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Sue Buley named KECSAC School Administrator of the Year

2014-07-29 - Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY - Photo submitted by John Shelley III. Adair County's Sue Buley, School Administrator at the Adair Youth Development Center, was named KECSAC (Kentucky Educational Collaborative for State Agency Children) School Administrator of the Year at the At-Risk Conference last week. Education Commissioner Terry Holiday, right, made the presentation. The AYDC School is part of the Adair County School system. School Superintendent Alan Reed said it came as no surprise that Buley was so recognized. "We're proud of the work she does at the center. It's so evident that she cares. I think it was highly appropriate that she received the recognition and I appreciate the honor she brings to our district."
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Another Beauty: Moth No. II visits Birch Lane

2014-07-29 - Birch Lane, East Adair Co., KY - Photo by Tommy Bailey. An even more exotically decorated moth, above has visited Tommy Bailey's carporch on Birch Lane. Two days ago we posted a pink and yellow moth. Tommy iis thinking that his carporch has to be a favorite mammoth moth pit stop. We're hoping someone will identify both and let us know about the creatures' habits in all it's life stages. - CM
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CU Coach Bryan Milburn shows dribbling drills

2014-07-28 - Costa Rica - Photo by Jordan Alves, CU.
Bryan Milburn, CU assistant men's basketball coach, shows dribbling drills during a basketball clinic in Costa Rica. - CHRIS MEGGINSON

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Rusty Hollingsworth with little friend in Costa Rica

2014-07-28 - Costa Rica - Photo by Jordan Alves.
Rusty Hollingsworth, director of athletics, holds a small child during the Costa Rica mission trip. - CHRIS MEGGINSON

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At FFA Leadership Camp, Hardinsburg, KY

2014-07-28 - Hardinsburg, KY - Photo by Jessica Simpson.
Adair County students attending the FFA Leadership Camp in Hardinsburg, KY:Front row, from left - Sadie Reynolds, Sarah Bault, Kaylee Burton. Middle row - Laura Willis, Haylee Reynolds, Allison Burris, Kelsie Keltner. Back row - Katelyn Moore, Paige Held, Grant Caldwell and Ashley Farmer. Absent from photo are Coby Taylor and Colby Cowan. - Jessica Simpson, Adair County High School FFA reporter

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