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Storm of 25 Apr 2015: Debris wrapped around utility pole


2015-04-26 - Montpelier area of Adair County, KY - Photo Mike Keltner, Adair County Emergency Management Director. The beautiful Eastern Red cedars which dot the countryside and line the fence rows in the Montpelier area of Adair County suffered a great deal of damage from the high winds which did extensive property damage Saturday, 25 Apr 2015. Above, a cedar bough and other debris were blown around a utility pole.
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Wildflowers of Adair Co., KY - Phlox


2015-04-26 - Johnson School Road Spring Wildflower Paradise - Photo by Ed Waggener. Got this bouquet of wild phlox for Linda - who says it is her very-favorite-of-all flowers, especially when daffodils and narcissus, lilacs and trillium aren't nearby. Comments on the flowers - which Sulphur Wellians including Linda call Sweet Williams - will be appreciated. - ED WAGGENER
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Storm 25 Apr 2015: Roof blown off building, Montpelier area


2015-04-26 - Montpelier area of Adair County, KY - Photo Mike Keltner, Adair County Emergency Management Director.
Corrugated metal from a nearby building was wrapped around a mailbox following the storm which hit the Montpelier area of Adair County last night, Sat 25 Apr 2015. The sign is at E Curry Road, near Pleasant Hill Christian Church in the Montpelier area of Adair County.

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Storm 25 Apr 2015: Cedar tree no match for high winds


2015-04-26 - Montpelier area of Adair County, KY - Photo Mike Keltner, Adair County Emergency Management Director. This 13-inch healthy cedar was splintered by the damaging high winds which caused property damaged still being assessed in the Montpelier area of Adair County on Saturday night, 25 Apr 2015.
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Rogans at Word of Life Family Church, Sun 26 Apr 2015


2015-04-26 - Word of Life Family Church, 906 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo from Brandon Thompson.
Pastor Keith Rogan and Mrs. Rogan will be at Word of Life Family Church, 906 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY, at 6pmCT, Sun 26 Apr 2015. - BRANDON THOMPSON

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