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A collection of pictures that have appeared on ColumbiaMagazine.com and in the print edition of Columbia! Magazine. Photos are sorted from most recent to oldest. To see more pictures, click the "View the next 5..." link at the botom of this page.

Epicurean Kentuckian: Hot dogs and chips


2015-07-04 - Photo by Pen.
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Doug Beard sends postcard from Barcelona


2015-07-04 - Barcelona, Spain - Photo by Doug Beard. Doug Beard, Columbia, KY writes with this postcard on Independence Day, 2015: "Working on the 2015 European Conference in Barcelona, Spain. A beautiful day at the beach on this 4th of July holiday!" - DOUG BEARD
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Signs of our times: The struggle to stop government poisoning


2015-07-04 - Howards Bottom, Cumberland County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Hundreds more are needed as cash strapped county governments sell their county's birthrights for short term gain. The struggle is not only in Adair County, KY, where use of herbicides and tree manglers change whole neighborhoods from ready-made agri-tourism attractions to desolation, but in many surrounding counties as well. This sign is in Cumberland County's idyllic Howard's Bottom area. - EW
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Birds of Kentucky: Muscovies leave roadway after valiant stand


2015-07-04 - Whites Hollow Road, Cumberland County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
After remaining in our lane on the roadway for what seemed like five minutes, two of these guys finaly headed for the verge, joined by a third who must have been a safety patrol. The location is right near one of the many roads in Cumberland County which end at the river's edge. - EW. Photo 3 July 2013.

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Flood Fri 3 Jul 2015: temporary Tree Island Lake on Dillon Street


2015-07-03 - Dillon Street, Columbia, KY - Photo By Linda Waggener.
While driving around Columbia after the downpour with Linda looking for places where clogged culverts were causing flooding problems with pooling on roadways, I couldn't help but notice this Tree Island Lake on Dillon Street. The peepers seemed to be enjoying it. They could be heard rejoicing in a boon for frogdom, even if it created big problem for the City, County, and State Road Deparments around the county. - EW

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