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ACES 5th grader shows ATV safety features

2014-10-01 - 184 FFA Drive, AC School District Campus, Columbia, KY - Photo by Debbie Cowan. ACES 5th grader Hazel White points out safety features of an ATV with Adair County High FFA students, Jessica Simpson and Katie Spoon. Debbie Cowan
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ACES students help Adair EMS with first aid demonstration

2014-10-01 - ACES, 870 Indian DR, Columbia, Ky - Photo by Debbie Cowan. ACES students Angeliena Beighly and Amber Moore assist the Adair Ambulance service with a first aid demonstration during Farm Safety Day. - Debbie Cowan
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School Board Approves 2014-2015 budget

2014-10-01 - 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Early Risers - The Adair County School Board met in a special called meeting Tuesday morning at 8:30amCT, 30 Sep 2014 to approve a $28,352,589.29 working budget for Fiscal Year 2015, to approve a Race to the Top trip to Salt Lake City, UT, for Superintendent Alan Reed (at no expense to the District) and to renew the contract with Health Resources Insurance for Dental Care and Avesis or Eye Care, at same rates as last year. Around the table, Clockwise from left, Board member Quin Lasley (Div 2), Superintendent Alan W. Reed, Assistant Finance Officer Patty Reliford, who presented the budget; Finance Officer Renae Smith; Board Chairman Floyd Burton (4); Board Member Joseph Payne (3); and Board Member Greg Willis (3).
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Scenic Adair Co., KY: Fork of Glens Fork Creek

2014-10-01 - Third District, Adair Co., KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. Pretty without any water and, so far without a name we can learn. There are just a few pools of water in the steam, and a little most, and lots of flat rock. So far, going to the very highest District and County Road Department levels, we haven't be able to find a name for it. This is at it's crossing on T. Bradshaw Road. The stream rises on the Burbridge Farm on Yellowhammer and flows into Glens Fork Creek after passing through the Calvin Aaron farm Old Glens Fork Road, and the Henry Garnett place. If anyone knows either a proper or official name, just give a call 270-250-2730 or use the Comments button with this photo. - EW
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Scenic Adair Co., KY: T. Bradshaw Road at Yellowhammer Road

2014-10-01 - District 3, Adair Co., KY - Photo By Linda Waggener. Two of Adair County's most scenic byways, intersect twice about a mile apart. This is the more complex eastern one, with its graveled connector on the west side of the interchange. Probably a good thing, otherwise one might intuitively take the gravelled exit, become mesmerized by the beauty of the place, and never get off the loop. The view is looking toward Yellowhammer from T. Bradshaw; the right hand turn is the proper exit to get to Yellowhammer, thence to Old Glensfork Road, where one has to decide between a right turn to the Central Business District in Glensfork or a left to KY 55 South Road, which takes one past Tupman's Pond, and, just beyond, "Tutman" Lane. Curious signage, but still a part of some of the most gorgeous countryside on the planet. - EW
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