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Jack's back! With his happy face

2015-10-05 - Coppage Road, Eastern Adair County, KY - Photo by Tia White.
I hope you can see how happy Jack is to be home! I can't thank everyone enough for all you have done! So many shares, posts, messages, and calls and thanks to that Jack was located and we got him home safely. I have learned there is a lot of bad things and people out there through this, but thankfully there are still a lot of good, kind, honest, and truthful people too. God bless each of the good people that helped us. Thank you from our family. - TIA WHITE. Paired photo: See how saga began:Family's super friendly dog missing from Coppage RD home

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CU's Jacob Russell named NAIA player of the Week

2015-10-05 - Montgomery, AL - Photo by Jordan Alves, Campbellsville, KY. Jacob Russell was named the NAIA Player of the Week after leading Campbellsville University to a thrilling 59-50 win over Faulkner (AL) on Saturday, October 3, 2015. - JORDAN ALVES
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Shymez Brabson lands TD-scoring pass in win over Edmonson

2015-10-05 - ACHS Football Stadium, 623 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Jenna Rodgers, Adair County High School.
Shymez Brabson #7 lands a pass and scores touchdown during Adair's win over Edmonson County 42-6. Win makes ACHS football history with first ever 7-0 record for season. - Cathy Luttrell

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Birds of Kentucky: Bald Eagle in flight, Adair County, KY

2015-10-05 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Candice Robertson.
I've always wanted to shoot a bald eagle in the wild and I had the chance to this morning as we were headed to town. I didn't have the right lens with me but I manage to catch him before he flew off. - Candice Robertson

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Fall Color: A bit more than a hint, Columbia City Hall

2015-10-05 - City Hall, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Fall color seems a few days behind prior year, but it is at least about to burst out brightly, as this red foliage at the corner of City Hall showed on Sunday, 4 Oct 2015, at 9:05amCT.

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