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This article first appeared in issue 26, and was written by Staff.


Lynn Earl Huddleston, son of Frances and Columbia Attorney Earl Huddleston, has received the distinction of being named a Presidential Scholar. This is one of the highest awards a teacher can receive.

Larry Walker, President of First National Bank discovered the web site, Presidential and says Lynn Earl was among only four selected from Kentucky.


Pen Waggener brought his parents, Ed and Linda Waggener, a sample of the just-printed Simon & Schuster Crossword Puzzle Book which carries his second sale to that publisher. The puzzle book is available in bookstores now.


Tina and Steve Parson are brimming with pride over the success their 12-year-old son Michael has earned.

Participating in the 4-H project under Director Tony Rose, Michael's "Gradyville Flood" presentation won top honors in the Adair County contest in his age group.

Michael is a student at John Adair Middle School. Steve works at Wal-Mart and Tina works at Community Trust Bank.

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