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Bryan Taylor wants photo of Civil War veteran grandfather

Bryan Taylor writes:
My name is Bryan Taylor, I would like to know who has these photographs. He is one of my grandfathers. He was a member of the 13th KY Company D in the Civil War. I am a Civil War Reenactor and when we dress Union that is the company we portray. I would really like a copy of that photograph, that way I can show people a photo of my grandfather when I am reenacting and people ask me why I do this.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks --Bryan Taylor
Thanks for your inquiry: If it is the photo of John Richard Keltner and George A. Keltner, the photo is owned by Phillip Coffey. If you are referring to the photo accompanying the article Judge Lawless seeks more on Weed Civil War Reunion, that photo is owned by Judge Scott Lawless. Permission or copies would have to be secured from the owners of the photos. If we hear of any other availability, we'll post on CM. -EW


2012-01-08 21:04:40 | Comments | Printable version

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Downtown People: Dog of the Night



2012-01-08 - 100 Quadrant, Public Square, Columibia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
A noble soul. He's a friendly fellow, the Dog of the Night. Just a few minutes before, the Waggle-tail Mix had been kissing another cement swan, but in the picture at the Fountain on the Columbia Square, a swan appears more interested in him. He may have a name, and if so, it would be nice to add to his picture; and he may be someone's pet. He limps on three legs, without the use of his back left one.

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Kentucky Color - Old King Charles may still swim Crocus Creek

Even legendary Adair County fisherman, Coy Furkins, the greatest bank fisherman of them all, was never able to land Old King Charles, the gargantuan fish which vexed the writer, and his father Ordell Fudge and fishing buddies Donald and Steve Campbell. For all that is known, the monster fish still swims the big holes of Crocus Creek.
The next earlier Kentucky Color: Kentucky Color: Artist loggers

By Billy Joe Fudge

Along with my dad, Ordell Fudge, Steve and his dad, Donald Campbell and the Great Wooded South's greatest bank fisherman to ever live, Coy Furkins, I have spent many priceless days and nights fishing up and down the most majestic Crocus Creek which spans parts of Adair, Russell and Cumberland County. It's many fishing spots some of which are the Swimming hole, the Landslide hole, and the Church house hole yielded many record catches none of which were recognized by any "official" organizations but they were records none the less.


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2012-01-08 20:50:50 | Comments | Printable version

Carol Perkins: Never a Dull Moment

Poor judgment doesn't elude any of us, Carol Perkins says, with this set of real life anecdotes proving her point.
The next earlier Carol Perkins column: Carol Perkins: The Long Island Medium

By Carol Perkins

A man called his son to pick him up from the hospital as quickly as he could because he was being released and was certainly ready to go home. It would take the grown son about thirty minutes to reach the hospital, during which time the man had waited in the lobby in a wheel chair, loaded down with his belongings.


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2012-01-08 19:54:18 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Carol Perkins

Amandaville Church is Old North Church in his mind's eye

Billy Joe Fudge writes:
"One if by land and two if by sea" is the first thing that comes to mind and in my Great Wooded South imaginary rendition of history, Amandaville Church has always occupied the Old North Church's place in my mind's eye. Additionally, its back yard fence line has yielded several beautiful frost flowers over the years. - Billy Joe Fudge
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2012-01-08 18:11:43 | Comments | Printable version

White Chow mix found in the Sav-A-Lot area of Columbia, KY

John Arnold writes:

Chow Found; A timid, friendly, white chow mix found in the Sav-A-Lot area of Columbia. She has been in the area since Friday, January 6, 2012. Please call 270-384-2887. -JOHN ARNOLD


2012-01-08 15:38:14 | Comments | Printable version

Marie Greer Goodin, Adair Co., KY (1927-2012)

She was a member of a large, respected Northeast Adair County, KY family. She had worked at Union Underwear in Campbellsville, KY, and was a member of the New Hope Separate Baptist Church.

Marie Greer Goodin, age 84 years, of Wesley Goodin Road, Millerfield Community, Columbia, KY passed away Saturday, January 7, 2012 at 3:15pmCT, at her home after an illness.

Funeral services are Tuesday, January 9, 2012 at 1pmCT at New Hope Separate Baptist Church, 10706 Liberty Road, Columbia, KY, with Bro. David Coffey the officiating clergy. Interment will be in Chapel Cemetery at Knifley. Visitation after 4:30pmCT, Monday, January 9, 2012,and 6am-8:30amCT, Tuesday morning at Stotts-Phelps-McQueary Funeral Home, 210 Greensburg Street Columbia, KY, and after 9amCT until time for the service, Tuesday, at the church.


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2012-01-08 15:30:19 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Amandaville Christian Church beacon of light for community

Church was founded ca 1915

John Chowning writes:
What wonderful memories of my family and childhood resulted from seeing your wonderful night photograph of the Amandaville Christian Church. The Amandaville community is my home on Crocus Creek in northern Cumberland County, and I have many memories of my parents, Chattin and Libby Chowning, my maternal grandmother, Dollye Brockman, and other relatives and friends who were active members there. That church has been a beacon of light in that community and beyond for nearly a century - having been founded, as I recall, around 1915. Thanks for sharing the photograph and comments.Best, regardsJohn ChowningCampbellsville, KY --John Chowning
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2012-01-08 14:42:42 | Comments | Printable version

Big news day, Jan. 8, 2012: Front page overload

It's a big news day; at 12:02pmCT, the number of Sunday stories exceeded the Main Page capacity. To read all of today's stories in one scroll, with access to today's photos in one reader controlled slideshow, switch to DAILY NEWS for SUNDAY, January 8, 2012. It's CM as a Daily Newspaper, favored by many for its search options, too.

2012-01-08 12:06:59 | Comments | Printable version

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2012-01-08 11:58:49 | Comments | Printable version

Were married in beautiful little church at Amandaville

Donna Kearns Abney writes:
That is my family church. My husband and I were married in this beautiful little church. --Donna Kearns Abney
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2012-01-08 11:20:01 | Comments | Printable version

JIM, History: The death of Captain Robert Paxton, 1815

By JIM

One hundred and ninety-seven years ago this Friday past -- January 8th, 1815 -- American troops under the command of Old Hickory routed the British in the Battle of New Orleans. Not surprisingly, a company of men from Adair County were on hand to make sure the Redcoats were thoroughly whipped. Wrote Judge H.C. Baker in his "Sketches of Adair County" (Adair County News, June 25th & July 3rd, 1918):

A company of soldiers, which was enlisted for the war of 1812, from Adair county and which served in the campaign in Louisiana, was that of Capt. Robert Paxton. This company was a part of the regiment of which William Mitchisson was the colonel, and was discharged on May 20th, 1815, in Louisiana. The officers of the company were Robert Paxton, Captain; Daniel Bibb, lieutenant; William Rhea, ensign; William P. Montgomery, Campbell Gilmore, Isham Ready, Alexander Brownlee, and James Armes were the sergeants; and Archibald Rhea, Asa Jones, Wm. Hogan, and Anthony Davis were corporals. Allen Miller was wagon master...


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2012-01-08 10:10:33 | Comments | Printable version

He never knew there were so many ways to make gravy

Lance D Bean writes:
Dear friends - my stepdaughter Sara bought me Julia Child's 1st edition cook book for Christmas. I never knew there were so many ways to prepare brown gravy! Best wishes for the New Year. - LANCE
Comments re article 49269 Tom Chaney review of The Way to Cook by Julia Child


2012-01-08 09:45:34 | Comments | Printable version

Poetry by Roberty Stone, Sonnet: How to write a sonnet

How to write a sonnet
-a sonnet for those who want to write them
Your accents are the basic building blocks
of English writing poetry and prose.
The louder softer sequence rhythm rocks
and forms the feet, the beat, when you compose.

Your rhymes are ornaments delighting ear
of readers keyed to need agreed decreed
but sphere and tier austere and drear appear
when too much used distracting common weed.

Your sonnet must have fourteen goodly lines
and accents five to each and every one.
Some variance dividing stanzas signs
this sample as Shakespearean spell spun.

And well it would be if some meaning found
a hiding place within your sought out sound.

- Robert Stone, 8 January 2012
The next earlier poem by Robert Stone: Poetry by Robert Stone: Questing Upward Slopes, a sonnet


2012-01-08 09:25:02 | Comments | Printable version

Tom Chaney: review of The Way to Cook by Julia Child

A warning: This review will make one hungry for Country Ham, make one pine for Sulphur Well, and hungry for home cooking - almost a religion in North Metcalfe County, KY. It's about Calvin Trillin and Tom Chaney's aunt Daisy and the Napoleon Hill of Cooking, Julia Child and the bible of preparing food, The Way to Cook. First published in Hart County News-Herald 6 November 2005.
The next earlier Tom Chaney column, New Year's Resolution and the Myth of Eden

By Tom Chaney

The Way to Cook

A new preacher came to a small rural church and was visiting his new parishioners. He arrived at the house of a young couple with a small boy. After talking with the family, the minister asked if it would be permissible to read a passage from the Bible. The family agreed and the minister asked that they provide the Bible.


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2012-01-08 07:49:52 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Tom Chaney: Of Writers and Their Books

Business/Link: Story on 3 people to fire - immediately

Getting to Yes and Success: Pushing aside the people impediments to progress: 3 from Bloomberg/Business Week, plus one CM will add, the Human Chokepoint


By Ed Waggener

Found this story from November 8, 2011, in Bloomberg/Business Week by chance, today, and thought it applied to lots of things going on in the community: Projects, consultants, boards, governments, businesses, institutions: It's about the people who need to be fired for the sake of the enterprise, three easily recognized stereotypes.

There's a place for everyone, we guess. Click to Three Types of People to Fire Immediately. The link was still live today, Sunday, January 8, 2012, but may not be so at a later date. It sounds harsh, but it appears essential. We'd add a fourth stereotypical impediment: The human chokepoint: The person otherwise to be conceived as the backbone of the organization, with the "this place couldn't operate without," reputation -when the very opposite is true.


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2012-01-08 07:28:51 | Comments | Printable version

Dave Rosenbaum remembers revivals at Amandaville Christian

Dave Rosenbaum writes:
Really a great picture of the Amandaville Christian Church at night. We often attended revival meetings at that church when I was a youngster at Fairplay. Thanks for that memory. - Dave Rosenbaum
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2012-01-08 07:01:39 | Comments | Printable version

Elizabeth Raikes, Taylor Co., KY native (1920-2012)

She was a member of a prominent, highly regarded Taylor County, KY family. She professed faith in Christ and was a member of the Lowell Avenue Baptist Church. She was a former sales clerk and a retired employee of Fruit of the Loom in Campbellsville, KY

Elizabeth Raikes of Hodgenville, KY, formerly of Campbellsville, KY died at 1:15pm, Saturday, January 7, 2012 in Hodgenville, KY.

The funeral service will be at 3pmET/2pmCT, Tuesday, January 10, 2012, at the Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home, 418 Lebanon Avenue, Campbellsville, KY, by the Rev. J. Alvin Hardy. Burial will be in the Good Hope Baptist Cemetery. Visitation will be after 11amET/10amCT, Tuesday, at the funeral home.


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2012-01-08 06:16:33 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

CHUCK HINMAN, IJMA: The Kinney Farm, Part I

This It's Just Me Again column was originally sent out by Chuck Hinman on May 13, 2005. It's a long read, a curl up with your Kindle on a Sunday with CM and savor. It's about a special farm, one without the glitter, but with lore, legend, lives which made it so very special
The next earlier Chuck Hinman column on CM: CHUCK HINMAN: It's Just Me No. 048: Trouble in OK Corral

by Chuck Hinman

My name is Chuck Hinman. I am 83 years old and I have an insatiable interest in writing memories of my life. I am the son of Arley and Merle (Mouser) Hinman and the brother of Bob Hinman and Joy Ann English. My folk's farm was a half mile east of the Kinney farm and I grew up and lived there from 1926 to 1939. After the war came along I moved from that area never to return to live. But I have many memories of that area and time "among my souvenirs."


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2012-01-08 05:20:15 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Chuck Hinman - Reminiscences

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2012-01-08 05:11:20 | Comments | Printable version

Taylor Countian Chase Cox three-pointer is game-winner

Lindsey Wilson College Men's Basketball won a thriller in Ohio, Saturday, January 7, 2012, scoring last 12 points of the game to defeat the RedStorm of Rio Grande University, 73-70. Chase Spreen led LW with 17 points. Cox had 13 and Wes Hanspard and Columbia, KY's Darren Ballou scored 10 each.

Next: LWC Blue Raider Men's Basketball hosts Shawnee State of Portsmouth, OH, at Biggers Sports Arena, 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, KY, at 8pmCT, Thursday, January 12, 2012. - From Lindsey Wilson Assistant Sports Information Director Dan White


2012-01-08 04:37:30 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Sports

Today, SUNDAY with CM, January 8, 2011

Haiku by Robert Stone for January 8, 2012:
Bright covers up faint,
too much light spoils the darkness
where sparks can fire hearts
--Robert Stone, Sunday, 8 January 2012.
-1000 haiku countdown to Chambers Stevens' 50th birthday, Day 117, in progress-Robert Stone, Sunday, 8 January 2012

SUNDAY with CM + MORE MUST READS ADDED LATER - Jan 8, 2011 Columns, Special Stories, Special Albums Index
for your favorite writers + important news stories, features, and Must Read recent stories on CM.
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2012-01-08 04:16:41 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Today

Daisy Keltner, famous PM of Gradyville, KY

Pictures from Phil Coffey's collection evokes memories of kinships, include another never-to-be-forgotten Adair County personality, onetime postmaster of Gradyville, KY, Daisy Keltner

Denise Adamson writes:
Ed, John R Keltner and George A Keltner were brothers to my Great Grand Father, Robert Oliver Keltner who also fought in the civil war. He died in 1921 and is buried in Tarter's Chapel Cemetery. His daughter was my Grandmother, Daisy Keltner who was the postmistress for Gradyville for many years. --Denise Adamson
Comments re photo 43399 John R Keltner and George A Keltner Keltnertown founder


2012-01-08 03:31:31 | Comments | Printable version

Welcome to Columbia/Adair Co., KY: home of Begley Chapel

and ColumbiaMagazine.com:
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2012-01-08 03:21:24 | Comments | Printable version

JIM: Ben Carter (part 1 of 5)

What an adventurous time it was, 100 years ago in America. And what a time of unbounded optimism in Adair County. This five part series starts today, Sunday, January 8, 2012: The mere narrative told by a writer with ten percent of Ben Carter's literary ability, would inspire. First hand information always trumps wordsmanship, but it is also added proof that there is an uncanny mastery of the art of storytelling in this land: We all know and celebrate the greats drawn from Adair County - the Samuel Langhorne Clemonses, the Capwell Wyckoffs, the Janice Holt Giles, the Mike Watsons and the Diane Campbells - but along with them, there are the lesser famed, and one wonders what made a Mark Twain famous, and we're just now learning of the Ben Carters of Breeding, Adair County, KY, of the day. Our thanks to Jim. -EW

Overland to Santa Fe, 1851 (part 1)

By JIM

In 1850, Adair County native Ben Carter, then a stripling lad of eighteen, took leave of the familial hearth and home in Breeding, Ky. and went west, briefly settling in Missouri until the spring of 1851, when he embarked on an adventure of a lifetime. Sixty years later, the Adair County News published a series of five letters from Mr. Carter which detailed his journey -- an overland trip from Kansas City to Santa Fe.

Your humble transcriber took the liberty of correcting minor typographical errors; correcting and adding minor punctuation for clarification; and in a few instances, adding information in parentheses for clarification. The final installment will include a brief biographical sketch of Mr. Carter.)

Part 1 of 5, published in the April 26, 1911 Adair County News.

A Pioneer Journey: Uncle Ben Carter Writes of Wagon Journey to the Southwest, Made in 1851

The writer of this letter and four others which will follow, is a native of Adair County, and a half uncle of Mr. J.N. Coffey, of this place. He left this county many years ago. He now lives at St. Charles, Iowa.


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2012-01-08 03:17:18 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Jim: History

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2012-01-08 02:49:31 | Comments | Printable version


Birthdays and Anniversaries for January 8
Happy Anniversary, Willie Mat Feese, (1915-2013) and Grace Feese (1922) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Andy Willis (2003) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Beverly Hollingsworth | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Brady Hixson (1999) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Brandon Harvey | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Dylan Mann (2002) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Gale Burris Cowan (1972) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Gary Mann | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Jo Greene (1972) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Maddie Harmon (2001) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Margaret Bault Varble | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Marilyn McGowan | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Marsha Napier | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Mike Burris of Russell Springs (1952) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Ronnie Cowan | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Shelby Robertson (1992) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Tasha Padgett | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Tim Blackistone | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Zack Giles | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Danny 'Coon' Calhoun, Adair County, KY (1953-2018) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Patty Jean Fergerson, Campbellsville, KY (1933-2019) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Glenda Sue Terry Smith, Russell Springs, KY (1939-2019) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Bonnie Faye Piskorski, Burkesville, KY (1938-2019) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Donna Ann Corbin, Campbellsville, KY (1960-2019) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Pina Lee Pyles, Columbia, KY (1919-2009) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Kenneth Grider, Casey Co., KY (1923) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Stephen Ray "Steve" Cassada (1950) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Naomi Ruth Cerezo, Taylor Co., KY (1948) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Freda Ann Pettit Kingery, Taylor Co., KY native (1958) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Lou Keltner, Adair Co., KY (1937) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Wanda Faye Robertson, Casey County, KY (1946-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Ovella Mae Wilson, Green Co., KY (1935) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, James G. Wyland, Adair Co., KY, Kansas native (1944-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, William Allen Robertson, Center, KY (1940-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Creal Cundiff, 72, Adair County, KY (1942-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Bobby Glen Eastridge, Elk Horn, KY (1935-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Kermit J. Brockman, Casey County, KY (1939-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Nathan D. Hale, Adair Co., KY, Russell Co., KY native (1934-2015) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mrs. Shirley Lou Hendricks, 71, Green Co., KY (1944-2015) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Clark Lee Prall Hopkins, 63, Taylor County, KY (1952-2015) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Kim Brown Angel, Casey Co., KY (1961-2015) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Christina Gribbins, 39, Taylor Co., KY (1976-2015) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Jason Timothy Gosser, 33, Casey Co., KY (1983-2016) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Earl Lloyd Guthrie, Cumberland Co., KY (1941-2016) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Charles Lucas, 90, Middleburg, KY (1926-2016) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Michael Jones, 42, Burkesville, KY (1974-2016) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Fern Spears, 82, Burkesville, KY (1935-2017) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, James Ernest Snyder, Casey Co., KY (1968-2017) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Rebecca Jean Hogue Lay, Casey Co., KY (1940-2017) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Clarence Wayne Price, 47, Green County, KY (1970-2017) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mr. Roy Lewis McCubbin, Green County, KY (1932-2018) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Malcolm Willis, 84, Marrowbone, KY (1934-2018) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Joe Knopp, 89, Taylor County, KY (1929-2018) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Geneva Cash, Burkesville, KY (1935-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Johnnie Bea Greninger, Taylor Co., KY (1938-2015) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Elizabeth Edwards Rodgers | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Evelyn Fisher, 97, Greensburg, KY (1924-2021) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, James Weldon Wright, 86, Burkesville, KY (1934-2020) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Jimmie Douglas Moran, 78, Russell Springs, KY (1943-2021) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Lanny Smith, 78, Hustonville, KY (1945-2023) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Lucille Mary Davis, 88, Russell County, KY (1930-2018) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mary Helen Montgomery, 96, Adair County, KY (1922-2018) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mayrene Combs Bell, 76, Edmonton, KY (1945-2021) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Montra Keen, 89, Columbia, KY (1933-2022) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Norma Jean Taylor, 86, Columbia, KY (1935-2021) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Norris Shawn McCawley, 50, Columbia, KY (1971-2022) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Samuel Clark Vaught, 56, Liberty, KY (1965-2021) Obituary | (Updates/Corrections)

Events scheduled for Sunday, January 8, 2012
All events are listed in Central Time. Submit your upcoming event using our Contact Form.
6:00amCTTime to check Directory of Churches for Sunday morning & evening worship service schedules. | (ID:15499, Comment)
11:00amCTBro. Mark Bradshaw at The Flatwoods Separate Baptist Church
Bro. Mark Bradshaw will be preaching at Flatwoods Separate Baptist Church, 5690 Burkesville Road, Columbia, KY, on Sunday morning January 8, 2012 at 11amCT. The congregation invites everyone to attend. Sunday School starts at 10amCT each Sunday morning and Worship Service starts at 11amCT. Prayer Meeting is on each Wednesday evening at 6pmCT. - MIKE BENNETT | (ID:15592, Comment)
NoonCTPause for Chimes at noon, Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections | (ID:15437, Comment)
1:00pmCTServices in Liberty, KY, for James Roger Overstreet, Casey Co., KY native (1947-2012) | (ID:15599, Comment)
Services, Campbellsville, KY, for Frances Smith, Taylor Co., KY (1919-2012) | (ID:15600, Comment)
1:30pmCTServices at Oak Grove Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Green Co., KY
for Louise Durrett Hodges, Green Co., KY (1939-2012)
| (ID:15604, Comment)
2:00pmCTServices, Russell Springs, KY, for Roger Dale Stephens, Russell Co., KY (1952-2012) | (ID:15597, Comment)
Services, Jamestown, KY, for James Blankenship, Russell Co., KY (1926-2012) | (ID:15602, Comment)
Services, Edmonton, KY, for George Etta Sullivan, 62, Metcalfe Co., KY (d. Jan. 5, 2012) | (ID:15603, Comment)
5:00pmCT Chimes for the evening, Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections | (ID:15470, Comment)

 





























 
 
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