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No Religious Freedom Problem with Court Approving One Parent's Choice of Religious School,

Mother and Father share joint custody of their daughter, A.R.K. ("child"), who has been at the center of a protracted legal dispute since the parties' separation in 2016. Relevant to the appeal, the parties could not reach an agreement as to where the child should attend kindergarten and petitioned the court to resolve the issue. Father's preferred choice was Seton Catholic School in Lexington, Kentucky. Mother wanted child to attend Berea Independent Community School … in Berea, Kentucky….
BEREA, KY
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Jaziri, Sayf Kadri Punch Tickets to NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Eastern Kentucky University's Ahmed Jaziri and Ahmed Sayf Kadri punched their tickets to the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Friday. They will both race for a national title in the men's 3,000-meter steeplechase June 8-11 at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Jaziri and Sayf...
EUGENE, OR
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Visitation held for Jessamine Co. Sheriff Kevin Corman

JESSAMINE COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - A rainy day reflects the somber mood as loved ones and law enforcement officials from across the state gather in Nicholasville to remember Jessamine County Sheriff Kevin Corman. Visitation will be held Thursday until 9 p.m. and will carry on from 11 a.m. to 1...
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Liberty advances to ASUN baseball final

Ft. Myers, FL – The No. 1 seed Liberty Flames routed the No. 6 Eastern Kentucky Colonels, 18-9, to advance to the ASUN Conference Championship game, Saturday afternoon at Swanson Stadium. After the Colonels tied the game at 5-5 in the top of the fifth inning, Liberty plated three...
RICHMOND, KY
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Colonels end season with loss to No. 1 Liberty in ASUN Semifinals

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Eastern Kentucky University’s season came to an end with a loss to No. 1 seed Liberty University on Friday in semifinals of the ASUN Conference Baseball Tournament. The Flames won 18-9. The Colonels finish the season 38-20, champions of the ASUN West Division and tied for the best conference record in the ASUN. It’s the most wins for an EKU team since the 1990 squad won 42 games.
RICHMOND, KY
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Missing 4-year-old girl found in Nicholasville

NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (FOX 56) – A missing child was found in Nicholasville Wednesday night. Harriet Wlemus was found safe in Nicholasville after what a neighbor called a miscommunication led to a nearly eight-hour search. A person who identified themselves as a family friend told FOX 56 that the 4-year-old...
NICHOLASVILLE, KY
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Oklahoma offers 4-star wideout Anthony Brown

Oklahoma has extended an offer to Springfield (Ohio) four-star wide receiver Anthony Brown. The On3 Consensus — a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies — has Brown as the No. 369 overall recruit in the 2023 cycle. He currently has...
NORMAN, OK
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Northmor falls to Miller, Liberty Union in district final

MOUNT VERNON — Northmor finished their season on Friday evening in a Division III district final game. The Golden Knights ran into a very good Liberty Union team and fell by a score of 10-0. This game was complete in five innings of play. Despite the loss, the Golden...
MOUNT VERNON, OH
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UPDATE: Missing four-year old Nicholasville girl found safe

UPDATE (10:10 p.m.) – A missing four-year-old girl has been found safe, according to Nicholasville Police. No other details were released by police. NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – Nicholasville Police are asking for the public’s help finding a missing four-year old girl. Police say Harriet Wlemus disappeared from...
NICHOLASVILLE, KY
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Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial Hosts Ceremony To Add Names

More names have been added to the Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial. Since 2007, the memorial has been in Richmond, near the Department of Criminal Justice Training Center. It was moved there after the original memorial became too small for all the names that were being added. Seven officers who died in the line of duty last year were recognized, along with five others who are historical honorees. Hassan Hassan, Wagner Baskett, Jr., Gary Crump, Brandon Shirley, Oliver Little, Robert Daniel and Zachary Cottongim were read. All of those officers were line-of-duty deaths last year. But, also recognized were historical honorees of Albert J. Franklin, Alonzo Robinson, Isaac Pennington, Marion Lane, and George T. Benz. The first memorial when it was dedicated 22 years ago had 295 names on it. Officers who died since 1845. Now, at its current location, there are 570 names. Governor Andy Beshear was the keynote speaker for the memorial. Governor Beshear says an officer who died just last week, Calloway County Chief Deputy Jody Cash, who was also a former state trooper sergeant, will be recognized during next year’s ceremony.
RICHMOND, KY
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Nicholasville Police say missing 4-year-old girl found safe

NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) - Nicholasville police say they are looking for a missing 4-year-old girl. Harriet Wlemus was last seen wearing a blue jumpsuit and a red shirt. Her hair is braided with white beads. Police say she was last seen early Wednesday evening. Nicholasville police are asking anyone who...
NICHOLASVILLE, KY
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Asbury University to launch track and field in 2023-24 academic year

— Asbury University announced today that it will begin a men’s and women’s intercollegiate track and field program at the start of the 2023 fall semester. The university currently sponsors men’s and women’s cross country teams and will now expand recruiting for men’s and women’s track and field. The addition of track and field will increase the number of intercollegiate sports to 18 (10 women’s teams and 8 men’s teams). Asbury recently completed its first year of provisional membership in NCAA Division III.
WILMORE, KY
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