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Plant May Make State an Alternative Fuel Leader

Updated: 10/08/2007 - Dr. Pearse Lyons of Alltech, an animal health company based in Kentucky, is touring across the state for support in a bio-refinery plant. The plant will specialize in ethanol technology and make the Bluegrass a leader in alternative fuel.

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Derby Horse Gets Ready for Surgery Following Injury

Posted: 10/08/2007 - Teuflesberg suffered fractures near two of his ankles during the Oct. 6 Phoenix Handicap. The horse is now at Lexington's Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital, where he'll be operated on later this week.

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Nurses Remain On Strike Until Terms Are Met

Posted: 10/08/2007 - Representatives from both sides met for about 30 minutes with a mediator on Oct. 8 in Lexington, but reached no compromise. In all, about 630 nurses are on strike.

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Adventures in Kentucky: Skateboarding

Updated: 10/09/2007 - On this Oct. 8 Adventures in Kentucky, Brandon Lokits finds himself in a very unique Bowling Green park. Here, no one is concerned with the usual running or tennis because at the Roland Bland Skate Park, it's an adventure on wheels.

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Hay Auction Helps Farmers Hurt By Dry Weather

Updated: 10/08/2007 - Over the summer, the drought took it's toll on area farmers. But a few months and a few rain showers later, is the life of a farmer any easier? Judging by the turnout at a local hay auction, the heat is still harming the business of many farmers.

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Boy Scouts Clean Up the Past

Updated: 10/08/2007 - Boy Scouts of America are committed to being responsible, participating citizens and leaders in their communities. On Oct. 8, members of Scout Troop 79 got up early to clean more than 300 tombstones at Bowling Green's Mount Moriah Cemetery.

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SAFE Helps Thousands of Motorists

Updated: 10/08/2007 - Kentucky's Safety Assistance for Freeway Emergencies Program, or "SAFE," skyrockets to success. Assistance includes helping stranded motorists, removing debris, directing traffic and assisting at accident scenes.

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Bowling Green Businesswoman Named Athena Award Winner

Updated: 10/08/2007 - Bowling Green businesswoman Regina Webb receives a prestigious award. The Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce and Martin Automotive Group named Webb the 2007 Athena Award Winner.

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New License Plate Commemorates Lincoln's Legacy

Updated: 10/08/2007 - A new Kentucky license plate will serve as a reminder of Abraham Lincoln's legacy and his Kentucky roots. This weekend, Governor Fletcher unveiled Kentucky's new Abraham Lincoln bicentennial license plate.

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Three Charged in Univ. of Memphis Murder

Updated: 10/08/2007 - This past weekend, mourners filled a Nashville church to remember slain football player, Taylor Bradford. Tennessee police say all three men are charged with murder in the perpetration of attempted aggravated robbery.

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Ky. Man in Custody Following Stand-Off at Pittsburgh Hotel

Updated: 10/08/2007 - Authorities say they used "special tactics" to lure out 35-year-old Anthony Ray Artrip, of Ashland, Ky., but they wouldn't elaborate. The stand-off began around 9:30 a.m. on Oct. 8 when U.S. Marshals tried to serve Artrip a warrant.

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20-Year-Old Shooter Named in Wisc. Shooting Tragedy

Updated: 10/08/2007 - A jealous boyfriend with a gun may have been behind the shooting rampage that left seven dead in Wisconsin, including the gunman. He was an off-duty sheriff's deputy and part-time police officer.

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Ky. Woman Gets the Gold at World Summer Games

Posted: 10/08/2007 - Thirty-year-old Jessica Haggerty rolled a 639 three-game series in the doubles competition to take home the gold medal at the Special Olympics World Summer Games.

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Senator Clinton Gains Appeal in Iowa

Updated: 10/08/2007 - Senator Hillary Clinton is moving full steam ahead in Iowa building momentum for her presidential campaign. She talked about stem cell research, health care, the war in Iraq and veterans benefits.

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Seven Killed in Wisconsin Shooting

Updated: 10/07/2007 - Seven people are dead including a shooter, and one is left in critical condition after an early morning shooting in the small Wisconsin town of Crandon.

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Local UAW Waits for National Vote

Updated: 10/07/2007 - It was a strike that lasted only two days. Now, nearly two weeks later, 688 Corvette plant employees who picketed in the streets have voted to ratify a tentative contract.

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International Walk to School Day

Posted: 10/07/2007 - On Oct. 5, students at Natcher Elementary walked to school to promote healthy living, safer and improved streets, and conserving the environment.

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Ky. Olympic Team Falls Short in Recent Games

Updated: 10/07/2007 - The Kentucky Special Olympics basketball team lost on Oct. 5 to Great Britain and just couldn't hold off an undefeated Serbian team on Oct. 6,. The team is made up of seven players from the Bowling Green area and two from Owensboro.

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Candlelight Vigil Helps Many Voice Concerns About War

Updated: 10/07/2007 - Churches and organizations of several denominations gathered on Oct. 7 in protest over the war in Iraq. An interfaith candlelight vigil was held at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bowling Green off Nashville Rd.

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Eastern Ky. Fire Destroys 1,000 Acres So Far

Updated: 10/07/2007 - Forestry crews started fighting the forest fire nine days ago, just behind the Leslie County High School. That same fire has grown to more than 1,000 acres and it's coming dangerously close to homes.

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Last Day for Voter Registration is Oct. 9

Posted: 10/07/2007 - If you're planning to vote for the elections in November, make sure you're registered. Tuesday, Oct. 9 is the last day to register to vote or make address changes for the general election.

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