Daily Archive: November 15, 2012

Nov 15

LPC Recommends New Schools For Fayette County District

Fayette County, the second largest school district in the state, has grown to the point where many schools are overcrowded. A school district planning committee has come up with a proposal that would add seven new schools to meet the growing demand. “We have overcrowded high schools,” Fayette Schools Superintendent Tom Shelton said, “We’re getting …

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Nov 15

Boil Water Advisory Issued For City Of Midway

There’s a boil water advisory in Midway. The City says it’s because of a problem with a Kentucky-American Water line. Customers should boil their water before cooking or drinking until further notice. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 15

Update: EKU Rugby Team Suspended 2 Years For Hazing

The men’s rugby team at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond was suspended for two years, after the school concluded that a freshman member of the team was paddled with a two-by-four as part of an initiation process. In a statement released Thursday evening, EKU’s Hazing Investigation Committee said someone on the team has a two-by-four …

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Nov 15

Day 4: Kentucky Falls Behind In Big Blue Crush Blood Drive

Heading into the last day of Big Blue Crush, Tennessee has pulled ahead by 13 donations, leading Kentucky 2,370 to 2,357. “Dropping behind this late is a real game changer,” said Martha Osborne, Executive Director of Marketing and Recruitment for Kentucky Blood Center (KBC). “We’ve had come-from-behind victories before, but to beat Tennessee this year …

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