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Jakob Beckley conducts training session at CofC office


2019-12-06 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Jakob Beckley, left, senior and President of the SGA at Lindsey Wilson College, shows Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Ellen Zornes how to add a photo to a contact on her iPhone while Secretary Debbie Dunn looks on. The Chamber office is a good place to go for information of all kinds. Beckley satisfies his Bonner community service commitment as a volunteer at the Columbia Adair County Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Office, and Tourism Commission with 16 hours per week assistance in the combined offices.

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Possible buildings for 511 Burkesville Street, Columbia


2019-12-06 - Columbia - Photo from Dustin Brockman.
South Central Autos owner Dustin Brockman writes that his goals for the property at 511 Burkesville Street in Columbia are to build a nice building, the choices here are what he is looking at. He says he plans to use modern, direct lighting which has little to no impact past the lot itself. He plans to install security cameras for the safety of the community and neighbors. He says if the City should allow him to locate his business there, he will blacktop the lot and keep it clean and continue to keep the bank mowed - and be a good neighbor to all around him.

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Deputy Chandler Staten graduates DOCJT Basic Training


2019-12-06 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Adair County Sheriff\\\'s Office.
The Adair County Sheriff's Office would like to congratulate Deputy Chandler Staten in his graduation from the Department of Criminal Justice Police Academy.

Sheriff Josh Brockman says, "We are very proud of Chandler and feel he will be a great asset to the Adair County Sheriff's Office and the people of Adair County."

On December 5th, 2019, Deputy Staten along with 29 other deputies and officers walked across the stage to receive their certificate from the Commissioner Alex Payne. Staten completed 20 weeks with over 800 hours of classroom instruction on topics such as, but not limited to Penal Code, Defensive Tactics, Emergency Driving, Firearms, and applying the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Staten was joined Thursday in Richmond for his graduation by family, friends, and coworkers at the Sheriff's Office. Pictured with him are his wife Hailey Staten, top left, and with Sheriff Josh Brockman, and at right with Commissioner Alex Payne.

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KY Afield: Flooding will hamper access on management areas


2019-12-06 - Frankfort, KY - Photo courtesy Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.
Duck season reopens statewide on Saturday, December 7, 2019. Rising water levels along the Ohio and Mississippi rivers will affect hunting access this weekend at some state-operated wildlife management areas.

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Foster graduates DOCJT Basic Training


2019-12-06 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Officer Adam Cravens.
Officer Trevor Foster graduated from The Department of Criminal Justice Training in Richmond on Thursday, completing 20 weeks of basic training. Foster was hired in May of this year before being sent to DOCJT. While in the academy, Foster received awards in physical fitness and defensive tactics.

Officer Foster is pictured in center, with Columbia Police Chief Jason Cross at left, and Officer Evan Burton at right.

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