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Through a classroom window, John Adair Intermediate School

2014-07-24 - JAIS, 202 General John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo CM Staff photo.
The front wall of John Adair Intermediate School is only a facade now. Looking through this classroom window (if anyone remembers for the record, what school activity was in the area, please let us know. - CM) on the town side of the building framed one of the giant Brockman Construction traxcavators taking down the inside walls. Workmen on the site expected the front wall demolition to start this morning, Thursday, July 24, 2014. Superintendent Alan Reed said he expected JAIS to be on the ground by Friday, July 25 and the site of both JAIS and Col. Wm. Casey to be cleared by the start of school in three weeks, on August 14, 2014. The area will be used for two practice fields for the Adair County Band.

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