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KENTUCKY LIFE

Canoeing, Military History, and More!

  • Aired: 10/21/2017
  • 27:32
  • Rating: NR
Disability does not mean inability at Lexington's Latitude Artist Community, Doug canoes Bourbon County streams and stops by downtown Paris, Kentucky's largest coal mine disaster took place in Webster County, and Camp Zachary Taylor in Louisville trained thousands of soldiers destined for the fields and trenches of World War I.
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The Latitude Artist Community, canoeing in Bourbon County, Camp Zachary Taylor, and more.
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