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Looking Back Sat., 1 year ago: It was mostly about THE Band

There were 30 photos posted on Saturday, November 28, 2009. The big day saw the return of the Adair County Marching Band from their triumphant Macy's Day Parade, and band photos make up most of the slide show for that day. To see news and the 30 photo slide show, Click to Daily News for Saturday, November 28, 2009

A year earlier, on Saturday, November 29, 2008, there were only 3 pictures, but one of them was of a popular Epicurean Kentuckian feature on potato yeast rolls. To see news and the 3 photo slide show, Click to Daily News for Saturday, November 29, 2008





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