Jessie M. Clark Middle School
Lexington, Kentucky
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Sep 4, 2012 • Jessie M. Clark Middle School
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Enlarged map: Explore preliminary Fayette County middle, high school ...

Jan 29, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
Red Mile area, from Jessie Clark to Lexington Traditional Middle. Speigle Heights and area near Georgetown Road and Newtown Pike intersection, from Leestown to LTMS. Aylesford Place, Ashland Park, Bell Court, Columbia Heights, Fairway, Kenwick and ... More

Kentucky House hands victory to AT&T on phone deregulation, deals blow to ...

Feb 24, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
... the Kentucky Public Service Commission of its oversight of phone service and end the obligation of major phone carriers AT&T, Windstream and Cincinnati Bell to provide basic phone service in urban and suburban areas, including Lexington, Georgetown ... More

Clarence Page: Can college kids take a joke?

Feb 6, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
Chris Rock has stopped performing on college campuses, he said in a recent interview, because college audiences are getting "way too conservative." "Not like they're voting Republican," he said in an interview with Frank Rich published in Vulture. "But ... More

Fayette County sheriff will take people to doctors, deliver medicines, issue ...

Feb 16, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
In addition, the department is distributing winter coats, gloves and blankets to Lexington residents who need them, said Elizabeth Pickett, who is coordinating the program. "We've been getting flooded with calls," Pickett said at noon Monday. It isn't ... More

Kentucky pension woes a long way from being solved

Dec 15, 2014 • Lexington Herald Leader
The pension plan covering most state employees, the Kentucky Employees Retirement System non-hazardous plan, continues to bleed red ink. In October, I appeared before the legislature's Public Pension Oversight Board to review the sorry state of the plan. More

Ky.'s job growth centers on cities, but wages lag

Dec 29, 2014 • Lexington Herald Leader
The Lexington, Louisville and Bowling Green-Hopkinsville regions had the highest growth rates in total jobs, exceeding the national rate. The mountain and Ashland regions have fewer jobs than five years ago. □ Overall, Kentucky has trailed the nation ... More

Lake Tahoe offers serenity on one side, casinos on the other

Jan 30, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
So, now when people ask me where is the one place you really want to go, I'll have an answer: back to Emerald Bay on a sunny day to see the Technicolor version. Patti Nickell is a Lexington-based travel writer. Reach her at More

Students testify at House Committee

Feb 24, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald-Leader is pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news. Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper. We encourage lively, open ... More

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