St. Kateri Tekakwitha Church Replaced The Church Destroyed On Leap Day 2012 In Ridgeway Illinois...The Leap Day Tornado Was A Force EF-4 Storm That Ripped Though Saline County And Destroyed Many Homes And Buildings In Harrisburg, Illinois...On Leap Day 2012, the largest natural disaster in Illinois in 2012 devastated this small town in Southern Illinois. Since the Feb. 29 EF-4 level tornado that tore through Harrisburg hitting the ground with a force of 175-180 miles per hour and leaving eight people dead, injuring many others and destroying more than 250 homes.
Same here! Street signs! Why is this being allowed?
My personal opinion of course, this is so wrong & just disrespectful. It makes you double look all most because it's just something you don't think of seeing with it being a flag pole...
This is Pounds Hollow. Husband & I spent alot of Summer time here Swimming & Cooking Out with friends & family. Haven't been there to swim since Summer 2008. This is where our daughter learned how to swim. She still remembers going to "The Beach" as she would say.
Micajah Harpe also known as "Big Harpe", Half of the infamous Harpe Brothers was a known murderer....The Harpe Brothers, committed some of their worst atrocities, in 1799, while seeking refuge from pursuing Kentucky regulators, at the river pirate stronghold of Cave-in-Rock. The Harpes were finally forced to leave by Samuel Mason, the infamous outlaw leader, after having fun tying a naked captive to a horse and pushing them both off the cliff over the cave into a night time fire, splattering both on the rocks below. It was said Big Harpe Blind folded both the captive and the horse before pushing them both over the bluff. This all took place while Sam Mason's Gang were having a party inside the entrance to the cave just below the bluff...."History Of Cave In Rock" and "Stories Of Big and Little Harpe" Micajah "Big" Harpe and Wiley "Little" Harpe....
The water tower is in Wayne county. Clay county is less than a mile north.