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Hunter Durham: Bad feeling see the tree cut down

By Hunter Durham

It was very bad feeling to drive around the Square at night, no less seeing the tree being chopped down. I guess some other night that the tree facing Greensburg will also be eliminated, leaving nothing but a blank grass space, while at the same time, ugly vines have been climbing up the Jamestown Street side.

- Hunter Durham

This story was posted on 2016-11-19 12:50:32
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Firkins girls bring in OCC Boxes

2016-11-19 - Wheet Fellowship Hall, 1200 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Mark Fudge, County Chair, Operation Christmas Child.
Gwendolynn Firkins and Angelina Firkins made the final drop off of the day on Saturday, November 19, 2016. They said that their favorite items in the box were a pop up book and a stuffed animal. They were looking forward to making a child happier as a result of their box. - Mark Fudge

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