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Alltech Names Australian, Brazilian Students Its Young Scientist Winners
ALLTECH NAMES AUSTRALIAN, BRAZILIAN STUDENTS ITS YOUNG SCIENTIST WINNERS May 23, 2013 Source: Alltech news release Two students have received the distinction of Alltech Young Scientist for research demonstrating an exceptional awareness of science and its role in shaping the future of agriculture.
Wed May 22, 2013
Police investigate fatal shooting on Ryan Circle
Detectives were still interviewing him and not filed charges about four hours after officers were called to an apartment building on Ryan Circle on a report of a man with a gunshot wound, Lt.
Bengals sign Margus Hunt
Joe Reedy took over as The Enquirer's Bengals beat writer in 2009 after covering the University of Kentucky and doing an NFL picks column.
WBKO-TV Bowling Green
Boy Found in Pool Dies at UK Hospital
Powell County Sheriff's Deputy Rob Matthews told the Lexington Herald-Leader the boy's great-aunt and legal guardian, Frankie Hall, said she was playing with Landon Pressnell in the yard but had to go inside due to a medical condition.
The Daily Caller
Cavs win NBA Draft Lottery, rights to draft torn ACL/flat-top
In last night's NBA Draft Lottery, the Cleveland Cavaliers technically were the big winners, snagging the No.
Hay & Forage Grower
Do Foliar Fungicides Keep Alfalfa Healthy?
Although "it seems clear" that foliar fungicides such as Headline reduce levels of foliar disease in alfalfa, that doesn't consistently translate to higher yields or quality, say two University of Kentucky Extension specialists.
Tue May 21, 2013
Marshall County Tribune-Courier
engagement - McDonald - Hart
Mike and Carrie McDonald of Benton announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Kelly Lynn McDonald to Jason Christopher Hart, son of Mike and Judy Hart of Calvert City.
UK researchers testing product that can freshen breath, lower cholesterol
A Texas company that recently opened a Lexington office thinks it has hit upon a winning mouthwash combination.
Mon May 20, 2013
Merlene Davis: University of Kentucky grad pushing hard for empowerment program
School, corporate and community leaders have been energized by Manchester Bidwell Corp.'s accomplishments, but work toward bringing something similar to Lexington has not been publicly noticeable.
WBKO-TV Bowling Green
Prosecutors: Farmer's Wrongdoing Started Pre-2008
Federal prosecutors say former Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer's "unwarranted sense of entitlement" goes beyond what he's been charged with.
Sun May 19, 2013
ADDA Board Narrows Field to Two for Directorship
Most of this information comes from a press release: the Athens Downtown Development Authority board has chosen Shannon Logan and Pamela Thompson as the finalists for its executive director position.
Distractions can increase surgeons' potential for mistakes
Just how much attention your surgeon pays to tasks in the operating room can be affected by a number of distractions, recent research suggests.
New Tool Detects Effects of Endophytic Alkaloid Consumption
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Sat May 18, 2013
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Womack eliminated in semifinals
Top-seeded Kennedy Womack was eliminated in the semifinals of the State Tournament on Saturday at the University of Kentucky tennis courts.
Fri May 17, 2013
Evansville Courier & Press
LETTER: Branson's proposals great for Henderson
Last week Butch Branson, one of the founding members of the Henderson Project, announced his intent to build two projects in downtown Henderson, a 30-slip marina along the riverfront and a mixed-use commercial-residential development on the corner of Second and Water streets.
Thu May 16, 2013
Floyd County Times
A legislative perspective
Kentucky has gotten a lot of attention over the years when it comes to finding innovative ways to govern.
Newest UK football commitment sees opportunity for Cats
After Kobie Walker announced Monday night that he'll be playing his college football at the University of Kentucky, the junior linebacker/safety from Washington, D.C., told the Washington Post's Recruiting Insider blog that he hopes he's cracked open a new recruiting pipeline to the Wildcats.
Security Systems News
Dallmann Systems opening Kentucky office
JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind.-Thanks to a multi-year university project and an acquisition, Dallmann Systems is opening a second office in Lexington, Ky., and is expanding business in this region.