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Scenic Kentucky: Shelby County Sunset


2019-08-17 - Shelbyville, KY - Photo by Evan Waggener.
Sunset over a pond on Smithfield Road in Shelbyville.

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LWC Fall 2019 International Student Force


2019-08-17 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Travis Smith.
Sabine Eastham, Director of International Student Programs at LWC, proudly presents the Fall 2019 "International Student Force" - 55 new international students from 29 different countries.

Total international student population is typically 100+ students from 36+ different countries. Sabine says, "We are excited to see these #ispworldstars grow, and can't wait to learn about their cultures and traditions!"

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Carrie Redford wins FM2 basket


2019-08-17 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Brandy Held.
Farmers Market on the Square would like to congratulate one of our regulars, Ms. Carrie Redford. Her name was drawn for this beautiful basket filled with produce, baked goods, soaps and other items from the vendors Saturday, August 17, 2019.

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Newell takes 1st in State Fair 4-H Country Ham Speech


2019-08-17 - Louisville, KY - Photo by Lisa Newell-Hare.
On Thursday, August 15, 2019, approximately 700 4-H youth from around the state of Kentucky gathered at the Kentucky State Fair to put their country hams on display and give a speech.

Noah Newell, a sophomore at Adair County High School, was one of those youth, where he competed in the 2003 age division. Noah was the 59th participant out of 61 in his age category to give his required 3-5 minute speech on "How to build a ham curing facility for your county extension office".

Noah took top honors of 1st place on his speech.

Noah is the son of Jimmy & Lisa Newell-Hare and the late Robert Woodrow Newell.

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Ryan Montgomery in UK Pharmacy White Coat Ceremony


2019-08-17 - Lexington, KY - Photo from the family.
Jackie Montgomery proudly stands by her son Ryan who received his white coat in the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy ceremony August 16, 2019. The event was held in the Singletary Center for the Arts in Lexington. He has worked in David Bowman's Liberty pharmacy for the past few years and begins work as a 2023 PharmD student this semester.

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