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Making big statements -- vote yes


2016-02-14 - Greater Bliss/New Columbia, opposite Walmart - Photo by Linda Waggener.
This sign on the strategically located farm property across from Walmart focuses on the economic development side of the wet-dry debate and says to vote yes for freedom and prosperity on March 22, 2016. Paired photo: See opposing viewpoint: Making big statements - Vote no

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Making big statements - Vote no


2016-02-14 - Jamestown Street at Miller Avenue, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Some residents are making big statements on their strategically located property. This one at the top of Jamestown Hill posts a banner with photo of the grandchildren and says to vote No for their sakes. Paired photo: See opposing viewpoint: Making big statements - vote Yes

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Jeffries Bldg - Icicles & snow hanging around, waiting for more


2016-02-14 - Rear of Jeffries Building, 228 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, CM.
Caught this icicle art, photographed from the back of the Jeffries Building, aka Radio Shack Building, now coming under the ownership of Lindsey Wilson College. The snow in the photo reminded me of Granddaddy Marcum's saying when looked out over the last of a snow. He'd say, "That snow is just hanging around, waiting for more." Quite wise of course, when the days were like this Sunday, when, according to the National Weather Service, more snow will arrive after 10amCT, today (the snow is already falling as this is written, barely past 7amCT). The photo, by the way, is from the back side, the Reed Street Side of the Building. And, by the way, Lindsey Wilson has already started the renovation on the roof. The renovation of any Downtown Building is significant, but this one is major, and is anticipated to be THE big turning point for the Square. It's the first presence for Lindsey Wilson in the Downtown, which many believe will accelerate the visions of a revival for the district as at no other time. - LW

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Nina Danner, skiing at Werfenweng, Austria


2016-02-14 - Werfenweng, Austria - Photo submitted by Sabine Eastham, South Adair Co., KY.
Nina Danner, my 9 year old niece . . . who went on a quick skiing trip to Werfenweng, Austria, about 40 km away from Salzburg. Wish I could join her! Of course, they live in Germany, Regensburg, where this is not a big deal! - Sabine Eastham, South Adair County, KY.

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Buttercups in bloom, Russell Co., KY


2016-02-14 - Russell County, KY - Photo from Nancy Ann, PR.
ColumbiaMagazine.com has received a very welcome note from Nancy Ann that "PR has spotted Buttercups in Russell County, 13 Feb 2016"

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