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Birds of Kentucky: Northern Harrier


2024-03-01 - Seymour, IN - Photo by Pen.
All About Birds says of them, "Northern Harriers fly low over the ground when hunting, weaving back and forth over fields and marshes as they watch and listen for small animals." I watched a pair of them hunting over a field on a recent visit to Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge - they tend to move north to nest, but are common winter visitors to both Indiana and Kentucky.


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Two Lady Indians selected to All District Teams


2024-03-01 - Columbia, KY - Photo from Sarai Collins.
Ellie Cheatham, at right, and Sarai Collins, at left, were honored Thursday night during the 20th District Championship game. Ellie was selected for the 2023-24 All District Team and the 2024 All District Tournament Team. Sarai was chosen for the 2023-24 All District Academic Team.

Congratulations to both Adair County High School seniors who plan to attend Lindsey Wilson College.
- from Trey Stephens, Sports Writer for Columbia Magazine


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Pancakes and sausage at Adair VFD Saturday morning


2024-03-01 - Adair County, KY - Photo from ACVFD.
Serving will begin at 6amCT tomorrow, Saturday, March 2, 2024 at the Adair Fire Department on Merchant street in Columbia for its 2024 Crusade For Children Pancake Fry. All proceeds will go towards their 23-24 Crusade for Children fund. Delivery is available within the city limits for any who can't make it to the ACVFD. Call 606-271-4944.


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Crocus Watch 2024


2024-02-29 - Fairplay, KY - Photo by Veronica Arnold.
Veronica writes, "There is the Daffodil watch. This is the crocuses watch. These are yellow specimens, but purple and white ones are blooming now too!"


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Scenic Casey County, KY - winter flowers


2024-02-29 - Casey County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Brown grasses stand out against the grays of the barn and the season.


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Little Blue Heron


2024-02-29 - South Padre Island, TX - Photo by Veronica Arnold.
Veronica writes, "Here is a Little Blue Heron. I'm used to seeing the Great Blue Heron but not this smaller cousin."


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Scenic Metcalfe County, KY


2024-02-29 - Metcalfe County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The billboard is still going, just not the little store. It's painted on what was Jones' Store, open in my school days in the Sulphur Well/Knob Lick area of northern Metcalfe County. The store was owned by my elementary school teacher, Mrs. Elizabeth Jones. - LW


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