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Campbellsville sector BRBB secret agent sends hot link

An Adair County Blue Ribbon Bear Board member, a clandestine operative in the Suburban Campbellsville Sector, has just sent a link to an online story which relates to the picture Mikki Flowers sent yesterday of the Bear Cub in Janella Delp's backyard, just a few miles from Barnett's Creek Road in Adair County. The ink has hardly dried on the story, "Black bears spotted in south-central Kentucky" which appeared online at the on June 29, 2007, at 3:22pmET/2.22pmCT, when the agent checked in to the BRBB home base.

Sightings in the area are very common now, but no less exciting to BRBB members, whose faith in the presence of Bears in Adair County is now being abundantly validated. See Blue Ribbon Bear Board for more on this most ancient and venerated society.

This story was posted on 2007-06-29 15:35:29
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