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Remembering Kane School - black children, now adults, recall segregated education
Kane School\'s principal appealed for books for his school.
Remembering Kane School - black children, now adults, recall segregated education

In 1917, a tornado swept through Clinton. Among other structures, the local high school was destroyed. The bricks from that school were used to build the new Kane School which opened in 1919. The school would educate African American children until its final closing in 1966.

Kane School was remembered as part of Black History Month on Saturday February 16th at a program at the Historical & Genealogical Society on North Washington Street in Clinton...

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Court of Appeals Judge Nickell running for Kentucky Supreme Court
Judge Shea Nickell, left, is running for retired Judge Bill Cunningham\'s, right, Ky Supreme Court seat.
Court of Appeals Judge Nickell running for Kentucky Supreme Court

Kentucky Court of Appeals Judge Shea Nickell is running for the seat vacated by First District Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham.

...Judges Cunningham and Nickell tour the River Counties (Ballard, Carlisle, Fulton and Hickman) every year, visiting schools, courthouses and meeting members of the bar...

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