National Park Service representatives met with community members interested in a National Heritage Area proposed for this area because of its Abraham Lincoln ties.
The meeting, held Jan. 5 in the Lincoln Museum Community Room, was attended by about 30 people.
LaRue County, birthplace of Abraham Lincoln 200 years ago, is one of 17 Kentucky sites that Congress has identified in a directive for the NPS to study the feasibility of such a designation.
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