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SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY PRIVATE CAVES AND ATTRACTIONS UNAFFECTED BY GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

Don’t let the government shenanigans mess up your vacation. Bowling Green, Ky.—October 2, 2013—Anyone planning a trip to south central Kentucky need not worry about

Historic Purple Bridge Opens for Foot Traffic Between Kentucky and Ohio

by Mary Gallagher America’s only pedestrian bridge linking two states opened April 26th connecting Cincinnati, Ohio and Newport, Kentucky and let me tell you it

August Kentucky

Along the Kentucky Music Trail

Country music and more in the Appalachian Mountains By Susan McKee From Berea, through the Renfro Valley, on to Prestonburg and Ashland, I found music

August Kentucky

Harmonious Highway: A Journey Along Kentucky’s Route 23

Story By Dorothea S. Michelman Kentucky, aptly nicknamed the ‘Bluegrass State’ for the springtime hue of its fields of Poa pratensis, is equally renowned as

August Kentucky

Labrot & Graham: Learning the process to historic Kentucky Bourbon.

By mary gallagher On one of my visits to Kentucky I visited the Labrot & Graham distillery, the Bourbon Homeplace. It is the oldest, smallest

August Kentucky

Louisville, Kentucky – History, Excitement, and Charm

Fun for the whole family By Arvin Steinberg Ask any jockey in the U.S. what one race he or she would most want to win.

August Kentucky
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