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Blaze Radio comes to Hodgenville

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Hodgenville was chosen as a location for a nationally known online radio show on May 4. The Blaze Radio Network, owned by Glenn Beck, came to the Lincoln Museum to air a morning talk show, The Morning Blaze, hosted by Doc Thompson. The show mixes political commentary with humor and history. The Morning Blaze had been on a tour of Kentucky leading up to the Kentucky Derby and the Lincoln Museum was chosen because of Hogenville’s rich history and, of course, because it is the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln.


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