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Shelia Krahn, 61, Columbia, KY (1957-2019)

2019-11-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Grissom-Martin Funeral Home.
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A truly international breakfast at ISP House

2019-11-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Sabine Eastham.
From left to right: Lucy Mora Diaz from Casanare/Colombia, Carla Alibert from Balma/France, and Sevval Ozseker from Sakarya/Turkey and Alexandra Parra from Monagas/Venezuela. Fixing up a really delicious treat: Arepas (a type of food made of ground maize dough, originating from the northern region of South America in pre-Columbian times, and is notable in the cuisines of Colombia and Venezuela, with plantains, eggs, avocado and turkey (this one was prepared with onions, tomatoes and green peppers).

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New Cook Out headed to Columbia

2019-11-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Word from Mayor Hoots is that Cook Out, a North Carolina based hamburger chain, is slated to take over the currently empty building that once housed the Dairy Queen and was most recently home to Dickies Barbecue. Hoots says, "We are pleased that they are locating in Columbia."

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Giving thanks at ISP House

2019-11-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Marie Kurata.
From left to right: Mayu Satoh and Maho Muramatsu from Tokyo and Marie Kurata from Seto. Three LWC students from Japan sharing a home cooked meal; Oyakodon is a one-bowl meal consisting of a bed of rice topped with chicken and egg (hence the name 'Oyako', meaning 'parent and child') and seasoned with soy sauce, mirin, and dashi.

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Adair Health Department educators

2019-11-19 - Columbia - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Lake Cumberland District Health Department recently received a Teen Pregnancy Prevention Grant. Adair/Casey County Health Educator Jelaine Harlow, center, has taken the position of Health Education Coordinator-Grant Manager. The grant allowed for hiring two new Health education staff, Crystal Kingrey, left, and Alyson Shepherd. Crystal will be transitioning into the vacant Adair/Casey position and Alyson will soon be moving into her office in Pulaski Health Department. The open grant position will be filled soon. They are pictured here at the November WATCH Coalition meeting at the Health Department in Columbia.

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