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Controlled burn blackens sky Mon 30 Mar 2015

2015-03-31 - Bliss, Adair County, KY .
A number of people were concerned yesterday, Monday, March 30, 2015, when a smoky cloud darkened the sky over a a large number of acres and a few complained of the smoke they, wildlife, and farm animals inhaled during the process. It apparently wasn't a fire out of control, just a controlled burn of a CREP field. - CM

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Tuesday's GRAS Adoptable Dog: Red

2015-03-31 - Green River Animal Shelter, 455 Appleby Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Kim Sallee, Director. This is Red, a sweet heeler mix that is needing a new home. $50 adoption fee. If interested please contact Green River Animal Shelter at 270-385-9655 Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 10am-5pmCT and Saturdays 10am-2pmCT. Phone 270-572-9943 after hours. Thanks, KIM SALLEE Director
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KY Transportation Cabinet District 8 studying Bypass safety

2015-03-31 - Near Adair County Veterans Memorial Bypass/KY 61 bypass - Photo by CM contributing photographer. Survey crews from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, District 8, Somerset, KY, have been studying changes to make the Adair County Veterans Bypass at the Burkesville Street/Road intersection safer, and have been very busy in the past few days, since the March 29, 2015 two vehicle collision which cost the lives of three people. This unit of the safety team was seen the intersection yesterday. (Note from photographer One new spin on the solution to the problem proposed by the photographer: The speed limit differential on the two roads is too great at the intersection is two great. It's 55 mph on the bypass and on Burkesville Road, and 35 on Burkesville Street, making it very difficult for drivers entering the intersection to judge the speed of ongoing or crossing vehicles. )
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Missing hound, Darwin, on a walkabout

2015-03-30 - Crocus Creek area, Adair County, KY - Photo by Wendy Burt.
Our small red & white hound
(blind in one eye) caught a scent while on Crocus Creek, Saturday, March 27, 2015, and has been on a walkabout ever since. He's friendly but shy, is wearing a collar with tags, etc. He's greatly missed. If you see him, please call 270-634-0504.

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Gregory Ray Norris, Sr., 29, of Columbia, KY (1986-2015)

2015-03-30 - 200 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo from Grissom-Martin Funeral Home.

Gregory Ray Norris, Sr., 29, of Columbia, KY (1986-2015)

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