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It's Crusade for Children Roadblock Weekend I


2016-05-29 - Jamestown Street & Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by James Maulden, Columbia/Adair County Firefighter.
The Columbia/Adair County Fire Department is operating roadblocks at the four entrances to the Public Square today since 8amCT and continuing through noon, accepting donations for the Annual Crusade for Children. Above are Firefighters Dennis Loy, Brandon Minton, and Brandon White. This is also Crusade Sunday in many if not most churches in Adair County, so remember to have checks and money to give today. All money given to the Crusade in Adair County is returned to Adair County in the form of grants - dollar for dollar.

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Birds of Kentucky: Swallow in flight


2016-05-29 - Little Cake, Adair County, KY - Photo by Jason Mardis, Aerial Concepts, Columbia, KY (c) Phone 270-250-1867.
Jason Mardis captured this view of a Barn Swallow in flight, this time catching its underbelly while it was overhead. For flight, he uses a fast shutter speed, following the subject in sync with its speed.

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Birds of Kentucky: Swallow in flight, nearing targeted food


2016-05-29 - Little Cake, Adair County, KY - Photo by Jason Mardis, Aerial Concepts, Columbia, KY (c) Phone 270-250-1867.
Graceful, entertaining flyer, cliff swallows are great assets in reducing insect numbers. This one is in a landing pattern in a new mown field in the Little Cake area. Professional photographer Jason Mardis captured this moment using a 1/4000th of a second shutter speed and following the flight. For more on the species, see: Wikipedia entry: Cliff Swallow

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Roadside marker at Salem Park, Cumberland County, KY


2016-05-29 - Salem Park Road, Burkesville, Cumberland County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com .
This road marker in Salem Park, at the confluence of Little Renox Creek and Big Renx Creek, gives a brief history of roadways in the area, and historical landmarks.

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Mrs. Doris Ann Curry, Green County, KY (1936-2016)


2016-05-28 - 209 W Court Street, Greensburg, KY - Photo Foster-Toler-Curry Funeral Home.

Mrs. Doris Ann Curry, Green County, KY (1936-2016)


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