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  1. Jon Halsey: What I will be missing by not watching Tv
    Posted: 2016-05-21, Story ID: 83329

  2. Billy Joe Fudge: Followup on Civics Lesson
    Posted: 2016-05-20, Story ID: 83281

  3. Billy Joe Fudge: Civics lesson
    Posted: 2016-05-20, Story ID: 83269

  4. Shannon Sexton: Disappointed in Fiscal Court vote
    Posted: 2016-05-19, Story ID: 83261

  5. Gary Rose has questions for city and county on ABC restrictions
    Posted: 2016-05-18, Story ID: 83248

  6. PAC chair questions Magistrates about Restrictive ABC ordinance
    Posted: 2016-05-17, Story ID: 83206

  7. Gary Rose: We already see benefits of Alcoholic Beverage Tax
    Posted: 2016-05-11, Story ID: 83083

  8. Joyce Coomer: A lot of truth in The New Yorker article
    Posted: 2016-05-08, Story ID: 83022

  9. Walk Adair!!! - Writer finds activity tracker helps her get in steps
    Posted: 2016-05-04, Story ID: 82966

  10. George Rice: Agrees with Mr. Henson on roadside maintenance
    Posted: 2016-04-30, Story ID: 82884

  11. Bill Henson: A solution to roadside spraying
    Posted: 2016-04-29, Story ID: 82867

  12. Could the EPA do anything on spraying? Roadside poisoning?
    Posted: 2016-04-29, Story ID: 82851

  13. Life was sweet when a great meal could be bought for two-bits
    Posted: 2016-04-23, Story ID: 82713

  14. One reader's opinion: Republican caucus not election
    Posted: 2016-04-22, Story ID: 82688

  15. PAC's Sexton: Filing to stop alcoholic beverage sales frivolous
    Posted: 2016-04-21, Story ID: 82673

  16. Joyce Coomer: About scammers of all ilks
    Posted: 2016-04-21, Story ID: 82652

  17. Robert Cummings: Call for dedicated bike trails
    Posted: 2016-04-18, Story ID: 82597

  18. Large trees suited to Historic Courthouse; wildflowers good idea
    Posted: 2016-04-18, Story ID: 82585

  19. COF adds comment to Granny Annie wonders
    Posted: 2016-04-12, Story ID: 82467

  20. Charles Marshburn on Texas, Wisteria, Lady Bird's area
    Posted: 2016-04-12, Story ID: 82466

  21. On court system: Granny Nannie says
    Posted: 2016-04-09, Story ID: 82407

  22. Billy Joe Fudge comments on health outcomes rankings
    Posted: 2016-03-30, Story ID: 82223

  23. Billy Joe Fudge: We should celebrate every election day
    Posted: 2016-03-22, Story ID: 82025

  24. Shannon Sexton: Vote. Let freedom ring!
    Posted: 2016-03-22, Story ID: 82024

  25. J. Brandon Thompson: Vote outcome should not divide citizens
    Posted: 2016-03-22, Story ID: 82018

  26. Amy Pike: Some points about that Horse Cave fatal
    Posted: 2016-03-21, Story ID: 82008

  27. Marsha Walker: Supports comments because it's a right
    Posted: 2016-03-21, Story ID: 81991

  28. Shannon Sexton responds to Rickie Williams
    Posted: 2016-03-21, Story ID: 81989

  29. Mike Ellis: Life with an alcoholic parent
    Posted: 2016-03-21, Story ID: 81987

  30. Senator Max Wise Legislative Update 18 Mar 2016
    Posted: 2016-03-19, Story ID: 81959

  31. Jon Halsey: Endorses - No need to get upset about outcome
    Posted: 2016-03-18, Story ID: 81910

  32. Mark Hale: Regardless of outcome, no need to get upset
    Posted: 2016-03-17, Story ID: 81909

  33. Jerry Holt: Voting Yes for cleaner roads
    Posted: 2016-03-17, Story ID: 81907

  34. Joyce Coomer: I would like some answers
    Posted: 2016-03-17, Story ID: 81906

  35. Jim Garner: Requests citation on claims about Somerset
    Posted: 2016-03-17, Story ID: 81893

  36. Amy Pike: Signs won't be voting March 22, the citizens will
    Posted: 2016-03-16, Story ID: 81872

  37. Statement from the Governorís Office on House Budget Proposal
    Posted: 2016-03-16, Story ID: 81846

  38. Shannon Sexton shares Sen. Girdler's letter 22 Mar 2016 issue
    Posted: 2016-03-15, Story ID: 81823

  39. Senator Max Wise's Legislative Update: 14 Mar 2016
    Posted: 2016-03-15, Story ID: 81820

  40. Shannon Sexton: Another Wow! factor
    Posted: 2016-03-14, Story ID: 81795

  41. Columbia and Non-Smoking: The weirdest situation
    Posted: 2016-03-13, Story ID: 81768

  42. Writer amazed smoking allowed in public buildings in Columbia
    Posted: 2016-03-13, Story ID: 81764

  43. Laura Hurt: The vote is about legal or illegal sales
    Posted: 2016-03-12, Story ID: 81751

  44. Gary Rose: Facts, not emotions on Wet/Dry
    Posted: 2016-03-12, Story ID: 81750

  45. Jon Halsey: My imperturbability bucket has run dry . . .
    Posted: 2016-03-11, Story ID: 81720

  46. Anita Rees: Ignorance referred to - Alcohol is already here
    Posted: 2016-03-11, Story ID: 81719

  47. Wanda Kerns comments on Wet/Dry
    Posted: 2016-03-11, Story ID: 81717

  48. Amy Pike wonders why no comments allowed on AFV site
    Posted: 2016-03-10, Story ID: 81679

  49. Wet/Dry: The vanilla extract story
    Posted: 2016-03-09, Story ID: 81652

  50. Cynthia A. Meyer: Is county liable for poison overspray, drift
    Posted: 2016-03-08, Story ID: 81621

  51. Joyce M. Coomer comments on willy nilly use of herbicides
    Posted: 2016-03-07, Story ID: 81613

  52. Jon Halsey: Mencken quotes on the American mind, Presidency
    Posted: 2016-03-06, Story ID: 81575

  53. Marcia M. Shuffet for in-between Wet & Dry
    Posted: 2016-03-05, Story ID: 81560

  54. Darrell Treece comments on Wet/Dry issue
    Posted: 2016-03-05, Story ID: 81556

  55. Trish Zatkoff on alcohol: God gave us free will
    Posted: 2016-03-04, Story ID: 81549

  56. Does anyone know of plan to narrow lanes of new Heartland?
    Posted: 2016-03-04, Story ID: 81536

  57. Granny Nannie comments on railing against something
    Posted: 2016-03-04, Story ID: 81535

  58. Wanda Kerns: Doesn't want alcohol easily available
    Posted: 2016-03-04, Story ID: 81530

  59. Just my Taft Neal view: The alcohol witch hunt
    Posted: 2016-03-03, Story ID: 81517

  60. It's nonsense to say self control is an exception
    Posted: 2016-03-03, Story ID: 81513

  61. Wendy Butler Burt will vote Yes on 22 Mar 2016
    Posted: 2016-03-01, Story ID: 81472

  62. Mitzi Bault: It's about choice
    Posted: 2016-03-01, Story ID: 81469

  63. Briar Hopper: Ex-pat throws two-cents worth in Wet/Dry vote
    Posted: 2016-02-29, Story ID: 81435

  64. AFV & PAC organization information not easy to find
    Posted: 2016-02-29, Story ID: 81425

  65. George Kolbenschlag enters fray on the Yes side
    Posted: 2016-02-29, Story ID: 81420

  66. Shannon Sexton, chair of PAC, responds to AFV's Doug Peterson
    Posted: 2016-02-29, Story ID: 81419

  67. Mark Hale: A NO vote, but outcome shouldn't divide the county
    Posted: 2016-02-29, Story ID: 81413

  68. Billy Joe Fudge: This Wet/Dry Issue is about freedom
    Posted: 2016-02-28, Story ID: 81392

  69. Sen. Max Wise's Legislative Update - 26 Feb 2016
    Posted: 2016-02-28, Story ID: 81388

  70. Joe Hare: Dedicating school day to Veteran's a good idea, but . . .
    Posted: 2016-02-28, Story ID: 81384

  71. A New Approach to observing Veterans Day: In the Schools
    Posted: 2016-02-26, Story ID: 81351

  72. PAC respectfully declines debate with AFV; we're all Christians
    Posted: 2016-02-25, Story ID: 81329

  73. Digging the Middens - What archaeologists will see about use
    Posted: 2016-02-25, Story ID: 81326

  74. Jon Halsey: Agrees with Tommy Kemp on personal freedoms
    Posted: 2016-02-23, Story ID: 81280

  75. Tommy Kemp considers laws reaching into personal life
    Posted: 2016-02-23, Story ID: 81278

  76. Senator Max Wise Legislative Update 19 Feb 2016
    Posted: 2016-02-20, Story ID: 81204

  77. Guy Babin: Where is the pride in our piece of heaven
    Posted: 2016-02-19, Story ID: 81198

  78. Jon Halsey: Carol Perkins article apt for many Wet/Dry letters
    Posted: 2016-02-19, Story ID: 81186

  79. Wet/Dry Question: Where are we going?
    Posted: 2016-02-18, Story ID: 81178

  80. Mark McKinnon: Wet/Dry decisions based in Logic or Emotion
    Posted: 2016-02-17, Story ID: 81155

  81. Cayce Davenport: Act today to halt KY SB 1 assault on arts
    Posted: 2016-02-17, Story ID: 81150

  82. Billy Joe Fudge: The Wet/Dry issue is revealing hypocrisy
    Posted: 2016-02-16, Story ID: 81110

  83. Kelvin Bailey: Statistics should compare Wet to Dry areas
    Posted: 2016-02-14, Story ID: 81063

  84. Kevin Jenkins sends comments on alcohol
    Posted: 2016-02-14, Story ID: 81044

  85. Shannon Sexton: Teenage fatalities decreased with legalization
    Posted: 2016-02-14, Story ID: 81039

  86. Mary Ann Bardin: Agrees with Amy Pike comments to vote Yes
    Posted: 2016-02-14, Story ID: 81037

  87. Laura Hurt: Reasons for voting for Legal Sales
    Posted: 2016-02-13, Story ID: 81026

  88. Shirl Moore: In eight years, has learned influence of bootleggers
    Posted: 2016-02-12, Story ID: 81012

  89. Shannon Sexton: Legalize it, regulate it and control it.
    Posted: 2016-02-12, Story ID: 81010

  90. Michael Regan: Will vote to keep dark genie in the bottle
    Posted: 2016-02-12, Story ID: 81008

  91. Derek Nickel: Look at counties which have voted Wet
    Posted: 2016-02-12, Story ID: 81000

  92. Comment on Black vulture preying on wildlife
    Posted: 2016-02-08, Story ID: 80879

  93. Vicky Pike: Black vultures dangerous to our livestock
    Posted: 2016-02-08, Story ID: 80873

  94. Chris Oliver wants alcohol purchases to benefit Adair
    Posted: 2016-02-07, Story ID: 80872

  95. Jon Halsey: Party made cynical, sneering work-around
    Posted: 2016-02-04, Story ID: 80784

  96. Shannon Sexton: Any tax from legal sales more than we get now
    Posted: 2016-01-29, Story ID: 80596

  97. Brandon Burns' numbers predict lower alcohol tax amounts
    Posted: 2016-01-28, Story ID: 80572

  98. Shannon Sexton: Alcohol tax revenue depends on local rate
    Posted: 2016-01-27, Story ID: 80559

  99. Billy Joe Fudge: Appreciates Mike Ellis' concern for accuracy
    Posted: 2016-01-27, Story ID: 80547

  100. Mary Bardin: Westlake will be an asset to TJ Samson
    Posted: 2016-01-27, Story ID: 80537

  101. Geo. Kolbenschlag: Vote of thanks to Neal Gold, hospital board
    Posted: 2016-01-26, Story ID: 80519

  102. Joyce M. Coomer: Monday morning questions
    Posted: 2016-01-25, Story ID: 80482

  103. Jon Halsey: Citizens need more concern for local government
    Posted: 2016-01-23, Story ID: 80374

  104. Kelvin Bailey: County dweller appreciates clearing priorities
    Posted: 2016-01-22, Story ID: 80367

  105. Wayfaring Stranger comments on Russell Co. wet vote
    Posted: 2016-01-22, Story ID: 80332

  106. Brandon Burns: Is county already receiving alcohol tax money
    Posted: 2016-01-20, Story ID: 80300

  107. Sally Kemp wants clarification on alcohol tax use
    Posted: 2016-01-20, Story ID: 80295

  108. Sally Kemp: Brandon Burns has brilliant idea
    Posted: 2016-01-20, Story ID: 80278

  109. Granny Nannie says: Fraidy cats
    Posted: 2016-01-20, Story ID: 80270

  110. Brandon Burns: Use alcohol tax money to pay off hospital debt
    Posted: 2016-01-20, Story ID: 80267

  111. Writer comments expungement; asks about business liablitiy
    Posted: 2016-01-15, Story ID: 80160

  112. Jon Halsey: Takes issues with reason for expunging records
    Posted: 2016-01-15, Story ID: 80155

  113. Pulaski Countian writes why he's glad his county went wet
    Posted: 2016-01-13, Story ID: 80106

  114. Granny Nanny comments on drinking
    Posted: 2016-01-12, Story ID: 80087

  115. Commentary on Wet v Dry: Prohibition ended December 5, 1933
    Posted: 2016-01-11, Story ID: 80051

  116. Rickie Williams on going wet: Is this progress?
    Posted: 2016-01-08, Story ID: 80003

  117. Jana Esch: Is one drug 'better' than another drug?
    Posted: 2016-01-08, Story ID: 79998

  118. Senator Max Wise's Legislative Update on issues facing state
    Posted: 2016-01-08, Story ID: 79996

  119. C. Marshburn: More news of meth abuse than alcohol problems
    Posted: 2016-01-08, Story ID: 79992

  120. D. Rosenbaum questions connection: Being dry, higher meth use
    Posted: 2016-01-08, Story ID: 79984

  121. Ben Arnold: Unaccounted for ballots could have changed mayoral election outcome
    Posted: 2016-01-07, Story ID: 79971

  122. Jon Halsey comments on the state of Adair Co. education
    Posted: 2016-01-01, Story ID: 79869

  123. Billy Joe Fudge: Omnibus editoral comments
    Posted: 2015-12-28, Story ID: 79794

  124. Wants Hobby Lobby in new Pinewood Shopping Center
    Posted: 2015-12-26, Story ID: 79770

  125. Celia Downey: Consider a gift to GRAS this Christmas
    Posted: 2015-12-19, Story ID: 79681

  126. Jon Halsey: Standard practice producing more kleptrocracy, less democracy
    Posted: 2015-12-18, Story ID: 79663

  127. Mayor Curtis Hardwick issues statement on Wet-Dry drive
    Posted: 2015-12-16, Story ID: 79626

  128. Betsy Fausnaugh: On being vigilant
    Posted: 2015-12-13, Story ID: 79568

  129. Be vigilant - what does that mean to you?
    Posted: 2015-12-13, Story ID: 79564

  130. COF scolds CM for lack of erudition/(or anglophilia?)
    Posted: 2015-12-12, Story ID: 79542

  131. Adair Co.'s Dakota Meyer on Donald Trump's call for Muslim Ban
    Posted: 2015-12-11, Story ID: 79507

  132. Carol Roberts: Wants Christmas Postcard Village to expand
    Posted: 2015-12-11, Story ID: 79503

  133. Billy Joe Fudge: Heroes, each and every one
    Posted: 2015-12-09, Story ID: 79479

  134. Charles Marshburn remembers That Tragic Day, 22 Nov 1963
    Posted: 2015-11-22, Story ID: 79118

  135. Supt. Reed: Hats off to CAUD
    Posted: 2015-11-20, Story ID: 79090

  136. Robert Cumming: Dave Shuffett truly deserving of KAEC award
    Posted: 2015-11-19, Story ID: 79056

  137. Bryan Blair: On economic impact, value of a County Fair
    Posted: 2015-11-11, Story ID: 78880

  138. Columbia looks great in Small Town Sunday feature on WLKY
    Posted: 2015-11-09, Story ID: 78820

  139. Harry Mack: Warning on Phone Shysters claiming to be from IRS
    Posted: 2015-11-07, Story ID: 78773

  140. Jennifer Parker: Amens Henrietta Scott stand on the arts
    Posted: 2015-10-26, Story ID: 78495

  141. Henrietta Scott: Excluding art in career pathways is ridiculous
    Posted: 2015-10-25, Story ID: 78490

  142. Ralph Roy Waggener: A well balanced education!
    Posted: 2015-10-24, Story ID: 78474

  143. Ashley Miller: Public Thanks to AHA and Ellen Zornes
    Posted: 2015-10-14, Story ID: 78266

  144. Jason Mardis getting some great photos
    Posted: 2015-10-12, Story ID: 78217

  145. Ralph Waggener: The Square Crows have brought us together
    Posted: 2015-10-08, Story ID: 78159

  146. Gas Prices: Where do we go from here?
    Posted: 2015-10-04, Story ID: 78092

  147. Billy Joe Fudge: Don't drive out of town for gas
    Posted: 2015-10-02, Story ID: 78048

  148. Miss Vicky aligns with BJ Fudge; takes action, steps on toes
    Posted: 2015-09-27, Story ID: 77968

  149. Kentucky Color: Did you ever wonder? - About gas prices?
    Posted: 2015-09-27, Story ID: 77966

  150. Lois Cunningham: Alan Reed, a new kind of superintendent
    Posted: 2015-09-23, Story ID: 77871

  151. Jon Halsey: Taken aback calculus not being offered at ACHS
    Posted: 2015-09-21, Story ID: 77825

  152. Jamie Isabelle: Shocked by vote on Superintendent contract
    Posted: 2015-09-19, Story ID: 77791

  153. V. Kolbenschlag: Shabby campus turned into source of pride
    Posted: 2015-09-18, Story ID: 77774

  154. Darrell Overstreet: I can't believe what I read . . .
    Posted: 2015-09-18, Story ID: 77758

  155. Thinks retired teachers a treasure of talent for community
    Posted: 2015-09-17, Story ID: 77736

  156. Charles Marshburn: Ben is on a mission
    Posted: 2015-09-12, Story ID: 77644

  157. Thanks: For people who step up to plate when needed
    Posted: 2015-09-06, Story ID: 77526

  158. Willard Pritchard very alert for danger at two Adair intersections
    Posted: 2015-09-06, Story ID: 77501

  159. Writer says Gov. Beshear statement very well said
    Posted: 2015-09-04, Story ID: 77475

  160. Jon Halsey: Comments on Gov. Beshear Statement
    Posted: 2015-09-04, Story ID: 77470

  161. Louise Butler: The bus garage was oldest, e most dilapidated
    Posted: 2015-09-02, Story ID: 77411

  162. 1 Graf Editorial: The need for crosswalks - protect LWC students
    Posted: 2015-09-01, Story ID: 77400

  163. Thinks new band building should have come before bus garage
    Posted: 2015-08-31, Story ID: 77381

  164. Joyce Coomer: Downtown comments
    Posted: 2015-08-31, Story ID: 77380

  165. Billy Joe Fudge: Encore editorial on Leadership from 5 years ago
    Posted: 2015-08-30, Story ID: 77363

  166. Need more like Easton Bryant standing up for small business
    Posted: 2015-08-27, Story ID: 77304

  167. Chicken Issue: Writer doesn't, will never eat chicken again
    Posted: 2015-08-24, Story ID: 77269

  168. Granny Nanny says - for 24 Aug 2015
    Posted: 2015-08-24, Story ID: 77260

  169. Troy Elmore: On Slavery as punishment in U.S. Constitution
    Posted: 2015-08-24, Story ID: 77249

  170. Jon Halsey: On dueling and the Constitution
    Posted: 2015-08-21, Story ID: 77207

  171. Travel note and comment on state of fleet, Pulaski Co., KY
    Posted: 2015-08-19, Story ID: 77166

  172. Jon Halsey comments on CAUD board membership
    Posted: 2015-08-17, Story ID: 77127

  173. Jim Barbee: Sees Craft Brewing Industry in Adair Co. future
    Posted: 2015-08-16, Story ID: 77103

  174. Marcia Shuffett: Thinks tax increase excessive
    Posted: 2015-08-15, Story ID: 77082

  175. Jon Halsey: A plug for Rural Mail Carriers, RFD
    Posted: 2015-08-10, Story ID: 76983

  176. When Mail is delivered late, who is responsible for late charges
    Posted: 2015-08-10, Story ID: 76982

  177. Joyce Coomer: Let little kids just be kids
    Posted: 2015-08-10, Story ID: 76976

  178. BJF on what a trip to Nancy, KY, has to include
    Posted: 2015-08-10, Story ID: 76974

  179. Gerald Doss: Those paying water bills are the boss
    Posted: 2015-08-08, Story ID: 76950

  180. Billy Joe Fudge: We can rejuvenate Downtown Columbia
    Posted: 2015-08-08, Story ID: 76942

  181. Ralph Waggener: Story a great service to Adair County
    Posted: 2015-08-07, Story ID: 76936

  182. Jon Halsey: Glad to have question asked on CAUD spending
    Posted: 2015-08-07, Story ID: 76932

  183. No problem! - Don't worry about shape of hay bundle
    Posted: 2015-08-05, Story ID: 76887

  184. Joyce Coomer's idea: Art Fair would be farmer's market of talent
    Posted: 2015-08-03, Story ID: 76824

  185. RRW: Confessions of a traveler in the fast lane
    Posted: 2015-08-02, Story ID: 76816

  186. Ralph Waggener: Supports Arts Fair in Old Courthouse idea
    Posted: 2015-08-01, Story ID: 76803

  187. Joyce M. Coomer presents a splendid idea for use of Courthouse
    Posted: 2015-08-01, Story ID: 76800

  188. Better signage would help at Hurt & Jamestown Street
    Posted: 2015-08-01, Story ID: 76790

  189. Guest editorial comment from Truly Dedicated Lindsey Employee
    Posted: 2015-08-01, Story ID: 76784

  190. Ralph Roy Waggener: More who helped with 206/55 junction
    Posted: 2015-07-30, Story ID: 76756

  191. Robert Cumming: 'Turn' has more to do with spinning millstone
    Posted: 2015-07-30, Story ID: 76741

  192. Contractor rolls in for lighting installation for Exit 46
    Posted: 2015-07-29, Story ID: 76732

  193. BJF: Why a fresh new start to re-invigorate Downtown is needed
    Posted: 2015-07-26, Story ID: 76673

  194. Geo. Kolbenschlag: Planning for Downtown needs diverse ideas
    Posted: 2015-07-26, Story ID: 76665

  195. Commentary on A Plan for Downtown Columbia
    Posted: 2015-07-26, Story ID: 76664

  196. Billy Joe Fudge: A plan for Downtown Columbia, KY
    Posted: 2015-07-25, Story ID: 76648

  197. Alice Smith Robinson remembers Nell's Variety Story
    Posted: 2015-07-22, Story ID: 76579

  198. Rollin Knifley: Square needs more than covered walkways
    Posted: 2015-07-21, Story ID: 76567

  199. BJF: We need an overall strategy to get jobs
    Posted: 2015-07-21, Story ID: 76556

  200. Ben Arnold: BJF has great idea for covered walkways
    Posted: 2015-07-20, Story ID: 76552


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