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Education

Ag Commish to visit Graves County

Kentucky Ag Commissioner Comer to visit Graves High March 5, says donations to ag fund to be split evenly among 4-H, FFA, Kentucky Proud.

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Berry Craig's History Bits

'The most significant event for Columbus park since it opened’
Harper's Magazine depiction of Columbus batteries in March 1862.
'The most significant event for Columbus park since it opened’
On this date in 1862, the Confederate army was retreating southward from Columbus. They may have left behind a Civil War relic hunter’s dream that ended up buried below a 40-foot dirt bluff at Columbus-Belmont State Park for 55 years.

That dream came true for Eddie Roberts. It took him 14 years and two tries. But the retired school teacher unearthed a 7,545-pound Civil War cannon that toppled off the Mississippi River bluff in a 1943 landslide.

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