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Scenic Adair Co., KY: Spring blossoms near Mtn View Drive

2017-03-26 - Mountain View Drive near Burkesville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, .

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Scenic Taylor Co., KY: Beautiful old barn

2017-03-26 - Top of the upside down Triangle, Taylor Co., KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, photo(c).
A destination sight for Old Barn Lovers. Can't say exactly where it was, just how the photo came about: An overly ambitious plan to drive the main-est roads which would traverse the northernmost reaches of Taylor County, using a travel map obtained at the repository of almost anything Taylor County, the Taylor County Public Library. However, it turned out to be above our pay grade and time frame. We estimated the distance at 25-30 curvy miles, so maybe eight hours. But it was harder than we thought, and occasionally we found ourselves in LaRue County, and eventually saw a familiar highway to Saloma, and left the bucket list trek Travel Across the top of Taylor County for another day, and counted it a Good Day if for just spotting this barn, Mill Creek with its fabulous random beds of Daffodils, and the vistas along the way. - EW

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Scenic Green County, KY: Flags at Judicial Center

2017-03-26 - Green County Judicial Center, 203 W Court Street, Greensburg, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, .
Flags fly over Green County's new but stately Judicial Center, which fits perfectly with the well preserved historic architecture of the city. If you go: Study whether to carry a camera or not. Downtown Greensburg is a delightful walking campus, but if you are a photographer, there are compelling pictures which must be taken every few steps, especiall y on W Court Street. - EW

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Teddy, Shih-tzu, is missing. Last seen on Taylor Ford Road

2017-03-26 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Angie Stotts .
My dog, Teddy, a Shih-Tzu, is missing. He is a Shih-tzu he is grey and white last seen on Taylor Ford Road, Columbia, KY. Contact: Leslie Preston 270-250-1504.Volunteer searchers: - Taylor Ford Road, between Beulah Chapel and Christine, is one of the most picturesque drives - anywhere. If you go, remember the road is relatively busy and the countryside itself can be distractiing. But wouldn't it be great to be the hero who finds this wonderful pet? - CM
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Brenda Ann Crew Wethington, 51, Russell Co., KY (1965-2017)

2017-03-25 - 1765 New Columbia Road, Campbellsville, KY - Photo from L.R. Petty Funeral Home & Cremation Services.

Brenda Ann Crew Wethington, 51, Russell Co., KY (1965-2017)

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