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Metcalfe Solar Project proposed for north of Summer Shade

FRANKFORT, Ky. - The Kentucky State Board on Electric Generation and Transmission Siting has received an application requesting a construction certificate for a solar energy project in Metcalfe County.

The application, from Glover Creek Solar, LLC, proposes construction of a 55-megawatt (MW) photovoltaic solar array on 400 acres of pasture and farm land north of the unincorporated community of Summer Shade.

Glover Creek Solar is a wholly owned subsidiary of Carolina Solar Energy of Durham, North Carolina. The company is also developing a smaller solar project in Garrard County, KY.


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2020-04-06 09:06:53 | Comments


Scenic Adair County: a drive through Cane Valley


2020-04-06 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Cane Valley is especially nice on this spring morning. In this photo you have a choice - veer left, staying on Cane Valley Road / old KY 55 Loop No. 2, into downtown - or take the next right and get on the new Hwy 55. This view is looking south toward Columbia.

Paired photo: Scenic Adair County: Cane Valley on a quiet Sunday


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Blue light at City Hall in recognition of essential workers

By Tiffany Collins

The City of Columbia wants to recognize those people that have been deemed essential during this coronavirus pandemic.

"We know that there are so many citizens in Columbia and Adair County that are continuing to work," said Mayor Pamela Hoots. "We have law enforcement, grocery workers, postal employees, delivery and truck drivers, emergency medical, healthcare, and others that continue to be on the frontline of this issue facing our country and community."

The city will be placing a blue light in the front entrance to the building that will be lit daily in recognition of these essential workers.


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2020-04-06 08:49:42 | Comments

  Current Temperatures
Adair: 73 F
Casey: 72 · Cumberland: 74 · Green: 71
Metcalfe: 71 · Russell: 73 · Taylor: 71
Updated at 12:30pm Monday, April 6, 2020

Kentucky Mesonet Links:
Adair County - Casey County - Cumberland County - Metcalfe County - Taylor County

National Weather Service Links:
Burkesville. Campbellsville. Columbia. Edmonton. Greensburg. Jamestown. Liberty. Russell Springs

Maynard takes 1st place in 2019 Claypool Contest

By John Mura/Robin Hartman

Frankfort, KY - Taylor County High School student Ryan Maynard won 1st Place in the state in the 2019 Jim Claypool Art and Conservation Writing Contest.

The Kentucky Division of Conservation, in partnership with the Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts and the Kentucky Farm Bureau, recently honored the winners of the 2019 Jim Claypool Art and Conservation Writing Contest. The contests' theme, Things That Fly, helped students from across the state learn more about the importance of wildlife in Kentucky.

The students used that knowledge and transformed it into creative artwork and essays. Winners listed below will be recognized by their local conservation districts. Winning posters can be viewed here: eec.ky.gov.


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2020-04-06 07:28:54 | Comments


Quarles commends Kroger for expanding local farm options

By Sean Southard

Frankfort, KY - Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quarles is praising the nation's largest supermarket chain for its increased commitment to selling Kentucky Proud farm food.

"As Kentucky's Agriculture Commissioner, my administration is focused on increasing the amount of Kentucky Proud foods on grocery shelves across the Commonwealth and the nation," said Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quarles. "Due to the hard work of our administration, Kentucky farm families, and Kroger, Kentuckians can now find more local protein products than ever before. On behalf of our family farms, I want to commend Kroger for their commitment to supporting Kentucky agriculture, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic."

Kroger began selling Freedom Run Farm ground lamb in 25 Kentucky stores on March 31. Greg Osborn, meat and seafood merchandiser for Kroger's Louisville Division, said sales got off to a good start. Racks of lamb and porterhouse loin chops are also available in select stores.


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2020-04-06 07:24:39 | Comments

Events scheduled for today, April 6, 2020
All events are listed in Central Time. | Print Version | Submit your upcoming event using our Submission Form.
10:00amCTAdair Co. monthly warning siren test (ID:60515 | Permanent Link | Comment/Correction)
NoonCTTake the Journey to the Cross - Drive from point to point during Holy Week
(ID:60507 | Permanent Link | Comment/Correction)

Visit the Events Page for details about the events listed above, a printable version of today's events, and for events on upcoming days. Please use our Submission Form to let us know about your organization's upcoming events.

Farmers wrap up first Market day of 2020 season


2020-04-06 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Saturday, April 4, 2020 was the start of the season for the Farmers Market on the Square (FM2) in Adair County. It was reported to be a good first day under the restrictions that go along with the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Vendors worked to make it easy for customers to maintain social distancing in a wide walkway, and they're even offering a drive-through lane this year for any who need to order from their car.


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Haiku by Robert Stone for April 6, 2020
For Day 97 of 2020. There are 268 days remaining in 2020.

Those not yet married
think they can do as they like
after they marry.
--Robert Stone, Monday, 6 April 2020.
-1000 haiku thrice now, more days coming up, Day 3128


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Adair Co. Siren Test today, Monday, April 6, 2020

Mike Keltner, Director
Adair Co. Emergency Management

The regular monthly warning siren test will be held today at 10amCT.


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2020-04-06 07:23:02 | Comments


FM2 first day of 2020 season reported to be a good start

Opening day of Farmers Market on the Square (FM2) in Columbia finished up after noon Saturday, April 4, 2020 and resulted in a positive outlook for the season on the part of vendors.

Upwards of 200 people were said to have gone through the market, very orderly and maintaining social distancing as instructed by state leaders to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Co-director Donna Jones said they had some new faces and lots of regulars with very good feedback, "folks are glad to have another option for fresh foods."

A wide lane behind the yellow ribbon is for walking through plus a lane is protected for drive-through in case anyone needs to order from their car and have it brought over to them.

Vendors say they will work with the public in every way so that a safe, healthy experience is enjoyed by all.


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2020-04-06 06:18:45 | Comments

Adair Co. Family Gardening Project

By Tony Rose, County Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development
Adair County Cooperative Extension Service

Adair County Cooperative Extension Service is partnering with Adair County Elementary School, and The Family Connection Family Resource Center to sponsor a Family Gardening Project.

To register for this project fill out the registration form. We will contact you on when to start picking up gardening supplies. This is open to the first 30 families who register online at this link: uky.az1.qualtrics.com

This is a family gardening project so we want the whole family to get involved. You can do container gardening, a regular garden, raised bed gardens or a combination of all of them. The gardens do not have to be large. Small gardens are great and we will give you resources to show you how to get the most of your garden.


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2020-04-06 06:00:06 | Comments

Sunrise from Mary Ellis


2020-04-06 - Wayne County, KY - Photo by Mary Ellis.
When you begin work early in the morning, one of the rewards is getting to see how the day begins in the heavens.


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Masks being made locally to help with shortage

Kathy Jones of Columbia says several members of Joyful Hearts Quilt Guild are making cloth masks. If someone needs masks, contact her at 270-250-4316. These are not the surgical masks but we are being encouraged to wear them as some protection. She writes, "we have two sizes - 10 inch and 8 inch. She says they are not charging, just doing their civic duty.

Cora Jessie of Sulphur Well, KY in Metcalfe County writes that her "sister Anita London Bass is making masks non stop. She doesn’t have a price on them, however, she is a widow and on a fixed income and could use a donation for the masks. The masks are very well made and very pretty." She can be reached at 270-590-3948 or cory@scrtc.com.

Seamstress Debbie Burris is making face masks in Adair County. She says anyone can message her on Facebook or call 270-250-1277. She has donated many. Going forward, to pay for supplies, her charge would be $4 each if she furnishes fabric, or $2 each if fabric is provided. She adds, "stay safe everyone!"

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says masks should:
- Fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face
- Be secured with ties or ear loops
- Include multiple layers of fabric
- Allow for breathing without restriction
- Be able to be laundered and machine dried without damage or change to shape

This link has all the details for sewing masks and the no-sew variety.


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2020-04-06 05:57:13 | Comments

Patchy fog, then sunny today, high 76F

It's currently 49F at the Adair County Mesonet station. Watch out for patchy fog this morning before 9amCT. Otherwise, it will be mostly sunny today, with a high near 76F. Calm wind becoming west 5 to 7 mph in the afternoon.

Tonight will be partly cloudy, with an overnight low around 55F. Light and variable wind becoming south around 5 mph after midnight.

Tuesday will bring a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, with partly sunny skies and a high near 76F. Southwest wind 6 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph.

The chance of showers and thunderstorms will increase slightly, to 40 percent, by Tuesday night, mainly after 1amCT. Otherwise it will be mostly cloudy, with a low around 62F. Southwest wind around 8 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.


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2020-04-06 05:56:32 | Comments


7-County Area Courts for Mon 6 Apr 2020

NOTE: Most in-person hearings have been cancelled or rescheduled between Monday, March 16, and Friday, May 1, 2020. Instructions if you have a pending court date.

Local schedules for Circuit Courts, District Courts, for Monday, April 6, 2020, at a glance:
  • Adair County: No events Circuit Court. 2 events District Court.
  • Casey County: No events Circuit Court. No events District Court.
  • Cumberland County: No events Circuit Court. No events District Court.
  • Green County: No events Circuit Court. 1 event District Court.
  • Metcalfe County: No events Circuit Court. No events District Court.
  • Russell County: 1 event Circuit Court. No events District Court.
  • Taylor County: 7 events Circuit Court. No events District Court.
Note: NOT Official. Always Click to Docket for all Kentucky Counties


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2020-04-06 05:50:13 | Comments

Holy Week Journey to the Cross drive begins in Columbia

By Maggie Coleman

Columbia United Methodist Church is organizing a Columbia to Journey to the Cross Drive around Columbia. You can prepare your heart and mind for Easter and get out of the house while maintaining the necessary physical distance!

Throughout Holy Week, starting today, Palm Sunday, feel welcome to drive from station to station, reminding you and your family of the steps leading to Christ's death and His resurrection on Easter morning.

The drive will begin at the front of Columbia UMC located across from Save-a-Lot at 202 Burkesville Street. Directions to the next station will be located on each sign. Blessings and health to you this Easter season!


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2020-04-05 15:59:20 | Comments

Munching On Hay


2020-04-06 - Larue Co., KY - Photo by Bill Badgett.
Seen in the ColumbiaMagazine group on Flickr. See more of Bill's photos here: Bill Badgett at Flicker.


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Kentucky Color: Walking Thru History

By Billy Joe Fudge

With the beginnings of the new and wonderful South Highway 61, Dad often spoke about the fact that this would be the third Highway 61 that he had traveled on. Recently, I was blessed to find myself walking upon what I would consider to be Highway 61, number one. One day Houston Pennington, his Dad David and I were looking at a timber stand for a client. While David was walking in front of me I realized where we were walking; yep, on Highway 61, number one! We were walking South toward Breeding up the hill from Harrod's Fork Creek with Harrod's Fork Circle Road about a hundred feet to our right and a couple hundred yards beyond that, the new Highway 61.

Just to think that I was walking along the very route that my Dad's family and thousands of our ancestors would have been traveling by foot, on horse back, by wagon and by early automobiles, began to bring on a rush of memories; memories which Dad shared with me about when he was just a boy. Memories of trips to Columbia riding in a wagon that began at dawn of day and would finally end with them arriving back home late in the day and sometimes after dark. As he grew older, trips would often be made by him and his Dad, my Pa Abb, in a Model A or Model T of a neighbor who was making the trip into town.

Then I began to think back to many of my thousands of trips on my generation's Highway 61. Trips with memories which I will never forget, some of which were tragic and some of which may have been fraught with difficulties but are now cherished memories and of course, many memories filled with joys which still flood every facet of my being.

One of those "fraught with difficulties" trips which is now a "cherished memory" was a trip to an Adair County basketball game in Larue County.


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2020-04-05 12:41:04 | Comments | See topic Kentucky Color by Billy Joe Fudge

April 29, 1978 Around Adair with Ed Waggener

The article below first appeared in the April 29, 1978 issue of the Daily Statesman. Topics included praise for Gerald Reliford and Ralph Waggener, Daylight Savings Time, a population boom at Roley, Nancy Salato's Journalism award, and a call to the Redneck Anti-Defamation League. --Pen

By Ed Waggener

Thanks, Martha Burris
One of the first persons to call us when the Daily Statesman is wrong is Martha Burris. When she does, she is always, at least until now, right. We hope readers think she was right when she called Friday. She said, "I want to tell you when you are doing well. Gerald (Gerald Reliford) is doing a fine job. I really like the articles and I like the sermons he prints. And tell Ralph (Ralph Waggener) that the photo of Bobby Hutchison cleaning trash under the bridge (Daily Statesman, Wednesday, April 26, 1978) was a classic. It ought to be entered in a contest."

Thanks, Martha Burris.

Those are both good boys. You will have made them hard to live with, however. Ralph has always liked Kodaks, and he knows how to use the one he has. But with a subject like Lawyer Hutchison, how could he miss?

And this Reliford fellow. I agree. But he is getting to be a nuisance. He is a mighty hard act to follow.

And I sometimes wonder about an ordained minister telling some of the tales he and Deacon Bobby Willis tell.


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2020-04-05 10:04:31 | Comments | See topic Around Adair with Ed Waggener

LWC International Marketplace

Current events got in the way of spring plans in 2020, but you can click the headline for an album of photos from past International Marketplace days at Lindsey Wilson College.

By Sabine Eastham
International Student Programs, Lindsey Wilson College

Friday would have been our "International Marketplace"... We were in the midst of planning and prepping for it and our students were excited to share their love for their country with YOU! Guests would have been able to sample dishes from around the world and learn facts about culture, clothing and more from our international students. Please enjoy the trip down memory lane.... let's stay strong, let's stay at home! #ispworldstars --Sabine


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2020-04-05 08:22:40 | Comments | See topic Lindsey Wilson College

90 years ago: Entertainment, education, and the marvelous Maytag

During the first week of April, 1930, President Hoover began his 14th month in office; the economic depression, worsening by the day, entered its 21st week; the 15th federal census started; and America's Sweetheart, Mary Pickford, a few days short of her 38th birthday and in the twilight of stardom, went home a winner (Best Female Actress) from the first radio-broadcasted Academy Awards. But meanwhile, back in The Shire...

By JIM

The Junior Class play, "Patty Makes Things Hum," packed the high school auditorium and the appreciative audience much enjoyed the fun. The cast included Marie White in the lead role, along with Stonewall Dohoney, Jr., Ethel Tarter. Louise Montgomery, Lola Hill, Mary Neat, future Columbia mayor Bunny Shively, Davis Jones, Cecil Henson, and Russell Wilson. Mrs. Ray (Ruth) Montgomery directed, with assistance from Mrs. W.J. (Berenice) Flowers, and the Blue Bird Orchestra provided the music under the direction of Mrs. Ores (Lula) Barger.

Those seeking other entertainment had several options over the next few days: a hot debate between Lindsey Wilson's two literary societies on April 10th; the Columbia - Jamestown baseball game at the Lindsey Wilson diamond, April 12th (general admission 25c, students 15c); and the CHS senior class play,"Am I Intruding?," a mystery comedy, May 2nd. And, even closer on the near event horizon, the 1928 movie "The Three Passions" would play the evening of April 8th at the Rialto: "Come and see the way of God, Gold and Woman." (A review written nearly eighty years later named the "passions" as ambition, greed, and lust for power.)

The Strong Hill family of Gradyville had just purchased a house in suburban Columbia and planned to move there post-haste. (A family member opened the door and welcomed the census taker into their new home when she came calling out Jamestown Road on April 24th.)


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2020-04-05 08:00:08 | Comments | See topic Jim: History

Making masks to help others


2020-04-06 - Photo from the families.
Anita Bass makes face masks non stop according to her sister Cora Jessie from Sulphur Well who sent the photo at right. In the photo at left, Debbie Burris shares examples of the masks she's sewing in Adair County. Both these women plus members of the Joyful Hearts Quilters in Columbia have donated many and are available for orders.


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KDA: COVID-19 Resource For Producers

By Sean Southard

Frankfort, KY - The Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) and the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation have teamed up to develop a one-page COVID-19 pandemic resource for Kentucky producers, Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quarles announced on Friday.

The document includes information on when producers should stay at home, animal care, and links to additional resources. To view the document, click here: KFB-COVID19 (PDF).


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2020-04-05 07:52:23 | Comments

Video: Ghost in Columbia


Frequent Columbia Magazine contributor and amateur paranormalist Joe Hare captured this exclusive video on his front porch in downtown Columbia early on Saturday, April 4, 2020. Joe writes: "Anyone seeing any ghosts around town? What you see in this video is what I saw when the camera triggered early today. It has not been altered in any way. Della has been told for years this house is haunted, maybe so!"


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2020-04-05 07:49:09 | Comments

Letter: Social Distancing a Century Ago

Patricia Sue Mullins writes:
Thanks Mike Watson for this interesting article. It's amazing that they had to do all the same things we are. With all the ways we have to communicate and entertain ourselves no one should complain about having to stay at home to keep others safe! --Patricia
Comments re: Social Distancing practiced a century ago


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2020-04-05 07:39:58 | Comments | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Sen. Max Wise's Legislative Update - April 4, 2020

Personal political commentary/opinions of the writer

By State Senator Max Wise, (R-Campbellsville)
16th District: Adair, Clinton, Cumberland, McCreary, Russell, Taylor, and Wayne Counties

The Kentucky General Assembly wrapped up its final day before the start of a veto recess by passing a one-year Executive Branch budget.

The Senate met its constitutional obligation to pass a state budget this week, but the spending plan was truncated because of COVID-19. It's simply unclear how severe the disease's impact will be on the amount of taxes collected or the citizenry's wellbeing.

Instead of trying to pass a two-year financial plan with so many unknowns, legislators came together and crafted a 12-month budget using the most pessimistic revenue forecast considered by the state's nonpartisan economic forecasters. The heart of the spending plan is the executive branch budget found in House Bill 352, which passed with overwhelming bipartisan support in both chambers.

With economic uncertainties in mind, the Kentucky General Assembly had to reset sights from what was widely envisioned earlier this year where drafts of the budget proposal outlined increased school funding as well as pay raises for teachers and state employees. HB 352 would eliminate all salary increases included in earlier budget proposals but would hold SEEK base appropriation at $4,000 per pupil. The acronym stands for Support Education Excellence in Kentucky, the formula used to allocate state tax dollars to local school districts. In other education-related funding, HB 352 would provide $7.4 million for school-based mental health service providers. Their services are required based on the language in the 2019 School Safety and Resiliency Act.

Other highlights of HB 352 include $938,000 for the "rocket docket," a program to expedite court cases to save on legal fees, administrative expenses and even jail costs while ensuring timely access to the courts. Supporters of the expenditure said the rocket docket will be even more important because of COVID-19. The disruption in people's lives caused by the disease is likely to place additional stress on our court system.


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2020-04-05 07:33:20 | Comments | See topic Politics

Good Morning from Campbellsville


2020-04-06 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Larry J. Smith, General Manager, The Big Dawg, FM 99.9 radio.
Larry sends this predawn view of downtown Campbellsville's Main Street. He is so proud of the restoration of one building after another along the historic Main Street.


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Service details for Sunday morning service at Columbia UMC

From Rev. Robert Hoffman
Columbia United Methodist Church


We are preparing for Sunday Worship and wanted to help you prepare as well. We will be using the same format and start with Facebook Live at 11amCT with worship music. If you have any music requests, please email them to Ben Martin, martinb@lindsey.edu.

Our prayer time will follow. Please email any prayer requests you would like us to pray for to your pastor, robhoffman96@gmail.com.

The message will be available after prayer time. We continue in our series: What Was It Like with the message: Good Friday. Please read Matthew 27 or Mark 15 beforehand and come expecting that God wants to do something in each of us as we encounter The Word. See you then!


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2020-04-04 15:01:05 | Comments

What's Cooking in Columbia Today
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Betty's Country Cooking
MENU | 2339 Campbellsville RD, Columbia, KY (MAP) Phone 270-384-5664 | Non-smoking. Breakfast served anytime. Credit Cards accepted. Hours: Sunday 8:00amCT til 3:00pmCT, Monday through Saturday 5:00amCT til 9:00pmCT
Betty's will be closing until the ban on public dining rooms is lifted. Even with the drive-through and carry out capabilities, it has been determined there would be too much loss to stay open until things change.

We wish everyone safety and good health and hope we will see you again very soon!


Patty's Liberty Road General Store and Deli
MENU In the Village of Vester, (Adair County), 5097 Liberty Road, Columbia, KY 42728. Patty Smith Edwards, owner & manager. Phone 270-380-1039 HOURS: Monday through Thursday 5amCT-3pmCT. Friday 5amCT-7pm. Saturday 5am-3pm. Closed Sundays. Liberty Road Grocery & Deli is SMOKE FREE.
Take-Out and Delivery Orders Only Till Further Notice -- Call ahead to 270-380-1039 and we'll have it ready!

Breakfast and Daily lunch specials available while they last. Hot sandwiches will be available from our hot box to grab and go. Cold sandwiches upon request.

Daily Desserts: Reeses, Snickers Pies, Chess Cake, No-Bake cookies.

--Patty Edwards


Adair County Schools
Adair Co. School District, Dayna Parnell, Ass't Food Service Director, Carol Roy, Director of Food Services, 270-384-2476
School lunches will resume next week after Spring Break, April 6-10, 2020.


Black Stallion Steakhouse
202 Will Walker Rd., Columbia, KY. 270-380-1800. Open seven days a week 11am to 10pmCT.
Nonsmoking. Credit cards accepted. Private rooms available. Full Bar Seating, Beer & Wine, 7-days a week

Black Stallion will be open today from 12:30pmCT to 7:30pmCT for carryout and delivery. Give us a call at 270-380-1800 to place your order!

Steaks & Ribs, Seafood, Chicken, Combinations and Vegetarian Platters, Sides, Salads, Soupls, Sandwiches, Wraps, Burgers

Click here to read our menu (PDF)



Fiesta Mexico of Columbia
819 Jamestown St., Columbia KY. 270-384-6004. Hrs.: 10:30amCT daily; Sun, 11amCT
Authentic Mexican Restaurant
MONDAY SPECIAL: BTO Deluxe - Two Chicken and Bean Burritos Topped with Lettuce, Tomato and Sour Cream. $6.99

Appetizers & Salads, Combination Dinners, Vegetarian Combinations, Especial of the House Grill, Especial Seafood, Especial Steak, A La Carte Orders, Side Orders, Kids Menu, Desserts and Beverages.

Special: Pina Loca Grilled chicken, steak, or both, with chunks of pineapple, grilled onions and cheese on top. Served with beans, rice, and Mexican salad on the side, for $10.99.

We're Carry-Out only, and your call in orders are welcome! --Roy Ayala


Happy Cow Cafe
209 Will Walker Rd., Columbia, KY. 270-380-1817. Open seven days a week, 5amCT to 5pmCT. Nonsmoking. Credit cards accepted.
Homemade Food, Donuts made fresh daily, Specialty coffee drinks - breakfast every day all day! Click here to read our menu (PDF)

Our drive-through window makes it easy to pick up your order. Call us at 270-380-1817 so your order is ready when you get here. Happy Cow Cafe is now offering delivery, too!



Happy Hawg BBQ & More
Catering, Dine-In, Carry Out and Delivery. 270-585-4671, 23 East Steve Wariner Dr., Russell Springs KY
New winter hours: Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu and Sat 10amCT to 2pmCT; Fridays 10amCT to 5pmCT; Closed Sundays.
Monday Special: Pulled Pork with two sides, $5.50

Also served every day: Brisket, Shoulder, Chicken Breast, Loaded Nachos, Bbq Ribs, Ribeye, Hamburger, Mighty Dog, Smoked Sausage. Sides: Mustard Potato Salad, Slaw, Mac Salad, Baked Beans, Hawg's Grilled Cabbage, Cheezy Corn, Vingegar Slaw.

--Randy Young Owner



45 Birthdays and Anniversaries for April 6
Happy Anniversary, Keith and Barbara Bryant-Hancock (1985) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Anakin Yarberry | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Ashley Lackey (1984) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Jake Noel (1992) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Nancy Willis | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Richard Crawhorn | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Tiffany Coffey (1990) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Lester Stapp, Russell Springs, KY (1926-2019) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Carlos (Carl) Harris, Russell Springs, KY (1939-2019) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Dorothy Mae Shelley, Columbia, KY (1924-2020) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Margrie Cox, ElkHorn, Taylor Co., KY (1933) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, David Lee Wheeler, Taylor Co., KY (1948) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Melba Jean Jones, Green Co., KY (1931) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Gary Ramsey, Taylor Co., KY (1947 | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Chris Lefever, Taylor Co., KY (1971) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Hazel Wise, Taylor Co., KY (1931) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Odford Reese, Jr., Russell Springs, KY (1938) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Little Mark Dulworth, Taylor County, KY (1960) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Clara Beatrice Coffey, Adair Co., KY (1923) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Virl Gosser Russell Springs, KY (1924) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Benita Montgomery, Adair County, KY native (1923) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Jeff Sharp, Campbellsville, KY (1985) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Luther Stephens, Russell County, KY (1920) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Kathy G. Bunch, Russell County, KY (1952-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Brenda G. Wethington, Casey Co., KY (1955-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Benjamin Gordon Berley (1946-2010) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Harvey A. Davis, Casey Co., KY (1926-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mrs. Delois Murrel Free, Metcalfe County, KY (1942-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mr. James Lawrence Mason, Taylor Co., KY (1980-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Shirley Bennett, 75, Campbellsville, KY (1939-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mrs. Colena Patterson, Green Co., KY (1961-2015) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Greg Luttrell, 61, Casey County, KY (1954-2015 | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Nancy Bouldin Suddarth Willis, 83, Adair Co., KY (1932-2015) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mrs. Elois Murrell Keltner, 85, Green Co., KY (1942-2015) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Jeffrey Gallagher, 59, Russell Co., KY (1956-2016) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Douglas Arnold Thiery, 74, Adair Co., KY/Cook Co., IL native (1943-2017) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Ben Gordon Berley, Maricopa Co., AZ, Columbia, KY native (Apr. 6 1946-Oct. 29, 2010) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Doug Luttrell, Russell County, KY (1971-2019) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Jerry Lane Judd, Green County, KY (1948-2019) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, JoAnn Williams Burress, Taylor Co., KY (1940-2010) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Oneda L. Corner, Russell County, KY (1935-2019) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Ruby Barger, formerly of Adair Co., KY (1913-2009) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Terry Willis, Flatwoods, KY (1951-2018) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Veronica Bonnie Carter Martin, formerly of Cumberland County, KY Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, William Lawrence Miller, Jamestown, KY (1955-2020) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
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