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Major bids scheduled to be awarded Monday by AC School Board

Demolition bids, JAIS and Col. Casey + construction bids for construction of satellite Lake Cumberland Technology Center, and canopies for Adair County High School and Adair County Middle School. (Canopies are already built for Adair County Elementary and Adair County Primary Center.)
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By Ed Waggener

The Adair County School Board will consider the following bids in the morning at the Adair County School Board Special Called Meeting at 8:30amCT, Monday, June 30, 2014, at the Adair County Board Conference Room, 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY.

Superintendent Alan Reed said Friday that the bids are being vetted by Gabe Jones, of Sherman-Carter-Barnhart, architects, to find the lowest and best bid. Reed said that a lot of factors go into the choice, "We're going to exercise all due diligence in making the decision, he said.


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2014-06-29 20:00:59 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Education

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Mark Joseph Stanziano, Somerset, KY (1957-2014)



2014-06-29 - Somerset, KY - Photo Courtesy Southern Oaks Funeral Home.

Mark Joseph Stanziano, Somerset, KY (1957-2014)



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2014 Rotary Auction raises $7,000

Those who still need to pick up items can do so at Durham & Zornes

By George Koblenschlag

Last week's Rotary radio auction raised $7,000 which will be given to next year's Adair County High School seniors for scholarships to Lindsey Wilson College. About $5,500 came from items auctioned and another $1,500 from cash donations.

That speaks to the generosity of local merchants, businesses and private individuals who contributed items for the auction and who made cash contributions. They are the ones who make the auction and scholarships possible.

Those who could not pay for and pick up their items at the regular scheduled times Thursday and Friday can pick them up this week at Durham and Zornes, 130 Public Square, Columbia. George Kolbenschlag, 320 Young Street, Columbia, KY 42728


2014-06-29 18:25:22 | Comments | Printable version

Mark Joseph Stanziano, Somerset, KY (1957-2014)


Friends are invited to a visitation held on Monday, June 30 beginning at 5pmCT/6pmET, Tuesday, July 1 beginning at 7amCT/8amET, at Southern Oaks Funeral Home, 2110 West Highway 914, Somerset, KY. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, July 1 at 2pmCT/3pmET at Southern Oaks Cemetery
Written and submitted by April Shepperd. Click on headline for complete obituary

Mark Joseph Stanziano, one of the most powerful and prominent names in legal defense for the state of Kentucky, died suddenly on Friday, June 27, 2014. He was 57.

Stanziano, was known as a fierce defender who wasn't afraid to take on high-profile, high-publicity cases. He was a seasoned attorney who served the public for over 30 years. He began his definitive path with a bachelor's degree in economics from Ohio State University in 1979 and his law degree from Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville in 1982.


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2014-06-29 18:11:41 | Comments | Printable version

Letter: French Toast Recipe Well Worth the Effort

Bill Coleman writes:
We purchased Tucker's Station Farm's Cinnamon Swirl bread on Saturday at the Farmer's Market on the Square. We obtained Barbara Armitage's recipe for French Toast on Columbia Magazine. It was a delicious treat for our breakfast this morning and our out of town guests really liked it. The recipe was a bit complicated, but well worth the effort. Barbara's bread is the best! --Bill Coleman
Comments re: Epicurean Kentuckian: Cinnamon Swirl French Toast


2014-06-29 17:54:57 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Letter: Prettiest Courthouse

Chris Morrison writes:
I have said this before but i have to say it again, we have the prettiest court house I have ever seen. No matter what the weather is, winter,summer, spring, or fall, so so pretty. there is no other words I can say but WOW SO PRETTY!! - Chris Morrison
Comments re photo 55634 Historic Adair Co KY Courthouse in stormy sky


2014-06-29 17:50:29 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Mike Watson: Adair County Fairs, A Brief History

July 4, 2014, marks the start of two weeks of celebrating at the county fair. The Adair County Fair & Horse Show has a rich history, a chronicle - with a few hiatuses - which dates back to 1856, and, before that to a statewide organization fostering interest in the fairs and exhibitions throughout the Commonwealth, when a son of Columbia was one of the 13 vice presidents of the Kentucky State Agriculture Society. Historian Mike Watson has encapusulated the most important details, gleaned from his own vast knowledge and many printed sources, to write this timely story.
The fair remains the premier reunion and homecoming event in Adair County. Adair County Fair & Horse Show, July 4, 7-12, 2014 2014 Adair Co. Fair Information and Schedule of Events

By Mike Watson, Adair County historian

Agriculture was the mainstay for the vast majority of Kentucky citizens in the 1800s. Since the early 1800s, agricultural meets, horse shows and general fairs had become a special interest of agricultural Kentucky. They began in the Bluegrass and spread across the state. To foster diversification and to bring new breeds and varieties into common use, agricultural fairs were promoted in the state as early as the 1830s. In April 1838 a second Kentucky State Agricultural Society was created to promote local agriculture and the societies it hoped would be formed to encourage production. Edward B. Gaither, son of Dr. Nathan Gaither, of Columbia, was one of the thirteen vice presidents of this Society, scattered across the state.


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2014-06-29 17:39:40 | Comments | Printable version

Review: The Never Ending Mile/Life & times of Winn Hensley

Written by Winifred H. Hensley, Sr., and published by Outskirts Press, Denver, CO. 2014

By Linda Waggener

The new book, The Never Ending Mile, takes readers from a one-room school in Metcalfe County, KY to Hurricane Katrina hitting New Orleans, LA.

Winn Hensley's memories begin in the rolling hills of south central Kentucky on his first day at a little one-room school. He describes kicking a stone down the rocky road and his mother telling him if he kept that up he'd never get another new pair of shoes.


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2014-06-29 17:20:24 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Books

Carol June (Whitlow) McMurtrey, 75, Summer Shade, KY (1938-2014)

She was the daughter of the late Robert and helen Mackey Whitlow, and the widow of the late Kenneth McMurtrey. She leaves 11 direct living descendants. They were married March 18, 1955. She was a homemaker, loving mother and grandmother, and a member of the Summer Shade Missionary Baptist Church
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Carol June McMurtrey, age 75, of Summer Shade, died June 28, 2014 at The Medical Center in Bowling Green, KY.

Funeral services will be Wednesday July 2, 2014 at 1pmCT, at the McMurtrey Funeral Home, 2232 Summer Shade, KY, with Bro. Larry Cooksey, officiating. Burial will follow in the Summer Shade Cemetery. Visitation will begin Monday, June 30, 2014 at 4pmCT, continuing Tuesday, and Wednesday until time of services, at the funeral home.


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2014-06-29 16:53:35 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Mr. William (Bill) Austin Sanders, Taylor Co., KY (1951-2014)

He was the son of the late William (W.C) Christopher and Norene Caffee Sanders. He leaves three direct living descendants. Mr. Sanders a supervisor at the former Cricketeer Manufacturing Company. He professed faith in Christ and was a member of the Mackville Christian Church.
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Mr. William "Bill" Austin Sanders of Campbellsville passed from this life on Friday, June 27, 2014 in Bowling Green, KY, at the age of 62.

There will be a funeral service conducted at the L.R. Petty Funeral Home,1765 New Columbia Road, Campbellsville, KY at 12pm noon CT/1pmET, on Monday, June 30, 2014. Interment will follow in the Sanders Cemetery on Sanders Road in Taylor County, KY. The family will receive visitors at the funeral home on Sunday, June 29, after 4pmCT/5pmET.


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2014-06-29 16:04:46 | Comments | Printable version

Adair County Fair ad reminds writer of fairs past

Lou Ann Gore Flanagan writes:
Love the Adair County Fair ad! Reminds of fairs past. Looking forward to coming over. - Lou Ann Gore Flanagan
Comments re article 68125 2014 Adair Co Fair Information and Schedule of Events


2014-06-29 15:47:15 | Comments | Printable version

Critic eagerly awaits more enlightening Carol Perkins articles

Mrs. P is the best at retorts

Carol Salato Myers writes:
Mrs. P. has done it again. What a poignant article! If Carol thinks it, she writes it, and does it so well. Her comment to Guy was hilarious! She's the best at retorts! I eagerly await her next enlightening article. --Carol Salato Myers
Comments re article 68238 Carol Perkins The Significance of June


2014-06-29 15:35:23 | Comments | Printable version

Edith Underwood, Taylor County, KY (1925-2014)

She was born in Taylor County, KY, and was a resident of the county at the time of her death. She was the daughter of the late Willie G. Skaggs and Jenny Mae Drun Skaggs. She was the widow of Syndal Underwood, her husband of over 52 years. She leaves three direct living descendants. She professed faith in Christ and was a member of Mt. Roberts Baptist Church.
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Edith Underwood, 89, of Campbellsville, KY. died Saturday, June 28, 2014, in Campbellsville.

Funeral services will be at 12pm noon CT/1pmET, Tuesday, July 1, 2014 at Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home, 418 Lebanon Avenue, Campbellsville, KY, by Bro. Jeff Newton and Bro. Michael Ticknor. Burial will be in Campbellsville Memorial Gardens, 700 Old US 68, Campbellsville, KY. Visitation will be 4pm-7pmCT/5pm-8pmET, at the funeral home.


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2014-06-29 15:31:08 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Sharon Newcomb, Taylor County, KY (1946-2014)

She professed faith in Christ and was a member of Good Hope Baptist Church. She along with her mother and sister operated Annetta's Flowers for many years. She was a native of Marion County, KY, and a long time resident of Taylor County, KY. She was the daughter of the late Ray E Blevins and Sibyl Graham Blevins. Her husband of over 49 years, Larry E. Newcomb, survives. She leaves three direct living descendants.
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Sharon B. Newcomb, Campbellsville, KY. died Friday, June 27, 2014, in Campbellsville.

The funeral service will be at 10amCT/11amET, Wednesday, July 2, 2014 at Parrott & Ramsey Funeral, , 418 Lebanon Avenue, Campbellsville, KY, Home in Campbellsville by Rev. J. Alvin Hardy. Burial will be in Brookside Cemetery, W Main Street, Campbellsville, KY. Visitation will be 4pm-7pmCT/5pm-8pmET, Tuesday, July 1, 2014.


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2014-06-29 15:16:19 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

As 'American Terriers,' pit bulls might invite less prejudice

Spanky is a reminder of writer's favorite dog, Joseph
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By Celia Downey

Thanks to Peg Schaeffer for sharing the picture and the story of this beautiful puppy. The best natured and loving dog that I've ever had was a "Pit Bull". He was happy and greeted everyone with a smile.


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2014-06-29 14:35:01 | Comments | Printable version

Remembering Betty Jo Sneed: One of God's best servants

Robert Flowers writes:
Betty Jo came to us just like a special angel to help take care of mother and dad in their final days. Betty took to them just like a daughter and became like a sister never had by Jim, Joe and myself. If you didn't know her, you missed one of God's best servants. She and her husband William set examples for us all and we will forever be grateful for their acts of kindness and love. William, you will always be in our hearts and prayers. We will miss and think of Betty Jo often. With love, - Robert Flowers
Comments about: Betty Jo Sneed, Adair County, KY (1946-2014)


2014-06-29 14:32:33 | Comments | Printable version

CU hosting about 7,000 campers over summer of 2014

University finds camps a way to spread the Gospel, as well as being a strong recruiting vehicle. The campus leaves a lasting impression. 'They like the location and the close proximity of all the buildings, they love how beautiful all the landscaping is and all of the options that are provided in the dining hall,' Rusty Watkins, who has worked with the camps for 13 years, says.
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By Joan C. McKinney

CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY - Fifty-three Bibles have been handled out this summer to campers at Campbellsville University. Rusty Watkins is proud of that. Watkins, who’s worked with summer camps at CU for 13 years, said each young person who is saved while at camp gets a Bible with a camp worker’s name in it. Fifty-three students have received the Bibles in the first three and a half weeks of camp, with 3,600 campers, out of approximately 7,000 who will be on campus this summer.


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2014-06-29 13:26:31 | Comments | Printable version

Photo Critique: Jon Halsey finds derivative influence

Comments re photo 55634 Historic Adair Co KY Courthouse in stormy sky Jon Halsey writes:
Interesting. Seeing more and more of a PW influence in the EW artwork.

- Jon Halsey
Thanks. - Find that welcome but a bit hyperbolic. I guess that is so, just as there is the inflluence of the "Ansel Adams of the iPhone, 'PS', Porter Stotts" and as PW is influenced, as I am of Evan S. Waggener. Sharing kind of fits with an NPR TED radio hour session this morning about how much better off mankind would be if the world shared, rather than hoarded, intellectual property - as Elon Musk is doing with the Tesla patents, as Ben Franklin and Joseph Priestly did. - EW


2014-06-29 13:01:02 | Comments | Printable version

Granddaughter of an Aaron Bro., Denmark, Russell Co., KY writes

Carla Aaron Grider writes:
So Very Interesting, one of the Aaron Bros. was my Grandfather! --Carla Aaron Grider
Comments re photo 55630 Historic Russell Co KY Ladies Birthday Almanac Denmark


2014-06-29 12:08:37 | Comments | Printable version

Raymond Radford, 86, Cumberland Co., KY (1927-2014)

He was the patriarch of a highly regarded family. He was a native of Cumberland County and a resident at the time of his death. He was the son of the late Will and Bessie Claywell Radford. His wife, Marth Flowers Radford, survives. He leaves three direct living descendants. He was a member of Parrish Chapel United Methodist Church, and a farmer
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Raymond Radford age 86 of Burkesville, Kentucky passed away on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at Clinton County Hospital, Albany, KY.

Funeral Service will be Tuesday, July 01, 2014 at 2pmCT, at Ballou & Stotts Funeral Home, 304 North Main Street, Burkesville, KY with Bro. James Powell officiating. Burial in Parrish Chapel Cemetery. The family requests visitation 2pm-9pmCT Monday, June 30, 2014 at Ballou & Stotts Funeral Home.


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2014-06-29 11:25:26 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Happy Tail: Spanky, the red nose Pit Bull

There are breed specific traits, some endearing or useful. Pitbulls reputation always precedes them; a 'gateway surrender' at Sugarfoot of Spanky, led to some difficult moments, until a life changing encounter with Dr. Olt. Spanky now has better social skills and a forever home at Sugarfoot, paw-in-paw with his excellent friend, Page, an Australian Cattle Dog. The journey is worth every minute of this read; click on the headline to read it all, with Spanky and a new best friend, Dr. Olt.
The next earlier Peg Shaeffer column: Happy Tail - The story of Cowboy. Posted June 22, 2014

By Peg Schaeffer

When people call here and want to surrender a Pit Bull I don't usually take them in. Although I am not "breed specific" and try to rescue all dogs the Pit Bull Terriers don't usually fit in here. We have several and they're all good dogs but sometimes don't work out in the environment here. Pit Bulls' aggression trait has been bred into them. They are normally aggressive, and this is only to be expected. Despite the stories and myths, Pit Bulls are not normally aggressive towards humans. This is abnormal behavior in a breed that is naturally friendly. While Pit Bulls were bred as fighting dogs, this was to fight against other animals, and dogs biting humans, especially their handlers, were put to death. This has resulted in a breed that is aggressive, but loves people, since those characteristics were selected for encouragement.

Every breed has a special trait

Every dog breed has a trait they're known for. Beagles are going to hunt rabbits and they have a built in ignore switch. When they're on the scent you can call them until you're blue in the face and for some reason they can't hear you. But if you open a can of food or the refrigerator door - they're right on it.

Jack Russell Terriers are like the energizer bunny. They last and last and last. We have one named Lil Bit that makes me laugh all the time. She's always on the go. Even today - she climbed on the top bunk of the Kuranda bed that's on the deck and pulled one of my plants, pot and all, off the railing. Just because it was there - no other reason. Labrador Retrievers love the water. Border Collies, Australian Shepherds, any herding breed needs a job to do or they get bored and in trouble.


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2014-06-29 09:43:01 | Comments | Printable version

Sad word of the death of Carol June McMurtrey, Metcalfe Co., KY

Carol June McMurtrey, age 75, died June 28, 2014 at the Medical Center in Bowling Green. Arrangements will be announced later by McMurtrey Funeral Home, 2232 Summer Shade Road, Summer Shade, KY.

2014-06-29 09:25:46 | Comments | Printable version

Carol Perkins: The Significance of June

June is a time of love, the essence for beings, as they look for it, long for it, and search to find it and is the subject of this keepsake Carol Perkins column, with vignettes from high school long, to a long, successful courtship, and a meeting with a twice married couple on a cruise trip. Click on the headline for complete, unforgettable Carol Perkins column - CM
Next earlier column: CAROL PERKINS: Emergency Room & flaw of HS aptitude tests Posted June 15, 2014

By Carol Perkins

June is at its close and the significance of this month, which is, of course, the month of weddings cannot be ignored. June was once the only time a bride would consider having her wedding. Most girls wanted to be June brides.


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2014-06-29 09:21:14 | Comments | Printable version

Photography: Caption makes a huge difference

Marilyn Mullinix Blanck writes:
I take pictures, too, and empathize with you over your "almost a million dollar shot". LOVE IT! We all take those, don't we! But your sense of humor and irony turned this into a very worthwhile photo. You could still be standing there waiting for that gust of wind! --Marilyn Mullinix Blanck
Comments re photo 53868 Life in the Holler Almost a million dollar shot by Shamarie Claiborne, March 9, 2013


2014-06-29 09:11:40 | Comments | Printable version

Mike Watson: Early Automobiles in Adair County, part 2

One hundred eight years ago, getting from Columbia to Campbellsville by automobile was quite an adventure. The Columbia Motor Car Company, with principal offices in the Columbia Christian College, was incorporated to address the challenge. Meeting the challenge brought on new ones, from late arrival of 'the machine', getting 'the machine' into useful service was an adventure, with the initial arrival of an 'imperfect machine,' breakdowns, an accident at Burdick due to axle breakdown, even a trip delay to Campbellsville, when the automobile was faced a washed out culvert at Kellyville, and nearer Columbia, the Cheatham bridge was also damage. Just a few highlights of this fascinating 2nd installment of Early Automobiles by Adair County Historian Mike Watson
Next previous Early Automobiles installment: Mike Watson: Early Automobiles in Adair County, part 1, Posted June 15, 2014.

By Mike Watson
Adair County Historian

Easy on the Pike - The Automobile Comes, to better Transportation -
Mr. Paul Azbill has purchased an automobile, which was shipped last Monday, and due to arrive here Thursday. The object of this purchased is to serve the traveling public between Columbia and Campbellsville, and to better the service in the quick delivery of express. The machine will enter into business just as soon as it arrives, and the second one will be purchased inside of 30 days. It is large and roomy, with every necessary appliance for comfort and safety. It is enclosed in glass, heated and substantial in every particular, and cost several thousand dollars. The seats are leather upholstered, roomy and comfortable.


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2014-06-29 07:29:02 | Comments | Printable version

NWS Weather SUN., June 29, 2014: Showers, thunderstorms likely, High 84

Hazardous Weather Outlook. NWS Forecast for Columbia KY Issued by: National Weather Service Louisville, KY This Update: 6:35amCT, Sunday, Jun 29, 2014
Click to NWS forecasts for county seat points in CM primary coverage area::
ADAIR CO. - CASEY CO. - CUMBERLAND CO - GREEN CO - METCALFE CO - RUSSELL CO - TAYLOR CO.
Today, Sunday, June 29, 2014: Showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly between 3pm and 5pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 84. Southwest wind 5 to 9 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%. New rainfall amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.
Sunday Night: Scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 10pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 68. Southwest wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the evening. Chance of precipitation is 30%.
Forecasts for next 6 days:


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2014-06-29 06:51:28 | Comments | Printable version

Forest F. Harvey: Sing it again, Phil

A memorable event in his Days as a ministerial student at Trevecca Nazarene University, and a family-speak line "Sing it again," recently reminded the writer of his 80th birthday, his wife's 77th birthday, and their 60th wedding anniversary, of Peggy Lee's most famous song, and what a life's meaning will be. He writes: "Benjamin Franklin said, 'If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead, either write things worth reading or do things worth writing."

By Forest F. Harvey

One of the things I liked while attending Trevecca Nazarene University was getting to attend all of the Nazarene churches in Nashville Tennessee. It was part of my training as a Ministerial student. At one church we attended the pastor used his son-in-law Phil, a music student at TNU , for the song leader. When the service was going good at the close of the song, Pastor, setting in the pulpit chair crying, would say, "Sing it again Phil". This statement was etched in both my wife and my memories.


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2014-06-29 06:33:29 | Comments | Printable version

Joyce M. Coomer: Remnants of a soldier's life

Dumpster Diving, take two: Poetic prose to contemplate as the nation nears Independence Day, written after the discovery of discards in a dumpster.

By Joyce M. Coomer

Cookware and tools. Military backpack and Bibles. Coats and Disney toys. Shot glasses and shoes. Rock collection and car wax.

Remnants of a life.

The young man in the carefully framed Army portrait looks ready to take on the world, his sense of humor showing in his eyes.


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2014-06-29 05:54:32 | Comments | Printable version

Chuck Hinman: IJMA. Time Changes Things

Time Changes Things. Chuck says time has changed many medical practices in our time. Two early readers comment on his four essentials in the home medical cabinet.
Next earlier Chuck Hinman column - 'Making Do'

By Chuck Hinman

Time Changes Things

Man, you can say that again, especially if you have been around for 85 years like I have. For example, how many of your great grandchildren are home from school for two weeks (or more) with the measles; or who of those kids are quarantined along with their families with the highly contagious smallpox, mumps, or chickenpox. I would guess the answer is "not one."


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2014-06-29 05:30:50 | Comments | Printable version

Tom Chaney: Kudzu and Thistles

Of Writers And Their Books: Kudzu and Thistles. Tom says that Faulkner's stream of consciousness approach in The Mansion matches nicely the convolutions of life in Yoknapatawpha. This column first appeared 28 June 2009.
The next earlier Tom Chaney column: A Lincoln Friendship Transformed

By Tom Chaney

Kudzu and Thistles

William Faulkner warned us of a plague. The miasma had hit Jefferson and Yoknapatawpha County in his trilogy consisting of The Hamlet, The Town, and The Mansion.

I have just finished re-reading the final book, The Mansion. While it may be one of the funniest southern novels written, it also describes the plague -- worse than Spanish moss, kudzu, or Magnolia Maidens. The plague is named Snopes.


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2014-06-29 05:28:48 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Books

Today, SUNDAY with CM, June 29, 2014

Haiku by Robert Stone for June 29, 2014:
No longer needed
may be good enough reason
but one unwelcomed.
--Robert Stone, Sunday, 29 June 2014.
-1000 haiku countdown finished, now for some more days, Day 1020

Reminders of Great Recent Reads we hope you didn't miss:
Mostly from Sunday with CM, June 29, 2014, 2013 and a few others from the past week. Please note date of posting

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2014-06-29 05:22:40 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Today

ACMS Site Council will meet in special session June 30, 2014

The Adair County Middle School site base decision making council will meet in special session to close out the 2013-14 school year. The meeting will be on Monday, June 30, 2014, at 3:30pmCT, at the school located at 322 General John Adair Drive. The meeting is open to the public. - ALMA M. RICH, Adair County Middle School Principal

2014-06-29 05:18:50 | Comments | Printable version


Birthdays and Anniversaries for June 29
Happy Anniversary, Angie & Allen Pierce (July 29, 1996) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, Bodie and Tammy Emerson | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, James & Karen Morgan (2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, Jimmy and Patricia Harper (1966) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy anniversary, Terry and Jean Corbin (2001) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Audria Rowe | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Bob Bradshaw (1936) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Fanny Bell Pederson | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Gracie May Burton (2011) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Kelly Williams | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Kenny Joe Burton | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Paige Coomer | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mr. Kenneth Ray Hodges, 69, Green Co., KY (1940) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Nina Quinn, Taylor Co., KY (1937) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Hazel Mavis Caffee Jessie Metcalfe Co., KY (1926) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Luke Aaron Sexton (2010) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Ebline Wheet, Sano Community (1917) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Karen L. Krapf, Edmonton, KY (1946-2011) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Louise M. Kilpatrick, Russell Co., KY (1933) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Anita Feather Miller, Taylor County, KY (1922) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Pauline C. Daffron, Taylor Co., KY (1913) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Tommy Staley, Cumberland Co., KY (1955) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Anson Genus Steward, Adair Co., KY (1969) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Bobby Gene Pike, Adair Co., KY (1946-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Catherine "Kitty" Pence, Stanford, KY (1924-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Hazel Owsley, 89, Burkesville, KY (1925-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Anson Steward (1968-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Rick Monson (1957) | (Updates/Corrections)

Events scheduled for Sunday, June 29, 2014
All events are listed in Central Time. Submit your upcoming event using our Contact Form.
6:00amCTTime to check CM Directory of Churches for Sunday worship service schedules. | (ID:28487, Comment)
8:00amCT3D Archery Shoot at Adair County Sportsman 8am-1pmCT - Adair County Sportsmans Club, 130 Sportsman Club Road (use new entrance across from Majestic Yachts), Columbia, KY | (ID:28856, Comment)
10:00amCTUp Words Trio at Coffey's Chapel, followed by service, potluck meal
Russell Co. - Coffey's Chapel United Methodist Church, 3991 S Hwy, 76 Eli, KY | (ID:28825, Comment)
Asbury UMC will host Noblemen
Asbury United Methodist Church, 9600 New Columbia Road, Campbellsville, KY | (ID:28908, Comment)
11:00amCTThe Rev. Bobby Bowe will speak at Second Christian Church
Second Church, 828 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY | (ID:28871, Comment)
NoonCTPause for Chimes at Noon, Downtown Columbia. Two selections | (ID:28516, Comment)
2:00pmCTServices, Russell Springs, KY, for Bessie Meece, 79, Russell Co., KY (1935-2014) | (ID:28984, Comment)
5:00pmCT Vacation Bible School each Sunday in June 2014, 5pm-7:30pmCT Old Concord United Methodist Church, 5996 Fairplay Road, Columbia, KY. | (ID:28386, Comment)
Chimes at the Evening, Downtown Columbia. Two selections | (ID:28547, Comment)
6:00pmCTRicardo Hughes singing
at Tabor Community Church, 1477 Fairplay Road, Columbia, Ky | (ID:28979, Comment)
6:30pmCTDriven will sing at Egypt Christian Church | (ID:28983, Comment)

 






















 
 
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