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  1. Food/Link: NPR story/pics on Vermont's great foodRead the original story

    Friday | Columbia Magazine

    Food/Link: NPR story/pics on Vermont's great food Inspired by the excitement and the optimism created by the success of the Farmers Market on the Square , Mary Keltner of Gradyville, KY, sends an article, with fabulous photos, from National Public Radio on how they do it right in Vermont. Here's the link: Vermont Bests The Nation In Local Chow Which raises the question: How can Kentucky have this standard of good food: 1) By importing more of the Vermonters to Kentucky.

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  2. Big Week of Events culminates with Gradyville dedicationsRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Columbia Magazine

    Big Week of Events culminates with Gradyville dedications This week: Ribbon cuttings at Damon's CTA, at Tumble Towne USA, at Farm Bureau North, and wonderful get-together in Gradyville, KY to commemorate The Gradyville Flood and the note the birthplace of Coach Ed Diddle.

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  3. Flan famine firestorm spreads to Gradyville, KYRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Columbia Magazine

    While I am sure that the beautiful dessert pictured tastes wonderful, I still vote for flan on the menu. Just putting my two cents in on the dessert controversy... - Mary Keltner Ms.

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  4. Merl Drue Wiggins, Sr., 92, Gradyville, KYRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 31 | Columbia Magazine

    He was the patriarch of a distinguished Adair County family. Mr. Wiggins was a member of Columbia Christian Church, a U.S. Army Air Corps veteran, serving in World War II, a member of the American Legion and was retired from the oil industry.

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  5. D & F Grocery, Gradyville, KY closed todayRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 31 | Columbia Magazine

    D & F Grocery, Gradyville, KY closed today D&F Grocery, 4731 Edmonton Road, Gradyville, Ky will not be open at all today.Will try to be there Monday at normal hours. Please to all be safe a few minutes going somewhere will not be worth your life.It is extremely bad out.So let the ones that have no other choice but to be out there do the job with out worrying about all of us in the way.Enjoy time with the family at home.

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  6. Link: Delightful NYT Times story on Kentucky bourbon countryRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 30 | Columbia Magazine

    Link: Delightful NYT Times story on Kentucky bourbon country Exploring Kentucky Bourbon at Its Source by James Conaway, with a number of photos from Kentucky and hints on bourbons, restaurants, Kentucky foods - some very familiar, some not so well known to the natives. Thanks for the link to Mary Keltner, late of Gradyville, KY before becoming a Marylander.

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  7. Merl Drue Wiggins, Sr., 92, Gradyville, KYRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 27 | Columbia Magazine

    He was the patriarch of a distinguished Adair County family. Mr. Wiggins was a member of Columbia Christian Church, a U.S. Army Air Corps veteran, serving in World War II, a member of the American Legion and was retired from the oil industry.

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  8. D & F Grocery, Gradyville, KY closed todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Columbia Magazine

    D & F Grocery, Gradyville, KY closed today D&F Grocery, 4731 Edmonton Road, Gradyville, Ky will not be open at all today.Will try to be there Monday at normal hours. Please to all be safe a few minutes going somewhere will not be worth your life.It is extremely bad out.So let the ones that have no other choice but to be out there do the job with out worrying about all of us in the way.Enjoy time with the family at home.

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  9. Link: Delightful NYT Times story on Kentucky bourbon countryRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Columbia Magazine

    Link: Delightful NYT Times story on Kentucky bourbon country Exploring Kentucky Bourbon at Its Source by James Conaway, with a number of photos from Kentucky and hints on bourbons, restaurants, Kentucky foods - some very familiar, some not so well known to the natives. Thanks for the link to Mary Keltner, late of Gradyville, KY before becoming a Marylander.

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  10. Flan famine firestorm spreads to Gradyville, KYRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Columbia Magazine

    While I am sure that the beautiful dessert pictured tastes wonderful, I still vote for flan on the menu. Just putting my two cents in on the dessert controversy... - Mary Keltner Ms.

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  11. Food/Link: NPR story/pics on Vermont's great foodRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 24 | Columbia Magazine

    Food/Link: NPR story/pics on Vermont's great food Inspired by the excitement and the optimism created by the success of the Farmers Market on the Square , Mary Keltner of Gradyville, KY, sends an article, with fabulous photos, from National Public Radio on how they do it right in Vermont. Here's the link: Vermont Bests The Nation In Local Chow Which raises the question: How can Kentucky have this standard of good food: 1) By importing more of the Vermonters to Kentucky.

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  12. Epicurean Kentuckian: School lunches can be school lessonsRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 24 | Columbia Magazine

    Epicurean Kentuckian: School lunches can be school lessons Mary Keltner, Gradyville, KY, sends a link to her daughter Natasha Rosenstock's website, Healthy Family/Healthy You which links to a Washington Post article featuring healthy, cooked on site meals for school kids in Japan, where the principle is that school lunches are a part of education - a teaching opportunity. Printable: this page is now automatically formatted for printing.

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  13. Cyrus / Time travel poll wrap-up: There were many surprisesRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 23 | Columbia Magazine

    Cyrus / Time travel poll wrap-up: There were many surprises Gentle readers, If you haven't taken a yet look at the time travel poll, do so--and be quick about it. Editor Ed Waggener says the past is past and that it's time to look ahead, not back.

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  14. Epicurean Kentuckian: School lunches can be school lessonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Columbia Magazine

    Epicurean Kentuckian: School lunches can be school lessons Mary Keltner, Gradyville, KY, sends a link to her daughter Natasha Rosenstock's website, Healthy Family/Healthy You which links to a Washington Post article featuring healthy, cooked on site meals for school kids in Japan, where the principle is that school lunches are a part of education - a teaching opportunity. Printable: this page is now automatically formatted for printing.

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  15. CYRUS: Gradyville, Adair CO, KY Post Office activity, 1972Read the original story

    Tuesday Jan 19 | Columbia Magazine

    CYRUS: Gradyville, Adair CO, KY Post Office activity, 1972 Cyrus has discovered another gem from the distant past--44 years ago--at that storied town on the Banks of Big Creek. When Daisy Keltner was postmistress at Gradyville, the post office was a lively community center.

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  16. Merl Drue Wiggins, Sr., 92, Gradyville, KYRead the original story

    Dec 28, 2015 | Columbia Magazine

    He was the patriarch of a distinguished Adair County family. Mr. Wiggins was a member of Columbia Christian Church, a U.S. Army Air Corps veteran, serving in World War II, a member of the American Legion and was retired from the oil industry.

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  17. JIM: Odd bits of news, December 1905Read the original story

    Dec 14, 2015 | Columbia Magazine

    JIM: Odd bits of news, December 1905 The hottest conversational topic was "fer and agin" notion of new-fangled furnaces in churches, even at early adopter Columbia Christian Church, then - maybe even yet - in the vanguard of the times. That was front page news 100 years ago in Columbia.

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  18. JIM: Life in the Shire, late November and early December, 1915Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 6, 2015 | Columbia Magazine

    JIM: Life in the Shire, late November and early December, 1915 By JIM Several community newsletters graced the pages of the December 8, 1915 Adair County News, recording for posterity the comings and goings, birthings and buryings, socials and sicknesses, and sundry other aspects of the tides of life in the shire a century ago. The Neatsburg correspondent reported that Miss Sarah Grant was freshly returned home after visiting relatives at Eunice.

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  19. JIM: Assorted news and Christmas shopping guide for Columbia, 1947Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2015 | Columbia Magazine

    JIM: Assorted news and Christmas shopping guide for Columbia, 1947 By JIM In the December 3, 1947 edition of the Adair County News, the above-the-fold front page headlines included such non-controversial entries as "Crowd Will Go to Inauguration" and "Christmas Seal Sale Starts Dec. 5," and these two, reflecting Adair County's agricultural heritage: "Adair Boy Champ Tobacco Grower" ; and "Burley Brings Record Price," the latter claiming stake to the coveted upper right corner of the page. Other lesser headlines proclaimed that Rev.

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  20. L V Janes, 90, Gradyville, KyRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2015 | Columbia Magazine

    She was a joyous and devout Christian, and a member of a great western Adair County family. Mrs. Janes was a member of the Milltown United Methodist Church.

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