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What we were doing 9 years ago, New Year's Eve 31 Dec 2007

Read CM as a Daily Paper nine years ago: CM as a Daily Newspaper Sun 31 Dec 2006 with 9 photos, including Golda Meow, in the day's slide show.
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By Ed Waggener

New Year's Eve came on Monday, December 31, 2007, and Adair County had big not-so-sound plans plans for Westlake Regional Hospital and Courier Journal was getting a justly deserved scolding for putting down development of I-66.

Ralph Waggener's commentary that day can be read at:Commentary: It's time to develop all of Kentucky to its potential

Over at Westlake Regional Hospital, plans were afoot to build a grander facility, and the management released an artists conception of what the hospital would look like with a 3rd Story added. It was all scheduled for the winter of 2008-2009, but the project never happened. See photo: Westlake Regional Hospital: Exterior view after 3rd Floor added



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New Year's Eve 9 Years ago: Grand - or Grandiose - plans



2016-12-31 - Westlake Regional Hospital, 901 Westlake Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo Artist drawing from JRA, Louisville, KY.
The caption read: "COLUMBIA'S SKYLINE WILL CHANGE,sometime in the winter of 2008-2009 The drawing above shows Westlake Regional Hospital after third floor is added, as rendered by the architects, JRA, Louisville, KY. The construction time table projects the third floor to be fully enclosed by fall of 2008, and the new addition to be ready for use in fall of 2009. The image was part of a presentation to the Adair County Hospital Board of Trustees at its regular meeting, December 27, 2007." What a difference the years have made.

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New Year's Eve, 31 Dec 2007: Scolding, ridicule for CJ



2016-12-31 - South Central Printing - now Trifecta Print, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
The caption on Mon 31 Dec 2007, read: "SOUTH CENTRAL PRINTING COMPANY CEO RALPH WAGGENER with a visual he designed illustrating the Courier-Journal's myopic vision of Kentucky versus the size of Kentucky as seen by real people."
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