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Neighbor from nearby county re-considers trips here

Comments re photo 69813 Principal Youngs 4x4 and trailer after fire

Name withheld writes:
As someone in a neighboring county I find this to be a monumental smear of nastiness across Adair County. Mr. Reed is so right to get out of there and Mr. Young should do the same. . . Waste of precious time and talents in such a vindictive environment and yes, terrorism! I used to enjoy visiting Columbia, especially since it now offers wine AND Wal-Mart! But, after this, I may never find myself there again. - Name withheld who wrote: "I don't want my property to be up in flames"

Thanks, Neighbor - As requested, your name is being withheld. We hope you reconsider.

Adair County isn't alone in outbursts of violence. The vast majority of citizens know this, and are going about their lives pretty much as normal. Even though you attribute the violence to a possible cause - we did delete that one note. Law enforcement, including the KSP Arson Investigator and Adair County Sheriff's office, are warning not to jump to any conclusions and to wait until the Kentucky Arson investigation is is complete. If you had seen Det. Alex Wesley at work, you'd surely have every confidence that if anyone can catch the perpetrator or perpepetrators, he will - and soon. - ED WAGGENER

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