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Becky Moseley Bragg assisting at Grimsley's Grand Opening

2014-11-28 - 108 E Public Square, Glasgow, KY - Photo by Holly Grimsley.
Becky (Moseley) Bragg,well known to Adair Countians as well as folks in the Glasgow area, is assisting with the Grand Opening of Charles & Holly Grimsley's second store today, She's the daughter of Rev. Doug and Betty Jean Moseley, formerly of Adair County, and is a member of ACHS Class of '76. She's recently retired after a career in teaching in Warren County, KY.

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One day or less Mystery Photo: Identify his group

2014-11-28 - Adair County, KY - Photo from John Campbell.
No, this is not the 'Culhanes' from the Hee Haw television program. This is a family from around 1968 in Adair County around Thanksgiving and Christmas time. Though they live in several different areas of the state of Kentucky now, they did meet at their mother's house for Thanksgiving yesterday. Do you happen to know any of these in the picture? (identification of the baby dolls are not required) - JOHN CAMPBELL.

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Beautiul Sunrise, Breeding, Adair Co., KY 28 Nov 2014,

2014-11-28 - Breeding, Adair County, KY - Photo Christine Wooten.
I just thought this was too beautiful this morning to pass up taking a photo. Thought your magazine readers might enjoy. - Christine Wooten Photo was taken in the Breeding, KY, area on KY 61, 28 Nov 2014.

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KY Afield Outdoors: Conservation Camp can be a Christmas Gift

2014-11-28 - Camp Webb, 1486 Camp Webb Road, Grayson, KY - Photo by Lee McClellan.
Jessie Nelson, conservation educator for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, shows a camper proper usage of a .22 rifle at Kentucky Fish and Wildlife's Camp Webb on Grayson Lake. Sending a child to a Kentucky Fish and Wildlife conservation camp is one of many holiday gifts for the outdoors enthusiast.

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Epicurean Kentuckian: Cheesecake - a little bit goes a long way

2014-11-28 - EK Kitchen - Photo (c) Take-home cheesecake goes a long way and can be played with many themes. The only must at this house: A mug of hot coffee. This sliver has chocolate syrup drizzle and is sprinkle with instant coffee - a poor man's mocha. Steve Chundy at Columbia's Harvest Cafe bakes as good a homemade cheesecake as can be found anywhere, and customizes it to taste with chocolate, raspberry and strawberry trimmed with whip cream. A very indulgent confection. - EK
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