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KY Afield Outdoors: Another top-5 deer season

2017-01-19 - Kentucky - Photo by Lee McClellan.
Kentucky deer hunters bagged more than 139,000 deer this past season that concluded Jan. 16. This is the third highest harvest total ever recorded.

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Brown & Brown Call Center officially open 19 Jan 2017

2017-01-19 - Adair County Veterans Memorial Bypass - Photo by Ed Waggener, .
The new Brown & Brown Call Center, above, next door to Brown & Brown's current office on the Adair County Veterans Memorial Bypass, had an official Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce welcome along with an open house on a Red Letter Day for Economic Development in Adair County. The 5,000 s.f. facility represents a $1.5 million investment in the area economy. Already 10 people have been hired. That number will grow quickly to 25-30 and is expected to grow to 200 in the foreseeable feature, according to Brown & Brown of Kentucky Vice President Mike Neal. - Ed Waggener

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Red Letter Day Event: Ribbon cutting at Brown & Brown

2017-01-19 - Brown & Brown Call Center, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
There was a large turnout at the Columbia/Adair County Ribbon Cutting Ceremony today at the Brown & Brown Call Center on Adair County Veterans Memorial Bypass.On the steps, center, Chamber President Ellen Zornes and Michael Neal, Vice President of Brown & Brown of Kentucky, are flanked by Bob Fulcher, head of the call center, and right State Senator Max Wise. Behind them, second row, are Adair County Judge Executive Mike Stephens, Columbia Mayor Curtis Hardwick, and Bank of Columbia CEO Chris Quinn. On the top stair, from left, are Rev. Bobby Bowe, Tommy Grider, owner of Grider Properties; Sue Stivers, Executive Director of the Chamber, and Georgina Roy, Office Manager of Brown & Brown in Columbia, KY. - Ed Waggener

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Ms. Ruby Tupman Barbee, 92, Columbia, KY (1924-2016)

2017-01-19 - 200 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo from Grissom-Martin Funeral Home.

Ms. Ruby Tupman Barbee, 92, Columbia, KY (1924-2016)

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Chamber of Commerce receives Walmart grant at celebration

2017-01-19 - Columbia Walmart, 2988 Burkesville Road. Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Columbia Store Manager Sam Scarbrough, at left, quoted Walmart founder Sam (Mr. Sam) Walton who said, each store should support the vision of the community it serves. As a part of the new Training Academy opening celebratin, the store gave Walmart grants to three organizations. One of the three was the Columbia Adair County Chamber of Commerce. Accepting the gift from Academy Manager Andy Watts are Sue Stivers, Chamber Executive Director, and Ellen Zornes Chamber president at right.

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