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  1. Adair Project Development Board meets Tuesday, Aug. 29
    Posted: 2006-08-29, Story ID: 14749

  2. Another School Delay Dividend: City Pool stays open
    Posted: 2006-07-31, Story ID: 14555

  3. Three car crash on Jamestown Street results in injury to one
    Posted: 2006-04-19, Story ID: 13818

  4. AGENDA: Columbia City Council Regular Monthly Meeting, April 3, 2006
    Posted: 2006-04-03, Story ID: 13676

  5. Columbia Police Activity / Arrests / Citations Reports for March 2006
    Posted: 2006-04-03, Story ID: 13674

  6. Mayor does not vote in case of P&Z tie
    Posted: 2006-03-21, Story ID: 13562

  7. P&Z OKs changes for Cleaners; Building Ctr. request withdrawn
    Posted: 2006-03-17, Story ID: 13526

  8. Columbia Utilities Commission regular meeting to be Mon., Feb. 20, 2006
    Posted: 2006-02-16, Story ID: 13263

  9. Happy First Anniversary: Donnie & Lisa Clark
    Posted: 2006-02-05, Story ID: 13172

  10. Columbia Utilities Commission can be reached over New Year's holiday
    Posted: 2005-12-29, Story ID: 12927

  11. LETTER: Cyrus comments on Columbia's changing mercantile status
    Posted: 2005-12-28, Story ID: 12920

  12. 2006 Adair Genealogical Society Calendar now on sale
    Posted: 2005-09-07, Story ID: 12313

  13. Columbia City Council regular meeting: Tuesday, September 6, 2005
    Posted: 2005-09-06, Story ID: 12311

  14. Columbia City Council Agenda Regular meeting, September 6, 2005
    Posted: 2005-09-06, Story ID: 12310

  15. Labor Day 2005 highlighted by Buy, Sell, Swap and Trade Day
    Posted: 2005-09-02, Story ID: 12295

  16. Columbia City Council Regular Meeting: Monday, August 1, 2005
    Posted: 2005-08-01, Story ID: 12180

  17. AGENDA: Columbia, KY, City Council, August 1, 2005
    Posted: 2005-08-01, Story ID: 12179

  18. Columbia, Adair scheduled to get $75,000 in PRIDE grants
    Posted: 2005-07-12, Story ID: 12125

  19. Arts Council: Community Mural Project topic of discussion tonight
    Posted: 2005-07-12, Story ID: 12123

  20. Cary Foust Street sends link to US EPA site, study of Natural Landscaping
    Posted: 2005-07-10, Story ID: 12119

  21. Columbia Police arrest 25-year-old on DUI, multiple other charges
    Posted: 2005-07-06, Story ID: 12107

  22. Columbia City Council June 6, 2005: New budget introduced
    Posted: 2005-06-08, Story ID: 12028

  23. Hearing June 9, 2005 for Zoning Change, 304-306 Campbellsville Street
    Posted: 2005-06-07, Story ID: 12024

  24. Columbia City Council May 2, 2005: Sewer/garbage woes dominate meeting
    Posted: 2005-05-04, Story ID: 11934

  25. Columbia Police Activity Report March 2005
    Posted: 2005-04-07, Story ID: 11838

  26. Columbia City Council April 4, 2005: Short agenda, but meeting long
    Posted: 2005-04-05, Story ID: 11833

  27. Columbia City Council April 4, 2005: Plaque Honors Mrs. Hutchison
    Posted: 2005-04-05, Story ID: 11832

  28. Columbia City Council April 4, 2005: Rescue Squad request for aid delayed
    Posted: 2005-04-05, Story ID: 11831

  29. Columbia City Council April 4, 2005: Major PRIDE clean-up is April 9-23
    Posted: 2005-04-05, Story ID: 11829

  30. A reader sounds off about traffic on the square
    Posted: 2005-02-01, Story ID: 11620

  31. New Poll: Should Columbia Cemetery Road be open or chained
    Posted: 2004-12-07, Story ID: 11465

  32. Regular meeting of Columbia City Council is tonight at 6:00 p.m.
    Posted: 2004-12-06, Story ID: 11459

  33. More homage to the old pool room
    Posted: 2004-12-04, Story ID: 11456

  34. Lemmons open Ole Kentucky Store on Square
    Posted: 2004-12-02, Story ID: 11447

  35. News Brief - New sign on Jamestown Hill: United Citizens Bank
    Posted: 2004-12-01, Story ID: 11444

  36. Is One Day Shavings Law historical fact or urban myth?
    Posted: 2004-12-01, Story ID: 11443

  37. Support for City-owned Cable is increasing, survey indicates
    Posted: 2004-11-25, Story ID: 11435

  38. 'A Great Day for Columbia,' Mayor Bell says as aerial ladder truck ok'ed
    Posted: 2004-11-23, Story ID: 11429

  39. Columbia United Methodist to hold single Sunday morning service
    Posted: 2004-11-23, Story ID: 11426

  40. City will consider bids on Aerial Ladder Truck at Special Called Meeting
    Posted: 2004-11-22, Story ID: 11423

  41. Survey indicates overwhelming support for cable/fast internet/phone system
    Posted: 2004-11-18, Story ID: 11411

  42. Mayor Hardwick resigns effective October 17, 2004
    Posted: 2004-10-04, Story ID: 11303

  43. Notice of Special Meeting
    Posted: 2004-09-12, Story ID: 11259

  44. Changes on Jamestown Street
    Posted: 2003-08-15, Story ID: 10804

  45. Volunteers at work in Adair County
    Posted: 2003-08-11, Story ID: 10794

  46. Where are they now? Dr. David M. Royse
    Posted: 2003-08-02, Story ID: 10775

  47. Part of Columbia's Oldest Business* Burns
    Posted: 2003-07-16, Story ID: 10752

  48. Folklore of the Old West Festival enjoyed by hundreds
    Posted: 2003-06-07, Story ID: 10697

  49. Quilt Show details and Festival events schedule
    Posted: 2003-05-31, Story ID: 10685

  50. Get ready for the second annual Old West Festival
    Posted: 2003-05-15, Story ID: 10652

  51. Mark Harris is new Columbia Police Chief
    Posted: 2003-04-08, Story ID: 10597

  52. Feed 'Em Beans: Tax Day Lunch
    Posted: 2003-04-08, Story ID: 10594

  53. Old High School Commemorative Plate on eBay
    Posted: 2003-03-21, Story ID: 10577

  54. KSP arrest two in Wellnitz Case - Kentucky
    Posted: 2003-02-28, Story ID: 10554

  55. If you think the weekend rains were bad . . .
    Posted: 2003-02-17, Story ID: 10539

  56. Jessie Aaron's Spectacular Orchid
    Posted: 2002-09-18, Story ID: 10451

  57. Modern Day Bank Robbers?
    Posted: 2002-09-11, Story ID: 10441

  58. Second anniversary of new post office is approaching
    Posted: 2002-08-24, Story ID: 10434

  59. When it rains it pours... Broadband
    Posted: 2002-07-09, Story ID: 10423

  60. Contributors wanted...
    Posted: 2002-07-03, Story ID: 10421


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