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  1. CHS students tutor younger students in Hour of Code
    Posted: 2015-12-12, Story ID: 79543

  2. Ralph Waggener: Neal Gold did our coding 37 years ago
    Posted: 2015-12-12, Story ID: 79540

  3. Principal Jones offers to arrange demonstration of writing code
    Posted: 2015-12-09, Story ID: 79464

  4. Supt. Reed addresses Mary Bardin's Question
    Posted: 2015-12-09, Story ID: 79461

  5. Dave Rosenbaum: Not much time for coding at Yellow Hammer
    Posted: 2015-12-09, Story ID: 79455

  6. Reader asks what 'Coding' at Adair Co. Primary Center is
    Posted: 2015-12-09, Story ID: 79453

  7. Every ACPC student, K-2nd Grade, participates in Hour of Code
    Posted: 2015-12-08, Story ID: 79442

  8. Wants more information about Project Fi in Kentucky
    Posted: 2015-10-20, Story ID: 78387

  9. Thoughts on computers: Turn peripherals on, then computer
    Posted: 2015-09-17, Story ID: 77735

  10. Tech Savvy Consumer: There is no digital antenna
    Posted: 2015-09-06, Story ID: 77505

  11. Kentucky Communications Network Authority created
    Posted: 2015-08-19, Story ID: 77159

  12. KY-FI: No Project Fi day 1
    Posted: 2015-08-18, Story ID: 77141

  13. Green Co. Area Technology Center will offer computer classes
    Posted: 2015-08-17, Story ID: 77129

  14. KY-FI: Using Project Fi in the Bluegrass
    Posted: 2015-08-16, Story ID: 77099

  15. Saturday Evening Connection Issues
    Posted: 2015-07-12, Story ID: 76395

  16. eTechCampus to expand operations in Lexington, KY
    Posted: 2015-06-16, Story ID: 75889

  17. Devin Morse, independent game developer at CU 26 Feb 2015
    Posted: 2015-02-14, Story ID: 73129

  18. Tech Link: Tesla concept may revolutionize power grid
    Posted: 2015-02-13, Story ID: 73103

  19. Beshear, Hal Rogers, launch statewide broadband initiative
    Posted: 2014-12-23, Story ID: 72069

  20. Adair County High School observes Hour of Code
    Posted: 2014-12-12, Story ID: 71836

  21. Tech-Link: Chromebooks surpass iPads in Schools
    Posted: 2014-12-01, Story ID: 71578

  22. Free website development class 24 Sep 2014
    Posted: 2014-09-20, Story ID: 69861

  23. The Flatwoods community, Adair Co., KY has access to 4G LTE
    Posted: 2014-07-23, Story ID: 68663

  24. AG Conway urges consumers to file claims in DRAM settlement
    Posted: 2014-07-15, Story ID: 68538

  25. WKU composting food waste from Fresh Food Company
    Posted: 2014-04-12, Story ID: 66614

  26. Gatton Academy high school senior develops, releases iOS app
    Posted: 2014-01-18, Story ID: 64678

  27. Chromebook - CM Kid Tech analyst likes better than iPad
    Posted: 2013-04-07, Story ID: 58729

  28. TechComicLink: to Flying McCoys wi-fi comic
    Posted: 2013-02-04, Story ID: 57428

  29. TechLink: Proposal for nationwide Super Wi-Fi before FCC
    Posted: 2013-02-04, Story ID: 57421

  30. TechLink: NYT on the R.I.M namechange, new Blackberry
    Posted: 2013-01-31, Story ID: 57319

  31. Tech Link: on Blackberry 10 launch
    Posted: 2013-01-29, Story ID: 57254

  32. Technology Link: The Happiness Machine
    Posted: 2013-01-27, Story ID: 57227

  33. Query: Information on Radio Free Gradyville, KY
    Posted: 2013-01-12, Story ID: 56907

  34. KSP sends Tips on keeping kids safe while browsing the Internet
    Posted: 2012-12-19, Story ID: 56499

  35. Green/Link: 1st NetZero senior citizens center opens in Texas
    Posted: 2012-10-30, Story ID: 55485

  36. Tech Link: Net-Zero Energy House in Maryland
    Posted: 2012-09-20, Story ID: 54596

  37. Surfing Safely Online for Seniors at AC Library July 19, 2012
    Posted: 2012-07-18, Story ID: 53187

  38. Link: Evidence of God Particle claimed
    Posted: 2012-07-03, Story ID: 52904

  39. Bookmark us on your Kindle, iPhone, Android
    Posted: 2012-06-12, Story ID: 52509

  40. Bluegrass Cellular Expands High-speed Coverage in Adair County
    Posted: 2012-03-26, Story ID: 50867

  41. Tech: Needs to know how to save data on Zip disks
    Posted: 2012-02-21, Story ID: 50137

  42. Tech & Book/Links: iPads in classroom; KY Libraries Unbound
    Posted: 2012-01-21, Story ID: 49539

  43. The low income internet program is national
    Posted: 2011-11-10, Story ID: 48162

  44. TechLink: Poor income New York Families get low cost internet
    Posted: 2011-11-10, Story ID: 48147

  45. Science/Tech: Brits beat AC brains to moon mystery solution
    Posted: 2011-11-10, Story ID: 48146

  46. WKU President supports Green Initiatives by driving a Volt
    Posted: 2011-11-04, Story ID: 48022

  47. Commentary: We are texting way too much
    Posted: 2011-10-30, Story ID: 47877

  48. Adair County School District goes wireless, iPad friendly
    Posted: 2011-10-22, Story ID: 47726

  49. Tech/Link: A rural take on proposed phone giants merger
    Posted: 2011-08-06, Story ID: 46065

  50. TECH: Should hotspots around Adair catalogued, be in a Directory?
    Posted: 2011-08-04, Story ID: 46034

  51. A Little More Likeable CM
    Posted: 2011-07-17, Story ID: 45596

  52. Today's CM TechLinkClick: To 12 Technologies on the way out
    Posted: 2011-07-17, Story ID: 45591

  53. The LIKE button: A question for the CM Tech Guy
    Posted: 2011-07-07, Story ID: 45384

  54. Tech: Anybody reading CM on a Chromebook?
    Posted: 2011-06-25, Story ID: 45161

  55. Photography: TechLink to New camera will refocus, later
    Posted: 2011-06-23, Story ID: 45124

  56. Inaugural Camp Energy gets 28 rising 4th-8th Graders energized
    Posted: 2011-06-09, Story ID: 44866

  57. Links: Two tech developments in the Cloud
    Posted: 2011-06-07, Story ID: 44820

  58. New Mobile CM for iOS, Android
    Posted: 2011-05-16, Story ID: 44391

  59. TechLink to CNET story on PaperPhone
    Posted: 2011-05-08, Story ID: 44228

  60. Wants NYT and CM on Smartphone
    Posted: 2011-04-28, Story ID: 44007

  61. Tech-Link: The iPad is on fire
    Posted: 2011-04-10, Story ID: 43594

  62. LWC/ETCA biodiesel processor is here
    Posted: 2011-03-17, Story ID: 43085

  63. Link: On NYT story on proposal to subsidize rural broadband
    Posted: 2011-02-24, Story ID: 42659

  64. WKU Alumni magazine Spirit Winter 2010 out
    Posted: 2010-12-17, Story ID: 41226

  65. Resident one block off KY 551 still living with dialup
    Posted: 2010-08-15, Story ID: 38659

  66. SRNA degree gave Susan Rainer
    the certificate she needed

    Posted: 2010-07-28, Story ID: 38334

  67. Almost 10,300 trained at the Technical Training Center
    Posted: 2010-07-28, Story ID: 38326

  68. Travellers are bringing back lots of news of windpower
    Posted: 2010-06-23, Story ID: 37631

  69. WKYU first PBS station in U.S.A
    to use new green LED studio lights

    Posted: 2010-06-02, Story ID: 37239

  70. Kentuckians asked to help map broadband services
    Posted: 2010-04-23, Story ID: 36465

  71. The Center dedicates enhanced Network Operations Center
    Posted: 2010-01-26, Story ID: 34623

  72. Dr. Jean Oostens of Columbia, KY, to give colloquium at CU
    Posted: 2009-04-21, Story ID: 28988

  73. PSC allows Cincinnati Bell to reduce white pages directories
    Posted: 2009-04-20, Story ID: 28978

  74. Invitation to hear UL Chemistry professor speak at CU
    Posted: 2009-02-06, Story ID: 27496

  75. Tata Motors unveils the $2,500 People's Car
    Posted: 2008-01-12, Story ID: 21152

  76. Adair schools website fully functional today
    Posted: 2007-10-23, Story ID: 19935

  77. KY climbs to 4th, from 44th, in 2002, in Brown U. analysis
    Posted: 2007-07-31, Story ID: 18509

  78. While We Were Out...
    Posted: 2007-01-19, Story ID: 16042

  79. Web Tip: County Maps online
    Posted: 2007-01-06, Story ID: 15909

  80. Connect Adair County releases plan to help growth of internet
    Posted: 2006-06-01, Story ID: 14139

  81. Adair County leaders launch technology plan
    Posted: 2006-04-04, Story ID: 13692

  82. REMINDER: ConnectAdair will hold next meeting Tuesday, April 4, 2006
    Posted: 2006-04-04, Story ID: 13685

  83. Schools to offer Internet Safety Workshop
    Posted: 2006-04-04, Story ID: 13684

  84. Tom Fisher has proposal for broadband community center at Knifley
    Posted: 2006-03-18, Story ID: 13532

  85. DW Swanner giving up on Alltel DSL; flying off, yonder, to Wildblue
    Posted: 2006-03-12, Story ID: 13475

  86. ConnectAdair will hold next meeting Tuesday, April 4, 2006
    Posted: 2006-03-12, Story ID: 13472

  87. Broadband meeting at Cranmer this morning
    Posted: 2006-01-31, Story ID: 13136

  88. NPR story tells about low-cost, boot straps broadband in rural areas
    Posted: 2005-12-15, Story ID: 12854

  89. LETTER: D.W. Swanner offers suggestion to solve Adair Internet problems
    Posted: 2005-12-02, Story ID: 12769

  90. Here's some tips on finding stories, photos, which have scrolled off front page
    Posted: 2005-10-17, Story ID: 12497

  91. Reminder: Register today, tomorrow or next day for free adult computer class
    Posted: 2005-10-17, Story ID: 12495

  92. "The Rest of the Slogans" has received most comments recently
    Posted: 2005-10-13, Story ID: 12478

  93. Adair Adult Education Program to offer free computer class
    Posted: 2005-10-07, Story ID: 12457

  94. Will Adair join Governor Fletcher's plan to go wireless?
    Posted: 2005-07-13, Story ID: 12128

  95. Revolutionary Dyno-Rev Engine gaining attention
    Posted: 2003-02-08, Story ID: 10530

  96. Glasgow Net on CNN.com; Local Broadband update
    Posted: 2003-02-04, Story ID: 10523


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