100 Years

July 6, 1922

Latonia Enjoys Full Fields For All 7 Races Train Catches Fire 75 Feet Underground; New York

July 5, 1922

Citizens Try To Stop Pari-Mutuels At Ashland State Fair Ben Ali Theatre Lets 15 and Younger in Free For Day-With Coupon

July 4, 1922

U.S. Halts Railroad Strike Spread; New Walkout By 400,000 Delayed State Debt Shows 4 Governors’ Economies Fail; A.O. Stanley, J.D. Black, E.P. Morrow, and W.J.… Read More »July 4, 1922

July 3, 1922

$25,000,000 Is Kentucky’s Debt; Both Parties Accept Blame Kentucky Oil Output Grows

July 2, 1922

“End Strike” President Harding Tells Coal Men Great Rail Strike Fails To Interrupt Traffic

July 1, 1922

NATIONWIDE RAILROAD STRIKE CALL IS OBEYED Whiskey Runner Shot Dead; Anderson County

June 30, 1922

Kentucky’s Highest Court Ruled Voter Registration Law Unconstitutional Mexicans Seize More Americans

June 29, 1922

U.S. Warships Ready For Action In Mexico If Needed President Harding Tries To End Coal Strikes

June 28, 1922

U.S. Navy To Act Unless Mexico Free Americans Broker fails On Wall Street Many Lose It All

June 27, 1922

Kentucky Pioneers Federal Loan Program For Tobacco 3 Violent Prisoners Escape From Eddyville Prison