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Tiffany Ann Stotts, 34, Campbellsville, KY (1982-2017)


2017-02-27 - 200 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo from Grissom-Martin Funeral Home.

Tiffany Ann Stotts, 34, Campbellsville, KY (1982-2017)


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Russell Co. Shovel Ready Food & Beverage certification


2017-02-27 - Russell Springs, KY - Photo Russell County Industrial Development Authority .
Frank Spano, managing director for Austin Consulting, and Russell County Industrial Development Authority Executive Director Bennie Garland address the group at the initial Austin Consulting presentation.

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Helen Miller, 89, Russell Springs, KY (1927-2017)


2017-02-27 - 367 N Main Street, Russell Springs, KY - Photo from Bernard Funeral Home.

Helen Miller, 89, Russell Springs, KY (1927-2017)


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Realty firm donates truck to Campbellsville University


2017-02-27 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Joshua Williams.
Century 21 Smith Realty Group donates a truck to Campbellsville University. From left are Amanda Long, Realtor; April Smith, principal broker; Stephen Olliges, Realtor; Otto Tennant, vice president for finance and administration and Renee Dobson, Realtor. - Joshua Williams, Campbellsville University

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Birds of KY: Eagle in low flight Walnut Hill, Casey Co., KY


2017-02-27 - Walnut Hill, South of Liberty, Casey County, KY - Photo by Robert Johnson.
Robert Johnson, Columbia, KY, writes: "I captured this picture in front of Walnut Hill Elementary in Liberty, Ky. I was on my way back to Columbia and noticed the eagle on the side of the road. I did a quick u-turn to get a photo and I was able to capture this picture just as the eagle was flying in front of my car. It's good to know that the majestic Bald Eagle is alive and well in our area."

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