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Students on panel at strategic leadership meeting


2023-02-07 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Seventeen students from three of the four Adair public schools made up a panel at the strategic leadership meeting for research and goal setting. From ACES were: Leo Garsee, Mason Rose, Jordan Staten, Brisa Perez. From ACMS: Summer Rowe, Lucas Davis, Addie Baker, Jasper Kemp, and Emma Dorman. From ACHS: Jonathan Gold, Trey Stephens, Rachel Brown, Millie Brown, Jazzy Kemp, Emmylou Miller, Keaton Burton, Beth Cowan. (Students are not listed in order and some came in to join the panel after the photo was made.)


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Seniors at strategic leadership meeting


2023-02-07 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Keaton Burton, front left; Beth Cowan, center; and Emylou Miller, at right, were in attendance at the third meeting of the Adair Schools Strategic Leadership Team meeting. The three seniors were among students from grades 5-12 to help with research and planing.


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Letters: quilt pattern possibilities


2023-02-07 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.

Rita Murrell writes:
In response to quilt by Minnie Corbin Rubarts, maybe Star of David?


Sue M. Smith writes:
That quilt made by Minnie Corbin looks like a variation of the six pointed star pattern. I'm familiar with 6 pointed stars but a not familiar with the hexagon in the center. The hexagons are a variation, I would assume.


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Leslie and Snowball the Cat and pumpkin


2023-02-07 - Adair County Genealogy and History Center, Columbia, KY - Photo from Statesman archives in Trilby Tupman\'s collection.
Recently retired Adair County teacher, Ms. Melton, was little Leslie Tupman in 1968 when she shared her Halloween afternoon, her cat and their pumpkin with photographer Linda Marcum.

Photo 1, top left: LESLIE TUPMAN urges her huge white cat, Snowball, to look inside her Jack-o-lantern and see if she can find out what makes it grin so big.
Photo 2, top right: SNOWBALL is fascinated.
Photo 3, lower left: LESLIE is fascinated.
Photo 4, lower right: WITTY LITTLE GIRL decides that the seeds inside the pumpkin must be tickling him.


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Kentucky Color: Northern Cricket Frog


2023-02-07 - Taylor Co., KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge.
While exploring the Homeplace on Green River Cave Spring Ecosystem recently, Billy Joe happened upon this tiny frog about a hundred feet from the mouth of the cave.


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Ford dealership expanding to 18-acre site


2023-02-06 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Don Franklin Fiord (top photo) will be working to move onto the 18 acres at the convergence of Hudson Street and the Veterans Memorial Bypass shown in the lower photo. The location will be annexed into the City and after a gas line is moved, will become home to a new 30,000 square foot building.


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Enjoying breakfast with family and friends


2023-02-06 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Homeschool Mom Laura Greer, at left, joined family members Carson and Linda Lewis, and Mike Watson, standing, for breakfast at the Watson family's restaurant last week. Laura's sons and students are Jason, 6, and Cyrus, 5.


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