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Too many coaches can lead to confusion, but for Augusta Thomason it has led to heights she's never reached before. The Rancho Bernardo High senior pole vaulter has worked with several instructors over the years, taking bits and pieces of information
Anticipating where technology will take us next is increasingly challenging. Yet, anticipate Augusta Julian must as she oversees an institution that trains the workforce for that evolving near-future job market. Julian is president of Bluegrass
The Central Kentucky housing market seems alive and well in this post-recession economy, but have lenders loosened purse strings to make credit more readily available especially to young adults just starting a lifelong experience of homeownership?
12 September 2013 [headerlink] At first glance, these enticing images would make anyone wish their lunch break was just around the corner. But these deceiving pictures of food are actually detailed paintings made to look just like the real thing.
Hopgood has represented national retailers who have constructed and now operate more than 25 million square feet of retail development in Kentucky, Tennessee and in Indiana. Tom Martin: According to the National Association of Realtors' 2013
Business Lexington will go from being a twice-monthly publication to monthly, beginning with its June issue, on newsstands May 31. Publisher Chuck Creacy declined to say much more than that Thursday afternoon, other than the business publication's
Business Lexington editor Tom Martin was laid off Tuesday as part of a "strategy change" at the weekly newspaper, co-publisher Chuck Creacy said. "It was an amicable departure, as good as can be expected," Creacy said Tuesday morning. Martin, 63,
Incarnation Catholic School has received a gift of $100,000 and a challenge that could bring the total largess to $300,000...For information or to contribute to the Marrone Foundation challenge grant to Incarnation Catholic School, contact Tom Martin
Lexington officials and musicians announced Tuesday morning that they are pulling together several well-known events to help establish the city as the home of bluegrass music. Best of Bluegrass will be a four-day event leading up to the annual
As Wichita moves toward a vote Tuesday on whether to fluoridate its drinking water, three issues continue to arise in the public debate: whether commercial-grade fluoride is different than naturally occurring fluoride, whether the fluoride to be