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Trio Commits Kidnapping and Robbery" proclaimed a big banner headline across the front page of the Richmond Daily Register on July 28, 1933. A Madison County farmer was seized from his automobile and taken to a lonely road in the middle of the night…

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How did Madison County people cope at the time of the terrible tornado of April 3, 1974? Actually, there was not much panic, and there were lots of examples of unselfish hard work. At the Telford Community Center, for example, some 50 volunteers…

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The tornado that swept across Cottonburg and Tates Creek around 7 p.m. on April 3, 1974, struck next on U.S. 25, just north of the 1-75 exit. In addition to the Fitzpatrick service station and houses destroyed, it was particularly destructive at…

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This unsettled April weather reminds nearly anybody who lived here 20 years ago of the terrible tornado of April, 1974. Seven persons were killed here and millions of dollars of damage was done in Madison County in just a few minutes. It was during…

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All morning long on Sept 12, 1924, automobile loads of people from Berea and all sections of Madison County came into Richmond. Large crowds gathered expectantly on Lancaster Avenue, Main Street, First Street and in front of the courthouse. What was…

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On the last three days of the year 1921, crowds of persons continually jammed the Madison County Clerks office all day long, keeping the clerks busy throughout their working hours. What was happening? Back in the 1920's, state law had all the…

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At six o'clock on the evening of Thursday, May 22, 1924, a special L&N train pulled into the Richmond depot. From the ten Pullman cars poured out some 150 CEO's and business managers from Louisville. They were on a tour of Kentucky cities and…

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Remember Pearl Harbor! Remember the song by that title? And others like "Heil, Phtut, Right In Der Feuhrer's Face,” "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree," "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition," and "Coming in on a Wing and a Prayer?" Then you…

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In the Spring of 1888 the thoughts of a smooth-talking young man named Wood turned o love, and he proposed marriage to Miss Bettie Doyle if Richmond, who accepted.

The wedding date was set and the wedding feast was prepared. The minister, family…
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