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Today, SUNDAY with CM, August 14, 2011

Welcome Lindsey Wilson Students

We hope you find your new South Central Kentucky home to be as wonderful as the hometown you left to attend Lindsey Wilson College. We hope you can readily sense how important you are to our community.

A reminder to bookmark these important locations on the web:
  • To keep up with campus community, if you haven't already done so.
  • - CM for Quick Updates, fewest clicks to information about Adair, Casey, Cumberland, Green, Metcalfe, Russell and Taylor Counties of South Central Kentucky to keep up to date on What's Going on in your new neighborhood.
  • - CM Events for coming Community Events in Adair, Casey, Cumberland, Green, Metcalfe, Russell and Taylor Counties of Kentucky. They come complete with Streets & Numbers for easy, gas and time saving drives to any CM listed event.
  • What's Cooking Today with Daily Updates, 7 days a week, on where to find the best food in South Central Kentucky
You're moving into one of America's most beautiful - and exciting - campus settings. Lindsey Wilson College has never looked better than today. We hope you take time to enjoy the vistas from the hill, and take time to read what it has meant over the decades to thousands of Lindsey students by reading G. Crump: How I discovered Columbia . . . when Columbus didn't to get a feel of what Lindsey Wilson College and the community of Columbia, KY, have meant to so many over the years.

Your ideas, photos, comments on making Columbia, KY, a more attractive, safer, easy to navigate community are always welcome, whether you are a student at Lindsey Wilson College or a parent, other relative, or special friend, we consider you now a special part of the community. Share by sending to CM using any Contact/Submit button, and join the world wide community participating in life in the Lindsey Wilson College neighborhood through CM. -Ed Waggener

SUNDAY with CM, August 14, 2011 had some great l Sunday Features
Here are Quick Links to selected favorite SUNDAY with CM columns, stories with perhaps some links to albums, and to news from the past week and beyond. SUNDAY with CM - AUGUST 14, 2011 for AUGUST 14, 2011 and your favorite writers + important news stories:

  • Helen Williams. Commentary/History The Valley in need of a voice a statement for keeping the Cane Valley, KY Post Office open
  • Click Readmore for more of Today, SUNDAY with CM, August 14, 2011, including a growing list of names on "A Time to Praise Great Adair Countians."

    A Time to Praise Great Adair Countians.
    More will be added today, we hope, with the help of readers. Along with it, we hope suggestions for what would be proper and fitting honors for the living, memorials for the dead, should be be considered by the community:
    • Charles Victor Sparks: The community continues to grieve. No one speaks of him with another who knew him without a choke, without misty eyes, and always, an story about how he personally touched so many lives, in both big and little ways. Thoughts are now turning to fitting memorials and tributes.

    • Dakota Meyer:: What tributes Adair and Green Counties have to tell the country how proud we are of Congressional Medal of Honor Dakota Meyer, whose name is already a household word in America? And who was claimed for a short time, by Austin, Texas (but the Austin American has updated their story in the last day: See A street? A school? A locally made movie?

    • BG James A. Williamson:And as we do, would it be a good time for Adair County to make a permanent monument to her first Congressional of Honor winner, BG James A Williamson: Son of Adair, Medal of Honor recipient? After all, it is significant that there are two Congressional Medal of Honor winners from one small town.

    • Rev. V.P. Henry. President of Lindsey Wilson College who, "Jim" says, almost single-handedly saved the school from being closed or moved to Louisville or merged with Bethel College, Winchester, KY.

    • Col. Frank Wolford: Does yet more need to be done to pay tribute to him? An article in Sunday with CM, by Jim about another facet of Frank Lane Wolford's career - as a statesman - brings to memory another quote by Adair County's Judge H.C. Baker from an earlier contribution by Cyrus:
      Judge H.C. Baker wrote this about Colonel Frank Wolford, after Wolford's death in 1895:
      He did not aspire to be any other body than Frank Wolford, and hence he had no model after which to pattern. Frank Wolford was sui generis, a diamond in the rough, and just a little different from all other diamonds.

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