Coming and going
Above: Eli Capilouto, right, took the oath from University of Kentucky board chairman E. Britt Brockman, left, at  Capilouto's investiture ceremony as UK's new president on Oct. 18 at Singletary Center for the Arts. 

Left: Fayette County Schools superintendent Stu Silberman, with students at the new Edythe J. Hayes Middle School in 2004, resigned in September, seven years into his 10-year contract.
Coming and going Above: Eli Capilouto, right, took the oath from University of Kentucky board chairman E. Britt Brockman, left, at Capilouto's investiture ceremony as UK's new president on Oct. 18 at Singletary Center for the Arts. Left: Fayette County Schools superintendent Stu Silberman, with students at the new Edythe J. Hayes Middle School in 2004, resigned in September, seven years into his 10-year contract.
Coming and going Above: Eli Capilouto, right, took the oath from University of Kentucky board chairman E. Britt Brockman, left, at Capilouto's investiture ceremony as UK's new president on Oct. 18 at Singletary Center for the Arts. Left: Fayette County Schools superintendent Stu Silberman, with students at the new Edythe J. Hayes Middle School in 2004, resigned in September, seven years into his 10-year contract.

The year in Kentucky: a roundup of 2011 news, from serious to frivolous

December 31, 2011 12:00 AM

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