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Advance party of Wounded Warrior group at OKCC


2014-04-18 - OKCC, 2339 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Betty's OK Country Cooking was honored by the presence of some 20 Wounded Warriors and volunteers who are enjoying an week in the country with at a camp under the direction of Adair County's Stevie Pelston, Breeding, KY. This group was in an advance party, and includes, clockwise from left Volunteer John Hornek, Louisville, KY; Jaremy Austin, Columbia, KY who saw action as a member of the Army National Guard; Charles Stewart, Oak Hill, WV, Army veteran; Chris Malone, Glasgow, KY, USMC; Brent Buckley, Glasgow, KY, USMC; and Tyler Pelston, Stevie Pelston's son and a volunteer.
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KY Afield Outdoors: Good crappie fishing at smaller waters


2014-04-18 - A Central Kentucky lake - Photo by Lee McClellan, KY Afield Outdoors. This group of black crappie came from a small central Kentucky lake last week. Smaller waters across the state offer productive crappie fishing right now for anglers who fish from the bank or from a small craft such as a johnboat or kayak. - Lee McClellan
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New ADAIR Band Practice Field will go on CWC, JAIS site


2014-04-18 - Adair County High School Campus - Photo of drawing by Gabe Jones. A preliminary sketch of the planned ADAIR Band practice fields for the Commonwealth's premier Marching Band Program, was presented at the Thursday, April 17, 2014, regular Adair County Board of Education meeting. For orientation, the Central Office is in the lower right hand corner. A grass practice field with truck/van access adjoining the band storage building should be ready by opening of school in the fall of 2014. Band parent Mike Talley, who manages the massive Lindsey Wilson Sports Park, will supervise the grass sowing and initial care. Superintendent Alan Reed reported that Talley is confident a good stand of grass will be ready by fall. Behind the grass practice field will be a paved practice field which may be only partially complete, utilizing existing pavement, at the start of school. The arrow from the bottom center of the frame indicates the existing Raymond Lacy Music Building. Reed said that savings in demolition costs for John Adair and Col. Wm. Case are coming in under budget, and will approximately finance the practice fields. He said that in-house pre-demolition work, such as removal and re-use of florescent by the maintenance department saved approximately $24,000.
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Principal watches with Pride as students make introductions


2014-04-18 - 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Adair County Elementary School Principal Steve Burtonwatched with obvious satisfaction as members of ACES A-team introduced themselves before the group led the Pledge of Allegiance at the Thursday, April 17, 2014 regular school board meeting.
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CM - Modest change in back issues pages speeds searches


2014-04-18 - Columbia, KY - Photo CM staff photo. Arrows now help zero in on story, photo searches. The illustration above (not live) from the CM Daily News section shows recently added "Previous day," and "Next day" arrows, which make it easier to flip through CM as a Daily Newspaper. Readers no longer have to type in the date each time a single day refresh is needed. Now, they can click back continuously through the archives just by Clicking Arrows. The tool was added as an aid to a growing number of persons who use the archives of the magazine for researchers, historians, and for the thousands of readers who like to browse the site out of curiosity. The "To View Another Day" feature is retained. It is useful, when, for instance, one has a good general idea of the month or season for their search, but is unsure of the month or year. Instances would be locating a remembered photo from past Adair County Jaycees Easter Egg Hunts, one would search past years in April or late March; or, to find past election coverage, one would enter May or November in past years and Flip the Pages using the "Previous" or "Next" arrows. To beta test today, go to the live page at Daily News. Reader comments and suggestions will be appreciated. Please click on the "Comments" button to send ideas. - EW
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