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Tennessee beauties greet travelers to Celina

2016-10-21 - TN 53 north of Neely Creek Road intersection, Celina, TN - Photo by Linda Waggener, (c).
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KY Afield Outdoors: New state record white catfish

2016-10-21 - Shelbyville, KY - Photo by Lee McClellan. Ethen Vest (center) holds the new 5.27-pound white catfish he caught Oct. 11 from Guist Creek Lake near Shelbyville, besting the 3.70-pound record caught in 2007 from the same waters. He is flanked by his brother Revan (right) and Gregory Johnson, Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (left).
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KSP Telecommunications Academy, 9th Class

2016-10-21 - Frankfort, KY - Photo courtesy Kentucky State Police. The Kentucky State Police Telecommunication Academy Class No. 9 graduated on October 21st, 2016. Shown left to right are (front row) Amy Roell, Post 1; Amy Earlywine, Post 12; Amber Cramer, Post 2; Samantha Thompson, Post 12; Stephanie Moore, Post 12; Kenneth Underwood, Post 12 (back row) Roger Bush, Jr., Post 12; Cody Anderson, Post 14; Brandon Tucker, Post 5; Matthew Estes, Post 16; Sarah Stewart, Post 8; Kristyna Del Vecchio, Post 8 and Christina Scott, Post 15.
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Cozy Hilltop Hideaway in Clay County, TN

2016-10-21 - Free Hills, Clay Co., TN - Photo by Linda Waggener, (c).
Spotted this cozy little residence in the Free Hills above Celina, TN. Unusual front doors, and nifty moss roof insulation is sure to please the greens. I'm all for living with nature, but this place is for the birds. - ED

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ACPC's Marsha Hixon is association's Teacher of the Month

2016-10-21 - Adair County Primary Center, 158 Col. Casey Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Debra Waddell. >Introducing the Adair County Education Association's Teacher Of The Month: Marsha Hixon. Marsha teaches 2nd grade at Adair County Primary Center. A 22 year master teacher and graduate of both Lindsey Wilson College and Western Kentucky University ACEA is proud to recognize and honor her. We appreciate the dedication Marsha has for both teaching and her students and the Adair County School system. A favorite quote Marsha shares is "Whatever you are, be a good one."-Abraham Lincoln. Congratulations to Marsha Hixon! - Debra Waddell
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