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Spotlight on: Jessica Mays, new teacher at ACHS


2014-11-21 - 526 Indian DR, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
Jessica Mays, one of Adair County Schools new teachers this year, has proven herself to be without question - one in-a-million! She teaches Arts and Humanities and is resurrecting the choral program at Adair County High School. Oh yeah, did I mention she is also an Assistant Band Director during Marching Season? Then in her spare time she is constantly knitting. She made the beautiful hat and scarf she has on in this picture. Both the ACHS students and band students love her and we are all hoping she stays with us, for a very long time. Be keeping an eye out for information on her choral groups next performance!

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Dr. Twyla Hernandez on DPI with Dr. John Chowning


2014-11-21 - WLCU Broadcast Studios, 203 West Broadway, Campbellsville, KY 42718U - Photo by Drew Tucker, CU.
Campbellsville University's Dr. John Chowning, vice president for church and external relations and executive assistant to the president of CU, right, interviews Dr. Twyla Hernandez, assistant professor of Christian ministries at CU who is this year's recipient of the Non-Tenured Faculty Award, for his "Dialogue on Public Issues" show. The show will air Monday, November 24 at 1:30pmET and 6:30pmET and Wednesday, November 26 at 1:30 pmET and 7pmET on WLCU-TV, on Campbellsville's cable channel 10. They are heard on radio at 8 a.m. Sunday, November 23 and at 8:30pmET. - DREW TUCKER

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Cameron Campbell, (M.D. soon) speaks to ACHS Students


2014-11-21 - 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District.
This week has been college application week at Adair County High School. Teacher, Susan Peck, took the opportunity to tie the event into her daily lesson today by providing a guest speaker. She contacted a former student who just so happens to be a first year medical school student attending the University of Kentucky, Cameron Campbell, to see if he would be available to speaker with her Chemistry II, Anatomy and AP Biology Classes. Cameron graciously accepted the invitation to return to his alma mater. He spoke about the application process for medical school and then gave students a glimpse of what medical school itself consist of. Cameron graduated ACHS in 2009 and we wish him continued success in his academic pursuits. We look forward to calling him Cameron Campbell M.D. soon. Shamarie Claiborne, Media Publicity Coordinator, Adair County School District

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Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Waterfowl Season Starts Thanksgiving Day


2014-11-21 - Frankfort, KY - Photo by Lee McClellan.
Waterfowl seasons for both ducks and geese open Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27 statewide. Duck numbers are at all time highs. They will provide excellent hunting opportunity this season as will the burgeoning population of Canada goose in Kentucky. The recovery of waterfowl populations over the past 50 years is one of greatest success stories in wildlife conservation.

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Board hears how they did it: Shelbi Cheatham, Tyler Moore


2014-11-21 - Adair County School District - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
Fast rising stars Shelbi Cheatham, left, and Tyler Moore, left, right photo, being congratulated by Supt. Alan W Reed, in photos above taken earlier by Shamarie Claiborne, spoke to the Adair County Board of Education last night, Thu 20 Nov 2014, about how they are accomplishing their goals. Shelbi Cheatham will be able to enter Lindsey Wilson as a junior, and as a student in their 4 year nursing program, needing only three years to accomplish that goal, thanks to LWC and Indian University. Cheatham said she'll also be on track to earn a Nurse Practioner Degree, her dream accomplishment. Tyler Moore told the board how he applied for a coveted apprenticeship at Dr. Schneider in Russell Springs, KY, and was one of two out of 44 applicants to land the award. As he works four hours a day at the plant he's also adding credit for his career path in welding.

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