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The Courthouse: Through the storm, through the night

2013-06-12 - 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. The Historic Adair County Courthouse is showing steady progress Ellen Zornes told the Adair County Fiscal CourtThis photo was taken the night before the meeting, as a summer storm was clearing Monday evening, June 10, 2013, an icon as symbolic of a bright new day to Adair Countians as a rainbow is to the world, shone brightly against stormy skies. Not everything was in sync: Major touchups to the curbing was completed on June 11, 2013, courtesy Columbia Mayor Mark D. Harris and carried out by City Streets Superintendent Donnie Rowe. The TheatreFest Banner had not been put in place heralding a cultural series which may just be the big news of the year. And the Baptist Church Chimes weren't playing "Lead Me On, Precious Lord," but all in all, a great moment in Downtown Columbia. - EW. Clicking ReadMore accesses the photo album from Monday afternoon's storm/rainbow and sunshine aftermath
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