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March 22 – 28, 2009 Week in Pictures


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Photos&Video: Billy Gillispie is out

Billy Gillispie is out

University of Kentucky officials are aiming to settle for less than the $6 million buyout provision in ousted basketball coach Billy Gillispie’s “memorandum of understanding.” ORDER PHOTO REPRINTS


While Billy Gillispie took the high road Saturday in talking about his two seasons as Kentucky coach, his attorney sounded ready to go to court to get his client $6 million in compensation. UK’s buyout obligation remained unresolved as the school fired Gillispie as coach on Friday. Story

March 15 – 21, 2009 Week in Pictures


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Video: Lexington ballet tells the ‘Tales of Beatrix Potter’
Video: Chico Fellini has a new sound and a new album
Photos: Blackburn’s Canine Companions
Videos: 2009 Boys’ Sweet Sixteen Tournament
Photos: KY advances in NIT over UNLV
Video: Art class is hot
Photos: Morehead cruises past Alabama St. for Louisville
Photos: Lokomat, The Waling Machine

March 8 – 14, 2009 Week in Pictures


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Video: Artists in Residence at Sayre
Photos: UK loses to LSU in SEC
Photos: UK defeats Ole Miss 71-58
Photos: UK Football Pro Day
Photos: UK Practice for SEC at Tampa
Photos: Lexington Catholic – Scotty County (Boys’ 11th Final)
Photos: DanceBlue marathon
Photos: Lexington Christian – Scott County (Girls’ 11th Region)
Photos: UK turns over the game to Florida
Photos: Lexington Catholic – Madison Central (Boys’ 11th Region)
Photos: Lafayette – Scott County (Boys’ 11th Region)

Artists in Residence at Sayre


During the past two weeks, Sayre School students in Lexington were introduced to Asian music and dance through the school’s “Visiting Voices” initiative. The performance Friday March 13 in the school gym featured artists-in-residence Cheryl Pan and K.H. Han and classes from many grades.

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