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Showiest KY State Tree on Lakeway DR, Russell Springs, KY

2016-04-30 - Lakeway Drive, Russell Springs, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
The showiest display of "tulips" on our Kentucky State Tree, the Tulip Poplar, may be on this one on Lakeway Drive in Russell Springs, KY. We saw this one Saturday, April 30, 2016. - Linda Waggener

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Cindy Thrasher needs help finding yellow labs, Booker & Jade

2016-04-30 - The Flatwoods, Adair County, KY - Photo by Cindy Thrasher. (Ad) Related: CM Animals for everything pets.
Missing 2 yellow lab mixes in the Flatwoods area of Adair County.
Booker the male weighs around 70#, the female Jade is 50#. Both are friendly and have on collars. Please call 270-250-1295 - - Cindy Thrasher
(Ad) Related: CM Animals for everything pets.

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Reptiles of KY: Eastern hognose snake; maybe not

2016-04-30 .
Larry Clark writes:
"I believe this is a eastern hognose snake, but maybe not . . . I caught one last year that looked similar to this one. After the blowing and hissing it rolled over on its back and played dead. The old timers called them blowing vipers." Best we can tell, after running into and consulting with serpentologist Steve Sanders of Damron's Creek Road, Eunice, Adair County, KY, we believe you've nailed the species. Sanders was at his office in McDonald's in Russell Springs. He took one look at the picture and said "Hognose viper. Don't even have to ask Ryan Beard. That's what it is." For those having trouble finding the snake, it's hanging upside down in the center of the picture. It is kindly long, and on careful inspection, one can see its face.

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Farm scene in the rain

2016-04-30 - Adair County, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
This farm scene on Wheat Road looks ready for action -- later -- after the Saturday morning rain passes by.

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CHS Academic Team members deliver stuffed animals to children

2016-04-30 - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, CIS.
Campbellsville High School Academic Team members recently delivered stuffed elephants to children at Taylor Regional Hospital. Earlier in the school year, the team hosted a fundraiser by selling the elephants. Those purchasing them could choose to receive them or donate them to children receiving treatment at the hospital. On Friday, April 29, students took 11 elephants to children having surgery at TRH. Jessica Bradshaw is the CHS Academic Team coach. ABOVE CHS Academic Team students delivering elephants to patients include, From left, coach Jessica Bradshaw, sophomores Austin Fitzgerald, Christian Berry, Sara Farmer and Cass Kidwell, freshmen Elizabeth Sullivan and Myles Murrell, sophomore Samuel Kessler, freshman Randy Harris and senior Micah Price. - Calen McKinney, CIS

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