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News Outlook February 04, 2021- 9 COMMUNITY Court News cont. from pg. 8 appeared, to April 20, 2021, for self-surrender. Dennis C. Jent. Arraign- ment. 1. Resisting arrest. C. Landon apt. P N/G, WFR, PC Jan. Dennis C. Jent, Arraign- ment. 1. Violation of IPO C. Landon apt. P N/ G, WFR, PC Jan. 26, Carl Clem. Pretrial con- ference. 1. Assault, 4th degree, dating violence (minor injury). Victim ap- peared on Zoom and re- quested case be dismissed. Defendant stipulated prob- able cause for arrest. Dis- missed at request of victim on record. Jeremy Henchon. Pre- liminary hearing. 1. Fla- grant nonsupport. Con’t. PH Mar. 23, Defen- dant to make payments to child support either in per- son or by wage assessment. Order to be tendered re- garding bond. Tracey Stewart. Proba- rtion revocation hearing. 1. Failure of owner to main- tain required insurance/ security lst. 2. Probation violation (for technical vio— lation. Defendant FTA, is— sue B/W John W. Wells. Probation revocation hearing. 1. As- sault, 4th degree, domestic violence, no visible injury. Probation violation (for technical violation). Cont. PRH Jan. 26, 2021. , John Wayne Wells. Pro- bation revocation hearing. 1. Carrying a concealed deadly weapon. Proba- tion violation (for technical violation). Cont. PRH Jan. John Wayne Wells. Pro- bation revocation hearing. 1. Public intoxication — con- trolled substance. Cont. PRH Jan. John Wayne Wells. Pro- bation revocation hearing. No/ expired registration plates. No/expi’fed Ky. registration receipt. 3. Fail- ure of owner to maintain required insurance/secu- rity, 2nd or >. 4. Failure to produce insurance card. 5. Failure to notify address change to Dept. of Trans- portation. 6. No tail lamps. 7. Probation violation (for technical violation). Cont. PRH Jan. Jan. 25, 2021 Hon. Don Blair to attend traffic safety program. Candace R Anderson. Arraignment. 1. No/ex- pired registration plates. No/expired Ky. regis- tration receipt. 3. Failure of owner to maintain re- quired insurance, 2nd or >. Defendant FTA, CN Apr. Franan D. Anderson. Arraignment. 1. Driving on DUI suspended license, lst offense. Failure to notify address change to Dept. of Trans. Appt. DPA, Plea N/ G. PC Apr. 20, Christina Alice Austin. Motion to revoke proba- tion. .1. Giving officer false identifying information. Operate ATV on roadway. 3. Operating on suspend- ed/revoked operator’s license. Defendant FTA, issue B/W. Tiffany Janeen Back. Motion to revoke proba— tion. 1. Public intoxication controlled substance. De- fendant-FTA, CN Feb. 16, ‘ Jeremy S. Bailey. Reset. 1. Speeding 15 mph over limit. Paid in full. Rachel N. Bays. Motion to revoke probation. 1. Fraudulent use of credit card u/S500 w/6 month period. Motion withdrawn. Paid in full. Eric G. Beamon. Motion to revoke probation. 1. Op- erating MV under/influ- ence of alcohol/ drugs etc. .08, lst offense. Failure to wear seat belts. 3. Fail- ure of owner to maintain required insurance/secu— rity, 2nd or >. 4. Failure to/ or improper signal. Mo- tion withdrawn. Debbie K; Black. Review. Criminal trespassing, 3rd degree. 2. Disorderly conduct, 2nd degree. 3. Re- sisting arrest. Strike from docket. Randall Lee Burton. Ar- raignment. 1. Failure of ownerto maintain required insurance/securith Z. Nita/expired: a, registration plates. 3. No/expired Ky. registration receipt. Dis- miss upon proof. Tempie Burton. Ar- raignment. Criminal pos- session forged instrument, 1st degree. Arr. Apr. 13, Sarah E. Carpenter. Mo tion to revoke probation. 1. Criminal possession forged instrument, 2nd de- gree. Criminal possess forged instrument, 3rd de- , gree. 3. Probation violation Cassie -L. Amador Reyes. Arraignment. 1. Speeding 5 mph over limit. Contin- ued First Appearance, Apr. III‘IIIBII [0 Bethe 3051! m (for technical violation). PRH Apr. 20, 201 Jacob Lee Compton. Other hearing. 1. No/ex- * t it Will 30 YEARS 0F SEIIIIIDE t t t llualltii Ilrhio Away. Inc. hoods om Ilrlvors with EXPERIEIIGE to Ilolhror lllotorhomos. Trucks. Busos. anti Tractors throughout tho Ilsn. lilo havo nioliun Iooatlohs Must hovo nor nhirslool aml ho mum to loot! loos. llo les in last 10 roars. amt cloan m. Somo lion-em uosltlohs avollahlo. ualit _ wwwuualltvdrweawavcom or call 574-642-2023 llnnlv unlino at N t I BKWlK4, Inc., d/b/a Owingsville Liquor Mart, Mailing address 86 Old Highway 36, Owingsville, KY 4036. Hereby declares intention to apply for a [NQ Malt Beverage Retail Package and Quota Retail Package License] no later then February 12,2021 , The business to be licensed will be located at 86 Old Highway 36, Owingsville, KY doing business as Owingsville Liquor Man The (owner(s); Principal Oflicers) are as follows: Ravi Singh of Clear Brook Ct., Mt. Sterling, KY 40353. Any person, association, corporation, or body politic may protest the granting of the licenses by writ- ing the Dept. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, 500 Mero Street, Suite 2NE33, Frankfort, Ky. 40601, within 30 days (KRS 243.430) of the date of this legal publication. Published in the Bath County News Outlook on PUBLIC NOTICE LOCAL BOARD PUBLIC HEARING The Menifee County Board of Education has scheduled a local Board public hearing on the proposed District Facility Plan for Monday, February at the Menifee Elementary Media Center at 5:30 p. m. The District Facility Plan lists the pending capital construction and/or renovation projects that the school district may undertake, and the priority order, if applicable, that projects will be initiated. Copies of the proposed District Facility Plan are available for examination by interested individu- als at the Board ofiice, 202 Back St, between 8:30 am. and 4:30 pm. on February Questions may be directed to Tim Spencer, Superintendent, at Central Office. Those individuals who would like to comment on the proposed District Fa- cility Plan may present oral or written comments at the local Board public hearing. The local Board of Education, after due process, will forward the approved District Facility Plan to the Kentucky Department of Education for ultimate approval by the State Board of Education. . The local Board public hearing is being scheduled in accordance with KRS 157.620, and regulated by 702 KAR 4:180. "This advertisement was paid for by the Menifee County School Board using taxpayer dollars in the amount of $56." Published in the Menifee County News Outlook on 02.04 02.11 of pired Ky. registration re- ceipt. No/ expired regis- tration plates 3. Failure to produce insurance card 4. Failure of owner to main- tain required insurance/ security, lst. OH Apr. 27, Marissa A Conkright. Motion to revoke proba- tion. 1. Operating motor vehicle under/influence of alcohol/drugs etc. .08, 1st offense. Improper turning. 3. Rear license not illuminated. 4. Wanton endangerment, 2nd de- gree. 5. Failure to produce insurance card. 6. Failure to wear seat belts. Motion withdrawn. Thomas Corey. Other hearing. Operating on suspended/ revoked opera- tor’s license. Defendant FTA. Issue B/W. 20 day surety notice. Feb. 23, Taunette Crouch. Mo- tion to revoke probation. 1. Theft by deception, in- clude cold checks u/SSOO 2. Probation violation (for technical violation). De- fendant FTA, issue B/W Tauntte Crouch. Mo tion to revoke probation. 1. Theft by deception, in- clude cold checks u/$500 Theftlby deception, in- clude cold checks u/$500 3. Theft by deception, in- clude cold checks u/$500. Defendant FTA, issue B/W. Taunette Crouch. M0— tion to revoke probation. 1. Theft by deception, in— clude cold checks u/$500 2. Probation violation (for technical violation). De- fendant FTA, issue B/W Taunette Crouch. Mo- tion to revoke probation. Theft by deception, in- clude cold checks u/$500 Probation violation (for technical violation). De- fendant FTA, issue B/W Robert Steven Davis. Motion to revoke proba- tion. Giving officer false identifying. information. PRH Feb. mm. Noah Dan‘el Dixon. Arraignment. Failure of owner to maintain re- quired insurance/ security, 1st. Defendant FTA, issue B/W. Johnny Donahue. Mo- tion to revoke probation. 1. Theft by deception, in—, clude cold checks u/$500 Theft by deception, in- clude cold checks u/$500 3. Theft by deception, in- clude cold checks u/$500 4. Theft by deception, in- clude cold checks u/$500 smug Tax Semce Specializng in 1040, Small Business and Farm Tax Returns 5. Theft by deception, in- clude cold checks u/SSOO Theft by deception, in- clude cold checks u/$500 7. Theft by deception, in- clude cold checks u/$500 8. Probation violation (for technical violation) 9. Pro- bation violation (for techni- cal violation). App. DPA Defendant to pay to- day. PRH Apr. 20, - David Dryden. Motion to revoke probation. 1. Public intoxication con- trolled substance. Motion withdrawn, defendant de- ceased. Emily Faye Edwards. Motion to reduce bond. Possession controlled sub- stance, lst degree, lst 0f- fense (methamphetamine) . Possession controlled substance, 1st degree, lst offense (heroin). 3. Pos- session of marijuana. 4. Possession of drug para- phernalia. 5. Failure to surrender revoked opera- tor’s license. Pass motion Bath County Memorial Library Updates Due to the Pandemic, the Library is altering our services to keep our com- munity safe: The Library is open from 9:30a—5:00p Monday through Friday The Bookmobile and the Sharpsburg branch will be returning to service as soon as possible. Please watch our website and Facebook pages for up dates. Bath Friday, February 5, Drive-By ‘ Palmer “J aybird” Crouch Memorial Chili & Soup Supper 4:30 pm. -7:30 pm. Contribution basis! Proceeds to benefit Jay- bird’s widow with medical expenses resulting from Jaybird’s illness. Menifee Menifee County Com— munity Blood Drive Thursday, February 4,‘ 12:30-5:30 pm Bethel Baptist Church Gym . KY-36, Frenchburg Blood donors must be at DUE TO COVID-19 WE ARE TAKING DROP-OFFS OR YOU CAN EMAIL YOUR ITEMS TO STULLS BELLSOUTH.NET Try one of our Country Platters Try one NEW Rotisserie Bites individual, in a basket or in a salad bowl Blizzard of the Month Brownie Dough Blizzard Don’t forget to get you a COOL LARGE DRINK in, our LARGE $1.00 Styrofoam Cup At Owingsville and both Morehead locations NOW HIRING Feb. 9, Cory N. Erwin. Motion to revoke probation. 1. Operating on suspended/ revoked operator’s license. Failure to produce in- surance card. 3. Failure of owner to maintain re- quired insurance/ security, 2nd or >. Motion with- drawn. Paid in full. Thomas Farris. Mo- tion to revoke probation. 1. Possession controlled substance, 3rd degree — drug unspecified. Motion withdrawn. Cody D. Ferguson. Mo- tion to revoke probation. 1. Menacing Resisting arrest. Defendant FTA, is- sue B/W. James. E. Ferguson. Motion to revoke proba- tion. 1. No/expired reg- istration plates No/ expired Ky. registration receipt. 3. Failure to pro- duce insurance card, 4. Failure of non-owner oper- ator to maintain required COMMUNITY CALENDAR least 17-years—old with parental consent), weigh at least pounds, be in general good health, show a photo ID. and meet ad- ditional requirements. Six- teen-year-old donors must have a signed parental permission slip, which can be found at kybloodcenter. org. Appointments are pre- ferred to ensure social distancing. A face covering is required to donate. To schedule a donation, visit kybloodcentemrg or call 800.775.2522. ATTENTION MCHS SE- NIORSI We will be hosting a Family FAFSA & College Application Night on Feb- ruary 4th from 4:00-6:30 in the MCHS, Media, Cen- ter. A representative; from KHEAA will be here to as- sist with completing the FAF SA which needs to be insurance, 2nd or >. 5. Op» erating on suspended/re- voked operator’s license. Defendant FTA, issue B/W Jeff Goldy. Other hear- ing. 1. Public intoxica- tion controlled substance. Appt. DPA, OH Feb. 9, to provide proof. Donald Lee Hellard. Re- set. Speeding 5 mph over limit. Defendant FTA, CN Mar. 30, Shiane Layne Hender— son. Reset. Speeding 5 mph over limit. Defendant FTA, CN Mar. Zachary Edward Ison. Reset. 1. Speeding 5 mph over limit. Reset Mar. 30, Verification of speedometer. RoxanaV. Jenkins. Oth- er hearing. 1. Theft by deception — include cold checks u/$500. Appt. Court News cont. on pg. 10 done for all students who are planning to attend col- lege in the fall. Representa- tives from MSU, EKU, and MCT C will also be here to speak about applications, scholarships, etc. Please sign up on the Menifee County School District’s V Facebook page to pick a time to attend. Area St. Claire HealthCare continues to offer COV- ID-19 testing just outside the St. Claire Medical Pa- vilion from 7 AM 2 PM, Monday, Tuesday, Thurs— day, and Friday, for anyone Who wants to be tested. Testing is available with- out an appointment for all individuals, even those that have already been. tested- hours.;fon.CQV— ID-19 testing are available on Wednesdays from 12 PM — 7 PM. PUBLIC NOTICE THE BATH COUNTY FISCAL COURT WILL BE ACCEPTING SEALED Em FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS: IBAQJLQB HORSE POWER 2 WHEEL DRIVE‘ CAB HEAT/AC RADIAL TIRES REAR WEIGHTS DELIVERY DATE SEALED BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 4:00 PM. ON FEBRU- ARY 10, 2021. SEALED BIDS WILL BE OPENED AT OUR NEXT FISCAL COURT MEETING ON FEBRUARY 11, AT AM. BIDS CAN BE DROPPED OF TO THE BATH COUNTY JUDGE EXECUTIVE’S OFFICE AT THE COURTHOUSE ANNEX LOCATED AT 19 EAST MAIN STREET OR MAILED To PO. BOX 39, OWINGS- VlLLE, KY 40360. ALL BIDS MUST BE MARKED SEALED BID THE BATH COUNTY FISCAL COURT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. “This advertisement was paid for by the Bath County Fiscal Court us- ing taxpayer dollars in the amount of $64." Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 04.21 COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY CLAUDETTE FAUDERE BATH COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK Administration has been granted by the district court of Bath County upon the following fiduciary appointments: Deceased: Junior Lee Romans Address: 1851 Cave Run Rd., Salt Lick, KY 40371 Fiduciary: Barbara Romans Address: 1010 Fraley Rd, Salt Lick, KY 40371 Date of Appointment: 1/5/2021 Creditors Must File Claims By: within 6 months Attorney: Hon. Kenneth Buckler Address: Dryhill Rd., PO Box 1890, Hyden, KY 41749 Deceased: Lucille Greer Address: 197 Treadway Dr., Owingsville, KY 40360 Fiduciary: Charlene Roberts Address: 197 Treadway Dr, Owingsville, KY 40360 Date of Appointment: 1/ 5/21 Creditors Must File Claims By: within 6 months Attorney: Kim Hunt Price Address: PO Box 1040, Owingsville, KY 40360 Deceased: Jimmie Martin, Jr. Address: 270 Ramey Road, Apt. A3, Sharpsburg, KY 40374 Fiduciary: Nancy Markwell Address: 3939 Moorefield Road, Carlisle, KY 4031 1 Date of Appointment: 1/ 5/21 Creditors Must File Claims By: within 6 months Attorney: Kim Hunt Price Address: PO Box 1040, Owingsville, KY 40360 Deceased: Palmer Crouch Address: PO Box 257, 114 E. Main St., Owingsville, KY 40360 Fiduciary: Estel Mae Crouch Address: PO Box 257, 114 E. Main St., Owingsville, KY 40360 Date of Appointment: 1/ Creditors Must File Claims By: within 6 months Attorney: Hon. Howard Stone Address: PO Box 172, Owingsville. KY 40360 Deceased: Teresa Ramey Address: 3916 McCarty Fiduciary: Fred Williams Sr M Address: PO Box 287, Owings Date of Appointment: Branch Rd., Olympia, KY 40358 Ann Curd ' e, KY 8: 3916 McCarty Branch Rd., Olympia, KY Creditors Must File Claims By: within 6 months Attorney: Kim Hunt Price Address: PO Box 1040, Owingsville, KY 40360 s/Claudette Faudere Bath County Circuit Clerk Published in the Bath County News-Outlook on