October 2012 Articles
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Festival rekindles friendships, elicits memories

By Susan Watson, Susan Clapp & Nelson Weaver

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



The Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival is annually a huge homecoming extravaganza for many people who have grown up in the Land of Logan. Not only do many high school classes hold their reunions, but many who have lived in Russellville, Adairville, Auburn, Lewisburg, Olmstead and Chandlers...

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Festival sights, experiences leave impressions

By Cathy Holmes

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



Driving north on Highway 431 as I cross into Kentucky, my heart beats a little faster. The colors and smells from the fields, trees and barns are as I remember. It’s Tobacco Festival weekend and I’m almost home.    Freshen up and it’s time to attend the RHS Alumni &ldquo...

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A Tale of Two Homes

By Cathy Carver

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



I’ve lived well over half of my life in Las Cruces, N. M. and I love it here. It’s home. But whenever I talk about going to Russellville, Ky., I don’t say I’m going back where I grew up. I say I’m going home. If you have never lived anywhere else, it may be hard to un...

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Ford, still opposed to McGovernism, sounds McGovern-like in opposing secret campaign funds

By Al Smith

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



George McGovern, the Democratic progressive who lost the presidency in a landslide defeat by Richard M. Nixon, was buried this week in his native South Dakota as political leaders of both parties  praised his reformist idealism, his heroic war service and lifelong crusades against world hunger....

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KYTC District 3 prepares for winter driving weather

By Kiersten Jaggers

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



  The monthof October may conjure up thoughts of trick or treaters and raking leaves for most people but for the Department of Highways, it means time to get ready for the upcoming winter season in terms of keeping the roads clear and open to the traveling public. Snow and ice training has b...

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Pogue's Ponderings: 'Special' bond between father, son reaches 21st year

By Greg Pogue

Posted on January 1, 0001 12:00 AM



Having grown up the son of a high school basketball coach, it was inevitable sports would be a large part of my life. It worked out that way, too, having shunned the big money of coaching for the bigger money of sports writing and broadcasting (insert laughter here). Having been gainfully employed ...

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