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The changing face of Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY

2014-04-17 - Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo CM Staff Photo. Site work continues on Campbellsville Road for a major new entertainment center. According to information obtained at the Tuesday, April 15, 2014 Columbia/Adair County Economic Development Meeting, a new bowling center with family games, similar in many ways to Ralphie's in Glasgow, is scheduled for the large lot above the intersection of Campbellsville Road & Shady Lane. The view above is looking South toward Lindsey Wilson and Downtown Columbia, from the Adair County Family Medical Center. According to CACEDA board member Randy Burns, who is Director of Alumni Affairs at Lindsey Wilson, the Center, owned by Barney Burns, will be the home of lanes for Lindsey Wilson's bowling team when it is finished.
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