Kentucky by Heart: Sweet clover became a savior, not a scourge, for bees and Pendleton County farmers
By Steve Flairty KyForward columnist Years ago, I remember reading something about my mother’s native Pendleton County that spoke of “clover” as a significant part of the county’s heritage. Recently, I did a little more research; my connection to the area’s history is strong, mostly because...
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Kentucky by Heart: Sweet clover became a savior, not a scourge, for bees and Pendleton County farmersBy Steve Flairty KyForward columnist Years ago, I remember reading something about my mother’s native Pendleton County that spoke of “clover” as...
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Constance Alexander: Tour of gaseous diffusion plant offers history buffs a real blast from the pastA World War II veteran who fought at Iwo Jima and Okinawa, Chris Grevis, continued his service to the country by working at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion...
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