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THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2015 A P T HE DAIR ROGRESS TWO SECTIONS-TWENTY-TWO PAGES • Volume 27 Number 31 • Columbia, KY • 50¢ • www.adairprogress.com Fiscal Court Moves Editorial 2 Forward with Senior In & Around 4 Citizens Center Obituaries 5 Adair County’s History: BY BLAKE SPIRES ASST. EDITOR As It Was In Black & White 6-7 The bulk of Tuesday night’s regularly scheduled meeting of the Adair County Fiscal Court was spent on an action item listed Sports B1 near the end of the presented agenda. Judy Keltner, longtime advocate of a Senior Citizens Center in Adair County, presented Classifieds B4-B5 a bid for the project to be undertaken at the Jim Blair Center. “We are up to the point of this court finally awarding bids for this project,” Keltner said happily before detailing the more than seven-year process that led up to now. Loy Takes Hoops The bid, from Vanhook Enterprises, Inc. comes with a base of $421,000, with an additional $74,500 in alternates which Attorney Hal Roach is currently splitting time between Crown Again include replacing the metal roofing and installing a lowered his offices in South Carolina and here in Columbia. The acoustical ceiling in the Jim Blair Center, which will house the former ACHS grad opened the firm in his hometown Senior Center. Architectural group Brandstetter Carroll Inc. has earlier this month. BY BLAKE SPIRES reviewed and approved the bid. Hal Roach Opens ASST. EDITOR In addition to the $495,000 bid, an architect fee of $39,640 For the second consecutive week, and other additional fees and contingencies boost the total cost Robert Loy edged a cluster of low- of the project to $575,000. The facility itself will be constructed Firm In Hometown scoring entries to claim top honors in this installment of the Adair Progress Basketball Contest. SEE Senior Center, CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 BY WES FEESE Loy predicted 15 out of 19 games EDITOR Westlake Hears Audit, correctly this week, after a printing Columbia native Hal Roach is returning to his hometown error resulted in voiding the Eastern roots, as he opened Roach Law Firm this month on Kentucky vs. Southeast Missouri Picks Healthcare Plan Campbellsville Street. State matchup, and was the only The son of H.W. and Ruby Roach was born and raised in contestant to accurately foresee Columbia, but has lived in South Carolina since 1987, North Carolina State’s victory over BY BLAKE SPIRES where he operates a firm in Greenville. previously unbeaten Duke. Loy’s 15 ASST. EDITOR “After law school I joined the Navy, met a girl from The Adair County Hospital District met in special session games were just enough to top South Carolina, and stayed,” Roach explained in an Tuesday afternoon inside the boardroom at Westlake Regional second place Fred Spoon’s 14 correct interview Tuesday at his new office. “I was up here back in Hospital to hear the 2014 financial audit from Louisville based predictions, and David Reliford took September, my wife and I were looking around, and we Blue & Co. and select an employee healthcare plan for 2015. third place by way of tiebreaker, thought about [opening an office here].” Overall, the hospital’s net position decreased $620,641 from calling for a three-point North Roach sought council in Kathy Jones—wife of the late 2013 to 2014, with a loss in operations of $510,000. While Carolina win over Louisville. Circuit and District Judge Paul Barry Jones—and was Westlake’s revenue dipped 13.4-percent in 2014, they were able Fellow 13-game scorers Josh encouraged with the feedback he received. to cut costs by 16.1-percent, helping offset the decrease in Grant and Audie Beard each called “I called Kathy and asked her what she thought, and she money made. for Card victories, while the actual was very supportive about it,” Roach said. “She said that “Typically when I see this kind of drop in revenue, it is really, game saw the Tar Heels win by a she thought I could be useful up here.” really bad news for the bottom line,” Blue & Co. auditor Steve single point, and the trio bested a Roach boasts extensive experience in several different Jones explained. “But because management had put in place group of eight entrants who correctly areas of law, including certain cuts, you have the benefit of a full year of expense predicted 12 games. veterans’ disability, social security disability, and reduction to offset those losses in revenue.” For his win, Loy will again receive bankruptcy, and said that those will be his main areas of In fact, Westlake was able to cut its yearly losses in half from $25 and a Sonic Combo Value Meal. focus in Columbia. a $1.3 million loss in 2013. The other significant change in Spoon’s second place finish nets him “I tend to focus on those, and I’ve also worked in audit results stems from the hospital’s Chapter 9 Bankruptcy a six-pack of Ski courtesy of Western criminal law but won’t be doing that here,” Roach said. status, which has frozen many of their debt payments and Kentucky University and the Coca- “There aren’t a lot of people here doing the type of work resulted in a cash and cash equivalent boost of more than $2 Cola Bottling Company and a Burger that I do.” million, or 382-percent increase from 2013. King Whopper Value Meal, and both Roach’s background in the Navy has given him a unique Aside from a shift from self-pay to an increase in Medicare, Reliford and this week’s random perspective when it comes to veterans’ disability claims, Medicaid and other third-party payors due to the Affordable drawing winner, Willie Hare, will and he’s hoping his expertise will prove beneficial to this Care Act, the remainder of the audit is similar to its 2013 receive Sonic Combo Value Meals as prizes. SEE Westlake, CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 SEE Hal Roach, CONTINUED ON PAGE 9 Basketball Contest, SEE Five-Day 2015 ACHS Basketball Homecoming Candidates and Escorts CONTINUED ON PAGE 5 Local Forecast Thursday, January 15 Periods of Sun. Low 23/High 41 Friday, January 16 Partly Cloudy. Low 29/High 48 Saturday, January 17 Sunny. Low 36/High 57 Sunday, January 18 Partly Sunny. Low 26/High 47 Monday, January 19 Partly Sunny. Seventeen Homecoming candidates, as well as the Mr. and Miss representatives from each class, will Low 31/High 46 participate in Friday’s festivities between the girls’ and boys’ basketball games at John Burr Memorial Gymnasium on the campus of ACHS. See inside for more photos of the candidates and their escorts. PAGE 2 THE ADAIR PROGRESS THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2015 Ask Dr. Angelia Its cold outside, Restless Reader, we should have had a Editorial foot of snow by now. Snow somehow has the ability to motivate us to get to the grocery store, go home to enjoy the Written By beauty of a good snow, snuggle in with comfort food and Wes Feese gather the family to watch inspiring movies. Most of the Mike Watson country has snowy conditions; we just have below frigid 204 High Street cold. Still, that keeps many Precious People from venturing Columbia, Kentucky out. The tendency when the weather is freezing to slow [email protected] down and stay inside. That's where the restless part comes Controversy. Divisiveness. Anger. What role do these in. You can only "hunker down" for so long before it affects themes play in how we consume news? your mind. So, Precious People, the Ask question is, "What Assorted Items On 'TheButler Family As I was perusing the headlines this week I noticed a can brings us joy in the midst of a Polar Vortex?" sad trend. The top stories being reported aren't OfAdair County, Part 2: necessarily the most important ones, but the ones that "Joy is what happens to us when we allow ourselves to tend to split people into opposing groups, to make people recognize how good things really are." -- Marianne The Adair County News: The body of the late J.W. Butler was choose sides. This trend is in no way new, and all good Williamson disinterred and removed to a more suitable resting place in the city reporting should make people consider and reconsider cemetery last Friday. At the time of his burial his wife was not fully In the midst of a Polar Vortex, joy can be found inside --in satisfied with the location and since then decided to removed the their own views on the matter being discussed, but simply the warm nest we call home. During this special time of year body which was done last week.--8 November 1905 pouring gasoline on a hot-button issue shouldn't be the we have an opportunity to appreciate the good things in our goal either. Mr. T.R. Stults, the present county court clerk ofAdair County, is lives and to think about the future. I'm a self-proclaimed With that said, this week I'm going to touch on a few getting a collection of portraits of all the clerks since the gardener and, for me, winter is a time of rest. I grow herbs headline-grabbing issues-one that made international organization of the county. They are life size and are in frames 2by inside, but, in spring and summer, I'm growing as many 20 feet. The following have been clerks in the order named: Wm. news, one that made national news, and a state-level vegetables and flowers as I have space. Winter is time to Caldwell, Sine Wheat, J.W. Butler, Geo. W. Nell, W.P. Neat, Mont story-and offer my take on the matter, as well as a rest, dream and plan for the next season (Have you noticed Cravens, L.B. Hurt and M.H. Marcum. Out of this number, Neat, critique ofthe national media's reporting. Yeah, I know, the days getting longer? Winter is a time to plan the coming Cravens and Hart are living.--18 July 1906 this is like a moped critiquing a Ferrari, but I don't care. year, plant the seeds for future goals -starting now and The three bridges on Butler's branch (Camp Creek) have been -The French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo is set to thinking forward to the spring. I'm finding joy in the replaced by Josh Butler and a good job, the approaches well filled publish Wednesday its first issue since gunmen attacked anticipation of warmer weather and, particularly, in the with rock and gravel.--8 August 1906 the newspaper's office in Paris last week, killing 12 winter seed catalogs! people. The attackers were reportedly angry at the paper Melvin Butler killed in Louisville ...died at Norton Infirmary for depicting images of the Prophet Mohammad; so Think of winter as the planning phase and spring a fresh Wednesday evening [October 1]...He was anative ofAdair, his wife start. Think of winter as a time of meditation and being adaughter of Jo Judd...--l0 October 1906 naturally, the first issue after the attack will feature the contemplation. A quiet pause on awinter's day can be a time Islamic icon on the front page. for reflection on the next big steps: Sitting alone and quietly Milliard Butler is a brother of Melvin Butler, who was shot and First of all, I think the most irresponsible aspect of this seeking the meaning of winter encampment is a great killed October 1... Milliard Butler was a carpenter by trade until story has been the focus on the shooters' religion. Yes, about thirteen months ago, when he was stricken totally blind as the opportunity to soul search, dream daydreams, see yourself they were Muslim, but first and foremost, they were result of a nerve disease. After his affliction came on him, he was with your mind's eye -- a new creation and produce positive supported by his brother, Melvin ...(sons of) Mrs. Mary Butler...The crazy, violent, sociopaths. Those two do not go hand in pathways for life changes. Take time to meditate on what Butler boys were formerly citizens of Adair County, having hand. I'm sure almost every Muslim in the world you are feeling at this particular moment. See with your removed to Louisville many years ago.--19 December 1906 disapproved of the caricatures of Mohammad, but only mind's eye the whiteness of the snow or a purifying rain two decided to kill people over it. Ifa Christian attacked washing your body and cleansing your soul to welcome the Civil War Letter Referencing the death of Captain Champ Butler- a newspaper in the United States, the reporting wouldn't next chapter in life. -Written Forty-Three Years Ago By Mr. John R. Cundiff to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Squires--Our Pelham correspondent, Mr. Ernest Cundiff, be that he or she was a Christian, but a criminal. handed us a letter last week which was written by his father forty- I'm not condoning Charlie Hebdo either. They're According to the National Institute for Health, winter can three years ago, while stationed at Knoxville, Tenn., to Mr. and be a hard time for some Precious People. These Precious looking to make money, and they are doing so by being Mrs. James Squires. Mr. Cundiff was a member of Company C, People are sensitive to the shorter days and lack of sunshine. offensive. They have that right though. Freedom of 13th Kentucky Infantry, and many incidents to which he refers will speech means other people can say and do things that you Ifyou or you know someone that is affected with a sadden be remembered by his comrades, a number of whom live in this outlook, feelings of hopelessness and irritability. They may county. might find offensive. Ifmy religion were mocked in a be suffering from a form of winter blues -- they may "Knoxville, Tenn., July 27th, '64 newspaper, I would be offended, and I probably would hibernate, withdraw from others, have a low energy, Mr. and Mrs. Squires: never read that paper again, but I wouldn't shoot people. oversleep and put on weight because they crave energy I will take the opportunity which is presented to write to you, -On the national scene, Texas Rep. Randy Weber made hoping that you both are well and enjoying good health. I have been through carbs and sugar. Ifyou or Some Sweet Someone is a spectacle of himself by comparing President Obama to struggling this winter, more light is thekey. sick for some time and left the regiment June 16th. Since I came here my regiment has been in one fight, in which Capt. Champ Adolf Hitler. Weber was actually making reference to the Butler was killed and Joseph Hood wounded in the face, with grape aforementioned newspaper attack in Paris, but chose to On those wonderful winter days when the sun is shining shot, but not dangerously. Wm. Butler is sick with flux. I will not cheapen his opinion by stating on Twitter: "Even Adolf bright - go outside (at least 15 minutes or longer)!. You will attempt to give you particulars as to the movements of the army, as Hitler thought it more important than Obama to get to be reminded of the awesomeness of the outdoors. Take a you can keep posted much better than aprivate soldier, but suffice it Paris. (For all the wrong reasons.) Obama couldn't do it walk on a sunny day, and bask in the sunlight that is so to say that I have heard the thundering of cannon and roar of desperately needed through the winter months. If you're musketry since May. Am very anxious to see the 13th mustered out for right reasons" so that I can return to the happy and peaceful life as before. Tell dressed in multiple layers, Polar Vortexes or snowy days Terrible punctuation aside, this was a stupid comment. Morty not to get scared into joining the army, but stay at home with won't keep you inside battling cabin fever. After venturing Weber's point, I think, was to criticize Obama for not Lue and the children. When you write me give all the news about outdoors, it's an amazing blessing to come back inside and joining several other world leaders in Paris for an anti- your farming, how Morty is getting along, etc. (signed) John R. feel the warmth of home. This is a perfect time to make a Cundiff." --20 February 1907" terrorism rally following the attack, and that criticism is hot cup of tea or coffee, and look out the window at the valid. He ruined a decent argument though by stupidly beauty of the winter landscape. Take a long, hot bath to Wm. Butler--In "Lincoln's views of Slavery in 1837," by Ida M. throwing Hitler's name in there. I'm glad we live in a warm up after being outdoors. Be mindful the hot water is a Tarbell, published in McClure's we clip the following extract: From country where we can freely mock our highest elected blessing and this mindfulness helps create gratitude for our a photograph owned by his grandson, Hon. William J. Butler, officials, but to draw parallels between our president and many blessings such as the comforts a bountiful blanket, the Springfield, illinois; William Butler was a native of Kentucky, being born in Adair County, that state, December 15, 1797. In the arguably the most evil person of the 20th century makes heating in our homes and walls constructed to protect us War of 1812, he carried important messages from the Governor of Weber look out of touch with reality. against the Polar Vortex and silent storms outside. Kentucky [Isaac Shelby] to General [William Henry] Harrison in This story was probably over-reported by the national the field, traveling on horseback. He went to Sangamon County, media simply because it's more of a gaffe than actual Above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world lllinois in 1828. In 1836 he was appointed Clerk of the Circuit news. Itshould have been lightly reported and then aroundyou because thegreatest secretsarealways hidden in Court by Judge Logan, whom he had known in Kentucky. In 1859 themost unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic he was appointed by Governor Bissell, State Treasurer of lllinois, to Weber could have been thoroughly mocked on social willnever find it. --Roald Dahl fill a vacancy, and in 1860 was elected to that office. He was media,just like our forefathers intended. Also, isn't it married to Elizabeth Rickard, December 18, 1863. He died in about time we stop comparing people to Hitler? We Springfield, January 11, 1876. Soon after becoming a resident of I'm so blessed and grateful to have a column in several should have a little more respect for history. Springfield, Lincoln went to William Butler's house to board. There newspapers with an opportunity to inspire Precious People -On the state scene, longtime basketball analyst Dick he was like a member of the family. He lived with Mr. Butler until to become their best self. Precious Ones, if you want to talk, his marriage in 1842. The two men were ever the warmest personal Vitale drew the scorn of Louisville fans (and plentyof call me. Ifyou prefer to text or email, send me a note. Just and political friends.--24 April 1907 others, to be fair) for his tribute to recently deceased reach out; I pray for opportunities to help Precious People. colleague Stuart Scott this weekend by dropping a Amen. Mr. Henry A. Hurt and Miss Nannie Lee Butler to be Married "Booyah! Booyah! Booyah! Booyah! Booyah!" on December 18th--On Wednesday afternoon December 18, at the residence of the intended bride's parents, Mrs. and Mrs. William national television in the closing seconds of the Cards' With Gratitude for You, Butler, two miles out on the Campbellsville pike, Mr. Henry A. loss to North Carolina. Angelia S. Bryant, CCMHC, LPCC Hurt will be married to Miss Nannie Lee Butler, BId. Z.T. Williams Some Louisville fans were outraged by this act. They 270.566.1122 will officiate ...--11 December 1907 said it wasn't professional. True, it wasn't professional, but I also don't think it was wrong. Vitale has always Mr. W.C. Butler, son of Mr. D.H. Butler, is visiting relatives and Comments, suggestions, friends in Columbia. He left here six years ago with his parents for been the biggest fan of the team winning the game, and I Sacramento, McLean County, but for the past three years their didn't mind him dropping the catchphrase (even though criticisms? homes hve been in Owensboro, where the father of young Butler is five times might have been a little much) since Louisville engaged in the planing mill business.--18 December 1907 was playing Scott's alma mater. Even Cards' head coach Contact Wes by e-mail at: Tobe continued ... Rick Pitino said the tribute was "a classy thing to do." Surprisingly, the coverage on this topic was probably [email protected] The Adair Progress will not accept any advertising deemed the most fair of any of the three I've mentioned. Itwasn't inappropriate or any advertisments concerning political issues without the name, address and phone number of the purchaser. 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OFFICEHOURS:Mon.-Thurs. 7:30a.m.-4:30 p.m. Second class postage paid at Columbia, KY42728 Fri.7:30a.m.-3:00 p.m.; Closed Saturdays and Sundays Circulation Melanie Ollery ''VOID"Locally Owned andOperated Newspaper" THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2015 THE ADAIR PROGRESS PAGE 3 •Senior Center CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE in the smaller room of the waiting on this to happen,” answered as Judge which provides health due to concerns over their then collect a fee of $5 Jim Blair Center, with the the Judge-Executive joked. Stephens explained that the insurance for any county shelter’s hoarding of dogs from the defendant. gymnasium area remaining Magistrate Terry Hadley, position was one of employee working more and possibility of disease. •Heard the Sheriff’s, Jail, unchanged. who was a member of the appointment by the County than 30 hours per week, in •Passed a motion to Animal Shelter and Magistrate Daryl Flatt Court in 2007 when the Judge, and by County accordance with the allow the Jailer to be able Treasurer’s reports. was cautious about the bid, project began, made the Attorney Hutchison- Affordable Care Act. to prepare or accept bail All magistrates were citing the oftentimes- motion to enter into the Corbin who explained that •Appointed Mike bonds. Jailer White would present for the meeting. unforeseen expenses that agreement with the low because the county Keltner to the Deputy can be tacked onto bidder. blacktopping was chosen Emergency Management projects. “Since I’ve been waiting by selecting the low Director and Greg Thomas “I know sometimes since 2007, I’m going to bidder, no conflict of to Search and Rescue when you get into this make a motion on this,” he interest existed. Coordinator at no salary. stuff, you run into a lot of said. Willis thanked the Court •Re-appointed David money. Will the City cover The motion passed for its time and Taylor and Tony Bragg as half if it goes over?” unanimously. explanations, and Stephens deputy coroners. No one vocalized a In other news at Tuesday reiterated that he wanted to •Performed a second definite answer to Flatt’s night’s meeting, the Court: be completely open and reading of a policy that query, but Judge-Executive •Answered questions transparent. moved road foreman from Mike Stephens did make from Patrick Willis, who •Discussed a proposal an hourly position to a clear that the County inquired about the status of from Green River Animal salaried one. would retain ownership of Jobe Darnell, whose Shelter to lower the cost of •Passed a continuity of the building and that future contract with the county spay and neutering pets for government resolution in additions could be made to expired Jan. 4. Willis also the month of February to which Deputy Judge- expand and replace the asked if the road foreman increase adoption numbers Executive Holly Grimsley side room, from which the position was something and save money on would assume Stephens’ county made around posted publicly or housing, feeding and duties in the event he could $6,500 in rentals last year. promoted from within, and euthanizing animals. The not complete them. “The seniors will be asked about a potential court agreed to set the •Placed Chris Rowe in a joining us, this won’t be us conflict of interest in price at $50 for the month full-time position with the joining them,” Stephens naming a new road to reduce costs in the long road department at a rate explained. “This isn’t one foreman that used to be run. of $9.25 an hour. of those tail wags the dog employed by the company •Heard a first reading of •Passed a motion to situations.” who does blacktopping for policy and procedure for terminate Casey County’s “Some of us have the county. health insurance benefits, use of the animal shelter become seniors while Willis’ questions were •Westlake CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE counterpart. The audit again pital may be in bankruptcy that about $60,000 per year. litigation against or on behalf of found material weakness defi- it doesn’t mean the quality of “I think we should maintain the public agency. No action ciencies in internal control over care has suffered.” our 80-percent contribution that was taken. financial reporting and segrega- In other news at Tuesday’s we’ve done for the last several tion of duties, citing Westlake’s meeting, the board renewed their years,” Gold said. lack of staff due to budgetary employee health care plan with The board disagreed. restrictions as limitations to both Bluegrass Family Health. As Chairman Richard Grant, along areas, in addition to material with last and prior years, BFH with secretary Brad Keltner and weaknesses in fixed asset track- provided Westlake with the most treasurer Bruce White, ing and account reconciliations. competitive rates, helped by bemoaned the current state of The audit also labeled their granting of a 10-percent health insurance. Westlake’s pay roll rates a sig- loyalty discount to the hospital. “Healthcare continues to be a nificant deficiency; in which a Last year’s changes to the health hard thing for employers to fig- 4-percent error rate existed in insurance plan saved the hos- ure out,” Grant admits. their random sampling of 25 pital approximately $140,000. “I hate that the situation is the employee check numbers during The BFH plan also allows way it is for both employers and the previous year. Additionally, employees to keep their co-pay. employees,” White added. “But the hospital was found to not be With insurance premiums I would select option one.” in compliance with their bond continuing to soar, even staying With White’s motion for covenants, an expected finding with the most cost-effective Option 1, a 77-percent contri- due to the ongoing bankruptcy option will see an increase in bution from Westlake that ups proceedings. hospital expenditures this year. the hospital’s payments from “I think it’s important to note The board chose between three $262.97 to $293 per month and that we were not limited in options presented by BFH, one employee payments from $65.74 scope,” Jones added. in which the hospital contributes to $85.75, raising Westlake’s “Everything we asked for, we $30 per month more than last yearly increase to $44,000 were given by management.” year while employees contribute instead of the aforementioned “We certainly do appreciate $20 more, one that sees $60,000, Keltner seconded and working with Westlake Westlake foot an additional $40 the motion passed unanimously Hospital,” he continued. “We’re bump and employees $10, and a among White, Keltner and looking forward to being part of third where the hospital would Grant. Vice chairman David the solution, and want people to see a $50 increase and employee Herbst was absent from the know that just because the hos- rates per month would remain meeting. the same. After some discussion, the CEO Neal Gold advised that board agreed to continue waiv- Free GED Classes the board select what was ing employee co-pay on services deemed Option 2, a continuation performed at Westlake, except Starting Soon of last year’s 80-percent contri- for the emergency room, passing bution from Westlake, where the the measure unanimously. The Adair County Adult entity’s monthly contribution Following both the audit Education Center is excited to would rise from $262.97 to $303 report and acceptance and the start its next session of GED as employee costs jump from health insurance selection, the classes on January 20th 2015. $65.74 to $75.76. This would board entered executive session After the holiday weekend yield an annual cost increase of to discuss proposed or pending come in refreshed and ready to start work on your GED! Call us at 270-384-7475 or stop by the center and see us at 108 Lindsey Wilson Street in Columbia to sign up. Both new and returning students are welcome to join us. The first step for new students will be a brief set of assessments to help staff prepare your individualized lesson plans and success plan to help you decide what to do after obtaining your GED. Structured classes will be from 8am to noon and run on a regular schedule for students looking for more guidance during their educational efforts. Flexible afternoon times are available for one on one tutoring to allow students more opportunities to work around job and family constraints. As always ALL services provided by the center are FREE OF CHARGE! We can even help cover or lower the cost of the GED Test!* So what are you waiting for? Call us at 270-384-7475 or stop by the center and see us at 108 Lindsey Wilson Street in Columbia to sign up. You can take classes in one or two subjects at a time and test in those subjects or try it all at once, it’s up to YOU. *Certain program guidelines must be met. Speak with a center representative to find out more. PAGE 4 THE ADAIR PROGRESS THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2015 Birthdays ~ Weddings ~ Thank Yous IN AND AROUND-ADAIR COUNTY HAPPENING NOW more info. contact Dwan FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 GRAWL Hadley at 270-384-5151 or REVIVAL GRAWL is sorry to inform 270-566-3292. Faith Temple Church on W. ANNIVERSARIES •CONGRATULATIONS • ENGAGEMENTS • THANK YOUS • BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS you that due to lack of THURSDAY, JANUARY 22 Hwy 80 in Russell Springs will funds they must suspend ADAIR COUNTY GARDEN be having revival on the spay/neuter program of CLUB MEETING January 30th -31st with Don pets belonging to senior The Adair County Garden Warren and Danny Emerson Welcoming A New citizens. In three years they Club will met on January from the United Christian have altered over 1,000 22, 2015 at 1:00 CST for their Church in Cleveland, TN. Bundle of Joy pets. They hope to receive annual planning meeting, Services will begin at 6:30 another grant so that they in the basement of p.m. (CT) nightly. For more may sometime in the future Columbia-Adair County info. or for directions call reinstate this program. Chamber of Commerce, 270-866-1256. Anyone wishing to donate 201 Burkesville Street, MISCELLANEOUS to GRAWL please send to Columbia, KY. NARCONON P.O. Box 298, Columbia, KY SATURDAY,JANUARY 24 Narconon-New Life Retreat 42728. All donations are tax BENEFIT SINGING & Drug and Alcohol deductible. They wish to AUCTION Rehabilitation and thank veterinarians and vol- There will be a benefit sing- Education reminds families unteers that made this pro- ing and auction for Gary that abuse of addictive Owen gram possible. Curry, who lost everything in pharmaceutical drugs is on KNIFLEY BASKETBALL SIGNUPS a mobile home fire. The the rise. Learn to recognize Knifley Basketball Signups benefit will be held the signs of drug abuse and Jeremy for Preschool-12 Grade will Saturday, January 24th at get your loved ones help if be held Sunday, January 4:00PM at Sano Store on they are at risk. Call 18th from 1PM-3PM (CT) at Hwy 1729. There will be gos- Narconon for a free bro- Thomas the Knifley Fire Dept. Gym. pel singing, and the meal chure on the signs of addic- The cost is $40 per child consist of chilli dogs, man- tion for all types of drugs. (Preschool-8th grade) and wich, chips & drink for $5 a Narconon also offers free Emma Thomas is ecstatic to welcome her little brother, Owen Jeremy Thomas into the world. Owen $45 per child(9th-12th plate. For more info. call assessments and referrals. was born December 10, 2014 at Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds 10 ounces grade). For more info. call Betty Fischer at 270-566- They also offer addiction and was 19 _ inches long. Their proud parents are Jeremy and Andrea Thomas of Columbia. The Mark Jones at 270-250-3480, 3887, Emma McDonald 270- counseling. Call 800-431- maternal grandparents are Doug and Cathy Grant of Columbia and the paternal grandparents are Amanda Taylor at 270-250- 585-8477, or Joe Kimbler at 1754 or DrugAbuse Sherry Keeney of Somerset and James Thomas of Beaverton, OR. Maternal great-grandparents are 7007, or Chris Patton 270- 27-634-1330. Solution.com. Imalee and the late Danny Grant and the late Loeta Redmon. Paternal great-grandparents are Dolas and 250-1619. There will be NO the late Mary Helen McElroy of Russell Springs, the late Jim and Thelma Thomas. Owen was also late signups. welcomed home by his aunts, uncles and cousins. RADA CUTLERY FUNDRAISER Kelleyville Community Anniversary Church Mission Possible ministry program is currently taking orders for Rada Cultery. For more info or to Radford’s Celebrate 60 Years place an order call Jamie Rucker 270-634-2918, Carolyn Burton 270-634- Narconon would like to remind families that Please join us in celebrating the 60th wedding anniversary of 1900 or Linda Tucker 270- the use of addicting drugs is on the rise, take Phillip and Dorcie Radford, Saturday, January 17, 2015 at 2:00 in 384-3083. steps to protect your family from drug use. If the afternoon at the Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 4900 Cedar FRIDAY, JANUARY 16 you know anyone who is struggling with drug Grove Road, Shepherdsville, KY 40165. Please do not bring gifts, ALCOHOL DRUG OUTREACH addiction get them the help they need. instead, there will be a money tree there for Relay for Life Victory Community Church (proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society). In loving memory Alcohol, Drug Outreach is a of our daughter, Marsha Quonce. Send regrets via text/call to 502- Call for a free brochure on the signs of weekly program for anyone 417-8278. addiction for all drugs. Narconon also battling alcohol, drug, or offers free screenings and referrals. Phillip & Dorcie Radford any addiction, or knows 800-431-1754 or DrugAbuseSolution.com someone who is. ADO will Pregnant? New Parent? meet each Friday at 6:30 PM CT. This week Bobby ADDICTION COUNSELING We can help! Webster will be speaking. Narconon can help you take steps to overcome Everyone Welcome. Victory addiction in your family. Call today for free AGAPE HOUSE Community Church is screenings or referrals. 800-431-1754 PREGNANCY located 1165 Russell Rd. For RESOURCE CENTER offers many services such as parenting classes, free pregnancy testing, and Sarah’s Closet store. Call or stop by for more information! Located at 114 Office Park VFW & Women’s Auxiliary Meetings Drive, Columbia VFW Post 6097 and the Women’s Auxiliary meets on the 2nd Thursday night of each month at 7 pm at the Phone: 270-380-1699 VFW Hall at the Adair County Fairgrounds. All veterans are welcome to attend. Hours: M-Th 9-5 Grateful Hearts Meetings of “Grateful Hearts” are regularly held on the third Monday of each month at 6:00PM at the TJ LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER Health Pavillion . Sessions are open to everyone in the community and serve as excellent opportunites for MEMBERS The Agape House, located at community members to attend health promotion activities related to cardiovascular health. Anyone with Office Park Dr. in Columbia, KY questions or need for more information may call Anna Shaw, RN at 270-651-4833, or 270- 659-5535. is looking for volunteers. Alcoholics Anonymous Call 270-380-1699 Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings are held each Thursday night in Columbia in the basement of Columbia or send an email to City Hall Municipal Building. The first meeting begins at 6 p.m. and the second at 7 p.m. The meetings are agapehouseprc@ handicapped accessible and are non-smoking. yahoo.com Al-Anon Meeting Al-Anon meetings will be held every Thursday at 6:30PM at the Good Shepherd Catholic Church, 1217 Greensburg St. Columbia, KY. For more info. Call 270-384-6553 or 270-378-6421. Public Library Board Meeting The Public Library Board meeting will be held the 2nd Monday of each month at 12:05 at the library. Public Library Activities Lapset (for children under 2) is held on Mondays at 10:00AM. Children’s Story Hour is every week at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday and Homeschool Story Hour is every week on Wednesdays at 1:00PM. Books, songs, arts and crafts fun for everyone. Genealogy Society Meetings are held at 5:00 p.m. the first Monday of each month. Legos is the 2nd Thursday of each month from 4:30-5:30PM. The Book Club “Have You Finished It Yet” meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 4:30PM. For more information call (270) 384-2472. Country Quilters The Country Quilters meet on the 2nd Monday night of each month at 6 p.m. as well as on the 2nd Wednesday 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Both of these meetings are held in the basement meeting room of the Chamber Office. We would like to invite anyone, young or more mature persons, to come join us in learning new skills and perfecting old ones. If you have any questions, please call Kathy Jones at 270-384-3366. Sportsman’s Club The Adair County Sportsman’s Club’s regular monthly meeting is the first Tuesday of the month at 7 P.M. at the clubhouse. All members are urged to attend. Knife Swap And Auction The Adair County Knife Club has a Knife Swap and Auction the first and third Tuesday of every month at the Columbia Masonic Lodge Basement. Doors open at 3:00 CT and the knife auction begins at 5:00 CT. There is a $2.00 admission. It is a smoke free event. For more information call 270-634-1657 or 270-932- 7276. New members are invited to join. Columbia Rotary Club Meetings The Columbia Rotary Club meets every 2nd and 4th Monday night at 6:00 p.m. CST in the Cranmer Dining Hall at Lindsey Wilson College. Visitors are always welcome. For additional information contact Ted Caldwell at 606-787-4001. Adair County Heritage Association The Adair County Heritage Association monthly meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the courthouse on the public square. Public is invited. For more information, contact Ted Caldwell at 606-787-4001. Celebrate Recovery Asbury Methodist Church welcomes you to Celebrate Recovery every Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. EST. Celebrate Recovery is for everyone with a hurt, hang-up, or habit. Its based on the eight principles from Beatitudes and the 12 steps of AA and their Biblical Comparisons. Examples of some issues dealt with are: Dependency on alcohol or drugs, ponography, gambling, broken relationships, sexual abuse, divorce, depression, etc. We are located at 9600 New Columbia Road. If you have any questions, please call Julie at 270-789-4111. Awana Clubs The AWANA Clubs will meet each Sunday Night at 6:00 CT, at Plum Point Baptist Church. to learn about the bible, play games, eat and fellowship. Children of all ages are invited. Plum Point Baptist Church is loocated at 6107 Knifley Road. For more info. contact Shauna at 270-250-5773. Alcohol Drug Outreach Victory Community Chrch will be having ADO (Alcohol Drug Outreach) which is a weekly outreach program for anyone battling alcohol, drug, or any addiction, or knows someone who is. There will be weekly recovery speakers and testimonies. ADO will meet each Friday at 6:30 PM CT. Everyone is welcome. Victory Community Church is located at 1165 Russell Rd. For more info. call Dwan Hadley at 270-384-5151 or 270- 566-3292. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2015 THE ADAIR PROGRESS PAGE 5 OBITUARIES Our Deepest Sympathy is extended to all those who have lost loved ones... ~THE ADAIR PROGRESS PAGE 6 THE ADAIR PROGRESS THURSDAY, JANUARY 15,2015 ADAIR COUNTY'~~ In an effort to celebrate this community's history, The Adair Progress has partnered with the Adair County Public Library to reprint portions of Adair County newspapers of the past. For this installment, we are revisiting an issue of the Adair County News from January 6,1980. Melton, White file first for May primary electlons ByPt\t·t tlA\'ES MrGahDand Fred Sexton as ,eeking lNi: magisl~ttal ~t 1'h~ llist steps of actton- hiS depunes AlI!lough, he has now held b)' Fred Sexton. who which will culminate with tht! \'('1 III file. {'IIV DoWney h8·. ch~ to run as a (iepuIy with May primary and :"lO\'ember .an.Mufll'l'dnnd·lsexpecied 10 MeIIO[1TlI5tead 'o(seeklng '.... general elections in Adair ji!;IVf' ~1('ltun hIS bigges election OIunty-have alrea:1y been l'halIl'njff.' whill" snlHher .c.an, taken. as fourcandidalcf> have dldate. :\la'x H.I":e h85 also The f·ourth candidale .10 file nled their inlentlons In St't'k annnUf1('l'(i h(' ·....111s~k' lhe: to aate-ano Ihe only Uemo- elected Office 1I1lflLs year' S rilllilinnlHm ct:at-has been .Kobert A d1mocfdplihfeolo~ladeeAenllglsidalvaslshrilir$tifeeaad;tr5l:rbil~aatofilnhlfleln0..estecre1ioawnrcortiitemnstOoshle~'nnNerpo'(k.O).omlDa1Cnlplsr~llille)~1rtCurrain0u(HsI,l.h1v'ul1M(ir,nh'l:nl~;l,:O.uI.I((d,af'(3df'elolla~Ihacrunln':aIkr\egd\'ds.d n'tfW~1lllYliO0Jla~,thTl6'r\'Ihll-lt''h.!w.rr.·"'p..kat.r'aullIr(Wi"1twi'rn'dInr(~ih''lhlml'~a1«r(l'~1l.hrIsC!a>w1lrIallniIeiwN((lnsn'nlru,gk,l-'].JtrI'i(rnl)''s'gl(llti'I',Eltu,u'X!~fs'mlan~ln~tIr'p!k!IrI\iaIi~i,lN(,ll.d'I.eISelgtCmt!lehodBl~fuehbio"rlr(1iillbsIs"0I- )Jo3Gots'oeetefr~rra'ae,rln0ncrniG\ksl«elo,rna1tmt..h0on'....il.rlhtwsorn.e;.chcivnytloOwbl,eo!.a,thIael,lhs~'e!rlhrleotaam1~obato0epfrlvere'mpmesaodifoigiCn.~nln'tihe0eleuda1dDfrrnc-iFd~>srl're'raclwkanaaI!rt.Nktsinilte!l, c:lerk ..Bob Wl:lltt> - ·Ion."thJ~.yt'ar did.tes. Inchldi.ng. Ine In 'what ISroreeasl tabe (trw Thc· first per~mt 10 rill' fl?r inC\Jmbents Inall c~ilt"'~~'lde me 01 Ihe honealrac<'s In Ih(' '.ht' se·\·cn maglstl'rlal offices excepl (oraherilf, a~ ttRST Te, I'"H.':' Thf' Itnt undldate to fot the' primary., Garv Meltl)n beC"lllnl' ptlSlll'!n!; ...h.J~h"III be'd~ldl'd e~pe.("'ed to (ile their papt,rS Candidates Itepubllc:anno,mln.Uoh for.bert" In(h. ~.Y prtma,,' wa. Ihe. Orat canc1idaielu h1«' for :lus ,'.ear IS Clovis "Short" wllnln the next few da)'s, and li.rl Mf'lton" "'ho t. .hoWl! with hit two cholcn for the RepubUcan norninallofl hlr Hurr.!' wtll) filed fell' lh~' a number Qf candida tn 8~e depuU.... ,"'nod .......lIton. lefl, aDelClUlon MeGalia, fllhl. sherifrMell,on. C\lrre-I)I)~ & ·.f{t>pubhcan nomma('i~ in 015· expected to file before the Ihorth •.Ilfor IUlnK with coanl~ ~.ou.ncle,.II. Bo~ "'hIlt. dtpul)' url(!tr She-riff Jimmy IrlCt.a Burrt:> , a Gradn'ille d.eadllne, 5S a~YIi before the \1onda~'morning, .. Flrquln. will ron Wllh Clifton farmer and ('aft)('nler, w'j1I bf. Ma}'26.eleetion Fire department answers fiv'e calls Sunday For themaJorH~ of the lime All 0(' f:tt,'~ ..n Sundin "/ !·.ht'damagt W'as contained C.U......ere .bo answered to In the lall 'ffw weeks. the turned tiut til !lr t1'-" 'I 1lt\~S 'II :I\t' fUrl1&ce rci6m, lIltbough brlna u:-.der '~trol. a fire .1, Colu..rnbia-Adai'r Count"· \'olun. wllh Ihe milS'-d~.n:a~lnghrl' ;II l~aSI one apartment suI, I·he Jimmy IJ'tMney and S4)(I teer Fire Deparlmeni hun't' Dt-tng. ai :ht> SprlnKhi.l Apclf' ft"r:l"d~m()lu'andwllt"r dam- Lum~r Millon Gre~rlIIM" been too active But. when Ihe menls oU,lr Carrh' n'll:r.. RI(I'. Road, ",'here a. lumber pUe calls Mve co.me, thev've Dri'\'e AccordlnR 11 (,1'\· r,r,' Th<,flr'l' clepar.lmfJnt r~pon· caughl fire:, and • ,r... fit. arr...e.a in a fh.itf\' . anci ori ehl~1 'hk~ l..ila~l!I\'" ""' lir,' dt'ii '" 1"'0 reslde.neeswher@ f1ear lome 011 'lank:. otl_ the Sunday. lor the second Illnf' in Ilpparpnll~l\I.arl('i1 !I..r.'. ,!r', I)!f'r(' wt're flu,. fires a1. ~. lieorse LQ~',Jr , lannon Ha~, I~s than a week_ the (iri.' elecrrlcOiI sh'lI'lap;r '" ~"m:.. MtKtnf\e\' II and Tul5ll Walk, \'eY'1 Ridae Both w~re depa~tmenl .respond@d 'to fi"" ('·he,. Ol';tlhm.I·' .11-,r. 'h 'I"i qp'j; anti both flrl!J '\l:ere brQU3hl under control without fires ino.ne da~' ni:u.~ r~)()r'H lit l\I'II" n' '!1" otl1l;lul~h('a wlth.nul ans any damages ... aparlnWrl' oUll(1;1111l-.1:l(! "l.,I!>" 'Illtj\lr 'damaJtt'$ START NEW YEAR RIGHT RE8CtiE 5ql'AIl OONATlON, )1111..PanDil; Opfl1lUOnIi Manaler for' Ingtr5olhRand'\ l'anlpbfollnlUt' dl\'I,ii9n, Indians 'rip Campbellsville 59-38 pres.hts :\daif ('fllml~ RNicuf' SqllJld D1l'mb,.r'Hobb~ r""l"U" ('orbln ",UI! a· n("", pori. bit>air cltmprr."t;or for llw squad ali ~Uk..r_jtan. ",.rsonn"l \limilI!('r, l~h on Th,' compr6ll0r. uluf'd, at "'fOr $111/1.1. iN 1m." 01 'th," pit't""" ..I !Cluipmt'nt nUlnuflll"turl'd atlh" t ampbc,II~\!II" lot'alinn - Ii\' ..A\:L H.~YES EJh.~ b;:,(h <If' -..:hUll had IWl'li Th,' 11111a11).:> 11(>:0t1'o:1ntest III ImP9rtant one of the year 10 The AdSIf :('OUrtl), Indulns sh.armt(: 1'hl' n'li!f'r IIo)SIIII'.l1111 I"tI1lUl: \10h{'ri th~)' Ir'avl!'l In tar foPrIu,..s,...., "'Ita unpOr1ari~ is u~ a 12·() spurt atlh~ .the pr"'~"U5 ~t'\rfl llitllH'~ I;n'~'" (nun!.)" ;jod a(,cQrdi~I' If'. l,So.aANfi, begmrung 01the second hall 10 playt'd t,~ i.lll' Tnlll" l.ojIi 10'\l.lwn thf."Itame ISthe -'most 'Pal'10,i!olumD :I eraS<' a 23,2(j l'an)pbell~vll1e !itarled In(. t'nnIl'ljt dut' tl), Rescue Squad receives le,lI(1ana \ken.1on10clob~r ttlt' slartrr Trldd .I.l\'\·sa~ flf'1~ \'Illiling ·l::agll'.5 5'!1,31II() nowh Sick, and ~:Ih!\.1'150re~pflo.ded their' first \'Ic:tor~' flf Ih.- nt'll "'~Il. scc..rln~.ft)\lf poml'~'and ~'E'ar)o'rl(1ayqlght tying ('rallo!l';lslf') Inr Ih('learn portable air compressor PlaYing their ht!itgalnp. le'ad in'rtboundmK v.'llb ~!lJ SUlce l.)ecembt'r 181h. the for theit;sfnt· lh.. 'lrldl3J)!> indians gol orr t~a slow-slart connected .m 'r,·1.1f .(: Shots for and Campbtlhivllie took 57·pt"rcent tlH'ludJnIi!" lor'nd 1II 'SquTahree! hAasllarlerc'el(\"'c'elU<!nla' pHor,t~a'bUl(l'' \l.rTnIt>>'Ull·IulIln,_..p:r.·,,(,.:,I,N1ITltI1.I.!.11)H!)utOlau...m.~(.i1!1 a1d2''\3l.laena'.ldlgaet'ofheIte1n0dTu()nr tnhuet f1lr0sla p~f0.n2d1.t' .hfialrlf 6\;1FrIp'((''n~Ihl'rnowt sInwethrlff' air compr~!lsor valui?(I at cwrr !Irl'l' ,In<,1 Hlhrr 'hlll~$, 'a!let quarter ofplll~' Ii real (Jll:i.1r)pOtlll "Ienl SI100 ~asa donatIon Irom Ih(' ~('\f'ral (I:hrr ~hlng~a't th(' The Ealles, ..t.l.o COnl'le<'ted h()w("v~r il~ ttl.. Tnbt' could Ingersoll ,Hand t.'nrJl(Ir.i1lll'f: l' squall hUlf~rng HIli \\"hl'at.. on·$3 ~rcent of their shots an connf'C1 nn onh . ~ IS/or 13 Campbe1lsvill(' plant l'Omrnall(1ff 1)1thl' local squill!, the first ball, cOntinued thetr JX'l'",f'nl \\ till ~,III~ al\1'I l.ash.·" talklJlR·aboul 1tlr 1(111 sli'ln tornd.shOOti.ng Into the s«ond leado,lI" the- WII~•. Ill\' IndIans '1le 'Compressor "a!' pn' '\\(o, \A'flul(.11Ik.-(e> e'(pr('S~ OUI' eight minutes of pllly,and controllt>d Ihl'·hClij.rdsNo,21 anll sented 10 Ihr 5(1\1.a(l la,S! wt'l'k Slllcen' Ihanks \('> Ih(>fle(!plt>o,at although Ihelndiartl finally gOI commit:I~.d only SIX turnover's by; Mikl' I"arroll, operalloll!' IngerNul! Hana 11'( their Clona· th,e: baD t9 rolling, th,e Eagles toCampJ:»eIlS\'IUe-~2) m'anager for Ihe n,mpt)('lIs lwn, ,JrICl WI' arC' gla(l !~hlh't" held on and \\'oundup on lOp "11W8S a rN.lI) jlllj')t1 Win lor vtlh!' planl. anit Mike FClt::an SII,'h pubh<' mmet('ct lIrms 11\ 23..;20at the end of the fit$Ch.lr us com InIt v!l 1ht' long penonnel manager f~urarpti ofplay l'hrlstmu br-t·ak t oac~ From chert oli, thOagh, it Uh'tln "Re(f ~1~l)n 'sind a.fler was a1.1 Adair County tile same ' ~ol plaYing tOrlWO swuCtung 10a .fuil c·ourt', man- weeu l1ho\lo'~tn ttl(' Flr~t hall_ lC>'manpr'fls attile onset oflhe as we "'.ere ahl1h' st.ale. hul·Wl' Choice of commissioner second haIr. Coach .l\ed did cl~mearOIjM tlnd play IlkI' :"liKon'stroops: promptly forcreo we are cap.abl~"I InIht' !leConO lhe ~8gles lntoseveral critical half ' lurnO\'t'f!I, 8n.(I $cored 12 '.'J, ",,'as rE'all~ ph-as,"" ""Ith confronts fiscal court $~raigtn 1>0,"15 tatum a. thf' wa,o, Hllllf'JU iln(1 tWls thr~-pomt dl'hCll Into a 32,23 played BuIll nl lhem ha.11hP(on lead In ofhmslvr ~1\.Ulip~ anti II The Indiaru; went on to really hf'ilX'<l, :~. 1/.1'" <;oml' B)'..AlT If/\\'''~'' It'rt'ntl~.• 10(1 \\lull:- III appo1nl olit!lCOret~\,lsilDri »6in Ute oHms.> 'trum (Iur Inl>ul.· .:am(~ The Adair (:ounl'" Flsc'i11 someollt' ne~ let tht' P" i.lI.m deci~ive third quarter. and lor a dlangt'. -- hr.. font IriUt...1 Court wiJl ('Ondu'd' liS fln;l nam.el~' Jamt's J\l'lInl'r _ .Ii enJOYeda 40-29lead ,oinainto '-llalloul~)kec1 good Il'lktn.lt the meeting 01 the nt'w y~ar thIS, prMI~In(~nlAdair ~'oun1\' la'rm !lienna. eJalit minutes of pia" ball 10S1lJf':aga!ns Ihrlf' 1)'5 morning at 10'011IIm o,ani11h" ~r - The Tribe U!en comJlletely .cenler d:Jurrel\s' alld 'Ar tr major tGpit'of if'll.etest appears ,o\('l:f\~(llnj;l 10 lil\\, Itl~ tht' broke tIM! game open in the gOing to ha\'t' 1.0h!I\'\' Ihac I..tJ(' lO ~ WMther count)' jU<lgt' dul~~'j IhC'('lmnty Joogt'-e-xecu- fmal quarter, ento3dna leads' 01 CompeUtIV(>' tht' rest .01 thE' executIve James· Brock will tM' h\'t,' t41 119mlOa te a.Pf,'r!!Onfor u.p to 24 pOints before seallOn. able to get bis.cholct' for Cl1l,11lillssrunt'r, wIIA the magi' CampbeUnille !ltored SIX "r was well pleased ,,'.th the ~ ..icommiSSioner appro\' strate; hann.; to appro". the poinll in the final IeC:Onds 01 way we shot Ihe ball rromtilt' ed by the courl Mmll)atlon 'lIt> matter came the game t9 mllke the fUlal field, I'd lake thaI kilid o( '!be fint vacane)' on ttle up at lellsl three. times aurlng laUy 59-38. , lhooUnI I57percent I'the rat original Adair Count)' Hospital regular ana ~pl"Clally called O'aig Lalley. lbe le'I'lior ot the )'ear, but our rree throw District HGard of <..:ommission- meetings 01 Iht' court aurlng guard-forward who ia the Mooting) eft a lot lobe desired en earne when the chairman, Dec(>mlx>r bu! no aClloo was Tribe's le.,aadiiDnR ICOrer for the We're definitely goinllo bave Haj' WUkenon's lerm expired taken At UIl' las I meeting, seaton, led the Indian ,to Improve ~nit fr;om- whal it inearly December oflast )'ear, lirock !"onlmat4.'(1 Kellner and alt'tack, pourin, in• ,.me .~h has ~ the past two games. IDd thecourt and Judge lIrock H.obert B(>II lor the po!lilion, poiDti on 8 (or 13 lhooUna and.)'C)U're...,tlOin( 10win fire wbaIlvDewbWeenauattOheddvSascinacnecyt.hen on abcuht~theocnoutrhtl'demclaintete<r!, 10sutbatkl~e' b(ryom thKeeeflneOJdD_He W"Raesd(booUnoew"ed pdeorlceentlaomreysourhiflrlienea.shoptn._lyThae.3 tlt!n'\plDiw'IANdiCe~e~fTfot:rRts o~l'It.rwko (~1.:mI.1p.blaeal"YloWe:~t Ind'.f'eoirldeIwn.o1D......die Tbe magistrates have seem· 0sh'owmg they aia not appro\''! Bridgewater. who toued in 14, kidt are better shooters than' IndtI t:a ..,.tclnlp r...y..Ill.pt _. byUteTrIbe INI. ~tl•bid•leI'1n-pI.tO_oI.ld.a.b·De~I•Wb.IunUtnknelirfInsar,oovlcnon:rnktobdrail0fus1·· HPthireoe.c..nkomMwinaeas'ti.o'InvSssl<a...t.e·.A.d.LCt,oO..U..mR..eT.e.,t..I. ,.ltpaDoo0ldi4lneWt.d,bIIy'iDMJMlanaUi.ororkIllepU6a~BOnadIIUmobuJali,amn'bmwthh.eo3y todwhueeat'vtr,e.~.bl,nuotiIn.tit stemoemehnast"a'ellikb1el0oewt"lo."ryka'nredit lhBelaJabll•o•a.13pPOt.IaaIetoa..b..y.,..O...,.M.....I. CoaIf.p..belllrv.ue .ltuhleIllr, r1H0oprodarIe....a.Z._.... ti+le THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2015 THE ADAIR PROGRESS PAGE 7 ADAIR COUNTY'~~ In an effort to celebrate this community's history, The Adair Progress has partnered with the Adair County Public Library to reprint portions of Adair County newspapers of the past. For this installment, we are revisiting an issue of the Adair County News from January 6,1980. *INDIANS - Indians face Dragons in important game ('onllnue'd from palil~one that it IS the fiTst conference three games since then. the .....- game 01 the season:' :'-lixon latest bemaa77,76 victory over noted. "and it ...8..$ one of our Taylor County-e-the last team goats atthe (lrst or the season to neteat the Int1lans-last 10repeat as S K i\ C champs. Fri<1a}'night and ...·eneed to get of( to a good CampbeUs\'Ule (1:2'1I~9) 38. start '. Burress 7,Johnson II. SmIIh8, Shl\'eh' 6,Keeton 6. Th e Tr ibe handcd the Adair Count)· (5-15-20'19) 59 Dragons a &f-4li defeat in aayweU 5, Ellis 4, Ballou 13. Decernber , but. Green ('.o.unty Bridae....a.ter l~, Laslev 19. ha s ri'l(mlJ~'d 10 win IWO of Livesay -I • ... Hustling At r;ght on defense HEI-'I.H '1'10:';s, Indian Coach (;l)'nn --R..d--....I~on ponders DEFE ....St:. Indl.n forw.rd Rollin Clllr"'f'1I hu-th" I" d,'n, the ,jlualion dudnll the lirst half of the Adair the b.n to (·.mpbrlls\'lJIe'li (j'5" center , John KU"n'~' I'tlllnt~ ,('ampb ..II!i,·m" hallgam e Friday night. ~Ix.on had, during Ihe Tribe's 59--38\·Icto.r~ Frida)' nighl TIlt' L'ul1\hin~rl cause to "'orr~ Inthe nrsl half as histeam r..11bt'hlnd t'arh·, derense of thr IndianA hf'ld lh. tall ph'ulman I" "" "1\ pUIIII' but had littlebul jo~ Inthe second haIras 1114T!rlb~ :,xplod;d Inthe ('onlf'st. . ror iOn....~) 21'Pl)hll \·klor,'. Pho~o by noug <:ampbell. + *FISCAL COURT l'onllnut'd from pag" on.. TIDE wit.h Westlak!' Cumber lana "OI·IIH ... Hospital AOmmJstralor Jern ( (If! ..j/~t- ~._.DI_~T·IOU1T. Miller ana a number of Iht' JELLY 83 magistrates yeslerQa~' ]I) prl' PIZZA vate meetings 10an attempt 10 lOOE,39¢ ,~O'AHTIIZ.InDI,1 break the OeaaJock O,'CT thl' PfPPfRO,\'J appointment. an'il Brock salo that be....a.s hoping Ihat things /JEll. ',\£ CHE.J.:5F coulo be workeo OUI "1.1 the" \:-H'HGE don't. Igue!'.s v.'e·1Ihan' a If'\~ l DtAMONO 1.84 rireworks loaa:. ~'h..~. II.... SlICID, CRUSH£D, CHUNKS matte; come5 up at th<' '~ •• : CHOICI 58¢ meetmg." hf'nolt>O PINEAPPLE 20 ':'", A,RGO CUT OR FRENCH STYLE 16 oz. can GREEN BEANS ~: 3/1.00 You can MATCH Mil afford BBcon -mllkin' people SKfNLESS MELWOOD HALF 20c OFF education WIENERS BACON HAMLETS BOLOGNA 1· 19 1.59 2:49 1 69 As a servIce 10Itl!' ft'SIOt'I1-b oscthooAldair"''illCouhonlloy athenut:l1t-g:h 12 01. lU., I.b, ~ctt1D~ financial aia ""orksbnp flO II . ThursOIlY. January 8. 1981. at PARKAY GRAPE 7:00 p,rn C D l' If you arC' 58¢ interested in -::ontlnumg your SUF·HAM·TUfilKEY·CORNEO SEEF-CHICKEN MAItOA.,;t1 JILLT OR JAM secdhuocoaltionor aIffteyrouyoaureflOalshpar"eHngth THIN SLICED MEATS O2U'1,R0S1Pl.elPAleLg, r,,;-.~I-. 118 who wants 10see hiS chUa· 'gct i6/!I, 59" aheao" in Ihe world. then Ihl' message coula be cf \'Jtal ...£.;:_'. 16-01. JL_t, importance to )'ou PlnHY'Y Biscuits Allthe COSIofeaucation goes Gt1i3 up ea~h year, like just about 4/88C everythjng eise. many parents In and polen~lal students are .';ltermllil Dr '...'n." 1.,le wondering ho...·te pa}' the bllls IIAClIO-•CIIllK The Financial Aid Ufflcer5 al DllUU 0lIl1111 Lindley Wilson ·t:ellege ana rd Ituby Hoach. counselor at t:l Adalr (;()unly High School. wnH .. AHI aabcwuoUaiUalnLtewtaognaenyc,yoe.uainn1dt0oknMfpoerOwgdivTeea.treattelh.atifhiHnatnnahasnentrceaeIllaaeSl.l)b~ ._-------- ..--:.!~ "':-.:-::=-_ .._-_ - .I.0J.1'..·Ao;,a.H6O.3T.¢ OPwSN.Oi"lIAPSHCCOIKON.R.PNDAOUCI0LK0I4•c"1S•I••0•,•',- ....111..0.29'988 ,~:r.. 114 ald funds will assist more than MANWleH 11'~•• 1.45 3million students this ye.ar aU.SPICIAL PIIMA SALSAn ••, 1,29 U your child is a senior. vou . ,O.R~~~CK..R-5$ 8r~OMA '0 KnCHUP Jt •• , 98" must take steps rlgltl no_ 1.0 ••• ~. _ ~••••• ._ -0 _ TOMATO PASTI. ".,' ..,.39' apply for assistance from TOMATO SAVCI \•••. __...... S3' • • man)' different sources I:;vcn ...... sitenyioourr. cyhoiuldciasnnopllaanhiaghheaslclhofQolr . ,1" ~ <:oUegefinanCing. ." 1 78 1be works!lop will Induce •• 298 Information on what college .-'1 really costs. how 10 apply for • 25'E!i1 '111= aid, ana what t>'?eS 0.1 Aielare ',I• avaiJable. .,•..•u ',•• 1flo·. ACCOrding to MiI;hael Wlgg' FOLGE'RS ington at Linasey ,>,U5On INHALER. 108 GltOUNO CoUege, ....·lll.ancial Asslstancc •• J 1CO.F~FE~98~ DOW guarantees that ever)'one Denture C) anser and can attend the tellege 0./ . To.;>tl:1 ste l,nOne --..-.38 bia-her chOice regllTdim 01 lLbaei~r finraenacsioanl s(itouratiaonny.one11lerteo ~.I'li·I'-~-'4.0-1,"!" - .. . \' forfeit a coUeg~career due to U.COSti. With financial aia you 50EXJras'S.}'~ 50EltraS~r~ ceadDuc.aaftfioornd. AlOl.lcyoonuUnunee'edyouIrs 1WU" "ri:.:m.:~.:;""O.f ., 'NI!.....A~ p..,.,,- Of u••o.....",n deIire.'· I-.. DOIIIIIU ••all.. For~ore Inlftation onthe ~:I.li.M....n:..lO.iu~I..,E'...•..'1.".a,-t.''» .'.......uI..t1,I••••,I."&"... ".' •• fiDaDClaJ ald workshop, con· tact the'Office 01t1nanciaJ Aid at LIndsey Wilson. 384·2126 ~T.2S. . + PAGE 8 THE ADAIR PROGRESS THURSDAY, JANUARY 15,2015 Chamber 1libbon. Culling, lor 'Ihe ~iW£ The 68-student Bonner Scholars Program is the flagship of Lindsey Wilson 1i0U4e fabric, College'sservice-learningefforts, which recently earneda national honorfromthe President'sHigherEducationCommunityServiceHonorRoll. SIwp LWC Earns National Distinction From President's Grand Opening and Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll Ribbon Cutting held Saturday, January 10 was well attended and a Lindsey Wilson College's group of 68 students who know whattheywant to dowith successful day for Kathy service-learning efforts have commit to at least 10 hours of their lives, but many will wind Jones' new business, The earnednationalrecognition. community service a week upchangingtheir major because Little House Fabric Shop LWC has been named to the during the schoolyear. Sinceits of the service they provide. It's President's Higher Education inception on campus in 2005, really life-changing for many located at 1801 Jamestown Front row, left to right • Brenda Mann, Chamber Community ServiceHonor Roll. Thompson-Wells said the studentsaswell." Street (Hwy 55 South). President,Violet Graves,Irene Harmon,Kathy Jones, The award is given by the Bonner Scholars Program has For more information about This new business offers Business Owner, & Holly Grimsley, Chamber Corporation for National and helped LWC deploy service- LWC Bonners Scholars Treasurer; Back row, left to right • Bonnie Scherer, fabrics, quilting supplies Community Service, a federal learningmorestrategically. Program: www.lindsey.edu/ Billie Jo Stinson, Leann Martin, Billy Martin, Barry and sewing accessories. agency that encourages "We've gone from random bonner Jones,LynneStinson,andLeslieKing. community service at U.S. acts of kindness to strategic collegesanduniversities. change and social justice," she In the area of general said. "We're a sustainable community service, Lindsey partner, and community groups Wilson was named to the honor can count on us every year to roll with distinction, the only provide quality volunteers to Kentucky college or university help with the capacity-building toreceivethatdesignation.LWC withintheirorganization." was one of two Kentucky One of those programs is schools to receive a distinction Camp Casey, an after-school designation in the honor roll's program inAdair County public fourcategories. schools and sponsored by the Launched in 2006, the 21stCenturyProgram.Thedaily President's Higher Education two-hour program targets Community Service Honor Roll preschool through second-grade annually highlights the role students, nearly 70 percent of colleges and universities play in whom qualify for a free or solving community problems. reducedlunch. Institutions are recognized for A total of 219 LWC students achievements in general worked with 438 Adair County community service, interfaith students in 2013-14. The LWC community service, economic volunteers saved Adair County opportunityandeducation. more than $47,000 annually, LWCwas recognized in large Thompson-Wellssaid. part because of the work of its "Not only does this program SUBSCRIBE TO Bonner Scholars Program, helpthe schoolchildrenincrease which has dozens of service- their reading and math scores, learning initiatives throughout but the mentoring and tutoring Southcentral Kentucky. The they receive from Lindsey AoAIRPROG college's Malvina Farkle Day -- Wilson volunteers helps instill an annual day of college-wide confidence and a higher self- community service by LWC esteem in them and helps them faculty,staffand students--also believe anything is possible," earnedrecognition. shesaid. And During the 2013-14 school In fact, LWC students' Receive The News year, LWC students,faculty and involvement with Camp Casey staff combined to give more even attracted the attention of than 32,000hoursofcommunity the Kentucky Department of service, according to LWC Education. Director of Civic Engagement "Last year, employees at All AmyThompson-Wells. Kentucky Department of Year Long! "We are the first phone call Education called me to verify that people make in the the number of volunteers I had community when they want reported because they thought volunteersattheir organization," the number was exceptional," Thompson-Wells said. "Many Thompson-Wellssaid. organizationscould not function In addition to changing the without the help they receive region, Thompson-Wells said from Lindsey Wilson students, service-learning also changes and we are thankful for the LWCstudents'lives. opportunity to help make a "We give students real-world differenceinourregion." experience by allowing them to For Those For those The flagship of LWC's serve in the community," she service-learning efforts is the said. "Many of our students Living living Bonner Scholars Program, a come into college thinking they in Adair & elsewhere in Surrounding Kentucky Counties & out-oj-state Fill out the form below and mail along with proper payment to: TheAdair Progress, Inc., 98 Grant Lane, Columbia,KY 42728 1------------------------------------------------1 $11.00 forthose living inAdair and surrounding counties Richard Balkin of the University of Louisville discusses research opportunities and possibilities for Lindsey Wilson College faculty Wednesday afternoon in the college's Dr. $24.00 Robert and CarolGoodin Nursing &Counseling Center. for those living elsewhere in Kentucky and out-of-state LWC Faculty Focuses On Enclosed is$ for Name Research Before Start __ yr.subscription to: Address Of Spring Semester Adair Progress LindseyWilsonCollegefacultyheardWednesdayafternoonfrom Apt. No. City oneofthenation's leadingresearchersincounseling. NewSubscription Richard Balkin oftheUniversity ofLouisville discussedresearch opportunities and possibilities for the LWC faculty, who have Renewal State Zip Code increasedtheirfocusonresearchoverthelastyear. Balkin is editor of the prestigious Journal of Counseling and Development, the flagship journal for the American Counseling Phone Number Association. He is past editor of Counseling and Values, and Measurement andEvaluation in Counseling and Development. BalkinisrecipientoftheAmericanCounselingAssociation's Best Practices Research Award and the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision's Counseling Vision and Innovation Award.His research includes counseling outcomes and counseling adolescents,andculturaldifferencesincounseling. THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2015 THE ADAIR PROGRESS PAGE 9 COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE University of Kentucky – College of Agriculture Extension News Agriculture and Natural Resources Nick Roy Adair County Extension Office •Hal Roach CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE PAGE 10 THE ADAIR PROGRESS THURSDAY, JANUARY 15,2015 A C H S L--------.....I ADAIR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING CANDIDATES Representing FCA is Brittany McFarland, the lSvyear-old Representing Softball isNealia Baker, the 17-year-olddaughter Representing Cheerleading is Taylor Michelle Ryan Burton, granddaughter of Rebecca and Rudy Rogers. She will be escorted ofMark and Carla Baker.She willbe escorted byLogan Coomer, the I8-year-old daughter Janet Huckaby and Micheal Burton. She byBrandon Roberts, the lo-vear-old son ofRoxanne and Jimmy the I8-year-old sonofDougand DeniseCoomer. will be escorted by Miller Wade Young, the Io-year-old son of Roberts. Tobyand Ann Young. Representing Beta & Nationals Honors Society is Laura Kay Representing Student Ambassadors is Brooklyn Robertson, the Representing PepClub isAshley Bragg,the I7-year-old daughter Akin, the I8-year- daughter ofTerryand Luana Akin. She willbe 17-year-old daughter of Bryan Robertson and Brandi Miller. She of Tony and Melissa Bragg. She will be escorted by Blake escorted by Aaran Maurice Taylor, the Io-year-old son of will be escorted by Riley Grant, the I7-year-old son of Dr. Maupin, the I7-year-old sonofGaryand BridgetMaupin. Amanda Taylor. Anthony and Keena Grant. _ ... ........ I I Good Luck To ~dair County'S Good Luck Homecoming all the to Candidates! 2015 GoIndians &Lady Indians! 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