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Wikipedia Featured Article today on Gov. Keen Johnson of KY

Governor Johnson had answered the high calling: He was a journalist. And in Happy days: Johnson was Happy Chandler's first term lieutenant governor, and finished Happy's term when the governor resigned, after which Johnson appointed Chandler to a vacant United States Senate seat.

The featured article on Wikipedia's main page today, Tue 12 Jan 2016, is on Kentucky Governor Keen Johnson, whom, the article states, is the only journalist ever to hold the office. The full article is Keen Johnson

It is a day for celebration. Today, January 12 is Governor Johnson's birthday.

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