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A rainbow appeared over those attending Te’Niya Jones’ vigil on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018, outside the University of Kentucky Gatton Student Center in Lexington, Kentucky. Jones was a UK student who passed away in a swimming accident while studying abroad in Israel this summer.

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A rainbow appeared over those attending Te’Niya Jones’ vigil on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018, outside the University of Kentucky Gatton Student Center in Lexington, Kentucky. Jones was a UK student who passed away in a swimming accident while studying abroad in Israel this summer.

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Morgan’s Last Raid, a Civil War re-enactment, was held at Ashford Acres in Cynthiana, Kentucky on June 2 & 3, 2018. John Hunt Morgan led two major raids into Cynthiana during the Civil War.
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Reenactors in Morgan’s Last Raid, a Civil War re-enactment, wait for the day to start on June 2, 2018. The reenactment was held at Ashford Acres in Cynthiana, Kentucky, in remembrance of John Hunt Morgan's two major raids into Cynthiana during the Civil War. The event was held by the Cynthiana Battlefields Foundation to interpret, preserve and increase awareness for the 1862 and 1864 battles of Cynthiana. ×
Reenactors in Morgan’s Last Raid, a Civil War re-enactment, wait for the day to start on June 2, 2018. The reenactment was held at Ashford Acres in Cynthiana, Kentucky, in remembrance of John Hunt Morgan's two major raids into Cynthiana during the Civil War. The event was held by the Cynthiana Battlefields Foundation to interpret, preserve and increase awareness for the 1862 and 1864 battles of Cynthiana. ×
Lori Cooley trains a foal to gett used to wearing a bridle on June 28, 2018 on Cooley's farm in Harrison county, Kentucky. The foal's mother stays close by.
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Lori Cooley, 58, trains a foal to wear a bridle on June 28, 2018 on her farm in Harrison County, Kentucky. The foal's mother takes a dust bath and stays close by during training. Cooley, along with her two dogs, three cats, six goats and ten horses, lives on a 25-acre farm where she does most of the “projects” and physical labor. It also houses a cemetery, barn, both an indoor and outdoor riding ring and a cabin-like home with antebellum roots. “I mean, it’s nothing. It’s not anything fancy, but it fits the bill— with the funky old house and the cemetery...” she said, “I’m super happy here. I’ve never been as happy as I am now. I love this place." Cooley moved to Kentucky from her home of 28 years, Houston, Texas, after her boyfriend passed away in a polo accident. ×
Lori Cooley, 58, trains a foal to wear a bridle on June 28, 2018 on her farm in Harrison County, Kentucky. The foal's mother takes a dust bath and stays close by during training. Cooley, along with her two dogs, three cats, six goats and ten horses, lives on a 25-acre farm where she does most of the “projects” and physical labor. It also houses a cemetery, barn, both an indoor and outdoor riding ring and a cabin-like home with antebellum roots. “I mean, it’s nothing. It’s not anything fancy, but it fits the bill— with the funky old house and the cemetery...” she said, “I’m super happy here. I’ve never been as happy as I am now. I love this place." Cooley moved to Kentucky from her home of 28 years, Houston, Texas, after her boyfriend passed away in a polo accident. ×
Martha Barnes rubs sleep out of her eyes on July 10, 2018 in her home in Cynthiana, Kentucky.
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Martha Barnes rubs sleep out of her eyes on July 10, 2018 in her home in Cynthiana, Kentucky.

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Martha Barnes rubs sleep out of her eyes on July 10, 2018 in her home in Cynthiana, Kentucky.

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Cynthiana Presbyterian Church reflected in a puddle outside the Cynthiana-Harrison Co Library. (Photo rotated 180 degrees)
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Cynthiana Presbyterian Church reflected in a puddle outside the Cynthiana-Harrison Co Library. (Photo rotated 180 degrees)

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Cynthiana Presbyterian Church reflected in a puddle outside the Cynthiana-Harrison Co Library. (Photo rotated 180 degrees)

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The 24th annual Iron Pour was hosted by UK Sculpture SCRAP Student Sculpture Club at University of Kentucky School of Art and Visual Studies on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017 in Lexington, Kentucky.
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The 24th annual Iron Pour was hosted by UK Sculpture SCRAP Student Sculpture Club at University of Kentucky School of Art and Visual Studies on Saturday, November 4, 2017 in Lexington, Kentucky.

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The 24th annual Iron Pour was hosted by UK Sculpture SCRAP Student Sculpture Club at University of Kentucky School of Art and Visual Studies on Saturday, November 4, 2017 in Lexington, Kentucky.

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Kaitlyn Fetterman, 10, gives Harmon Moore, 60, a hug outside the Cynthiana Walmart on July 15, 2018. “He always has those flowers and a smile— it makes you happy,” said Mrs. Fetterman."
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Kaitlyn Fetterman, 10, gives Harmon Moore, 60, a hug outside the Cynthiana Walmart on Sunday, July 15, 2018, where Moore buys the flowers for his bike. Moore is well known throughout the town and is easily identified by his smile, brightly colored hats and his bike covered in fake flowers. “He always has those flowers and a smile— it makes you happy,” said Mrs. Fetterman.

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Kaitlyn Fetterman, 10, gives Harmon Moore, 60, a hug outside the Cynthiana Walmart on Sunday, July 15, 2018, where Moore buys the flowers for his bike. Moore is well known throughout the town and is easily identified by his smile, brightly colored hats and his bike covered in fake flowers. “He always has those flowers and a smile— it makes you happy,” said Mrs. Fetterman.

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The University of Kentucky Equine team's president, Mackenzie Mentzer practices with other members of the team on the morning of Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017 in Lexington, Kentucky.
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The University of Kentucky Equine team's president, Mackenzie Mentzer practices with other members of the team on the morning of Tuesday, September 26, 2017 in Lexington, Kentucky. The equine team moved into the new barn and training location built by head trainer and owner, Diana Conlon, on Labor Day.

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The University of Kentucky Equine team's president, Mackenzie Mentzer practices with other members of the team on the morning of Tuesday, September 26, 2017 in Lexington, Kentucky. The equine team moved into the new barn and training location built by head trainer and owner, Diana Conlon, on Labor Day.

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Casey Sturgeon sips a Bloody Mary during the 35th Breeders' Cup on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018, at Churchill Downs, in Louisville, Kentucky. Extravagant hats are commonly regarded as essential for Kentucky horse racing fashion.

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Casey Sturgeon sips a Bloody Mary during the 35th Breeders' Cup on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018, at Churchill Downs, in Louisville, Kentucky. Extravagant hats are commonly regarded as essential for Kentucky horse racing fashion.

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Kentucky fans celebrate on State Street in Lexington, Kentucky, on Sept. 8, 2018, after the UK Football team beat the Florida Gators 27-16, ending a 31-year losing streak. State Street is often the go-to celebratory spot after major UK sports wins.

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Kentucky fans celebrate on State Street in Lexington, Kentucky, on Sept. 8, 2018, after the UK Football team beat the Florida Gators 27-16, ending a 31-year losing streak. State Street is often the go-to celebratory spot after major UK sports wins.

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A man paints the windows of a former Civil War hotel that is being remodeled on June 20, 2018 in Cynthiana, Kentucky.
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A man paints the windows of a former Civil War hotel.

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A man paints the windows of a former Civil War hotel.

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Lucy watches the field while the Mullen family works to give one of their cows a vaccine on July 22, 2018 in Cynthiana, Kentucky. “She had four legs when we got her but she has a bad habit of chasing cars,” said Shelby Mullen
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Lucy, a three-legged, collie-mix, watches the field while 3/4 of the Mullen family work to give one of their show cows a wart vaccine on Sunday, July 22, 2018 in Cynthiana, Kentucky. “She had four legs when we got her but she has a bad habit of chasing cars,” said Shelby Mullen (not pictured).

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Lucy, a three-legged, collie-mix, watches the field while 3/4 of the Mullen family work to give one of their show cows a wart vaccine on Sunday, July 22, 2018 in Cynthiana, Kentucky. “She had four legs when we got her but she has a bad habit of chasing cars,” said Shelby Mullen (not pictured).

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Jimmy Blankenship works with his bees on his father's farm on August 3, 2018 located a mile from the Harrison county line. “Bees travel up to five miles to mate,” Blankenship said, “so these are our Harrison County Queens.”
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Jimmy Blankenship, a pharmacist at Harrison Memorial Hospital, has a unique hobby he shares with his son: Bees. Hunter, 14, has been helping his father with the bees since he was five years old. Blankenship’s father has also been dragged into the business, helping Blankenship with the bees when his work schedule prevents him from getting out to the farm. The bees are housed on Blankenship’s parent’s farm, located just a mile from the Harrison County line. “Bees travel up to five miles to mate,” Blankenship said, “so these are our Harrison County Queens.”

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Jimmy Blankenship, a pharmacist at Harrison Memorial Hospital, has a unique hobby he shares with his son: Bees. Hunter, 14, has been helping his father with the bees since he was five years old. Blankenship’s father has also been dragged into the business, helping Blankenship with the bees when his work schedule prevents him from getting out to the farm. The bees are housed on Blankenship’s parent’s farm, located just a mile from the Harrison County line. “Bees travel up to five miles to mate,” Blankenship said, “so these are our Harrison County Queens.”

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