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Temperatures in the lower 70’s and overcast conditions were the weather pattern for the 2009 Ohio Governor’s Cup Regatta. The one mile certified record course on Grand Lake St. Mary’s in Celina, Ohio was rougher Saturday (8/22/2009) than Sunday (8/23/2009) due to a breeze coming from the southwest. Sunday’s water was excellent for racing action. The traditional Hydro Hot Laps took place as well each morning at 9 AM with sponsor AmeriGas. Three J-Stock hydro teams churned the waters too along with 21 hulls in the Jim Cunningham Memorial vintage. Hot Laps were just that with three new course records set
The 3rd annual D&H Distance Run was held on September 12, 2010. Despite a rainy start, the race was a great success. 223 runners left the Forest City Trailhead at 9 AM with the first finisher crossing the line in one hour and 14 minutes, a course record. Race results can be found at www.nepa-rail-trail.org.
February 2003 Making America, 1775-1865 Thomas Paine, “African Slavery in America” (1775) Thomas Jefferson, Notes on the State of Virginia (1784; selections) Herman Melville, “Benito Cereno” (1856) -----, “Billy Budd” (1924) Abraham Lincoln, Second Inaugural (1865) Criticism F.O. Matthesien, American Renaissance: Art and Expression in the Age of Emerson and Whitman (1941; introduction, sections on Emerson and Melville) Perry Miller, Errand into the Wilderness (1956)
Simpson's Paradox occurs when an observed association is spurious – reversed after taking into account a confounding factor. At best, Simpson's Paradox is used to argue that association is not causation. At worst, Simpson's Paradox is used to argue that induction is impossible in observational studies (that all arguments from association to causation are equally suspect) since any association could possibly be reversed by some yet unknown confounding factor
Guy Simpson grew up on the family farm, a livestock and grain farming enterprise. He graduated from South Shelby High School and attended MACC in Moberly. He was always interested in family history and became aware that he came from a long line of American patriots, from the Connecticut Yankee Revolutionary who served with Washington at Trenton and Princeton to the maternal and paternal grandfathers who both served in WWII.
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Simpson County is located on the Kentucky-Tennessee border immediately south of Bowling Green. The county ranks 90th out of the 120 Kentucky counties in total land area with 151,252 acres. Almost 80% of the corn acreage and more than 85% of the soybean acreage is grown in the 37 counties in Kentucky which have parts or all of the county west of I-65. Of these counties only Carlisle, Fulton, Lyon, and Hancock Counties have less land than Simpson. However despite its small size it is still a major agricultural county in Kentucky and ranks 57th among Kentucky's 120 counties