Kentucky River


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Kentucky River

A river, about 415 km (260 mi) long, of north-central Kentucky flowing northwest to the Ohio River.
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Summary: Kentucky [USA], July 8 (ANI): Dead fish were seen floating down Kentucky River, days after runoff from an alcohol warehouse fire polluted the water body, impacting the aquatic life.
The distiller hired an emergency cleanup crew and state environmental officials were coordinating efforts to control bourbon runoff into a nearby creek that flows into the Kentucky River, said John Mura, a spokesman for the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet.
He also acquired the 8,500-square-foot North Lodge (hunting both Kentucky and Ohio) along the Kentucky River in Aberdeen, Ohio.
24 April 2018 - Canadian development-phase company Ucore Rare Metals, Inc.'s (TSX Venture: UCU) (OTCQX: UURAF) pending joint venture partner, Kentucky River Properties LLC of Hazard, Kentucky, has purchased an industrial facility in Eastern Kentucky for the purposes of accessing and processing rare earth elements and strategic metals from the Appalachian Coal Basin, the company said.
Runoff liquor was seeping into the nearby Kentucky River, causing concern it would kill fish.
Distillery along the banks of the Kentucky River. Today, Buffalo Trace Distillery makes whiskey on the very spot where Taylor's distillery once stood.
Patsy and Flannery Butler, twin sisters, were raised on the banks of the Kentucky River, supported by their fathers whiskey business.
The historic 1978 Kentucky River flood kicks off the story.
113 bonds (collectively, the River Authority bonds) are special and limited obligations of the SPBC, payable solely from revenues derived under lease agreements between the commission, as lessor, and the commonwealth's finance and administration cabinet (the cabinet) and the Kentucky River Authority (KRA), as lessees.
On the other side of the country, Berry along with his wife and children, had planted roots in the Kentucky River Valley on a 12-acre homestead they called "Lane's Landing Farm." Both writers chose to turn their backs on urban literary careers to instead live lives that integrated the mind with the body
The work began at the Kentucky River several miles outside of town and will end with a connection to an existing 12-inch water main within the city.

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