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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.

Starting a business over after fire destroyed it


2020-01-17 - Columbia - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Owner David Breeding is starting his Sign America business over, from scratch, after it was burned to the ground in the fire of October 23, 2018. The fire at 409 Burkesville Street, took the historic building remembered as the the Meadow Hill Inn, then Walker Florist before being home to Sign America.

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Communications students at School Board meeting


2020-01-17 - Columbia - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The front row of students, behind their teacher Deb Waddell, comprise part of the staff of the Adair County Middle School newspaper and yearbook. They presented the slide show they've developed, spotlighting maintenance needs at their building and are showing it at each opportunity where people can become aware.

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At the January 2020 School Board meeting


2020-01-17 - Columbia - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Jim Leib works in media and also in education and is one of the regulars at the monthly Adair County School Board meetings. In this instance, he was attending for 92.7 The WHVE news where his recordings with leaders of meetings can be heard the following morning.

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ACMS slide show presented to School Board


2020-01-17 - Columbia - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The 2019-2020 Adair County Middle School newspaper and yearbook staff wrote articles and took photos of their school maintenance challenges which was combined into a slide show. Many of the 27 staffers attended and presented the slide show at the January School Board meeting.

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Legislative High Five


2020-01-17 - Frankfort, KY - Photo by LRC Public Information.
Rep. Joe Graviss, D-Versailles (right), congratulates 7-year-old Ethan Branscum of Frankfort after House Bill 27 passed the House Government Committee. Ethan suggested the idea for HB 27 to Graviss and Rep. Kevin D. Bratcher, R-Louisville, prior to the session. The measure would designate adopted cats and dogs as the state's official pet.

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