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Men's Main Event at Cranmer Saturday, September 14, 2013

By Dr. Gerald Reliford

Men's Main Event, featuring Dr. Jack Ernest - bishop, missionary, Veterans' advocate - will be 8:30am-2:30pmCT, Saturday, September 14, 2013, at Lindsey Wilson College's Cranmer Dining Center, 430 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY. The event is open to all men.


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2013-09-12 17:10:54 | Comments | Printable version

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Campbellsville University on walk to student complex



2013-09-12 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. This group of Campbellsville University freshmen headed for the E. Bruce Heilman Student Complex after chapel Wednesday. From left are Colton Rathbun, Bowling Green; Cullen Byrne, Danville; Blake Mason, Danville; and Roscoe Walker, Elizabethtown. - Linda Waggener, Campbellsville University
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Walk for Hope October 5, 2013 at Blue Raider Stadium

Walk for Hope will be 1pm-3pmCT/2pm-4pmET Saturday, October 5, 2013 at Lindsey Wilson College's Blue Raider Stadium, 828 Russell Road, Columbia, KY. Registration will begin at 11amCT.

The 2013 Walk for Hope, sponsored by Adanta Behavioral Health Services, will celebrate mental illness recovery, honor those who have lost their lives to mental illness and to help raise funds, combat stigma and promote awareness. - Kelly Joplin


2013-09-12 16:43:47 | Comments | Printable version

President of Kentucky Baptist Convention speaks at CU

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Dr. Dan Summerlin, president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention and pastor of Lone Oak First Baptist Church in Paducah, KY, was the guest speaker at the weekly Campbellsville University chapel service September 11, 2013.


2013-09-12 16:27:51 | Comments | Printable version

Says require property owners to maintain roadsides

Bill Henson writes:
I have the perfect solution: require the property owner to keep the roadsides maintained on both county and state roads, eliminating a burden on the taxpayers having to pay someone to do it. I have done this for many years, wherever I lived. It doesn't require much effort and mine looks better than the ones the state or county maintains. - Bill Henson


2013-09-12 13:42:17 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Melson Ridge Separate Baptist Church Homecoming

Melson Ridge Separate Baptist Church, 5250 Hwy 900 Road, Columbia. KY, homecoming will be held at 10amCT, Sunday, September 15, 2013, with Bro. Avery Russell preaching. Special singing will be our own singers, God's Praises. Following will be potluck dinner. We have no time limit on any of these because its on God's timing, not ours. Everyone Welcome and feel free in the Lord. Pastor Bro. Buford Hadley - Judy Grant

2013-09-12 11:27:27 | Comments | Printable version

Roundup, Crossbow, and DDT: let the good times roll

Of course, those who trust the Gummint and the EPA, tell us. "they" won't let us use it if its not safe. Thank God we live in a country where the Food and Drug Administration would never allow pregnant women to use thalidamide; but JIM has got the notion in his head that the Health Department once sprayed Downtown Columbia with DDT. He found it in the paper. - EW

By JIM

In conjunction with the Fiscal Court's determination to liberally apply Roundup, Crossbow, or some other equally odious poison du jour the length and breadth of the county, the magistrates need to double down with a vote to spray the Square with DDT as was done in days of yore:

"The Council then voted to allot $50 'to help defray expenses of spraying Columbia in an effort to eliminate flies,' said spraying to be done 'at an early date by the State Board of Health under the direction of Sam Moore.' (An article in the July 13 edition headlined 'Columbia Given DDT Bath Monday' read in part: 'Columbia's business section received a DDT bath Monday morning in a State-County health program to eliminate flies... This is the third year Columbia has been sprayed with very satisfactory results... [A] U.S. Public Health Service power spray mounted on a truck was used to spread the DDT.'" (Quotes excerpted from the Adair County News, June 8 and July 13, 1949; additional text by a CM contributor; used with permission.)

Better yet, perhaps the current magistrates prefer to hit the trifecta by voting to mandate this USDA dictum for all Adair County homes:

"[R]emove all packages of food and spray all the interior surfaces of the cupboard or pantry with a 5 percent DDT solution. The crystal deposit which remains after the spray has dried will be effective for several months, killing the insects coming in contact with the deposit before they have time to lay more eggs." (Excerpted from the Adair County News, April 21, 1948.)

Gentlemen, by all means--let us spray.


2013-09-12 11:08:08 | Comments | Printable version

Sharon Spinks favors Fiscal Court using Crossbow if need be

Sharon Spinks writes:
Reply to spraying with Crossbow or Roundup: I have been on the farm all my life. We have used Roundup until Crossbow came out 40 plus years. Its better than having snake infested weedy areas or unable to see ditch lines, especially out on county roads. Two weeks ago a young mother and her infant hit a ditch that was grown up with weeds and almost flipped her vehicle luckily they were not hurt. If the ditch line could have been sprayed this might not have happened. There are a lot of places you cannot get a tractor to mow spraying is a necessity in these places or let someone get hurt or killed. The county roads are not like city roads with concrete everywhere. The Adair Co. Fiscal court is doing what is necessary for the safety of people as well as keeping our county beautified. -Sharon Spinks
Comments re article 61885 With Vicky Pike If we couldnt use it it wouldnt be on market


2013-09-12 10:56:47 | Comments | Printable version

Rickie Williams: A simple solution to the sewer problem at GRAS

Tax dollars are tax dollars, he says.

Rickie Williams writes:
I could be all wrong...certainly have been before...but it seems to me if the Animal Shelter needs a sewage pump then the Youth Development Center probably uses one as well...both institutions are down in the same relative location.

Is it not possible to get the sewage from the Animal Shelter over to the Youth Development Center via a gravity feed (hopefully) or a smaller type pump?

Tax dollars are tax dollars. The objective ought to be to use them wisely.

--Rickie Williams
Comments re article 61891 Fiscal Court looking at lift pump to handle GRAS sewage


2013-09-12 10:29:01 | Comments | Printable version

Letter: Crossbow EPA Toxicity for Fish

Jon Halsey writes:
From the EPA: Fish and Aquatic Life - Triclopyr TEA is practically non-toxic (LC50 > 100 ppm) to bluegill sunfish (L. acrochirus), rainbow trout (O.mykiss), and fathead minnow (P. promelas) in acute studies. Triclopyr BEE is moderately to highly toxic (LC50 0.1 to <=10 ppm) to these same species under similar conditions (1). The major metabolite, TCP, is moderately toxic to fish (LC50 >1 to >=12) including several species of salmon and the previously mentioned fish species (1). The elimination half-life in crayfish (P. Clarki) is 7 to 17 days. There is no evidence for bioaccumulation in this aquatic invertebrate (12).

Wonder if that includes "Dry Land Fish" which is the only kind I've been able to catch along the road sides? --jon halsey, Knifley
Comments re article 61855 Dow itself warns that Crossbow runoff is toxic to fish


2013-09-12 10:21:37 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

CVE investigation of crane crash which closed LBN ongoing

By Jared Newberry, Public Affairs Officer
KY State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement, Region 2 Louisville, KY

Kentucky State Police Post 15 Columbia, KY CVE (Commercial Vehicle Enforcement) division is investigating a crash that closed Eastbound lanes of the Cumberland Parkway in Metcalfe County, Monday, September 9, 2013, at approximately 9amCT.

Preliminary investigation indicates a heavy duty crane being operated by Travis Gunn of Lanesville, IN, lost control near the 34 milepoint as he attempted to go downhill. The crane flipped over and slid approximately 160 feet down a rock embankment, trapping the driver.

Due to the instability of the crane, extrication of the driver took over 3 hours. MetcalfeCounty Sheriff's Office,Barren/ Metcalf EMS, Metcalf Fire/Rescue, Summershade Fire/Rescue and the KY Transportation Cabinet assisted in the resue. Mr. Gunn was airlifted to the Univesity of Louisville Medical Center, Louisville, KY, in stable condition. Officer Randy Honeycutt is handling the crash investigation and it is currently on going.


2013-09-12 10:13:03 | Comments | Printable version

Ms. Peck: The most gifted teacher

Kenny Absher writes:
I must say that Ms. Peck is the most gifted teacher I have ever came across in my life. I am so glad I was able to take a class under her several years ago at LWC. She has got it all going and we are so lucky to have such a high caliber teacher. All students should take her class, even though she teaches the hard sciences, they will learn. I've had many good instructors in my life and thank them one and all. Kenny Absher --Kenny Absher
Comments re photo 51297 ACHS Advance Placement scientists identify unknown liquid


2013-09-12 09:37:37 | Comments | Printable version

Writer suggests No Spray signs if county mass-sprays poisons

A simple truth: Maybe you don't care what happens to the environment, but in the future your children might? Heather Evans writes in suggesting a compromise if worse comes to worse.

By Heather Evans

I also disagree with the use of mass spraying.

I can see where it might be useful around rocks, drainage pipes, or where no mower can possibly go.

However, if mass spraying will be used, I urge home owners who don't want thei property sprayed to put a No Spray sign up. They would then be responsible for keeping the tall grass at bay. In the community where I live everyone's property is groomed. Usually, the mower does not need to trim in front of our houses, etc.

There is a drift effect (with herbicide use) and I would hate to lose plantings that have been there almost 15 years. I do not use chemicals or weed killer of any kind.

Just because Roundup etc is on the market, doesn't mean its safe. Drain cleaner, alcohol, and cigarettes are unsafe, yet they are on the market as well. There are other options rather than taking the chemically, unsafe, unknown long term effects route. Maybe you don't care what happens to the environment, but in the future your children might?

--Heather Evans


2013-09-12 09:34:16 | Comments | Printable version

Neat Hollow Road: Do we live in God's Country, or not

Sue Grant writes:
Beautiful!! Do we live in God's country, or what? Beautiful Kentucky. - Sue Grant
Comments re photo 51294 Scenic Adair Co KY Up Neat Hollow Road in hay time


2013-09-12 09:12:17 | Comments | Printable version

Fiscal Court looking at lift pump to handle GRAS sewage

Strange situation: But county-owned animal shelter is not on CAUD sewer
While sewers are on the CAUD AGENDA for tonight, there is no mention of this particular issue. SEE ALSO: Adair County Fiscal Court Meeting, Sept. 10, 2013 Report

By Ed Waggener

An item CJE Ann Melton addressed at the Tuesday, September 10, 2013 regular meeting was the cost of the septic tank treatment which was supposed to solve its problems. A contract to pay $300 per month to put more chemicals into the system did not solve the problems. Fiscal Court will be considering a lift station to pump the waste from Green River Animal Shelter, GRAS Jim Blair Drive, up to a sewer main of Jamestown Street/KY 55.

Odd as it seems that this facility, located in the City Limits, is not on CAUD sewer, a call to Jennifer Carter at Columbia/Adair Utilities District, confirmed that the Animal Shelter is not charged city/sewer.

We have not yet found out why the two entities, Fiscal Court and Columbia/Adair Utilities District, have not worked out an arrangement to provide sewage at the shelter. If anyone knows the answer or has comments, they are welcome. -CM


2013-09-12 09:05:58 | Comments | Printable version

Effects of runoff on aquatic life. Anyone know the answer?

Some questions yet to be answered on widescale use of herbicides: Does anybody know what the effects of herbicide run-off is on streams and aquatic life? The tonnage of herbicides used in Kentucky is? By agriculturists? By State and Local Road Departments? Are there any ongoing studies of local streams by any of colleges or university science departments? It would be interesting to know. - EW

As the decision on whether to conduct spraying is debated by the public, there is a modest amount of concern about herbicide and pesticide runoff and the kill-off of aquatic life. Research on the subject led to the discovery of a nifty piece by James Bruggers in "Watchdog earth, Kentuckiana.Green.com" on the Courier-Journal website: Army Corps launches Green River Watershed study

The article contains a great video on the Green River, which Bruggers says is "worthy of large scale conservation." The video should be of interest to all readers of ColumbiaMagazine.com, whether they have concern about herbicides or not.

A decision onmass scale herbicide spraying in Adair County is to be made by January 2014, maybe earlier, by the Adair Fiscal Court - CJE Ann Melton (See her statement: We are losing the war against vegetation), Harold Burton (1), Daryl Flatt (2), Sammy Baker (3), Perry Reeder (4), Billy Dean Coffey (5), Joe Rogers (6), and Billy Rowe (7).


2013-09-12 07:44:37 | Comments | Printable version

Ivan E. Pepper, Taylor Co., KY (1918-2013)

He was a native of Green County, KY. He had made a profession of faith in Christ and was a member of the Sand Lick Separate Baptist Church. He was a lifelong farmer, and a Veteran of WWII having served in the United States Army and was rendered full military honors at his burial.


Mr. Ivan E. Pepper, 95, of Campbellsville, Kentucky,departed this life on Saturday, September 7, 2013 at the Taylor Regional Hospital, Campbellsville, KY.

The funeral services for Mr. Ivan E. Pepper were conducted at 11amCT, Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at the Cowherd and Parrott Funeral Home, 201 S Main Street, Greensburg, KY. Burial with full military honors was in the Campbellsville Memorial Gardens, 3878 Greensburg Road, Campbellsville, KY. Bro. Ed Loy and Bro. Roger Pepper officiated.


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2013-09-12 07:15:12 | Comments | Printable version

Alternative to spraying? Hire farmers to mow the county roads?

Jamey Hayes writes

Ed, An alternative to spraying may be hiring the farmers to use there equipment and mow the county roads. - JAMEY HAYES


2013-09-12 07:00:04 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Joyce Coomer issues a challenge to Adair Fiscal Court

Click on headline for complete article, with paragraph on Toxic Hepatitis and list of links on Crossbow and Crossbow type chemicals

By Joyce Coomer

Even though the EPA doesn't rate Crossbow as being as toxic as Roundup, would any member of the Fiscal Court or any County Employee drink a glassful of Crossbow in front of witnesses -- witnesses other than other county employees???? And have the Crossbow poured into the glass by the first person passing by on the street . . . and do this in the open, on the courthouse steps, where anyone passing by can witness it???


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2013-09-12 06:48:06 | Comments | Printable version

Reminder: Chamber Picnic in Park reservation deadline Friday

Tickets to the Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce Picnic in the Park, at the Chamber Roadside Park, 2310 Hwy 55 South Road, Columbia, KY, at 6:30pmCT, Tuesday, September 17, 2013, are $5. Tickets are available at the Chamber office, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY during regular business hours. The Chamber is requesting that reservations be made no later than noon, Friday, September 13, 2013. The Chamber phone number is 270-384-6020.

2013-09-12 02:39:31 | Comments | Printable version

With Vicky Pike: If we couldn't use it, it wouldn't be on market

Willard Jessee writes:
I agree with Victoria Pike, if tall grass and weeds create a hazard, then spray it. If we couldn't use it , it wouldn't be on the market. -Willard Jessee
Comments re article 61875 Victoria Pike backs Ann Melton on herbicides


2013-09-12 02:16:40 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Today, THURSDAY with CM, September 12, 2013

Haiku by Robert Stone for September 12, 2013:
If there were just one
and not many me's in me,
life would be less fun.
--Robert Stone, Thursday, 12 September 2013.
-1000 haiku countdown to Chambers Stevens' 50th birthday, Day 730, in progress

Quick links to Favorite CM Columns
Mostly from Sunday with CM, September 8, 2013 and a few others from the past week. Please note date of posting


2013-09-12 02:02:54 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Today

Opposed to spray, but not because of hearsay, scare tactics

By Jon Halsey
Personal opinion/commentary

Put me in the category of those adamantly opposed to spraying, however, the decision should be based on facts and not on hearsay or scare tactics.

The National Pesticide Information Center is a collaboration between the University of Oregon and the US Environmental Protection Agency.


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2013-09-12 01:56:54 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Commentary

KRS Releases 2014 Non-Medicare health insurance plan premiums

From State of Kentucky news service

At a special meeting held on September 11, 2013, the KRS Board of Trustees approved the contribution plan and the contribution rates for the non-Medicare KRS (Kentucky Retirement System) retiree health plans. The board chose the KEHP LivingWell PPO plan as the contribution plan with a maximum contribution rate of $699.28 for those retirees with 240 or more months of service.

The information on the KRS Premiums page will serve as a guide in making a sound decision on what insurance premium will cost in 2014. Click to: Jump to section 2014 Non-Medicare Health Insurance Plan Premiums


2013-09-12 01:40:39 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Kentucky

Agenda, CAUD meeting, September 12, 2013

Columbia/Adair County Utilities District Agenda
Meeting 6pmCT, Thursday, September 12, 2013
109 Grant Lane, Columbia, KY
  1. Call to Order
  2. Approval of Minutes
  3. Approval of Bills
  4. Phase 14 (Downtown) Project
  5. Phase 15 (River Crossing) Project
  6. Phase 16 (EDA Sewer Project
  7. Phase 17 (CDBG Sewer) Project
  8. Discuss Cane Valley Sewer Report
  9. Sewer Report
  10. Water Report
  11. New Business
  12. Adjourn
End of Agenda, September 12, 2013 CAUD Board meeting
COLUMBIA/ADAIR COUNTY UTILITIES BOARD (CAUD), Lenny Stone, General Manager; meets at 6pmCT/7pmET, every second Thursday in the board room of the district at 109 Grant Lane, Columbia, KY. The Board includes Robert Flowers, Chairman; and members Barry Stotts, Rudy Higginbotham, Tim Baker, and David Jones. The meetings are open to the public. - Jennifer Carter, Office manager


2013-09-12 01:18:39 | Comments | Printable version

Mr. James Phillip Cook, Columbia, KY native (1941-2013)

He was a native of Green County, KY, and a resident of Adair County, KY, at the time of his death. He leaves 17 direct living descendants spanning 3 generations.
Click on headline for complete obituary

Mr. James Phillip Cook of Columbia, KY, departed this life on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at the Audubon Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky.


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2013-09-12 01:06:31 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Jamaal Elliott Wood, Green Co., KY (1980-2013)

He was a native of Green County, KY and a resident of Louisville, KY, at the time of his death. He was the son of Michael and Mary Sebastian Wood of Greensburg, KY, who survive. He leaves three direct living descendants. He had made a profession of faith in Christ and was a member of the 2nd Baptist Church, Greensburg, KY. He delivered respiratory equipment for SCM Medical in Louisville, KY. He coached the Doss Dragons Youth Football League in Louisville, KY.

Jamaal Elliott Wood departed this life Monday, September 9, 2013 in Shelby County, KY,

Services will be at Foster-Toler-Curry Funeral Home, 209 W Court Street, Greensburg, KY, at 1pmCT/2pmET, Friday, September 13, 2013 with Rev. James Jackson and Rev. Matt Smyzer, Jr. officiating. Interment will be in the Old Community Cemetery in Greensburg, KY. Visitation will 5pm-8pmCT/6pm-9pmET, Thursday, September 12, and will be after 7amCT, Friday, September 13, 2012.


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2013-09-12 00:44:57 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Single vehicle crash in Russell Co., KY claims life of 13 year old

Driver loses control of 2001 Ford in curve on KY 1680 due, authorities believe due to wet road conditions. Victim was passenger in vehicle. Driver taken to Russell County Hospital, Russell Springs, KY, treated and released.

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

JAMESTOWN, KY - Trooper Adam Likins is investigating a collision that occurred Wedneday, September 11, 2013, at approximately 3pmCT, 6.5 miles south of Jamestown on KY 1680. 18-year-old Jesus Martinez was traveling south on KY 1680, operating a 2001 Ford when he lost control of the vehicle in a curve due to wet conditions. The vehicle left the roadway and struck a tree. A passenger, 13-year-old Matthew Merideth of Jamestown, was pronounced dead at the scene by the Russell County Coroner. Both occupants were wearing seatbelts. Martinez was transported to the Russell County Hospital where he was treated and released. Trooper Likins was assisted at the scene by the Jamestown Fire Department, Russell County EMS and the Russell County Sheriff's Department. - TFC BILLY R. GREGORY

Story courtesy TFC Billy Gregory, Public Affairs Officer, Kentucky State Police Post 15, 1118 Jamestown ST, (at Exit 49, Louie B. Nunn Parkway), Columbia, KY. Kentucky State Police Post 15, Columbia, KY, covers the 11 counties of Adair, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, Marion, Metcalfe, Monroe, Russell, Taylor and Washington.


2013-09-12 00:19:00 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Kentucky State Police


Birthdays and Anniversaries for September 12
Happy Anniversary, Jerry and Kathy Garmon (1981) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, Johnny and Patricia Burton | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Amberee Coomer | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Bethany Adamson Harvey (1984) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, BreAnna Cowan | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Cyndi Skains | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Dustin Pelston (1997) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Frances Janes | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Frankie Landon Burton | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Kaylee Cross | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Madeline Gard | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, MaKayla Grace Sizemore (2008) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Rita Neat | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Robert Allen Smith | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Wesley Burris (1994) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memoriam, Asa Marshall Shelton, Columbia, KY (1912-2009) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memoriam, Clarene Kelsay, 55, Adair Co., KY (1954-2009) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Betty Antle Russell Co., KY (1943-) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Harold Rayborn, 78, Casey Co., KY (1932) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Annie E. Dicken, 84, Taylor County, KY (1928) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Jerry Gale Coffey, Adair County, KY (1951-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Paul Allen Dameron, Taylor County, KY (1954-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Charlene Supplee, Breeding, KY, (1951-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, David (Doc) Long, Casey County, KY (1956-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Harold D. Wethington, Casey County, KY (1936-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Louise Fenwick, 82, Taylor County, KY (1931-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Audrey Ellen Calhoun, Adair County, KY (1929-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)

Events scheduled for Thursday, September 12, 2013
All events are listed in Central Time. Submit your upcoming event using our Contact Form.
7:00amCTFree Computer/Electronics (No TVs) Drop-Off
7am-3pmCT, Mon-Friday, Sept. 9-13; + 7am-12pmCT, Sat. Sept. 14, 2013
Adair Fiscal Court sponsor. Adair Recycling Center, 62 Service RD, Columbia, KY | (ID:23855, Comment)
8:00amCTMorning & Evening Classes at Classes canceled for today
at the Adair County Adult Education Center, 108 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY | (ID:24188, 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: Three (3) Court Event(s) Circuit Court. No (0) Court Event(s) District Court.
Casey County Judicial Center, 231 Courthouse Square, Liberty, KY. No (0) Court Event(s) Circuit Court. Twenty-two (22) Court Event(s) District Court.
Cumberland County, Justice Center, 112 Courthouse Square, Burkesville, KY. One (1) Court Event(s) Circuit Court. Ten (10) Event(s) District Court.
Green County Judicial Center, 200 W. Court Street, Greensburg, KY. No (0) Court Event(s) Circuit Court. No (0) Court Event(s) District Court.
Metcalfe County, Judicial Center, 201 E. Stockton Street, Edmonton, KY. Four (4) Court Event(s) Circuit Court. No (0) Court Event(s) cases District Court.
Russell County. Judicial Center, 410 Monument Square, Jamestown, KY. Twenty-seven Court Event(s) Circuit Court. Twelve (12) Court Event(s) District Court.
Taylor County, Justice Center, 300 E. Main Street, Campbellsville, KY. No (0) Court Event(s) Circuit Court. No (0) Court Event(s) District Court.
Not an official docket. For official court information, check with circuit court clerk in your county. | (ID:24194, Comment)
9:00amCTAdair Interagency meets
at Adair Courthouse Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY. (Recurring Event) | (ID:24148, Comment)
11:30amCTMemorial service, Jamestown, KY, for Lester R. Acree, 83, Russell County, KY (1930-2013) | (ID:24158, Comment)
NoonCTChimes at noon. Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections. | (ID:23973, Comment)
1:00pmCTServices, Liberty, KY, for Molly Propes, Casey County, KY (1948-2013) | (ID:24171, Comment)
5:00pmCTChimes for the evening. Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections. | (ID:24002, Comment)
5:30pmCTLWC Volleyball hosts University of Rio Grande
at Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, KY | (ID:24183, Comment)
6:00pmCTColumbia/Adair Co. Utilities Bd. regular 2nd Thursday meeting. (AGENDA)
CAUD Offices, 109 Grant Lane, Columbia, KY. (Recurring /2nd Thursday) | (ID:24085, Comment)
Judy Keltner, LCADD, will speak at Adair Heritage meeting
at the Adair County Public Library, 307 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY | (ID:24182, Comment)
6:30pmCTRevival at Amandaville Christian Church September 11-14 | (ID:24162, Comment)
7:00pmCT LWC Men's Soccer hosts Davenport University
at Walter S. Reuling Stadium, 151 Holloway Drive, Columbia, KY | (ID:24139, Comment)
VFW 6097, Ladies Auxiliary meet Thurs., Sept 12, 2013
at VFW Post 6097, 411 Fairground Street. | (ID:24191, Comment)

 





















 
 
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