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Greater Bliss leader now more concerned about sirens

2013-03-19 - Intersection KY 61/KY 80, Greater Bliss, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. When this picture was taken on October 10, 2012, Miz Victoria, in white blouse was on standby to advise Adair County Emergency Disaster Manager Greg Thomas and West Shore Services where the rocks were which might impede the impaling of the emergency storm warning system, and bravely, perhaps prematurely, bragged on how her girls, her cows, were townified enough that they would not be alarmed by the noise. Now, as Thomas prepares to begin 1st Monday at 10amCT tests of the system, she's become slightly trepidatious, worrying again about her cows' reaction to the wailing, but happy that now all three of the manor house residents can hide under the mattress when storms blow in out of the west.
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