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Travel & Tourism

I can't say it any better -
I can't say it any better -

The remarks coming out of the self proclaimed GOP frontrunner are ignorant and mean spirited. Telling schools to fire janitors and hire kids? Get rid of child labor laws? How about poor kids have no work models? (Repeat that tidbit to any underpaid megastore clerk you meet.) Or food stamps as airline tickets?

 "It is tragic what we do in the poorest neighborhoods, entrapping children in, first of all, child laws, which are truly stupid..."

Ron Paul as front runner, anyone? He may be a political nihilist, but he doesn't overtly hate the poor - and he's ditching the Donald Trump extravaganza aka GOP debate.

 

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Editorials

Tapestry of Art gives new hope to Clinton
A long line of floats glowed in the Parade of Lights
Tapestry of Art gives new hope to Clinton

Something magical happened on Saturday, this community found passion. For me, it was a short trip to that passion...

...On the first Saturday in this December, Clinton, Kentucky celebrated in mid America with purpose toward a new future as its citizens wove their actions of love of design, music, theater, and art into a new coalitions of civic pride and participation...

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Arts & Entertainment

Largest group of vendors at 7th Annual Fair in Clinton
This young saleswoman is twelve - and she makes what she sells.
Largest group of vendors at 7th Annual Fair in Clinton

(Clinton, December 3, 2011) - Over forty artists, writers and craftspeople brought their gifts to the Seventh Annual Arts, Craft and Book Fair.

Sellers as young as 95 and as old as 12 spent hours encouraging an estimated 500 shoppers to sample their wares.  Dorothy Nell Harper, poet laureate of the Jackson Purchase, came with her four books of poetry. She is close to completing her fifth book. Her granddaughters shared a table with her and sold their art to raise money for charity.

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