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I-24 Cumberland River Bridge Renamed for Livingston County's Ralph Smith
Posted: 12-Aug-2002 8:20PM CDT

The I-24 bridge over the Cumberland River in Western Kentucky has been renamed in honor former Livingston County sheriff and judge executive Ralph Smith. Construction on the bridge itself began 1972.

More information: Lyon County's Herald Ledger: I-24 Bridge re-named in honor of Livingston Co. native Ralph Smith (Aug. 9, 2002) [Outside Link]

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