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    Annville Hosts 4th of July Parade

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    On July 4th, Annville held its' annual 4th of July parade. Although it was a sweltering 94 degrees at parade time there were still many participants as well as people along the parade route supporting the participants! Local churches and families, as well as Annville Christian Academy, decorated floats for the parade. Emergency personnel and law enforcement also participated. A new group, Jackson County Off-Roader Association, participated for the first time this year! Also among the parade participants were our faithful walkers and children on bicycles and golf carts as well as our horses and buggy. Prior to the parade the car show had a cruise-in to show off their cars. At the culmination of the parade, the community gathered on the campus of Grace Covenant Ministries for food, fun and games as well as music by the local group The Lettebox Boys and Jackson County High School graduate, Angel Cunagin.

    State Rep. Goforth Discusses Road Improvements

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    FRANKFORT- On Monday, State Rep. Robert Goforth attended a meeting of the Interim Joint Committee on Transportation at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet in Frankfort. Goforth is a member of the important House Transportation Committee, which makes decisions regarding transportation funding before it reaches the full legislature. The committee heard from Dr. Noelle Hunter, Executive Director, Kentucky Office of Highway Safety and Acting Director, Division of Incident Management and Mr. Jerame Brown, Administrative Branch Manager, Transportation Operations Center, Division of Incident Management as well as from Mr. William Hayes, Administrative Branch Manager, Roadway Assistance Branch, Division of Incident Management.