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Area News Stories: Links to our Top 10 August 10, 2007

Today's top links include story by Dr. Phil Aaron in Adair Progress, a boating accident on Holmes Bend in the Community Voice, a "Moist" wet-dry petition in Glasgow: an obituary, Richard Cooper, in the Commonwealth-Journal; a delightful story of a model airplane builder from the Albany, KY paper; a story of Fiscal Court/Library Board conflict in Liberty; a story of a teen injury in an accident in Burkesville, KY; the story of a plant closing in Greensburg; and links to two stories from Campbellsville: a CU story on Pamela Elizabeth McCardwell, and a CKNJ online story about Smith Ridge opposition to being annexed.

The links follow:


Dr. Phil Aaron story on Fugitte Science Center
There's a must read feature article by Columbia physician Dr. Phil Aaron posted Thursday, August 9, 2007, in the Adair Progress online, and in the print version for sale around Adair County: A Work Of Art Stained Glass Window At LWC's Fugitte Science Center Is Complete

'Moist" petition in Glasgow is underwayDay 1: Signatures trickle onto petitionMoist supporters have until Aug. 14 to sign at two locations is by Gina Kinslow and was posted August 09, 2007 1:27pm in the Glasgow, KY, Daily Times on line. Relates to drive for limited alcoholic beverage sales in the Barren County capitol.

Model airplane story, Clinton County
. . . pastor 'looks to the skies' for more than faith tells about Albany pastor who is member of Somerset Balsa Busters model airplane club, has been posted in the Albany, KY, Clinton County News Online.

Last surviving member of John Sherman Cooper family diesObituary: Richard Cooper was posted in the Somerset, KY, Commonwealth Journal on August 8, 2007.

Casey Fiscal Court opposes library tax increaseTOO HIGHFiscal court opposes library's '07 tax rate is by Donna Carman and is posted in the Casey County News online, Wednesday, August 8, 2007.

Boating accident at Holmes Bend
A story CM didn't carry, Lexington Man injured in boating accident is by Sharon Burton in the Adair County Community Voice online, and in the August 8, 2007, print version of the paper, on sale around Adair County.

Vehicle accident in Burkesville news
Radford critically injured in accident last week is about teenager falling from vehicle in which he was a passenger. Story at Cumberland County News online, posted August 8, 2007.

Plant closes in Greensburg, KYIndiana Hardwoods shutters local plant is in the August 8, 2007, Greensburg Record-Herald online.

CU story on accident vicim Pamela McCardwellTragic accident claims life of Pam McCardwell with photo of 20 year old Christian Social Ministries at Campbellsville University, was posted August 8, 2007.

Smith Ridge residents fight Campbellsville annexation
Annexation on the November ballot is in the CKNJ online Thursday, August 9, 20007, and is by James Roberts.


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