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Officer Kevin Atwood stands in for Superintendent on radio


2014-10-25 - The WAVE Studio, Russell Springs Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Larry Smith.
Officer Kevin Atwood, Adair County School resource officer,
filled in for Supt. Alan Reed on my Friday morning, Superintendent Minute on 92.7 The Wave. Atwood talked about school security and the importance of having police presence on school grounds, both as a deterrent to those who might do harm, and about the value of letting students know that policemen are their friends. He said that one of the biggest contributions he me can make is to talk with students person to person or in small informal groups. - Larry Smith


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Columbia's Jr. Stotts with Alison Lundergan Grimes


2014-10-25 - Greensburg, KY - Photo by Larry Smith.
Columbia's Junior Stotts was greeted with long time friend Alison Lundergan Grimes on a campaign stop in Greensburg, KY, my hometown. Stotts was the only Columbian I saw, but gathering was strong. Green County Judge Misty Edwards was there. Alison spoke in the Historic Green County Courthouse, the oldest one in the State of Kentucky. She gave a rock star performance sounding her populous theme calling for not a minimum wage, but a livable wage. Her theme is give the struggling people who want to work, a chance to do so. She really got into a song a man in the crowd sang to her, one whose lyrics he wrote especially for the occasion. - LARRY SMITH

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CUMC Fall Festival 25 Oct 2014 - Golds, Mosses & Cotton Candy


2014-10-25 - 202 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by George Kokbenschlag.

Harriett Gold & her son, Mike along with Rita & Bob Moss<;b< will be working the cotton candy machine at the Columbia United Methodist Church's fall festival 11am-2pmCT, today 25 Oct 2014. The festival is open to all. - GEORGE KOLBENSCHLAG.

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Jerry Holt at Columbia United Methodist Fall Festival 2014


2014-10-25 - 202 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag.
Jerry Holt on his mobile couch
checked out preparation & gave his stamp of approval to Columbia United Methodist's fall festival this morning. The festival runs 11am-2pmCT, today, Saturday 25 Oct 2014. It includes all sorts of activities. It's open to all and includes free foodl'! - GEORGE KOLBENSCHLAG.

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Inflatables at the CUMC Fall Festival, 11am-20mCT


2014-10-25 - 202 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by George Kokbenschlag.
11am-2pmCT, 25 Oct 2014, is now in progress at 202 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY, and includes inflatables, free food including funnel cakes barbque hot dogs and more.

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