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  1. C.R. Moss Store and Service Station
    Posted: 2003-04-27, Story ID: 10629

  2. Those Six Little Words
    Posted: 2003-03-11, Story ID: 10566

  3. Tiny Tears - memories of Christmas past
    Posted: 2002-12-27, Story ID: 10484

  4. Full Nest Syndrome: Like Christmas
    Posted: 2002-12-15, Story ID: 10481

  5. Signs: The Truth is Out There
    Posted: 2002-12-06, Story ID: 10479

  6. Allan Mercer Parnell is Mister ''P'' Express
    Posted: 2002-11-21, Story ID: 10476

  7. Smiles from Summer Shade writer
    Posted: 2002-11-01, Story ID: 10469

  8. Biking to Burkesville via Hwy. 704
    Posted: 2002-10-29, Story ID: 10468

  9. Flying at King's Island
    Posted: 2002-10-27, Story ID: 10467

  10. Lye Soap Making: A Burton Ridge Tradition
    Posted: 2002-10-24, Story ID: 10466

  11. Grandma times two!
    Posted: 2002-10-24, Story ID: 10464

  12. Movie completed, screening held in Columbia
    Posted: 2002-10-22, Story ID: 10463

  13. Bowe's story an inspiration
    Posted: 2002-10-22, Story ID: 10462

  14. Beth Grant receives special honors with MBA from WKU
    Posted: 2002-09-20, Story ID: 10452

  15. James Gang Stopped at Aunt Lizzie's
    Posted: 2002-09-13, Story ID: 10446

  16. Biker optimist
    Posted: 2002-09-11, Story ID: 10444

  17. School To Work And Tech Prep Are Terms To Listen For At ACHS
    Posted: 1996-08-01, Story ID: 10412

  18. Great Scott! Dog Lips
    Posted: 2001-02-15, Story ID: 10411

  19. Coming Home
    Posted: 2001-02-15, Story ID: 10410

  20. Visioning Adair County
    Posted: 2001-02-15, Story ID: 10409

  21. Growing Businesses: South Central Printing And Hi-temp Graphics Both Expand Pla
    Posted: 2001-02-15, Story ID: 10408

  22. Movie Call
    Posted: 2001-02-15, Story ID: 10407

  23. Letter From An Online Reader
    Posted: 2002-02-15, Story ID: 10406

  24. The Legend Of Dode Dowell
    Posted: 2002-02-15, Story ID: 10404

  25. Who's New
    Posted: 2002-02-15, Story ID: 10402

  26. Uncle James's First Squirrel Hunt
    Posted: 2002-02-15, Story ID: 10401

  27. Essay Contest Winner Selected
    Posted: 2002-02-15, Story ID: 10400

  28. Honour Society Inducts Jeff Neagle
    Posted: 2002-02-15, Story ID: 10399

  29. Naturalist Takes Us Fly Fishing On The Cumberland River
    Posted: 2002-02-15, Story ID: 10398

  30. The Most Remote
    Posted: 2001-12-15, Story ID: 10397

  31. Will Writer Come Home Again?
    Posted: 2001-12-15, Story ID: 10396

  32. Paw Paw Memories And Recipe
    Posted: 2001-12-15, Story ID: 10395

  33. Dode Dowell Was Not A Man To Hunt Trouble, Nor Was He One To Shun It
    Posted: 2001-12-15, Story ID: 10392

  34. Congratulations Due Brenda Williams
    Posted: 2001-12-15, Story ID: 10391

  35. Win $50 In Essay Contest
    Posted: 2001-12-15, Story ID: 10390

  36. Machismo Says "thanks"
    Posted: 2001-12-15, Story ID: 10389

  37. A Test: Do You Live In A Small Town?
    Posted: 1997-01-15, Story ID: 10383

  38. A "thank You" To Supporters
    Posted: 1997-01-15, Story ID: 10381

  39. Radical Changes Unwanted, Survey Results Say
    Posted: 1997-01-15, Story ID: 10378

  40. The Bypass Around Columbia, Kentucky: Why And Where?
    Posted: 1997-01-15, Story ID: 10377

  41. Marital Bliss
    Posted: 1996-12-14, Story ID: 10375

  42. Around Adair
    Posted: 1996-12-14, Story ID: 10366

  43. Walking Tour Takes Shape-first Leg Outlined
    Posted: 1996-12-14, Story ID: 10365

  44. Rejection Of Plant Leaving Is Painful
    Posted: 1996-12-14, Story ID: 10364

  45. Milltown, Columbia On Collision Course
    Posted: 1996-11-15, Story ID: 10362

  46. Introduction To Walking Tour Of Columbia
    Posted: 1996-11-15, Story ID: 10361

  47. Volunteers Needed To Help Decorate Courthouse
    Posted: 1996-11-15, Story ID: 10359

  48. Downtown Merchants Hold Special Halloween Event
    Posted: 1996-11-15, Story ID: 10357

  49. Dining Out
    Posted: 2001-06-15, Story ID: 10352

  50. I Remember When...
    Posted: 2001-06-15, Story ID: 10350

  51. Coming Home
    Posted: 2001-06-15, Story ID: 10349

  52. Gradyville Pie Factory Growing
    Posted: 2001-06-15, Story ID: 10347

  53. Lessons Learned In A Small Town
    Posted: 2001-04-15, Story ID: 10346

  54. Columbia's "elvis" Rules At Lincoln Jamboree
    Posted: 2001-04-15, Story ID: 10345

  55. The Movie "oh, Brother" Is One To Laugh At And Sing Along With
    Posted: 2001-04-15, Story ID: 10344

  56. Mr. Murray Scott Kidnapped By Gypsies
    Posted: 2001-04-15, Story ID: 10343

  57. School Board Members May Need To Hear From You
    Posted: 2001-04-15, Story ID: 10342

  58. Womens' Health Day Offered At Adair County Health Department
    Posted: 2001-04-15, Story ID: 10341

  59. Coming Home
    Posted: 2001-04-15, Story ID: 10340

  60. New Best Western Owners Get Great Reveiws
    Posted: 2001-04-15, Story ID: 10339

  61. Cut, Print, Beautiful!
    Posted: 2001-04-15, Story ID: 10338

  62. Business Leader Leaves A Legacy Of Christian Service
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10337

  63. Young Entrepreneur Starts New Business
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10336

  64. Moyers Appointed Manager At Ctb
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10335

  65. Booth Spaces Open For Cow Days Festival
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10334

  66. When Gypsies Visited In This Area...
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10333

  67. Second Thoughts
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10332

  68. Westlake's New Test Can Detect Cancer Earlier
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10331

  69. Mission Prevention Is Theme Of Annual Wrh Health Fair
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10328

  70. At Last A Girl Grandchild
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10326

  71. Let's All Go See Oklahoma! At The Barn Lot Theater
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10325

  72. Gypsies Visit Firquin Store
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10324

  73. J. T. Coomer
    Posted: 2000-06-15, Story ID: 10323

  74. Eye Surgery Introduced Here
    Posted: 2000-03-15, Story ID: 10319

  75. Home Remedy, Swamp Elder Salve, Worked
    Posted: 2000-03-15, Story ID: 10317

  76. Great Aunt Sallie And The Gypsy Women
    Posted: 2000-03-15, Story ID: 10316

  77. Second Thoughts
    Posted: 2000-03-15, Story ID: 10315

  78. Adair Arts Council Awarded Kac Grant
    Posted: 2000-03-15, Story ID: 10313

  79. Air Ambulance
    Posted: 1999-10-15, Story ID: 10311

  80. Second Thoughts
    Posted: 1999-10-15, Story ID: 10310

  81. Congratulations
    Posted: 1999-10-15, Story ID: 10309

  82. Feeling Old? Crouch Says To Join The Crowd
    Posted: 1999-10-15, Story ID: 10307

  83. Adair County's Good Health Is Focus Of Annual Fair At Wrh
    Posted: 1999-10-15, Story ID: 10306

  84. For The Confederacy Literate, It's Time To Go To Another Level
    Posted: 1999-04-15, Story ID: 10304

  85. Waggener Sells Puzzle To Simon & Schuster
    Posted: 1999-04-15, Story ID: 10303

  86. Young James Experienced A Rather Un-lucky Strike
    Posted: 1999-04-15, Story ID: 10301

  87. Lifetime Of Work And Success Shared By Kinnairds
    Posted: 1999-04-15, Story ID: 10300

  88. Quick Apple Pie-making System Discovered
    Posted: 1998-12-15, Story ID: 10294

  89. Second Thoughts
    Posted: 1998-12-15, Story ID: 10293

  90. Back Home-christmas In Breeding, Kentucky
    Posted: 1998-12-15, Story ID: 10292

  91. Should You Be Y2k Prepared?
    Posted: 1998-11-15, Story ID: 10289

  92. Writer Wonders If Age Has Rendered Him 'not With It' Anymore
    Posted: 1998-11-15, Story ID: 10287

  93. Dr. Montell
    Posted: 1998-11-15, Story ID: 10286

  94. Col. Frank L. Wolford
    Posted: 1998-11-15, Story ID: 10282

  95. A Milestone
    Posted: 1998-11-15, Story ID: 10280

  96. Downtown Expose: Several Caught In The Act Making The Square A Better Place
    Posted: 1998-07-15, Story ID: 10279

  97. Math Section For Townies
    Posted: 1998-07-15, Story ID: 10278

  98. Around The Town
    Posted: 1998-07-15, Story ID: 10277

  99. Summers End
    Posted: 1998-07-15, Story ID: 10276

  100. Janice Holt Giles Biography Signing Party At Giles House, October 9, 1998
    Posted: 1998-07-15, Story ID: 10275

  101. Milton Baker Holds Record For Tenure In Ksp
    Posted: 1998-07-15, Story ID: 10273

  102. Dick And Buck Pulled A Lot Of Weight At Les Dudley Mill
    Posted: 1998-07-15, Story ID: 10265

  103. Second Thoughts
    Posted: 1998-07-15, Story ID: 10263

  104. Aaron Medical Center Signs Partnership Agreement With Ephraim Mcdowell
    Posted: 1998-07-15, Story ID: 10261

  105. Dr. Montell's Class To Publish Giles Oral History Transcription
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10257

  106. Giles House Foundation Meets Deadline On Payoff Of Spout Springs Property
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10256

  107. Adair County Genealogical Society Offers Limited Number Of Newest Book "bible R
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10253

  108. Liberty University's Lady Flames
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10250

  109. Pam King Named Np Of The Year
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10247

  110. "who Was Mary?" Asks New Rural Adair Writer
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10246

  111. Remembering From The 1950s: A Special Person, At A Special Place
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10243

  112. Writer Believes Money, Intelligence, Confiscation Of Dealer-property Are Keys T
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10240

  113. Questions: What Do You Think?
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10239

  114. Drug Arrests Show Fivefold Increase From 1995-1997 In Columbia, Adair Co.
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10238

  115. Columbia Medical Equipment, Now In New North 55 Headquarters, Is A Growing, Ho
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10237

  116. Adair Native Growing His Business
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10235

  117. Hadleys Buy Dealership
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10234

  118. Low Gap, Kentucky
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10233

  119. Adair County Cyclists Ride Across 5 Boroughs Of New York; Good Way Across Delaw
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10230

  120. Second Thoughts
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10229

  121. How Has Globalization Of The Economy Affected Adair County?
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10226

  122. Garlin Rocks! Politically Speaking.
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10225

  123. Memories Of The Columbian
    Posted: 1997-12-24, Story ID: 10204

  124. Evening At The Arts Draws 150 To Achs
    Posted: 1997-12-24, Story ID: 10203

  125. Bank And Business Leaders Say, "just Do Something"
    Posted: 1997-12-24, Story ID: 10202

  126. Just 5 Months Old, The Holmes Place Is Expanding
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10194

  127. Class Which Gave Adair County Two County Judges, A Judge's Wife, And A Fairplay
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10188

  128. My Mother's Garden
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10187

  129. Giles House On Ket
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10186

  130. How Do You Know--if You're A Hard Sleeper?
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10184

  131. Achs Class Of '57 Has Held Six Reunions
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10183

  132. Lydia Christina Tiller Gets Early Christmas Present- Lst Columbia! Yearbook
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10182

  133. Murals Have Made Other Communities Destination Cities
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10181

  134. Second Thoughts
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10179

  135. Future Watch
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10177

  136. Quotable Quote Caught Vs. Bought Fish
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10176

  137. Old Raymond: Adair County's smartest dog ever?
    Posted: 1997-10-31, Story ID: 10175

  138. Good Samaritan Helps At Lainey's In Emergencies
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10171

  139. Letter To The Editor
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10166

  140. Letter To The Editor
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10165

  141. Letter To The Editor
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10164

  142. Quotable Quote: The Learning Which Counts
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10163

  143. Second Thoughts
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10161

  144. Writer Says Charity Begins In Columbia, Kentucky
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10160

  145. In An Age When Tv And Air Conditioners Isolate Us In Our Dens Celebration Of Su
    Posted: 1997-07-30, Story ID: 10154

  146. Happy Birthday Wishes And Presents Showered Upon Bernice Arnold July 5, 1997
    Posted: 1997-07-30, Story ID: 10153

  147. Columbia Has New Health Care Provider, Physician Assistant Joseph L. Garland
    Posted: 1997-07-30, Story ID: 10152

  148. Nonagenarian Visitor Says Tour Reminds Her Of Kentucky Childhood
    Posted: 1997-07-30, Story ID: 10151

  149. Trudy & Daryl Vanarsdale Open dog Gone Classy
    Posted: 1997-07-30, Story ID: 10150

  150. A Bit Of Holy Land Here In Adair
    Posted: 1997-07-30, Story ID: 10148

  151. Foundation Cites Giles Brothers; Ket Film On The House To Air In Fall
    Posted: 1997-07-30, Story ID: 10145

  152. Adair County Library Has Large Video, Audio Sections - Free
    Posted: 1997-07-30, Story ID: 10144

  153. Geography Of Nowhere Explains Why It's So Hard To Walk To The Grocery Store
    Posted: 1997-07-30, Story ID: 10143

  154. The Day The Bridge Fell
    Posted: 1997-07-30, Story ID: 10142

  155. Business Notes
    Posted: 1997-07-30, Story ID: 10140

  156. Jerry Moss Rogers' Book Is One Of Best On Early Families, Gradyville, And The F
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10135

  157. Around Adair
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10134

  158. Murrell & Karen Burton's 4th Annual: Burton Ridge Reunion
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10131

  159. Ernie Curry Has New Roof Art-a 1978 Mark V Coupe
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10130

  160. Tell 'em I'm Back
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10128

  161. Np Beth Partin Receives Doctorate In Nursing
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10126

  162. Knifley High School: 1929-54
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10124

  163. Cane Valley Christian Church Approves Greg Watson Drawing
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10122

  164. Giles House Work Session
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10121

  165. Letter To The Editor
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10118

  166. Letter To The Editor
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10117

  167. Letter To The Editor
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10116

  168. Editorial: What Kind Of Community Do We Want?
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10115

  169. Giles House Will Be Open Weekends, July 12 -september 13
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10114

  170. Adair Circuit Court Clerk Registers 254 Out-of-state Drivers Since January 1,
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10113

  171. Library Genealogy Section Draws Most Inquiries At Hotel, Napstead Says
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10110

  172. Russell Should Pass Adair This Year
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10109

  173. Walking Tour Of Columbia: Part III
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10108

  174. Want To Help Solve The Columbia Bagel And Bread Crisis?
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10101

  175. My Favorite Word: W'sat?
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10099

  176. Columbia Now Has Creative Banner Maker
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10098

  177. Letter To The Editor
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10097

  178. Letter To The Editor
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10096

  179. Letter To The Editor
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10095

  180. Leon's Opens In Columbia
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10093

  181. Walking Tour Of Columbia: Part I
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10090

  182. Sulphur Well Had Its Own Version Of Thoreau
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10089

  183. Old Sulphur Well Kentucky
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10088

  184. Breeding Residents Signing Petitions To Keep Town From Being Bypassed
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10087

  185. Ted Turner Says He'll Make bear Road
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10086

  186. A Big Bear
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10084

  187. President Morris Butler Of People's Bank & Trust Appoints Large Loan Vp
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10082

  188. Bypass Town Meeting Constructive
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10080

  189. First Giles Foundation Newsletter Is Published
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10079

  190. The Wisdom Of Joe Moore: Telling Drinks Is Not So Hard
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10078

  191. The Adair Heritage Association Memberships For 1997 Now Due
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10077

  192. The Are You Unlucky Test
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10074

  193. New Yorkers Want Historic Property To Buy, Restore
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10070

  194. Researchers Flock To Adair Library Genealogy Section
    Posted: 1996-10-15, Story ID: 10064

  195. Showcase Gifts Succeeds C Of C In Downtown Site
    Posted: 1996-10-15, Story ID: 10063

  196. Diversified To N. Columbia
    Posted: 1996-10-15, Story ID: 10062

  197. New Fitness Center Is Open
    Posted: 1996-10-15, Story ID: 10061

  198. Return Of The Native
    Posted: 1996-10-15, Story ID: 10060

  199. Rags To Riches Moves Across Square And Is Transformed Into Vaughn's Gallery
    Posted: 1996-10-15, Story ID: 10059

  200. Adair Trivia
    Posted: 1996-10-15, Story ID: 10058


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