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Ten things we may not have reported over the past month
The wallpaper from the Black Lagoon. Gone, but not forgotten.
Ten things we may not have reported over the past month

We've spent the better part of two months working on the World's Ugliest Bathroom. Duriing that time, local, state, national, and world events swirled around like water going down a new toilet.

I have compiled a list of what we missed as we struggled with iron pipes, clawfoot tubs  and nosy Siamese.

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Politics & Government

Want to be a decider? Nominating commissions have openings

FRANKFORT, Ky. (April 17, 2012) – Applications are now being accepted for the nominating commissions for the following community and technical colleges and are due by noon Eastern time May 15, 2012.

For a list of openings and directions to apply, follow the jump.

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Berry Craig's History Bits

Disease becomes greatest Civil War foe

On this date in 1862, the 7th Kentucky Confederate Infantry was in Corinth, Miss., out of range of Yankee bullets.

But the Jackson Purchase regiment was battling an even deadlier foe: disease. “While encamped in and around Corinth, Miss., the whole command was very seriously afflicted with sickness,” Henry George of Graves County wrote in History of the 3d, 7th, 8th and 12th Kentucky C.S.A. “…Hundreds had to be sent away to Lauderdale Springs and other places where hospitals were established for the sick.”

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