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Elder Care »

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Residents of Richmond Place retirement community – many of them longstanding UK fans – enjoyed a book signing Monday with former UK basketball player Jarrod Polson.

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Asbury Educator of the Month »

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After 31 years as an educator – 22 in administration – Beverly Henderson was talked out of retiring by Dunbar High Principal Betsy Rains, who lured Henderson with… a salary cut?

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KU's Scholar Athlete »

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All of 5-foot-4 and 135 pounds, the Dunbar High senior is a four-year starter, two-time Bulldog MVP, two-time All-City player and was named All-State in 2014.

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Summer Camps »

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571 Area Summer Camps To Choose From

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Shortstuff, Summer Camps »

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At Lexington Family Magazine we believe one of the best ways to shake off the blahs of a long cold winter is to start making plans for all of your family’s summer fun.

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Dr. Graebe, Family Health »

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When trying to get a law changed, it helps when one of your patients is the governor of the state.
So it was in the early career for Dr. Rick Graebe, a behavioral optometrist in Versailles.

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Education »

As most parents know by now, if your high school senior has not chosen a college, he has until May 1 to decide.
Once the selection is made and your child is enrolled in college, the next step is making the transition from high school to college.
The first year in college …

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Education »

Curious-Edge

Zachary Larkin, 14, began struggling with letters in the first grade.
He pushed through but by second grade he was confused about the sound that each letter made.
Then, he was diagnosed with ADHD, and he was assured he would eventually catch up.
Zachary, with the help of his mother, Cinnamon of Lawrenceburg, …

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