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Join host Doug Fain as he talks as he talks to Marlin Carter, a former teacher, about his parents, W.C. and Mary Carter. He was a teacher, she worked for the local ASCS office.  This is the 124th episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on April 29, 2017 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky. 

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Join host Doug Fain as he talks to Dr. David Hager about his parents Dr. C.R. and Mrs. Ruth Hager.  C.R. was a former Asbury University president and Superintendent of Jessamine County Schools.  Originally broadcast on April 22, 2017 as the 123rd episode and on April 23, 2016 as the 71st episode on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky.

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Join host Doug Fain as he remembers Brad and Billie Garrison..he was an attorney, she was a nurse. Doug will be joined by their son, Roger.  This is the 119th episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on March 25, 2017 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky. 

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Join host Doug Fain as he remembers Goebel and Violet Spurlock, former teachers in Jessamine County - he at Jessamine County High and her at Wilmore Elementary, with their granddaughters, Cindy Miller and Chrissie Tyra. This is the 116th episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on March 4, 2017 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky. 

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Join host Doug Fain as he talks with Charles Miller who is a 5th generation farmer in Jessamine County. This is the 114th episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on February 18, 2017 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky. 

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Join host Doug Fain as he talks with Billie Goodwill and Grace Woods about their parents, W.E. "Speck" and June Lowry of Wilmore. This is the 110th episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on January 21, 2017 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky. 

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Join host Doug Fain as he talks with John Daughtery and Lynn Thomas Daughtery about their parents Joe and Betty Shearer Daughtery. This is the 101st episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on November 19, 2016 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky. 

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Join host Doug Fain as he celebrtates the 100th episode of "All Things Jessamine" with a live 90 minute show with past guests. The first airing of the program was December 20, 2014.  This is the 100th episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on November 12, 2016 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky. 

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Join host Doug Fain as he talks with Kathy Fields, Jessamine County Schools Superintendent about her job and past Superintendents of Jessamine County. This is the 98th episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on October 29, 2016 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky. Click on the button below to help me keep this page going! 


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Join host Doug Fain as he talks with Burnam Reynolds about his parents, Custer and Helen Reynolds, longtime educators in Jessamine County.  This is the 94th episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on October 1, 2016 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky. Click on the button below to help me keep this page going! 



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Join host Doug Fain as he talks to David Royse about his dad, Pete, who worked for the Jessamine County School system for 43 years. This is the 85th episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on July 30, 2016 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville. Click on the button below to help me keep this page going! 



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Join host Doug Fain as he talks to Mary Helen Adams about her husband, Hugh "Buddy" Adams Jr who was Jessamine County schools superintendent for many years. This is the 83rd episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on July16, 2016 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville. Click on the button below to help me keep this page going! 


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Join host Doug Fain as he talks to Hunter Daughtery about his parents, Charles & Ann Hunter Daughtery, and also to Jim Barney Hunter (Ann's brother) about their father's business, Hunter Hardware which sat on Main Street . This is the 81st episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on July 2, 2016 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville. Click on the button below to help me keep this page going! 


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Join host Doug Fain as he talks to Jarod Polson, who grew up in Wilmore, played basketball at West Jessamine High and with the U.K. Wildcats. This is the 75th episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on May 21, 2016 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville. Click on the button below to help me keep this page going! 


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Join host Doug Fain as he talks to Dr. David Hager about his parents Dr. C.R. and Mrs. Ruth Hager.  C.R. was a former Asbury University president and Superintendent of Jessamine County Schools.  This is the 71st episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on April 23,  2016 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky. If you would like to financially help keep this web page going, please click on the button below and become a patron...THANKS !

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Join host Doug Fain as he remembers Jessamine County High School Principal Zeb Blankenship "Mr. B" by talking to his daughters, Kathy and Barbara. This is the 47th episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on November 7, 2015 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky.