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Evening in a small town

2019-06-15 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Tiffany Kessler,
The hustle and bustle of daytime all begins to wind down come sunset in our small town. This photo is looking from the Public Square in Columbia down Greensburg Street.

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Mitzi's gift a perfect one in two ways

2019-06-14 - Columbia - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Mitzi Bault brought this gift, sharing from their garden on McKinley Lane. And the very best part of the gift is that she is once again strong enough to get out in the sun and pick vegetables and take them to friends and family! That's a praise report!! - LW

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Business downtown ad: Libby's open til Nine tonight

2019-06-14 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Ellen Zornes.
Local businesswoman, Connie Stotts, browses the remaining merchandise at Libby’s Southern Boutique, 109 Burkesville Street, Suite B, in anticipation of tonight’s To The Nines shop local event. Libby’s will be closing it’s store front the end of this month with lots of bargains tonight. Local businesses on and around the square will be open tonight until 9pmCT. Come check it all out, meet your friends, eat and shop...on the square in Columbia. See you there! - Ellen

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Sparksville auction: Apple building and Wheeler's Store

2019-06-14 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,

On open house day Chase and Millie Brown visited with Henrietta Scott to see the property before tomorrow's auction Saturday, June 15, 2019. They explored the building Henrietta remembers having been called the Leif Akin building where the former US Marshall made furniture including cedar hope chests. Most recently this building was where they processed their apples. She said they'd never been told why Leif built the top the way he did, maybe someone knows the story who can share yet.

In the background is the old Wheeler Store that she and her husband Jeff restored and turned into their art studio. We've had a lot of fun identifying the school days photos on the wall. She said Jeff loved the building where as a boy he'd worked on Model Ts with his grandfather. She said he told her they'd have to start them by pushing them off over the hill, popping the clutch. And if they didn't start they stayed at the bottom of the hill.

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Birds of Kentucky: Canada Goose at the Zoo

2019-06-14 - Louisville, KY - Photo by Pen.
One of the many Canada Geese that roam freely along the walkways at the Louisville Zoo.

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