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Three arrested for theft and multiple felony charges after execution of search warrant in Sano community. On Jan. 10, 2023 at 05:47 a.m. CDT, Adair County 911 received a call from Kentucky State …

The Center for Rural Development is accepting applications for its 2023 Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute (ELI), a one-week summer leadership program for high school students in Southern and …

The Columbia Police Department was dispatched to Adair Regional Jail Saturday afternoon, January 7, for an altercation between an inmate and jail staff. Upon arrival, Officers spoke with Deputy …

Trinity United Methodist Church, 2418 Campbellsville Rd., will be having a food pantry for the elderly (65 and older) and the disabled (receiving a disability check) of Adair County on Saturday, Jan. …

2022 Activity Report 8,029 complaints/calls of service 342 accidents investigated 519 warrants of arrest served 480 citations 152 cases opened 142 motorist assist …

Adair County Sheriff’s Office locates Casey County escaped inmate. Chasity Burton, the second of two females who escaped Casey County Detention Center on Dec. 1, 2022 has been arrested. The …

The City of Columbia will be placing veteran flags around the square; and, just off the square beginning again this Memorial Day. The project honors local veterans from World War I, World War …

Gov. Andy Beshear will deliver his 2023 State of the Commonwealth Address before a joint session of the Kentucky House and Senate. The address will be given Wednesday, Jan. 4, at 7/6 pm on KET and at …

Columbia City Police Year end activity report for 2022 Calls for service 7276 Citations 860 Motorist assists 129 Escorts 129 Accidents investigated 304 Injury …

Mark Your Calendar for these Agriculture Extension Programs in January Private Applicator Trainings Need certification or recertification to purchase and apply restricted-use pesticides?  …

The Columbia Police Department arrested an Indiana man for trafficking Thursday afternoon, Dec. 29, after initially being called to TJ Health Columbia for a possible drug overdose. After …

The City of Columbia Sanitation Department will be making changes to their normal pickup on Friday. Due to the inclement weather scheduled for Thursday evening and Friday morning, the Sanitation …

Southern Nest Realty broker and owner Tammy Stotts was honored recently as realtor of the year at the South Central Kentucky Association of REALTORS award ceremony and officer installation meeting. …

Margaret Sims, KRTA Health and Insurance chair, spoke to the Adair County Retired Teachers last week at the Columbia Baptist Church fellowship hall. She provided information in regards to health and …

Recycle your natural Christmas trees to provide fish habitat Annual program uses evergreens to make aquatic cover FRANKFORT - Help improve Kentucky’s fisheries by donating your natural …

Saturday, Dec. 31 is the last day to change political party affiliation and be eligible to vote in that political party’s upcoming May primary in 2023. How to change party affiliation: …

Medical cannabis bill expected in 2023 session By Melissa Patrick and Al Cross Kentucky Health News State Sen. Stephen West said Dec. 13 that he will resume sponsoring medical marijuana legislation …

The Columbia City Police Department was able to make a donation to J.O.Y. Ministries and provide Christmas gifts for several families as part of their Cops for Kids and Cram the Cruiser programs. …

This story originally appeared in the Oct. 13 issue of the Community Voice. For your own subscription, call 270-384-9454 The 2022 version of Downtown Days is now part of history, and it may have been …

This story originally appeared in the Sept. 15 issue of the Community Voice. For your own subscription, call 270-384-9454. Edwin “Ebb” Arnold had a flashback to his time in the war last Saturday …

This story originally appeared in the Sept. 15 issue of the Community Voice. For your own subscription, call 270-384-9454. A social media post by a local business owner warning others of a dishonest …

Story originally appeared in Sept. 8 issue of the Community Voice. For your subscription, call 270-384-94545 The Columbia Police Department followed several leads that resulted in the discovery of …

This story originally appeared in the Sept. 8 issue of the Community Voice. For your subscription, call 270-384-9454. Shelby Hatcher was enjoying herself one day with some friends on her father Bryan …

This story originally appeared in the Sept. 8 issue of the Community Voice. For your own subscription, call 270-384-9454. Shelby Hatcher was enjoying herself one day with some friends on her father …

This story originally appeared in the Sept. 1 issue of the Community Voice. For your subscription, please call 270-384-9454. Brady Hayes, Conor Smith, Evan Quinn and Josh Burton didn’t really know …

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