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  125 Most recent stories in topic Mike Watson - History
  1. New school buildings, 1920
    Posted: 2024-06-13, Story ID: 131753

  2. History Monday: The freeze of 1886
    Posted: 2024-04-29, Story ID: 131324

  3. Seasonal care needed - make a positive impact
    Posted: 2024-04-19, Story ID: 131235

  4. History Monday: Sheriffs of Adair Co., part 3
    Posted: 2024-02-05, Story ID: 130475

  5. History Monday: Sheriffs of Adair County, part 2
    Posted: 2024-01-22, Story ID: 130310

  6. The first measurable snow of 2024--January 15th...
    Posted: 2024-01-15, Story ID: 130194

  7. History Wednesday: Sheriff of Adair Co. 1801-2000, pt. 1
    Posted: 2024-01-10, Story ID: 130129

  8. Lanham/Lannum-Taylor Affair, 1872
    Posted: 2023-11-04, Story ID: 129428

  9. Homecoming and history at G&HRC this weekend
    Posted: 2023-10-09, Story ID: 129059

  10. Beginning Genealogy Class 2 is September 23
    Posted: 2023-09-18, Story ID: 128808

  11. Lanterns and Tombstones tours wrap up for season
    Posted: 2023-09-05, Story ID: 128661

  12. Genealogical Society Textiles Meeting a success
    Posted: 2023-08-09, Story ID: 128372

  13. Genealogy Class was a Success
    Posted: 2023-07-27, Story ID: 128227

  14. Remembering a historically low-scoring basketball game
    Posted: 2023-07-21, Story ID: 128152

  15. Expensive Memorial Day flowers in the ditch lines
    Posted: 2023-06-29, Story ID: 127912

  16. Genealogy meeting to feature Jane Lampton DAR Chapter
    Posted: 2023-06-29, Story ID: 127902

  17. Looking Back for 4 May, 2023: One hundred years ago
    Posted: 2023-05-04, Story ID: 127251

  18. A bit of Civil War History and a tragedy in 1865
    Posted: 2023-04-28, Story ID: 127174

  19. Demonbreun Cemetery clean-up and history
    Posted: 2023-04-17, Story ID: 126977

  20. L&T Tour: Rev. Thomas Lewis Hulse, 1868-1946
    Posted: 2023-04-11, Story ID: 126900

  21. Next Lanterns & Tombstones Tour is Friday
    Posted: 2023-04-04, Story ID: 126815

  22. Into Adair County, Pioneer Style
    Posted: 2023-03-26, Story ID: 126662

  23. A history of the Male and Female High School
    Posted: 2023-03-15, Story ID: 126541

  24. Chasing items with an educational theme
    Posted: 2023-01-29, Story ID: 125884

  25. A cold day, once upon a time...
    Posted: 2022-12-26, Story ID: 125423

  26. Adair County's birthday celebrated quietly by many
    Posted: 2022-12-13, Story ID: 125240

  27. Word of Pearl Harbor Bombing in Adair County...
    Posted: 2022-12-07, Story ID: 125154

  28. Names may be strange things...
    Posted: 2022-09-19, Story ID: 124037

  29. The Best of Times--The Worst of Times?
    Posted: 2022-08-15, Story ID: 123611

  30. Faces on the Courthouse Columns
    Posted: 2022-07-14, Story ID: 123230

  31. Let it Rain or Make it Rain
    Posted: 2022-07-07, Story ID: 123128

  32. Doom Awaits Those Who Ignore Plain Instructions
    Posted: 2022-05-26, Story ID: 122617

  33. Ginseng Association 1905
    Posted: 2022-05-16, Story ID: 122476

  34. Lantern Tour: Cemeteries once like public parks
    Posted: 2022-05-09, Story ID: 122372

  35. Adair Co. Genealogical Society Meeting: 1950 Federal Census
    Posted: 2022-03-28, Story ID: 121841

  36. Remarkable Sunday School
    Posted: 2022-03-21, Story ID: 121759

  37. Heritage group to meet at Genealogy and History Center
    Posted: 2022-03-14, Story ID: 121650

  38. Lived in...
    Posted: 2022-02-27, Story ID: 121425

  39. The Weather Outside is Frightful... or Soon Will Be
    Posted: 2022-02-03, Story ID: 121085

  40. Brandy Held's mini-Hereford brings back memories
    Posted: 2022-01-07, Story ID: 120613

  41. Health and Wealth and Luck should be in abundance...
    Posted: 2022-01-01, Story ID: 120495

  42. Christmas reflections from long ago
    Posted: 2021-12-28, Story ID: 120427

  43. Final week of Military Display at Adair Research Center
    Posted: 2021-11-28, Story ID: 119985

  44. October is family history month
    Posted: 2021-10-01, Story ID: 118987

  45. Burials listed in the Brawner-Smith Cemetery
    Posted: 2021-09-16, Story ID: 118711

  46. History Monday: Preserving documents for future generations
    Posted: 2021-08-02, Story ID: 117915

  47. Reecer at the Adair Co. Genealogy and History Research Center
    Posted: 2021-07-22, Story ID: 117745

  48. A Columbia Landmark and Historic Stage
    Posted: 2021-07-16, Story ID: 117659

  49. Jane Lampton Clemens born 18 June 1803
    Posted: 2021-06-18, Story ID: 117271

  50. Some Traditions Shall Not Die
    Posted: 2021-05-29, Story ID: 116974

  51. History Monday: Trees cut where the courthouse now stands
    Posted: 2021-04-12, Story ID: 116225

  52. History Monday: Murray's Filling Station
    Posted: 2021-03-22, Story ID: 115917

  53. History Monday: Corn Growing Contest, 1911
    Posted: 2021-03-15, Story ID: 115813

  54. History Monday: Mighty Girl Louise Grissom, 105 Years Ago
    Posted: 2021-03-08, Story ID: 115698

  55. History Monday: A Fearsome Ailment, Once Rampant
    Posted: 2021-03-01, Story ID: 115576

  56. History Monday: Law and Disorder, 1870s Style
    Posted: 2021-02-22, Story ID: 115460

  57. History Monday: The Columbia Spectator, 1894
    Posted: 2021-02-15, Story ID: 115321

  58. High Schools in Adair County
    Posted: 2021-02-12, Story ID: 115284

  59. History Monday: Streets Taken Over, 1932
    Posted: 2021-01-25, Story ID: 114934

  60. History Monday: Did You Know?
    Posted: 2021-01-18, Story ID: 114824

  61. History Monday: A prominent man in many ways
    Posted: 2021-01-11, Story ID: 114708

  62. History Monday: May 2021 Be Kinder to All
    Posted: 2021-01-04, Story ID: 114602

  63. Bring Your Bible to Sunday School--Even the Old One
    Posted: 2020-12-28, Story ID: 114498

  64. History Monday: A Tale of Christmas Long-Ago
    Posted: 2020-12-21, Story ID: 114398

  65. History Monday: The Old Time Stage Coach
    Posted: 2020-12-14, Story ID: 114299

  66. History Monday: December 7, 1941--U.S. Declares War on Japan
    Posted: 2020-12-07, Story ID: 114166

  67. History Monday: Male and Female High
    Posted: 2020-11-23, Story ID: 113928

  68. Turkey raising was once Big Business in Adair
    Posted: 2020-11-22, Story ID: 113912

  69. History Monday: Vaudeville Show in Columbia, 1914
    Posted: 2020-11-16, Story ID: 113802

  70. History Monday: Election 2020 Different from Past Ones
    Posted: 2020-10-26, Story ID: 113405

  71. History Monday: Preserve Now, Enjoy Later, is not a new idea
    Posted: 2020-10-19, Story ID: 113313

  72. History Monday: Why So Named??
    Posted: 2020-10-12, Story ID: 113187

  73. Poke Sallet and the Weed
    Posted: 2020-10-07, Story ID: 113094

  74. History Monday: Earls' Ridge
    Posted: 2020-10-05, Story ID: 113060

  75. Remembering Miss Winston
    Posted: 2020-09-28, Story ID: 112938

  76. Adopt a Grave to reserve and honor our history
    Posted: 2020-09-26, Story ID: 112916

  77. Famous Natives of Adair Co.: Col. Ebenezer Lafayette Dohoney
    Posted: 2020-09-21, Story ID: 112840

  78. The woes of lack of matrimony in Adair County, 1904
    Posted: 2020-09-14, Story ID: 112719

  79. Six Marriages at Roley, Adair County, at Christmas Time, 1896
    Posted: 2020-09-08, Story ID: 112616

  80. History Monday: Trip down Crocus and up Sand Lick from 1915
    Posted: 2020-09-07, Story ID: 112602

  81. History: Who will remember?
    Posted: 2020-08-30, Story ID: 112470

  82. On the Death of a Building
    Posted: 2020-08-27, Story ID: 112438

  83. History Monday: Adair County Church Notes, 1897-1898-
    Posted: 2020-08-24, Story ID: 112376

  84. History Monday: The Mark Twain Festival, 1958
    Posted: 2020-08-17, Story ID: 112257

  85. History Monday: Ben Franklin Variety Store, 1961
    Posted: 2020-08-10, Story ID: 112138

  86. History Monday: Big events locally, 1976
    Posted: 2020-08-03, Story ID: 112035

  87. Snake handling here, not so much as sport...
    Posted: 2020-07-26, Story ID: 111887

  88. Varmints A-plenty, Once Upon A Time
    Posted: 2020-07-21, Story ID: 111800

  89. Mike Watson: Bears once were everywhere in Adair
    Posted: 2020-07-19, Story ID: 111764

  90. History Monday: Mad Dogs Always a Concern
    Posted: 2020-07-13, Story ID: 111659

  91. History Monday: Big News in June 1952
    Posted: 2020-07-06, Story ID: 111539

  92. History Monday: Adair County and the Whig Party, 1843
    Posted: 2020-06-29, Story ID: 111411

  93. Run-aways and Elopists
    Posted: 2020-06-28, Story ID: 111396

  94. History Monday: Man's Other Best Friend
    Posted: 2020-06-22, Story ID: 111294

  95. Remembering Mrs. Margie Burris Coffey
    Posted: 2020-06-19, Story ID: 111262

  96. Photos of progress at the library
    Posted: 2020-06-17, Story ID: 111225

  97. History Monday: What Might You Find? And Where?
    Posted: 2020-06-15, Story ID: 111182

  98. Crystal Bowl Lanes
    Posted: 2020-06-14, Story ID: 111165

  99. History Monday: Henry Giles to Speak, 1962
    Posted: 2020-06-08, Story ID: 111057

  100. Columbia High School, Graduating Class, 1940--
    Posted: 2020-06-04, Story ID: 111011

  101. History Monday: Mrs. Etta Caldwell Remembered
    Posted: 2020-06-01, Story ID: 110954

  102. History Monday: Married in a Buggy
    Posted: 2020-05-18, Story ID: 110727

  103. History Monday: John Field, Early Settler, Merchant
    Posted: 2020-05-11, Story ID: 110601

  104. History Monday: Random Thoughts
    Posted: 2020-05-04, Story ID: 110484

  105. There will be no Kentucky Derby today
    Posted: 2020-05-02, Story ID: 110459

  106. History Monday: The Adair Guards, 1860
    Posted: 2020-04-27, Story ID: 110378

  107. History Monday: In Times of Need
    Posted: 2020-04-20, Story ID: 110233

  108. What winter is this??
    Posted: 2020-04-14, Story ID: 110135

  109. History Monday: Early Roads, Bridges, and More
    Posted: 2020-04-06, Story ID: 109979

  110. Social Distancing practiced a century ago
    Posted: 2020-04-04, Story ID: 109946

  111. More early Adair County and Columbia history
    Posted: 2020-04-02, Story ID: 109901

  112. Shopping for groceries in Columbia, 1956
    Posted: 2020-03-29, Story ID: 109838

  113. History: The County and Town Begin
    Posted: 2020-03-28, Story ID: 109817

  114. Mike Watson: the story of the historic Adair Courthouse
    Posted: 2020-03-24, Story ID: 109752

  115. History Monday: Some Early History of Cane Valley, Part 2
    Posted: 2020-03-16, Story ID: 109554

  116. History Monday - early Cane Valley, KY, part I
    Posted: 2020-03-09, Story ID: 109386

  117. History Monday: The Murder of Harry Webb, 1874
    Posted: 2020-03-02, Story ID: 109271

  118. History Monday: Yellowhammer
    Posted: 2020-02-17, Story ID: 109020

  119. The Great Buffalo of Old
    Posted: 2020-02-13, Story ID: 108967

  120. Mike Watson's History Monday: Dr. John Dudley Winston
    Posted: 2020-02-10, Story ID: 108903

  121. 1919: A Flying Ship in Columbia
    Posted: 2020-01-12, Story ID: 108408

  122. History: Background of historic Hurt-Foust property
    Posted: 2019-12-09, Story ID: 107844

  123. Adair County's one- and two-room schools
    Posted: 2019-11-28, Story ID: 107639

  124. Genealogy meeting same day, 2 Dec 2019, new time
    Posted: 2019-11-25, Story ID: 107589

  125. History Monday: A Thanksgiving Proclamation, 1864
    Posted: 2019-11-25, Story ID: 107575


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