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Epicurean Kentuckian: Mouth watering imaginary breakfast


2016-02-08 - Shelby County, KY - Photo by Amy Waggener.
First cousins Hailey, left, and Tillie, opened for business Sunday, February 7, 2016, which included an extensive breakfast menu of Imaginary Tacos, Imaginary Water, Imaginary Pizza, Imaginary Sandwiches, or Imaginary Hot Dogs. The location was Hailey 2015-2016 birthday present, constructed from a zillion pieces by Hailey's brother Graham & Dad Pen. Customers were elated with the food, service, and atmosphere.

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CHS students learn to extract DNA in biology class


2016-02-07 - Campbellsville High School, 230 W Main, Campbellsville, KY - Photo Calen McKinney, Campbellsville Independent Schools photo.
Campbellsville High School students recently learned how to extract DNA from strawberries. In Jessica Bradshaw's biology classes, students are studying DNA and learning where it's found, what it's made of and what it does. To see what DNA looks like, students performed an experiment. First, students smashed strawberries inside a plastic bag. They then added a mixture of water, shampoo and salt. Students poured their strawberry mixture onto a coffee filter, to drip into a cup. Then, students poured chilled alcohol onto the mixture to get the strawberry's DNA to separate. In this photo CHS biology teacher Jessica Bradshaw, third from left, talks to students, from left, sophomores Brookelyn Franklin, Makala Antle and Lauren Riddle about how chilled alcohol separates DNA from the liquid mixture.

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Churches of Russell Co., KY: Mt. Vernon Missionary Baptist


2016-02-07 - 4555 S KY 619, Russell Co. , KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, CM photo.
Mt. Vernon Missionary Baptist Church, 4555 S KY 619, near Jamestown, KY. Directory of Churches photo Sun 7 Feb 2016.

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Scenic Metcalfe Co., KY: Winter Greenery, Good Luck-Beaumont Road


2016-02-07 - Good Luck-Beaumont Road, Metcalfe County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, CM photo.
Moss lovers can find great green patches of it so easily in the winter time. It's what's making a Know-Your-County-Better-Tour so great, especially for spotting areas of mosses and ferns, as here on a south bank of a creek, seen from a bridge on Good Luck-Beaumont Road, a major "short cut" - it won't take a much longer time than the long way, S. on KY 163, east on KY 90/John Muir Trail, to get from Edmonton to Burkesville or the other way around. Hard choice, though, that stretch of the Big Road has spectacular scenery; the Short Cut, more serene, gentler but equally beautiful terrain. Makes one wonder: where is the largest area of moss cover within the counties of Metcalfe, Russell, Taylor, Adair, Casey, Cumberland and Green??? - EW

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CMS names Leaders of the Week of 8 Feb 2016


2016-02-07 - Campbellsville Middle School, 315 Roberts Road, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, CIS.
Campbellsville Middle School recently named its Leaders of the Week for the week of February 8, 2016. They are fourth-grader Ava Hughes, fifth-grader Zavian McColley, sixth-grader Christina Miller, seventh-grader Brock Burkhart and eighth-grader Grant Rinehart. From left are Christina Miller, Zavian McColley, Brock Burkhart, Ava Hughes and Grant Rinehart. - Calen McKinney, Public information Officer, Campbellsville Independent schools (CIS)

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