Folks gave this small town its peculiar moniker as early as 1847, and they’ve been doing things their own way ever since. Beginning as an important stop for commerce along the Ohio River, the tiny town has endured floods, ice, economic upheaval and all manner of modernization, remaining a beacon of bygone ways in the present day. Always bucking trends, people here elected their first dog for mayor in 1998, sparking a tradition that led to three more successful canine campaigns. So pull up a chair at the general store and join local historian Donald Clare as he presents the first book-length history of Boone County’s most celebrated river town.
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