Archive | October 21, 2010

Attempted assault reported; police continue to investigate

WKU Police are continuing to investigate the report of an attempted assault that occurred Thursday evening on Normal Street near the Helm-Cravens Library. Police said a female student reported an attempted assault by two white males, who were described as clean-shaven, approximately 5 feet 10 to 5 feet 11 inches tall, in their early 20s, […]

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WKU graduate Janey Thornton to speak at Homecoming brunch Oct. 30

Dr. Janey Thornton, U.S. Deputy Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services (FNCS), will be the featured speaker at the Homecoming Brunch for the WKU Department of Consumer and Family Sciences. Dr. Thornton, a 1970 WKU graduate, is responsible for improving the health and well-being of Americans by developing and promoting science-based […]

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Kelly Autism Program presents awards

The Kelly Autism Program at WKU presented the 2010 Alliance Awards Oct. 19 at Downing University Center’s Cupola Room. The Kelly Autism Program, part of the Suzanne Vitale Clinical Education Complex at WKU, serves individuals from age 7 through adulthood diagnosed in the Autism Spectrum Disorder Continuum. The Alliance Award Ceremony recognizes individuals making significant […]

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20 competing for Homecoming queen

Twenty WKU students are competing to become the 2010 Homecoming queen. The winner will be crowned during halftime of the Oct. 30 Homecoming game against North Texas. The game will begin at 2 p.m. at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium. The theme for this year’s Homecoming is Thrill on the Hill. This year’s queen candidates are:

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State’s drought conditions intensify

As the leaves fall across Kentucky, they are falling on dry ground. Following widespread flooding across a large portion of Kentucky in early May, the late summer and early fall have seen the emergence of drought. Precipitation totals have been running well below normal from western Kentucky through the Ohio River Valley. Dry conditions have […]

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