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New Columbia/Greater Bliss: Momentous local event at hand
Two years ago, the lights came on at Exit 46 on this day. See: Comments re photo 63951 Lights are coming on at Cumberland PkwyKY 61 interchange. Just a few day's hence, another huge event will be happening here, a major opening in the Pinewood Shopping Centre. Also in this community letter, 9 cows and 7 calves are in trouble.
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By Victoria Pike
Scribe for Greater Bliss, New Columbia, & The Flat Woods
December 16, 2015 the interchange lights on the Cumberland Parkway and Burkesville Road, New Columbia Greater Bliss area came on for the first time. This was a momentous occasion in Adair County history. Since then things have been chugging right along with new development everywhere. The girls can now see what is going on 24 hours a day.
And they have lots to keep an eye on.
Miss Shannon's business is opening next week, we hear
We hear Miss Shannon's Adair County Quik Lube will be opening next week.
The girls have been told to be in their best behavior since they may be her customers entertainment while their vehicle is being serviced.
Also other buildings are under construction to be finished by spring.
One small note, 9 cows and 7 calves are in a bit of trouble this morning.
Seems they pushed the cattle trailer door open where I store empty feed sacks and proceeded to look for one with a little feed in it since they were so terribly hungry.
It's only been about 16 hours since they last dined on 100 pounds of grain.
No rest for a busy farm gal.
Warning to litter bugs
I must get to work gathering feed sacks and having a nice talk with those girls about NOT being litter bugs.
We have enough of that without them adding to the problem.
- Victoria Pike
This story was posted on 2017-12-16 10:43:58
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