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Have you voted for Devan yet?

2018-01-17 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo from family collection.
Devan and Ellie Kate Bishop became husband and wife in August of last year. He continues his work in Church Outreach at Campbellsville University and he is also entered into a contest to win a guitar. Click here and go vote if you haven't aready, or learn about his guitar lessons available to all age students, or view his YouTube channel that he says is steadily growing.

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Snow depth in Columbia about four inches

2018-01-17 - Fortune Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Measuring after the snowfall ended, on top of an undisturbed car, looks like downtown Columbia got about four inches of snow m/l in the most recent round of winter 2018. This is completely unscientific, hoping for officials to come through with the exact amounts of snow in Adair and surrounding counties. -- LW

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Rowe Farms: Steamed Milk or Wintertime, and the living is easy

2018-01-17 - Rowe Farms, at the top of the world on Keltner Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Fred Rowe.
Fred Rowe, America's leading dairy farm manager-by-cellphone, sends us this photo taken Wednesday, January 17, 2017 which he captions, "Steamed Milk." He did not have time to tell how many Bovine Thermal Units are generated by each cow, and this free heat may not put Buddy Wall out of business, but there would seem to be great economic potential for someone considering a cow-warmed tiny house. - EW

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Winter storm 16 Jan 2018 - Cheery little CAUD fireplug

2018-01-17 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
First impression, from the cone, is that we had a foot of snow. But it's an illusion. A measurement in the yard showed that we got 4" of accumulation here. - EW

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Birds of Kentucky: 4 and 20 Robins in the Dogwood tree

2018-01-16 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Just when I thought the whole world was going to be in black and white for a few days until the snow can melt away, I looked up and discovered this Dogwood tree full of plump Red Robins. It was too cold to stop and chat about the reason for their meeting. -- LW

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