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Procession carrying Capt. Tony Grider Home: Ladder One


2014-09-21 - 200 Block Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. There wasn't a dry eye in Columbia as Ladder One passed in review by the silent crowd whose shadows line the street, to honor the procession carrying Captain Tony Grider home. The apparatus has now become a symbol of even more greater significance than that of a progressive community. It was on a similar apparatus owned by brother firefighters in Campbellsville that Capt. Grider suffered injuries on 21 Aug 2014 which eventually resulted in his death 30 days later, on Saturday, 20 Sep 2014.
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Fall's officially one day away: But there's fall produce aplenty


2014-09-21 - 6019 Russell Springs Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Dana King. Fall is officially here tomorrow, 22 Sep 2014. But on Russell Springs Road, across from the Christine Road cutoff, Dana King has a roadside stand at her parents', Don and Lois White's, home at 6019 Russell Springs Road, Columbia, KY, which argues, along with school in full flight and football the talk of the region, fall is here today. This is the fifth season the family has grown pumpkins for sale, and each year the line of edible and decorative pumpkins for sale grows. This year, Dana King says, already, "We have pumpkins, mums, straw, Indian corn, Cushaws, corn shocks, gourds, and pie pumpkins." The roadside market is open most of the time, Dana King says, and will continue through Halloween, October 31, 2014, she said. If you want to make sure on market open times, call ahead, 270-634-2608. - Ed Waggener
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CU's Tajih Milliken leads Tigers' rushing attack


2014-09-21 - Finley Stadium, 204 Tiger Way, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Richard RoBards.
CU's Tajh Milliken
is forced out of bounds on a 46-yard run. The redshirt sophomore quarterback from Louisville, KY, led CU's rushing attack with 78 yards on 10 carries, in Campbellsville University's 44-3 win over Bethel (TN), at Finley Stadium, Saturday, 20 Sep 2014. - RICHARD RoBARDS, Campbellsville University. NEXT: Campbellsville University football at Belhaven University
at H.T. Newell Field. 800 Riverside Drive, Jackson, MS 39202.

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Trevon Chatman collects 45 yards, touchdown


2014-09-21 - Finley Stadium, 204 Tiger Way, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Richard RoBards, CU.
Trevon Chatman
collected 45 yards and a touchdown on three catches for Campbellsville University in CU's 44-3 win over Bethel (TN) at Finley Stadium , 20 Sep 2014. - RICHARD RoBARDS, CU. NEXT: Campbellsville University football at Belhaven University
at H.T. Newell Field. 800 Riverside Drive, Jackson, MS 39202.

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Wade Holtzclaw scores his first CU Touchdown


2014-09-21 - Finley Stadium, 204 Tiger Way, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Richard RoBards. Wade Holtsclaw capped Campbellsville's scoring with his first CU touchdown in his first start at running back in CU's 44-3 victory over Bethel (TN), 20 Sep 2014, at Finley Stadium. - Richard RoBards NEXT: Campbellsville University football at Belhaven University
at H.T. Newell Field. 800 Riverside Drive, Jackson, MS 39202.

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