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A collection of pictures that have appeared on ColumbiaMagazine.com and in the print edition of Columbia! Magazine. Photos are sorted from most recent to oldest. To see more pictures, click the "View the next 5..." link at the botom of this page.

William V. (Bill) Aaron, 78, Glensfork, KY (1942-2020)


2020-09-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Stotts-Phelps-McQueary Funeral Home.
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First Lady Britainy Beshear gets flu shot


2020-09-19 - Frankfort, KY - Photo courtesy Governor's Communications Office.
First Lady Beshear said: "I sincerely encourage parents to get their school-age children vaccinated. Doing so will help reduce the spread of the virus. No time is a good time to be sick, but right now is an especially bad time. Kentuckians are making sacrifices to safely return to the classroom and be able to safely participate in more family-oriented and social events, and the flu could block the progress we've worked so hard for."

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Bumble Bee likes taste of Joe Pie


2020-09-19 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The Joe Pie Weed hosted the Bumble Bee for a mid-day meal in Columbia.

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LWC Band Practice


2020-09-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag.
George writes, "I grabbed this photo of the LWC band heading back after a practice. It was a great day for outdoor music. They are a little short of 76 trombones to lead the big parade, but the tubas worked."

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Former Columbia UMC pastor married Johnny and June


2020-09-19 - Franklin, KY - Photo from keepsakes of Ann Heskamp Curtis.
Columbia native Ann Curtis writes, "After seeing Doug Beardís beautiful photo essay of the Columbia United Methodist Church and the wall of its former pastors, I recalled that at least one of those pastors had a later claim to fame. Reverend Leslie Chapman, pastor of CUMC in the 1950s, officiated at the wedding of Johnny Cash and June Carter. They were married in the Methodist Church in Franklin, Ky in 1968."
The local newspaper, the Franklin Favorite, reported the event with the note that the night before the wedding the couple had won a Grammy award for their song, "Jackson".

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