Lexington’s Race to Fix the Sewers Is Underway

With over 60% of the city’s pipeline built of vitrified clay, Lexington has a long way to go in the race to fix our sanitary sewer system…

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Congratulations to the newly elected Council

Congrats to our newly elected City Council Members!

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UK Looks to Biomass Crops For Alternative Energy Solution

Five years ago, University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service agents and forage specialists began working with northeastern Kentucky farmers on a project to produce switchgrass for biomass. Now…

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Annex Garage To Close for Renovations

The downtown annex parking garage will be closed from 7 p.m. on November 5th until late spring 2013. | Photo by Mark Cornelison | Herald-Leader Staff

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KY Women in Ag Conference Will Address Farming’s Future

The 13th Annual Kentucky Women in Agriculture Conference will focus on labor issues and the next generation of farming in our region. | Photo by Matt Goins | Herald-Leader Staff

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Light Returns to Courthouse Dome, But Still Much Work To Do

The burnt out bulbs in the top of the courthouse dome were finally replaced, but there is still much work to do before the Lexington icon will again be inhabitable… | Photo by Pablo Alcala | Kentucky.com

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City Council Trying to Decide How to Spend $1.2 Million Urban-Development Funds

Lexington has $1.2 million in leftover urban development grant money…

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Historic Kentucky Theatre Makes Plans for $1.5 Million Renovation

“The Friends of The Kentucky Theatre announced Wednesday that it is launching a drive to raise up to $1.5 million to upgrade and refurbish the 90-year-old Lexington landmark.” | Photo by Matt Goins | Herald-Leader Staff

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Hopes High for Keeneland September Sale

“While Tuesday, the second day of the 11-session marathon, lacked outright home run offerings, it registered enough solid extra-base hits to keep hopes alive for a positive overall outcome.”… | Photo by Jeff Rogers | www.jeffrogers.com

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New Facility Planned for Shriners Hospital

The University of Kentucky is in the end stages of negotiations with Shriners Hopsitals to build a facility for the organization on S. Limestone… | Rendering courtesy of Kentucky.com

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