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Thursday, February 5, 2009 at 7:30/6:30 pm CT on KET2
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Feature Story: The Louisville Water Company has been delivering water to area residents since 1860. Viewers learn how water gets from the Ohio River to the faucets of thousands of Louisvillians, find out why Louisville's water company was awarded "Best of the Best" by American Water Works Association and see the recent renovations of one of the city's most significant landmarks: the water tower at Zorn Avenue and River Road.
Guest: Candyce talks with environmentalist Tom FitzGerald, founder and director of the Kentucky Resources Council. Learn about a prestigious award he recently received and why he's been hailed as a "watchdog of the environment" in the Bluegrass state.
Around Town: We visit Louisville Stoneware, which has been in operation since 1815. Learn how it continues to break the mold of the pottery business. Plus, Louisville Life takes a ride on the nearly century-old steamer The Belle of Louisville.
Etc.: 151 years after his birth, a profile of local architect Arthur Loomis, who designed the Speed Art Museum among many other Louisville-area landmarks.