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Adair Co. KY 911 Center Dec. 2011 Calls /Activity Report

Total of 1101 calls dispatched from the Adair County 911 during the month of December 2011.
  • 428 calls for the Columbia City Police
  • 363 calls for the Adair County Sheriff Department
  • 171 calls for the Adair County Ambulance Service
  • 21 calls for Adair County Search & Rescue
  • 14 calls for the Adair County Regional Jail
  • 12 calls for the Kentucky State Police
  • 10 calls for the Adair County Fire Department
  • 8 calls for the Breeding Volunteer Fire Department
  • 7 calls for the Knifley Volunteer Fire Department
  • 4 calls for the Columbia Fire Department
Report courtesy Greg Thomas, Adair County Emergency Management Director (EMD), Adair 911 Center, 107 N. High Street, Columbia, KY.

This story was posted on 2012-01-05 08:57:05
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Old Adair newspaper page with Rowe's X Roads news

2012-01-05 - Adair County, KY. - Photo from the Collection of Judge Scott Lawless.
Judge Scott Lawless sent this photo of an inside page of an old Adair County News paper. In the third column, headed Rowe X Roads, is the account of the Weed Old Soldiers Reunion.

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