Someone shot up the Lexington Herald-Leader newspaper's offices in Kentucky today. Lexington Police on Monday confirmed that they are investigating the incident as criminal mischief, and that investigators believe the damage is consistent with small-caliber gunfire.
Countless Harrison County FFA & AgEdu Students have worked so hard to see this project through, for the 2nd year in a row. Starting in July, students and advisors have raised turkeys at our school farm, and have put forth a lot dedication. The project has come to an end right in time for Thanksgiving! Thank you to those you have supported and helped the HCHS FFA & AgEdu! #HCHSAgEdu#kyffa#HeraldLeader#learningtodo
THANK YOU to everyone who voted for us in the Lexington Herald-Leader Reader's Choice Poll - we are grateful for your support and honored to be named Best Men's Clothing Store in Lexington. Thanks so much for your support Lexington! #HeraldLeader#ReadersChoiceAwards
Throwback Thursday to an EMBRYS sale in the Herald Leader from 1906! EMBRYS has been CONTINUOUSLY in business since 1904, and looks forward to serving Lexington and the surrounding areas for MANY MANY more years! Thanks for making the last 113 years so great!