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Hallway of Historic Courthouse has new flooring

2014-05-17 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener. The Hallway of the Historic Adair County Courthouse never looked better than it does today. Renae Watson, left Mike Watson, and Lee Ann Jessee, were discussing the the new hallway tile installed during the past week, along with painting done by Lindsey Wilson volunteers and other improvements to the courthouse. On no particular schedule, Mike Watson was offering tours of the building today. The Watsons were minding the store for Watson Publications of Columbia & Harrodsburg, KY, and for the Adair Heritage Association. Lee Ann Jessee, director of the Adair County Public Library, was downtown today to read to kiddies and give away free balloons.- EW
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