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Research on the right bug repellent for kids

This is updated research on bug repellents like DEET, and how to be safe, especially with children. See specific details in the tips at the end of this article.

Bug repellents do more than just prevent itchy bites and save your camping trip -- in regions where mosquito-borne illnesses like malaria and dengue fever are endemic, repellents literally saves lives.

Among today's bug repellent options, the active ingredient DEET, with its decades-long track record for safety and effectiveness, is still widely considered the gold standard for bug spray. Repellents that contain compounds like picaridin and IR3535 are also effective against mosquitoes and other biting insects, though both of these options lack DEET's very long history on the market. And oil of lemon eucalyptus (OLE), not to be confused with lemon eucalyptus essential oil, is common in so-called natural products.


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2024-06-15 11:20:28 | Comments | See topic Health Care


Youngest PT team member


2024-06-15 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Tiny Creed Miles, 7 weeks of age, was the youngest in attendance at the ribbon cutting celebration for the newly expanded TJ Health Columbia rehabilitation center. Creed is in the arms of his Mom, Makensey Miles, of Sulphur Well, KY. They are with Physical Therapy team members at the special event held this week.


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Phillip Coffey - At The Post

AT THE POST - By Phillip Wood Coffey

“Well, we’re all ‘at the post each and every day”
He wryly said to his innocent, younger son
With whatever that must be, tied together or won


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2024-06-15 09:45:29 | Comments

Current Local Conditions
Adair: 83 F
Casey: 83 · Cumberland: 87 · Green: 84
Metcalfe: 83 · Russell: 84 · Taylor: 84
Updated at 6:00pm Saturday, June 15, 2024
  High/Low: 87 F / 65 F
SLP: 1014.6
Wind: NNE at 3
Dewpoint: 64 F
Relative Humidity: 53.01%
Precipitation: 0 in. today

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


KAFC approves $500K in area loans

From Madison Pergrem
Frankfort, KY - The Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corp. (KAFC) approved $3,621,701 for 22 agricultural loans for projects across the Commonwealth at its monthly board meeting, including a $250,000 AILP loan in Metcalfe County and a $250,000 BFLP loan in Taylor County.


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VFW seeks local WWII Veterans

From Joe Hare

VFW Columbia Post 6097 is in search of any and all WWII veterans that are living in Adair County. These veterans are "the great generation" and we wish to know who and where you are in the community. Any Adair Countians that live out of town we would also like this info.

We are looking for this info only so that we would be able to honor these vets from time to time. The information is for our use and would go no further than our post. We are asked quite often about our WWII veterans by the public.

If you or one of your loved ones would like to send this info to us you may do so by contacting Joe Hare, 304 Jamestown St, Columbia, KY, or by email at jlhare1@gmail.com, or call or text 270-634-0285.


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2024-06-15 07:40:18 | Comments | See topic Veterans and Veterans Day

Events scheduled for today, June 15, 2024
All events are listed in Central Time. | Submit your upcoming event using our Contact Form.
8:00amCTRed Cross blood drive at Asbury Church (ID:67123 | Permanent Link | Comment/Correction)
1:00pmCTHistoric Giles House in Knifley open for the season (ID:67032 | Permanent Link | Comment/Correction)
Services for Allen Simpson Keltner, 96, Adair Co., KY (1927-2024) (ID:67132 | Permanent Link | Comment/Correction)
3:00pmCTCars for Christ Saturday on the Square in Edmonton (ID:67138 | Permanent Link | Comment/Correction)
6:00pmCTBill Twyman Gospel Sing at Kelleyville Community Church
(ID:67079 | Permanent Link | Comment/Correction)

Visit the Events Page for details about the events listed above and for events on upcoming days. Please use our Contact Form to let us know about your organization's upcoming events.

Moose on the job


2024-06-15 - Shelbyville, KY - Photo by Hailey Waggener.
He may be napping, and the message on the sunglasses may say, "Don't be afraid of little ole me," but Moose is a light sleeper and a quick responder, so care is advised when entering his and Hailey's space.


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Letter: The real heroes

Chris Bennett writes:
So the real heroes in this story is our local utility workers. Tyler Edwards is our local KU service man, I forwarded that story to him Saturday morning and he took care of it Monday. Tyler is from Green County where his father Mike works for Taylor County RECC. Both are great to deal with, top notch guys!

We are really lucky to have good electrical utility workers in our area, KU and Taylor County RECC both have a great crew of guys that to be honest have a real tough job. When the weather is terrible, when it is the coldest, when it is the wettest, when it is the hottest and it is almost always at night. They are out trying to get our lights back on. As the local electrical inspector I deal with these guys on a daily basis and trust me when I tell you that as a community we are blessed to have the guys that we do.
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2024-06-15 07:37:54 | Comments | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Cars for Christ Saturday on the Square in Edmonton

Bring your classic/show cars and trucks, motorcycles, tractors, etc., to share with others in "Cars for Christ" Saturday, June 15, 2024.

The show will be starting at 3pmCT on the Edmonton Public Square.

This is a free event sponsored by Winfrey's Chapel Church.


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2024-06-15 00:53:06 | Comments | See topic Church News

Economic Development Authority to meet June 18

From Larry Walker, Chairman
Columbia-Adair County Economic Development Authority

The Columbia-Adair County Economic Development Authority will meet at 8amCT on Tuesday, June 18, 2024, at the Welcome and Development Center, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY.

Meeting Agenda:


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2024-06-14 10:35:44 | Comments | See topic Local Government

Butterflies on Milkweed


2024-06-15 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Many butterflies visit this Milkweed garden and the eye-catcher is the bright yellow Eastern Tiger Swallowtail.


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Carol Perkins: Who was that?

Previous Column: When the lights go out

By Carol Perkins

I rushed out of one store at the mall and headed to another when a familiar face swept by me. I stopped and turned back, and she did the same.

"I haven't seen you forever," I said, and we hugged. During our exchange of pleasantries, I quickly recognized that this woman did not know me from Adam. She was looking for clues to discover the identity of the woman who seemed to know her so well.

"I'm her husband," the man walking beside her said.

I should have introduced myself at that moment, but I assumed she would do that. She couldn't because she was lost! I continued to talk about the time I visited their home.


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2024-06-14 10:10:35 | Comments | See topic Carol Perkins


Letter: Thanks from Robert

Robert Ellis writes:
Thanks Phillip for your compliment on my photography. My hope, by posting these images on Columbia Magazine, is that it might inspire others to visit the great American Southwest!
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2024-06-14 10:06:37 | Comments | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Seeing through the Eyes of Others

The Kentucky Wilderness, Daniel Trabue (1760-1840), John Muir (1830-1914), and Marco Sioli, in 2024

By Phil Hanna

Twenty-five years after his February 1999 visit to Columbia, Marco Sioli, a professor of American history from Italy, returned to Columbia. On May 28th and 29th, 2024, he gave two talks: 1. Memory of the Wilderness: Daniel Trabue and the Frontier of Kentucky, at the Genealogy and History Center, and 2. From Transcendentalism to Environmentalism: John Muir in Kentucky, at the Trabue-Russell House. He also revisited the Anderson Cemetery where Daniel Trabue and his wife, Mary Haskins Trabue, are buried; the cemetery, now rehabilitated, restored, stones repaired and marked with a new sign.

Sioli's very first encounter with Adair County, came from his 1998 article, Huguenot Traditions in the Mountains of Kentucky: Daniel Trabue's Memories (Journal of American History). In that work, Sioli envisioned Kentucky through the eyes and writing of Daniel Trabue, who in his journal (1827), used words and phrases such as sublime, rivers, hills, spruce, pine ...everything looking new, as if entering into the garden of Eden. Trabue's grandfather had fled France in 1687 due to the persecution of Protestants. For Trabue, the wilderness of Kentucky represented freedom, danger, opportunity, and the possibility of life in a new world. Trabue's words were Sioli's first impressions of Kentucky.

His second talk, on John Muir, a naturalist and botanist, was at the Trabue-Russell House in which Sioli described Kentucky through the eyes of John Muir and his 1867 walk through Kentucky.


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2024-06-14 09:41:38 | Comments


Caregiver's Thank You

By Diane R Wallace

The death of my mother, Joyce Youngs, only months from laying my sister, Carol Peasley to rest, has brought an unexpected onslaught of unexpected community support.

A special thank you to my friends and former co-workers from the Adair County Health Department (Rhonda, Cindy, Brooke, Pam and Melody); the Caregivers Support Group (Linda and Betty), my mothers best friend, Joyce Evans, who faithfully made regular visits with mom, Joy Miller who helped me maintain sanity; Janet Wright (Greensburg) who tended to mother to the very end; the staff at Bank of Columbia; Hosparus (Christy, Sarah, Robin, and Deanna). Also thank you for the many check-ins with text messages, phone calls and cards with whom I have shared my struggles and whom have also shared their own struggles with me.

My family, all rural New York transplants: brother-in-law (Ken Peasley), my father (Richard A. Youngs) sister (Carol Peasley, and now my mother (Joyce Youngs) are resting in peace here in Columbia, KY. I am so thankful for the compassion and friendship received from this community. God Bless All of You.


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2024-06-14 09:28:47 | Comments | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Tourism meeting held in Campbellsville


2024-06-14 - Taylor County, KY - Photo from Paige Nickel.
Regional Southern Kentucky Lakes tourism meeting was held in Taylor County this week and was followed up with their Chamber of Commerce meeting and lunch. The Deputy Commissioner of Kentucky Tourism, Nancy Turner, sixth from right, was the guest speaker.


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Congratulations Lady Indians basketball

By Trey Stephens
Sports Writer for Columbia Magazine

The Adair County Lady Indians basketball team came up with two big summer ball wins on Wednesday at Campbellsville University.

The team defeated Casey County 46-23 in their first game. They followed by a win over Shelby County 61-31.


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2024-06-14 08:27:20 | Comments | See topic Sports

Letter: street light is back on in Columbia

A grateful Kathryn Burton says:
I want to thank you all very much for what you did for me - the utilities came and fixed the street light. Chris Bennett called in - they were here early Monday morning - I really appreciate what you've done and have a blessed week!”
Re: Street light needs replacing downtown
Columbia Magazine is proud of Kathryn who didn't give up and kept asking, and glad to have been able to share the dilemma with readers and help find answers. Thanks to Chris Bennett, Stuart Carman and JIM, who responded.


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2024-06-14 07:44:18 | Comments | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Birthdays and Anniversaries for June 15
Happy Anniversary, Billy and Mitzi Burton (1974) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, BJ and Tasha Huff (2007) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, Brandy and Brent Thompson (2002) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, Kenny and Heather Kirby (2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Hannah Lee McKinley (2010) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Jeannette Montgomery | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Jeremy Hancock | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Julie Breeding (1974) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Kami Pike (2005) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Margaret Jones | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Mary L. Davis | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Teresa Richard | (Updates/Corrections)
View all birthdays and anniversaries for this month and next month on our Celebrations Page. Submit your birthday or anniversary using our Contact Form.

Letter: Robert Ellis photos take me there

Phillip Coffey writes:
Truly, Robert Ellis photos, thanks!
I don’t have to leave home to “be there” vicariously.
Re: Travel collections


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2024-06-14 07:37:59 | Comments | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Letter: THANK YOU! Walmart

By Roldcat

Yesterday, I went shopping at Walmart. When I checked out in the self-checkout line, I neglected to pick up all of my bagged packages. In doing so, I left behind 4 items that were valued at $22.00. The bagged merchandise was picked up and taken by the next customer in line. I called Walmart and let them know of my error in leaving the merchandise on the checkout counter. They told me to bring my receipt back to the store on my next visit.

I returned to Walmart this morning. A manager took my receipt and reviewed a video tape of my transaction at the self-checkout register. They confirmed that I had left the bagged merchandise on the counter and that it was picked up by the next customer in line. The manager instructed me to re-pick the items from the store shelves, they were bagged up for me at the customer service desk and I was on my way without having to re-purchase the items.

I want to thank Walmart and the manager very much for helping me get through this issue that I caused for myself, without any monetary loss on my part. I know that Walmart is a multi-billion dollar corporation that can handle the $22.00 loss a lot easier than I could and I appreciate that they were willing to do this for me.

It would really be nice if the customer that picked up my items probably by mistake, would be honest and return the merchandise back to Walmart so that they in turn would not suffer the loss as well.


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2024-06-13 19:57:52 | Comments | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Scenic Green County: roses decorate the bank


2024-06-14 - Green County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Wild pink roses cover the bank in front of the farm buildings.


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Edmonton awarded $750k for park project

From Crystal Staley/James Hatchett

Frankfort, KY - On June 13, 2024, at his weekly Team Kentucky Update, Gov. Andy Beshear announced that $8.5 million will go to 12 projects across Kentucky to improve community facilities.

Among the recipients in the announcement was the city of Edmonton, which will use $750,000 to help build a community center and amphitheater at Edmonton Memorial Park. The center will provide space for meetings and social events, as well as physical fitness activities. The amphitheater will host concerts and other cultural events. The City of Glasgow and Marion County were also awarded funding for community projects.

"Kentucky is seeing amazing strides in industries like health care and tourism, which are supporting our booming economy," said Gov. Beshear. "When we invest in our communities, we are making investments that help improve the lives of our families and support economic growth and new jobs."


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Cameron Mills to preach at Columbia Christian Church

From John Davis, Senior Minister
Columbia Christian Church

Former UK Basketball stand-out Cameron Mills will be the guest preacher at Columbia Christian Church for this Sunday, Father's Day, June 16, 2024. There will also be a lunch immediately following. All are welcome.

Columbia Christian Church is located at 206 Campbellsville St., Columbia, KY.


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2024-06-13 15:17:27 | Comments | See topic Church News

What's Cooking in Columbia Today
Click restaurant names for hours, directions, and prices.

Betty's Country Cooking
MENU 2339 Campbellsville RD, Columbia, KY - Phone 270-384-5664. Bettys is open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 5:30amCT to 8pmCT, and on Sunday from 8amCT to 3pmCT. Breakfast served anytime. Credit Cards accepted. Non-smoking.
On the hot bar today, Saturday, June 15, 2024:
Turkey and Dressing, Tenderloin, Meatloaf, Smoked Sausage with Peppers and Onions, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Corn, Macaroni and Cheese, Pinto Beans, Sweet Potato Casserole, Baby Carrots, Key West Blend, Breaded Okra, Cranberry Sauce, Hushpuppies, Rolls, Cornbread, Garlic Bread

Come In, Grab A Plate, & Enjoy!


Fiesta Mexico of Columbia
819 Jamestown St., Columbia KY. 270-384-6004. Hrs.: 10:30amCT daily; Sun, 11amCT
Authentic Mexican Restaurant
Saturday Special: Nachos Supreme Cheese nachos with assorted toppings of beef, chicken and beans covered with lettuce, tomato & sour cream. $8.25

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: Pollo Fiesta A whole chicken breast filled with bacon and cheese, and covered with cheese dip. Comes with rice, beans, salad and tortillas.

We're open for distanced inside dining, and your call in orders are welcome!
--Roy Ayala


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 is open today from 11amCT to 9pmCT!
Steaks & Ribs, Seafood, Chicken, Combinations and Vegetarian Platters, Sides, Salads, Soups, Sandwiches, Wraps, Burgers

Click here to read our menu


Happy Hawg BBQ
114 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY. 270-585-4671. Open from 10amCT to 6pmCT Monday through Saturday, closed Sundays. Mastercard, Visa, and Discover accepted. Catering available.
Happy Hawg BBQ is open daily with shoulder, brisket, chicken and more, plus burgers and hotdogs, chicken strips, fries, rings, nachos, appetizers, homemade sides, soft serve ice cream, milkshakes, and other treats.
Randy Young, owner



Agenda for June 14 City Council meeting

From Woody Sharpe
City Clerk/Treasurer

The Columbia City Council will hold a Special Called Meeting at 11:15amCT on Friday, June 14, 2024, at City Hall, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY. Items on the agenda include second readings of two budget ordinances, one for the current fiscal year and one for the coming fiscal year.

Meeting Agenda:


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2024-06-13 11:06:43 | Comments | See topic Local Government

New school buildings, 1920

From Mike Watson

The Adair County News carried a short, but important announcement from the Adair County School Board of new school buildings in the county for the next terms in 1920.

From the Adair Co. News, 25 February 1920:
The Board of Education let the following contracts for erecting school buildings, a few days ago. Rainfall, to Charles Thomas, for $950. Spout Springs, to Frank Burton and Wm. Smiley, $1,000. Roy, to U. S. and John Antle, $750.


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2024-06-13 10:54:43 | Comments | See topic Mike Watson - History

Ribbon cutting ceremony at Summit Manor NH


2024-06-14 - Columbia, KY - Photo from Mayor Pam Hoots.
Summit Manor Nursing Home hosted a ribbon cutting to mark the opening of their new game room on Thursday. From left are: Jessica Hansel, you, Ellen, Tina Sinclair, Rayshean Hughes, Misty Morgeson, Latasha Harden, Montana Salmon, Madelyn Wise, Malisha Hatcher Jeffrey Humble. In the back are Doyle Lloyd and Trey Stephens.


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Curry Reunion at Bearwallow on July 7

From Jada Atwood

The descendants of S.N. and Cordelia Curry will hold a family reunion at the Bearwallow Church Fellowship Hall on Sunday, July 7, 2024. Doors to the Fellowship Hall will open around 11:45amCT, with a potluck meal around NoonCT. All descendants are invited to come and have a great time of fellowship.

Bearwallow Church is located at 6090 Liberty Road, Columbia, KY, and the Fellowship Hall is located at 200 Bearwallow Cemetery Road, Columbia, KY.


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2024-06-13 10:49:21 | Comments


Remembrances for June 15
In Memory Birthday, Danny Sherrill McBeath, Russell Co. native (1945-2019) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Merle "Tutor" Benningfield, Taylor Co., KY (1930) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Virginia (Ginny) Willoughby, Taylor Co., KY (1941) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, William Henry Hall, 80, Greensburg, KY | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Herschel T. Compton, 83, Adair Co., KY native (1927) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Darrell Shipp, Taylor Co., KY (1948) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Sherry Kay Long, 46, Cumberland Co., KY (1965) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Lula May Smiley, Adair County, KY (1931) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Jerry L. Burton, Campbellsville, KY (1930) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mrs. Cozetta Pierce Snow, Green County, KY (1948-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Corrine Cobb Williams, Taylor County, KY (1928-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, LaRita Nueman, Taylor County, KY (1955-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Charles Ernest Mitchum, Glensfork, KY (1928-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Lucy G. Mings, Taylor Co., 1947-2015 | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Fred Arms, Russell County, KY (1918-2015) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Billy Wayne Jones, Greensburg, KY (1942-2016) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mr. Adrin Lee Shelton, Alvaton, KY formerly of Green County, KY (1940-2017) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Peggy Roberts Hall, Taylor County, KY (1939-2017) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Tyler Jordan Wilson, 25, Russell Co., KY/Taylor Co. KY native (1991-2017) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, James Daniel (J.D.) Long, Sr., Adair Co., KY; Green Co. native (1932-2017) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Alicia Irwin, 59, LeGrande, Center, & Campbellsville, Kentucky (d. 18 Jul 2017) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Donald Pettyjohn, Liberty, Casey County, KY (1944-2018) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, J.D. Montgomery, 79, Adair County, KY (1938-2018) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Jim Garnett Burris, 90, Taylor County, KY (1928-2018) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Diane (Tootie) Furkin, 63, Dunnville, KY (1957-2021) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Doris Jean Newton, 91, Campbellsville, KY (1932-2023) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Dr. Gary Ervin, 69, Green County, KY (1950-2019) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Glenn Ernest Smith, 85, Liberty, KY (1931-2017) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Judith Caldwell, 73, Columbia, KY (1949-2022) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Katharina Jagielka Kania (1875-1935) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mary Ann Durham Kelly, 63, Green County, KY Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Naomi Benningfield, 87, Campbellsville, KY (1933-2020) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Nina Stephens, 90, Russell Co., KY (1932-2022) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Ollie Opal McKenzie, 93, Edmonton, KY (1927-2021) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Robert Bagby, 84, Campbellsville, KY (1937-2020) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Ross Whitehouse, 82, Green County, KY (1936-2019) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Royce McQueary, 78, Russell Springs, KY (1944-2023) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Sonnie Wayne Matney, 85, Greensburg, KY (1938-2023) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Virginia Carol Thompson Polley, 74, Glasgow, KY (1942-2017) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Wilma Jean Stargel, 76, Columbia, KY (1947-2024) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)

 

































 
 
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