top stories 09 300FRANKFORT, Ky. (9/21/13) – SurfKY News wants to keep you informed of our most read stories for the week in case you missed anything. The following are our top for the prior week.

Rose Competes Tonight in America's Got Talent Season Finale - Kentucky native Jimmy Rose will be competing tonight for $1 million and the opportunity to headline a show in Las Vegas. Rose has been voted through each week by both the show's judges and voters since the debut performance of his original song, "Coal Keeps The Lights On." CLICK HERE to read the rest of this article.

City Sewer Back Up Sends Family Packing - A Madisonville family has been displaced due to an overflow of sewer sludge generated by a back-up in the city's sewer system. CLICK HERE to read the rest of this article.

Breast Cancer Survivor Forming Support Group - At 32 years old, having a malignant breast tumor was believed to be a long shot. But after repeated examinations of a cyst over a three-year period by her OBGYN, Stephanie Oakley made an appointment with a surgeon because she was concerned about the lump in her right breast. CLICK HERE to read the rest of this article.

Hooked on Science - Toilet Paper Tube Ping Pong Ball Launcher - Don’t throw away the toilet paper tube after you use up that roll of toilet paper. Use old toilet paper tubes and a few other ingredients from around the house to create a ping pong ball launcher. CLICK HERE to read the rest of this article.

More Than 100 Runners ‘Go Gold’ in Tri-State 5K - It is a race to find a cure. That is the mission of the Thumbs Up For Lane Goodwin Childhood Cancer Foundation. Saturday's "Tri-State Goes Gold 5K" is just one of many local events honoring the memory of the young boy’s life. CLICK HERE to read the rest of this article.

J.L. Graham
SurfKY News

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