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John (Guy) Hancock, 90, Hancock Mtn, KY (1925-2015)


2015-07-02 - 200 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo Grissom Martin Funeral Home.
John (Guy) Hancock, 90, Hancock Mtn, KY (1925-2015)


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Leaning Bell Tower of Pisa, Italy


2015-07-02 - Pisa, Italy - Photo by Charles Marshburn.
"No matter how I held the camera, the bell tower appeared to lean!" - - Charles Marshburn Charles Marshburn has just returned to Gadberry, KY, from a two week tour of Europe.

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Chanterelles are in, abundant with help of all this rain


2015-07-02 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Suzanne Wright.
It is Chanterelle season
and all this rain helps! They are great in anything! Mild taste, a bit fruity. Chefs love them because they are great in anything...eggs, soup etc. and can pick up other flavors. You can dehydrate them to have all winter as I do. Most often they can be found scattered under Oak trees. They remind me of Lillys and can be seen easily on the woods floor. Don't mistake them for the bright orange, Jack O Lanterns that grow in clusters. Jack O Lantern will glow in the dark and are poisonous. - Suzanne Wright

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Sen. McConnell with WWII veteran Russell Wall, Casey Co., KY


2015-07-02 - Somerset Community College, Somerset, KY - Photo from Allison Horseman, Somerset Community College. Above: U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell with WWII U.S. Army veteran Russell Wall of Casey County, age 90. According to his family, who also attended the event, Wall wanted to hear both Representative Harold "Hal" Rogers and Senator McConnell at the event. "He's very patriotic," said Wall's family.
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Senator McConnell with SCC student ambassadors


2015-07-02 - Somerset Community College, Somerset, KY - Photo submitted by Allison Horseman, SCC. Above: U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell (center) with Somerset Community College student ambassadors (from left) Justin Yazza (Pulaski County), a veteran who also led the Pledge of Allegiance at the event, Caitlyn Huff (Pulaski County), Berniece Combs (Laurel County), and Teia Daniel (Casey County).
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