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Black Bear spotted on KY 55, headed into John Ballou's field

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By Amy Melton

My husband was driving to town on Hwy 55 South yesterday around 4:45 p.m. when a black bear crossed the road in front of him. It went into a field owned by John Ballou. - AMY MELTON

This story was posted on 2015-06-08 06:01:42
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Black Bear spotted off KY 55 South Road, Sun 7 Jun 2015

2015-06-08 - John Ballou Woods, KY 55 S Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Amy Melton. Amy Melton sends this cellphone picture of a black bear which crossed KY 55 S Road, about three miles south of the Columbia Square into a field owned by John Ballou. The vehicle was headed north, toward Columbia; the direction of the bear would be east.
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Bear spotted in John Ballou Field, Sun 7 Jun 2015

2015-06-08 - KY 55 South Road, Columbia, KY - Photo from Amy Melton.
There's no mistaking what this animal is, a Black Bear, photographed Sunday, June 7, 2015, after it had cross KY 55 South Road, about three miles south of Columbia, KY, headed east through John Ballou's field.

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