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Letter: The morning Knifley wasn't there

To the editor, CM:

It's my sorry duty to report that beautiful downtown Knifley is no more! When I stepped out this morning and looked down the hollow and across the valley, there was no Fire Department, Baker's, Crossroads or houses. Evidently living this close to a Crusty Ole Fool became too much of a burden and they all packed up and moved out in the middle of the night leaving just a thick white haze where they usta wuz! Miss Emily assures me that once the sun comes out they will return but I have my doubts.

From above the cloudy lake-effect fog obscuring beautiful downtown Knifley, KY g

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