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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.

CM photogapher Hailey E. Waggener shoots wildlife


2014-10-20 - E Fortunate (Hailey is here) Columbia, KY - Photo by Pen. Hailey Elizabeth Waggener practiced her wildlife photography skills on the grandparent's kitten she charmed. The kitten, named One, thought the tiny person taking its picture was pretty cool, too.
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Scenic Metcalfe Co., KY: A what's-around-bend beckoning road


2014-10-20 - Metcalfe Co., KY - Photo by Johnietta Jessie.
Johnietta writes,
- "I took this from the road that curves around the Metcalfe Co. lake." Seen in the ColumbiaMagazine group on Flickr.

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Scenic Metcalfe Co., KY : Fall Foliage at the lake


2014-10-20 - Metcalfe Co., KY - Photo by Johnietta Jessie. Johnietta writes, "I really like the contrast of yellow leaves against the blue water." Seen in the ColumbiaMagazine group on Flickr.
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The Yellow Leaves on Jamestown Hill


2014-10-19 - 201 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo ColumbiaMagazine.com (c). The yellow foliage at the top of Jamestown Hill in Peck yard is just ahead of the red maple in the Trabue Russell yard just beyond, which is just beginning to turn. Dr. Ron Rogers, who has lived across the street for 56 years, maintains that the prettiest sight in Columbia is the view afforded the Oak Street and Jamestown Street corner of his yard. - EW. iPhone photo by Linda Waggener with expert advice from Evan.
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First Adair County High School Football Team - 1970


2014-10-19 - 623 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Cathy Luttrell. The first Adair County High School Football Team, 1970, was honored at halftime of the Adair County-Muhlenberg HS game, Fri 17 Oct 2014. Above, they are, from left (thanks to Joseph Flowers), David Moss, Dana Rogers, Doug Antle, Charlie Willis, Mitchell Rice, Dennis Reeves, Gary Cox, Dennis Loy, Joseph Flowers The 2014 team boosted its record to 7-1, winning 39-0.
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