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Gates to Share John Deere Stock in Settlement
John Deere tractor (Photo www.deere.com)
Gates to Share John Deere Stock in Settlement

In a farming world, the name John Deere means life or death. With its product line of heavy and light equipment, farmers can plow, treat and harvest vast acreages with far fewer laborer...

After 27 years of marriage, Bill and Melinda French Gates are ending their marriage. Reports of their dividing up assets revealed that John Deere stock is part of their portfolio.

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Kentuckians and Pearl Harbor Author to be in Clinton
Professor, historian and author Berry Craig
Kentuckians and Pearl Harbor Author to be in Clinton

Historian Berry Craig will be at the Historical & Genealogical Society on S. Washington Street in Clinton at 10:00 a.m on June 12th to discuss his new book, Kentuckians and Pearl Harbor.

The event is free and open to the public.

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When the strategies of A.T. Mahan collide with the future, war becomes obsolete (Book Review)
2034 (goodreads.com)
When the strategies of A.T. Mahan collide with the future, war becomes obsolete (Book Review)

2034: A Novel of the Next World War

by Admiral James Stavridis and Elliot Ackerman

Authors Ackerman and Stravridis, in their techno naval thriller, "2034: A Novel of the Next World War" manage to come full circle to Alfred Thayer Mahan's global perspective of using great power to confront great power.

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Sustainability: Thy Name is in the Death of a Water Pump
Sustainability: Thy Name is in the Death of a Water Pump

On a recent morning, in the small town of Clinton, Ky. the sunshine was just breaking through the trees and leaves of a promising May morning. Having just enjoyed the thrill of my first cup of morning coffee upon the front porch, I took in the beauty unfolding before me.

At first, my mind did not register the fact that there was no water flowing. From the faucet, just a sound forming a cloud of nothingness. It took a whole 3 seconds for the enjoyment and good feeling from that first cup of coffee, to be blown away with the realization that there was no water. The well was not working.

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