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By Kathy Witt
Hopkins County in western Kentucky has had a rough-and-tumble streak since its founding more than 200 years ago in 1806. Its early settlers were Revolutionary War veterans and the county was named after Gen. Samuel Hopkins, an officer in the American Revolutionary War an...