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Bluegrass veteran gets ‘little help from his friends’
Even the Beatles, on occasion, needed a little help from their friends.
Fayette County Schools
Huddled around notecards and a 36-page report of projected needs for Fayette County school buildings, members of a facilities advisory committee on Thursday viewed for the first time a breakdown of their schools’ critical and recommended upgrades.
County Chamber calls for education reform
Concerned about the economic impact of an ailing school system, the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce is speaking up about the need for education reform at the local level.
The Chamber’s re-activated subcommittee on education met Tuesday to discuss ways to inform the public and increase opportunities for Fayette County students that go beyond the debate over school buildings.
- Artisan gallery celebration
When two senators recently got into a spat over whether the Boston Marathon bombings were being politicized, the news was everywhere within minutes. Reams of commentary quickly followed. In the maneuvering over gun-control legislation, every twist and turn was instantly reported and then endlessly debated. As the effects of the federal sequester start to make themselves felt, outlets in every medium — print, television, online — are carrying both the news and the inevitable partisan sniping over its meaning.
Fayetteville council adopts agreement to make use of county building
The Town of Fayetteville made its first move on Thursday towards adopting the county’s building code.
- Grand opening
- Gallery debut
- Fayetteville’s Youth Garden
Tribune Readers’ Views — Monday, May 13
Retired county educator opposes change of direction for schools
Arrington: ‘My jaw dropped to the floor’
Tech revitalization committee a farce?
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