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Snowflake Special opening sees high turnout

The Customs House Snow Flake Special proves to be an attractive draw for the child in all of us. The opening weekend of the Snow Flake Special model train exhibit at the Customs House Museum drew  high attendance numbers. Tota...
by News Staff
 

 
 
 

Oak Grove to host Spring into Summer Festival

Oak Grove Tourism’s 3rd annual Spring into Summer Festival will be held May 29-30 from noon to 6 p.m. at the War Memorial Walking Trail Park in Oak Grove, Kentucky. The festival continues from 7-10 p.m. with Live at the V...
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Judge Cunningham to speak at Christian County CARES campaign

Have you ever thought of running for political office or been curious about the electoral process? If so, the League of Women Voters have partnered with the Christian County CARES 2015 Community Vision Plan and the Christian Co...
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Wranglers Camp Ground welcomes 17th Annual Grand Jubilee & Rodeo

“This is an opportunity to see something a little different. “The rodeo is a great family friendly event with fun activities for the kids. You can even have your picture taken with ‘Winchester’, the gentle Brahma Bull,...
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Land Between The Lakes offers free cedar Christmas trees

Beginning December 2, free Christmas tree permits will be available at Land Between The Lakes (LBL) National Recreation Area.
by News Staff
 

 

 

Pisgah Bay Project proposed by Land Between The Lakes

Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area plans to conduct an Environmental Assessment for a land and resource management project to improve forest health in the Pisgah Bay Area in Lyon County, Kentucky. The project will...
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Water line repairs underway at Wrangler’s Campground

Wranglers Campground will be without water today and on Tuesday, August 5, to repair a water leak. Bathrooms and shower buildings will be closed until late-evening on August 5. Campers arriving today through this weekend wil...
by News Staff
 

 


 
 


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