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TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome ............................6

Greetings from the Community Voice, Mayor Pam Hoots and Judge Executive Gale Cowan.

Recreation/Tourism ..........9

Green River Lake, Holmes Bend, Hiking and Kayaking, National Crappie Contest, Sportsmen’s Club, Parks and Wellness Center.


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Festivals/Events ..............16

Downtown Days, Homeplace on Green River, Revisit Knifley, Christmas in Columbia.

Commerce ........................20

Business and people that help Adair County grow. Where to dine and where to stay.

Government ....................32 Community ......................40 Agriculture ......................44 Education..........................49 Health Care ......................54 Church Directory ............60 Advertising Directory......63 THANK YOU TO READERS FOR SUBMITTED PHOTOS Front cover: Ice cream at Holmes Bend by Lara Hutchison and camping by Sarah Streeval

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Discover what Adair County has to offer! This guide to Adair County highlights the attractions, history, business sector, and many other interests to people who live here and people who drop by for a visit. As you Discover Adair County, we hope you find things about your hometown you didn’t know, and we hope you are reminded of the things that you love. For our visitors, we hope this publication will give you a glimpse of why we choose to call Adair County a great place to call home. Discover Adair County is published by Farmland Publications, Inc., publisher of the Adair County Community Voice. Sharon Burton Publisher and Editor

Mindy Yarberry General Manager

Anna Buckman Assistant Editor

Beth Holmes Sales and Marketing

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Welcome from County Judge Executive Gale Cowan Welcome to Adair County! We are home to almost 20,000 residents and happy to have you if you are just passing through or if you are considering locating here. We are home to Green River Lake and Holmes Bend Marina and only a short distance to Lake Cumberland and Dale Hollow State Parks. Located in South Central Kentucky, the Louie B. Nunn Parkway runs through Adair County and we are situated directly between I-65 and I-75. We are also in the process of completing the Heartland Parkway, which will connect us to the Bluegrass Parkway. We are within two hours of Louisville, Lexington, and the capital of our Commonwealth, Frankfort, Kentucky. Our proximity puts us in a prime location for economic growth and development. At the same time, we have the principles and work ethic of the small rural community we are. We have seen tremendous growth over the last few years. Not only is our hospital growing by leaps and bounds after being purchased by T.J. Regional Health, but we have also seen the First Choice Immediate Care open its doors and become a major asset to our community. Our school campus is one of the most beautiful in the state. Our high school offers state of the art nursing and welding programs so our students are career ready when they graduate. If you are passing through, we hope you enjoy your stay here. If you are looking for a place to relocate, we would be glad to have you here in our beautiful county. I think you will find the residents of Adair County friendly and welcoming.

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Welcome from Mayor Pam Hoots Welcome to Columbia, our hometown. We are proud of our historical significance, our downtown shopping district, and the wonderful people that make up our community. Columbia is located in south central Kentucky and has access from two exit ramps of the Louie B. Nunn Parkway, named after the former Kentucky governor who was from nearby Barren County. As a rural community, we are extremely excited about the opportunities being given by the technical services at the local Adair County High School. Their welding and farming programs are second to none. Lindsey Wilson College is located just off of the public square. The college is known for their premier sports programs and commitment to the students in our community that want to further their education. We as a community are working to improve our parks systems for children and families. We realize that recreational opportunities are important for the

future health of our residents, as well as important for the recruitment of economic development. We have several events through the year, and last year we held an event called, “Truck It Up,” a food truck festival that brought people from throughout the area into our town to raise funds for our city park equipment. We are 218 years old. It is hard to believe. But, our assets as a community continue to be the same. We have a beautiful downtown area filled with history, our friends and neighbors are friendly and glad to lend a hand, and most of all, we have pride in our community and our downtown. The country music band, Montgomery Gentry, is from Boyle County, less than an hour away, and they are known for their song, “My Town.” As the lyrics say, “where I was born, where I was raised, where I keep all my yesterdays.” Today, I invite you to visit my hometown, walk around the square, visit the shops (shop local), and just “sit a spell.” You’ll be glad you did. If you like, come by my office and we can talk and visit. s/Mayor Pam Hoots

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Welcome to Green River Lake

Stretching across 8,200 acres is one of Adair County’s most popular spots -- Green River Lake. This body of water was formed when the Army Corps of Engineers constructed a dam in 1964 and is home to bass, bluegill, catfish and crappie. Along the 1,331 acres of land surrounding the lake is the Green River Lake State Park, which opened in 1969. Boat ramps surround the lake and within the state park is Holmes Bend Marina, which offers more attractions such as a beach, campground, 18-hole miniature golf course, a picnic area and a playground. Rental cabins are available for overnight accommodations and a lodge provides rentals for its suites and meeting rooms. The marina also hosts a restaurant, gift shop with lake essentials, a boat ramp and boat rentals. Sports and outdoor activities like basketball, volleyball and hiking can take place there, too. You can pretty much do it all at Green River Lake State Park.

Boat Ramps Leading to Green River Lake

(The following directions begin at KY 55 north of Columbia then right on KY 551.)

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Butler Creek Ramp: KY 55 north of Columbia; right on KY 682; left on Bridge Water Road; left at sign

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One of the best ways to experience nature around Adair County is to hike. There are 23 different trails available at Green River Lake State Park that locals travel often. “I love how it’s so peaceful because the trails are not overly crowded, but very worn down so it’s a clean hike,” said Brea Compton, an avid hiker from Adair County. “With the trails not being overly crowded it helps preserve the animals’ natural environment and they continue to Photo submitted by Brea Compton thrive.” Compton and her husband, Wes, enjoy taking their dog, Chaco, on hikes at least once a month. Compton’s favorite trail is the Hill and Valley Trail because it is four miles long and goes down to the lake. Hannah West positions the throw from pitcher Hallie Trail lengths vary fromCatcher a half to 5four-and-a-half Burton duringmile the District Little League Tournament. miles that allow the most inexperienced or seasoned hiker something interesting. Kayaking is also a popular pastime locally. The waters of Adair County almost always have kayaks on them on a warm day. Many people find it as a relaxing and peaceful way to spend time outdoors with friends and family. New Construction & Remodeling Russell Creek flows into Green River Lake and both locations are perfect for kayaking.


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National Crappie Fishing Contest Around 400 fishermen and women are going to make a trip to Adair County in October this year in hopes of reeling in some crappie and cash in the 2020 Crappie USA Classic. The tournament, on Oct. 22-24 at Green River Lake, awards over $125,000 to winners and is the largest cash payout ever on the lake. The expected competitors are from around 25 different states and some come even a year in advance to begin practicing for the event. Pre-fishing for the event begins the Saturday before. Competitors must qualify to fish and will have an entry fee based on whether they are in the professional or amateur division. Weigh-in for the competition will be at Holmes Bend Marina, where spectators and television crews will be watching. In addition to the monetary awards, two brand new Ranger fishing boats are given away. All this combined, the 2020 Crappie USA Baker’s Grocery & Bait Shop Classic could create an economic impact of more 6104 Elkhorn Rd., Knifley than $1 million in Adair County.

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Adair County Sportsmen’s Club Adair County outdoorsmen and women can get plenty of practice and fellowship thanks to the Sportsmen’s Club. This club has served Adair and surrounding counties for over 70 years. The club got a new home this year with a 64-acre parcel located around six miles from town on Hwy. 704. “It’s looking more like a park every day,” said Barry Jones, club president. The property is heavily wooded and provides convenient wind blockage between the ranges. Once finished, the land will host 300, 100, 50 and 25-yard ranges, trap and short ranges and a clubhouse. In addition to member activities, other local programs such as the Well Armed Women club and Adair County 4-H trap shooting use the property.

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PARKS The Jim Blair Center is owned by the Adair County Fiscal Court and serves the community in a multitude of ways. Located at 901 Hudson St., an outdoor walking track is a common place that locals visit for exercise and to take in nature. A children’s playground is one of the largest in the county, a softball field can host community softball leagues, and the picnic shelter overlooks it all. Indoors, half of the facility is home to the Adair County Senior Center and the other half received new hardwood last year and is used for basketball practice and rented for events such as birthday parties. The Joe Johnson Little League Park has served the young athletes of Adair County for decades and underwent recent improvements from its owner, the City of Columbia. Located at 167 Doc Walker Rd., the park provides four fields, press boxes, restrooms and a concession stand to Adair County Little League athletes aged 3 to 12 and their families. Baseball and softball grace this park from April to June. Foot-

ball takes place elsewhere around August through November and basketball is held at the schools campus from November to February. The Columbia City Park has been under constant updates in the last year to become one of the most accommodating parks in town. The park’s playground now holds handicap accessible equipment after the community came together to fundraise for the project. Its basketball court, picnic area and restrooms have undergone new paint and maintenance. A nearby pavilion serves as a great place for barbecues and family reunions. A children’s splash pad is proposed as part of several improvements planned at the park, which is located on Fairground Street. The Roadside Park is yet another popular place for gatherings or just a relaxing day. Surrounded by tall trees, this park offers a playground and a picnic pavilion that a group of any size can enjoy. Owned by the City of Columbia, it is located 2.4 miles from Columbia on Hwy. 55 South.


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Bob and Doris Holloway Health and Wellness Center For those who love staying active, the Holloway Health and Wellness Center might be one of their favorite spots in town. The 73,232 sq. foot facility is on the Lindsey Wilson College campus at 653 Young St. and provides activities for both students and members from the community. It mainly serves as a fitness gym that includes a weight room, a cardio deck, an indoor walking track, an aerobic and dance studio, a racquetball court, three basketball and volleyball courts, an indoor, eightlane swimming pool and recreation pool and a 40-person hot tub. Group fitness classes are popular at the facility and HWC offers several different programs for children, including swimming lessons and outdoor and indoor summer camps. Several membership options are available and the facility also accepts AARP Be Well supplement and the free insurance program “Silver Sneakers.” The facility follows the LWC schedule for breaks. Academic year hours for the facility are 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday. Summer and break hours are 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

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Downtown Days Downtown Columbia is filled with the sounds and smells of festival fun on the second Saturday of October, an annual event known as Downtown Days. The day is filled with all types of vendors, crafts, games, live entertainment and a booming food court. The festival is planned by the Renaissance Columbia committee and includes fun for all ages. Attendees can visit throughout downtown and find local, homemade crafts, shop in local stores and listen to local residents perform on the stage of the “Rusty Nail.” The historic courthouse is surrounded by “Squarecrows” crafted by local businesses, clubs and organizations that are the spirit of fall festivities. As dusk falls, the festival comes to a close each year when a national recording artist hits the stage. In years past, Diamond Rio, Sammy Kershaw and many others have performed. The 2020 Downtown Days festival has been canceled due to COVID-19.



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Fun Times on the Farm Homeplace on Green River brings together agriculture and community year round. While the working farm is visited throughout the year, two major events help earn Homeplace the designation of being Kentucky’s largest outdoor classroom. In the spring, Plow Days brings the community together to watch more than 25 horse and mule plow teams turn the soil and prepare for the growing season. Over 70 exhibitors and vendors attended the event in 2019. The Fall Heritage Festival takes place in September on the farm. The event features vendors, petting zoos, children’s rides, demonstrations, reenactments and live music entertainment. Due to COVID-19, the 2020 Fall Heritage Festival has been canceled. For more information, visit or check out their Facebook page.

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Revisit Knifley Knifley, a small community in northern Adair County, reunites each year on the second Saturday of September. Revisit Knifley is an event for locals or anyone who would like to learn more about the area. History is shared, festivities are enjoyed and friends are made. Car shows, wagon rides, children activities and vendor booths are usually always part of the day. One of the favorite activities is to view and reminisce at the historical displays in the former Knifley school building. A firework display ends the homecoming with bright colors shining down on the small community home to many in Adair County. Due to COVID-19, this year’s event has been canceled.

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Christmas in Columbia Santa can be spotted in downtown Columbia on the first Saturday in December thanks to Christmas in Columbia. The Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce has hosted this event for over 25 years. Local businesses and crafters have merchandise in local shops and public buildings around Columbia for those interested in Christmas shopping locally. One of the hot spots that day each year is a children’s carnival at Lindsey Wilson College, where more vendors, live entertainment, bounce houses and children’s crafts are around. The night ends with the notable themed parade to spread the Christmas cheer. 307 Greensburg St. • Columbia

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New Fairgrounds The Adair County Fair has a new home in the 10.23 acres of land that was recently donated by a local bank. The Bank of Columbia donated the land, located southeast of Industrial Park Road, in early October 2019 to bring the tradition of the full county fair back to the community. The former fairgrounds were sold to Lindsey Wilson College in 2016 and since then, only pageants, livestock shows and floral hall contests have been held for the Adair County fair. The return of the fair will be great for the local economy and for the entertainment of the community. Property development was halted due to COVID19, but the Adair County Fair Association eventually plans to bring in a full carnival, racetracks, pageants and more to the new fairgrounds.

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Businesses thrive as residents ‘Shop Local’ Adair County takes pride in its small businesses and “shop local” culture. While they’ve always been around, small businesses have really begun to pop up both out in the county and within the city. In particular, Columbia’s public square is full of small, specialty shops – everything from jewelry to clothing to music equipment can be bought there. “To the Nines” is a local event held on the first Friday of most months in Columbia where participating businesses on and off the square stay open until 9 p.m. to allow area shoppers more time to browse the stores and visit with one another. Around 20 businesses participate in the event, which is sponsored by the Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce. Mayor Pamela Hoots describes it as a social activity for Adair County. Many small businesses have renovated their stores and have added curb appeal to the area by doing so.

Shopping at local businesses and supporting the families who operate those businesses is an idea that local residents embrace. In return, local business owners are receptive to the needs of their customers and make sure they provide the products that are in demand, whether those products are children’s clothing, home decor, locally grown and processed food products, nutrition and health products, home building products and more.

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Gypsy JoLee “It’s been as easy as owning a small business could be,” said Jessica Hatcher about her small business venture in Adair County. “Without the support of the community, this wouldn’t be possible. We’ve been incredibly blessed.” Hatcher is the owner of Gypsy JoLee, where she makes handmade jewelry and puts her own twist on shirts, bags, signs and home décor. She began Gypsy JoLee in 2014 by selling manufactured jewelry and then began making some herself a couple of months later. By 2016, she was marketing all handmade products and to her own surprise, in 2017 she was able to make it her full-time job because of the success she had wholesaling to stores locally. Her business grew and Hatcher marketed wholesale to around 450 stores in well over 30 states, specifically to states in the Midwest and South. Wholesaling has kept her the busiest, but she also sells from her social media Gypsy JoLee pages. Despite all this, Hatcher remains humble, considering herself a “micro-business” and doing all her magic from the basement of her house. She gets help from a few family members and friends. Unfortunately the COVID-19 pandemic has limited who can help her, but she’s managing just fine. Hatcher’s merchandise looks unlike anything else around. “I really try to think outside the box and I want to do what I’ve not seen done yet,” said Hatcher. “For the most part, I try to think of something that I want or would wear.” She always remembers why she is successful and gives credit where it’s due in her product. “Wherever I can on our tags and bags, I try to have ‘Jesus loves y’all’ on the back just to spread the love,” said Hatcher. “I feel like this is very God-led. I feel like whenever we started doing this • Discover Adair 2020

from the beginning, it’s something God told me to do.” Gypsy JoLee has more in store – literally. Hatcher is transitioning to sell retail only and a storefront next to her house will open soon. She believes she may pick wholesaling back up eventually but for now wants to concentrate on expanding her retail market. As always, ideas for new merchandise are still flowing. “I would like to get to the point where we could do some wild furniture, like cowhide chairs and fringe.”


The Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce participates in ribbon cuttings for new businesses joining their organization. Pictured here is the ribbon cutting at Unity Chiropractic’s Open House on Sept. 24, 2019.


New Retail Adair County has witnessed extraordinary business growth for several years now, and the trend continues. Happy Cow Café now serves breakfast and lunch in the Pinewood Shopping Center. Freshmade sandwiches, soups, coffee and sweets are some of the delicious items found on their menu. JSP Outdoors is a fishing guide service, as well as lure developers and designers with a shop full of fishing equipment on Campbellsville Road. Unity Chiropractic serves all in the community – both humans and animals. They specialize in human, canine and equine chiropractic needs and will make home visits for animals in need. H & H Lumber is a concentration yard where wood can be brought to the yard, air-dried and later kiln-dried. Custom work is part of their specialization, as well. Dollar General opened its fourth location in Adair County on Campbellsville Road. Owens Family Dentistry & Aesthetics opened office in the former Dr. Brashear and Dr. Arnett Family Dentistry location. 24

United Citizens Bank saw its third location open on Dohoney Trace. Columbia Pharmacy reopened in its former location on Burkesville Street. There’s more exciting business coming to Columbia in the next few months. Cook Out, a fast food restaurant with food that tastes just like you’re out back near the grill, is coming to Columbia at 1001 Jamestown St. where the former Dickey’s Barbecue Pit was. Dairy Queen was located in Columbia decades ago and is now making a comeback, with a new location going in on Jamestown Street, just down the road from where Cook Out will be. • Discover Adair 2020

Fill it up at locally owned Doc’s Market A new style of fuel station and convenience store was brought to Columbia this year with Doc’s Market, located at 2938 Campbellsville Rd. Opened in February by three local businessmen, Dr. Charles Giles, Chaz Giles and Josh Kemp, the spacious convenience store has been a local hit and a new stop for travelers. Doc’s brings Shell brand fuel and a diesel canopy for diesel exhaust fluid, which is unique locally. Broaster’s Chicken is also new to the area and is served at a hot bar inside the market, along with a breakfast bar, drinks and convenience items. Perhaps what they are most known for is their fresh salads that can be made to order. A seating area inside the market makes it a great

place for dining in, but there is also a drie-thru window option. The entire intention of Doc’s Market is to bring this area a great all-in-one place. “Our mission statement is to serve high quality products in a clean environment with a warm and friendly manner,” said owner Chaz Giles.


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One retail area that continues to show growth in Columbia is often referred to as “New Columbia.” The land was first developed for retail use in 2009 when Walmart relocated. Since then, additions include BOYD CAT (formerly Whayne Supply), Appliance Store, Goodwill, Sleep Inn and Suites, Bluegrass Cellular, Lee’s Famous Recipe, United Citizens Bank, Burger King, Hardee’s and a Fivestar gas station. The Pinewood Shopping Plaza opened in 2017 across the road from Walmart on Will Walker Lane and holds Central Financial Services, Satellite Solutions, Quality Personnel, Love Nails, 3trees Church and Black Stallion Steakhouse. In front of Pinewood is Magic Market and most recently, Happy Cow Café. The Economic Development Authority and local government recently analyzed the inflow of traffic in Adair County and data show potential success for a large number of retail interests.

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Park stands ready for new industry The perfect home stands ready for the development of new industry in a convenient location. The 300-acre Green River Commerce Park is 4.6 miles from the Louie B. Nunn Parkway and its development is the main focus of the Economic Development Authority. EDA continues to improve upon the infrastructure at the park, expanding the sewer system and currently working to develop more roadway.

The park already has access to natural gas, water and electricity. The Columbia-Adair County Economic Development Authority, Inc. is located at 201 Burkesville St., Columbia. The EDA may be contacted by phone at 270-384-4401 or through email at Their website is

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Land prices draw newcomers Property values for Adair County’s 435 square miles are competitive with property all over Kentucky and the United States. The county’s square footage includes 13,531 individual parcels of land and a tax base of $692 million. The average cost of a general family style home with 1,200-2,000 square feet is $90,000 - $200,000. Average cost for a 2,000-4,500 square foot home ranges from $200,000 to $450,000. The price of building lots varies, depending on layout and location. Around the county, building lots have a price from $1,500 to $15,000, but a lake area lot in northern Adair County could range from $8,000 to $25,000. Farms range from $1,000-$7,500 per acre and pasture and woods on farms affect the value. Location and utilities also play a factor for larger prospective farming operations. A commercial building lot in Columbia’s city lim-

its can be priced anywhere from $5,000 to $150,000, especially in major growth areas like the southwestern area and the business district of Columbia. Lots at the new Pinewood Shopping Plaza are selling as some of the highest the county has ever seen. This land ranges from $50,000-$375,000 depending on size and exact location. Adair County and Columbia specifically continue to grow at a rate of about 3 percent per year.

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Whether you are just passing through, dropping in for a spell, or looking for a new home, you will find an abundance of options in Adair County. We love it here and know you will, too. So whether you are here for a day, or you are here to stay, there is help on the way.

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Where to Dine Acapulco Grill 104 Public Sq., Columbia 270-380-1980

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County Judge Executive



Gale Cowan

Pam Hoots

Josh Brockman

County Court Clerk

Circuit Judge

Circuit Court Clerk

Judy Vance-Murphy

Dennis Loy

Lisa Greer

County Attorney Jennifer HutchisonCorbin

Jailer Joey White

Commonwealth’s Attorney Brian Wright


Chief of Police

Columbia City Council

Constable District #6

Landon Edwards

Jason Cross

Sharon Payne

Jason Rector

Magistrate District #1 Magistrate District #3 Magistrate District #5 Magistrate District #6 Magistrate District #7 Harold Burton


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County Services The Adair County Annex is located right in downtown Columbia at 424 Public Square and is the go-to place for the majority of county government business. Inside the annex, one can find: – The county government, which is operated as the Adair County Fiscal Court by Adair County Judge Executive Gale Cowan and seven magistrates. Like all offices in the annex, they welcome anyone to stop by to ask questions or discuss the county. Reach the fiscal court at 270-3844703. – Property Valuation Administrator Landon Edwards is just down the hall and handles setting property assessments for the 14,000 plus parcels in the county. He and his staff also help taxpayers view land and deed numbers on the county map, adjust vehicle taxes and more. Reach the PVA office at 270-384-3673. – The Adair County Clerk’s Office is at the end of the hallway on the first floor of the annex and County Clerk Lisa Greer and her

team serve the county in a multitude of ways — motor vehicle transfers, taxes and tag renewal, voter registration and filing land deeds and marriage licenses. Reach the Clerk’s Office at 270384-2801. - The Adair County Sheriff ’s Office is upstairs in the annex and is where residents pay their property taxes, get concealed carry permits and receive vehicle inspections. Reach Sheriff Josh Brockman and his office at 270384-2776. - The Adair County Attorney’s Office is also upstairs in the

annex. County Attorney Jennifer Hutchison-Corbin serves as prosecutor in district court cases, handles juvenile, mental and disablity cases, works with judges to issue emergency protective orders and assists county government with legal matters. Her office can be reached at 270-384-3216. The fiscal court oversees the recycling center, county road department, emergency management, 911 operations, the Green River Animal Shelter, Jim Blair Recreation Center, and maintenance of the historic courthouse and judicial center.

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The Adair County Judicial Center has been serving the courts of Adair County for ten years now. The historic Adair County Courthouse was closed in 2010 and the Judicial Center was erected just down the road at 201

Campbellsville St. Inside is the Adair County Circuit Clerk’s office, where residents can test for their driving permit, receive their driver’s license, pay court fees and view public record documents. The first floor courtroom hosts

District Court under Judge Michael Loy and the second floor courtroom hosts Circuit Court with Judge Judy Vance-Murphy. Call the Judicial Center at 270384-2626.


Support the earth by recycling The Adair County Recycling Center is open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, where residents can bring their recycling products that are then sorted and sold to a buyer. A recycling trailer is also left at the center for after hours use. Adair County’s center accepts most recycling except for products with number 5, 7 or no number or recycle symbol at all. They also must have newspaper inserts sorted with other paper products and separately from the newsprint. In addition to recycling, the center also has a secure paper shredder in operation during the facility’s hours. It is located at 82 Service Rd., Columbia and can be reached by 270-378-0782 or by the fiscal court office at 270-384-4703.


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Shelter helps find homes for pets in need of family Strays have a place to stay until they find their forever home at the Green River Animal Shelter. Several hundred animals are adopted by loving families each year through the shelter. These families often find these pets on the Green River Animal Shelter Facebook page, where director Tammy Campbell often posts photos of the animals that are available. People have travelled from other states to adopt a cat or dog from the shelter after seeing it online. The shelter gladly welcomes donations from the community,

such as food and cleaning supplies. The most needed items are pet food, leashes and collars, dish soap, Lysol and bleach. The Green River Animal Shelter is located at 455 Appleby Dr.

in Columbia. Hours and days of operation are Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The shelter’s phone number is 270-385-9655.

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Water and Sewage Services

KU 109 W. Main St., Campbellsville, KY 42718 Residential 800-981-0600 Business 859-367-1200 • 800-383-5582

Columbia-Adair Utilities District 109 Grant Ln. Columbia, KY 42728 270-384-2181

Taylor County RECC 625 West Main St. Campbellsville, KY 42718 270-465-4101 • 800-931-4551

Fresh Water Plant 555 Griffin Springs Rd. Campbellsville, KY 42718

Natural Gas Services City of Columbia Gas Department 116 Campbellsville St., Columbia, KY 42728 270-384-2006

Cable, Internet, and Telephone Services Duo Broadband 221 Dohoney Trace, Columbia, KY 42728 270-378-4141, Windstream Communications 1715 E Broadway St., Campbellsville, KY 42718 270-465-3141,

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CITY For $100,000 piece of property located in the city, an owner would pay approximately $225 per year in property taxes. The city has an occupational tax of 1 percent and an insurance tax of 10 percent.


COUNTY A piece of property outside of the city limits in Adair County valued at $100,000 would cost the owner approximately $1,149.30 per year for property taxes. This includes all taxing districts except the city.

Tax Rates by percentage .0014930 for county .00225 for city


Local Emergency Services Adair County Sheriff ’s Department Sheriff Josh Brockman 424 Public Sq., Suite 20 270-384-2776 Columbia Police Department Chief Jason Cross 116 Campbellsville St. 270-384-4119 Kentucky State Police Post 15 Post Commander Captain Bradly Stotts 1118 Jamestown St. 270-384-4796

Columbia-Adair County Fire Department County Chief Terry Flatt City Chief Mike Glasgow 200 Merchant St. 270-384-3278 Knifley Fire Department Chief C.R. Drake 6130 Elkhorn Rd., Knifley 270-849-2255 Breeding Fire Department Chief Terry Harvey 1022 Independence Ridge Rd., Breeding 270-378-5700


Adair County EMS Director Daryl Flatt 906 Westlake Dr. 270-384-4706 Emergency Management Director Mike Keltner 107 North High St. Phone: 270-384-4760 Adair County Dispatch Director Jason Upchurch 107 North High St. Phone: 270-384-4760 TAC Officer - DOCJT Terminal Agency Coordinator Nicole McGowan 107 North High St. Phone: 270-384-4760

Judge Executive Gale Cowan and the Adair County Fiscal Court are honored to serve the people of Adair County. WE SERVE AS ADMINISTRATORS OF THE FOLLOWING: • County Road Department - 270-384-3738 • • • •

Recycling Center - 270-378-0782 911 operations - 270-384-4760 (admin) Green River Animal Shelter - 270-385-9655 Emergency Management - 270-384-4760

• Maintenance of Jim Blair Center


• Maintenance of the Adair County Judicial Center and courthouse

Judge Executive: Gale Cowan Treasurer: Melinda Quinn Finance Officer: Benisha Johnson Executive Secretary/Human Resource Manager: Bridget Compton


MAGISTRATES District 1– Harold Burton Distrist 2 – Daryl Flatt District 3 – Sammy Baker District 4 – Chris Reeder District 5 – Billy Coffey District 6 – Greg Caldwell District 7 –  Terry Hadley

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City of Columbia Services Columbia City Hall is right off the public square at 116 Campbellsville St. and is home to City of Columbia offices and business. Inside City Hall, one can: – Visit the office of Mayor Pamela Hoots, who has been serving the city since January 2018 and has an open door policy. The City of Columbia urges visitors to stop by to ask questions, make inquiries or just check in with their staff. – Attend a City Council or Planning and Zoning meeting. City Council meets the first Monday of each month at 6 p.m. and

Planning and Zoning meets the second Thursday at 6 p.m. – Pay natural gas bills or city property taxes inside or through the drop-box. The city stays busy with the various departments. The street department works to build and provide maintenance to all streets and sidewalks in the city. Parks and recreation ensures that the city-owned parks, City Park and Joe Johnson Little League Park, are as they should be.

The sanitation department automatically serves all property, including homes, within the city limits through garbage pick-up. The natural gas department provides optional natural gas wherever available inside or outside the city limits. The Columbia Police Department provides law enforcement to the city and is located adjacent to City Hall. Reach City Hall at 270-3842501 and the Columbia Police Department at 270-280-1446.

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History Thanks to the years of research into its history, much is known about what led to the creation of this beautiful county today. According to An Adair County, Kentucky History Vol. 1 compiled by Michael C. Watson, there is evidence of previous Native American inhabitants long before the first settlers came to Adair County. The first documented people in Adair County in 1769 were known as Long Hunters and a subdivision in Adair County is named after them today. Col. William Casey established the permanent settlement of Adair County with around 30 other men. Adair County’s Col. William Casey Elementary School was named after this founder and is where thousands of students began their education here from 1960 to 2013. It is also speculated that pioneer Daniel Boone stopped through here sometime in his journey through the commonwealth. Many other interesting stories come from the early days of Adair County. Native Americans travelled in and out, a diamond found in the county now resides in the Smithsonian Museum and though never confirmed, many detailed stories tell that it was bandit Jesse James and his comrades, the James Gang, that robbed the Bank of Columbia on

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April 29, 1872. The Courthouse that still stands in the middle of Columbia’s public square today was built in 1884. It was placed on the National Register of Historical places in 1974 and housed government agencies until 2010 when the offices moved to the judicial center on Campbellsville Street. A unique clock tower is placed on top of the building and has been an iconic symbol of the community. Many items such as stationary, clothing and personal items have the symbol and promote the community. The courthouse is still maintained by county government and is always admired by visitors and locals alike. The Adair County Heritage Association oversees the inclusion and remembrance of Adair County’s history. The association and other community members have come together several weekends in the last year to work on restoring local history like a Rosenwald School and other important locations in the county. Learn more stories and facts of Adair County’s long history in Watson’s book, An Adair County, Kentucky History Vol. 1, and in other history materials at the Adair County Public Library.

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Janice Holt Giles House Janice Holt Giles let the beauty of her Knifley home and the Green River area inspire her as she wrote an array of novels that are still popular today. The local Giles Society was founded to preserve the legacy of Henry and Janice Holt Giles, as well as the literature legacy she and other Adair County authors left behind. On the first Saturday of October, the Giles Society provides an annual Arts and Crafts Day exhibiting local authors and craftsmen at the Giles log home, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Funds are raised to continue preservation and promotion of the historical site. This property is 17 miles from Columbia at 380 Spout Springs Road. A membership in the Giles Society is $35 annually and can be sent to 380 Spout Springs Road, Knifley, Ky. 42753.

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Daniel Trabue-Russell House


Another historic piece of property in the center of Columbia is the Trabue-Russell House, the former home of one of Columbia’s founders, Daniel Trabue. He built his home to overlook the town square in 1823. It was later purchased by James Montgomery Russell. Today, it preserves the history of Adair County as a museum. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was featured on Tour120, a heritage program that raises awareness of historic preservation in Kentucky. It is owned by the the City of Columbia and is available for private or community events. Beautiful greenery, flowers and views can be observed outside the home, which are tended to by the Adair County Garden Club. A rose garden is cared for in memory of Julia Miller Horton, the great-granddaughter of James Russell. Families have purchased flower bushes in memory of loved ones to be planted in this garden, and it is taken care of by Garden Club member Mary Anne Loy.

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Adair County Public Library Just off the square at 307 Greensburg Street is the Adair County Public Library. The quote, “Whatever the cost of our libraries, the cost is cheap compared to that of an ignorant nation,” by Walter Cronkite hangs near the front entrance of the library. The Adair County Public Library offers an abundance of resources for people of all ages. Besides the thousands of books it has available for free, the library has online book access, children’s programs year-round, free wi-fi and access to computers, printing and faxing.

Another major asset of the local library is its local history and genealogy departments. People from around the world have visited the Adair County Public Library to study in its genealogy department. The library is building a new addition solely for the genealogy and local history department that will hold its files, storage, a conference room and restrooms. The Adair County Public Library can be contacted at 270-384-2472.

Adair County Cooperative Extension Service Being involved in Adair County will surely lead one to the Adair County Cooperative Extension Service at some point. This service is through the University of Kentucky and has three areas of emphasis for the community: agriculture and natural resources, family and consumer sciences, and 4-H youth development. From agriculture field days to homemakers • Discover Adair 2020

bazaars and 4-H camp, many local citizens have been impacted by the work of the extension office. Nick Roy serves as agriculture agent and Tony Rose serves as 4-H agent. Teresa Bright serves as Extension support staff. The Adair County Extension Office is located at 409 Fairground St. and can be reached at 270-3842317.


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A Farming Community Agriculture continues to be the leading economic sector in Adair County and remains a viable business opportunity for the community. Adair County farmers produced $69.3 million in agriculture commodities, according to the USDA 2017 agricultural census. There are 1,816 producers involved in producing food and fiber products. More than 40,000 cattle graze the countryside of Adair County and the county ranks 10th in the state for beef cattle and third for dairy cattle. Beef and dairy sales both rounded out at $13.2 million, according to the latest census. The variety of agricultural commodities produced in the county has expanded in recent years. There has been an increase of poultry farms, which has become the largest source of agriculture income in Kentucky. The poultry industry experienced a $10 million increase in receipts in 2017 alone. 44

Adair County row crop farmers have grown exponentially, especially soybean growers. From 2012 to 2017, soybean acres increased over 8,000 acres with 13,016 total acres. Hay acreage has increased over the county with a total of 36,392 acres. Adair County farmers have been involved in state extension service testing plots. Most recently, fields in the county were tested to see if drone fungicide application is suitable for farmers and if drone applicaiton helps offset reduced yields due to disease. The Adair County agribusiness sector continues to grow to support the local, regional and state agriculture industry. These businesses are not only essential to farmers but allow for job opportunities to our citizens. Much of Adair County’s success in agriculture can be attributed to the teamwork and camaraderie of Adair County farmers. An example of this can • Discover Adair 2020

be seen by the Adair County Cattlemen’s Association. With nearly 300 members, the Association ranks the sixth largest association in Kentucky. The association provides educational opportunities for local cattle producers and promotes the beef industry to both consumers and local leaders.

Agriculture Offices Kentucky Farm Service Agency Tony Corbin, Adair County Director 961 Campbellsville Rd. Columbia, KY 42728-2203 270-384-6431 kycolumbia-fsa@one.usda Adair Co. Cooperative Extension Service Nick Roy, Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources 409 Fairground St. Columbia, KY 42728 270-384-2317 • Discover Adair 2020


Natural Resources Conservation Services 965 Campbellsville Rd. Columbia, KY 42728 270-384-6628

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Farmers’ Market Citizens of Adair and surrounding counties have the opportunity to buy farm fresh products from two separate markets in Columbia. The Farmers’ Market on the Square is a Kentucky Proud market that has excelled over the years. It is located across from the Adair County Justicial Center on Merchant Street. Each Saturday morning from April to October, farmers and producers are ready to serve an array of fruits, vegetables and products that are all local. It has become a staple for its variety of offerings that include beef, poultry, homemade bread, peaches, pulled pork sandwiches and crafts. For more information about the Market on the Square, call 270-250-2979. The Adair County Extension Office offers the Adair County Farmers’ Market during the growing season. It operates two days per week on Tuesdays and Fridays from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. This market provides a variety of fresh vegetables and allocates time for members of the community to meet with extension staff. Anyone who attends the market can receive educational resources and healthy recipes developed to utilize Kentucky Proud products. This market focuses merely on providing fresh produce and products to the community.

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The Homeplace on Green River Located just 13 miles north of Columbia sits over 250 acres used as the state’s largest outdoor classroom, the Homeplace on Green River. This farm is being restored and serves as a constant reminder for the role agriculture played in our past and continues to play in our lives. Residents from Adair, Green and Taylor counties serve on a board of directors with a desire to promote rural America through conservation, education and economic opportunities that arise from agritourism. The Homeplace on Green River has registered and secured the name “Kentucky’s Outdoor Classroom” with Kentucky’s Secretary of State; the Kentucky Senate confirmed that role for Homeplace on Green River in March 2016. There are over five miles of walking trails on the

Tebbs Bend/Green River Nature Area of the farm. On the trails, restored Blue Heron Wetlands, forests and prairies where wood ducks, cranes, eagles, wild turkeys, beaver, deer, otter, muskrat and many other species of birds and animals may be seen. The Homeplace on Green River is leased to local farmers growing corn, soy beans and hay, and the Homeplace board works with Kentucky’s Department of Agriculture and several other councils to ensure it is home for modern, sustainable agriculture. The Homeplace on Green River and the Tebbs Bend/Green River Nature Area, which is owned by Taylor County, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit

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The Adair County school system is constantly making efforts to grow, adapt and make ready for its students’ futures. The district’s mission statement is to “prepare all students with the self-discipline and academic proficiency necessary to be contributing citizens in an everchanging society.” They’ve proven their commitment by the matchless improvements and successes throughout the four schools in the district. Adair County Primary Center, the newest school having opened in 2013, provides education for preschool through second grade. 50

Adair County Elementary School serves third grade through fifth grade. Adair County Middle School provides education for sixth through eighth grades and Adair County High School offers ninth through twelfth grades. Over 2,600 students are taught and almost 400 people are employed through this school district. All of the schools are conveniently located on the same campus, along with the Adair County Board of Education and school bus garage. Weaving between the schools are two football fields, a softball

field and a baseball field, tennis courts and an agriculture barn and fields. The campus entrance has a gate built by the ACHS welding students and the entire campus sees constant maintenance on the buildings and grounds. The community often visits the campus either for walking/running or for community events like 5K races. Safety is the ultimate priority at the district and four school resource officers from the Columbia Police Department and the Adair County Sheriff ’s Office serve each school and the entire • Discover Adair 2020

campus. Inside the classroom, the district follows a set accountability model, graduation requirements and college and career readiness goals that ultimately pay off year after year. Both inside and outside of the classroom, Adair County’s students can be put up against anyone in the state, country or world, and they have been. Beta Club, Braille, Academic Team, STLP, Welding, Band and FFA are just some of the clubs

and organizations that have produced state, national and international competitors and winners in Adair County. Adair County sports have excelled around the state and implement good grades and sportsmanship in their requirements to play. During the pandemic of 2020, the school system came together in every way to provide for and protect its students and staff. When schools were closed in mid-March, teachers kept daily

Adair County Education Adair County Primary Center 158 Col. Casey Dr., Columbia 270-384-3367 Principal – Debbie Bradshaw Asst. Principal – Gerald Hadley Serves students from preschool to 2nd grade. Adair County Elementary School 870 Indian Dr., Columbia 270-384-0077 Principal – Sommer Brown Asst. Principal – Jordan Williams Serves students in 3rd grade – 5th grade. • Discover Adair 2020

Adair County High School 526 Indian Dr., Columbia 270-384-2751 Principal – Troy Young Asst. Principal – Chad Parnell Serves students from 9th grade – 12th grade. Board of Education 1204 Greensburg St., Columbia 270-384-2476 Board Members: Chairperson – Lisa Burton, Troy Grider, Jonathan Gaskins, Daniel Adams and Terry Harvey. Superintendent – Dr. Pamela Stephens Board Secretary – Becky Bailey District Assessment Coordinator – Phyllis Curry Director of Pupil Personnel – Robbie Harmon Transportation Director – David Jones Finance Director – Renae Smith

Adult Education 969 Campbellsville Rd. Columbia, KY 42728 270-384-1741 Serves adults who wish to obtain a GED or complete available career training.


Adair County Middle School 322 General John Adair Dr., Columbia 270-384-5308 Principal – Alma Rich Asst. Principal – Rodney Morgeson Serves students from 6th grade – 8th grade.

communication with students through phone or video chat while they worked through non-traditional instruction packets or digital work. Staff from all departments and buildings returned to school every day and handed out or delivered lunches to any student in need of one. For seniors, their voices were heard for a graduation ceremony tailored to what they wanted while following safety guidelines.


LWC: Campus on the grow The highlights for the 2019-20 academic year at Lindsey Wilson College are a direct reflection of the sustained focus of the faculty and the leadership of the administrative team and staff at LWC. From advances in alumni engagement to national recognition of LWC’s academic programs and athletic teams, Lindsey Wilson is demonstrating the transformative power of a values-centered education. The fall 2019 freshman class consisted of more than 600 new students with a total enrollment of 2,519. This number includes the highest enrollment through 52

LWC’s online school and educational outreach partnerships. Spring 2020 enrollment was the highest ever in the history of the 117-year-old liberal arts institution. For the first time since LWC’s nursing program launched in 2009, Lindsey Wilson nursing graduates posted a 100 percent pass rate on the NCLEX-RN national licensure examination for the academic year 2018-19. In addition, LWC’s nursing program was ranked among the top 10 nursing schools in Kentucky by The nationally recognized website bases its

rankings on a school’s reputation, tuition and pass rate on the national licensure exam. For the second consecutive year, a group of LWC doctoral students were awarded first place at the American Counseling Association Conference and Expo for their submission in a national ethics essay competition. Doctoral students from all over the country compete each year for the prestigious award. Early in the spring semester, LWC announced it was partnering with Somerset Community College and the University Center of Southern • Discover Adair 2020

Kentucky to bring new opportunities to area students. LWC will offer a variety of fullyonline, four-year degree programs to UCSK, as well as a master’s program in counseling and a MBA program. Under the agreement, students complete half of the degree at SCC’s tuition rate and the other half of the bachelor’s degree from LWC. Students will remain on SCC’s campus but will have full access to LWC institutional services such as admissions, registration, advising and remote library access. LWC is the first private college to join the University Center of Southern Kentucky. Lindsey Wilson’s championship-winning athletic programs continue to reach the

highest levels of excellence in the classroom and in competition. In only the 10th season since the reintroduction of LWC football, the program made it to the semi-finals of the NAIA playoffs ending the season with a 12-1 record. For the eighth consecutive year, Lindsey Wilson captured the MidSouth Conference President’s Cup and finished third in the Learfield Directors’ Cup standings marking the college’s eighth-straight top-five finish. Several Lindsey Wilson College student-athletes achieved individual national championship status during the 2019-20

academic year. Most notably, junior wrestler Brandon Reed from Louisville, Ky., claimed his second straight NAIA National Championship in early March; and freshman Calvin Coatzee from Durban, South Africa won the first-ever NAIA National Championship for the men’s swimming program.

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1545 Campbellsville Rd. • Columbia 270-380-1431 • 270-378-1899 • Discover Adair 2020

WHO WE SERVE: Adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities who have the Michelle P or SCL Waivers.



Case Management • Psychological • Behavior Support Day Training • Community Living Supports Personal Care • Personal Assistance Supported Employment • Staffed Residence • Family Home Provider

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Compounding, sorting and specialzing


North Century Pharmacy is bringing an approach to healthcare unlike any that Adair County has seen before. Managing partner and pharmacist-in-charge, Easton Bryant, PharmD, LDE explains that the mission of North Century Pharmacy is to produce exceptional patient experiences and offer innovative solutions for enhanced wellbeing. Their values are collaboration, excellence, innovation, integrity and respect. In the five years of its existence, Bryant has consistently found new ways to reflect this, including a very busy past few months of new construction, programs and products. “In this day and time, we have so much information and so many resources at our fingertips, and I feel it’s our duty to educate and provide when the situation makes clinical sense,” said Bryant. “It’s simple to me: Why wouldn’t we be the absolute best we can be both for our own good and for our community’s own good?” North Century’s compliance packaging, known as NCPaks, are a complete game-changer, Bryant said. “Simply put, it’s the most cutting-edge and efficient way to get your meds. It’s unique to Adair County and any neighboring counties,” said Bryant. The list of benefits to NCPaks is long, but some of the highlights are medicines sorted by day, time and dose in individual packaging, no extra cost, delivered for free and no more pill counting on Sundays. North Century unveiled a state-of-the-art cleanroom for compounding earlier this year. Compounding is the process of combining, mixing or altering ingredients to create a tailored medication. Bryant said compounding is part art and part science and offers solutions to patients when traditional 54 • Discover Adair 2020

offerings have failed or are not ideal. North Century offers custom preparations for pain management, weight loss, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and more. This pharmacy is classified as a traditional retail, or community pharmacy, but through their compounding they served patients and providers in 34 counties in 2019. Bryant has a highly dedicated and trained staff that contributes to compounding and the many other services they perform for customers, such as free delivery all over central Kentucky. More exciting work is coming soon from North Century. A beauty and anti-aging skincare initiative that includes both prescription compounds and

NCP-branded over-the-counter products. Precision Medicine will come into play soon. Pharmacogenomics is the study of how genes affect a person’s response to drugs, and North Century will offer detailed reports for patients using a simple swab technique. “Many currently-available drugs are ‘one-size-fits-all’ but they don’t work the same way for everyone,” said Bryant. “We’re going to help our community navigate these tricky waters, and we’ll be working with providers to get the right med to the right patient.” Point-of-care testing is also on the horizon, which means customers can swing by the pharmacy to be tested for flu, strep

and more. “It’s easy to believe I love what I do,” said Bryant. “I’m passionate about making sure our patients can see and feel that when they experience NCP in any way, whether it be in-store, or even via a shipment or delivery.” The North Century team also stepped up during the COVID-19 pandemic and provided compounded hand sanitizer for free through pick-up or delivery. “Yes, we are a retail business, but we do not exist solely to generate profit,” said Bryant. “These particular ingredients proved hard to find and did not come cheap, but providing this service and product to our community at no cost fits squarely into our mission.”

Tired of waiting at your pharmacy??? Come by today where fast service greets you with a smile and calls you by your first name!

Prompt, on-time appointments Friendly physicians, nurses & support staff Excellent care for every member of the family Convenient telehealth services

Your locally owned and operated family pharmacy for over 27 years!!! PROFESSIONAL SERVICE! PERSONAL CARE!

270-384-9934 Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Walk-Ins Welcome

Hwy. 55 N. (next to the bypass) • Columbia, KY 42728 • Discover Adair 2020

270-384-5874 | 706 Jamestown St. 55


Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

TJ Regional Health T.J. Regional Health plays a big role in the Adair County healthcare community. In 2016 when T.J. purchased the county’s former Westlake Regional Hospital, now T.J. Health Columbia, they created a top-notch facility that can provide quality, dependable hospital services. Under their ownership, the hospital saw more than $1 million in renovations and updates, provided board-certified physicians and new, modern equipment. The company also added new services in addition to the emergency department. Rehabilitation, IV Therapy, lab, radiology and in-patient care from T.J. Health Columbia have provided local care that Adair residents would have had to drive elsewhere for. T.J. Health Columbia is located at 901 Westlake Dr. At a T.J. Health Columbia Clinic just across the road at 902 Westlake Dr., Nurse Practitioner Patricia Doolin, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC offers primary care for all ages. T.J. Health Columbia Primary Care is in town at 810 Jamestown St. with several board-certified physicians that specialize in cardiology, family medicine, OB/GYN, pediatric behavioral health, pedi-

atrics, podiatry, primary care, pulmonology and sleep medicine. In addition to having multiple locations, T.J. Regional Health offers an annual health fair where community members receive free basic lab testing, PSA screenings and flu shots, in addition to checks of height, weight, blood pressure, and body mass index. T.J. has partnered with Adair County Schools to provide financial support and medical oversight for the district’s new athletic trainer program and has partnered with Lindsey Wilson College for a preceptorship with the nursing program and to allow scholarships and reduced tuition rates at LWC for T.J. Health Columbia employees.


Cumberland Family Medical Cumberland Family Medical, Inc. first opened Adair Family Medical Center on Campbellsville Road in 2008 and expanded to give Adair County its first urgent treatment center in 2017. Cumberland Family Medical also provides a Healthy Kids Clinic at the Adair County school system. Since 2014, the Healthy Kids Clinic has been active in providing primary care, pediatrics and oral 56

and mental health care to all students in all four Adair County schools. Even during school closure for the pandemic, the Healthy Kids Clinic was open at the Adair County High School gymnasium during weekdays for all students and students’ families. As of the beginning of this year, Cumberland Family Medical pays all health services in the district, saving the district more than $40,000 annually. • Discover Adair 2020

Adair County Health Department Being there for the health education, prevention and treatment of the entire county isn’t an easy job, but the Adair County Health Department commits to it and is always finding new ways to reach the community. The dedicated department is one of the ten counties under the Lake Cumberland District Health Department. Following the Department of Public Health’s guidelines, the health department gives the public free or minimally priced access to family planning, well-child exams, immunizations, medical screenings, the WIC nutritional program and the HANDS program. Health educators visit the schools to teach the most vulnerable in the county about healthy lifestyles and offer citizens of all ages the right classes and trainings they need for their health. Environmental services, including restaurant inspections and emergency preparedness, stem from the health department, as well. The emergency preparedness team has been activley involved in working to limit the spread of COVID-19 in Adair County and the 10-county Lake Cumberland district. The Adair County W.A.T.C.H. Coalition was created by the health department and stands for Working-Actively-Toward-Community-Health. The coalition includes community members that Come to

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Hours: Mon-Fri 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. • Sat 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. • Closed Sunday • Discover Adair 2020

Adair County Senior Center The Adair County Senior Center is a caring and fun environment for adults ages 60 and older that enjoy time with each other. Card games, bingo and watching television are some of the favorite things to do there and hot meals are served every day. Seniors can also learn about helpful resources for services they need when they visit the center. It is located in the Jim Blair Center at 901 Hudson Street and is open from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call the center at 270-380-1899.

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wish to do their part to eliminate or at least decrease some of Adair County’s main health problems. Through their work, they were able to held the Adair County School District become a tobacco free campus. A youth coalition stemmed from this, which works with high school students on how they can prevent health issues among their peers.

270-384-6391 • 270-805-1525 4295 Burkesville Rd. • Columbia, KY 42728 Hours: Mon. – Thurs. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to noon • After hours by appointment


Free video otoscoppe screenings each Wednesday. Is it hearing We h loss or earwax? Call fo for your fr free screening today. 270-384-3691

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728 East Broadway Campbellsville, KY 42718 Phone 270-465-4047 M-F 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Filling • Crowns Bridges • Veneers Extractions • Root Canals Partials • Dentures General dentist specializing in restoring implants, overdentures, full mouth rehabilitation and ClearCorrect clear aligners.


Call to book your appointment today! Andrea N. Owens, DMD, PLLC 906 Russell Rd. • Columbia, KY 270-384-2872 •

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Family Dentistry 318 Public Square • Columbia

Charl rles S. Gile es, MD & As Associate es 3066 Campbbellsville Rd. • Columbia

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Skilled Nursing Home Health Aides Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy Chronic Care Management Programs

We proudly service Adair and Casey County! 937 Campbellsville Rd. • Suite 903 • Columbia, KY • Discover Adair 2020



270-384-6411 • 800-861-8601

– STOTTS – SHOP Chris Stotts, owner

Conveniently located on the Square!




Columbia Christian Church

Columbia Church of Christ 501 Jamestown St. • Columbia 270-384-6467 Minister: Terry Smith

Church of Christ

Plum Point Baptist

Beulah Chapel

6107 Knifley Rd. • C olumbia 270-250-1121 Pastor: Steve Willis

4262 Liberty Rd. • C olumbia 270-537-4446 Pastor: Zack Wood

SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship: 6 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Bible Study 6:30 p.m.

SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship: 6 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Service 6 p.m.

206 Campbellsville St. • Columbia 270-384-2612 Pastor: John Davis Youth Minister Adam Shepard SUNDAY: Sunday School 9 a.m. Morning Worship 10 a.m. Evening Worship 6:30 WEDNESDAY: Bible Study 6:30 p.m.




Non Denominational

Jones Chapel United Methodist Church

Pollards Chapel

Trinity United Methodist Church

Kelleyville Community Church

2267 Jones Chapel Rd. • Columbia 352-406-7787 Pastor: Bro. Mike Moon

2251 Sulphur Creek Rd. Columbia, KY 42728 Pastor: Victor Matney

2418 Campbellsville Rd. Columbia • 270-384-3259 Pastor: Steve Pescosolido

77 Kellyville Rd. • Columbia 270-385-9663 Pastor: Stanley Watson

SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m.

SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Preaching 10:30 a.m.

WEDNESDAY: BLAST Youth Service 6 p.m.

Non Denominational


Brethren in Christ

Living by Faith Community Church 3041 Edmonton Rd. • C olumbia 270-378-0621 Pastor: Bobby Withers SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. & 5:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Worship and Youth 6:30 p.m.


SUNDAY: Bible Study 9 a.m. • W orship 10 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Bible Study 6:30 p.m.

FOOD PANTRY 3rd Thursday • 10 a.m. - noon

SUNDAY: Contemporary Worship 9 a.m. Traditional Worship 10:30 a.m.

SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Youth, children’s and outreach ministries.

WEDNESDAY: Service and Youth 6 p.m.

Non Denominational Seventh Day Adventist

New Life for the Nations 5095 Campbellsville Rd. • Columbia

Pastor: Shirley Powell 270-384-3010 •

SUNDAY: 9:30 a.m. WEDNESDAY: Bible Study 6 p.m.

Columbia Seventh Day Adventist 100 Adventist Rd. • Columbia 270-384-6798 Pastor: Christopher Langston SATURDAY: Sabbath School 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. WEDNESDAY: Service 6:30 p.m.

Want to see your church listed in Discover Adair 2021? Contact us at 270-384-9454 • Discover Adair 2020 • Discover Adair 2020


Pictured front row (from left) Jeffrey Caldwell, Nick Neville, William Johnson, David Rogers and William Johnson, III. Back row (from left) Val Hardin, Larry Jo Murray, Joseph Johnson, Brad Russell and Blake Wright.

210 Dohoney Trace | Columbia, KY 42728 270-384-5387 | 270-380-1390 HOURS: Monday — Friday | 7:30 - 5:00 • Saturday | 7:30 - 2:30 62 • Discover Adair 2020

Advertiser Directory 313maple Florist & Gifts ..........................53 35 Lines ....................................................14 92.7 The Wave ........................................34 A-1 Auto Supply ......................................19 Acapulco Grill ..........................................18 Adair Band Bingo ....................................17 Adair County Community Voice ............36 Adair County Farm Bureau South ............5 Adair County Fiscal Court ......................38 Adair County Kwik Lube ..........................6 Adair County Public Library ..................19 Adair Drug ..............................................30 Adair Gun & Pawn ..................................16 Amedisys ..................................................59 Anthony’s Auto Sales................................18 ATS ..........................................................64 Bank of Columbia....................................27 Bennett Insurance ....................................57 Best Financial ..........................................41 Better Hearing ........................................ 58 BOYD CAT ............................................47 Bread of Life Cafe....................................20 Burris Home Improvement ......................10 Campbellsville University ........................49 Century Medicines ..................................55 Certa Care................................................15 Charles S. Giles, MD & Associates ..........59 Church Directory ....................................60 City of Columbia ....................................39 Cody’s Auto Sales ....................................28 Coffey’s Veterinary Center ......................40 Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce ........................................................16

Columbia-Adair County Economic Development Authority ........................................21 Columbia-Adair Utilities District ............31 Community Medical Services ..................29 Community Trust Bank ..........................30 Cook’s Transmission ..................................7 Cumbelrand Family Medical ..................61 D&D Towing............................................22 Daniels Carpets ........................................22 Day & Day Feed and Pet ............................7 Dirty Dog Pet Grooming..........................35 Discount Rent-A-Car ..............................17 Doc’s Market ............................................63 Don Franklin Family of Dealerships ..........3 Downey Eye Clinic ..................................26 Duo Broadband........................................25 Durham & Zornes....................................33 Edward Jones ..........................................26 Egypt Construction ..................................16 Elected Officials ......................................32 Family Dentistry ......................................59 Fiesta Mexico ..........................................29 First & Farmers National Bank ................31 Franklin Nissan ........................................22 Genesis Family Medical ..........................55 Golden-Rule Wilson ................................35 Green River Bait & Grocery ....................19 Green River Window & Door..................35 Harris & Harris Law Office ....................40 Hill & Valley Farms ..................................35 Holmes Bend Marina ..............................12 Hometown Butcher ..................................7 Hometown Liquor....................................35

Hot Tans ..................................................57 J&S Auto Sales ..........................................4 Janes Fertilizer ..........................................48 Jeff ’s Tires ................................................10 Joe Brown Auto Body Repair & Towing ....4 Journey to Independent Living ................53 L&N Firearms ..........................................53 Lindsey Wilson College ..............................2 Luxury Lawn & Landscape......................24 LWC Health and Wellness Center ..........11 Lynn’s Service Center ................................9 M&W Milling ..........................................48 NAPA Auto Parts......................................45 North Century Pharmacy ........................54 Owen’s Family Dentistry ..........................58 Potts Body Shop ......................................35 Ridge Runner Liquor ..............................11 Selby Asphalt............................................28 Sinclair Monument ..................................41 Southern Nest Realty ..............................28 Stotts Barber Shop ..................................59 T.J. Health Columbia ..............................59 The Adanta Group ....................................8 The Appliance Store ................................62 The Barn at Cedar Grove ........................46 Todd Metals ............................................22 Tom Tom’s Auto Sales ..............................7 Town Barber Shop ....................................6 Trifecta Print ............................................35 Unity Chiropractic ..................................20 Wall Heating and Cooling........................41 Wendry Construction ..............................33

270-380-1080 • 2938 Campbellsville Rd. • Columbia HOURS: Mon. - Fri. • 4 a.m. - 10 p.m. | Sat. • 5 a.m. - 10 p.m. | Sun. • 5 a.m. - 9 p.m. • Discover Adair 2020


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