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Ag Commissioner Comer Talks Hemp on Kentucky Newsmakers

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer appeared on Kentucky Newsmakers with WKYT’s Bill Bryant to discuss his “full court press” to get the Kentucky General Assembly to support industrialized hemp. Comer also appeared at the Lexington Forum on Thursday, January 3, […]

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Kentucky Teacher reprimanded for Democrats can’t go to heaven comment…but not for ‘heaven’

For weeks, a Kentucky teacher has made international headlines for writing a student's post-election statement, "You can't be a democrat and go to heaven," on a white board


Lexington Mayor Jim Gray to Seek Re-Election, 2014

Lexington mayor Jim Gray announced today that he will seek re-election in 2014, ending speculation that he might take on Senator Mitch McConnell in the 2014 race, and


What is 36,897 on the signs around Lexington?

You've seen the signs all around Lexington that read cryptically: 36,897. The number is linked to an awareness campaign about homelessness in Lexington, with a kickoff event listed for


Manchester Street Stories: Latitude’s Interview with Ferrell’s Donny Washbish in Lexington

Manchester Street Stories is an informal collection of stories and anecdotes featuring neighbors who live and work on Manchester Street in Lexington Kentucky’s Distillery District. Interviews and photos


Presidential Debate Drinking Games. Now With Bingo!


The 2012 Vice Presidential Debate on Saturday Night Live

Live from New York, it's... Centre College in Danville, Kentucky? Last night's lengthy Saturday Night Live cold open was devoted to satirizing Thursday Night's Vice Presidential Debate at


30 Rock takes on the 2012 Vice Presidential Debate

Just before Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan took the stage for the 2012 Vice Presidential debate, 30 rock served up an episode skewering the 2012


The ‘Thrill’ is Gone: Spin Alley and The Political Wake Post VP Debate

  Ace Vice Presidential Debate Coverage at Centre College was produced by crew chief and Ace Contributing Editor Kakie Urch, with Ace contributors Raj Ranade and Patrick O'Dowd, and


A Centre Student Attends the VP Debate, shares perspective

Centre student Alex Gardner participated in the Centre Student Lottery and won a seat in the hall at the Vice Presidential Debate. Below, he shares his perspective with

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