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Betting on the Ponies
The Kentucky Derby was first run at 1.5 miles (2.4 km). In 1896, the distance was changed to its current 1.25 miles (2 km). On May 17, 1875, in front of an estimated crowd of 10,000 people, a field of 15 three-year-old horses contested the first Kentucky Derby.
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Casinos - What They Looked Like in 2005

The 442 commercial casinos in 11 states in 2003 generated more than $27 billion in gross gaming revenue, up 2% from 2002. Even in 2001 — when 9-11 sacked tourism — casino revenue rose 6% to $25.7 billion. Sales are up 145% since 1993.

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Edwards to Lead Rural America Town Hall Meeting
On October 4th, 12:30 pm CDT, at the Columbus Belmont State Park, Columbus, Kentucky, presidential candidate John Edwards will conduct a town hall meeting to discuss the issues facing rural America.
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Edwards Coming to Columbus
Edwards Coming to Columbus
On Thursday, October 4th, Senator John Edwards will visit Columbus, Kentucky to meet with residents and answer questions about his plans to change America so that everyone, no matter where they're from, has the opportunity to work hard and get ahead.
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A Message from Columbus Native Shawn Dixon
A Message from Columbus Native Shawn Dixon
I am thrilled to let you know that this afternoon the John Edwards campaign announced plans for a visit to Columbus, Kentucky on Thursday, October 04, at Columbus Belmont State Park. The Senator will come and hold a town hall style meeting with the citizens of Hickman county and the larger Western Kentucky area.
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Gaming in Kentucky
Early Kentucky financed public works with lotteries. A short history of gambling in the Commonwealth.
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Casino Gaming - What the Candidates Say
Casino Gaming - What the Candidates Say
Candidates for governor offer opposing views of casino gambling. See what they say and get a short history of gaming in the Commonwealth. Gambling in Kentucky involves a fiery quote from a US Supreme Court Justice.
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UPDATE - GOP Rep. Steven Rudy Has Gone Missing
Update - Rudy Misses LaCenter Days Parade - Republican Representative Steve Rudy missed a community event in the heart of his district. This time it is a whopping eight miles away from his family's farm business. Business leaders and media are beginning to wonder. Rumors are circulating that the state Democratic party is courting Rudy to switch parties.
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Fires of Fancy Farm Foreshadowed Fierce Fighting in Fall
Fires of Fancy Farm Foreshadowed Fierce Fighting in Fall
The fires of Fancy Farm, on the eve of the first Saturday in August, marked the beginning of the world’s largest political picnic.
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West Kentucky Digital Community
The future of West Kentucky will be framed by the extent that broadband communications penetrate the 34 counties west of I-65. Presently, the counties and small towns are held captive by the business models of the 1960s and buildings of the 1930s.
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Vision 2018: Forward in West Kentucky
West Kentucky is failing the 21st Century. Too many problems left over from the 20th Century pose a real threat to how the 32 counties west of I-65 will survive the future. These problems include:
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527 Organization: Forward in West Kentucky
Forward in West Kentucky is a 527 Organization. Under federal law and regulations, a 527 organization has become a new and potential powerful voice for change within the American political landscape.
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Rise of a New Political Structure
Rise of a New Political Structure
Fancy Farm, KY. August 2007. In the heat index of 107 degree August sun, this small town in Western Kentucky was the epicenter of a geo-political earthquake. The political earthquake struck at 2:35 p.m. That was the moment in time that U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell hurried through his prepared remarks to avoid being booed off the stage by protesters. At that place and time, the political status quo was served notice that a new force in the American political landscape was making its bid for power.
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Rural Kentucky
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Rural America
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West Kentucky
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Business Profile
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Budgets
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Economic Development
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Air Quality Issues
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Land Use Issues
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Water Issues
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National
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West Kentucky
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Frankfort
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