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Maury Lewis: Misses Anderson's Pizza

Maury

My husband and I are so hungry for Anderson 3 cheese pizza and their really fresh salad bar. Are they going to open again? Inquiring minds and Pizza lovers want to know. - Maury Lews



2017-02-17 19:37:49 | Comments | Printable version

Chris Cato: Darn shame KY has most lax animal cruelty laws

Comments re article 67098 Letter Torture is Slippery Slope

By Chris Cato

It is a darn shame that Kentucky has some of the most lax laws concerning animal cruelty in the nation. The same goes for the laws concerning animal abuse and neglect.

The perpetrator/perpetrators responsible for this heinous crime need to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the present laws. We animal lovers need to colectively push Kentucky legislators towards passing laws that carry more appropriate sentences for such cruel and cowardly actions. - Chris Cato

RELATED: A picture of grief . . .


2014-05-05 03:04:54 | Comments | Printable version

Great News: Lost baseball bag found

Cindy Smith writes:
Mr. Waggener, the baseball bag has been found! Thanks for posting! - Cindy Smith
Great news. And thanks, Cindy Smith. Whether CM helped or not, we're so happy for the outcome. Thanks for helping us keep classifieds up to date. And we're retiring Classified Ad ID No. 9387, with much pomp and circumstance. -CM


2012-03-29 10:39:19 | Comments | Printable version

Wants to know number of cards Jasmine got

Janis Scott writes:
Does anyone know how many Christmas cardsJasmine got this year? Praying for her. God Bless ! - Janis Scott<
Comments re article 48685 Diana Long asks everyone to send a card to Jasmine


2012-01-17 02:34:56 | Comments | Printable version

Praise for Angie Polston photo, Good Morning

About: Good Morning Columbia KY photo by Angie P Photography

To ColumbiaMagazine.com:

Beautiful picture.

s/Kay Krug



2010-09-04 07:00:42 | Comments | Printable version

Tiffany Kessler photo brings back memories of bridge

About: Talmadge Memorial Bridge

To Tiffany Kessler, c/o ColumbiaMagazine.com:

I remember this bridge well. My sister and I took a trip to Savannah a few years ago, and we saw this beautiful bridge. However, since I am terrified of bridges I drove 30 minutes out of our way so I didn't have to go over it. Melissa really wanted to get an upclose look at it; so now she can. Thanks!! Also, Congratulations to Tiffany and Eddie Kessler (newlyweds)!!!s/LeAnna Bennett


2010-06-24 13:21:27 | Comments | Printable version

Lauds ACHS Academic Teams National ranking

About: Adair County High School Quiz Bowl Top 10 in the Nation: An amazing feat

To ColumbiaMagazine.com

Now Adair County not only has the best small high school marching band in the country, but some of the smartest young people in our nation. Great work! I'm so proud of all of you.

s/Bev Merritt
Atlanta, GA


2010-06-03 18:30:39 | Comments | Printable version

Enjoys John E. Moss photos of Scenic Russell Co., KY

About: Scenic Russell Co KY: Reflections of Monument Square, Jamestown

To ColumbiaMagazine.com:

Mr. Moss, I enjoy your photos of Russell County so much.

Thanks,

Keep up the good work.

s/Christine Foley


2010-05-26 16:50:56 | Comments | Printable version

Shy reader sends money-making tip

One of our shyer readers sent an interesting money-saving link:
Ed,

I thought you would find this article interesting.

Here's a legal way to print money: change the font - Yahoo! News Here's a legal way to print money: change the font
In a way, it's not a big deal. In another, it does show how seemingly very small changes of habit can make big changes for on a planet-wide scale.


2010-04-07 06:18:39 | Comments | Printable version

An interesting response to Chuck Hinman Long Johns story

Here is an interesting response to Chuck Hinman's "Long-John Weather in Nebraska" -ROBERT H. STONE

Mr. Hinman:

My son sent me a copy of your December article, "Long John Weather in Nebraska." Like you, I was born in Nebraska (Kearney) and, like you, I wore union suits in the winter time around the house and to school as a boy. We moved to Colorado in the mid-1950's and I became a city boy. Since I had a paper route, I didn't mind long underwear and wore them about six months out of the year.


2010-03-02 14:47:04 | Comments | Printable version

Sonnet reminds of own Unsorted items

Poetry by Robert Stone: Sonnet: Unsorted Items
To Robert Stone/ColumbiaMagazine.com

This sonnet reminds me of why I want to find a place in the house to put a hope chest. I would keep old but treasured items in it.Family and friends would be welcome to open it, go inside, and and enjoy looking at the things inside for the memories that they bring, nobody would be allowed to sort and throw away these items.

I have one of Benji's old baby shoes from when he was 4 months old, I have old toys that belong to both Benji and Chris.

I have artwork and essays that each of them made when they were young children:) I have one or two things that I wrote and made when I was a young child:)

s/Lisa Comperry


2010-03-02 00:55:57 | Comments | Printable version

Highest accolade for classic photo series: Best ever

Going, Going, Gone! photo series by Kelly Crawhorn, edited by Pen

To ColumbiaMagazine.com:

Ed, just to say that this is the best photo series and story line that I have ever seen on ColumbiaMagazine.

s/Robert Stone


2010-02-03 18:49:49 | Comments | Printable version

Corporal Glasgow's Letter to His New-born Son

Introduction to A WWII letter to a new born son
See also: "He was truly a good man," the obituary of Glenn Shirley Glasgow

This letter, written to me shortly after my birth, is a letter that myfamily and I have long cherished. Corporal Glasgow was somewhere inWales, preparing for the D-Day invasion. I arrived on a snowy winter'snight and my mother's best friend, Nancy Cobb, rushed from thedelivery room to telegram Dad of my birth.

Dad used the typewriter ofhis commanding officer, Captain Clark, to prepare the letter. Thetypographical errors, additions, and other features may well expressthe excitement Dad experienced on receipt of the news that he had ason.

The letter, 65 years old, doesn't copy well, but its messages areclear! I share it now, just as it was typed, with all of our manyfamily friends in Adair County as many of those attending hisvisitation asked me to do so. It is a tribute not only to my father,but to his wife, Frances, whom he loved so much. The lastsentence Tell her that I am well, and that she shouldn't worry aboutme is so typical of Dad and is just as applicable today as it was onFebruary 12, 1944. Rest assured Dad, I have given her that message! -Glenn P. (Pat) Glasgow, Jan. 5, 2010.

Thanks.

s/Glenn P. (Pat) Glasgow


2010-01-07 04:33:35 | Comments | Printable version

Wants more stories like Littlest Angel carries off Baby Jesus

About: Littlest angel carries off Baby Jesus kidnapping

To ColumbiaMagazine.com:

We need to hear more stories like this one!

s/Chris Bennett


2009-12-23 03:16:23 | Comments | Printable version

Loveless Cafe gets Mark Royse nod for great food

About: Travel: Loveless Motel: Seasons eatings

To ColumbiaMagazine.com:

Cool place...and the food is great.

s/Mark Royse

See also: Tom Chaney No. 175. Sept. 14, 2008, about a book review


2009-12-21 14:26:20 | Comments | Printable version



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