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Cane is available for adoption at GRAS


2015-04-21 - Green River Animal Shelter, 455 Appleby Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Kim Sallee, Director, Green River Animal Shelter.
This pretty boy Cane was brought in from another county and never claimed. He is really sweet and would make a great pet. $50 adoption fee which includes neutering. If interested please contact Green River Animal Shelter at 270-385-9655 Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 10am-5pmCT and Saturdays 10am-2pmCT. Phone 270-572-9943 after hours. Thanks, KIM SALLEE, Director.

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Hey, folks, they've got me at the pound, 21 Apr 2015


2015-04-21 - Green River Animal Shelter, 455 Appleby Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Kim Sallee, Director, Green River Animal Shelter.
This dog was found in the Glens Fork/Breeding area. If this is your dog, please contact Green River Animal Shelter at 270-385-9655 or 270-572-9943 after hours. Thanks, KIM SALLEE - Director

Everything pets in CM Animals

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Epicurean Kentuckian: Famous Tennessee Food


2015-04-21 - ????? - Photo By Innocent Bystander.
Anybody help us on this one? Got in an email with just the note, "Famous Tennessee Food." It looks good, but has the look of something odoriferous, which might permeate the pores of one's skin after ingestion. Maybe a tramp festival item. Maybe something one would eat with a can of chicken Viennies. Let us know. - EK

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Epicurean Kentuckian: Sandwich of the day


2015-04-21 - Photo by Pen.
Kroger's "English Toasting Bread" holds up pretty well to some factory tomatoes, with summer sausage and Havarti, mixed greens, onions, and lightly pickled cucumbers. Mayo near the tomatoes helps keep the lightly toasted bread from getting soggy, and some spicy mustard on the other slice provides a nice contrast to the cheese and meat.

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US 68 Greensburg Recommended Improvements


2015-04-21 - Metcalfe & Green Counties, KY - Photo courtesy Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
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