Adopt a friend

By Amber Hobaugh Staff Writer WAIN 93.5 hosted an event lovingly named “Adopt a dog day” last week.      Sugarfoot Farms along with Green River Animal Shelter brought in dogs to be adopted and several other booths were set up offering an array of services for anyone adding a new pet to their family.      Adair County…

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Tribe falls at Taylor; Casey game to be moved

By Drew Bergman Editor The ACHS Indians rolled into Taylor County Friday night looking for a game. Then they did the same thing Saturday afternoon. It wasn’t COVID-19 that delayed the matchup, it was persistent cloud-to-cloud lightning which, having already delayed the contest an hour, soon gave way to a torrent of rain.      Despite the…

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Three Lady Indians recognized at district championship

                          Photos by Gerard Flanagan, The Lebanon Enterprise This past Wednesday night three Lady Indians were recognized at the District 20 volleyball championship. Junior Kiara Collins was named to the District 20 All-Academic Team, sophomore Gracelynn Akin was named to the District 20…

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Faith and family see Selby through cancer

By Drew Bergman Editor It’s been nearly seven years since Debbie Selby was first diagnosed with breast cancer and barely three months since her latest battle. “I attribute it all to God helping me and having my friends there in support,” she said. “God’s the one that has to see you through it and the…

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Adair gathers to honor Sue Stivers

By Drew Bergman  Editor Members of the Columbia-Adair County Tourism Commission gathered alongside family and friends to honor Sue Stivers for her years of service to the commission and to the Adair County community. Sue had been the leader of the tourism commission since its inception, helping to spread the name and imprint of the…

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Lady Indians open 2020 with a win at Caverna

By Drew Bergman Contributor Contact sports returned to Adair County this week as the volleyball team kicked off their season with a two-set win over Caverna 25-10, 25-9. The Lady Indians started out hot with Rachel Long notching three of her team-leading eight aces on her first serve. The Lady Indians built up a 6-0…

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Seniors look to power Tribe

By Drew Bergman Contributor Tomorrow night the Adair County High School Indians will travel up the road to Edmonton to face the Metcalfe County Hornets and complete a journey the team has been working toward since last November. Following the team’s district playoff loss at Glasgow, head coach Van Isaac said that he wished the…

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Court agrees to extend Demsey Lane; sets county tax rates

By Amber Hobaugh Staff Writer Adair County Fiscal Court met in regular session Tuesday setting the county’s tax rates for the year. The Fiscal Court agreed to keep these rates the same as the previous year. Real property is set at 14.5%, personal property at 18.15%, watercraft and motor vehicles at 11.2% per $100. The…

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City debates school resource officers; property tax cuts

The Columbia City Council meeting was held on Tuesday instead of Monday due to the Labor Day holiday this month. The meeting became somewhat contentious during a discussion of the contracts for school resource officers (SRO) for the Adair County Schools. A question was raised by council member Craig Dean concerning the number of officers…

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