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Thanksgiving tradition all about the pig-skin

November 28, 2008 by Ron Garrison  
Filed under Audio Slideshow, Multimedia, Second Look

A group of Lexington residents meet each year at the Henry Clay High School football field for a touch football game that has become a tradition. Photos, audio and production by Mark Ashley

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3-year old Bluegrass Boy


Jonathan Rader has been playing bluegrass music since he was 16 months old. Now at the ripe age of three years old, he’s playing at local music festivals. Video by Charles Bertram | Staff

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Kentucky beats Longwood

November 24, 2008 by Pablo Alcala  
Filed under Pablo Alcalá, UK Athletics

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Kentucky beat Longwood 91-57 at Rupp Arena, Nov. 24, 2008. Patrick Patterson scored a career high 28 points.

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CastlePost Media Tour

The Versailles Road castle in Woodford County has been renovated after a devastating fire in May of 2004. The Castle, now dubbed CastlePost by owner Thomas R. Post, is open as a tourist home/inn. There are sixteen bedrooms, four of which are in the outside turrets. Hear what Post has to say about his dream come true during the media interview. Photos and audio by David Perry | Staff

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Santa chugs his way through Appalachia for 66th year

Perched on the tail end of a train, Santa Claus pitched toys and candy to hundreds of people gathered along the 14 stops of the 66th annual Santa Train on Saturday. Joined by singer Kathy Mattea, the Santa Special made it’s way along a 110-mile route through Appalachia to handout 15 tons of toys and gifts to families. The Santa Train, which made three stops in Kentucky, is co-sponsored by CSX Transportation, the Kingsport Area Chamber of Commerce and Food City. Photo by David Stephenson | Staff

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