Daily Archive: November 16, 2012

Nov 16

Regatta Seafood Grille To Close For Good This Weekend

A Lexington seafood restaurant is closing. The Regatta Seafood Grille’s last day is Saturday, November 17, 2012. The restaurant will change ownership and will be closed until next spring. A new restaurant will open in the same location with no affiliation with the current brand. All Regatta employees were notified two weeks prior to the …

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Nov 16

Should it be called Black Friday or Black Thursday?

Next Friday, bargain hunters will crowd stores all across the Bluegrass looking for all those Black Friday deals. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 16

Should it be called Black Friday or Black Thursday?

Next Friday, bargain hunters will crowd stores all across the Bluegrass looking for all those Black Friday deals. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 16

Officers line up to honor fallen sheriff’s deputy

Those who knew him say he made a difference in his community. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 16

Kentucky High School Football Playoffs

Class AAAAAA Lou. Eastern 42, Lou. Ballard 23 Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park 28, Lou. Butler 21 Lou. Trinity 15, Lou. St. Xavier 14 Scott Co. 47, Simon Kenton 9 Class AAAAA Bowling Green 35, Warren Central 21 Cooper 40, Franklin Co. 27 Harlan Co. 46, Pulaski Co. 12 John Hardin 47, Lou. Jeffersontown 0 Class …

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Nov 16

Kentucky beats Tennessee in Big Blue Crush

This is the third year in a row Kentucky has won the blood drive competition. Brought to you by Automated Marketing .

Nov 16

Family And Friends Remember Marion County Deputy

A deputy’s family and his boss said he was a wonderful man who loved law enforcement. Deputy Anthony Rakes, 31, was shot to death on Wednesday in Lebanon as he tried to help a man in a stranded car. Today the community remembered him and his lifetime of service at his viewing at Bosley Funeral …

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Nov 16

EPA Turns Down States’ Request For Ethanol Waiver

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Environmental Protection Agency has denied requests from several governors to waive production requirements for corn-based ethanol. A renewable fuels law requires that 13.2 billion gallons of ethanol be produced by this year and 15 billion gallons be produced by 2015. That’s good for corn farmers, but it’s angered poultry, hog and …

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Nov 16

Judge Grants Miley Cyrus Civil Restraining Order

LOS ANGELES (AP) – A judge has granted Miley Cyrus a three-year civil restraining order against a man convicted of trespassing at her home in Los Angeles. The stay-away order was granted Friday against Jason Luis Rivera by Superior Court Judge William D. Stewart. The 40-year-old Rivera was convicted in October of trespassing at the …

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Nov 16

Hundreds Say Goodbye To Marion County Deputy Killed In Line Of Duty

Two days after a Marion County deputy was shot and killed on the job, people from across the state showed up at Anthony Rakes’ visitation to pay their respects. Rakes may not have known how many lives he touched, but on Friday, people came out in droves to say thank you. A line formed out …

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