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(Ad Photo) Tomatoes, Produce Margie Rooks


2016-07-22 - 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by CM advertising.
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Albert Reyes on DPI with Dr. John Chowning


2016-07-22 - WLCU Broadcast Studios, (BR) 203 West Broadway, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Joan C. McKinney, CU.
2016—7 –22 -- WLCU Broadcast Studios, (BR) 203 West Broadway, Campbellsville, KY – CU photo. Campbellsville University's Dr. John Chowning, executive assistant to the president of Campbellsville University for government, community and constituent relations, right, interviews Albert Reyes, president and chief executive officer of Buckner International,for his "Dialogue on Public Issues" show. The show will air the following times: on WLCU-TV, Campbellsville University’s cable channel 10 and digital channel 23.1, Monday, July 25, at 8:30pmET and Sunday, July 24, 2016, at 8amET and 6:30pmET on 88.7 The Tiger radio. - Joan C. McKinney

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Jeralyn Kessler shares ideas on problems in American society


2016-07-22 - Holloway Health & Wellness Center, 399 Williams Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Travis Smith, LWC photo.
Jeralyn Kessler, center of Columbia, KY. shares her ideas about solving problems in American society during EDGE orientation at the Doris and Bob Holloway Health and Wellness Center on the A.P. White Campus of Lindsey Wilson College. Kessler was one of over 80 incoming freshman students that participated in the Friday, July 22, 2016 EDGE program.

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Wildlife of KY: How to keep from being seen


2016-07-22 - Columbia, KY .
Feral or a neighborhood kitten thought it was being completely hidden, but the camera caught it. Couldn't have much conversation with it, so we're leaning toward feral, but hope a neighbor lets us know if it is a household pet. At least we'd like to know its name.- EW

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Travel: Seagull with catch


2016-07-22 - Surf City, NC - Photo by Pen. On one particular Tuesday, dozens of seagulls fished a small pool in the marshes of the sound between Topsail Island and mainland North Carolina, dropping from 10 or 12 feet to pull out fish after fish. On every other day of the week, the pool was host to a lone egret.
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