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Proud Mom Amanda Taylor and son Aaran Taylor

2015-05-22 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District .
Amanda Taylor and her son, Aaran Taylor, sharing the family legacy of perfect attendance during their academic careers. - Shamarie Claiborne, Media Coordinator, Adair County School District

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Whickerville Store, Hart County, KY

2015-05-22 - Whickerville Road, Hart County, KY - Photo by Gary Lane.
The old store in Whickerville, KY used to be a thriving place. Whickerville is located in the edge of Hart county near the Green county and Metcalfe county lines. - Gary Lane Photo taken Thursday, May 21, 2015.

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Gabe Coleman, Cammon Wiseley hit the airwaves for ACPC

2015-05-22 - The WAVE studio, Russell Springs Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Maggie Coleman. Miss Amber's Kindergarten students Gabe Coleman, center, and Cammon Wiseley enjoying their visit at 92.7 The Wave yesterday. Cammon's mom, Rebecca, left, and Gabe, were interviewed by Tammy Sexton about the upcoming Family Fun in the Sun day hosted by Adair County Primary Center's Rocket Boosters. The event will be at the Adair County Primary Center on Saturday, May 30, 2015, from 10am to 2pmCT. - Rebecca Wiseley
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(Ad) A Scene from Smith Creek Cabin/Green River Soapworks

2015-05-22 - 521 Old Cedartop Road, Greensburg, KY - Photo by Susan Pennington, owner.
The location is smack dab in the center of TAG - Taylor/Adair/Green Counties - and it is the central to the Memorial Day Weekend, Fri-Sat 22-23 May 2015, when Susan Pennington and other vendors hold Smith Creek Cabin's Annual Yard Sale Event. Starting at 8amCT until ??? both days. Regular Yard Sale Items & collectibles. vegetable plants and fresh baked goods and produce. Mike & Renae Watson will be present to help with history and genealogy questions. Wendy Butler will be there with merchandise, along with Sugar Bucket Antiques. Find a favorite route to the farm, any route taken from Greensburg, Columbia, or Campbellsville, offers unparalleled vistas and stunning countryside so many never have seen before, just minutes from the countyseats.

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A new flag, just in time for Memorial Day weekend

2015-05-22 - 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
We fly yet another flag - The American Flag is the focal point of the addition to the Adair County Extension Center campus on Fairground Street. The flag was installed just in in time for the Memorial Day weekend. The Extension Office signboard coordinated with the camera to mirror the new flag, and beyond, not visible, but unfurled at VFW Post 6097, at 411 Fairground Street, the American flag flies over a POW/MIA flag. The new extension office is closed through Tuesday, but the next day, Wed 8 May 2015, it will be open on a regular Mon-Fri schedule. As for the VFW Post, the Memorial Day service will be at 3pmCT, Sun 24 May, 2015. - CM

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