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Lexington, KY - It is one of the businesses in downtown Lexington that people probably drive by thousands of times and do not know what is going on inside. “We hear that all the time,” said Dianne Bennett, who has owned CoachCraft... Read more

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Lexington, KY - As the population of America — and Kentucky — gets older, more and more families are faced with difficult decisions about the best living situations for older adults.Sharbel Joseph has seen how families can... Read more

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Lexington, KY - It is starting small, but the Wesley Village retirement community in Wilmore, Ky., wants to serve as an example of how Kentucky can improve the lives of its older adults.In 2011, it became the first in the state... Read more

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Lexington, KY - When Bill Cloyd was 18 years old, he used old TV antenna towers to build an 80-foot-tall structure for bungee jumping. That was followed by a spinning centrifuge ride and a device to launch people through... Read more

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Lexington, KY - George Goldsworthy has been working with computers as an educational tool since 1984, but it is really just in the past few years, with faster Internet service, that the educational programs "started... Read more

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Lexington, KY - With 36 years of experience in construction law, Buckner Hinkle knows that when there are disputes in a large building project, things can get messy very quickly.Some of the most important work... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Erica Horn always knew she wanted to be a lawyer. "The accounting thing was kind of a detour," she said.But, like a side quest in a role-playing game, Horn picked up some valuable tools, skills... Read more

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Lexington, KY - The letter came in late November to FatKats Pizzeria, which had opened in Lexington a few months earlier. ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, notified owner Kathy Lyons that... Read more

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Day 4 - Wednesday, Jan. 12Lexington, Ky. - It's a happy new year so far for the Thoroughbred industry.Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale ended Thursday with totals up more than 50 percent... Read more

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Lexington, KY - For decades, people looking to buy horses have been seen at a sale with a well-thumbed catalog listing hundreds of horses, crammed with information about the racing and breeding success in their bloodlines... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Lexington could use more convention space, but in order to use it well, it could also use more downtown hotel rooms, more flights in and out of Blue Grass Airport and a stronger marketing presence.That... Read more

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Lexington, Ky. - Powered by two large dispersal sales, premium fillies and mares and some willing buyers, the final numbers from the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale show it beating the 2010 total sales figures... Read more

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Lexington, KY - When you get advice from a doctor, the next thing you often do is to get a second opinion. Dr. Rallie McAllister of Lexington decided pregnant women and mothers could use a whole lot more than that.When... Read more

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Lexington, KY - When the notion of a smoking ban first started being voiced in Kentucky, it was often business owners - restaurateurs and bar owners especially - who decried it as an attack on their ability to operate... Read more

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Day 11Lexington, Ky. - Heading in to its final day, the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale was still producing six-figure sales.Five Gold Rings, a 6-year-old mare by Touch Gold who is in foal to Indygo... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Some concert promoters and people who make it their mission to bring people and events into downtown Lexington say the city is missing an opportunity by not discussing building a performing... Read more

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Wednesday, Oct. 26Lexington, Ky. - The Fasig-Tipton Fall Yearling Sale finished even stronger than it started, with final day producing the topper for the three-day sale.A colt by Medaglia... Read more

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(Editor's note:) In these times of prolonged economic malaise, if not abject concern, a lot of powder is being kept dry as many investors await the day when some reasonable level of trust can be placed in the long-term outlook. Some,... Read more

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Lexington, KY - For some of the horses running in the Breeders' Cup in Louisville, their next stop will be just down Interstate 64 to be sold at Fasig-Tipton in Lexington, and the auction house is debuting some new technology... Read more

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Lexington, Ky. - Lexington will be adding 25 officers to its police force, paid for with a federal grant of $3.9 million.The grant was announced Thursday, along with an announcement by Mayor Jim Gray that he is... Read more

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