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Dr. Partin is KAPA Medical Director of the Year


2018-09-21 - Lexington, KY - Photo courtesy Daryl Flatt.

Dr. Gary Partin received the award for medical director of the year at the 2018 KAPA (Kentucky Ambulance Providers Association) conference on Sept. 20 2018. Dr. Partin has served as the Adair County Ambulance Service medical director since becoming an ALS service in 1991. Daryl Flatt said, "We are so proud of Dr. Partin for the receiving this prestigious award and being a part of the Adair County Ambulance Service."

Pictured are Daryl Flatt, assistant director, Donald Hare, paramedic, Dr. Gary Partin, Medical Director, Tony Bragg, director and Chad Wheet Paramedic.

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Campbellsville Middle School teachers serving others


2018-09-21 - Taylor County, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, public information office, Campbellsville Independent Schools.
CMS teachers, from left, Steven Gilbert, Bradley Harris, Jan Speer, Katie Wilkerson, Robbilyn Speer and Kaye Breeding visit with Grandview residents in Campbellsville, KY.

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Epicurean Kentuckian: The Diner Breakfast


2018-09-21 - Glasgow, KY - Photo by Tom Waggener.
"The Diner Breakfast", from the Fine Arts Bistro on the square in downtown Glasgow. Eggs, bacon, rosemary potatoes, and sourdough toast

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Late summer at Mt. Carmel, Green River Lake


2018-09-21 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
This late summer scene of a fisherman on Boat Ramp Road, docking at Mt. Carmel on Green River Lake, reminds us that the seasons are changing. - LW

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Little engine that could - I think I can


2018-09-21 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
This sunset scene of the tractor climbing the hill reminded me of the childhood story of the little engine that could - I think I can, I think I can. - LW

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