from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of northwest Kentucky on the Ohio River west-southwest of Louisville. Settled c. 1800, it is a tobacco market and shipping point for a farm region. Population: 55,500.

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  • n. a town in northwestern Kentucky on the Ohio River; a tobacco market


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  • "Transcript", a one-act I wrote a few months ago during a breather from the novels and the short stories, is on tap to be staged during the International Mystery Writers Festival at RiverPark Center in Owensboro, KY - June 12-17.

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  • A story and accompanying photo in this morning's Louisville Courier Journal says it all: One of the tea-baggers they were inverviewing (and photographing) at a rally in Owensboro was an unemployed late-30-something factory worker who was packing heat.

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  • In Kentucky, the goal was for the class to......"teach students knowledge of biblical content, characters, poetry and narratives that are pre requisites to understanding contemporary society and culture," said Sen. David Boswell, D- Owensboro, the primary sponsor of Senate Bill 142.

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