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CKRE at home at new Northside Library

November 30, 2008 by Pablo Alcala  
Filed under Pablo Alcalá, Second Look

Central Kentucky Radio Eye, a radio reading service for the blind moves into new office space at the Northside Library.

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Tennessee embarrasses Kentucky, 28-10

Kentucky and Tennessee came into Saturday as two of the worst offenses in the country, with the Wildcats ranking 101st and UT 116th.

While the Volunteers showed some firepower in Coach Phillip Fulmer’s grand finale, Kentucky played the part to a “T.” FULL STORY

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Rees MacShara runs over Lexington Catholic

Rees MacShara scored 3 touchdowns and lead Boyle County over Lexington Catholic in the State playoffs.

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November 23 – 29, 2008 Week in Pictures

November 28, 2008 by Helena Hau  
Filed under Slideshows, Week in Pictures


Check out this week’s events and features.

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Black Friday: Bargains, lines everywhere

November 28, 2008 by David Stephenson  
Filed under David Stephenson, Second Look, Slideshows

After Thanksgiving Day’s busted diets, Friday was a day for busting doors. Lexington residents were out early, lining up for Black Friday prices on everything from wide-screen televisions to golf balls. FULL STORY

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