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Judge Eddie: Directing traffic on Green River Dam

2013-06-16 - Green River Dam, Taylor County, KY - Photo by Larry Smith. Taylor County Judge Eddie Rogersstood on the edge of the roadway, with the familiar control tower and beautiful Green River Lake in the background and directed traffic for the tractor parade across Green River Dam on Saturday, June 15, 2013. It was a wonderful day when county lines were erased, with so many from Adair, Green and Taylor Counties joining hands to make it a day this Green County boy will never forget. The farm is in Taylor County. The show was in Taylor, but it was founded by an Adair Countians, and Adair Countians seemed to predominate the crowd. My thanks to Billy Joe Fudge, who personifies Homeplace on Green River, and Becky Nash, Adair County native and longtime Taylor County Extension Agent for Home and Consumer Economics, for giving me notes while I was there. They made me and every guest feel welcome. What a great asset! Homeplace just keeps getting better and better. - Larry Smith, Operations Manager, Shoreline Communications, parent company of The WAVE, 92.7 FM and The Big Dawg, 99.9
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