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Seniors earn automotive certifications at Green Co. Tech Center


2016-05-06 - Campbellsville High School, 230 W Main (campus), Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, CIS.
Campbellsville High School seniors Ruben Reyes, Above and Andy Sabo (See:Seniors earn automotive certifications at Green Co. Tech Center), recently completed their automotive service excellence certification at the Green County Area Technology Center. Reyes is now college and career ready in automotive, and Sabo was previously college and career ready in automotive.

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Spring into Cash Spring Yard Sale in Somerset


2016-05-06 - 2292 Highway 27 South, Somerset, KY - Photo from the Center for Rural Development. Support photo for yard sale ad. For current yard sale information, see Yard Sales in CM CLASSIFIEDS
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Walking Classroom site work underway at Adair Co. Schools


2016-05-06 - Off Indian Drive, Adair County School District, Columbia, KY - Photo by David Jones, ACDS Maintenance Director.
When there are lulls in the rain, prep work is underway in a joint Adair County School District, Jelaine Harlow of the Adair County Health Department and W.A.T.C.H. to open an innovative Walking/Talking Classroom in a grove of trees between the ACMS Football field and Adair County High School. It is a part of a overall plan toward better health, higher mental acuity, with subsequent economic development benefits that is underway in what may be master plan to use available resources to accomplish the primary goal of better health through Walking and Talking. Conducting outdoor classes, conferences, board meetings, events where participants get a minimum of 10,000 steps in each day, regardless of whether they go to a walking track, walk while shopping, walk inside their homes, at work, or by simply walking anytime they are on a cell-phone, so their answer to "What are you up to?" is a figure the other party will easily understand. "10,000." is a super answer.

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Gov. Bevin signs anti-bullying law


2016-05-06 - Frankfort, KY. - Photo From Governor Bevins Communications office.
Morgan Cross, along with her parents Craig and Susan, join Gov. Bevin, Sen. Mike Wilson, Rep. Rita Smart, Rep.Regina Bunch, Rep.Derrick Graham and Sen. Dorsey Ridley for ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 228.

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Rose on a Rainy Day, Pine Branch Road, Cumberland Co. KY


2016-05-06 - Pine Branch Road, Cumberland Co. KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com (c).
A beautiful rose, in the garden of Mr. & Mrs. Jackie McClister on Pine Branch Road, Cumberland County, KY, after the rain. - LW

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