Lexington’s ‘White Christmas House’ brings joy
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Lexington’s ‘White Christmas House’ brings joy

After more than 25 years of decorating for the holidays, Lexington's 'White Christmas House' is still drawing crowds. Owners and co-decorators Ron and Linda Turner say this more people visited their home than ever before. "Wonderful people come by daily and it's so special," says Ron Turner.
Wildcat Wearhouse bears benefit Ronald McDonald House
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Wildcat Wearhouse bears benefit Ronald McDonald House

If you're looking for the perfect Christmas gift for an altruistic University of Kentucky fan, consider getting involved in the Bear Hugs Program.
Recognizing the abilities of those with Down Syndrome
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Recognizing the abilities of those with Down Syndrome

October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month and D and S Community Services in Morehead says it is a good time to let people know about the abilities of those with Down Syndrome.
Calipari announces Breeders’ Cup post positions
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Calipari announces Breeders’ Cup post positions

Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari announced post positions for entries in the marquee races at the Breeders' Cup, despite joking earlier that he didn't know what horses were racing.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk

Saturday, October 24th, hundreds of people will be at Whitaker Bank Ballpark to help fight breast cancer. The American Cancer Society his holding its annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.
Lexington teacher wins travel fellowship
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Lexington teacher wins travel fellowship

In early September, Lexington teacher Janet Shedd was studying geography, plants and animals in the Galapagos Islands off the coast of Ecuador. She was named a Grosvenor Teaching Fellow by National Geographic.