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Varmit Soap at Farmers Market on the Square


2014-08-01 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Jana Esch of Adair County's Natural Products shows one of her top selling items, "Varmit Soap," which, according to the label, is good for all kinds of varmints, four-legged and he human kind. She'll be at the Farmers Market on the Square, Saturday, August 2, 2014, from 8am-1pmCT, with Varmit Soap and more. Reserve yours by calling 270-378-1375.
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Kiko Goats on the move at Blackaby Hill Farms


2014-08-01 - Blackaby Hill Farm, Adair County, KY - Photo by Kim Blackaby.
Our Kiko goats
on the move for forage after a nights rest in their bedding area. - KIM BLACKABY. Paired photo. See also - Kikos - They made it. Goats find shady place to forage.

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New ADAIR Practice Fields: Lighting for blacktop or grass


2014-08-01 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne. Joe Lynn Barbee of B & B Crane standing, overseeing the dismantling of two of the parking lights with David South of South Electrical, to provide the Band with an option of Blacktop or Grass. Both firms, B & B and South, are from Columbia. - Shamarie Claiborne
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What is there about men and a hole in the ground?


2014-08-01 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
What is it about men and a hole in the ground?
Band Boosters David Taylor, Brian Dewitt, and Mark Harris (President) along with machine operator James Garrison check out the progress being made while removing the concrete pillar the lights were once attached to. - Shamarie Claiborne

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Mr. Case atop temporary director's tower


2014-08-01 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne. .
Mr. Case
standing atop the temporary structure - construction scaffolding - being used during band practice this week after plans were put in motion to provide the group with a place of their own. To orient, the roof top in the background is at the Adair County Elementary School - ACES. The kids are on the new grass practice field. - Shamarie Claiborne

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