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Judge's office closed today and tomorrow, 28-29 Oct 2020

By Gale Cowan
Adair County Judge Executive

The Adair County Judge's Office (only this office, all others staying the same) is completely closed today and tomorrow, October 28 and 29, 2020. I was notified late Tuesday night that we had someone in our office for a meeting on Monday morning that ended up testing positive for the COVID19 virus on Tuesday.

Even though our building is closed to general public, we are continuing with county business and at times it is necessary for people to still be in our offices by appointment.

Everyone in the office was social distancing and wearing mask, but I still want to go on the safe side and close until we can get the area fogged/disinfected on Thursday.

Phones are in the process of being transferred to my cell phone so if you need something, please call the office number, 270-384-4703, and we should still be able to help you. You may also email questions or concerns to Please continue to pray for everyone being affected by this virus.

This story was posted on 2020-10-28 09:10:04
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