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Kristy Robinson Horine

In the early 20th century, Katherine Pettit and May Stone began educational and community assistance programs in eastern Kentucky that have had a lasting impact. more »

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Kentucky farriers forge science and art in caring for horses’ hooves more »

Education

Members of Trikes for Tikes volunteer their time to give new life to old bicycles and tricycles. more »

People

The Commonwealth honors its soldiers with The Kentucky Veterans of the Year Program. more »

People

God’s Pantry Food Bank celebrates 60 years of providing assistance to Kentuckians more »

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The Children’s Reading Foundation of Appalachia helps Kentucky families give their preschoolers a literacy leg up. more »

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Kentucky woodworkers craft high-quality, aesthetically pleasing furniture. more »

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On Friday, May 15, 2015, folks from around the state will converge at Keeneland for the 35th Annual Taste of the Bluegrass, benefiting God’s Pantry Food Bank, headquartered in Lexington. more »

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Meet Don Morton, who works with H.E. “Tex” Sutton Forwarding Company, which specializes in the air transport of horses more »

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Brett Bentley

Blacksmiths forge passion and metal into art more »

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The changing faces of Kentucky’s higher education presidencies more »

Education

Lexington woman finds comfort in collecting more »

People

Elmwood Inn Fine Teas owner Bruce Richardson shares advice on how to brew the perfect pot more »

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The Great Toilet Paper Quest

For this Southern writer, learning to let go is as simple as buying a roll of toilet paper more »

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Veterans transition to civilian life and cultivate a sense of purpose by farming more »

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The Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky preserves the stories of our Commonwealth and its people. more »

History

Parent of the Universe

Being a hands-on parent sometimes means a parent must learn to 'let go'. Don't worry, there are coping mechanisms for that! more »

A Kentuckian in Paris

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Cheryl Amstutz

Musicians find their rhythm and create the sweet harmony of community more »

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One Last Ride

May 18, 2013 was a fine day for one last ride. more »

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

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