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Intersection proves bellwether for elections

2012-11-07 - Pike Pike, Greater Biiss, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. File photo. Adair County Emergency Management Director Greg Thomas kept an eye on Victoria Pike as she saw to it that the County Storm Warning Siren was being installed properly on her property in this photo taken a few weeks ago. Miz Victoria was elated at the outcome of the election last night, noting that candidates with signs on her busy Greater Bliss corner were almost all successful, including the one whose sign is in the background, Adair Countian Judy Vance. She's also celebrating the write-in victory of Bliss favorite son Jimmy Bennett, who was too busy with crops to file as the fourth regular candidate for the Adair County Soil Conservation district, but won as a write-in candidate, maybe the first write in candidate ever to win in Kentucky. That notion is still being checked out.
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