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JAIS/CWC Demolition: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

2014-07-24 - Adair County School District Campus, Columbia, KY - Photo CM staff photo(s). Wednesday evening, July 23, 2014, the demolition project for redundant schools John Adair Intermediate School and Col. William Casey Elementary looked like this from the back side. Most of the massive JAIS structure was on the ground. The scoreboard on Adair County Middle School Football field, right center, stands in front of the more intact Col. Casey. Workmen at the sight expected the demolition of the front wall of John Adair - yesterday mostly intact - to happen sometime today, Thursday, July 24, 2014. A good viewing area for senior superintendents is from an Adair County High School parking lot, the vantage point for this photo. The multiplex apartment unit, center, is part of the Country Place Apartment complex. Page Street water tower is in the upper left. - CM
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Honest Abe Stand-in in Gradyville, KY - II

2014-07-24 - Gradyville, KY - Photo by Guy Babin.
The handsome face of Conner Scott, Honest Abe standout with his Grandfather, Mr. Glen Scott. Conner's platform is his Dad, Tony Scott's truck. Conner is an American history fan - like me. - GUY BABIN. Paired Photo. See also: Honest Abe sighting in Gradyville, KY???

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Honest Abe sighting in Gradyville, KY???

2014-07-24 - Cool Springs Creek, Gradyville, KY - Photo by Guy Babin.
Not likely . . . but it is Conner Scott, Honest Abe fan surveying the haying on our Gradyville farm with his Grandfather Mr. Glen. The top hat and jacket look really authentic on the young man. Conner's stance and elevated perch on the back of his dad Tony Scott's truck, reminded me of Abe delivering the Gettysburg Address on that terrible, yet hallowed field in southern Pennsylvania. - GUY BABIN. Paired Photo. See also: Honest Abe Stand-in in Gradyville, KY - II

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Buzz in the neighborhood: Big changes coming here

2014-07-24 - Hudson Street at Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo CM staff photo.
A developing story CM is beginning to following is the buzz in the neighborhood that big changes are in store for this neighborhood at the intersection of Hudson Street and Burkesville Street.

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World Wide Reveal: Jim Whitehurst Better Beetle Buster

2014-07-24 - Old Gradyville Road, Gradyville, KY - Photo by Sharon Whitehurst.
This is Jim Whitehurst's very simple to make Better Beetle Buster to protect the Whitehurst Blackberry Crop from the June Bug plague. June Bugs fly in to feast on a molasses mixture bait, and apparently drown in a euphoric demise. Count 'em, above, about 250-300 of the critters.

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