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Mr. Daulton Glen Turpin, 23, Taylor Co., KY (1994-2017)


2017-02-25 - 1765 New Columbia Road, Campbellsville, KY - Photo from L.R. Petty Funeral Home & Cremation Services.

Mr. Daulton Glen Turpin, 23, Taylor Co., KY (1994-2017)

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Mona Gail Auberry, 57, Taylor County, KY (1959-2017)


2017-02-25 - 418 Lebanon Avenue, Campbellsville, KY - Photo from Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home.

Mona Gail Auberry, 57, Taylor County, KY (1959-2017)


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Tenabel Lowe Hancock, 91, Green County, KY (1925-2017)


2017-02-25 - 206 S Main Street, Greensburg, KY - Photo Cowherd & Parrott Funeral Home.

Tenabel Lowe Hancock, 91, Green County, KY (1925-2017)


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Kyle Hendricks with Big Al, the Big Rig Trucker


2017-02-25 - Sloan Park, Mesa, AZ - Photo by Innocent Bystander.
Kyle Hendricks and Big Al Owens at Spring Training for the Cubs. Kyle Hendricks - he is the future for the pitching staff for the World Series Champions. - Big Al

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Simpson County Courthouse, Franklin, KY by Larry Smith


2017-02-25 - 100 N Main Street, Franklin, Simpon County, KY - Photo by Larry Smith, FM 99.9 the Big Dawg & FM 92.7, the Wave.
Larry Smith writes: "Simpson County Courthouse in Franklin, KY. I believe this courthouse was designed by the same man who designed the Adair County Courthouse. On the way back from Nashville yesterday I stopped to tour the historic city which sits on the Tennessee state line."
According to the authority, Mike Watson, the Adair County Courthouse, which he writes about in this article: Historic Adair County Courthouse: Now 130 years old, was designed by the McDonald Bros., a Louisville Architectural Firm, and was built by two local men, William Henry Hudson and Columbus Stone. There are many other buildings still standing, many still used as the county courthouse, which have similary designs by the McDonald Bros, as does the courthouse above. - CM

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