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May 23, 2012 8:20 PM

Many Central Kentucky schools close in May for 1st time in years

Thursday is the last day of classes for the Fayette, Madison, Harrison and Woodford county schools. Some other area districts, Bourbon, Clark and Garrard counties among them, already have finished. Thanks to last winter's mild weather and few snow days, many Kentucky schools are closing in May for the first time in years. It's quite a change from last year, when making up seven snow days kept Fayette schools open until June 3.

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