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New mural completed on North Columbia in Campbellsville


2022-06-26 - Taylor County, KY .
The new Campbellsville mural is complete on the Big Dawg radio building downtown and Larry Smith sends a huge thank you to all the participants on the committee responsible for it. The Campbellsville Mural Committee members are, from left: Barry Bertram, Betty Jane Gorin Smith, Gwinette Sullivan, Donna Logston, Susie Skaggs, Janet Adams, Faye Howell, Chairman Larry Joe Smith, Natalie Brockman-artist, and Emily Osborne Anderson-artist. The project is done just in time for the historic Campbellsville July 4th celebration.


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Tombstone of Dr. John Henry Grady


2022-06-26 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Dave Thomas.
The tombstone of Dr. John Henry Grady, in the Columbia Cemetery.

Lanterns & Tombstones IV is coming this Friday, July 1st at 7pmCT in the Columbia Cemetery. This month Dave and Mike will highlight twelve veterans from the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican-American War, Civil War, Spanish-American War and World War I.


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LCDHD: COVID-19 Community levels by county for June 23


2022-06-26 - Kentucky - Photo courtesy Lake Cumberland District Health Department.
Kentucky COVID-19 Community levels by county, from the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, updated on June 23, 2022. Metcalfe and Taylor have moved back into the yellow zone for COVID spread.


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Back to the 1950s at Somernites


2022-06-25 - Somerset, KY - Photo by Tommy Bailey.
Tommy says, "Just one of the many beauties at the 'Back to the 50s' Showcase at the Somernites Cruise this weekend."


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Scenic Kentucky: Stone Stairs lead to Natural Bridge


2022-06-25 - Slade, KY - Photo by Graham Waggener.
Steep stone stairs lead up to Natural Bridge and a spectacular view at Natural Bridge State Park.

Paired photo: Scenic Kentucky: Worth the Climb


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Scenic Kentucky: Worth the Climb


2022-06-25 - Slade, KY - Photo by Graham Waggener.
The view from Natural Bridge looking out over Natural Bridge State Resort Park, well worth the climb.

Paired photo: Scenic Kentucky: Stone Stairs lead to Natural Bridge


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Large milkweed bug


2022-06-25 - Central Kentucky - Photo by Pen.
This orange bug is known as a large milkweed bug, and they are starting to show up in large numbers on this year's crop of milkweed.


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