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On KY 206: Is it a BEAR or COW???


Ed, please don' use my name.

However, please go up Hwy 206 and look on the left side of the road about one mile up. The sun was so bright that I could not determine whether it was a bear or a dead cow.

The word here (where I work) is that it is a dead BEAR. If that is the case, it is a rather large one.

Hey, if this is the case. We would have have actual pictures of black bear in Adair County.

Being the great reporter that you are....I will look later to see what you find.

Dispatch from a supposed BR Bear Board Member (or Wannabe)

Thanks! This is downright incredible news. But as close as this is to Casey County, it is little wonder there's a bear there. If anyone gets photographic evidence before we do, please send it before our phone starts ringing off the hook. -EW

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