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Scenic Kentucky: Yellow Fields and Pink Trees

2021-07-31 - Adair Co., KY - Photo by William Lamkin.
William writes, "I was going through some pictures I took back in the spring and found this one. What beautiful Kentucky colors."

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New meaning to stick shift

2021-07-31 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Bill Collins.
Scenic Adair County includes this roadside art. Bill Collins writes, “New meaning for stick shift.” He found this fine truck on Hwy 61 in Adair County as he was traveling towards Burkesville.

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Join us Sunday at Columbia UMC

2021-07-31 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Lee and Lindsay Stephens and their children Trey, and Raegann invite everyone to join them for services Sunday mornings at 10amCT at Columbia United Methodist Church. The church is located at 202 Burkesville Street.

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Farmers Market in Columbia Saturday morning

2021-07-31 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Enjoy shopping local each Saturday morning from 8am to 1pmCT on the corner of Merchant and Campbellsville Streets in Columbia. And now they are also open on Wednesday mornings in the same spot at 8am through the height of the growing season. This photo is from the time after a happy shopping trip discovering ripe tomatoes, onions and just about enough basil for a few days.

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Too many strikes to count in Friday storm

2021-07-31 - Adair County, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag.

In the wee hours of July 30, 2021, a strong storm raged. There were just too many strikes to count as documented by George Kolbenschlag.

He writes, "This screen shot was taken from my cell phone about 4am Friday morning. The inner circle shows a 10 mile radius around Columbia over a 30 minute period.

"You can see some individual strikes on the periphery, but Columbia is blocked out by solid yellow because there were so many strikes they could not be indicated individually."

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Sunset on Fortune Street

2021-07-30 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
The sun sets over the Kenneth and Sandy Janes yard, Fortune Street, Columbia.

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At the Healthy Kids Clinic today

2021-07-30 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Chad Parnell.
Chad A. Parnell, Principal at Adair County High School, writes: "ACMS student Jay Burton received his COVID-19 vaccine today as part of the Healthy Kids Clinic vaccine clinic held at ACHS."

The clinic is open to the public. Vaccinations are available until 5pmCT, no appointment necessary.

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