ATV riders traveled through the small town of Evarts in June 2007. The Harlan County Ridge Runners ATV Club's "Summer Stampede" in Evarts was expected to draw more than 1,000 ATV riders from Kentucky and as far away as New Jersey.
ATV riders traveled through the small town of Evarts in June 2007. The Harlan County Ridge Runners ATV Club's "Summer Stampede" in Evarts was expected to draw more than 1,000 ATV riders from Kentucky and as far away as New Jersey. Herald-Leader
ATV riders traveled through the small town of Evarts in June 2007. The Harlan County Ridge Runners ATV Club's "Summer Stampede" in Evarts was expected to draw more than 1,000 ATV riders from Kentucky and as far away as New Jersey. Herald-Leader

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