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A speedy state track champion in high school, eighth-grade math teacher Kristin Gerton has proved a quick study in the classroom, as well.

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Jacob Cook
• School: Franklin County High
• Grade: 11
• Sports: Golf
• Academics: Homeschooled through fifth grade, Jacob has been a virtual straight-A student since sixth grade. He currently has a 3.9 grade-point average in advanced classes and is a member of the Student Council.
• Parents: Marsha & Dwayne
Franklin County High’s Jacob …

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Family Travel »

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Lexington’s next door neighbor is Scott County, home to Georgetown. Here’s our list of top things to do in Scott County.

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Dr. Ison, Family Health »

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School has started. The scholars are back to learning, and the germs are once again starting to spread.

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Dr. Graebe, Family Health »

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When a medical specialist recommended Dr. Rick Graebe, a behavioral optometrist in Versailles, to treat Amy Holtzclaw’s daughter, Emily, Mom thought she was getting the run around.
Math was Emily’s problem in fourth grade. She could read well and wore corrective glasses.
How could an eye doctor help her? “I was skeptical,” …

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Birthdays »

Do you have birthday traditions around your house? Would you like some? Here are some traditions for celebrating birthdays from around the world.

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Education »

Mission Now Includes Tobacco & Prescription Drugs
Sparked by a grass roots fund-raising campaign, the Keep It Real video contest has returned after a one-year hiatus with a bigger reach and broader mission.
Call it Keep it Real REMIX. That’s what organizers have tabbed the revived program.
When Keep It Real lost funding …

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