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Ultimate Predator Hunter Tv Show stars


2015-03-28 - Columbia, KY - Photo from Black Wolf Production Co., Columbia, KY.
The Owners of Black Wolf Production Co., producers of the new Ultimate Predator Hunting show on Dish Network, are, from left: Chris "Big Bubba" Burton; Brian Taylor; and Chad "Po" Burton. The company was started with the encouragement of Anthony Reese of Car Fame, and Rob Wilkinson, of ATS Mobility. They all are graduates of Adair County High School - Chris is 1998, Chad in 1995, and Brian in 1992. Chris Burton is the son of Johnny & Patricia Burton and Chad is the son of Billy and Pam Burton. In real life, Chris & Chad are in the landscaping business. Brian Taylor is the son of Sammy and Margaret Taylor. He's a retired U.S. Justice Department employee. Black Wolf Production Co. is already busy. They're doing a trailer for a coming reality Tv show, are negotiating with other clients, and will be busy producing new episodes of Ultimate Predator Hunter - "UPH" for short. - EW

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Capt. Grider dedication at TRH, Sat 28 Mar 2015


2015-03-28 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo photo submitted by Tammy Grider. Capt. Tony Grider Statue Dedication will be at Taylor Regional Hospital, 1700 Old Lebanon Road, Campbellsville, KY, at 2pmCT/3pmET, Sat 28 Mar 2015. - TAMMY GRIDER. (Re-scheduled from 7 Mar 2015)
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A boxful of puppies: In at GRAS Wednesday, sold out by Friday!


2015-03-28 - Green River Animal Shelter, 455 Appleby Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
"The boxful of puppies are all adopted :). Two of them were adopted the day they came in! The orphans have been weaned from the bottle and have went to stay at Barren county where they now have a large puppy room to play in until they are ready for adoption." - KIM SALLEE, Director, Green River Animal Shelter. The little girls came in on Wednesday, March 24, 2015. Kim sent the note above last night - so fast we aren't sure that more than two were ever christened with a shelter name. We're anxious to follow the story on the orphan puppies. It's tempting to just drive over the Barren County and pay them a visit. - EW

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Kentucky Color - March Lilies


2015-03-28 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge, Retired District Forester, Kentucky Division of Forestry.
I might be proven wrong but I suggest that the yellow like this one is the original or vintage March Lily. I'm kinda partial to vintage plants. That could be because I've spent a major portion of my life among the "natives", so to speak. - Billy Joe Fudge

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Winter and Snow removal was tough on Lora Road


2015-03-27 - Magisterial District 4, Adair Co., KY - Photo by Innocent iPhone photographer.
Lora Road was impassable for a time following snow removal. A grader blade cut to close, scraping off chip and seal along with snow. County road crews have repaired the road and spread gravel, but the difficulty in restoring the road can be seen in the corduroy tracks which continue to deepen as traffic bounces up, rather smoothly climb up, the steep incline.

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