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Bill Troutwine: Author of THE LAST BAR FIGHT

2014-03-30 - Now of Pellyton, KY - Photo submitted by Bill Troutwine. Bill Troutwine The author of "The Last Bar Fight," was sheriff of Petroleum County, Montana, for several years. He was the lone lawman over a county of 1,700 Square Miles, four times the size of Adair County and Maybe 25-thirty times the size of his current jurisdiction, District 1 of Adair County, which has a population, itself, of some 5 times that of Petroleum County. The accompanying story is about one a showdown at the Winnett Bar - and the happy ever after outcome. He's the Constable there. And one of the organizers of Pellyton's answer to the Fancy Farm Picnic, the Barnett's Creek UMC Spaghetti Supper/Candidate Meet & Greet, Barnett's Creek United Methodist Church, 1338 Barnett's Creek Road, Pellyton, KY, on Saturday April 26, 2014, 5pmCT til-??? Bro. Barry Bradshaw a co-organizer.
- SEE ALSO - Election 2018: Latest List of candidates, Adair Co, KY

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