September / 2010
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Students are groomed each year to become future leaders in Governor's Scholars Program and Governor's School for the Arts.
>>Keyword Exclusive - Upward bound
Envirothon competition instills in students a love for the outdoors and teaches them practical knowledge of eco-system health that will remain with them forever.
>>Keyword Exclusive - Sharpen your environment IQ
The Homeplace on Green River, a 227-acre farm, serves as a historical and natural resources conservation site for students and other groups to use.
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FROM THE EDITOR - Taming the Internet
FROM THE EDITOR >>Keyword Exclusive - Cyber security
COMMONWEALTHS - Summer reading, women's health, switchgrass & more
Time capsule: 50 years ago
Bourbon fest brings visitors
Quote: National Conference of State Legislatures
Conference addresses stroke in women
The promise and problems of growing switchgrass for biofuels
COMMONWEALTHS >>Keyword Exclusive - Earthquake info
THE FUTURE OF ELECTRICITY - Ganging up on energy
CUTTING COSTS - Thrifty home security
GADGETS & GIZMOS - Appliance fires
CO-OPERATIONS - Champion students
ENERGY 101 - The kindest cut of all
WORTH THE TRIP - Historic border town stays on track
EVENTS - Pig out in Paducah, MainStrasse Oktoberfest, and more
COOPERATIVE HERO - Hugs by mail
CHEF's CHOICE - Leave room for the pie
SMART HEALTH - Saddle up safely
SMART MONEY - Underemployment
GARDEN GURU - Adaptable agave
GREAT OUTDOORS - Angling for autumn trout
KENTUCKY KIDS - Backpack
THE VIEW FROM PLUM LICK - Remember September