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The Royal Treatment

Kentucky Derby Festival Princesses reign over the celebrations of spring more »

Mar 28, 2014 by in People

Do Your Shrubs Need a ‘Do?

Few, if any, topics cause more fear and trembling among gardeners than the subject of shrub pruning more »

Feb 25, 2014 by in Gardening

A New Blue Line

EKU professor rises to the challenge of 21st century law enforcement. more »

Jan 28, 2014 by in Education

Hope, Healing and Horses

Lexington's Angel Heart Farm is a respite for children with life-threatening illnesses more »

Sep 20, 2013 by in Health

Heeding the Call

Paducah medical professionals share their gifts with communities a continent away. more »

Jan 18, 2013 by in Health

Dance of Fellowship

An Eastern Kentucky Hollow is Home to One of the Oldest Continuing Square Dances in the Country more »

Sep 17, 2012 (1 Comments)

Photo by Brad Rankin Studio

Holiday Haven

If the thought of decorating for the holidays makes you feel anything but jolly, take a cue from Paducah designer Kenn Gray and you'll be in a Ho! Ho! Ho! mood in no time. more »

Nov 18, 2013 by in Home

Photos by Abby Laub

Country Contemporary

Create a Thanksgiving celebration that pays tribute to native Kentucky foods more »

Oct 21, 2013 by in Home

Brewmaster of the House

Enjoying a locally brewed craft beer isn’t hard to do here in Kentucky. However, some Kentuckians want to create and take ownership and pride in their own handiwork. If you're one of them, check out these DIY tips for becoming a home brewmaster. more »

Feb 20, 2013 by in Home

A Comforting Presence

The James Graham Brown Cancer Center's Barbara Kruse lends a caring hand - and more - to cancer patients. more »

Oct 10, 2012 by in Health

Photo by Sarah Dills

Rural Roots, International Audience

Williamstown designer returns to his family farm and builds a business that gives back more »

Jun 27, 2013 by in Home

Kentucky State University pawpaw research program

Photo by Wales Hunter

Pawpaw-palooza

Educators, students and farmers celebrate the native Kentucky fruit more »

Jul 18, 2013 by in Education

Aquaculture at Kentucky State University

The aquaculture business is relatively new to the state, and thanks to work from the world-renowned aquaculture program at Kentucky State University the industry is slowly getting some fins under it. more »

Jul 27, 2012 by in Education

Water Wisdom

Remember the blistering heat and the depressingly desiccated and distraught gardens of last July and August? Walt's watering advice will help your plants survive if drought strikes again. more »

Feb 20, 2013 by in Gardening

National Racing Hall of Fame jockey and North American Racing Academy founder Chris McCarron

Photo courtesy of Churchill Downs

Industry Superfecta

The North American Racing Academy is the first professional jockey school in the United States. more »

Mar 25, 2013 by in Education

Good Stuff Lasts

Longwood Antique Woods gives ancient Kentucky wood new life. more »

Jul 27, 2012 in Home

Growing Up Carloftis

The star garden designer's path to success started with a unique Kentucky upbringing. more »

May 29, 2012 by in Places

Oh, the Places You'll Learn

Kentucky college students study abroad and become citizens of the world. more »

Jan 18, 2013 by in Education (1 Comments)

Settle in for a Garden Read-In

Gardening season may be winding down but you can curl up with a good gardening book to keep that green thumb green. more »

Jul 27, 2012 by in Gardening

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