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  1. Green Co. awarded $1M in 2nd round of KPDI funding
    Posted: 2024-02-29, Story ID: 130719

  2. City seeks vendors for Welcome to Summer event in May
    Posted: 2024-02-28, Story ID: 130702

  3. Why so many Eagles in Adair County in 2024
    Posted: 2024-02-27, Story ID: 130699

  4. Weather in the news tonight, Wednesday morning
    Posted: 2024-02-27, Story ID: 130698

  5. Highway Safety Improvement Project to begin in Russell Springs
    Posted: 2024-02-26, Story ID: 130690

  6. ACGS March 4th meeting: Daniel Trabue by Richard Phelps
    Posted: 2024-02-26, Story ID: 130686

  7. Tompkinsville student wins LWC 2024 Idol contest
    Posted: 2024-02-25, Story ID: 130675

  8. Boil Water Advisory lifted
    Posted: 2024-02-24, Story ID: 130670

  9. CU releases statement following death of student
    Posted: 2024-02-24, Story ID: 130669

  10. Phillip Wood Coffey - All are Wet
    Posted: 2024-02-23, Story ID: 130668

  11. Adair Farmers Market set to start on April 6, 2024
    Posted: 2024-02-23, Story ID: 130664

  12. Boil Water Advisory issued
    Posted: 2024-02-23, Story ID: 130661

  13. Short term rental information shared
    Posted: 2024-02-23, Story ID: 130659

  14. An observation for the day
    Posted: 2024-02-23, Story ID: 130657

  15. US Census of Agriculture: Growth for KY agricultural products
    Posted: 2024-02-22, Story ID: 130651

  16. National cellular outage affecting local customers on Thursday
    Posted: 2024-02-22, Story ID: 130649

  17. Tourism: Short term rental owners invited Thursday
    Posted: 2024-02-21, Story ID: 130642

  18. 2024 Cultural Arts Competition Winners
    Posted: 2024-02-21, Story ID: 130641

  19. Spring Cleaning Class at the Extension Office
    Posted: 2024-02-20, Story ID: 130633

  20. State of Gospel music subject of CU Chapel
    Posted: 2024-02-20, Story ID: 130632

  21. Beef Field Day postponed
    Posted: 2024-02-20, Story ID: 130629

  22. Bright's years of good days will continue
    Posted: 2024-02-19, Story ID: 130618

  23. Adair Co Extension Master Gardeners seek community input
    Posted: 2024-02-17, Story ID: 130609

  24. Blessing Boxes located in and around Columbia
    Posted: 2024-02-16, Story ID: 130608

  25. Metcalfe 4-H approved for funds at KADB meeting
    Posted: 2024-02-16, Story ID: 130605

  26. Spring wildfire hazard season is here
    Posted: 2024-02-16, Story ID: 130604

  27. Winter Hay Feeding to Build Soil Fertility
    Posted: 2024-02-15, Story ID: 130596

  28. U.S. Drought Monitor conditions improved for Columbia
    Posted: 2024-02-15, Story ID: 130593

  29. Ada Gass chosen the 2024 Basketball Homecoming Queen
    Posted: 2024-02-12, Story ID: 130568

  30. Tea Party enjoyed at Trabue Russell House
    Posted: 2024-02-12, Story ID: 130566

  31. Winter Weather Advisory issued for Monday night
    Posted: 2024-02-12, Story ID: 130560

  32. Phone line outage reported at Adair Schools
    Posted: 2024-02-12, Story ID: 130553

  33. Cierra shares her story to help others battling addiction
    Posted: 2024-02-11, Story ID: 130549

  34. Art, at its basic, objects with meanings
    Posted: 2024-02-11, Story ID: 130547

  35. KAFT approves $500K in BFLP loans in Green Co.
    Posted: 2024-02-10, Story ID: 130540

  36. Caregivers will meet Wednesday, Feb 14
    Posted: 2024-02-09, Story ID: 130535

  37. Boil Water Advisory lifted
    Posted: 2024-02-09, Story ID: 130528

  38. Morgan graduates with DOCJT Class 545
    Posted: 2024-02-09, Story ID: 130524

  39. Chamber of Commerce to meet Feb 13
    Posted: 2024-02-08, Story ID: 130516

  40. Green among counties funded to clean up illegal open dumps
    Posted: 2024-02-08, Story ID: 130514

  41. Boil Water Advisory issued
    Posted: 2024-02-08, Story ID: 130513

  42. Memories are being shared about pageant winners
    Posted: 2024-02-07, Story ID: 130508

  43. Auditions for Ugly Duckling are Feb 11 in Edmonton
    Posted: 2024-02-07, Story ID: 130506

  44. Little League Banquet update
    Posted: 2024-02-07, Story ID: 130502

  45. Kentuckians invited to Shop and Share on Saturday
    Posted: 2024-02-07, Story ID: 130498

  46. Another scam artist comes close to succeeding
    Posted: 2024-02-06, Story ID: 130494

  47. KY officials planning for April 8 total solar eclipse
    Posted: 2024-02-06, Story ID: 130489

  48. Plan for a safe ride home from Superbowl parties
    Posted: 2024-02-06, Story ID: 130487

  49. Tommy Druen: Unique Contributions
    Posted: 2024-02-06, Story ID: 130486

  50. Bliss Club to meet Feb 8
    Posted: 2024-02-05, Story ID: 130479

  51. Winter Beef Series upcoming events
    Posted: 2024-02-05, Story ID: 130478

  52. FFNB warns customers of text message scam
    Posted: 2024-02-05, Story ID: 130477

  53. Video: Events at the Adair Co. Genealogy & Research Center
    Posted: 2024-02-04, Story ID: 130462

  54. The first Miss Lake Cumberland Pageant, 1973
    Posted: 2024-02-04, Story ID: 130461

  55. Hearts for residents would be appreciated
    Posted: 2024-02-03, Story ID: 130459

  56. Phillip Coffey: some real characters
    Posted: 2024-02-02, Story ID: 130454

  57. Learn about Physicians in Early Adair Co. at next ACGS meeting
    Posted: 2024-02-02, Story ID: 130453

  58. CMC Metcalfe opens doors in Edmonton
    Posted: 2024-02-02, Story ID: 130452

  59. Paige Nickel saves life of Kit the chipmunk
    Posted: 2024-02-01, Story ID: 130450

  60. Breeding Area VFD gets second round of thanks
    Posted: 2024-02-01, Story ID: 130448

  61. Observations in the CM archives shared for a smile
    Posted: 2024-02-01, Story ID: 130441

  62. Spread love this Valentine's Day with a Trooper Teddy Bear
    Posted: 2024-02-01, Story ID: 130439

  63. Grain Crop Meeting on Feb 1
    Posted: 2024-01-31, Story ID: 130436

  64. Homemakers to host Heart Health Class Feb 12
    Posted: 2024-01-31, Story ID: 130434

  65. KLC Presents Liability Grant to the City of Columbia
    Posted: 2024-01-31, Story ID: 130432

  66. Campbellsville making plans for Fourth of July
    Posted: 2024-01-31, Story ID: 130428

  67. Homeplace on Green River annual meeting held Jan. 27
    Posted: 2024-01-30, Story ID: 130423

  68. Public invited to Adair Arts Council meeting
    Posted: 2024-01-30, Story ID: 130422

  69. JOY Ministries Campaign raises almost $65,000
    Posted: 2024-01-30, Story ID: 130419

  70. Electric vehicle ownership experiences shared
    Posted: 2024-01-29, Story ID: 130412

  71. Kentucky tax filing season begins January 29
    Posted: 2024-01-29, Story ID: 130408

  72. Popplewell wins KY Auctioneer State Championship
    Posted: 2024-01-29, Story ID: 130405

  73. Teresa Bright retirement farewell is Feb 16
    Posted: 2024-01-29, Story ID: 130402

  74. Harvey Dean Nash descendants gather together on Jan 28
    Posted: 2024-01-29, Story ID: 130400

  75. Just finished reading every Around Adair
    Posted: 2024-01-28, Story ID: 130398

  76. Appreciating other places and cultures
    Posted: 2024-01-28, Story ID: 130397

  77. Russell Homemakers holding a fundraiser
    Posted: 2024-01-28, Story ID: 130394

  78. Always a Bridesmaid starts Feb 22 at Barn Lot Theater
    Posted: 2024-01-27, Story ID: 130386

  79. 2024 Recommended Highway Plan for Kentucky
    Posted: 2024-01-27, Story ID: 130383

  80. Foreclosure rescue scams target the vulnerable
    Posted: 2024-01-27, Story ID: 130382

  81. Tyson Foods opens $355M facility in Bowling Green
    Posted: 2024-01-26, Story ID: 130376

  82. KADB approves projects in Cumberland, Metcalfe
    Posted: 2024-01-26, Story ID: 130372

  83. BAVFD answers emergency call in Albany/Clinton County
    Posted: 2024-01-26, Story ID: 130370

  84. Adair County Cattlemen's Association Award Presentation
    Posted: 2024-01-25, Story ID: 130369

  85. State releases county unemployment data for December 2023
    Posted: 2024-01-25, Story ID: 130366

  86. Patchy dense fog possible Thursday morning
    Posted: 2024-01-25, Story ID: 130365

  87. Nighttime drinks and entertainment
    Posted: 2024-01-25, Story ID: 130361

  88. Management: on the safety of transferring money
    Posted: 2024-01-25, Story ID: 130359

  89. Taylor Co. among KDA grant recipients
    Posted: 2024-01-24, Story ID: 130354

  90. Tree seedlings available January 25
    Posted: 2024-01-24, Story ID: 130353

  91. All safe at Summit Manor after small fire
    Posted: 2024-01-24, Story ID: 130352

  92. Before the ice storm we were at Kyle's concert
    Posted: 2024-01-23, Story ID: 130344

  93. Thank you to Wally Grant of CAUD
    Posted: 2024-01-23, Story ID: 130336

  94. Cultural Arts Competition coming Feb 15 and 16
    Posted: 2024-01-23, Story ID: 130328

  95. Dale Hollow Lake SRP offers showers, water for Clinton residents
    Posted: 2024-01-23, Story ID: 130326

  96. Adair County Food Pantry open Tuesday morning
    Posted: 2024-01-22, Story ID: 130323

  97. Reminder: 4-H Cloverbuds to meet Jan 29
    Posted: 2024-01-22, Story ID: 130318

  98. Registration for 4-H Summer Camp will start on Feb 1
    Posted: 2024-01-22, Story ID: 130317

  99. Young author Samantha Sinclair has new book coming out
    Posted: 2024-01-21, Story ID: 130308

  100. Wind child advisory continues through Saturday night
    Posted: 2024-01-20, Story ID: 130294

  101. Library & Genealogy Center closed Saturday Jan 20
    Posted: 2024-01-19, Story ID: 130286

  102. Bank of Columbia Friday schedule
    Posted: 2024-01-19, Story ID: 130280

  103. ACPC and ACMS Raise $560 for JOY Ministries
    Posted: 2024-01-19, Story ID: 130279

  104. Farm Bureau South closing early on Friday
    Posted: 2024-01-19, Story ID: 130278

  105. Jane Montgomery Casey article sparks questions
    Posted: 2024-01-19, Story ID: 130277

  106. Updated Library Hours for Friday
    Posted: 2024-01-19, Story ID: 130275

  107. Waking up to a snow this Friday morning
    Posted: 2024-01-19, Story ID: 130271

  108. CMS hours change on Friday
    Posted: 2024-01-19, Story ID: 130270

  109. ACPL opening at 10amCT on Friday
    Posted: 2024-01-19, Story ID: 130267

  110. CAUD opening at 9amCT on Friday
    Posted: 2024-01-19, Story ID: 130266

  111. JOY Ministries fundraiser goal is getting very close
    Posted: 2024-01-18, Story ID: 130263

  112. City of Columbia sends thanks for Christmas displays
    Posted: 2024-01-18, Story ID: 130259

  113. CAUD Office closing early Thurdsay
    Posted: 2024-01-18, Story ID: 130258

  114. Faithworks collecting items to help the homeless
    Posted: 2024-01-18, Story ID: 130256

  115. USDM: Drought conditions improved for Columbia
    Posted: 2024-01-18, Story ID: 130255

  116. KELC releases December 2023 Unemployment Report
    Posted: 2024-01-18, Story ID: 130254

  117. KSP: Don't drive as usual in winter weather
    Posted: 2024-01-18, Story ID: 130248

  118. Video features Columbia, Glasgow and Bowling Green
    Posted: 2024-01-17, Story ID: 130245

  119. Blood drive coming up in Columbia on Jan 24
    Posted: 2024-01-17, Story ID: 130243

  120. Freezing rain/snow Thu afternoon, bitter cold this weekend
    Posted: 2024-01-17, Story ID: 130242

  121. WAVE-3 details lawsuit filed over treatment at ACJDC
    Posted: 2024-01-17, Story ID: 130241

  122. No school in Adair County Thu/Fri, Board Meeting postponed
    Posted: 2024-01-17, Story ID: 130240

  123. Letter: Sherriff Chesley Adamson (1850-1910?) my Great Grandfather
    Posted: 2024-01-17, Story ID: 130235

  124. ACPL: Watch your step!
    Posted: 2024-01-17, Story ID: 130234

  125. Adult Education Center open 10-3 on Wednesday
    Posted: 2024-01-17, Story ID: 130233


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