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Folks, come get me. I'm at the pound. Nabbed by Downey Eye

2016-09-28 - Green River Animal Shelter, 455 Appleby Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Kim Tucker, Director, Green River Animal Shelter.
I am LOST from my home . . I was picked up yesterday walking in front of Downey Eye Clinic. If anyone knows anything about me or my owner PLEASE tell them I am at the shelter. . Please contact Green River Animal Shelter, 455 Appleby Drive, Columbia, KY, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 10am-5pmCT and Saturdays 10am-2pmCT. Phone at 270-385-9655. Thanks, Kim Tucker. Director. - Kim Tucker, Director

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Fall's purple Asters star at Trabue Russell House garden

2016-09-28 - Columbia KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, photo.
Purple Asters are among fall's most beautiful flowers and this particular color, as opposed to the white or pink varieties, was a favorite of my Grandma Addie's. Asters also receive a high score as a feeding flower for Monarch butterflies. Anytime you want to see beautiful plantings, remember the gardens at the Trabue Russell House on Jamestown Street in Columbia. They are designed and cared for by the Adair County Garden Club. These are visible from Jamestown Street on the iron fence.

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Scenic Adair Co., KY: Reflections

2016-09-28 - Fairplay, Adair County, KY - Photo by Crystal Dillingham (c).
Reflections in the pond this morning. - Crystal Dillingham

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Wildflowers of KY: Trumpet Vine

2016-09-28 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, (c).
This Kentucky native plant, the Trumpet Vine (Campis radicans), grows up fast and decorates anything in its path. In this case it hangs from an old porch roof in Columbia. - LW

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Reward offered from capture & conviction of criminal cat

2016-09-28 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo By Junior Stotts.
Some Downtown Cat walked through Mr. Stotts' new blacktop sealing, then onto his walkway and left this evidence to be used against him. Mr. Stotts has already accused the noblest cat in the neighborhood. While the prints do look very similar to those on Linda Waggener's Honda hood, they are NOT those of Blue. Blue is a good cat with moral standards. He has always strived to emulate the best in humankind - to be a soccer player, to master the the wind chimes, and, lately to be Chief Pontiac. Truth is - Mr. Stotts' sidewalk was boringly plain before. Now it is a work of art. - EW

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