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War documentary, director come to UK in April
The event is hosted by the UK Department of Family Studies and School of Human Environmental Sciences, who have initiated military support efforts. Both are a part of the UK College of Agriculture . It is free and open to the public.
For the film, Rademacher embedded with four U.S. combat units in Iraq in 2005 and 2006, including those of his brothers Capt. Isaac Rademacher and Sgt. Joseph Rademacher. The movie tells the story of the lives of soldiers in a war zone and their families dealing with their absence at home.
“I hope the movie helps students and community members become more aware of what it is like to be a soldier on the battlefield, the motivations behind their service, and some of the issues they encounter as they transition from war back to family life,” said Judy van de Venne, lecturer in the Department of Family Studies and UK Cooperative Extension specialist for military-related projects.
Keep the brakes on planting a little longer
Early summer could come at a price, UK ag meteorologist cautions
Photo depicts damage to apple trees after the Easter Freeze in 2007.
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The Arboretum gears up to host a Party for the Planet
The Arboretum, on the campus of the University of Kentucky in Lexington, is partnering with LG&E and KU Energy LLC to offer a month-long celebration called Party for the Planet 2012, with activities for...