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Program 1504

1. Evergreen Hills Maze
2. Our Town: Adairville
3. Dave Does It—Dahl & Groezinger Scrap Iron and Metals
4. Cricket Press
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Fleming County

For more information:
• Evergreen Hills Maze, Cemetery Lane, Flemingsburg, 41041, (606) 849-2952

Producer/Editor: Valerie Trimble
Videographer: Amelia Cutadean
Audio: Brent Abshear, Chuck Burgess
Editor: Jim Piston


Evergreen Hills Maze

Puzzle in the Pines

Right in the heart of downtown Flemingsburg is the Evergreen Hills Maze, a 15-acre pine tree maze designed by college math teacher Ann Evans and her husband, Bob. Originally laid out as a family activity by these two avid gardeners, the Maze is now open to the public. Watch as Dave Shuffett and canine companions Toby and Charlie take on the challenge.

This is no ordinary maze. The Evanses created more than 300 rooms, and some rooms have three doors from which to choose. The tall pines prevent you from seeing the paths before you choose your route. Although it is indeed challenging, the couple says the maze is fun for all ages. And if the puzzle proves to be too much for you, they promise to get you out.

The maze is open year round by appointment and every weekend during September and October. Good luck!

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Logan County

For more information:
City of Adairville Web site

Producer: Dave Shuffett
Videographer: John Schroering
Audio: Roger Tremaine
Editor: Dan Taulbee


Our Town—Adairville

In this week’s “Our Town” segment, we visit Adairville in Logan County. The community is close to Tennessee but home to some fascinating Kentucky history.

Adairville is the site of the 1806 duel fought between Charles Dickinson and future president Andrew Jackson. Jackson called out Dickinson over insults to his wife and himself. Dickinson shot Jackson in the chest, wounding him. Jackson fired back, killing Dickinson.

During the Civil War, this border town was the scene of plundering by both sides. The county was occupied by Confederate troops until February 1862, when the Union forces took control.

Today, Adairville offers a more peaceful scene, with beautiful home gardens, the historic church and cemetery on the Red River, the Barn Art Quilt Trail, and the annual Strawberry Festival.


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Daviess County

For more information:
Dahl & Groezinger Scrap Iron and Metals, 941 W. 11th St., Owensboro, Ky. 42301, (270) 684-1404

Producer/Editor: Tom Bickel
Videographer: John Schroering
Audio: Roger Tremaine, Brent Abshear


Dave Does It!

Dahl & Groezinger Scrap Iron and Metals

In our first “Dave Does It” segment, Dave Shuffett travels to Owensboro to work at Dahl & Groezinger Scrap Iron and Metal, a 124-year-old family business. Dave drives a Bobcat, sorts scrap metal, crushes a car, and operates a giant magnet—all in a day’s work!

Dahl & Groezinger is Kentucky’s oldest scrap iron and metal processor, established in 1885 by George Groezinger Sr. and Phillip Dahl. Now run by the fifth generation, the business accepts steel, aluminum, brass, copper and stainless steel.

Put on your hard hat and gloves. It’s time to get to work.

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Fayette County

For more information:
Cricket Press, P.O. Box 21952, Lexington, Ky., 40522-1952

Producer/Editor: Brandon Wickey
Videographers: Brandon Wickey, Jason Robinson
Audio: Chuck Burgess


Cricket Press

Town Crier

Cricket Press is a husband-and-wife screenprinting, letterpress, and design studio located in Lexington. Best known for their gig posters supporting bands at local and national venues, Brian and Sara Turner are also an integral part of the Lexington community, creating works of art to publicize businesses and events around town.

The Turners illustrate, design, and hand-print all of their posters, making each one a unique, limited edition work of art. Among the events featured on their posters are the Midway Festival of Plays, Lexington’s “Thriller” Parade, and the Seedtime on the Cumberland festival.

The Turners have worked in a variety of creative media, including illustration, photography, graphic design, and even woodworking. At Cricket Press the couple creates and sells their own art prints and card sets, and Sara makes mini comic books as well.

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