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Somebody please help. They're keeping us in the dark

By Ed Waggener

I'm beginning to feel paranoid. There's so much nobody is telling me enough about to write stories about: 1) Whether or not a Cracker Barrel restaurant is going to land in Campbellsville, KY, at the old Fruit of the Loom site or not. 2) When the Big Boys of Columbia business are going to start the hotel at Holladay Place. 3) What the next big development, said to be too big to get on the Internet, is going to be, at Holladay Place. 4) Whether or not a huge truck stop is, in fact, going to be built on the Dohoney Farm now that it's annexed into the City of Columbia. 5) Whether or not there's a State of the Art Recording Studio going into the Firestone/Arnold Building in Downtown Columbia, igniting another growth spurt in Downtown Columbia.

If anybody knows anything about this, or any other news, please let me know, with the caveat: If I knew, I'd be telling our readers. That's my job. -Ed Waggener, 270-250-2730.

This story was posted on 2012-05-18 04:58:48
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