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Link/Wired: Big oil benefits most from gasoline sales

There's a story online on Wired by Doug Newcomb which says that most of the money paid at the pump goes directly into oil company coffers, at: Study: 66 Percent of Your Fill-Up Goes Into Oil Company Coffers

2013-02-08 19:26:41 | Comments | Printable version

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Ovella Mae Wilson, Green Co., KY (1935-2013)



2013-02-08 - 206 S Main Street, Greensburg, KY - Photo from Cowherd & Parrott Funeral Home.

Ovella Mae Wilson, Green Co., KY (1935-2013)



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Victoria Pike urges all to complete Highway Survey

Comments re article 57503 Transportation Cabinet Survey
Click on headline for Victoria Pike's complete editorial with link to survey

By Victoria Pike

I urge all citizens who have concerns about our roads in Adair County to take the time to answer the questions in the "Your Turn" survey.

Near the end of the survey, citizen response is requested. You can type in your specific concern.


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2013-02-08 19:12:46 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Commentary

No one can play steel guitar like Audie McQueary

Lou Ann Gore Flanagan writes:
Audie is a very talented musician and no one can play a steel guitar like he can - Lou Ann Gore Flanagan
Comments re photo 48426 Audie McQueary at the Red Brick Recording Studio


2013-02-08 19:04:43 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Local Arts Scene

Ovella Mae Wilson, Green Co., KY (1935-2013)

She was a member of Shively Baptist Church after being a long time member of Carlisle Avenue Baptist Church. Ovella was honored with a Kentucky Colonel, and was a homemaker who deeply loved her family. She was preceded in death by her two husbands: William L. Nunn and Carroll Edward Wilson
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Ovella Mae Patterson Nunn Wilson of Louisville, Kentucky, a native of Green County, KY, departed this life on Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at the Essex Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility in Louisville, KY.

The funeral services for Ovella Mae Patterson will be conducted at 11amCT/12pm noon ET, Saturday, February 9, 2013 at the Cowherd & Parrott Funeral Home, 206 S Main Street, Greensburg, KY, with burial to follow in the Greasy Creek Cemetery, Green County. Bro. Roger Robertson will be officiating. Visitation will be at Heady-Hardy Funeral Home, 7710 Dixie Highway, Louisville, Kentucky on Thursday, 3pm-7pmCT/4pm-8pmET. A second visitation will be Friday, 4pm-8pmCT/5pm-9pmET, at the Cowherd & Parrott Funeral Home, and after 7amCT/8amET, Saturday until time of the funeral service.


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2013-02-08 18:51:46 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

A hypothetical: How Dr. Roger, Ralph Roy would acknowledge driving sins

Comparative crime, comparative confessions

Roger D Smith DMD writes to Junior:
Dear Jr: I think it is boring to sit at the light and not turn, but I don't because I would be running a red light. Since you have already pled guilty to this offense then I would ask, "How many times have you as a public servant turned yourself in to the local authorities?"

You know in your heart if Ralph and I had committed this offense, we would be waiting for the proper authorities the very next morning!

Especially, if someone had seen us. - Roger D Smith DMD
Comments re article 57498 Sees no need not to turn left when no one in sight


2013-02-08 17:46:08 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Jon Halsey: Against government set asides for minorities

Comments re article 57500 State implements new procurement process for minority vendors

By Jon Halsey
Personal opinion

I thought Racial Discrimination was against the law in this county. Silly me.

I think it is an admirable goal to reach out to Small Businesses but to give preference based on Race is as abominable now as it was 60 years ago.


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2013-02-08 17:36:41 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Commentary

Ed Pipalski poses questions on crosswalks

Ed Pipalski writes:
The stop lines are placed on the roadway prior to the pedestrian cross walk lane so vehicles do not obstruct or strike pedestrians who actually use the crosswalks and obey traffic laws like they are required to in most municipalities, ie. jay-walking. The real question though is, if one fails to stop, completely behind the line or stop sign if there is no line, did one run the sign and be subject to a traffic citation? - Ed Pipalski
Comments re article 57494 Big Al Owens Its important to stop behind painted stop line


2013-02-08 17:21:59 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Movie Argo has Campbellsville, KY connection

By Betty J. Gorin, Campbellsville, KY
From Larry Smith, Operations Manager, The Big Dawg 99.8 FM

The movie Argo is one for the productions being considered for awards from the Academy this weekend. The movie has a Campbellsville connection.

Tony Mendez was an agen in the CIA and had the idea on how to rescue 8 American hostages who were hiding in the Canadian Embassy in the Iran Hostage Crisis. Tony is married to Jonna Hiestand, a physician and former mayor of Campbellsville. She, too, was a CIA Agent.

Tony has received the highest honor the CIA can give and Jonna and he are both on the Board of the Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Jonna Hiestand was Chief of Disguise at the CIA before she retired. The Mendezes come to Campbellsville about once a year to visit relatives. Tony loves to play golf at our Country Club. - Betty Jane Gorin


2013-02-08 16:48:52 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Movies

Two Campbellsville Elementary School students detained

.38 caliber handgun, fold out knives found in students' backpacks

From Larry Smith, The Big Dawg FM 99.9

Campbellsville Police detained two juvenile students at Campbellsville Elementary School, 230 W Main Street, Campbellsville, KY, after acting on a report that a juvenile possibly possessed a handgun. During the investigation police recovered a .38 caliber handgun and two fold-out style knives from two students' backpacks.

The incident occurred Friday, February 8, 2013.

The investigation is ongoing with possible charges pending. There are no reported injuries or threats pertaining to this incident. - Larry Smith, FM 99.9, with thanks to the Campbellsville Police Department


2013-02-08 16:41:41 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Kentucky State Police

Bobby D. Jessie, Adair Co., KY (1943-2013)

He was born in Adair County, KY, a member of a highly regarded South Adair County family. He was a 1962 graduate of Adair County High School, Columbia, KY. Bobby worked as a data processing manager for many years and was a faithful member of Harrah Freewill Baptist Church. Bobby proudly served his country in the United States Air Force and later joined the American Legion following his service. During his time in the military he deservingly received the National Defense Service Medal
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Bobby D. Jessie, 69, of Del City, Oklahoma passed away on Tuesday, February 5, 2013. Visitation was 9am-8pmCT, Thursday February 7, 2013, at Sunny Lane Funeral Home, 4000 SE 29th Street, Del City, OK. A second visitation will be at Eternal Hills, Snellville, GA, from 4pm-6pmCT/5pm-7pmET, Monday, February 11, 2013. Funeral services will be Tuesday, February 12, 2013, at Eternal Hills Funeral Home & Crematory, 3594 Stone Mountain Highway, Snellville, GA 30039, at 10amCT/11amET. Burial will be at Eternal Hills Cemetry in Snellville, GA.


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2013-02-08 15:58:31 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

CAUD Boil Water Advisory Lifted: Dunnville Road area

February 8, 2013 (As of 3:10pmCT on February 8, 2013; received 3:10pmCT; posted 3:20pmCT) the boil water advisory for customers on Dunnville Road, Eunice-Dunnville Road, Damrons Creek Road, Short Creek Road and Roger's Lane has been lifted by the Division of Water Columbia office. This means your water is safe for human consumption. You no longer have to boil your water. Thank you. - Columbia Adair Utilities District

2013-02-08 15:15:14 | Comments | Printable version

Wonders when Ralph Roy found patience

Comments re article 57505 Letter Patience Jr Feese

Shamarie Claiborne writes:
When did Ralph Roy find patience? Must have been after I was a child...ROFL --Shamarie Claiborne
Truth be known, I think he learned it from Junior Feese, who was always a role model, the epitome of decorum and good behavior. -ED


2013-02-08 12:50:02 | Comments | Printable version

Gwen Roach Perkins Agle, Cumberland Co., KY (1927-2013)

She was a native of Cumberland County, KY, and a resident of Arizona at the time of her death. She was of the Baptist Faith, was a Homemaker and formerly employed by RCA
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Mrs. Gwendoleneæ "Gwen" Roach Perkins Agle, age 85, of Apache Junction, Arizona formerly of Cumberland County, Kentucky passed away Tuesday February 5, 2013 in Arizona.

Funeral Services will be conducted Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 1pmCT/2pmET, in the Memory Chapel of Norris-New Funeral Home, 601 N Main Street, Burkesville, Kentucky, with Bro. David Stearns officiating. Burial will be in the Chestnut Grove Cemetery in Cumberland County, Kentucky. Friends may visit after 11amCT/12pm noon ET, Sunday until the funeral hour.


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2013-02-08 12:32:33 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Clyde Goodin, Sr, 92, Casey County, KY (1920-2013)

He was retired from Dowell's Furniture Store and the KentuckianTheater in Liberty, KY. He was a lifelong citizen of Liberty, KY where he reared his five children. He is survived by his beloved wife, Docey Roy Goodin. He leaves 37 direct and three step living descendants.
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Clyde Goodin, Sr. of Liberty, KY passed away peacefully on Thursday February 7, 2013. He was 92 years old.

Funeral services are 12pm noon CT/1pmET, Sunday February 10, 2013 at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home, 752 Campbellsville Street, Liberty, KY with Bro. Hershel Lawhorn officiating. Burial will be at Glenwood Cemetery. Visitation is 5pm-8pmCT/6pm-9pmET, Saturday, February 9, 2013, at the funeral home Sunday from 7pmCT/8pmET, until service.


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2013-02-08 11:54:13 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Marion Co., KY driver injured, treated, arrested, incarcerated

By TFC Billy Gregory, Public Affairs Officer
Kentucky State Police Post 15, Columbia, KY

MARION COUNTY, KY - Trooper Casey Wethington is investigating an injury collision that occurred on Thursday February 7, 2013 at approximately 11:20pmET. The collision occurred on Burke Springs Road, approximately four miles south of Loretto. James Mackin, age 44 of Bardstown, was operating a 1993 Pontiac Grand Prix traveling south on Burke Springs Road when his vehicle dropped off the shoulder of the road, traveled through a residential lawn, through a small pond, across a driveway before striking a utility pole. Mackin, who was not belted, was transported to Springview Medical Center where he was treated and released.

Upon release, Mackin was arrested by Trooper Wethington and charged with DUI and lodged in the Marion County Detention Center.

Trooper Wethington was assisted at the scene by the Marion County Sheriff's Department and Marion County EMS. The Collision remains under investigation by Trooper Wethington.


2013-02-08 11:32:12 | Comments | Printable version

Dry Cleaners? What happened to one on Russell Road

R D Collins writes:
Ed, Do you or anyone else know what has happened to the Dry Cleaners that was located on Russell Road just below Circle R? Thanks for any information that is provided. - R D Collins
Thanks Maybe a reader will let us know. -ED WAGGENER

(Ad) Do you offer Dry Cleaning in Adair or surrounding counties. Advertise the service where people are looking. 270-250-2730. - CM


2013-02-08 11:25:45 | Comments | Printable version

Dale Hollow ranked No. 7 best golf course in Kentucky

Rating by Golf Digest for 2013-14, puts Burkesville, Cumberland County, course among Commonwealth's Best

Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park, 6371 State Park Road, Burkesville, KY had the No. 7 ranked course in the state of Kentucky, for 2013-14, according to Gold Digest Magazine. The magazine ranked another state park course, Eagle Ridge at Yatesville Lake State Park, Louisa, KY, as No. 10. The Cumberland County and Lawrence County courses were the only two public links in the top 10.

Dale Hollow is the home course for Cumberland County High School, Burkesville, KY, and is frequently used as a multi-team meet venue for many area golf teams.

"This is recognition of the excellent golf we offer our customers and the great staff we have at our courses," Parks Commissioner Elaine Walker said. "We have many excellent courses, and it's gratifying to see two of them on this list."

Golf Digest ranked courses on criteria such as course design, aesthetics, and scoring difficulty.

The Kentucky State Parks have 18 courses across the state.Information for this article from Kentucky State government and CM


2013-02-08 11:18:47 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Sports

Question: Should white stop lines be placed farther back?

Shannon writes to Big Al Owens:
Big Al Owens - I totally agree. White lines instructing you where to stop at an intersection are there for a reason, but too many people pull through those lines - thinking they can get where they are going a couple feet, inches or seconds quicker. When I was almost taken out by the trailer last week, I backed up almost two car lengths to give the truck room. His trailer was 1/4 of the way into the lane where my car was sitting.

Maybe the white lines need backed up a bit to allow more room - as there was clearly not enough. My business ships upwards of 100 loads of material per month all by semi truck. We know the value of trucks to our economy and appreciate our drivers. It's just hard to put those things in tiny spaces - even if everyone is obeying the traffic laws, signs and stripes. - Shannon
Comments re article 57494 Big Al Owens Its important to stop behind painted stop line


2013-02-08 10:53:37 | Comments | Printable version

Letter: Patience! Jr. Feese

Ralph Roy Waggener advises writer Jr. Feese
Jr. Feese you need to have patience like I have. - Ralph Roy Waggener
Comments about: Sees no need not to turn left when no one in sight


2013-02-08 10:00:56 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Dave Burton suggests that uncommon courtesy may be answer

'Given 'em some room' - Small vehicle drivers can go beyond the letter of the law, and watch for ways to make the trucker's job a bit easier - like staying an extra car length or so behind the white stop line when the trucker's signal is indicating a turn. Come to think of it, Dave's idea with its uncommon courtesy makes a lot of sense - for instance, in places like the intersection of Lowe's Lane and Jamestown Street and Reed Street, where not blocking the intersection should be a courtesy by law, but isn't. - CM

Dave Burton writes:
I'm not a Big-Rig driver, but I know for a fact they go through a lot more driver training than smaller vehicle drivers do. Truck drivers have a very large responsibility when out on the road with their rigs to themselves, the company they work for, and to the rest of us in cars and pick-ups.

As someone else commented, they are under enough stress already. Let's all be respectful of that and remember to "Give 'em some room".

Yes, we have just as much right to be on the road as they do, but would it hurt to give them a little extra space at intersections? Sometimes they have to pull up to the far right at an intersection to safely make a left turn. Watch for their turn signal as you begin to pull up beside them - if the left indicator is blinking, please stay back a way from the white line about a car link or so to give them the space they need to make that turn.

I'm sure they would be extremely grateful and you have just done your part to minimize a chance of an accident occurring. - Dave Burton
Comments re article 57483 Comment Its gonna get hit


2013-02-08 09:55:40 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Transportation Cabinet Survey

Kentucky residents have until February 25, 2013 to respond to the new Kentucky Transportation Cabinet survey about priorities for transportation in the state. To take the anonymous survey, on subjects ranging from signage and safety to tolls to bike and pedestrian paths, click this link: transportation.ky.gov/pages/yourturn.aspx.

2013-02-08 09:49:13 | Comments | Printable version

CDL instructor outlines procedure for 90 degree turns

Oncoming traffic must clear before wide swing is made

Joe Hare writes:
Nice comment by Al. As an instructor at a CDL school we teach every day that the drivers, either the semi or the car must stop behind the white line to allow turning traffic room to make that turn.

In regards to trucks making a 90 degree right turn, it is illegal for a semi to swing left into another lane before a right turn, due to someone trying to turn inside of them and then getting hit. The legal turn is to wait until oncoming traffic has cleared and swing wide on the street they are turning into.

Semi drivers are like everybody - there are good drivers and not so good, but in the State of Kentucky there is extensive schooling and testing, by the State, before you can obtain a Class A CDL. Safety is the number one priority in this training. - Joe Hare
Comments re article 57499 Wants driving tips from Big Rig Trucker on regular basis


2013-02-08 09:26:13 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Neat-Feese vows to be exchanged February 9, 2013

Amber Natasha Neat and Stephen Tyler Feese proudly announce their marriage Saturday, February 9, 2013, at 3pmCT, at The Hutchison Community Church, 3375 Pelham Branch Road, Columbia, KY. Immediately following the ceremony, the reception dinner will be held at the Masonic Lodge basement, 501 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY. All family and friends are cordially invited. - Sharon Garmon

2013-02-08 09:16:40 | Comments | Printable version

State implements new procurement process for minority vendors

Agencies encouraged to reach out to ethnic minority small businesses to increase participation

By Kerri Richardson and Terry Sebastian
News from Gov. Beshear's Communications office

FRANKFORT, KY- Upon recommendation from the Governor's Minority Employment, Business Affairs & Economic Development Council, the Finance and Administration Cabinet is now requiring executive branch agencies to reach out to ethnic minority vendors when possible to contract for goods or services.


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2013-02-08 09:05:07 | Comments | Printable version

Wants driving tips from Big Rig Trucker on regular basis

Suggests he send critiques on Mom and Pop restaurants

Mary Knight writes to Big Al, the Big Rig Trucker:
Big Al--Thank you so much for this information, and the reason behind it. Why don't you come up with tips like this, from a trucker's point of view, on a regular basis? You could also incorporate some tips on good restaurants that you run across in your travels--especially the little Mom and Pop operations that you find, off the beaten path. Thank you. --Mary Knight
Comments re article 57494 Big Al Owens Its important to stop behind painted stop line


2013-02-08 08:54:45 | Comments | Printable version

Sees no need not to turn left when no one in sight

Willie M Feese Jr writes:
Hey Ed,

I'M GUILTY!! I, at times find it hard to sit in the left lane at the intersection of E. Hwy 80 and Hwy 55 waiting for a full cycle when nothing is coming in sight. I don't recall ever seeing a similar situation anywhere I have ever been where there is a green light and a red light burning at the same time. I suppose anyone wanting to turn into the Columbia Housing Authority could go on through the green light and turn, otherwise I see no need for this double light. We see green lights everywhere we travel that allow motorists to turn left when nothing is approaching from the opposite direction. What makes this intersection any different from those. So until such time that a ticket is written or a sign posted I will continue to turn left on red when no one is in sight in the approaching lane. Thanks. - Willie M Feese Jr
Comments re article 57490 Left turn against red light creating hazards at intersection


2013-02-08 08:47:44 | Comments | Printable version

Adair Fiscal Court: Agenda, regular February 12, 2013 meeting



AGENDA -Adair County Fiscal Court
7pmCT, Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Adair Annex Basement, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY


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2013-02-08 04:50:42 | Comments | Printable version

Adair Hospital District special called meeting, Feb. 11, 2013

The Adair County Hospital District Board of Trustees will meet in a special called meeting, Monday, February 11, 2013, at Westlake Regional Hospital, 901 Westlake Avenue, Monday, February 11, 2013, at 9amCT.

Agenda: 1) Call to order. 2) Executive Session a. KRS:61.810(1)(c) Discussions of proposed or pending litigation against or on behalf of the public agency. 3) Adjourn.
The Adair County Hospital Board of Trustees, governing body for Westlake Regional Hospital, Westlake Healthcare Team, meets each last Tuesday at 6:30pm in the board room of Westlake Regional Hospital, 901 Westlake Drive, Columbia, KY 42728. The board consists of Chair Craig Pyles; Vice Chair Neal Gold; Treasurer Bruce White; Secretary Richard Grant, Brad Keltner. Administrator, David Rasmussen. Administrative Assistant, Cheryl Wall. Phone 270-384-4753. The meetings are open to the public.


2013-02-08 04:02:46 | Comments | Printable version

Rev. Joel Carwile speaker at Ransdell Chapel, Feb. 20, 2013

The Rev. Joel Carwile, senior pastor of the Valley View Church in Louisville, KY, since 2007, will speak at Campbellsville University’s weekly chapel service on Wednesday, February 20, at 9amCT/10amET. at Ransdell Chapel, 401 N Hoskins Avenue, Campbellsville, KY. Carwile,is a member of the CU Board of Trustees and Church Relations Council. - Samantha Stevenson, CU

2013-02-08 03:43:40 | Comments | Printable version

Big Al Owens: It's important to stop behind painted stop line

Big Al Owens writes:
I have noticed in my years of driving a Big Rig that most people do not stop behind the painted stop line at many intersections. The stop lines are there for a reason and usually they are there so that Big Rigs can make their turns safely. When cars are half past the stop line or a full car length past the stop line, this makes it difficult for truckers, also people either do not pay attention or are distracted by other sources to see what is going on around them. - -Big Al Owens
Comments re article 57487 Its gonna get hit Writer had to back up to get out of way


2013-02-08 03:30:22 | Comments | Printable version

CU student Natashia Roy, Jamestown, KY, has sermon published

By Rebekah A. Southwood
News from Campbellsville University

CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY- Campbellsville University student, Natashia Roy of Jamestown, KY, has been published in "Uncommon Sense: Jesus and the Renewal of the World," published by Chalice Press and edited by Dwight L. Moody.

Roy, a senior educational ministries and social work major, attended the Academy of Preachers Festival of Young Preachers in January and submitted her sermon, "Discovering the Blessing," for publication.


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2013-02-08 03:27:18 | Comments | Printable version

Today, FRIDAY with CM, February 8, 2013

Haiku by Robert Stone for February 8, 2013:
Jealousy often
directs its cutting remarks
at the innocent.
--Robert Stone, Friday, 8 February 2013.
-1000 haiku countdown to Chambers Stevens' 50th birthday, Day 514, in progress


Audie McQueary, The Blood




Quick links to Favorite CM Columns
Mostly from Sunday with CM, February 3, 2013 and a few others from the past week :


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2013-02-08 03:01:15 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Today

LWC Basketball splits games at Cumberlands Thursday

Men win; women lose at University of the Cumberlands

By Dan White
News from Lindsey Wilson College

WILLIAMSBURG, KY - On Thursday night, February 7, 2013, in Williamsburg, KY, it was the third-ranked Lindsey Wilson men getting a 78-70 win, while the women lost 73-61 at the University of the Cumberlands (KY).

The Blue Raider men shot an astounding 67.3 percent from the field and got 25 points for Columbia native Kalen Kimberland to stay in first place in the Mid-South Conference standings.

On the women's side, it was Ashley Rainey leading the way with 23 points and 14 rebounds, but her performance alone wasn't enough as Cumberlands used four players in double figures to get the win at home.

With the win, Lindsey Wilson's men are 22-1 overall and 12-2 in MSC play, while the women drop to 15-9 overall and 6-8 in league play. - Dan White


2013-02-08 02:58:31 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Sports

Left turn against red light creating hazards at intersection

About intersection of Jamestown Street/Russell Road

Roger D Smith DMD writes:
This intersection has another problem. Folks seem to not realize that the red light in the turning lane from the Square does not mean STOP and turn across to E.80 at will. I have seen several near accidents by vehicles turning against the light into the path of others heading toward town.

There either needs to be a no turn on red sign at the light or place one of our policemen to observe and pass out some tickets. There will be an accident at this intersection if something isn\'t done. --Roger D Smith DMD
Comments re article 57487 Its gonna get hit Writer had to back up to get out of way


2013-02-08 02:35:27 | Comments | Printable version


Birthdays and Anniversaries for February 8
Happy Anniversary, George and Bobbie Keltner (1959) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Arnold Todd Corbin (1969) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Billy Walker (1961) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Cody James Claywell (1983) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Corey Alan Stephens (1979) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Dwayne Evans (1980) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Hannah Perkins (2005) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Jason Upchurch (1978) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Jeremy Sneed | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Kasey Bardin | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Lacona Bryant | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Lillian Faith VanArsdale. (2008) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Lou Vena Leigh | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Steve Fletcher (1948) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday Arlene Farmer, Campbellsville, KY (1927-2009) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mrs. Cathleen Houk Milby Columbia, KY (1925) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mr. Cody Allen Ervin, Green Co., KY (1994) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Martha J. Gross, Louisville, KY, formerly of Adair Co., KY (1931) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Charles Lee Cowherd, Taylor County, KY (1920-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, David Garrett, Taylor Co., KY (1940-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Robert E. (Bob) Story, Russell Co., KY (1935-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Billy Ray McClellan, 70, Glasgow, KY (1944-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Maerene Shirley, Adair County, KY (1932-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Maerine Shirley, Adair County, KY (1932-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Bithday, Alfred Thompson, Casey County, KY (1928-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)

Events scheduled for Friday, February 8, 2013
All events are listed in Central Time. Submit your upcoming event using our Contact Form.
8:00amCTDenise Stewart Quilt Exhibit now at Begley Art Gallery, LWC (STORY/PHOTO)
"Quilts," by Denise Stewart, will be on display through February 28, 2013, in the Lindsey Wilson College Lucretia C. Begley Art Gallery in the W.W. Slider Humanities Center, 155 Blue Raider Drive, Columbia, KY 8am-4pmCT Monday-Friday and by special appointment. Contact Tim Smith at smitht@lindsey.edu or 270-384-8079 - DUANE BONIFER | (ID:20951, Comment)
7 County Area Court: Circuit Courts. District Courts, at at Glance.
Always Click on County Name for Link to Docket at Kentucky Court of Justice:
Adair County. Adair Co. Judicial Center, 201 Campbellsville ST. Columbia, KY: No (0) -. Court Events Circuit Court. No (0) Court Events District Court.
Casey County Judicial Center, 231 Courthouse Square, Liberty, KY. Two (2) Court Events Circuit Court. No (0) Court Events District Court.
Cumberland County, Justice Center, 112 Courthouse Square, Burkesville, KY. No (0) Court Events Circuit Court. No (0) Court Events District Court.
Green County Judicial Center, 200 W. Court Street, Greensburg, KY. No (0) Court Events Circuit Court. No (0) Court Events District Court.
Metcalfe County, Judicial Center, 201 E. Stockton Street, Edmonton, KY. No (0) Court Events Circuit Court. No (0) Court Events cases District Court.
Russell County. Judicial Center, 410 Monument Square, Jamestown, KY, One (1) Court Events Circuit Court. No (0) Court Events District Court.
Taylor County, Justice Center, 300 E. Main Street, Campbellsville, KY. Three (3) Court Events Circuit Court. Nine (9) Court Events District Court.
Not an official docket. For official court information, check with circuit court clerk in your county. | (ID:21162, Comment)
10:00amCTLindsey Wilson hosts MSC Invitational swim meet
Lindsey Wilson College will host the Mid-South Conference Invitational swim meet beginning at 10amCT/11amET, Friday and 9amCT/10amET Saturday, February 8-9, 2013 at the Holloway Center Natatorium, 299 Williams Street, Columbia, KY. - Charles Balcom | (ID:21159, Comment)
11:00amCTServices, Russell Springs, KY, for Lois Dunbar, Russell County, KY (1924-2013) | (ID:21156, Comment)
NoonCTChimes at noon. Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections. | (ID:21060, Comment)
5:00pmCTChimes for the Evening. Downtown Columbia. Two Selections | (ID:21008, Comment)
Adair Band Bingo at Adair Band Bingo Building - Doors Open 5pmCT - Close 10pmCT
Bingo is each Tuesday and Friday. Open 5pm-10pmCT/6pm/11pmET, in the Adair Band Bingo Building, 50 Shady Lane (Bing Map/Direction from Anywhere) Columbia, KY. License # ORG0002285. Five Regular Games, Pull Tabs, and Much More. Concessions available at all sessions. | (ID:21034, Comment)
6:00pmCTColumbia Christian chili supper/auction will benefit RFL
Columbia Christian Church, 206 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY, will be hosting a donations only chili and soup supper, with silent auction, cake walks, and kids games to benefit Relay for Life 6pm-8pmCT, Friday, February 8, 2013. Everyone is invited. Contact: 270-384-2612. - Carol Meadows | (ID:21143, Comment)

 






















 
 
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