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ACMS Students of the Month


2018-12-17 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Deb Waddell.
ACMS Students of the Month are from left: Donzale Ennis-Math, Jamason Staten-Reading, Chloey Hilty-Band, Connor Loy-Social Studies, Marque Hicks-Social Studies, Ethan Dial-Science, Chelsea Elliott-Reading, Ben Dial-Science and Faith Francis-Math. Students are chosen for their ACMS PRIDE in each subject.

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Stargel earns 2nd place medal at Anderson Co.


2018-12-17 - Lawrenceburg, KY - Photo by Amanda Taylor.
13-year-old ACMS student Trayton Stargel brought home a 2nd-place medal at this weekend's Bourbon Trail Brawl in Anderson County. Stargel wrestles with the Taylor County Youth Wrestling Program.

Paired photo: Stargel places 2nd at Anderson County Wrestling Tournament

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Stargel places 2nd at Anderson County Wrestling Tournament


2018-12-17 - Lawrenceburg, KY - Photo by Amanda Taylor.
Trayton Stargel, a 13 year old Adair County Middle School student, who wrestles with the Taylor County Youth Wrestling Program, traveled to Lawrenceburg, KY, on Sunday, December 16, 2018, where he participated in the Anderson County Bourbon Trail Brawl.

Stargel wrestled in the 140-pound weight class, with a total of 8 challengers competing for the top 3 spots in order to bring home a medal.

Paired photo: Stargel earns 2nd place medal at Anderson Co.

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Travel: A rather vibrant downtown


2018-12-17 - Columbus, IN - Photo by Pen.
Downtown Columbus, IN, is a favorite destination of Hailey Waggener and her cousin Tillie, because of some terrific facilities for climbing and exploring. It was nice to see so much activity on a recent Sunday afternoon, with parking spaces full, lots of pedestrians, and lots of businesses open.

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Billy Grant, 81, Columbia, KY (1937-2018)


2018-12-17 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Grissom-Martin Funeral Home.
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