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A total of nine local high school students have been accepted to the Gatton Academy for Mathematics and Science at Western Kentucky University or the Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University.

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Excited for the return of live music, hundreds of folks packed Western Hills High School’s parking lot Sunday afternoon for a free pops concert.

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A new artist in residence and exhibition will start and a variety of activities and events are planned at Josephine Sculpture Park this month.

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The Frankfort High School Drama Club will present "The Frankfort Drama Revue." "The Revue" is constructed on a variety show format and features multiple scenes and vignettes from well-known plays, as well as some more obscure works. This is the students' first theatrical production in over a…

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Second Street School preschoolers got into the Derby spirit Wednesday as they raced their pool noodle horses — with names like T-Rex, Watermelon, Elsa and Joe — across the Old Capitol lawn.

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Kids Fest, the annual kindergarten readiness event hosted by the First5 Franklin Early Childhood Council in collaboration with Frankfort Independent and Franklin County schools, is planned for next week.

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The Kentucky State University School of Humanities and the Performing Arts in partnership with the City of Frankfort and the Frankfort Arts Foundation will present an International Jazz Day virtual concert at noon and again at 8 p.m. on April 30.

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Project Graduation, a celebration for the graduating classes at Franklin County and Western Hills high schools, is in need of donations to make this year’s event a success.

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Buffalo Trace Distillery and the University of Kentucky have joined forces on a 15-year research project to study the genetic responses of trees from various regions to different white oak forest establishment techniques in a rural field application.   

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A yard sale to raise money for Turning Bare Feet into Learning Feet will take place Sunday at Western Hills’ parking lot by the softball field. All items will be priced at 25 cents, and monetary donations will be accepted.

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