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  200 Most recent stories in topic Blue Ribbon Bear Board
  1. Leonard England recalls bear sighting on Independence Ridge
    Posted: 2017-08-27, Story ID: 92394

  2. Bear Album of & Jun 8, 2015: Egypt Album
    Posted: 2015-06-11, Story ID: 75796

  3. Hardscratch Bear album - three photographs by Laura Hart
    Posted: 2015-06-11, Story ID: 75795

  4. Of Bears & Blueberries: Three year old knew basics
    Posted: 2015-06-09, Story ID: 75755

  5. Billy Joe Fudge deduces bear was headed for Jericho
    Posted: 2015-06-08, Story ID: 75749

  6. Letter: Urgent Call to Meeting for Blue Ribbon Bear Board
    Posted: 2015-06-08, Story ID: 75747

  7. Dave Rosenbaum comments on Bear Board
    Posted: 2015-06-08, Story ID: 75745

  8. Kathryn Krug: How did the bear get through the fence
    Posted: 2015-06-08, Story ID: 75737

  9. Black Bear spotted on KY 55, headed into John Ballou's field
    Posted: 2015-06-08, Story ID: 75734

  10. Penny Lacy: Jack & Grizzly a reminder of Bill T & the Black Bear
    Posted: 2014-04-30, Story ID: 67008

  11. Leonard England sights bear on Independent Ridge
    Posted: 2013-05-30, Story ID: 59842

  12. BBRB member K. Davis sees Grizzly in bear in Woody's Bottom
    Posted: 2012-06-12, Story ID: 52520

  13. Miz Victoria: Bear in the neighborhood with my girls
    Posted: 2012-06-12, Story ID: 52507

  14. Bear spotted by Steven Wilson and Sue and Sarah
    Posted: 2012-06-10, Story ID: 52485

  15. Bear mania gets new life with account of hair-raising hunt
    Posted: 2011-03-28, Story ID: 43344

  16. KY F & W: Black bears have been in Adair Co. for years
    Posted: 2011-03-19, Story ID: 43133

  17. Pistol packing Pat has theory for bear on property
    Posted: 2011-03-18, Story ID: 43108

  18. M.E. Lewis needs bare bones Bear Facts, ASAP-or quicker!
    Posted: 2011-03-18, Story ID: 43107

  19. The OC thankful to Vice Mayor, Vice President Randy B
    Posted: 2011-03-17, Story ID: 43099

  20. Comments on the Black Bear photo, prompted by a letter
    Posted: 2011-03-17, Story ID: 43083

  21. Black Bear Reported at confluence of Burns and Crocus Creek
    Posted: 2011-03-11, Story ID: 42945

  22. Bear hunt weekend at Pineville, KY,Dec. 17-18, 2010
    Posted: 2010-11-04, Story ID: 40371

  23. BEAR turns out to be a COW
    Posted: 2010-10-14, Story ID: 39940

  24. On KY 206: Is it a BEAR or COW???
    Posted: 2010-10-14, Story ID: 39934

  25. Close Encounter of the Bear Kind:
    A tussle with Hobart Coomer Bear

    Posted: 2010-09-06, Story ID: 39124

  26. Bears: Red River Gorge Reopened; Food Storage Order Issued
    Posted: 2010-07-02, Story ID: 37784

  27. Bears have own rules:
    Don't want pictures taken with cell phones

    Posted: 2010-06-29, Story ID: 37722

  28. Hunt on for bear which attacked Springfield man
    Posted: 2010-06-28, Story ID: 37715

  29. BRBB: Four bears spotted this past week in Adair Co., KY
    Posted: 2009-11-18, Story ID: 33241

  30. Campbellsville sector BRBB secret agent sends hot link
    Posted: 2007-06-29, Story ID: 17983

  31. Fish & Wildlife warns against feeding bears
    Posted: 2007-06-29, Story ID: 17974

  32. Feedback: Secret BRBB operative reports on Bardstown Bear
    Posted: 2007-06-25, Story ID: 17924

  33. Cyrus issues bear alert: They are nigh, about 38 miles east up the LBN
    Posted: 2006-05-01, Story ID: 13933

  34. CYRUS/Bill Mardis reports on white bear in Pulaski
    Posted: 2006-02-14, Story ID: 13245

  35. Emergency Bear Board Alert: Sand Lick - Dirigo - Amandaville - Chance Sector
    Posted: 2005-12-20, Story ID: 12885

  36. Feeding bears creates problems and may get you a ticket
    Posted: 2005-05-21, Story ID: 11981

  37. Resident kills black bear in Wayne County
    Posted: 2004-12-29, Story ID: 11525

  38. Black Bear, apparently after cat, attacks SUV in Yosemite
    Posted: 2004-12-08, Story ID: 11472

  39. Six-week weather forecast made official Sunday
    Posted: 2003-02-02, Story ID: 10521

  40. Bear Board Report Part Iii
    Posted: 1997-01-15, Story ID: 10386

  41. Letter To The Bear Board
    Posted: 1997-01-15, Story ID: 10385

  42. Bear Board Report Part Ii
    Posted: 1996-12-14, Story ID: 10376

  43. Sector Report
    Posted: 1996-12-14, Story ID: 10373

  44. New Members Appointed To Blue Ribbon Bear Board
    Posted: 1996-12-14, Story ID: 10372

  45. The Industrial Bear
    Posted: 1996-12-14, Story ID: 10369

  46. Wisdom Of Joe Moore
    Posted: 1996-12-14, Story ID: 10368

  47. Sano Had Invasion Of Yammy Bears
    Posted: 1996-12-14, Story ID: 10367

  48. Are There Bears In Adair County?
    Posted: 1996-11-15, Story ID: 10358

  49. Bear Business: If They're Here, Bears Came On Own, State Says
    Posted: 1996-11-15, Story ID: 10356

  50. Guest Columnist - Brbb News
    Posted: 2001-06-15, Story ID: 10351

  51. Sign Will Make Bennett Ridge Road Safe For Mr. Bear
    Posted: 1999-10-15, Story ID: 10308

  52. Brbb Correspondence: Vaughn, Davis, Walker, Report
    Posted: 1999-04-15, Story ID: 10299

  53. Bear Board Restaurant Review
    Posted: 1998-11-15, Story ID: 10290

  54. Wa-wa-wa Waltzing, Waltzing With Bears.
    Posted: 1998-11-15, Story ID: 10288

  55. Bear Board Report
    Posted: 1998-07-15, Story ID: 10270

  56. A Note On Brbb Etiquette
    Posted: 1998-07-15, Story ID: 10268

  57. Divine Duty Requires Report On Bear Sighting...
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10255

  58. A Tribute To Brbb Courage And Leadership
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10249

  59. Epistle: Cousin Russ Walker, Brbb Member Closest To President, Writes Of Dire T
    Posted: 1998-05-15, Story ID: 10248

  60. Blue Ribbon Bear Board Re-awakens To Its Proud Tradition With Astonishing New R
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10172

  61. Recommendation "the Edge"
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10170

  62. Keen-eyed Adair Countian Got Bear With Basketball
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10169

  63. Only Four More Qualify To Carry Coveted Blue Cards
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10168

  64. Hunter Durham Saved Foolish Family From Hungry Bear In Yellowstone
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10167

  65. . . . But Sometimes It's Better Not To
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10157

  66. Paula Miller Reports Bear Incident . . .
    Posted: 1997-09-15, Story ID: 10156

  67. Letter To The Editor
    Posted: 1997-06-15, Story ID: 10119

  68. Cal And Bert Mcgaha See Black Bear Cubs Running Toward The Tucker Woods, At Foo
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10105

  69. Bear Sightings In Knott Co
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10104

  70. Honorable New Bear Board Members
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10103

  71. Finding On Claw Marks To Be In Next Issue
    Posted: 1997-05-05, Story ID: 10102

  72. Bear Board May Follow Novel Plan, Suggested By Respected Famous Member, To Att
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10085

  73. New Bear Board Members
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10083

  74. Bear Board Report Part Iii
    Posted: 1997-03-01, Story ID: 10081


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