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Gov. Bevin appoints Dunnvillian to Hart-Supported Living Council

From Governor Matt Bevin's Communications office

Gov. Matt Bevin appointed Stella Beard, of Dunnville, KY, to the Hart-Supported Living Council on Monday, February 5, 2018.

Stella Beard is an education and outreach coordinator for the Kentucky Special Parent Involvement Network, Inc. She will represent members at-large, and will serve for a term expiring July 14, 2019.

The Hart-Supported Living program is designed for Kentuckians with disabilities, giving them the opportunity to request funds for support so they can live in their homes and communities, avoiding institutionalization.

2018-02-05 16:31:50 | Comments | Printable version

G. Cheatham Road re-opens

Road Foreman Terry Corbin would like to announce that the repairs have been made to G. Cheatham Road, and it is now open.

Bridget Compton
Human Resources Director/Co-Solid Waste Director/Executive Secretary
Adair County Fiscal Court

2017-09-07 14:20:15 | Comments | Printable version

School is back in session today in Adair County, KY

Adair County School Superintendent Pam Stephens reminds everyone that this morning, Monday, January 2, 2017, classes are back in session in the Adair County School District and that parents/guardians make sure students attend today. As well, citizens are reminded that school buses are on the road today and to use extra care this morning and after 2:45pmCT, when the buses will be carrying students back to their homes.

2017-01-02 05:22:17 | Comments | Printable version

Al Hardy: Peggy and I fell in love...

Al Hardy writes:
For years when asked if I knew anything about Columbia/Adair County, I would say, "I just know how to go through it on the way to some other place."

After serving nearly 2 years as interim Pastor of Columbia Baptist Church, I can truly say I know some of the finest people in the world. Peggy and I fell in love not only with those of CBC but also with many citizens of Adair County. Thanks for making us feel welcome.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Al and Peggy Hardy

2015-12-15 09:02:43 | Comments | Printable version

Kentucky's jobless rate drops to three-year low in Dec. 2011

U.S. Employment picture also gets better

By Kim S. Brannock

News from Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet

FRANKFORT, KY (Jan. 19, 2012) -- Kentucky's seasonally adjusted preliminary unemployment rate dropped to a three-year low of 9.1 percent in December 2011 from 9.4 percent in November 2011, according to the Office of Employment and Training (OET), an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.

2012-01-19 09:27:37 | Comments | Printable version

County receives grant for $35,600 toward cruisers for ACSO

Adair County Sheriff's Office expects four new Ford Crown Victorias to be delivered by the end of May, 2010. Grant money will revert to County General Fund. Grant application initiated by CJE Ann Melton earlier. Cruisers should be here by end of May, Sheriff says

By Ed Waggener

Paperwork needed to complete the acceptance of a $35,600 toward the purchase of four Ford Crown Victoria cruisers for the Adair County Sheriff's Department was completed in a six-minute meeting of Adair Fiscal Court, Thursday morning, April 1, 2010.

2010-04-06 03:42:10 | Comments | Printable version

Burton Ace Hardware now takes orders for FFA Address Markers

By Sarah Thompson, Adair Co. High School FFA President
The Adair County FFA is proud to announce that Burton's Ace Hardware, 314 Campbellsville ST, Columbia, KY is now participating in our adress marker sales. Anyone interested in purchasing a sign may stop by their store during regular business hours and fill out a form.

FFA member Brooklyn Wilson will pick up orders on a regular basis and return your completed sign back to the store.

2010-03-17 15:57:55 | Comments | Printable version

Adair County Fiscal Court meeting March 9, 2010

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Daily News for Wednesday, March 10, 2010 Edition

  • Court votes to buy pagers for Knifley Fire Department
  • Three magistrate committee to study road adoption policy
  • County approves Dennis Selby supervised inmate work
  • Gilbert Smith RD closed; speed limit on Ray Williams Rd going to 35 mph
  • Jerry Franklin hired part-time at Adair Recycling Center
  • Judge Melton announces Spring PRIDE cleanup, Tire Amnesty, Free Tipping at Transfer Station

By Ed Waggener

Court votes $3,200 for pagers for Knifley Volunteer Fire Department

Fiscal court voted unanimously to buy eight Motorola pagers for the Knifley Area Volunteer Fire Department (KAVFD) after hearing a presentation from Gayla Baker, treasurer of the KAVFD at last night's Adair County Fiscal Court meeting.

Baker noted that the department serves an area which has poor cell phone service, and that the area the KAVFD serves is one of the most sparsely populated area of the Adair County.

The vote came on a motion by Sixth District Magistrate Joe Rogers, in whose district the Knifley Fire Department is headquartered, and was seconded by Magistrate Danny Goodin (1), whose district is partially served by the KAVFD.

The cost of the pagers will be $3,200.

Adair County Judge Executive Ann Melton announced that the county is working to secure a grant for a new roof at the Knifley fire station.

Accompanying Treasurer Baker to the meeting were KAVFD Assistant Chief Brett Farmer, KAVFD Board Vice Chairman Richie Gabehart, and KAVFD member Kim Farmer.

2010-03-10 06:01:39 | Comments | Printable version

Joe Ballou within 3.25 pounds of pecan record

One hundred pounds of kernels from two Rives Kerbow trees would far eclipse previous record for his trees, and he thinks it would be a record for Adair County
Click on headline for complete story, 5 photos
By Ed Waggener

Joe Ballou says that he has now shelled 96.75 pounds of pecans from two of his trees this year. "That will be a record for Adair County," I believe. One hundred pounds of pecans kernels from two trees is one he set, an arbitrary figure, he admits--but an honorable and monumental one, too.

With pecans selling in the supermarket for as much as $12 a pound in cans, that would give this year's harvest from his Old Springfield Road farm in District 6 of Adair County a street value of over $1200.

2009-01-18 09:28:37 | Comments | Printable version

Repairs made to scenic Old Clearsprings Road

By Ed Waggener

Old Clearsprings Road creek crossings were repaired this past week by the Adair County Road Department this week, making travel across the scenic connector lane much easier and safer.

Washouts from the February 6, 2008 floods had made travel difficult across the road until now.

Two of the three drybridges on the short road were repoured this week under the supervision of the ACRD's Gary Samuell and Terry Williams, who completed the work with the help of four Adair County Regional Jail inmate workers.

2008-05-24 08:04:16 | Comments | Printable version

2007 ACHS football banquet tonight at LWC

By Cathy Moss
Special story

The 2007 Adair County High School football team will be having their football banquet tonight, November 26, 2007, at Cranmer Dining Center, Lindsey Wilson College. The banquet begins at 6:00pmCT.

2007-11-26 07:44:44 | Comments | Printable version

Gov. Fletcher will be in Columbia, bringing checks, Friday

Governor Ernie Fletcher will be in Columbia on Friday, February 16, 2007, in the basement of the Annex Building.

The purpose of the visit, Judge Ann Melton said, is to delivery three checks to the county. "They didn't tell me exactly what the checks are, or the amount," Judge Melton said, "but I am hoping that one of them will be the check for the Grassy Springs Bridge."

The meeting is open to the public, Judge Melton said.

Later in the afternoon the Governor will be a Campbellsville University as the first participant in a Kentucky Heartland Institute for Public Policy (KHIPP) candidates forum.
Reminder of Governor Fletcher's visit is in the CM Events Calendar

2007-02-13 12:44:22 | Comments | Printable version

Adair Fiscal Court Special Called meeting Jan. 18, 2007

Single item on agenda: Hire road department employees
The Adair County Fiscal Court will have a Special Called meeting on Thursday, January 18, 2007 at 8:00 a.m. in the basement of the Adair County Annex Building. The purpose of the meeting is to hire road department employees. The meeting is open to the public. -LISA LEE, Administrative Assistant
Reminder of this meeting in Events calendar

2007-01-07 10:33:58 | Comments | Printable version

Public notice: Adair County Road department opening

The Adair County Fiscal Court will be accepting applications for the Adair County Road Department. CDL License is required. Applications will be taken until Friday, January 12th at 11:00 A.M. Applications may be picked up at Judge Execuitive Ann Melton's office in the Adair County Annex Building, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY 42728. The Adair County Fiscal Court is an Equal Opportunity Employer

2007-01-04 13:46:33 | Comments | Printable version

Sheriff Cheatham reminds taxpayer of Dec. 29, 2006 deadline

Adair County Sheriff Steve Cheatham would like to remind everyone that there are only a few days left to pay 2006 Adair County property taxes before the 5% penalty is imposed. Taxes will need to be paid by today, December 29, 2006, to avoid the 5% penalty. - STEVE CHEATHAM, Sheriff, Adair County, 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY 42728. Phone 270-384-2776. The deadline day is noted in Events

2006-12-19 15:47:27 | Comments | Printable version

More recent stories in topic Adair County
  1. Adair Co. Fiscal Court Agenda Reg, Sept, 12, 2006 meeting
    Posted: 2006-09-12, Story ID: 14837

  2. Adair Fiscal Court Special Meeting August 28, 2006 report
    Posted: 2006-08-29, Story ID: 14746

  3. Office of Judge Vaughan issues emergency road repair alert
    Posted: 2006-08-16, Story ID: 14668

  4. Adair Fiscal Court Special Called Meeting Agenda, Aug. 28, 2006
    Posted: 2006-08-15, Story ID: 14664

  5. Invitation to Bid: Fall Mowing of County Road right-of-ways
    Posted: 2006-08-15, Story ID: 14662

  6. Adair PDB meeting July 18, 2006: A design bombshell
    Posted: 2006-07-20, Story ID: 14479

  7. Adair Co. Fiscal Court Agenda Regular July 11, 2006 meeting
    Posted: 2006-07-07, Story ID: 14396

  8. Adair CO Fiscal Court Special Called Meeting June 29, 2006
    Posted: 2006-06-28, Story ID: 14319

  9. Adair CO Fiscal Court Agenda Regular Meeting, June 13, 2006
    Posted: 2006-06-12, Story ID: 14213

  10. Adair Fiscal Court meetings AGENDAS for June 5, June 8, 2006
    Posted: 2006-06-02, Story ID: 14151

  11. Adair CO Fiscal Court REPORT Special Meeting June 2, 2006
    Posted: 2006-06-02, Story ID: 14146

  12. It's 2006 Crusade for Children time in Adair County
    Posted: 2006-05-24, Story ID: 14084

  13. Highlight Event: Relay for Life Four Wheeler Ride
    Posted: 2006-05-24, Story ID: 14083

  14. Superintendent Treece will speak at VFW Memorial Day Service
    Posted: 2006-05-23, Story ID: 14072

  15. Adair Co. Extension Agent. May 22,2006: Premise ID
    Posted: 2006-05-22, Story ID: 14068

  16. Deputy Sheriff Corbin arrests E-town man on drug-use charges
    Posted: 2006-05-18, Story ID: 14051

  17. Commissioner Williams at Nell for bridge ribbon cutting
    Posted: 2006-05-16, Story ID: 14038

  18. Driver admitted to hospital after swerving to miss a deer
    Posted: 2006-05-15, Story ID: 14035

  19. Young Eagles flight rally at airport is scheduled for May 20, 2006
    Posted: 2006-05-15, Story ID: 14034

  20. Columbia Police arrest Horse Cave Man in connection with stabbing at High School
    Posted: 2006-05-15, Story ID: 14032

  21. Bowling Green jury rules Phillip Brown guilty, story says
    Posted: 2006-05-14, Story ID: 14026

  22. Columbia High Class of 1951 will celebrate 55th year May 27, 2006
    Posted: 2006-05-13, Story ID: 14022

  23. Cyrus' revelation: How Adair Countian tipped scales to win WWI
    Posted: 2006-05-13, Story ID: 14019

  24. 50th Year Reunion for ACHS Class of 1956 is Saturday, May 27, 2006
    Posted: 2006-05-13, Story ID: 14018

  25. CYRUS: There was major news in Adair County 49 years ago
    Posted: 2006-05-13, Story ID: 14017

  26. Emily Griffitt Anderson Murder Case: Update May 12, 2006
    Posted: 2006-05-12, Story ID: 14013

  27. Barnett's Creek Barbecue, Auction. Starts at 5 p.m. Sat., May 20, 2006
    Posted: 2006-05-11, Story ID: 14007

  28. ACHS, Columbia, KY Class of 1986 Reunion Saturday, July 15, 2006
    Posted: 2006-05-11, Story ID: 13999

  29. Adair County Fiscal Court regular May 9, 2006 meeting report
    Posted: 2006-05-10, Story ID: 13994

  30. Columbia, Adair CO, KY News HAPPENINGS CENTRAL: Wednesday, May 10, 2006
    Posted: 2006-05-10, Story ID: 13991

  31. Sheriff Cheatham recovers a lawn mower stolen on New Concord
    Posted: 2006-05-09, Story ID: 13989

  32. Adair County High honored at sixth annual PRIDE Envi Awards
    Posted: 2006-05-09, Story ID: 13985

  33. Pee Wee takes the Big Prize: PRIDE's prestigious Rogers-Bickford Award
    Posted: 2006-05-08, Story ID: 13981

  34. Adair County in the wider world: Adair soldier featured in CJ story
    Posted: 2006-05-08, Story ID: 13980

  35. PRIDE awards to be announced in Somerset shortly
    Posted: 2006-05-08, Story ID: 13977

  36. North 55 accident at 4:15 a.m. results in two being airlifted
    Posted: 2006-05-06, Story ID: 13961

  37. Adair CO Fiscal Court AGENDA, regular May 2006 monthly meeting
    Posted: 2006-05-04, Story ID: 13950

  38. Classified Ads
    Posted: 2006-05-04, Story ID: 13949

  39. Columbia City Council Report for Regular May 1, 2006 meeting
    Posted: 2006-05-02, Story ID: 13935

  40. Columbia Police Department Activity Report April 2006
    Posted: 2006-05-01, Story ID: 13930

  41. Pickup, 4-wheeler stolen from Long John Silver's parking lot
    Posted: 2006-05-01, Story ID: 13929

  42. EVENTS: August 2007
    Posted: 2006-05-01, Story ID: 13928

  43. Columbia City Council AGENDA regular meeting May, 2006
    Posted: 2006-05-01, Story ID: 13926

  44. Public Notice: Hearing to Discontinue Clynus McClister Road
    Posted: 2006-04-30, Story ID: 13919

  45. LETTER: Schoolhouse painting has special meaning to Adair Countian in Utah
    Posted: 2006-04-30, Story ID: 13917

  46. CYRUS: Today is 134th anniversary of Bank of Columbia robbery
    Posted: 2006-04-29, Story ID: 13912

  47. LETTER: Miss USA Tara Elizabeth Conner to be on WAIN with Lisa
    Posted: 2006-04-29, Story ID: 13911

  48. Search for two time escapee Christian Wheeler now in sixth day
    Posted: 2006-04-27, Story ID: 13900

  49. Jordan Woody presents academic paper at King College
    Posted: 2006-04-27, Story ID: 13899

  50. Lower benefits, higher health payments in store for Adair CO employees
    Posted: 2006-04-27, Story ID: 13896

  51. CYRUS: Willis Acree's brother first Adair Countian killed in WWII
    Posted: 2006-04-27, Story ID: 13893

  52. Justice Center PDB gets appraisal: 3 parcels total $525,000
    Posted: 2006-04-26, Story ID: 13892

  53. Adair CO Fiscal Court Agenda Special Called Meeting April 27, 2006
    Posted: 2006-04-26, Story ID: 13888

  54. Susan Breeding new inductees into national communication honor class
    Posted: 2006-04-26, Story ID: 13887

  55. Adair Co. Justice Center Project Development Board meets Tuesday, April 25, 2006
    Posted: 2006-04-25, Story ID: 13875

  56. Low score of 60 wins 15th Adair FD-Pinewood Crusade Invitational
    Posted: 2006-04-25, Story ID: 13874

  57. Donald Hare sends 5 dramatic photos of KY 61, Interchange construction
    Posted: 2006-04-24, Story ID: 13869

  58. He's gone again. Christian Wheeler takes keys, deputy jailer's Jeep.
    Posted: 2006-04-24, Story ID: 13865

  59. Big Breeding Event TODAY! : Fish Fry, Stump Speaking, Auction
    Posted: 2006-04-22, Story ID: 13846

  60. Adair High School student taken into custody in weapons case
    Posted: 2006-04-21, Story ID: 13836

  61. Spotting of white squirrel exciting Conover Lane folks
    Posted: 2006-04-21, Story ID: 13834

  62. Adair Co. Justice Center Project Development Board meets Tuesday, April 25, 2006
    Posted: 2006-04-21, Story ID: 13833

  63. Taylor County Man arrested for Adair horse trailer theft
    Posted: 2006-04-20, Story ID: 13826

  64. Jury convicts Constable ''Kennybuck'' Downey on three counts
    Posted: 2006-04-20, Story ID: 13824

  65. Results: April 18 to 19, 2006 poll on local government spending
    Posted: 2006-04-19, Story ID: 13814

  66. DAVID HERBST: 10 Tips for profitable cash hay operations
    Posted: 2006-04-19, Story ID: 13810

  67. Adair CO Fiscal Court Agenda Special Called Meeting April 27, 2006
    Posted: 2006-04-19, Story ID: 13809

  68. Survey April 17, 18, 2006: Light vote, but by 5 to 1, Rumsfeld should go
    Posted: 2006-04-18, Story ID: 13800

  69. County employees may see up to $111/month jump in insurance costs
    Posted: 2006-04-17, Story ID: 13797

  70. Pregnant woman airlifted after being struck by automobile on rampage
    Posted: 2006-04-17, Story ID: 13796

  71. LETTER: Who was namesake of Streeval Field
    Posted: 2006-04-17, Story ID: 13795

  72. Adair Sheriff's Office investigating theft and vandalism at Zion
    Posted: 2006-04-17, Story ID: 13793

  73. Columbia Police make arrest following Sunday traffic stop
    Posted: 2006-04-17, Story ID: 13792

  74. One car accident results in arrest of Greensburg man
    Posted: 2006-04-17, Story ID: 13791

  75. Second Annual Spring Pride Clean-up in Columbia, KY is Underway
    Posted: 2006-04-17, Story ID: 13789

  76. Adair Fiscal Court to open health insurance bids at 9:00 a.m.
    Posted: 2006-04-17, Story ID: 13786

  77. LETTER: Warren Shipp, who piloted Superfortress in WWII, offered rides here
    Posted: 2006-04-15, Story ID: 13780

  78. MEMORIES of STREEVAL FIELD: The day Momma didn't throw Kenny from the plane
    Posted: 2006-04-15, Story ID: 13777

  79. McGaha's State Budget news like Christmas in April for local leaders
    Posted: 2006-04-14, Story ID: 13772

  80. CYRUS: Classified Ads from 60 years ago make interesting reading
    Posted: 2006-04-14, Story ID: 13767

  81. Adair Health Advisory: Mumps headed this way from Iowa outbreak
    Posted: 2006-04-13, Story ID: 13761

  82. Adair Fiscal Court to open health insurance bids at 9 a.m., April 17, 2006
    Posted: 2006-04-12, Story ID: 13757

  83. Big Sign Story, girl in Snoopy Red Baron goggles story prompts memories
    Posted: 2006-04-12, Story ID: 13756

  84. Adair CO Fiscal Court regular meeting report: April 11, 2006
    Posted: 2006-04-12, Story ID: 13749

  85. Sparksville inventor perfects his mule-tractor bio-diesel hybrid
    Posted: 2006-04-11, Story ID: 13746

  86. Adair CO Fiscal Court AGENDA, regular April 2006 monthly meeting
    Posted: 2006-04-11, Story ID: 13741

  87. Adair County Emergency Management to sponsor second Emergency Response class
    Posted: 2006-04-10, Story ID: 13732

  88. Unforgettable Steve Aaron and his Mammoth Jacks on Kentucky Life
    Posted: 2006-04-08, Story ID: 13724

  89. Adair SO, KSP arrest Columbia man on drug charge
    Posted: 2006-04-06, Story ID: 13713

  90. In retailing, Columbian was decades ahead of Sam Walton
    Posted: 2006-04-06, Story ID: 13708

  91. LETTER: Writer urges support for Kick Butts Day, Wednesday, April 5
    Posted: 2006-04-05, Story ID: 13693

  92. Driver taken to hospital following accident on KY 61 South
    Posted: 2006-04-04, Story ID: 13687

  93. Happy Anniversaries: APRIL 2006: Next anniversary listed April 3, 2006
    Posted: 2006-04-01, Story ID: 13666

  94. Bruce Montgomery recalls tale of how Almighty felt making our town
    Posted: 2006-04-01, Story ID: 13660

  95. Trilby Vance injured in Thursday accident in Campbellsville, KY
    Posted: 2006-03-31, Story ID: 13658

  96. Free address markers ready to be picked up at Adair S.O.
    Posted: 2006-03-28, Story ID: 13634

    Posted: 2006-03-28, Story ID: 13628

  98. Cyrus sends notes on Clayton Miller Prays a Mighty Prayer
    Posted: 2006-03-26, Story ID: 13612

  99. Tom Fisher says internet, emergency response, needed at community centers
    Posted: 2006-03-25, Story ID: 13609

  100. CYRUS: Deja vu all over again? and again, etc? Is this fifth boom?
    Posted: 2006-03-25, Story ID: 13606

  101. New survey: Should surplus county schools be converted into community centers?
    Posted: 2006-03-23, Story ID: 13591

  102. Election Countdown + Will Rogers quote + More
    Posted: 2006-03-23, Story ID: 13586

  103. ADM Alliance Nutrition, Baa Land, host seminar, dinner at Sparksville
    Posted: 2006-03-22, Story ID: 13584

  104. PUBLIC NOTICE: Chestnut Grove Road will be closed March 27, 2006
    Posted: 2006-03-22, Story ID: 13580

  105. Blake Aaron accepted into People to People Academic Program
    Posted: 2006-03-21, Story ID: 13566

  106. Baa Land to hold dinner for cattlemen; with ADM speaker, Sam Bates
    Posted: 2006-03-20, Story ID: 13557

  107. DEADLINE HERE: State Highway Department will start removing signs
    Posted: 2006-03-20, Story ID: 13554

  108. Cyrus / Dirigo news, 1941
    Posted: 2006-03-19, Story ID: 13545

  109. DIRIGO, KY: An Adair County village has mysterious, almost mythical aura
    Posted: 2006-03-19, Story ID: 13543

  110. $2,000 Reward now offered in case of stolen trailer
    Posted: 2006-03-16, Story ID: 13519

  111. A trip home includes visit to Adair County cousins
    Posted: 2006-03-16, Story ID: 13518

  112. LETTER: Ed Pipalski sees waste in KY 80 Bridge plan
    Posted: 2006-03-16, Story ID: 13513

  113. Greg Thomas announces HazMat Awareness Level Training
    Posted: 2006-03-16, Story ID: 13510

  114. Sheriff's Office announces reward in gooseneck trailer theft
    Posted: 2006-03-16, Story ID: 13509

  115. Adair CO Fiscal Court regular meeting report: March 14, 2006
    Posted: 2006-03-15, Story ID: 13498

  116. LETTER: Helen York sends more details of history of Bliss, Adair CO,KY
    Posted: 2006-03-14, Story ID: 13492

  117. REMINDER: Adair Fiscal Court regular monthly meeting March 14 2006
    Posted: 2006-03-14, Story ID: 13491

  118. Cyrus / Columbia VFD saved the day- 1948 Brown Drug, Sandusky Fires
    Posted: 2006-03-14, Story ID: 13489

  119. REMINDER: PDB special meeting Mar. 14, 2006, CANCELLED
    Posted: 2006-03-13, Story ID: 13485

  120. CYRUS: Historic CHS Junior Class trip report in the May 21, 1947, paper
    Posted: 2006-03-12, Story ID: 13478

  121. CYRUS: In 1947, it took a scorecard to know who owned White Cash Market
    Posted: 2006-03-11, Story ID: 13468

  122. Election Countdown, Primary May 16, 2006: Just 66 days away
    Posted: 2006-03-11, Story ID: 13467

  123. Special called meeting Justice Center PDB, March 14, 2006, cancelled
    Posted: 2006-03-10, Story ID: 13462

  124. TIME TRAVEL: Sanoan would like to see her mother's great triumph
    Posted: 2006-03-10, Story ID: 13459

  125. LETTER: Ed Pipalski wants to express concerns over East 80 bridge
    Posted: 2006-03-10, Story ID: 13458

  126. Awesome Progress made on identifying Hopkins School 1948-49 students
    Posted: 2006-03-10, Story ID: 13456

  127. Cyrus / Time travel poll wrap-up: There were many surprises
    Posted: 2006-03-10, Story ID: 13455

  128. Adair CO Fiscal Court AGENDA, regular March 2006 monthly meeting
    Posted: 2006-03-10, Story ID: 13454

  129. The Big Oak Tree: Adair County landmark is forever linked with Sam Loren Burton
    Posted: 2006-03-09, Story ID: 13445

  130. Adair County students take eight prizes in regional art show
    Posted: 2006-03-09, Story ID: 13442

  131. MARCH 2006 Birthdays: TODAY for Thursday, March 9, 2006
    Posted: 2006-03-09, Story ID: 13441

  132. Adair County Sheriff's Office receives $500 grant for address markers
    Posted: 2006-03-08, Story ID: 13434

  133. Shaunna Turner, LWC student from Columbia, KY honored for scholarship
    Posted: 2006-03-07, Story ID: 13427

  134. Election Countdown, Primary May 16, 2006: Just 70 days away
    Posted: 2006-03-07, Story ID: 13423

  135. Red Cross Emergency Response class signup is underway
    Posted: 2006-03-06, Story ID: 13416

  136. Six Adair Countians get training on Suicide Bombing Prevention
    Posted: 2006-03-06, Story ID: 13414

  137. Mystery Courthouse Picture Over-the-rooftops posted March 4, 2006
    Posted: 2006-03-05, Story ID: 13408

  138. CYRUS: Gradyville, Adair CO, KY Post Office activity, 1972
    Posted: 2006-03-04, Story ID: 13403

  139. Ben Breeding adds to information on John W. Green, of the Orphan Brigade
    Posted: 2006-03-03, Story ID: 13395

  140. Election Countdown to Primary May 16, 2006: Just 75 days away
    Posted: 2006-03-02, Story ID: 13378

  141. Adair Roads Department to get 2 newer dump trucks, chipper, and backhoe
    Posted: 2006-02-28, Story ID: 13364

  142. Election 2006: May 16, 06 Primary (Update 2/26/06) now 79 days away
    Posted: 2006-02-25, Story ID: 13335

  143. Dr. Nathan Gaither's office once where Mitzi's is, Randy Flowers says
    Posted: 2006-02-03, Story ID: 13164

  144. Cyrus/Neatsville, and Uncle John Damron's request
    Posted: 2006-01-22, Story ID: 13081

  145. Comments on the Eastern Time issue: It hinges on Indiana
    Posted: 2005-12-17, Story ID: 12866

  146. Sheriff makes animal cruelty arrest in Harrods Fork area
    Posted: 2005-12-07, Story ID: 12799

  147. Sheriff investigates motorcycle/vehicle accident on North 55, Columbia, KY
    Posted: 2005-10-20, Story ID: 12522

  148. Justice Center Project Development Board selects short lists
    Posted: 2005-10-02, Story ID: 12427

  149. Adair County High School Class of 1955 plans reunion at Magic Acres
    Posted: 2005-09-22, Story ID: 12379

  150. Two major Adair County farm events coming soon
    Posted: 2005-09-21, Story ID: 12370

  151. Adair Co., KY, Outlook: Short fall leaf season, mild winter
    Posted: 2005-09-19, Story ID: 12365

  152. Sharon and Floyd Burton will celebrate 28th anniversary, Friday
    Posted: 2005-09-18, Story ID: 12360

  153. REMEMBERING LEONARD BELL: A personal tribute by Yulanda Bradshaw
    Posted: 2005-09-12, Story ID: 12334

  154. Some Reflections of My Mother's Heritage from Concord, near Garlin, Adair County
    Posted: 2005-09-11, Story ID: 12328

  155. Tourism is Economic Development
    Posted: 2005-08-30, Story ID: 12279

  156. Cora Renfro wins for watercolor art at Kentucky State Fair
    Posted: 2005-08-29, Story ID: 12275

  157. COMMENT: Ann Heskamp Curtis sends thanks to Martha Barnes Martin
    Posted: 2005-08-19, Story ID: 12244

  158. COMMENT: Ben Breeding of Breeding sends comment from Seabrook, Texas
    Posted: 2005-08-19, Story ID: 12243

  159. Adair Co. Fiscal Court Special Called Meeting, August 18, 2005:
    Posted: 2005-08-18, Story ID: 12240

  160. AGENDA: Adair Co. Fiscal Court Special Called meeting August 18, 2005
    Posted: 2005-08-17, Story ID: 12237

  161. Adair Co. Extension Agent News August 16, 2005: Harvest safety tips
    Posted: 2005-08-16, Story ID: 12228

  162. Slogan contest judging complete; public vote next
    Posted: 2005-08-15, Story ID: 12226

  163. Adair Countian Jim Richards being inducted into WKU Athletic Hall of Fame
    Posted: 2005-08-15, Story ID: 12225

  164. Letter: Tami Wilson writes supporting farmers markets, going organic
    Posted: 2005-08-13, Story ID: 12220

  165. Big Selection at Farmers' Market this morning.
    Posted: 2005-08-12, Story ID: 12215

  166. Bragging rights: Merger could make Columbia 20th largest city in Kentucky
    Posted: 2005-08-11, Story ID: 12214

  167. Adair Co. Agent Report 8/9/2005: Stockpiling grasses for fall and winter pasture
    Posted: 2005-08-11, Story ID: 12213

  168. Slogan contest finalists to be announced August 19 at Roadside Park
    Posted: 2005-08-10, Story ID: 12207

  169. Adair County Fiscal Court August 9, 2005 monthly meeting
    Posted: 2005-08-09, Story ID: 12204

  170. Rollen Coomer: Popular Columbian retires after 50 years as barber
    Posted: 2005-08-04, Story ID: 12189

  171. NEWS? Alltel Phones out AGAIN in Bliss, Gradyville area
    Posted: 2005-08-02, Story ID: 12183

  172. COMMUNITY NEWS: Mark and Melissa Parrish buying Flatwoods Grocery and Grill
    Posted: 2005-08-02, Story ID: 12182

  173. Extension service will cook up samples of local produce Friday, July 29, 2005
    Posted: 2005-07-26, Story ID: 12160

  174. LETTER: Librarian asks help with new carpet for Children's Area
    Posted: 2005-07-15, Story ID: 12135

  175. After 51 years in Adair, Bookmobile is making more stops than ever
    Posted: 2005-07-15, Story ID: 12134

  176. AGENDA: Adair County Fiscal Court regular meeting July 12, 2005
    Posted: 2005-07-08, Story ID: 12113

  177. Stargels revive his grandfather's tradition; add 9-hive apiary at Millerfield
    Posted: 2005-06-29, Story ID: 12085

  178. Margie Rooks dean of Adair Farmers Market vendors
    Posted: 2005-06-28, Story ID: 12083

  179. Ronald McDonald big hit at JHG Memorial Library Tuesday morning
    Posted: 2005-06-28, Story ID: 12082

  180. Quick Link to 2005 Folklore of the Old West Festival story, photos
    Posted: 2005-06-22, Story ID: 12066

  181. Adair County Fiscal Court Regular Meeting, Tuesday, June 14, 2006
    Posted: 2005-06-15, Story ID: 12046

  182. Adair County Fiscal Court Meeting
    Posted: 2005-06-12, Story ID: 12036

  183. CofC awards: Corbin, Burton, Bowman, Allen, Peck and Lawson
    Posted: 2005-04-15, Story ID: 11879

  184. Adair Fiscal Court special called meeting April 21, 2005
    Posted: 2005-04-13, Story ID: 11870

  185. Adair County, KY, Fiscal Court meeting April 12, 2005
    Posted: 2005-04-13, Story ID: 11868

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