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Nancy Grigsby: Efforts of organic farmers deserves respect


2017-08-16 - Photo by Nancy Grigsby.
What good are organic certifications and signs when they are ignored? The care and effort that go into having a property that is "organic" is something to be proud of and treasure, not only by the owner but by society in general. It deserves respect, not ridicule and animosity or defiance. Thank you for making the public aware of the struggle we wage against toxic chemicals in our soil, air, food, and water. - Nancy Grigsby

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1933 Models: Bro. Lewis Haynes & Ivan Greer's Chevrolet


2017-08-16 - McDonalds of Columbia, Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com(c).
There was a special celebration this morning at McDonald's of Columbia, when Bro. Lewis Haynes, far left, received special recognition with a visit by Ivan Greer, next to Bro. Haynes, with his restored 1933 four door Chevrolet Sedan. Others, above, from left after Greer, Ralph Roy Waggener, Buddy Green, and Ralph Shearer. All are members of one of the many elite McDonald's coffee clubs. Bro. Haynes has retired after a long pastorate at Plum Point Baptist Church. He will be 85 on February 14, 2018. The car has been meticulously refinished, inside and out. Greer obtained it about two years ago in Ohio. It's a six cylinder model, with a three-speed-on-the-floor manual transmission, and with the six - it's remarkably quiet and peppy. The car will make an appearance at the next Re-Visit Knifley, Greer said. And, unlike many collectors who feign offense if someone asks to buy a car such as this, Greer says simply that $25,000 will buy it. And he has others. - EW

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Greenbriar Ridge: Red sumac - Early fall or Silent Spring?


2017-08-16 - Green Briar Ridge, Adair County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Some Sumac had the fiery red color of early September, early, on Greenbriar Ridge. But evidence of unholy amounts of herbicide can be seen by looking beyond the right-of-way, where the spray had not done its mischief. Photo through a rain dotted windshield, 12 Aug 2017, at 4:38pmCT. - EW. Clicking Read More accesses James Getchell's commentary on Roadside Spray: Stop the insanity.

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Scenic Cumberland County: overlooking Dale Hollow Lake


2017-08-15 - Dale Hollow Lake State Park - Photo by Linda Waggener, columbiamagazine.com.
Pretty pink Crepe Myrtle frames Dale Hollow Lake in this photo taken at the Lodge in Cumberland County south of Burkesville, KY. It's a long, winding road getting there but well worth the trip. -- LW

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Community Health Training held at Dale Hollow Lodge


2017-08-15 - Dale Hollow Lake State Park, 5970 State Park Rd, Burkesville, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, columbiamagazine.com.
Adair, Green, Russell and other Kentucky counties were represented today, Tuesday, August 16, 2017, at a Community Health Training day focusing on environmental, equity and health in all policies -- with health being a collaborative effort. Participants divided up sectors to explore and suggest ways the state can improve in housing, health, air and water quality, mass incarceration/criminal justice, climate and economic development. - LW

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