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Leonard England sights bear on Independent Ridge

Bro. Lonnie Karnes, pastor of the Sparksville Church of the Nazarene, says that Leonard England's daughter said that her father, Leonard England, Breeding, KY, sighted a bear one day last week on Independent Ridge. Official word on the sighting is available straight from the source, Leonard England, at the Country Mart, 14332 Burkesville Rd Breeding, KY 42715 on the Bypass in Breeding.

One the many famous Leonard England Quotes, came a few years ago when new KY 61 S, Burkesville Road, was built, and Leonard England lamented, "It's a shame Breeding got a bypass before Columbia did." But that often happens, with progress in Breeding before Columbia even anticipates it. -EW



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