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2020-07-29 - Adair County, KY - Photo from archives.
One of the main missions since the mid-90s on is "Linking the Generations" so the note from Leon Lewis, owner of Jeffries Hardware for 30 years now, asking to be connected with the writer of what he called "the best history" he'd seen, was a priority this week. Leon's goal is to work with the researcher JIM to bring the history from Rollin Pyles to the present day in its new location. The historic Jeffries Hardware building is now owned by Lindsey Wilson College and rumors have it that they are working toward the possibility of placing LWC arts and communications there, using the wide open third floor for performances. The outside has been renovated with touches of LWC Blue Raider blue. The inside of the building is in development stages. Clicking 'read more,' or on the headline, takes you to JIM's story.

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