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onto mlcrOfllm throughout the state onto microfilm. has the greatest potential for preser- SChOlarSI I IpS t0 ,
(AP) _ After a yearlong hiatus, With a reorganized staff and vation,” she said. . . , Vt ‘ , . ' I -.
the University of Kentucky plan, library off1c1als expected to However, It IS poss1ble that the oumallsts . . -
Libraries planned to open its restart their microfilm services by department could switch to a struc— .1 ~ ' ‘ , * ?
Preservation Reformatting Center mid-August. Officials hope to have ture in which it would digitally The Religion Newswxiters ;
. . later this month and resume record- about a dozen newspapers from store the newspapers for everyday Associationfirivitelsiawa licantsto -
in Kentuck news a ers on micro— throughout the state caught up by use, then create a microfilm version . . . . p? , . , I
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film. the end of the year, Ryder sa1d. for securlty purposes, she sa1d. ~.ra .: which 1'6 Vid’é" #fim;
Since last summer library Offi_ There will also be more of a Carl West, editor of The State grog“ pt V S -
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~ attempt to form a better busmess tants and less on dedicated, full- paper was one of the newspapers . . . . .
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model. Before, the program had fall~ tlme staff,-she said. the UK Librarles had been m1cro- parking and other Costs.
en behind in its microfilming efforts But the department W111 HOt be filming. The scholarships can be used ,
and had been losing money. going dlgital — at least not yet, Ryder During the hiatus, the newspaper at any accredited college, univer— {g .
”We used the time to sort of said. . . . . has been preservlng copiesm digital sity, seminary or similar institu— .
examine our work proceSS, sald Instead, library off1c1als'rema1n format, West sa1d. Newspaper off1- tion. Journalists can take any
Becky Ryder, head of preservatlon focused on usmg microfilm for crals ‘there were waltlng before coursethey choose as long as it is
servrces at UK. It .s k1nd of like you newspaper preservatlon, Ryder decrding 1t would have UK resume - in the field of religion.
can’t change a t1re while you’re said. With digital information, its work, he said. Journalists preViOUSly award-
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Kentucky people a ers in the news
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Brooke Melville, editor of the and appreciation of Kentucky agri- tor and general manager of the Tom Marshall, reporter for the
Henry County Local, was nominat— culture, farm people and farm prob- Lebanon Enterprise. The announce- Mount Sterling Advocate, has been ‘
ed to receive the 2005 Kentucky Farm lems through newspapers and or ment was made by Mike nominated to receive the 2005 A
Bureau Communications Award for magazine articles. Abernathy, president of Landmark Kentucky Farm Bureau on
a writer. 'The award recognizes a Stevie Lowery Daugherty, Community Newspapers, Inc., and Communications Award for awriter. Sevei
writer who has contributed signifi~ daughter of KPA Past President Richard RoBards, publisher of the The award recognizes a writer who “OI-la
cantly to better public understanding Steve Lowery, has been named edi— Central Kentucky News Journal has contributed significantly to bet- I ketm
' ' V . and regional manager for LCNI. ter public understanding and appre— One<
l ' " i it ' ' ' , I . . . Daugherty had ciation of Kentucky agriculture, farm tell 0
~_' 1. ~ .The Kentucky Pres-18* v o as news error _ people are rare problems through How
l l _ V l ' Z. i ‘ . before being promot- newspapers and or magazine arti- have
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