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Epicurean Kentuckian: Chocolate Chocolate Chip

2018-09-20 - Berea, KY - Photo by Amy Waggener.
A chocolate chocolate chip cookie from the Old Town Amish Store in Berea, KY.

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Lindsey Wilson Celebrates its Methodist Heritage

2018-09-20 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Lindsey Wilson College.
Dean of the Chapel, Dr. Terry Swan gives the message at the annual Church College Celebration Day, Sept. 19, 2018. Church College Celebration Day was started more than 20 years ago by then-LWC Provost and Dean of the Faculty Walter S. Reuling as an expression of the college's relationship with The United Methodist Church, which dates to LWC's founding in 1903.

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Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Sept is Quota Hunt Application Month

2018-09-20 - Frankfort, KY - Photo by Lee McClellan. Kentucky hunters interested in participating in quota hunts for deer, waterfowl, pheasants and sandhill cranes must apply by Sept. 30. Quota hunt applications are now online only, applying by phone is no longer available. Visit the quota hunt page at the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife website at Remember to scroll down the quota hunt page to view all of the different quota hunts available and links to apply for the various hunts.
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In service of performing random acts of kindness

2018-09-20 - Taylor County, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, public information office, Campbellsville Independent Schools.
Campbellsville Middle School staff members recently spent time helping others by performing random acts of kindness. They divided into groups to participate in a team-building exercise. CMS teachers Paige Cook, Katie Campbell, LeeAnn Grider and Christi Kidwell deliver ice cream treats at Taylor County Extension Office.

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Business news as the town segued into autumn, 1938

2018-09-20 - Columbia - Photo from JIM.
The first week of September 1938 saw the completion of a modestly sized greenhouse, "the first plant of the kind ever built in Adair County," at the Frazier Avenue home of Mrs. Nat (Ella) Walker, well known for her skill as a flower gardener. Mrs. Walker immediately engaged in the floral business, and the News predicted, quite accurately, that her new venture would "prosper and grow."

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