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L E X I NG TO N Sales give Kentucky Lottery Corp. a record year AUGUST 6, 2012 | MONDAY | METRO FINAL EDITION London Olympics IN FLYING COLORS 100-METER DASH BRIT IS GOLDEN ON LAWN SEVERAL INJURED, INCLUDING 1 OFFICER; SUSPECT IS KILLED BY RETURN FIRE MATT DUNHAM | ASSOCIATED PRESS By Jerry Markon The Washington Post MARK HUMPHREY | ASSOCIATED PRESS A month after losing the Wimbledon final, Andy Murray exacted revenge in a rematch on the same court, beating Switzerland’s Roger Federer in straight sets. PHOTO GALLERIES FROM THE OLYMPICS WEDNESDAY Supercalifragilistic-expialidocious! Spell-check may not know what that is, but Mary Poppins fans should. The Disney film is this weeks’ Summer Classic Movies Series offering at the Kentucky Theatre. Showtimes are 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. ( SATURDAY Hit the streets for Midsummer Night’s Run The 1-mile fun walk/run starts at 6 p.m. at Limestone and Vine. The Fastest Kid in Town races in the CentrePointe lot begin at 6:35, and the 5K at 8:30 at Vine and Lime. Register at Centralbap. com. Race-day registration starts at noon at Vine and Mill streets. SUNDAY Four years until the Rio Olympic Games Don’t cry that the games end today. Will the possibility of ex-UK star Anthony Davis winning a gold medal cheer your up? He might get his chance when the gold medal game for men’s basketball tips off live on TV at 10 a.m. The closing ceremony wil be shown at 7 p.m. (NBC-18) A man wiped away tears outside the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wis., where a gunman killed six people Sunday. Gunman kills 6 at Sikh temple Sanya Richards-Ross of the United States, left, completed her comeback to racing at age 27 with the win in the women’s 400-meter dash on Sunday. Richards-Ross won bronze in 2008. THE August WEEK 6-12 AHEAD $1.00 1 JEFFREY PHELPS ASSOCIATED PRESS 400-METER DASH U.S. WINS FOR FIRST TIME SINCE ’84 TENNIS BUSINESS MONDAY, B1 JAMAICA’S USAIN BOLT DEFENDS HIS GOLD MEDAL ANJA NIEDRINGHAUS | ASSOCIATED PRESS It took Usain Bolt a mere 9.63 seconds on Sunday to confirm his status as the world’s fastest man. Bolt’s victory in the 100-meter dash came at the expense of Lexington native Tyson Gay. Bolt was joined on the medal stand by fellow Jamaican Yohan Blake, who took silver, and American Justin Gatlin, who edged Gay for the bronze by 0.01 seconds. SPORTS, C1: HIGHLIGHTS FROM SUNDAY’S ACTION IN LONDON WASHINGTON — Federal authorities are investigating the fatal shooting of six people Sunday at a Sikh temple south of Milwaukee, an attack that shocked members of the nation’s close-knit Sikh community. During a religious service, police said, a man entered the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek and sprayed automatic-weapon fire, killing four people inside the building and two more outside. He then wounded one police officer before being shot to death by another officer. Three people were injured, including the temple president. The shooting, which happened about 10:30 a.m. Central time, caused chaos at the 15-year-old temple, with re- Tucson, Ariz., shooting: Guilty plea expected in deaths of six, wounding of Giffords and 12 others. Page A2 ports of multiple gunmen and of police, in tactical gear and carrying assault rifles, surrounding the building. Police said later they think the man killed was the only shooter. Authorities would not identify him, but police described him as a white man in his late 30s or early 40s who lived in that area of Wisconsin. Federal and state agents are examining his background, including whether he had posted anything on the Internet, said the officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the investigation was unfolding. The FBI is leading the inSee TEMPLE, A2 A MAN ABOUT TOWN ‘Punkyville’ born of whimsy, hard work By Greg Kocher “I guess I’m mayor here,” Beckett said. FALMOUTH — For a guy who Beckett, 67, who works for Mago built his own mock town from nothing, Construction Co., a paving company, Charles “Punky” Beckett is a modest built the town next to the house where man. he lives with his wife, Joyce. They have four children and seven “Punkyville,” popugrandchildren. lation 2, located just None of the vintage south of the Pendleton stuff in the buildings is County seat on U.S. 22 for sale, which might 27, has a bank, a jail, 330 Falmouth be one reason Beckett a post office, a hardwasn’t interested in takware store, a dentist’s ing off from work when office, a motel room, American Pickers, The a service station and Punkyville History Channel show even a church that has PENDLETON 27 about finding and rehosted several wedCO. cycling vintage relics, dings. Falmouth called to express interIt’s more like a movest in seeing the collecie set than a real town, tion. but each building is “That’s how he is: furnished with items CHRIS WARE | work comes first, and you’d find in the real Punkyville second,” thing. There’s a denJoyce Beckett said. tist’s chair in the dentist’s office, pews Joyce said the town gives her husand piano in the chapel, and all kinds of GREG KOCHER | farm implements and tools in the hard- band “a chance to get away. He just Charles “Punky” Beckett built, borrowed or bought — cheapware store. See PUNKY, A2 ly — the collection that gradually became Punkyville. $97 for 5 seasonally exterior treatments! ($195 Value!) Delivery: 1-800-999-8881 Classified: 1-800-933-7355 News: (859) 231-3200 Weather, Page C8: Storms give way to partly cloudy skies. High 85, Low 66 Vol. 30 No. 217 © 2012 Why do you need a family doctor? Of course your primary care doctor treats you when you’re sick, but he/ she’s also never shy about giving advice on staying healthy and providing preventive services such as tests, screenings, and immunizations. Simply, he/she is there for you, 24/7. 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