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10 - January 21, 2021 Hometoan News Outlook COMMUNITY 7 courtesy of Tommy Kiskaden In the era before there was a television in every home, many communities had their own movie theaters. These advertisements in the Bath County News-Outlook edition for July 15, l 1948, show the many “picture shows" that were available to local residents. Mt. Sterling had two theaters, the Trimble, located on West Main Street, and the Tabb, on Commonwealth . Drive. Older Bath County residents will remember the Maiestic Theater, located behind on the old courthouse on South Court Street. Even Salt Lick had its own outdoor theater, the Gem. Thanks to Tommy Kiskaden for finding this edition of the News-Outlook. ‘ AppHarvest Announces First Harvest of Tomatoes AppHarvest, a leading Ag’l‘ech company build- ing some of the country’s largest high-tech indoor farms to grow afford- able, nutritious fruits and vegetables atscale, has announced that its first— ever harvest— Beefsteak tomatoes from its 60—acre Morehead, Kentucky, flagship indoor farm will start to roll out in grocery stores this week. The sustainably grown tomatoes first Will be available in select national retailers such as Kroger, Publix, Walmart, Food City and Meijer. Shoppers will notable-to: find 'the‘ Beefsteak tomatoes in the produce aisle, co-branded with Sunset Grown, and the products are expected to be comparable in price to standard tomatoes. AppHarvest’s Beefsteak tomatoes are chemical pesticide-free, non-GMO and are grown with 100% recycled rainwater. . This first harvest oc- curs as AppHarvest con- tinues expansion plans for additional indoor farms to meet the increasing demand for sustainably grown U.S. produce. The company is preparing to list publicly after the clos- ing of the previously an- nounced business combi- nation of AppHarvest with Novus Capital Corpora- tion (Nasdaq: NOVS) and then will trade on Nasdaq under the ticker APPH. At ramp-up, AppHar- vest’s Morehead facil- ity alone is expected to produce about 45 million pounds of tomatoes an- nually from about 720,000 tomato plants, a mix of Beefsteak and “Tomatoes on the Vine.” AppHarvest has two more facilities under con- struction—a similar 60- plus acre facility outside Richmond, Ky., and a 15- acre facility to grow leafy greens in Berea, Ky. Ap- pHarvest also 'is planning for more facilities across Kentucky and Central Ap- palachia, with the goal of 12 total farms by the end of 2025. The AgTech company recently appointed Ap- pHarvest Board Member David Lee as president to manage strategy and operations, 'W’hile‘b lead- ingitthe sales, marketing and finance functions as AppHarvest continues to grow as a sustainable fresh foods company. Lee joins AppHarvest from Impossible Foods, where he has served as chief financial officer since 2015 and is credited with significant growth ac- complishments including securing more than $1.3 billion in funding to ac- celerate manufacturing, product development and distribution. In August 2020, Ap- pHarvest announced that food entrepreneur and icon Martha Stewart and best-selling author and investor J .D. Vance would join the board of direc- tors, alongside Inclusive Capital Partners Founder & Managing Partner Jef- frey Ubben and Rise of the Rest Seed Funds Partner Anna Mason and others committed to transform- ing the future of agricul- t1'1re and supporting en- trepreneurial efforts in Middle-America. AppHarvest’s high—tech Slte valley Christian Church Drive-I 11' Singspimtion indoor farms are designed to use 90% less water with yields that are up to 30 times higher compared to traditional open-field agriculture on the same amount of land. Its loca- tion in Appalachia allows it to deliver a strong so- cial impact by building a diversified economy in economically distressed areas of the country, while enabling its prod- ucts to reach about 70% of the US. population within a single day’s drive. As a result, AppHarvest ex- pects to deliver fresher- frtijt‘s'and Vegetables, "(rip- I enedsorrzthe vineior flavor and nutrition, with an 80% reduction in diesel consumption required for transportation, as com- pared to produce shipped from Mexico. “As a mission-driven company that prioritizes Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles, this first har- vest is monumental for our business, and we want to set a benchmark for the industry,” said Jonathan Webb, founder and CEO. “We are determined to build a climate-resilient infrastructure to offer folks a_ delicious tomato that is sustainably grown right here in Appalachia with 100% recycled rain- water and zero chemical pesticides, making it bet— ter for both them and the environment.” “AppHarvest’s high- tech, sustainable ap- proach is the future of food, and this first harvest allows us to provide con- . sumers with chemical pes- ticide-free, nutrient-rich, flavorful produce that’s January 3-1st,_2021 at 6:00 pm SpeciaISingers: Crown Quartet formally the Master’s Trio And, ohe'rs Will be singing as H yearly sample tomatoes, making a difference they can feel good about,” said Martha Stewart, Board Member of AppHarvest. “I’ve been testing the which are delicious, and I’m already looking for- ward to integrating them into my kitchen and reci- pes this year.” For more information on where to purchase Ap- pHarvest products, visit www.AppHarvest.com. Photos courtesy of AppHarvest GOVERNMENT FORECLOSURE SALE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2021 10:00 AM. AT BATH COUNTY COURTHOUSE ANNEX 19 E. MAIN STREET, OWlNGSVlLLE, KY/BATH COUNTY HOUSE AND LOT 61 OBERLINE STREET, OWlNGSVlLLE, KY 40360 it consists of a living room, kitchen, lwoborooms, and one bath, This property is considered unsuitable for the Rural Develop ment, Housing Program. This would be an excellent buy for an investor interested in rental property or for resale after minor repairs. Open house will not be held. Property may be made available tor viewing on a case by case basis and by appointment only. The minimum acceptable bid tor this property is $26,800.00. Payment of the current year’s property taxes are the responsibility of the purchaser. Clear title to this property is not warranted. The U.S. Marshal’s Dead is not a general warranty deed. Buyers are advised to have the property’s title examined, Written notification regarding encumbrances on the property must be made to the Rowan County Rural Development Office within 30 days. *********‘k******ir*‘krl-ill-*tri*******************i********************** LEGAL NOTlCE Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, February 11. 2021, at 10:00 am. at Bath County Courthouse Annex, l9 E. Main St, Owingsville, Kentucky, in order to raise the sum of $41,796.60. as of June 26. 2018 which includes the amount of $2l 362.62 in subsidy interest credits. Interest is accruing on the unpaid principal balance at the rate ol $48639 per day alter June 26, 2018, untll the date oi entry of judgment herein and interest thereafter on the judgment amount at the rate of 1.55 percent per annum, until paid in full and tor the costs of this action. pursuant to Judgment and Order of Sale, being Civil Action No. 5:1 S-CV- 00235—GFVT on the Lexington Docket oi the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky. entered on January 15. 2020, in the case of United States of America vs, Unknown heirs oi Bernie Wright, $1., at at, the following described property will be sold to the highest and best bidder: ' House and lot located at 61 Oberline Street. Owingsvilie, KY 40360 TERMS OF SALE: Ten percent (10%) of the bid price (in the form of a Codified Check made payable to the US. Marshal) on the day oi the sale with good and sufficient bond for the balance, bearing interest at the rate of 1.55 percent per annum until paid, due and payable in 60 days and said bond having the effect of a Judgment. Upon a default by the Purchaser, the deposit shall be forteited and retained by the 0.8. Marshal as a part of the Proceeds of the sale. and the property shall again be altered tar sale subject to confirmation by the Court. This sale shall be in bar and foreclosure of all right, title, interest, estate claim, demand or equityoi redemption oi the detendantls) and or all persons claiming by, through, under or against them, provided the purchase price is equal to two‘thirds oi the appraised value. it the purchase price is not equal to two~thirds of the appraised value, the Deed shall contain in a lien in favor oith‘é detendanfls) reflecting the right of the detendani(s) to redeem during the period provided by law (KRS 426.530}. Under law. the purchaser is deemed to be on notice of all matters attesting the property of record in the local County Clerk’s Office. inquiries should be directed to: Paula Smith, Single Family Housing Specialist RURAL DEVELOPMENT AREA OFFlCE Morehead. Kentucky Telephone: 606-784-6447 C v'1' ’m'A -V.v. 'u'A“l.~ v In. <5 -- v ‘.'.:'.‘I-V4T‘.""‘ Wuvn -‘ -‘.'A 'l" u. n ‘ ‘4‘a‘A n u - V.‘L'L a. g u at n.-;-. a‘