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Mrs. Geneva Joyce Akin, Metcalfe Co., KY (1945-2016)20


2016-05-01 - 206 S Main Street, Greensburg, KY - Photo from Cowherd & Parrott Funeral Home.

Mrs. Geneva Joyce Akin, Metcalfe Co., KY (1945-2016)


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James Comer receives special apron to help with cooking


2016-05-01 - Burkesville Baptist Church, 372 N Main Street, Burkesville, KY - Photo by an Innocent Bystander.
The event was Family Safety Day at the Burkesville Baptist Church yesterday, Saturday, April 30, 2016, in Cumberland County. Hazel Smith had prepared a personalized apron made especially for James Comer to help with the cooking. Pictured, from left, are Michael Ballard, Dr Mark Shelton,
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Sharon Whitehurst: Crimson clover, up close in Casey Co.


2016-05-01 - South Fork Ridge area of Casey County, KY - Photo by Sharon Whitehurst.
Sharon Whitehurst writes: Close up of Crimson Clover [trifolium incarnatum] blazing under sunny skies in the South Fork Ridge area of Casey County, KY. - Sharon Whitehurst. Paired photo. See also: Sharon Whitehurst: A field of crimson clover in Casey Co., KY

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Junior Stotts Mystery Barn: Discovered again by Linda Waggener


2016-05-01 - Along the Jones Chapel Ridge & Beech Branch Road continuation - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com (c).
Using Junior Stotts' directions or misunderstanding his directions, we went on a search to find the barn. Linda spotted this one, which turned out to be exactly the same. Chris Dial, a veteran explorer in the area, was the first to identify the Mystery Barn without inside information. - Ed Waggener

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Sharon Whitehurst: A field of crimson clover in Casey Co., KY


2016-05-01 - South Fork Ridge area, Casey County, KY - Photo by Sharon Whitehurst .
Sharon Whitehurst writes A field of Crimson Clover [trifolium incarnatum] blazing under sunny skies in the South Fork Ridge area of Casey County, KY, Paired photo: See also - Sharon Whitehurst: Crimson clover, up close in Casey Co.

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