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Memorial Day at Camp Nelson: ‘remembering the price of freedom’

Heather French Henry, the deputy commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs and a former Miss America, was the keynote speaker at Camp Nelson’s Memorial Day ceremony on Monday. French Henry, the daughter of a disabled Vietnam War veteran, reminded the crowd of hundreds that remembering those who fought and lost their lives was key to developing a strong national defense.

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Twins turn lives around, get scholarships to UK

Tayte and Tyler Patton turned their lives around at Martin Luther King Academy and will attend the University of Kentucky on full scholarships.
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Twins turn lives around, get scholarships to UK

NAACP rallies against Lex. Catholic High School 02:17

NAACP rallies against Lex. Catholic High School

Worker dies in trench collapse 00:35

Worker dies in trench collapse

Douglass Park Centennial 01:15

Douglass Park Centennial