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Editorials

Dr. Strangelove's Old Kentucky Home
Dr. Strangelove's Old Kentucky Home

 From 1957 to 1966, Virgil Stewart was Chief of Police of a force of one...

...It was as if Barney Fife had come face to face with the Military-Industrial Complex. Virgil’s reaction to this alarming revelation was to find the truck driver, order him to leave town and take his hot mess with him. He became vigilant about the existence of these trucks, sending them packing and saving the town from this unseen, potentially deadly contamination. The drivers probably just ate their lunches in Central City or Leitchfield instead. They did not, however, eat anywhere inside the city limits of Beaver Dam.

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Community and Regional News

Cantrell and Paxton elected to League of Cities Offices
October 14, 2011 (Mayfield, KY) At the Kentucky League of Cities Convention last week in Lexington, Kentucky, Mayor Teresa Cantrell was elected to the Board of Directors as a representative from this region.
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Gov. Beshear Announces Fortis Manufacturing to Establish First U.S. Manufacturing Facility in Glasgow, Creating 100 New Jobs

GLASGOW, Ky. (Oct. 17, 2011) – Governor Steve Beshear today joined community leaders and officials from Canadian-based Beta Tech Inc. to announce the company will locate its first U.S. manufacturing facility, Fortis Manufacturing, in Glasgow, creating 100 new jobs over the next several years.

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