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Sunday fire takes home, possessions. Family needs help

By Lisa Greer, Adair Co. Clerk

The family of Eventis and Frances Warren of Robinson Ridge Road Knifley lost their home and all contents Sunday morning due to a fire.
- Eventis wears: Pants 36/29. Shirts large. Shoes 7/8.
- Frances wears: Skirts xl preferably with elastic. Blouses large. Shoes 7.5 or 8 (wide width).
Any and all items clothes or household items would be greatly appreciated.

Items may be dropped off at Adair County Clerks Office, Ste 3, 424 Public Square Columbia Ky. Phone 270-384-2801.

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