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A visit to old Breeding High School
By Linda Waggener and Geniece Marcum
On a perfect sunny November Friday, we explored southern Adair County toward the Cumberland County line and visited the little town of Breeding, KY. The main downtown has been bypassed so you have to turn off Highway 61 and wander in order to see the character of the town.
We rode out Independence Ridge Road until we couldn't go any farther, then on the return stopped to take a picture at the old Breeding High School.
As we were about to leave, we spotted a familiar face across the road so we stopped in and were welcomed by Ronnie and Connie Williams and their grandson Riley.
Turned out they get visitors and questions all the time. Once, Connie said, they had six cars in their driveway carrying Breeding High School alumni. The rest of the story is in the photos below this article.
This story was posted on 2015-11-21 08:38:20
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