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Where to Vote in Lexington, KY Primary 2014

Polls will be open 6 am to 6 pm, Primary Election Day, Tuesday May 20, 2014. If you want to know where to vote in the state of Kentucky, registered voters in Kentucky now can obtain information about their precinct […]

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What’s Open, What’s Closed, Martin Luther King Day in Lexington 2014

Lexington has an array of programming lined up for the 2014 Martin Luther King Jr Day observances. (Click here.) A rolling blockage for the Martin Luther King Jr. march

UK's WT Young Library by Tim Stamps

What’s Open, What’s Closed, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day in Lexington

What's open, what's closed on New Year's Eve 2013 and New Year's Day 2014 in Lexington, Kentucky? All Lexington Public Library locations will be closed after 5 pm on

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What’s Open, What’s Closed, on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Lexington KY

Christmas Eve and Christmas Day 2013: what's open, what's closed in Lexington KY? Three Lexington Walgreens will remain open on their usual open 24-hours schedule on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

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What is Lexington’s Ice Plan? What’s open? What’s closed?

 It's been a decade since Lexington's Ice Storm of 2003, and anyone who lived through it remembers it like it was yesterday. Though an ice storm forecast is

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Guidelines for the Ace Eleven Project, Year Three

At 9:10 am and at 9:10 pm on 11.12.13, we invite Ace readers to stop what they’re doing, for one moment, and take a picture. We have

Near the mouth of Marble Creek by Guy Mendes

I-75 Connector opposed by Kentucky Literati at ‘Off the Road’

Off the Road Kentucky Literati ‘disconnectors’ oppose I-75 connector at upcoming rally By Kakie Urch The tall timbers of the Kentucky literary, art and music world will stand together “Off

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A Conversation with Bob Stewart, Kentucky’s Story through the Arts

‘Telling Kentucky’s Story Through the Arts’ A Conversation with Bob Stewart, Kentucky’s Secretary of Tourism, Arts, and Heritage BY LAURA GLASSCOCK A self-described “seventh or eighth generation Kentuckian,” Bob Stewart

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Parenting Columnist John Rosemond in Lexington, citing defense of First Amendment

Parenting advice columnist John Rosemond was in Lexington today with Institute for Justice representatives, speaking at a press conference outside the federal courthouse, addressing the lawsuit the newspaper

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Reinventing Rupp (Arena): Two Buildings, Two Years, Two Firms Named

Free Rupp? Get ready for a big Ruppdate. In just two years, the complex that is now Rupp Arena and Lexington Convention Center will be two separate structures, with



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