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FrontPage News

Burma Shave McConnell signs - damaged, fixed in record time
Burma Shave McConnell signs - damaged, fixed in record time

It took less than 72 hours for vandals to damage Leslie McColgin's signs.

But it only took a few hours for her neighbors to repair them.

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Community and Regional News

To the PSC-
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To the PSC- "Please listen to the public cry of the people of Middlesboro"

Middlesboro residents are pouring out their hearts to the Public Service Commission in handwritten letters, letters typed on letterhead stationary, in form letters and emails. At this writing over fifty letters are shown on the Public Service Commission website.

They are expressing their dismay at Water Services Corp of Kentucky's (WSCKY) latest request for a rate increase.

Their plea over and over again "Please listen to the public cry of the people of Middlesboro."

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Extended Closure of U.S. 51 Ohio River 'Cairo' Bridge to Start Saturday, Aug. 1

When the Cairo bridge closes Aug. 1, a normal 5-mile drive between Wickliffe, Kentucky, and Cairo, Illinois, will become an 80-mile detour via the Interstate 24 Ohio River Bridge at Paducah. Motorists who adjust their route prior to reaching the bridge can greatly reduce the detour mileage. Portable message boards are set up at key locations to alert travelers and truckers to the closure before they reach the bridge.

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The Futurist's Corner

Rhythm of the Rain on Jefferson Street:
Rhythm of the Rain on Jefferson Street:

views of the American condition from a small town front porch

The air was cool. The day was new.

Routines of the morning hours began to set in. Black coffee from combustion of Vanilla bean and Forgers roast, teased me into thinking that life was ready to proceed into, yet another day.

As the darkness of late night receded, from the dimension of the front porch, being replaced at a snail's speed, with a subdued light, reflecting through the prisms of thousands of new raindrops, life moved forward into place. Another day was being sculptured into position.

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