 - Brian Davis says he doesn't fault police for arresting him. But he says he doesn't understand why a police canine bit his ear off during the arrest.

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The Center launching series of one-day career-training courses

Posted: 03/12/2010 - Are you looking to learn more about the latest in computer software applications in the Microsoft Office suite? Or are you interested in moving up the career ladder in your company by taking on a leadership role in a major team project?

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Body found in Pulaski County home

Updated: 03/05/2010 - Right now, police are just calling this a death investigation. An autopsy is taking place Friday.

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Andy Cooney and multi-talented cast present ‘Forever Irish’

Posted: 03/03/2010 - Irish American recording artist and performer Andy Cooney will lead a multi-talented cast of entertainers at “Forever Irish,” a traditional Irish show featuring music, comedy, and dance on March 11 at the next Center Stage performance at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset.

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Kentucky Arts Council offers apprenticeship program in folk traditions

Posted: 02/24/2010 - The Kentucky Arts Council is accepting applications until March 15, 2010, for the Folk and Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program. The grant program offers funding support for master folk artists to teach the skills, ways and culture of Kentucky's living traditional arts to less experienced artists who are part of the same community.

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