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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 Bradley Teater about his parents, Kirby and Louise Teater, and Teater's Grocery that sat on U.S. 27 south for many years.  This is the 92nd episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on September 17, 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 Creed Johns, a 92 year old Jessamine Countian who was a mail carrier and WW II veteran that fought in Germany. This is the 82nd episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on July 9, 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 Billie Brumfield Haws and Jim Brumfield about their parents, Clay & Ann Brumfield. Clay was a mail carrier in Wilmore for almost 30 years.  This is the 61st episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on February 13, 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 Ronnie Breiner, son of Joe and Nancy Breiner of the Trading Post store in Sulphur Well.  This is the 33rd episode of the program "All Things Jessamine" originally broadcast on August 1, 2015 on WNJK , 105.9 FM radio station in Nicholasville, Jessamine County, Kentucky.