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News Outlook 12 January 07, 2021 Dec. 21, 2020 — Jan. 1, 2021 Carson Properties, LLC to Community Trust Bank, Inc., property address: 60 Donotech Drive, Owings- ville . Dylan T. Rawlings to Charlotte Rae Melcher, properties situated in Nich- olas and Bath Counties Tim Blankenship .and Kim Blankenship to- Mat- thew Rogers, property on Pickshein Road Donna Leach and How- ard Leach to Joshua Doug- las Trusty, property 1.0 mile north of KY Hwy 1 Tera Rawlings and James P. Rawlings to (Danny Mi- chael Swartz, property on KY Hwy 36 Linda Lou Broughton and Stanley Broughton to Jason Russell Hardin, be- ing Lot No. Sixty Seven (67) of Licking Valley Sub- division Robert Hager and Sha- ron Hager to Renee Stover Ginter, tract on south side of Elk Lick Road James Timothy Justice to Clinton G. Tabor and Me gan J. Tabor, property on Williams Road Mamie L. Denton to Rod- ney L. Jackson, property address: 250 Slate Avenue Master Commissioner, Bath County Circuit Court on behalf of Blaine Clark Co. Inc. et al to Daniel Yoder Zoo}: and Barbara Bath County V Property Transfers S. Zook, tract in Bethe] Heights Addition to Bethel Jeffrey F. Moore to Jef- frey F. Moore, as Trustee o the Ryan Christopher Moore Irrevocable Trust; prOperty address: 532 Main Street, Sharpsburg Mary N. Johnson and John E. Johnson et'al, par-' ties of the" first part, and Mary N. Johnson and John E. Johnson as co-executors of the Estate of George Bas- com Stone, parties of the second part, and George B. Stone Company LLC, party Of the third part, property at the intersection of Ky. Highways 11 and 36 north 1 of Sharpsburg on Nixon Road ' i ' ' Warren A. Carter and" ,Paula L Carter to Ben D. Davis and Michelle Carrie Davis, tract approximately 3 V4 miles south of Owings- ville on west side of Ky. Hwy. 965 David McCane and Lind- say McCane to Billy J. C. Wright, Lot. No. 12 of Windy Ridge Robin Reffitt and'Oakie Reffitt to Lydon E. John- son, property on Route 211, Bath County Nolan Clovis Sessions III to James Michael Mur- phy and Sabrina Murphy and Angela Dawn Murphy, tract on Highway 826, Bath County Donna Barrett to Jona- than Logan Viven'os and Emily Ann Viverios, prop- erty on Bath Ave., Owings- ville ‘ COMMUNITY On Sunday, U.S. Con- gressman Andy Barr (KY- 06) was sworn in as the first session of the 117th Congress began. “I am humbled and honored to have earned the trust of the people of‘ ' Kentucky’s Sixth Congres- sional District to continue serving as their Represen— tative in Congress,” said Congressman Barr. “Now more than ever, proven leaders are needed to de- liver results for families, workers .and small busi- nesses throughout the Sixth District, the Com- monwealth of Kentucky and entire United States of America I look forward to building on our record of, accountability, effective- ness and results during the "11"?th Congress.” Congressman Barr rep— resents 19 counties from Central and Eastern Ken- tucky and is serving his fifth term in Congress. Congressman Barr will .jir‘ : congressman Andy Barr Sworn intor . Start at 111th congress U.S. Congressman Andy Barr (right) with his'daughters EI- eanor (middle-right) and Mary Clay (middle-left) and House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy (left) after he was sworn-in for the start of the .1 17th Congress. Congressman Barr was officially sworn in by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the House floor. continue serving as a se- nior Member of the House Financial Services Com- mittee, where he will con- tinue his leadership advo- cating for expanded access to capital in rural and un- derserved areas, provide needed oversight of the Federal Reserve, U.S. De! partment of Treasury and other financial regulators and promote reforms to federal housing programs . to empower struggling Americans to escape pov- erty, overcome addiction and achieve self-sufficien- cy through the dignity of work. He will likewise am- plify his work to block mis- guided efforts to politicize access to credit. Congressman Barr also looks forward to continu- ing his work to hold the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) accountable for causing the COVID-19 pan- demic and implementing the recommendations. of the China Task Force on which he served during the 116th Congress. Finally, Congressman Barr is committed to hon- oring his late wife Carol, who tragically passed away last summer of heart dis- ease, by fighting for more federal resources for medi- cal research into mitral valve prolapse, the condi- tion from which she suf- fered. Tina Bryant Named “III III Sterling Health care Sterling Health Care, a purpose-driven Community Health Center, headquar- tered in Mount Sterling, Kentucky, today announced Tina Bryant, who has been the Interim Chief Execu- tive Officer for the last six months, will continue as the permanent Chief Executive Officer of Sterling Health Care. Ms. Bryant began CEO duties December 15, 2020. Ms. Bryant has been with Sterling Health Care since its founding in 2012, and has worked in senior management as the Finance Director and Chief Adminis BESJ OFTHE w LUEGRASS 7- *G’REEN GLASS- qu-y 4 g a a A i n n I n v v o - Chief Executive Officer in June 2020. While Interim CEO, Ms. Bryant oversaw the opening of two new clinics, Sterling Women’s Care Winchester and Sterling Health Care Urgent Treatment Center. “I’m honored to serve my community in this capacity. I’m excited to further the vi- sion of Sterling Health Care, which is to provide qual- ity care for all, regardless of ability to pay. The work of this Community Health Center is unique and funda- mental to our communities’ health,” said Ms. Bryant. “Tina has been a devoted, faithful Jean .member. for many years.» She has con- vincingly demonstrated her competence during her service to Sterling Health, especially as we have weathered through the current health crisis,” said Roger Riggs, Sterling Health Care’s Board of Di- rectors President. “We look forward to her strong but benevolent leadership. The Board has expressed its full confidence and support of our new CEO, Tina Bryant.” Ms. Bryant received her BA Marketing/Manage- ment from Anderson Uni- versity in 1989. She also re ceived a SHRM-CP (Society for Human Resources Man- agement .— Certified» PrOfee sional).certification in 2016, and graduated from Leader- ship Montgomery County in 2018. About Sterling Health Care ‘ Sterling Health Care is a purpose-driven Community Health Center for all people in the Gateway region of Kentucky. They provide health services and dental care to individuals and fami- lies, as well as mental health care and school-based health services. Sterling Health Care believes in pro viding a meaningful medical experience, removmg any barriers that may prevent a patient from getting the care they deserve.