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Local history: Story about Picnic, Independence Ridge, Adair CO
We missed a great story by Amy WIlson in the Lexington Herald about the July 4th in Adair County. It's about the one-time community of Dirigo, Independence Ridge, beautiful countryside, Gary Furkins, Lee Sanders, Cherokee and what used to be. The story has four great photos, including a stunning scene of a South Adair County vista. It's entitled, "A little bit lost: You understand the Fourth of July here." To read the story, Click here.
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