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Toa Green tells Ryan Quarles story of Cranjk & Boom

2017-01-17 - Lexington, KY - Photo Kentucky Department of Transportation .
Toa Green, co-owner of Crank & Boom Ice Cream, tells Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles the story of how the business came about at her Lexington shop in December of 2016.

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Berry Bridge over Green River becoming lost in time

2017-01-17 - Green County, KY - Photo from the collection of Larry Smith, South Central Kentucky Historian.
"This old bridge is becoming lost in time, built by the Champion Bridge Company in Ohio. The steel used in the construction of this classic marvel was shipped in by train. This bridge was condemned in 1982 by the Green County Fiscal Court," writes Larry Smith, General Manager of the Big Dawg, FM 99.9, and South Central Kentucky Historian, photographer. From his extensive collection of photos.

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Friendly Horses in their roadside pasture

2017-01-17 - North of Middleburg, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, photo(c).
These beautiful horses in Casey County paused to acknowledge passers by on Tuesday. - LW

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A satisfactory standoff with a great Great Pyrenees

2017-01-17 - Dunnville Road, Eunice, Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, photo(c).
There was an understanding, though not a word was spoken by the Great Pyrenees and the photographer. The eyes of the one never lost contact with the other. While the photographer did her job in a non-threatening way, the great dog did the work of posing. Still one would have expected that any movement toward its territory, without its master's consent, might have been construed as a hostile act, with swift retribution. Maybe not. But it wouldn't be worth the risk. - EW. Photo 17 Jan 2017.

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Flooding 17 Jan 2017: Green River at Adair/Casey Line

2017-01-17 - Green River at River Road/Dunnville Road, Casey/Adair County Line - Photo by Ed Waggener, .
The water in Green River spilled over into the bottom, and had risen to just below the roadway at the Adair/Casey County Line where River Road in Casey County becomes Dunnville Road in Adair County, KY. The picture was taken Tuesday afternoon, 17 Jan 2017.

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