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KY Afield Outdoors: Free Fishing Weekend June 6 and 7

2015-05-28 - Central Kentucky - Photo by Lee McClellan.
Laura Burford, assistant director of the information and education division of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, and her son Sam, admire a bluegill caught from a farm pond in central Kentucky. Free Fishing Weekend is a great time to introduce children to the wonders of fishing. Lee McClellan

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Stage of Construction: New Culvert 28 May 2015

2015-05-28 - Intersection, Campbellsville & Fariground Streets, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
There was a lot of equipment, a lot of big and little KY Highway Department trucks on the scene as the trench for the new stream straightening project is cut through Campbellsville Street and Fairground Street. The intersection was closed at 8amCT, Wednesday, May 27, 2015 with projection time for completion of six weeks. In the meantime, Columbians are getting used to detours and coping. - EW

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Riding after the Rain - After Bourbon & Coburg Tour

2015-05-28 - 7393 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Joe Wall, front, and Tim Hamilton, sat out the Thursday shower in Coburg, KY, having a late lunch at A & M Farmers Market, reading Just for A Smile News, and talking with Norvel Farris and others at the store until the rain let up. They had just come from a stop at Maker's Mark in Loretto, KY, on a Bourbon Tour which included Clermont and Bardstown. Joe Wall rides a White Honda Goldwing, out of Columbus, Lowndes County, MS, and Hamilton is from Starkville, in Oktibbeha County, MS. His ride of choice is a Valkyrie. They were headed for Lynchburg, TN and the Jack Daniels distillery and then to their favorite - the George Dickel distillery in Tullahoma. Both said they might come back this way again. They try not to do Interstates, and KY 55 was to their liking, as was the pulled pork sandwiches they ate at A & M and were touting to other diners in the restaurant. Their wives should know they are great ambassadors for Mississippi. - EW

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TESOL and ESL completion students recognized at CU

2015-05-28 - Photo by Drew Tucker.
Faculty, staff and graduates of the English as a Second Language (ESL) program and the Masters in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MA-TESOL) program came together before commencement to celebrate completion of the program. Included in the photo are, not in order: Maryann Matheny, Andrea Giordano, Raquel Cunha, Travis Kennon, Matt Jones, Edwina Rowell, Vicky Campbell, Ana Augusta Almeida, Dennis Paiva, Emeline Assamoi, Batsukh Baldansenge, Jose Luis Chcin Martinez, Sophie Veronique Cordier, Hector Diaz Acasio, Bulganaa Erdene, Laure Marie Jaillard, Yanxiu Jin, Mayu Kishikawa, Hiroko Jurimoto, Carlos Antonio Lasarte Godoy, Apichaya Manthong, Mao Mitani, Shiho Murachi, Akihiro Nakashima, Hyukki Park, Alejandra Perez Arrechedera, Oceane Anne Marie Pichot, Kai Senoo, Adriana Jackeline Sulbaran Diaz, Mai Tawaraya, Monica Andreina Tovar De Sousa, Oleksandr Tretiakov, Fuma Ueno, Daichi Watase, and Qianqian Yuan, Linda Waggener, Dr. Jihyun Nam, Timothy Hooker and Dr. H. Keith Spears.

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Scenic Adair Co., KY: Ominous clouds

2015-05-28 - Adair County, KY. - Photo by Suzanne Wright (c).
I thought would share this photo with you and your viewers. Yesterday when the storm came in, I got this dramatic shot of the leading edge of the storm. It looked as if it was going to come into our door. - Suzanne Wright

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