Lucy Lou for President part 1
Rabbit Hash, KY mayor, Lucy Lou (the border collie) announces her candidacy for President of the United States. Since it seems the field has been already open to mongrels of all kinds she decided to throw her collar into the ring.
Lucy Lou for President, part two
Lucy Lou (the border collie), Mayor of Rabbit Hash, KY, formally announces her candidacy for President of the United States and her intent to retire as Mayor of Rabbit Hash. 9/5/15
Customers saying goodbye to Old Mystic General Store set to close in two weeks
Since 1790 the Old Mystic General Store has served customers in this tight knit community. But now this current era is about to end.
Philomont General Store
This is the General Store where I used to go as a young teenager to get RC cola and moon pie and sit on the porch and listen to classic Country and Western songs!
Tickets available for Saturday's Rabbit Hash fundraiser
A Fort Thomas restaurant will hold a pig roast Saturday to raise money for the Rabbit Hash General Store destroyed in a fire. Subscribe to WLWT on YouTube now for more:
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Kentucky History 17
Chief Chekommia was the last of the P_______ Indians? In 1818, he signed off the last of lands and rights he had. How many US states are named after Native American words? How Kentucky counties were named from those who fought in Battle of Frenchtown? 1789's Battle of Heller's Corner during Harmar's Campaign is also known as H_____'s Defeat? How many different Indian tribes did John J. Hardin murder? Wea Indians. Shawnee. Miami. Piankeshaw. Kickapoo. Who is Chief Le Gris? What was the Kickapoo's Prophet—Kennekuk—known for? How many Shawnee scalps did John J. Hardin collect in 1789 during his Terre Haute, Indiana expedition? What is Fox tribe's autonym? Meskwaki. Why did Wilkinson name Frankfort after Stephen Frank? How did Stephen Frank die? Ho-Chunk people's derogatory name is _________? Winnebago, which means People of the stinking waters versus Ho-Chunk's etymology which means people of original tongue. Why did Chief Roundhead murder his brother Leatherlips? Witchcraft and being a paleface lover. Who was Chief Roundhead? Who are the 3 in the Alliance of the Council of the 3 Fires? Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi. Of those three, which one was known as the youngest brother? Potawatomi. Which tribes did the Shawnee consider their uncles? The Delaware aka Lenape. Which tribes were matrilineal? Delaware.
What tribe does Red Eagle, William Weatherford, belong to? Muscogee Creek. Who were Potawatomies? Who was Walk in the Water? What kind of Shawnee was Tecumseh? Kickapoo?
8th of August Stories from Da Dirt | Kentucky Life | KET
In Stories From Da Dirt, performers with Music is Spirit create musical performances about the historical struggles of African-American women born into slavery. After performances, the group leads a discussion with the audience on race and diversity. This performance of Stories From Da Dirt held at the historic Bibb House in Russellville, Kentucky. This home has a place in history for the actions taken by its owner, Richard Bibb. Bibb freed 29 of his slaves in 1829, long before the Civil War, paying for them to settle in the African nation of Liberia. Upon his death in 1839, he willed that his remaining slaves also be freed.
The 8th of August celebration is both an Emancipation celebration and a homecoming that has been a tradition since the 1860s.
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US Geological Survey at Black Fork Dec 22 2013
The US Geological Survey was busy on December 22nd at the Black Fork river in Shelby Ohio collecting data that will help the city and other stakeholders make the best possible decisions about how to mitigate flooding during periods of heavy rain or rapid snow melt.
Big Bone Methodist Church, Big Bone Lick, Kentucky
The story behind the Big Bone Methodist Church in Big Bone Lick, Kentucky.
Boone County Kentucky Caucus 2016
This video is about information regarding the first ever Boone County, Kentucky Republican party Presidential caucus 2016.
Miamitown Bridge, Miamitown, Ohio
History of the Miamitown, Ohio Bridge
The Body Snatchers of North Bend, Ohio
This is a story about the grave robbers of North Bend, Ohio.
The Carolina Country Store
An overview of the two locations The Carolina Country Store has in Wilmington, NC. The Carolina Country Store showcases both North Carolina artisans and their unique products plus provides a positive and encouraging environment for the special needs artisan's community. Specializing in North Carolina artisans and their merchandise. The best local and regional artisans with disabilities are solicited. The various artisans' wares include paintings, home-made organic bath, body products, a variety of nuts, sweet and salty mixes, pottery, plus much more. If you're not in Wilmington you can go to The Carolina Country Store website at w w w . madein -- nc . com to make a purchase and support the special needs artisan's community Each purchase made at either store or through the website honors the mission statement of The Carolina Country Store, Supporting Artisans With Disabilities. So please select a gift that is different that makes a difference.
Ohio River - Rising Sun, Indiana
A serene stretch of the Ohio River between Rising Sun, Indiana and Rabbit Hash, Kentucky
Case 80839 - Coxs Creek, KY - June 4, 2014
Case 80839 - audio version from MUFON case files.
Witness Media Release Agreement to show this video is on file with the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).
Rev. Randy Coy Discusses Jessamine County Future
The Kentucky United Methodist Homes for Children & Youth has recently acquired new property in Jessamine County. Our President, Rev. Randy Coy, discusses KYUMH's future in this video from The Kentucky United Methodist Conference (KYUMC).
Boone County Republican Party Congressional Candidate Forum (Opening Remarks)
Opening remarks by 4th District congressional candidates in the Republican primary in Northern Kentucky. Recorded on May 1, 2012.
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Flooding in Ohio River Submerges Neighborhoods in Multiple US States
Flooding in the Ohio River, worst in two decades, has caused massive damages to its bordering states of Indiana, Michigan, Missouri and Kentucky.
In central and southern United States, relentless rain resulted in the wettest February ever. Over the past week, the river crested, swallowing adjacent neighborhoods in multiple states, blocking roads, shutting down power supply and even schools and local businesses.
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Historic Sardinia, Ohio
Here's a few interesting stories about Sardinia, Ohio unknown to the outside world.
Do You Speak American? [Learn English] - Episode 2
Do You Speak American? is a documentary film and accompanying book about journalist Robert MacNeil's investigation into how different people throughout the United States of America speak. The book and documentary look at the evolution of America's way of speaking from the English language to various ways of speaking in regions throughout the country. Divisions of ethnicity, geography and social status and how they affect how Americans communicate are addressed. As part of the project, MacNeil traveled across the country conducting interviews with ordinary people as well as experts such as William Labov. In the United States, the documentary was broadcast in several parts on PBS. The companion book (ISBN 0-385-51198-1) was co-authored by MacNeil and William Cran.