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12, January 16, 2014 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook SCHOOL NEWS submitted by Beth Dennis Owlngsvllle Elementary School competed in their second match of the year held on December 16, 2013 against Menifee Elementary. Owingsville Elementary repre- sented Bath County with prestige. The Quick Recall team consisting of Morgan Patrick, Haden Meadows, Devin Mat- thews, Derek Butcher, Owen St. John, and Taylor Thompson remains undefeated. Morgan Patrick placed first In mathematics. In Language Arts, Lydia Saunders placed second, and Jenna Blevlns placed third. In composition Morgan Patrick placed first and Xandi Jent placed second. In Social Studies, Taylor Thompson placed first and Josiah Blakenship placed third. In Science Devin Matthews placed first, and Jenny Spears placed third. Lastly in Arts & Humanities Gabby Hill placed first and Derek Butcher placed second. The Academic Team has several matches still left before Districts. Please join us in supporting these students at Crossroads Elementary on January 16th and at Menlfee Elementary on February 6th. Pictured above are, from left, back row, Gabby Hill, Morgan Reed, Taylor Thomp- son, Beth Dennis, Lydia Saunders, Chelsea Shields, Xandi Jent, Tanner Butcher, Jenna Blevlns, Josiah Blakenship, Derek Butcher, and Jessica Elliott; front row, Jesmln Jones, Teresa Munster, Jenny Spears, Morgan Patrick, Will Anderson, Owen St. John, Wyatt Means, and Devin Matthews. photo courtesy of Bath County Middle School Congratulations to Cailyn Oldfield, winner of the Outstanding Speaker at this year's 2013 Kentucky Youth Assembly. Cailyn was chosen from a group of almost 1000 Middle School Students. The qual- ifications for this award include best pro and con debate, best presentation of bill and thoughtful ques- tioning. SPORTS !photos by Ron Weaver .... : ......... ' .... '' " The Bath County Wildcats lost in a tough game last Friday evening to Lexington Sayre, 65-60. Above- The cheerleaders rallied on the crowd. Right - Hunter Johnson shoots the 3 from the corner. by Arlen IL McNabb, Bath County Athletic Di- rector Good evening. After an extended break and a short work week for most dis- trict employees, this week's weather looks promising. The inclement weather caused some cancellations and rescheduling for our basketball programs this past week; however, several games remained to whet the appetite. Our boys' basketball pro- gram, after a 04 start, went 4-6 over the break to im- prove theh- record to 4-10. Tough losses to Boyd, Flem- hag and Rowan in the last ten days illustrated the competi- tive level of the 16th Region. On Wednesday, the 'Cats Iraveled to Morehead for a 61st District game with the fldnts. The 'Cats managed to stay competitive for the first three quarters before Rowan County dosed out a huge 4th quarter to win go- hag away, 8448. Blake Maze led the Wildcats with 16 points and Caden Messer hit double digits as well, scoring 10. On Friday, the Wildcats hosted Sayre from Lexing- ton. In a well-played game that featured only nine turnovers by the 'Cats, the Spartans came away with a 65-60 victory. Once again the Wildcats were led in scoring by Blake Maze who scored 17. Mac Becraft chipped in 12, while Caden Messer and Hunter Johnson added 10 and 9 respectively. The Wildcats picked up their first district win of the season on Saturday night when Menifee came to town for a boy-girl basketball dou- ble-header. In a game th UNIQUE TREASURES Furniture, Mattress, & More 529 N Maysville Road Mt Sterling KY 40353 Come see NEW Double Pillow Top Mattresses a Pillow Top Mattress you can flip!l![ King Set is $499 Queen Set $389 Full Set $329 New Mattresses Sets Starting at $139 New Recliners $269 New Curios $179 New Couch $239 New Sleigh Beds $279 Come check out our great Prices on New and Used Furniture and New Mattresses!l! Now offering Lay Away Accepting Visa, Master charge, & Discover Seniors get an extra 10% off every Wednesday! saw several lead changes, the white-clad 'Cats came out victorious 60-55. Cling- ing to a one-point lead with less than thirty seconds re- maining, sophomore guard Caden Messer hit four free- throws to seal the victory. Blake Maze and Mac Becraft scored 19 and 11. With the win, the Wildcats improved their season record to 5-12. The LadyCats had no such drama in their 65-46 win over their Menifee County coun- ter-parts in the second game of the night. In fact, buoyed by three straight three-point- ers by Megan Leach in the second quarter, the team from Bath County cruised to a 16 point half-time lead. The lead would stretch to 33 in the third quarter be- fore Men[fee closed the gap in the final quarter. Sarah Price led the LadyCats in a balanced scorin attack with 13 points. Taylor Rog- ers added 10, while Megan Leach finished with 9. Jas- mine Flowers and Haleigh Porter chipped in with 8 and 7 respectively. On Thursday, the LadyCats had headed west on 1-64 to play Dunbar, one of the top-ranked teams in the tough llth Region. After staying close through three quarters, the Lady- Cats watched Dunbar reel off twelve straight points to start the final stanza and put the game away. Sarah Price played well in the losing ef- fort, scoring 20 points and pulling down 14 rebounds. Starting play this week, the LadyCats' record stands at 9 wins and 3 losses. The LadyCats have not had many home games this season, but will host 3 straight games starting on Wednesday this week. Mont- omerv Countv will arrive i City. of Owingsville Request for Statement of Qualifications And Notice of Intent to File Appalachian Regional Commission Application The City of Owingsville will accept statements of qualifications from consulting engineering firms for planning, design, construction, and other required engineer- ing related to a proposed water ground storage tank project. Firms wishing to be considered should send six copies of their statement of qualification, not exceeding 15 single-sided pages, to Jocelyn Gross, Project Administrator, Gateway Area Devel- opment District, 110 Lake Park Drive, Morehead, KY 40351. All documents must be sealed and marked on the outside "Request for Qualifications, Engineering Services, City of Owingsvine" Questions concerning this Request for Proposals should be addressed to Jocelyn Gross, Gateway Area Development District, 606.780.0090, ext. 2205. Proposals must be received by 4:00 p.m. local time on Monday, February 3, 2014. Statemenfs should include a description of the firm's capability and experience in the field of engineering for water ground storage tank construction, resumes of individu- als to be assigned to the project, a listing of similar projects along with reference information, and a description of the firm's familiarity with the project area and the ability to provide responsive service to the City of Owingsville. Firms responding to this request will be ranked according to the information submitted. The City of Owingsville will enter into negotiations with the highest ranked firm to execute an engineering services agreement. If the parties are unable to negotiate a satisfactory agreement, the second ranked firm will be contacted. Once a firm has been selected, all unsuccessful firms will be promptly notified. Sources of funding will include, but not be limited to, ARC Grant funds, and local monies. The formal solicitation of consulting engineering firms is being conducted to fulfill the requirements of USDA Rural Development. The City of Owingsville reserves the right to reject any and all responses, to waive any technicalities, and to negotiate with the respondent who most nearly meets the project requirements. The City of Owingsville is not responsible or liable for any costs incurred by the consultants replying to this request. The City of Owingsville is an equal opportunity employer and encourages responses from all qualified firms. Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 01.16.14 Courtesy of Bath County High School Congratulations to Anitra Thompson, who was the sec- ond place winner at the KY State Senior Beta Club Convention in December in the on-site colored pencil drawing competitlont ::l.L theWe : Student 0f .... ek_ k, - submitted by Aaron - Baldwin --- The Honors Board stu- = dent at Bath County High = School, for the week of = January 8th - January 15th -- as chosen by Mr. Anderson == is Austin Robinson. Mr. [[,/i[,ii,i,i; ';i r, ,ii[ because he "is a great stu- ---- dent who works hard on -= an everyday basis." When - asked about his selection, - Austin said, "I thoroughly == enjoyed partaking in Mr. - Anderson's class because- he was informative while- also maintaining a sense of --- -= Anderson picked Austin humor." = .Nll town early on Wednesday for a freshman, JV and V tri- ple-header. Coach Thomas and the LadyCats have been granted a waiver by the KH- SAA to wear black-uniforms on this night. They ask that you join them in '%lacking- out" the gym by donning black for the evening. The first 75 students in atten- dance will be given a t-shirt by Coach Thomas to pro- mote the event. The other two home contests are Var- sity-only affairs against El- Augusta on Friday. Come out this week and support our Bath County LadyCatsl Due to the weather, the BCMS Wildcats only played one game this week. On Thursday, the team traveled to Olive Hill for a game with West Carter. The seventh grade eked out a 4540 win for the program's only win of the night. The team will play three nights this week. Until next week, be safe, stay warm and always be a good sport! liot Counter on Thursdaz and cts Croplnsurance Services, Inc. II 410 Triport Road, Georgetown, KY. 40324 For all your crop insurance needs! Toll Free: 1-800-467-2919 Office: 502-868-5905 Fax: 502-868-5908 Email: crops@att.net Agents: Jerry Wiglesworth Cell: 859-227-0507 Jason Works Cell: 859-588-1272 Brenda Rector Cell: 859-588-1208 Garry Rector Cell: 859-229-3559 PUBLIC (LEGAL) NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT BATH COUNTY EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE Pursuant to Section 324, Title III of the Federal Superfund Amendments and Reau- thorization Act (SARA) of 1986 (PL 99-499), the following information is provided in compliance with the Community Right-to-Know requirements of the SARA Law, and the open meetings and open records provisions of Kentucky Revised Statutes. Members of the public may contact the Bath County Emergency Planning Commit- tee, at Post Office Box 735, Owingsville, Kentucky 40360, or by calling 606/674-6056. The Bath County Emergency Planning Committee conducts quarterly meetings at 648 Kendall Springs Road, Owingsville, or at other locations, in accordance with the Kentucky Open Meetings Law. Meetings dates, times and locations are published in the Community Calendar/Events for two weeks prior to the meeting. Members of the Public may request to be notified of regular or special meetings as provided in KRS 61.820 and KRS 61.825. Records of the Planning Committee, including the county emergency response plan, material safety data sheets, and inventory forms, or any follow-up emergency notices as may subsequently be issued, are open for inspec- tion, and members of the public who wish to review these records may do so at 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 648 Kendall Springs Road, as required by the Kentucky Open Records Law. The local 24-hour telephone number for purposes of emergency notification, as required by SARA, is 911. Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 01.16.14 i