Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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July 29, 2013

Politics heat up in state

FRANKFORT — The week in Kentucky began with balmy, almost spring-like temperatures, but was expected to heat up on the political front by Saturday.

Friday and Saturday mark the 133rd annual Fancy Farm Picnic, a celebration, homecoming and fundraiser for St. Jerome’s Parish in the small Graves County about 10 miles west of Mayfield. About 15,000 are expected to show up in the small community of about 500 residents despite the typical oppressive August humidity and heat.

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