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Remembering Mr. Wildcat

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UPDATED, more photos: Bill Keightley, the longtime equipment manager for University of Kentucky basketball teams, died March 31, 2008. John Clay asks how UK should honor Keightley, and Billy Gillispie reflects on Mr. Wildcat’s life. Also, check out recordings of interviews with Keightley about UK hoops history.

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Former UK guard Ramel Bradley records his debut hip-hop CD “Do We Know” at the Saint Claire Recording Company in Lexington, KY. Staff video by Charles Bertram

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March 23 – 29, 2008 Week in Pictures

March 30, 2008 by Helena Hau  
Filed under Slideshows, Week in Pictures


Visits by George Clooney and Renee Zellweger, former President Bill Clinton; a Maysville celebration for Mason County’s Sweet 16 victory, horseback birdwatching and signs of spring, along with some sad instances of animal neglect.

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Hillary visits Louisville

March 29, 2008 by Mark Cornelison  
Filed under Mark Cornelison, Second Look, Slideshows

A slightly hoarse New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton declared Kentucky Clinton territory and a necessary electoral building block for her White House bid.

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Rescued dogs wait for new homes

The Gray Hawk Veterinary Clinic is caring for about 20 dogs rescued from the Animal Assist shelter in Sand Springs on March 11. Eighty-six dogs and a cat were rescued; about 60 dogs and the cat have been adopted. More coverage here. Photos by Mark Cornelison.

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