Shelly Baskin, Kentucky Public Radio http://weku.fm en `Tourist Attraction' Reburied in Native American Ceremony http://weku.fm/post/tourist-attraction-reburied-native-american-ceremony <p><a href="http://www.wkms.org/post/public-ceremony-honors-wickliffe-mounds-builders" style="font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; "><span style="font-family: Georgia, Times, serif; font-size: 15px; line-height: 22px; ">This past week, hundreds gathered at Wickliffe Mounds State Historic Site to close a chapter in the Native American history of our region.&nbsp; They witnessed a ceremony honoring the reburial of the remains of Mississippian-era mound builders who lived in our area almost a thousand years ago.&nbsp; For over 50 years, the owners of the land that now makes up the historic site displayed them as part of a tourist attraction called Ancient Buried City.&nbsp;</span></a></p><p> Tue, 28 Aug 2012 17:00:00 +0000 Angela Hatton, Kentucky Public Radio & Shelly Baskin, Kentucky Public Radio 32034 at http://weku.fm `Tourist Attraction' Reburied in Native American Ceremony Big City Gangs Migrate to Rural Kentucky http://weku.fm/post/big-city-gangs-migrate-rural-kentucky <p>On the streets of rural Kentucky, there are signs of increased gang activity. Hats, bandanas, colorful graffiti all symbolized a problem more familiar in urban settings. As Kentucky Public Radio&rsquo;s Shelly Baskin reports, Kentucky&rsquo;s prosecutors and legislators are reading the signs and taking&nbsp;steps to stop the spread of gangs.</p><p> Mon, 31 Oct 2011 11:00:00 +0000 Shelly Baskin, Kentucky Public Radio 15222 at http://weku.fm