This page presents some of the many articles that have been published by print and online media outlets in Kentucky with themes related to Hispanic heritage in the state.

1984Wahlgren, Sue. “FORMER CHAIRWOMAN HONORED BY CLUB.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 6 Dec. 1984, p. D2.
1985Bailey, Rick. “CHURCH MEMBER FIGHTING FOR RIGHTS OF REFUGEES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 26 Jan. 1985, p. B2.
1985Roser, Mary Ann. “FAYETTE SCHOOLS’ RACIAL IMBALANCE CRITICIZED.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 27 July 1985, p. A1.
1987Herald-Leader Staff. “FORBIDDEN NO MORE DON’T LET STRANGE EXTERIORS KEEP YOU FROM EXOTIC FRUITS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 11 Nov. 1987, p. D1.
1987Duke, Jacqueline. “NATIVE OF CUBA IS PREPARING TO TAKE HELM OF FAYETTE GOP.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 19 June 1987, p. A1.
1987Bailey, Rick. “PARKWAY DEVELOPING ETHNIC MINISTRY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 5 Jan. 1987, p. B2.
1987Herald-Leader staff. “SINGERS’ HOLIDAY CONCERT HAS MUSIC FOR EVERY TASTE.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 11 Dec. 1987, p. B8.
1987Kaiser, Robert. “SANCTUARY GROUP AIDING REFUGEE FROM EL SALVADOR.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 Sept. 1987, p. B1.
1988Bailey, Rick. “GARDENSIDE BAPTIST PLANS MINISTRY TO HISPANICS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 19 Nov. 1988, p. C2.
1989Osbourn, Kevin. “Migrant Labor in Kentucky.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 9 Oct. 1989, p. D1.
1990Rovira, Ivonne. “HISPANIC POPULATION MAKES ITS VOICE HEARD IN LOUISVILLE.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 29 July 1990, p. B3.
1990Tipton, Jerry. “PITINO MAY BE FINDING CURE FOR FANS’ LOSS-PHOBIA.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 28 Jan. 1990, p. D3.
1990Gregory, Eric. “STATE POLICE SEEKING MORE MINORITIES AND WOMEN.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 19 Jan. 1990, p. C1.
1990Nance, Kevin. “DISTINCTIVELY LATIN STYLE ECUADOREAN PUTS STAMP ON LEXINGTON BALLET.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 23 Sept. 1990, p. J3.
1991Thompson, Sharon. “NEW LUNCH SPOT OPENS DOWNTOWN.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 13 Sept. 1991, p. D20.
1992Bean, Dottie. “LEXINGTON PANEL SEEKS PUBLIC OPINION ON JOB TELECABLE IS DOING.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 13 Jan. 1992, p. A1.
1992Rios, Brenda. “A Growing Role for Migrant Workers Kentucky Farmers Forced to Look for South for Help with Crops.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 4 Oct. 1992, p. A1.
1993Nance, Kevin. “DIVERSITY IS FINALLY ENTERING ARTS COMMUNITY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 14 Nov. 1993, p. H1.
1993Bean, Dottie. “SUMMER BRINGS STUDENTS OF ALL AGES TO UK.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 14 June 1993, p. B1.
1993White, Susan. “VIEWERS HAVE THEIR SAY SCI-FI CHANNEL LEADS CABLE POLL.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 22 Aug. 1993, p. J1.
1993Thompson, Sharon. “COUNTRY BUFFET REPLACES DUFF’S IN EASTLAND SHOPPING CENTER.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 9 Apr. 1993, p. 20.
1993Embry, Mike. “Group Recruits Migratns for Farms that Can’t Find Workders in Kentucky.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 10 May 1993, p. B1.
1993Bishop, Bill. “NO HOLIDAY CELEBRATES OUR MILITARY BLUNDERS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 30 May 1993, p. F1.
1994Herald-Leader Arts Columnist, Kevin Nance. “ARTISTS WILL HEAD FOR HILLS THIS FALL.” Lexington Herald- Leader, 14 Aug. 1994, p. F1.
1994Crane, Nancy. “LOUISVILLE, LOCAL DJS MAKE BET ON GAME.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 3 Sept. 1994, p. 3.
1994Associated Press. “POULTRY COMPANY DENIES REPORTS OF UNSAFE WORK, RECRUITING POOR HISPANICS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 25 Dec. 1994, p. B4.
1994Tipton, Jerry. “WHY ARE REFEREES IMMUNE TO QUESTIONS, SUSPENSIONS?.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 27 Feb. 1994, p. C3.
1994PAUL, KRISTA. “TEACHERS EAGER TO GO MONTESSORI.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 10 Aug. 1994, p. B1.
1995Rios, Band. “STARTING THE RACE CONVERSATION.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 26 Nov. 1995, p. A1.
1995Carlton, Chad. “ROSE DRAWS IRE WITH COMMENT ON MIGRANTS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 19 May 1995, p. B3.
1995Pack, Todd. “BLUEGRASS BURLEY FARMERS DEPEND ON MIGRANT WORKERS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 17 Sept. 1995, p. 14.
1995Thompson, Sharon. “TASTERS RATE MOST OF STATE’S SALSAS AS OK.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 Sept. 1995, p. D1.
1995VanHoose, Linda. “NEW HOPE DIRECTOR FOCUSES ON EVERY DETAIL.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 17 Oct. 1995, p. B1.
1995Rios, Brenda. “HISPANIC COMMUNITY EMBRACING BIWEEKLY LATIN DANCES AT HOTEL.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 4 Dec. 1995, p. B1
1996Rios, Brenda. “PROBLEM OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION COMES TO KENTUCKY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 Oct. 1996, p. A16.
1996Williams, Lance. “AS MEMORIES FADE, SHELTER’S DYING RESIDENT ‘MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY’.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 3 June 1996, p. A1.
1996Rios, Brenda. “THOSE WITHOUT A PLACE TO STAY FEEL UNWELCOME.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 Oct. 1996, p. A1.
1996Rios, Brenda. “SALES TO, BY HISPANICS FIND A GROWING MARKET.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 Oct. 1996, p. A11.
1996Bennett, Brian. “31 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS SEIZED IN CRACKDOWN AT W. KY. PLANT.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 Apr. 1996, p. C1.
1996Rios, Brenda. “TOBACCO GROWERS EMBRACE MIGRANTS AS VITAL TO HARVEST.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 Oct. 1996, p. A16.
1996Hewlett, Jennifer. “MARGARET SORI-MARIN 1941-1996.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 23 Sept. 1996, p. C1.
1996Rios, Brenda. “OLD CROP, NEW HANDS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 Oct. 1996, p. A1.
1996Nance, Kevin. “ORCHESTRAS STRUGGLING TO ATTRACT MINORITIES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 15 Sept. 1996, p. H3.
1996Rios, Brenda. “RETURNING MIGRANTS TREATED LIKE OLD FRIENDS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 Oct. 1996, p. A1.
1996Henderson, Feoshia. “SCOTT TEEN’S EYES ARE OPENED TO PROBLEMS HISPANICS FACE.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 Aug. 1996, p. 2.
1996Rios, Brenda. “PRIEST: AMERICANS MUST HELP HISPANICS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 9 Sept. 1996, p. B3.
1996Rios, Brenda. “HELPING HANDS EASE TRANSITION TO KENTUCKY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 Oct. 1996, p. A10.
1996VanHoose, Linda. “LEXINGTON’S HISPANIC POPULATION OUTPACING MANY SOCIAL SERVICES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 Aug. 1996, p. 8.
1996Rios, Brenda. “Sales to, by Hispanics find a growing market.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 October 1996, p. A11.
1996Figart, Frances. “FAYETTE TEEN’S UPBRINGING IS TALE OF TWO CULTURES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 26 June 1996, p. 3.
1996Rios, Brenda. “MORE FROM MEXICO MAKING YEAR-ROUND HOME IN KENTUCKY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 Oct. 1996, p. A1.
1996Burdette, Dick. “Flavors of Mexico in the B Lexington Herald-Leader, 1996, B1.
1997Pack, Todd. “LEXINGTON NEWSPAPER REACHES OUT IN SPANISH.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 16 Feb. 1997, p. B1.
1997Bennett, Brian. “SE HABLA ESPANOL (SPANISH SPOKEN HERE).” Lexington Herald-Leader, 1 Nov. 1997, p. A1.
1997Rios, Brenda. “FUND SHORTAGE DELAYS MIGRANT WORKER’S FUNERAL.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 3 Apr. 1997, p. C1.
1997Bennett, Brian. “HOMELESS MAN DIES WITHOUT FINAL WISH.” Lexington Herald-Leader (KY), 5 Mar. 1997, p. B2.
1997Nance, Kevin. “CURTAIN OPENING ON MANY FRESH FACES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 Sept. 1997, p. J1.
1997Odom, Joel K.. “BODY OF MIGRANT WORKER TO BE SENT HOME.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 4 Apr. 1997, p. B3.
1997Herald-Leader Staff. “RIGHTS COORDINATOR SAYS IMMIGRATION IS OPPORTUNITY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 25 Mar. 1997, p. B4.
1997Honeycutt, Valerie. “RESIDENTS SUE 2 APARTMENT COMPLEXES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 May 1997, p. A8.
1997Almjeld, Jennifer. “GET CHILDREN OUT OF HOUSE TO DANCE, LISTEN AND LEARN.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 11 Apr. 1997, p. 8.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “CITY CRACKS DOWN ON UNFIT HOUSING.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 2 Aug. 1998, p. A1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “PLAN FORMULATED FOR HISPANICS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 31 July 1998, p. B1.
1998Mead, Andy. “BETTER WAY SOUGHT TO COUNT HISPANICS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 5 Sept. 1998, p. D3.
1998Bennett, Brian. “86 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS ARRESTED IN RAID.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 May 1998, p. A1.
1998Hewlett, Jennifer. “HISPANICS’ FRIEND, HELPER OFELIA JOHNSON, 63, DIES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 Jan. 1998, p. B2.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “INS OFFICE PROPOSED FOR LEXINGTON.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 24 Sept. 1998, p. B1.
1998Taylor, Louise. “Migrant workers issues also concern owners of area’s horse farms.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 31 May 1998, p. A14.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “FAYETTE’S SPANISH ACQUISITION.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 May 1998, p. 16.
1998Honeycutt Spears, Valerie. “Advocate: Hispanics work, live like slaves.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 17 June 1998, p. A1.
1998Hayes, Lori Becker. “ATTORNEY: VICTIM PROVOKED FATAL BEATING.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 17 Dec. 1998, p. D3
1998Taylor, Louise. “MIGRANT WORKER ISSUES ALSO CONCERN OWNERS OF AREA’S HORSE FARMS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 31 May 1998, p. A14.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “MAYOR PLANS TASK FORCE ON MIGRANTS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 2 June 1998, p. A1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “ADVOCATE: HISPANICS WORK, LIVE LIKE SLAVES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 17 June 1998, p. A1.
1998Pattin, Janet. “HISPANIC GROUP ASKS BURLEY CO-OP FOR HELP.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 18 June 1998, p. B5.
1998Hayes, Lori Becker. “TWO CONVICTED IN SLAYING.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 19 Dec. 1998, p. C3.
1998Patton, Janet. “VIDEO TARGETS MIGRANT WORKERS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 28 July 1998, p. C1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “LEXINGTON OFFICIALS HOPE HOUSING AGENCY WILL HELP HISPANICS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 24 Dec. 1998, p. A1.
1998Warren, Jim. “GIFT OF HEALTH.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 27 May 1998, p. 16.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “JUSTICE FOR HISPANICS?.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 28 June 1998, p. A1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “INS AGENTS CAN’T GRANT AMNESTY, STATE CHIEF SAYS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 3 June 1998, p. B3.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “DEPORTED IMMIGRANTS ALREADY TRYING TO RETURN.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 22 May 1998, p. A1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “ADDING IMMIGRATION TROUBLES TO INJURY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 24 July 1998, p. A1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “LABOR OF DIGNITY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 31 Oct. 1998, p. C1.
1998Bennett, Brian. “OFFICERS TO SPEND TIME IN MEXICO TO LEARN MORE ABOUT IMMIGRANTS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 7 Aug. 1998, p. A1.
1998McCann-West, Karen. “GIBSON PARK UNITES NEIGHBORS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 16 Sept. 1998, p. 4.
1998Patton, Janet. “Hispanic group asks burley co-op for help.” Lexington Herald-Leader, July 28 1998, p. B5
1998Xiong, Nzong. “FAIR MIXES HEALTH WITH FELLOWSHIP.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 28 Sept. 1998, p. B1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “5 COUNTIES GET GRANT FOR MIGRANT HEALTH CARE.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 31 May 1998, p. A14.
1998Patton, Janet. “SOME ARRIVE ON THEIR OWN.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 31 May 1998, p. A14.
1998Honeycutt Spears, Valerie. “INS Office proposed for Lexington.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 24 September 1998, B1.
1998Bennett, Brian. “RAID STRIKES FEAR IN ILLEGAL ALIENS, EMPLOYERS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 May 1998, p. A1.
1998Herron, Mat. “HISPANICS LIVING IN FEAR IN WAKE OF RAID BY INS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 5 June 1998, p. A1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “3 INITIATIVES SET FOR DEALING WITH ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 16 June 1998, p. B1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “ADAPTING TO AMERICA.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 2 July 1998, p. B1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “HILLENMEYER NURTURES DIVERSITY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 27 July 1998, p. 10.
1998Blackford, Linda B.. “KY. RANKS 7TH IN NUMBER OF MIGRANT-WORKER STUDENTS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 31 Mar. 1998, p. A1.
1998Blackford, Linda B.. “CONFERENCE, VIGIL TO BE REMINDERS ABOUT AIDS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 28 Nov. 1998, p. C1.
1998Patton, Janet. “BACKBONE OF THE HARVEST.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 31 May 1998, p. A1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “HISPANIC WORKERS BEING ABUSED, PANEL TOLD.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 1 Oct. 1998, p. B1.
1998Honeycutt, Valarie. “SURVEY ILLUSTRATES HISPANICS’ SITUATION.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 18 June 1998, p. B1
1999Kimbro, Patricia Lynch. “SUSPECT HAS FAMILY IN THIS AREA.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 23 June 1999, p. A1.
1999Honeycutt, Valarie and Bill Estep. “FOR THIS HELP, IMMIGRANTS PAY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 30 Oct. 1999, p. C1.
1999Smith, Marquita. “RUNNING WITH A PASSION.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 30 June 1999, p. B3.
1999Truman, Cheryl. “OVERCOMING DIFFERENCES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 16 June 1999, p. 3.
1999Honeycutt, Valarie. “MIGRANTS FIND WORK DRYING UP.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 9 Sept. 1999, p. A1.
1999Honeycutt, Valarie. “GRANT TO HELP LINK HISPANICS, KCHIP.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 22 Dec. 1999, p. B3.
1999Mulvihill, Geoff. “GROUPS JOIN TO FUND HISPANIC SERVICES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 23 July 1999, p. B1.
1999Honeycutt, Valarie. “ADVOCATES PRESSING FOR SAFER TRAVEL FOR HISPANIC WORKERS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 30 Dec. 1999, p. A10.
1999Honeycutt, Valarie. “GROUPS PROTEST SCHOOL RENT PLAN.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 22 Sept. 1999, p. B1.
1999Honeycutt Spears, Valerie. “Migrants find work drying up.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 9 September 1999, p. A1.
1999Staff Report, Herald Leader. “Keeneland distributes $636,300 to charities Bluegrass communities.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 22 December 1999, p. 22
1999Patton, Janet. “OUR ILL-GOTTEN GAINS – SOME KENTUCKY LINES OF WORK CROSS THE LINE.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 5 Dec. 1999, p. 17.
1999Honeycutt Spears, Valerie. “Spanish interpreter could lose health job.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 17 April 1999, p. C1
1999Svokos, Heather. “BACKSTREET FANS KNOW NO BARRIER BOLIVIANS COME LONG WAY TO SEE BAND UP CLOSE.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 26 Nov. 1999, p. A1.
1999Butters, Jamie. “WORK FORCE SEES SHIFT – MANY BLACKS LEAVING STATE MORE WOMEN ARE WORKING.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 5 Dec. 1999, p. 5.
1999Honeycutt, Valarie. “SLASHING VICTIM IS RECOVERING AT HOPE CENTER.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 May 1999, p. A4.
1999Herald-Leader Staff, Compiled From. “CHARLIE OWEN NAMED TO EDUCATION COUNCIL.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 23 Dec. 1999, p. C3.
1999Herald-Leader Staff. “KEENELAND DISTRIBUTES $636,300 TO CHARITIES BLUEGRASSCOMMUNITIES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 22 Dec. 1999, p. 22.
1999Lasseter, Tom. “LIVES TAINTED BY FEAR.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 2 Oct. 1999, p. A1.
1999Smith, Marquita. “ALLIANCES FORMED TO ASSIST HISPANICS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 10 Nov. 1999, p. B1.
1999Mulvihill, Geoff. “Groups join to fund Hispanic Services.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 23 July 1999, B1.
1999Spalding, DeWayne. “THE LEX-FILES.” Lexington Herald-Leader (KY), Final ed., sec. Today, 31 Jan. 1999, p. K1.
1999Honeycutt Spears, Valerie. “Grant to help link Hispanics.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 22 December 1999, p. B3.
1999Maloney, Mark. “WIRING THE FIELD.” Lexington Herald-Leader (KY), Final ed., sec. Sports: Bluegrass 10,000, 4 July 1999, p. C1.
1999Stahl, Linda. “New neighbors; Small businesses; storefronts boast multi-ethnic flavor.” Courier – Journal, Nov 10, 1999.
1999Honeycutt Spears, Valerie. “Bilingual broadcast.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 16 February 1999, p. A1.
1999Herald-Leader Staff. “FALL FUN, FESTIVALS APLENTY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 17 Sept. 1999, p. 3
1999Mulvihill, Geoff. “HEALTHY CROWD AT HISPANIC FAIR.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 27 Sept. 1999, p. B1.
1999Honeycutt, Valarie. “SPANISH-LANGUAGE STUDENTS AT BOYD REACH OUT.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 10 Nov. 1999, p. 9.
1999Lasseter, Tom. “N. MEXICO WRECK VICTIM SOUGHT AMERICAN OPPORTUNITY.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 30 Dec. 1999, p. A1.
1999Herald-Leader wire services. “LUKAS EMPLOYEE DIES AT CHURCHILL.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 9 Sept. 1999, p. D7.
1999Lasseter, Tom. “POLICE GET BREAK IN ROBBERIES.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 1 Oct. 1999, p. B1.
2000Batcheldor, Matt. “Hispanic businesses grow in Lexington portada Mexican-American groceries fill many needs for immigrants.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 August 2000, p. 12.
2000Jordan, Jim. “Bank One to offer rewards, loans to Hispanic businesses.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 23 February 2000, p. C1.
2000Oppenheimer, Laura. “Growing to meet a need – Hispanic Association to have a casa of its own.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 28 July 2000, p. B1.
2001Herald Leader Staff. “IBM to buy Informix database.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 25 April 2001, p. C1.
2001Brim, Risa. “Cross-cultural communication.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 27 August 2001, p. 12.
2001Ku, Michelle. “Study takes on negative myths about Hispanics.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 5 January 2001, p. C4.
2001Brim, Risa. “Hispanics big business for employment agencies.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 22 March 2001, p. C1.
2001Patton, Janet. “Hispanic advocates criticize INS fear said to have kept immigrants illegal.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 3 May 2001, p. C1.
2001Schreiner, Bruce. “Spanish language of commerce – Kentucky businesses reach out to Hispanics, establishments going bilingual to attract immigrants.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 25 November 2001, p. B3.
2002Jordan, Jim. “LEX-MEX FIESTA DANCES AS DRY SPELL BREAKS.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 15 Sept. 2002, p. B3.
2002Davis, Merlene. “DON’T LOOK NOW, BUT OUR DIVERSITY’S  SHOWING.” Lexington Herald-Leader , 25 Aug. 2002, p. J1.
2002Figueras, Ben. “Hispanics deserve better than distrust and bad treatment.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 20 January 2002, p. H1.
2002Wolfe, Bill. “Lexington, Louisville areas to get business directories in Spanish; Shelbyville firm taps growing market.” Courier – Journal, Feb 01, 2002.
2002Patton, Janet. “Even a possible win pays – War Emblem isn’t a favorite of purists chance of Triple Crown Triumph in a major boon for racing.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 8 June 2002, p. A1.
2002Isaacs, Barbara “Church N’ Turf – Sunday services are popular, and not  just with employees.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 21 October 2002, B1.
2003Tompkins, Wayne. “Una vida nueva; A new life: Hispanics changing area profile.” Courier – Journal, Mar 02, 2003
2003Rees, Jennie. “Bejarano has ridden a long way from Peru.” Courier – Journal, Sep 03, 2003.
2003Morgan, Nicole. “Hispanics are helping as state goes to goats – migrants prove valuable as laborers and consumers.” Lexington Herald-Leader,  10 February 2003, p. C1.
2003Tompkins, Wayne. “Una vida nueva; A new life: At home in Shelbyville.” Courier – Journal, Mar 02, 2003.
2003Tompkins, Wayne. 2003. “Series; una vida nueva; A new life; retailers court an emerging market.” Courier – Journal, May 11, 2003.
2003Green, Marcus. 2003. “Series; una vida nueva; A new life; entrepreneurs are seizing opportunities.” Courier – Journal, May 11, 2003.
2003Tompkins, Wayne. “Series; una vida nueva; A new life; hispanic immigrants widen their employment horizons.” Courier – Journal, May 11, 2003.
2003Honeycutt Spears, Valerie. “Advocates set priorities to aid Hispanics – Forum seeks to create vision for Lexington on immigrants.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 29 August 2003, p. B1.
2003Lockwood, Frank. “My new Kentucky home – Latino workers create a community at Churchill.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 30 April 2003, A1.
2003Patton, Janet. “Hands-on Hispanics – Immigrant’s pay seem to rising as they fill need wages.” Lexington Herald-Leader 24 March 2003, p. C1.
2003Tompkins, Wayne. “Protesters decry raids on hispanics.” Courier – Journal, Feb 06, 2003.
2003Yost, Mark. 2003. “Series; una vida nueva; business association helps members network, raise their profile.” Courier – Journal, May 11, 2003.
2003Green, Marcus. “Series; una vida nueva; A new life; business owners often wary of turning to banks.” Courier – Journal, May 11, 2003.
2003Ben, Zion Hershberg. “Hispanic connection; community meeting needs of growing group.” Courier – Journal, Nov 24, 2003.
2003Tompkins, Wayne. “Series; una vida nueva; A new life; Kentucky ties help Mexican town.” Courier – Journal, Mar 30, 2003.
2003Nord, Thomas. “Growing hispanic population to get radio station.” Courier – Journal, Mar 25, 2003.
2003Brim, Risa. “She’s the talk of the town – Translating service a finalist for Chamber’s yearly award.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 19 August 2003,  p. C1.
2003Brim, Risa. “Hispanic business center to open-consumers, entrepreneurs targeted.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 30 May 2003, p. D1.
2004Green, Marcus. “Headline: Hispanic workers at Churchill learn English at New Center. Courier – Journal, Jun 27, 2004.
2004Olsen, Andy. “The Latinomics effect in Kentucky. The Lane Report, 01 August 2004.
2004Hill, Bob. “New classes are favorites at the track.” Courier – Journal, Nov 30, 2004
2004Olsen, Andy. “Protecting their own.” The Lane Report (Sep 01): 32
2004Stahl, Linda. “Hispanics health care.” Courier – Journal, May 13, 2004.
2005Davis, Alex. 2005. Headline: A silent cinco de mayo. Courier – Journal, May 05, 2005
2005Bennett, Doug, Andy Olsen, and Dennis O’Connor. “Immigrant enterprise.” The Lane Report, 01 July, 2005.
2005Mueller, Lee. “Hispanics’ new home: The mountains – in Eastern Kentucky economic opportunities boost minority population.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 4 July 2005, p. C1.
2005Tompkins, Wayne. “Building Hispanic appeal.” Courier – Journal, Nov 09, 2005
2005Longinow, Michael. “Hispanics’ friends, neighbors must speak up for them.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 6 February 2005, p. D3.
2005Rees, Jennie. “Headline: Countdown to the Kentucky Derby; Hispanic riders on rise.” Courier – Journal, May 04, 2005.
2005Alcala, Pablo. “Nuestro Kentucky – a voice for the people.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 7 December 2005, p. D1.
2005Tompkins, Wayne. “Minority businesses.” Courier – Journal, Jul 29, 2005.
2005Lannen, Steve. “Who speaks for Hispanics? – Immigrants in Lexington often see no one as their advocate.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 28 November 2005, p. A1.
2005Smith, Vicki. “In Appalachia West Virginia and states nearby grow more diverse.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 4 July 2005, p. C1.
2006Lannen, Steve. “Immigrants head for D.C. to rally for reform – Key Federal Legislation could ease documentation.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 26 March 2006, B1.
2006Ohlemacher, Stephen. “Hispanic businesses growing at brisk rate – new firms triple overall U.S. rate KY growth is 41%.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 22 March 2006, p. B8.
2006Dunbar, Elizabeth. “A new place to find sanctuary – Chapel built for workers at Churchill Downs.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 29 July 2006, F1.
2006Wall, Maryjean. “Autumn rides in – horse events signal new season in state.” Lexington Herald-Leader 7 September 2006,  p. D1.
2006“Hispanic businesses gaining momentum in Louisville area.” Courier – Journal, Mar 22, 2006.
2006Davis, Alex and Wayne Tompkins. “Immigrant protests cause ripples locally.” Courier – Journal, May 02, 2006.
2006Honeycutt Spears, Valerie. “Immigration: Candidates can’t ignore it – Lexington Politicians Forced to Take Position on the issue.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 3 May 2006, A1.
2006Flashback: Hispanic/Latino center; coalition seeks to meet needs of more immigrants. Courier – Journal, Jun 05, 2006.
2006“Hispanic home buying up.” Courier – Journal, Jul 19, 2006.
2006Ogawa, Jillian. “Cultural Explosion – Festival Latino Grows from a Humble Start.” Lexington Herald-Leader (KY), Final ed., sec. City&Region, 16 Sept. 2006, p. B3.
2006New organization to help local Hispanic community. Courier – Journal, Jun 13, 2006.
2006Hispanics drawn to south end.” Courier – Journal, Oct 26, 2006.
2006Ogawa, Jillian. “Spanish yellow pages let businesses reach Hispanic market.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 13 November 2006, p. C1.
2006Mueller, Lee. “Coal firm wants to hire Hispanics – Cites declining work ethic of E. KY. Miners.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 7 February 2006, A1.
2006Ogawa, Jillian. “Money home – wiring funds to Latino families a growing business.” Lexington Herald-Leader, 10 August 2006, p. A1.
2006Green, Marcus. “More young workers lured to Louisville.” Courier – Journal, Jan 30, 2006.
2007Statue gets a place at Downs. Courier – Journal, Oct 01, 2007.
2007Mateo, Darhiana M. “Dance troupe in demand.” Courier – Journal, May 02, 2007.
2007Tax preparer finds niche catering to area Hispanics. Courier – Journal, Oct 15, 2007.
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