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Rowena’s Story:

Posted September 11, 2019 at 1:25 pm

The Voice of Rowena

Past and Present

Hello, my name is Rowena and I grew up on the north banks of the Cumberland River. I hope you will take a minute to listen to my story. Please sit back and bear with me for my memory of the early days isn’t as clear as it once was and some of what I tell you may be as it was, or it could be that I’m sharing it as my heart wants to remember my friends.

I’ve rested a lot since everyone left to find new homes when Lake Cumberland was being filled in 1950. Through the years, I’ve seen so many boats go by over the years – fishermen and

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    Family Vacations

    Posted August 15, 2019 at 7:25 am

    Family Vacations …

    As the summer winds down and school starts back, did you take your kids on a family vacation? I decided to take

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    Correspondence from L.S. York – Part 2

    Posted August 7, 2019 at 8:12 am

    “Based upon the sagacious singularity of life back in the days when ridge runners not only had no place to go, but nothing to do when they got there.”

    Between January 1939 and December 1967, Allan

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    Correspondence from L.S. York – Part 1

    Posted July 31, 2019 at 8:35 am

    “Based upon the sagacious singularity of life back in the days when ridge runners not only had no place to go, but nothing to do when they got there.”

    Between January 1939 and December 1967, Allan

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    Smitty’s 1st Annual Summer Jam

    Posted July 3, 2019 at 8:40 am

    It was a big night for CW Steele and Albany on that hot summer night in 1980 when the band played its now-legendary concert at Smitty’s Drive-In. The lot behind the restaurant where we sat up the stage, a flat

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    Hometown Heroes

    Posted June 20, 2018 at 8:48 am

    by Tammy Waid McClellan

    Wow! As I was driving through town Sunday after church I was pleasantly surprised by the “Hometown Heroes” banners that were displayed throughout our town.

    I

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