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TODAY, Monday, October 23, 2006, in Columbia, KY

Monday morning. 1) Representative Ed Whitfield will be in Columbia, today, at 1:00pm CT, in the Council Meeting room at City Hall, bearing a big check for the Green Hills Sewer project. . 2) Free trash disposal starts for City of Columbia Residents today, with dumpsters set up at the Fairgrounds. 3) Haunted Hallo-Read begins at 5:00 today at Adair County Elementary School. 4) And the revival at Milltown continues tonight. Click here or Events or in Quick Links for more complete details.
Adv: Today's Events are brought to you by HUDDLE HOUSE, across KY 210 from Wal-Mart, Campbellsville, KY. Join us for a great food. Breakfasts are served 24/7/365, along with the mouth-watering lunch and dinner entrees. Eat with home folks. You never know who you'll run into from Adair County at the HUDDLE HOUSE. Gaylon & Phyllis Yarberry, owners

Traffic and parking.Watch for School Buses this morning and afternoon. National School Bus Safety Week is now past, but the need to observe safe driving rules continues. Remember, too, that the drive to town has added danger from Boy Deer in Love. Mating season has started. Adair County motorists fare second worst to Taylor County in deer/auto mishaps in the seven-county area. There will be a fairly heavy amount of court traffic and parking today, with 73 cases in District Court; none in Circuit. To check future Adair County Court docket, click on Kentucky Court of Justice or Go to Quick Links.

Congratulations: To Corinna Hughes, Corinna Jackson, and the Adair County Fair Board for showing in Boone County Band Festival. To the Adair County Band for victories at Boone County. To Columbians Dr. Phil Aaron, Dr. Julia Goodin, Morris Grubbs, and Paul Peck, for special recognition at the Lindsey Wilson Alumni Banquet during Homecoming weekend. And, of course, to Blake Cowan on getting his first deer.

Fall color: Most of the county is ablaze with bright leaves. From the Green County line to Columbia, leaves are at or near the peak of color. Dogwoods look best right now, and, along with sumac, are the brightest reds in the woods. Time is a-awasting, however. In a few spots where rains have been heaviest, many trees are past prime color. A very few are already bare. Worthy of note, in the fall checklist, is that persimmons are plentiful this year; there are great Adair County heritage recipes for everything from persimmon pie to persimmon pudding to persimmon cookies. If you must, googling desired persimmon recipes will find almost anything. Persimmon authority David Burris said the three frost have rendered them sweet, with very little chance of persimmon pucker.

Election Countdown: The fall election is just 15 days away, from today. Absentee voters can vote by machine in the County Court Clerk's office, weekdays. You've got until 4:00pm CT, Wednesday, October 27, 2006, to file a declaration of intent as a write-in candidate (not less than 10 days before election). To check other election dates, call or visit the office of Adair County Court Clerk Ann Melton in the Adair County Annex building, or to see the election calendar online, Click Here

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2006 Adair County High School Band: Rifles in air



2006-10-23 - Boone County Band Festival. - Photo By Doyle Lloyd.
Photographer Doyle Lloyd caught this spectacular moment, with rifles aloft, in the Adair County High Band performance in its Grand Championship victory at Boone County Saturday, October 21, 2006.

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2006 Adair County High School Band: Brass



2006-10-23 - Boone County Band Festival. - Photo By Doyle Lloyd.
A PROUD MOMENT for Adair County was captured, above, as the brass performed in the competition at Boone County, Saturday, October 21, 2006. The band took top honors at the event.

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