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Looking back, looking ahead: Your opinions, please

A tip on reviewing 2010: It's easy on CM. 1) Go to Daily News for Friday, January 1, 2010. Review the news and photo slide show for that day, one year ago today. 2) Change date in the box for Daily news for Friday, January 1, 2010 to 2010-01-02 and view Daily News for January 2, 2010, read that day's news and scan the photo slide show, and then move through the year, a day at a time or any other way you want to check a day in history through

You are invited to share thoughts on the year just ended and the year ahead.

Some topics suggested, but not limited to, are:
  1. The most important event of 2010
  2. The most important newsmaker of the year
  3. The Adair Countian of the Year. Adair County Woman? Adair County Man?
  4. The greatest loss of 2010
  5. The biggest avoidable boondoggle of the year which occurred
  6. What should have happened but didn't?
  7. The most noteworthy photo nomination
  8. The most noteworthy news story
  9. 2010 in Food: Most significant advance in area?
  10. 2010 in Sports: Event of the Year. Athlete of the Year
Looking ahead:
  1. What you most hope to see happen in Adair County in 2011? What goals do you have for Columbia for the Decade? What do you envision by 2020?
  2. What can be done about to make our schools, academically, the best in Kentucky at in 2020?
  3. Your predictions for 2010. For the Decade?
  4. What needs to happen for economic growth?
  5. What you think should happen on City/County mergers in 2010? Streamline utilities, complete gas department merger with Columbia-Adair County Utilities District?
  6. What you think should happen on Adair County's dry status?
  7. Any other comment on For 2011? For goals for decade, what Columbia-Adair County will look like in 2020?
Send comments, essays, suggestions using any of the Contact/Submitbuttons. Submissions of any length will be considered for posting. The searchbox on may be a tool to use to remember what's happened in Adair County.

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