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  1. JIM - Mrs. Berg Visits Columbia: The Rest of the Story
    Posted: 2017-02-26, Story ID: 88937

  2. Jim/Lindsey Wilson History: The Cottage on Arbor Vitae Hill
    Posted: 2017-02-18, Story ID: 88785

  3. JIM resurrects blistery hot editorial from 1904
    Posted: 2017-02-02, Story ID: 88464

  4. JIM: The big snow of January 1917
    Posted: 2017-01-22, Story ID: 88250

  5. Mr. McLean & Rev. Kasey ring in 1907 with sunshine & shadows
    Posted: 2017-01-08, Story ID: 87971

  6. Captain Dan Schroer: a story with a tragic ending
    Posted: 2017-01-04, Story ID: 87886

  7. JIM: 5 Jan 1913. A deluge delays mail to Columbia for five days
    Posted: 2017-01-01, Story ID: 87833

  8. JIM: News, views, reviews, & sage counsel, late December 1916
    Posted: 2016-12-24, Story ID: 87722

  9. JIM: 100 years ago, reported in the AC News 20 Dec 1916
    Posted: 2016-12-15, Story ID: 87541

  10. 100 Years Ago - Judge Baker writes of Col. Daniel Trabue
    Posted: 2016-12-09, Story ID: 87437

  11. 100 years ago - Thanksgiving in and around Columbia
    Posted: 2016-11-24, Story ID: 87158

  12. JIM: To hell and back
    Posted: 2016-11-20, Story ID: 87076

  13. JIM: Culture & a library come to Columbia - 100 years ago
    Posted: 2016-11-20, Story ID: 87066

  14. November 1916: Elections, inducements, and elixirs
    Posted: 2016-11-13, Story ID: 86926

  15. Celebrating Hallowe'en at the Hancock Hotel, 1902
    Posted: 2016-10-30, Story ID: 86599

  16. JIM: Dr. Gaither and the goose question
    Posted: 2016-10-21, Story ID: 86394

  17. Adair County's mysterious death, 1916
    Posted: 2016-09-18, Story ID: 85724

  18. Faded Glory: The Butler residence, Greensburg Street
    Posted: 2016-09-06, Story ID: 85464

  19. JIM: Digest of Adair County News of September 6, 1916
    Posted: 2016-09-05, Story ID: 85449

  20. JIM: History found in old newspaper used to wrap 22 revolver
    Posted: 2016-07-17, Story ID: 84469

  21. JIM: Entertaining tales of Which County?
    Posted: 2016-07-14, Story ID: 84420

  22. JIM:...but it spent the night at a Holiday Inn Express!
    Posted: 2016-07-10, Story ID: 84320

  23. Garnett residence newsworthy 100 years ago
    Posted: 2016-07-07, Story ID: 84263

  24. JIM: 100 years ago this week
    Posted: 2016-07-03, Story ID: 84187

  25. JIM - The 71st wedding anniversary of my parents
    Posted: 2016-06-30, Story ID: 84127

  26. D-Day plus 72 years: A realization of the tragedies
    Posted: 2016-06-06, Story ID: 83658

  27. JIM - Lindsey Wilson in 1903, one of greatest blessings ever
    Posted: 2016-05-15, Story ID: 83169

  28. JIM: Railroad talks were dragging on 100 years ago in Adair
    Posted: 2016-05-01, Story ID: 82896

  29. 1916: Rev. Grimsley writes of singings, Sunday schools, and buggy-sitters
    Posted: 2016-04-05, Story ID: 82323

  30. JIM: Memories of commutes on the Cumberland Parkway
    Posted: 2016-02-13, Story ID: 81024

  31. JIM: Weather Signs, 100 years ago, Feb 1916
    Posted: 2016-01-31, Story ID: 80644

  32. 100 Years Ago: smallpox, smackdowns, scores, and other news
    Posted: 2016-01-24, Story ID: 80453

  33. Kentucky's Celestial Caller, January 12, 1916
    Posted: 2016-01-17, Story ID: 80200

  34. One hundred years ago: first news of the new year, 1916
    Posted: 2016-01-01, Story ID: 79870

  35. 100 Years Ago: Reminiscing about the 1870's
    Posted: 2015-12-31, Story ID: 79849

  36. JIM: Odd bits of news, December 1905
    Posted: 2015-12-14, Story ID: 79576

  37. 100 years ago: Fairgrounds sold for $2,000
    Posted: 2015-11-01, Story ID: 78637

  38. 100 Years Ago: Adair County is alive . . .
    Posted: 2015-10-11, Story ID: 78207

  39. Columbia: A Happening Place in early September, 1915
    Posted: 2015-09-08, Story ID: 77561

  40. The Eubank-Stewart handmade hatchet: where is it now?
    Posted: 2015-07-13, Story ID: 76405

  41. Melvin White and Rollin Hurt's caving adventure, 1870s, part 2
    Posted: 2015-07-12, Story ID: 76396

  42. Melvin White and Rollin Hurt's caving adventure, 1870s (part 1)
    Posted: 2015-07-05, Story ID: 76250

  43. History: Don't judge a book by its cover
    Posted: 2015-06-28, Story ID: 76121

  44. Brief vignettes of Rev. I.M. (Pilgrim) Grimsley
    Posted: 2015-06-15, Story ID: 75875

  45. Jim: Big doin's in Columbia, mid-May, 1915
    Posted: 2015-05-17, Story ID: 75321

  46. Letter: Historical perspective on quail program
    Posted: 2015-04-16, Story ID: 74602

  47. The Saga of the Plum Point Bridge 1900-1914
    Posted: 2015-02-01, Story ID: 72881

  48. Jim: Roads and weather were in the News 27 Jan 1915
    Posted: 2015-01-25, Story ID: 72730

  49. Historical Word of the Day: Berties
    Posted: 2015-01-18, Story ID: 72577

  50. JIM: Rev. Hadley recollects, 100 years ago, nigh this day of year
    Posted: 2015-01-11, Story ID: 72422

  51. JIM transcribes postcard from Helm Ovalene Humble received
    Posted: 2015-01-08, Story ID: 72364

  52. JIM: The new Green River bridge at Tebbs Bend, 1907
    Posted: 2015-01-04, Story ID: 72266

  53. 100 years ago: a report on Russell Creek Academy, Dec. 1914
    Posted: 2014-12-28, Story ID: 72152

  54. JIM: The massive 1914 CG&HS Gymnasium - we can seat 200
    Posted: 2014-11-30, Story ID: 71565

  55. JIM: Thanksgiving in Adair County, 1914
    Posted: 2014-11-27, Story ID: 71517

  56. JIM: Admonitions & Advices from 110 years ago, Adair Co., KY
    Posted: 2014-11-23, Story ID: 71419

  57. JIM: News from the News, early November, 1914
    Posted: 2014-11-02, Story ID: 70865

  58. Jim: News from the NEWS, 100 Years Ago in October
    Posted: 2014-10-26, Story ID: 70688

  59. JIM: Big news from 1914, the passing of Mr. Simcoe Dockery
    Posted: 2014-10-19, Story ID: 70519

  60. JIM: Odd bits of news; September 1914 draws to a close
    Posted: 2014-09-28, Story ID: 70045

  61. JIM: Claim to be made for cash found in front of Harris law firm?
    Posted: 2014-09-27, Story ID: 70018

  62. JIM: 100 years ago, Adair Co. at the autumnal equinox, 1914
    Posted: 2014-09-21, Story ID: 69881

  63. JIM: Around Adair Co. (and a little beyond): early Sept., 1914
    Posted: 2014-09-09, Story ID: 69628

  64. Jim: News from the News, early September, 1914
    Posted: 2014-09-07, Story ID: 69593

  65. JIM: News from the News, early September, 1904
    Posted: 2014-09-01, Story ID: 69470

  66. JIM: Eyes Fitted While You Wait: 100 yr old news from the ACN
    Posted: 2014-08-24, Story ID: 69327

  67. JIM: Ripped from the headlines, 1944
    Posted: 2014-08-04, Story ID: 68890

  68. JIM: Why's natural gas sales great, gasoline sales Socialism?
    Posted: 2014-08-03, Story ID: 68878

  69. JIM: Marriage, news items, death of Sophia Ellen Simmons
    Posted: 2014-07-13, Story ID: 68496

  70. JIM: Freedom is neither cheap nor free
    Posted: 2014-07-04, Story ID: 68345

  71. JIM: Burkesville Street mystery item an early arc lamp
    Posted: 2014-06-12, Story ID: 67882

  72. JIM: Bedsteads & binder twine: Columbia's Right Angle store
    Posted: 2014-06-08, Story ID: 67787

  73. JIM: Russell County's Forgotten Warriors of World War Two
    Posted: 2014-05-26, Story ID: 67541

  74. JIM: 95 years ago the interesting news was in the tidbits
    Posted: 2014-05-08, Story ID: 67175

  75. JIM: A Disturbance in the Elements
    Posted: 2014-04-11, Story ID: 66591

  76. JIM: Russell Co. History -The Bloodless Battle of Russell Springs
    Posted: 2014-03-29, Story ID: 66333

  77. JIM: Sidewalks were responsibility of property owners in 1909
    Posted: 2014-03-18, Story ID: 66079

  78. JIM: A political prognostication, 1916
    Posted: 2014-02-27, Story ID: 65616

  79. JIM: Guess is that Ms. Lunn was Sara Rey (Sallie) Marcum
    Posted: 2014-02-24, Story ID: 65532

  80. JIM: Ms. Lunn critiques the courtroom (and the inhabitants therein), 1906
    Posted: 2014-02-23, Story ID: 65506

  81. JIM: Whittled with his own snickersnee
    Posted: 2014-01-26, Story ID: 64847

  82. JIM: Columbia's Good Condition, January, 1909
    Posted: 2014-01-16, Story ID: 64633

  83. JIM: Melvin White/The spirit of ministrelsy rises within me
    Posted: 2014-01-12, Story ID: 64563

  84. JIM: Russell County in 1900, as seen in Adair County News
    Posted: 2014-01-06, Story ID: 64411

  85. JIM: Report in 1908 of Mr. Sam Lewis and his airship
    Posted: 2013-11-29, Story ID: 63641

  86. JIM: Alvin York - His duty to defend
    Posted: 2013-11-25, Story ID: 63558

  87. JIM: A heartrending cautionary tale
    Posted: 2013-11-16, Story ID: 63341

  88. JIM: Cousin Fred Rainwater would be proud of Vermont tree
    Posted: 2013-11-07, Story ID: 63146

  89. JIM: Word sketches of Hindman homestead near Milltown, Ky.
    Posted: 2013-11-03, Story ID: 63083

  90. JIM: Source of great annoyance
    Posted: 2013-10-09, Story ID: 62566

  91. JIM: The little barber shop, the Bank, and the drug store
    Posted: 2013-09-21, Story ID: 62091

  92. JIM: Will Jones and the alligator, 1911
    Posted: 2013-09-11, Story ID: 61858

  93. JIM: Sidda, dancing, evokes memories of Ruth Page
    Posted: 2013-09-08, Story ID: 61774

  94. JIM: Melvin White Buys a Fiddle and Shames the Hypocrites
    Posted: 2013-09-04, Story ID: 61708

  95. JIM: A perspective on Labor, Labor Day from over 100 years ago
    Posted: 2013-08-27, Story ID: 61554

  96. JIM: School Butter and Bees Around a Hive: The Lindsey Wilson Opens, 1913
    Posted: 2013-08-22, Story ID: 61458

  97. JIM: Tidbits from Adair County history, July 13, 1904
    Posted: 2013-08-10, Story ID: 61197

  98. JIM: Lord Mr. Ford, What Have You Done?
    Posted: 2013-08-01, Story ID: 61032

  99. JIM: Sam Randall Duvall: a man of words, a man of war
    Posted: 2013-07-02, Story ID: 60475

  100. JIM: An Ornament to the Town
    Posted: 2013-06-30, Story ID: 60432

  101. JIM: The story of the Tebb's Bend Monument
    Posted: 2013-05-30, Story ID: 59867

  102. JIM: Remembering Ovalene Foley Rexroat
    Posted: 2013-05-29, Story ID: 59825

  103. Jim: Commencement in Columbia, 1913 II, Columbia Graded
    Posted: 2013-05-26, Story ID: 59778

  104. JIM: Western's commencement redux
    Posted: 2013-05-21, Story ID: 59693

  105. JIM: 100 years ago - Commencement in Columbia, 1913
    Posted: 2013-05-19, Story ID: 59668

  106. JIM: This town never fails to respond
    Posted: 2013-04-14, Story ID: 58892

  107. JIM: The old Lapsley barn - I will let it stand
    Posted: 2013-03-05, Story ID: 58020

  108. JIM: Appeals to know precisely what occasioned comment
    Posted: 2013-02-22, Story ID: 57778

  109. JIM: Clearifies Jackman lineage; side-notes C.R. Hutchison story
    Posted: 2013-02-17, Story ID: 57678

  110. JIM: The lineage of a grocery store (1903-1918)
    Posted: 2013-02-12, Story ID: 57594

  111. JIM: Truthmongering is a lonely, thankless business
    Posted: 2013-01-19, Story ID: 57036

  112. JIM: 149 years ago today
    Posted: 2012-11-19, Story ID: 55929

  113. Jim: David Akeman - Stringbean - a Bar X Boy 1939
    Posted: 2012-08-19, Story ID: 53864

  114. JIM: While flames raged: Great livery stable fire, June 8, 1912
    Posted: 2012-06-09, Story ID: 52448

  115. JIM: Early days of the First National Bank of Columbia
    Posted: 2012-06-08, Story ID: 52440

  116. JIM: 100 years ago: The Rickman-Flowers wedding, June 5, 1912
    Posted: 2012-06-05, Story ID: 52356

  117. JIM: The Hughes-Cundiff wedding, June 2, 1922
    Posted: 2012-06-02, Story ID: 52291

  118. JIM: The surnames of 1902-1910 influx of North Carolina People, Adair Co., KY
    Posted: 2012-05-31, Story ID: 52254

  119. JIM: Great inspirations from Ray Montgomery poem
    Posted: 2012-05-30, Story ID: 52237

  120. JIM: The Nazarene Church buildings, 1947-1948
    Posted: 2012-05-28, Story ID: 52178

  121. JIM: Appreciates work of historian Chris Bennett
    Posted: 2012-05-26, Story ID: 52144

  122. JIM: Adair County writers II: Judge H.C. Baker
    Posted: 2012-05-26, Story ID: 52127

  123. JIM: Mr. Walker calls the election, 1912
    Posted: 2012-05-22, Story ID: 52055

  124. JIM: News nuggets from 110 year ago (May 21, 1902)
    Posted: 2012-05-21, Story ID: 52034

  125. JIM: The Beulah Chapel church building, 1942
    Posted: 2012-05-13, Story ID: 51887

  126. JIM: A big coincidence - Weldon-Grenfell posters same day, different sources
    Posted: 2012-05-13, Story ID: 51885

  127. JIM: The Lindsey Wilson Closing Exercises, 1912
    Posted: 2012-05-12, Story ID: 51865

  128. JIM: Col. Wolford's busy day
    Posted: 2012-04-22, Story ID: 51455

  129. JIM: An all day wedding at the Rexroats, Font Hill, Russell Co., KY
    Posted: 2012-04-21, Story ID: 51438

  130. JIM: A little something to spice up Monday morning.
    Posted: 2012-04-16, Story ID: 51294

  131. JIM: 100 years ago, April 17, 1912 with Spicy Bits
    Posted: 2012-04-15, Story ID: 51277

  132. JIM: The Tandy Hotel, yet another name
    Posted: 2012-04-13, Story ID: 51244

  133. JIM: Mary E. & Samuel H. Pelly anniversary
    Posted: 2012-04-11, Story ID: 51198

  134. JIM: The Meadow Hill Inn opens, 1947
    Posted: 2012-04-05, Story ID: 51090

  135. JIM: Tware SOAP Mrs. Coffey was making 60 gallons of
    Posted: 2012-04-03, Story ID: 51034

  136. JIM: 95 years ago. Adair was abuzz with talk of War
    Posted: 2012-04-01, Story ID: 50990

  137. JIM: The mysterious fem fatales of the Parlor Circle
    Posted: 2012-03-29, Story ID: 50924

  138. JIM: A blue jeans frock coat: where is it now?
    Posted: 2012-03-22, Story ID: 50802

  139. JIM: A Funeral in the Hills of Kentucky (1921) - An Ohion's Unkind Perspective
    Posted: 2012-03-18, Story ID: 50719

  140. JIM: The folk artistry of Mr. B.F. Chewning
    Posted: 2012-03-18, Story ID: 50712

  141. JIM: A nugget from the past
    Posted: 2012-03-10, Story ID: 50537

  142. JIM: Basketball tournaments bring memory of great teams past
    Posted: 2012-03-08, Story ID: 50477

  143. JIM: 100 years ago, Of Deaths & Diddles (& much more)
    Posted: 2012-03-04, Story ID: 50388

  144. JIM: On the miracle of an infant
    Posted: 2012-03-02, Story ID: 50330

  145. JIM: Adair County Celestial heebie-jeebies, 1918
    Posted: 2012-02-26, Story ID: 50249

  146. JIM: A short-short from 110 years ago
    Posted: 2012-02-26, Story ID: 50244

  147. JIM: News from various points, February 14, 1912
    Posted: 2012-02-12, Story ID: 49979

  148. JIM: Adair, Russell and Gov. Goebel and politicians of day
    Posted: 2012-02-09, Story ID: 49940

  149. JIM: 100 years ago, February 7, 1912
    Posted: 2012-02-07, Story ID: 49888

  150. JIM: 100 years ago, February 6, 1912, Parlor Circle opened
    Posted: 2012-02-06, Story ID: 49860

  151. JIM: Ben Carter, Overland to Santa Fe - Part 5 of 5
    Posted: 2012-02-05, Story ID: 49838

  152. JIM: Ben Carter, Overland to Santa Fe - Part 4 of 5
    Posted: 2012-01-29, Story ID: 49693

  153. JIM: Lips that touch liquor shall never touch mine
    Posted: 2012-01-27, Story ID: 49664

  154. JIM: The founding the United Brethren Church near Ella, 1908
    Posted: 2012-01-23, Story ID: 49583

  155. JIM: Ben Carter, Overland to Santa Fe - Part 3 of 5
    Posted: 2012-01-22, Story ID: 49562

  156. JIM: The United Brethren on Jamestown Hill
    Posted: 2012-01-21, Story ID: 49544

  157. JIM: Spreen's most amazing shot might have been from Elroy, KY
    Posted: 2012-01-17, Story ID: 49450

  158. JIM: Wholesome advice, 1906 style
    Posted: 2012-01-16, Story ID: 49430

  159. JIM: The fantastic LWC win; or Methodists 1, Baptists 0
    Posted: 2012-01-15, Story ID: 49409

  160. JIM: Overland to Santa Fe, 1851 (part 2 of 5)
    Posted: 2012-01-15, Story ID: 49404

  161. JIM: Col. Wolford artifacts found - or not!
    Posted: 2012-01-14, Story ID: 49386

  162. JIM: A True Account of the Monster in Sublett's Pond
    Posted: 2012-01-12, Story ID: 49345

  163. JIM: Mill Wheels Grindin' - 2 Mike Watsons needed to keep track
    Posted: 2012-01-11, Story ID: 49325

  164. JIM: Ben Carter (part 1 of 5)
    Posted: 2012-01-08, Story ID: 49259

  165. JIM: CM report of motor trip to Eli, KY, evokes memories of Ono
    Posted: 2012-01-04, Story ID: 49198

  166. JIM: New Year 100 years ago,: On little cat feet
    Posted: 2012-01-01, Story ID: 49154

  167. JIM: A tribute to Susan Wheat Dohoney, a daughter of old Adair
    Posted: 2011-12-27, Story ID: 49074

  168. JIM: C-c-c-c-cold weather! It was brutally cold here in 1899
    Posted: 2011-12-26, Story ID: 49060

  169. JIM: How the Neatsville Home Guards saved Jamestown, KY
    Posted: 2011-12-24, Story ID: 49035

  170. JIM: The General Gifts a Gavel
    Posted: 2011-12-17, Story ID: 48905

  171. JIM: Christmas Eve: Leatherwood Creek, Nell, Adair Co., Ky 1869
    Posted: 2011-12-14, Story ID: 48861

  172. JIM: History notes on the Montpelier Diamond
    Posted: 2011-12-11, Story ID: 48790

  173. JIM: In 1899-1900, as now, Cane Valley was quite a town
    Posted: 2011-12-09, Story ID: 48762

  174. JIM: Remembering Pearl Harbor, one year later, in Columbia, KY
    Posted: 2011-12-07, Story ID: 48730

  175. JIM: Tidbits from History
    Posted: 2011-12-07, Story ID: 48721

  176. Jim: The Opening of Columbia Supply (the Firestone Store) in 1945
    Posted: 2011-12-02, Story ID: 48622

  177. Jim: The Irvin's Store correspondent gives thanks, 1911
    Posted: 2011-11-22, Story ID: 48434

  178. JIM: Judge Orders Plastering Knocked Off Courthouse!
    Posted: 2011-11-21, Story ID: 48416

  179. JIM: An appeal from the Editor, 1904
    Posted: 2011-11-19, Story ID: 48365

  180. JIM: An Arkansan visits Adair County, KY
    Posted: 2011-11-13, Story ID: 48214

  181. JIM: The Great School Day Rally, 1914
    Posted: 2011-11-06, Story ID: 48064

  182. JIM: The News dispenses advice
    Posted: 2011-10-31, Story ID: 47917

  183. JIM: News from October 30, 1907
    Posted: 2011-10-30, Story ID: 47880

  184. JIM: The largest crowd ever in Knifley, KY as of 1921
    Posted: 2011-10-29, Story ID: 47855

  185. JIM: Did Col. Belknap draw biggest crowd ever in Columbia, KY?
    Posted: 2011-10-23, Story ID: 47750

  186. JIM: The Pride of the Town
    Posted: 2011-10-16, Story ID: 47588

  187. JIM: Invasion of the Tin Lizzies
    Posted: 2011-10-10, Story ID: 47461

  188. JIM: Columbia, KY - The best inland town in the State
    Posted: 2011-10-09, Story ID: 47447

  189. JIM: Fractious fowl of Big Elm very unlike peaceful Big Chicken
    Posted: 2011-10-08, Story ID: 47419

  190. JIM: The bungled Bank of Columbia burglary of 1921
    Posted: 2011-10-02, Story ID: 47300

  191. JIM: The Monroe County Recovery Squad
    Posted: 2011-10-01, Story ID: 47289

  192. JIM: How the Columbia faced the Wet/Dry issue 110 years ago
    Posted: 2011-09-20, Story ID: 47049

  193. JIM: A year in the life of the Bank of Columbia - 1921
    Posted: 2011-09-18, Story ID: 46988

  194. JIM: Adair County's own Moonshine Wars
    Posted: 2011-09-11, Story ID: 46823

  195. JIM: A bridge or a cupola? Burning issue in earlier days
    Posted: 2011-09-02, Story ID: 46626

  196. JIM: 110 Years ago: Columbia Fair had ended on August 23, 1901
    Posted: 2011-08-28, Story ID: 46494

  197. JIM: Chicken 1, Snake 0
    Posted: 2011-08-26, Story ID: 46449

  198. JIM: Beula Villa Hotel story from Knob Lick newsletter 1902
    Posted: 2011-08-21, Story ID: 46362

  199. JIM: A visitor to Columbia became 1-Person Board of Trade
    Posted: 2011-08-21, Story ID: 46341

  200. JIM: Pvt. John S. McQueary 1900-1918
    Posted: 2011-08-20, Story ID: 46324


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