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00ccnc L THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK 1 Owingsville, Ky.--Week of February 21 - February 28, 2002 I 5 / need in order to better enjoy their time in an ATV. Its special design feature also provides ATV owners with an efficient storage place. Inventor, Jerry C. Fields of Phelps, Kentucky began developing his idea for the ATV Box in June of 2001. He was inspired to create this product while riding on an ATV. This original idea is now being made available for licensing to man- ufacturers interested in news prod- ucts development, especially in the recreational products industry. Mr. Fields is hoping to have the ATV Box in full production and available to the public within the very near future. Additional information about the ATV Box can be obtained by con- tacting the Publicity/Press depart- ment of Invention Technologies, Inc. at 800-940-9020 ext. 285 or at products @ Inven- tion Technologies, Inc. is a Coral Gables, Florida based furn that is handling the public relations for the ATV Box. night--Parents of BCHS varsity cheerleaders and basketball players escorted their Ihters on to the floor for an introduction prior to the Bath/Russell game last Friday night. honors parents as well as the players who are a part of both programs with recognition game. (News-Outlook photo, Ken Metz) openings American Youth Sports still have spring youth I tournament iv :ington, gh 12-13, 2002. will feature ten include 5th-  Ooys; 5th-6th grade girls: b boys; 7th grade girls; 8th girls; 9th- 10th 9th-10th grade girls; grade boys; llth-12th girls. All grades are based on the grade in which a student is currently enrolled. There is an entry free for this tournament and guarantees each team a minimum of two games. There will be awards presented in each bracket. The entry deadline is March 22, 2002. For additional information or an entry form, please call Shawn Dugre at the toll free Nays spring tourna- ment hotline at 1-888-629-2275, or tournament director Danny Haney at 606-223-7049. 61st District Basketball Tournament February 25, 26, 27, 28, March 1st at Morgan CO. High School Girls Thurs., Feb 28th - 7:30 p.m. 2002 61st District Champion Youth Baseball League meeting set for February 24 The Bath County Youth Baseball League will be holding its fLrSt par- ent and volunteer meeting on Sun- day, February 24, at 4 p.m. at the Bath County Middle School. Parents and volunteers help and cooperation keeps the program suc- cessfully growing, so please make every effort to attend. Inventor creates new device for ATVs A breakthrough new product has been created to help make a ride in an ATV more comfortable and conve- nient for everyone, this device is specially designed to provide riders with just about everything that they Boys Fri., March 1st - 7:30 p.m. 2002 61st District Champion Tax Professional Save You Money!" FILING- FAST REFUND DIRECT DEPOSIT AVAILABLE Brad FrizzeU- 683-5041 Mon.. Fri., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sat. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Let US answer dl of your tox questions ond concerns. slalo income lax preparation and accounting services for bUSinesses. Find out how recent tax law changes affecl you and what you can do to decrease your tax burden. Fast Refunds &amp; Eloctroak Filimj! Stull's Tax Service TIME Put the llZl on You L Sterling Fd. Stop By or Call Todayt Sat. 9-6, Sun. and Other Hours By Appointment Senate Democrats back measure to provide home loans More Kentucky working families would be eligible for low-interest home loans through the Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) under a Senate Democratic initiative that has drawn unanimous support on the Senate floor. Senate Bill 45, co-sponsored by state Sen. Ed Miller, D-Cynthiana, repeals the state-imposed income limits on KHC's homeownership loans and opens the way for an 1,000 additional households to receive be- low market-rate mortgage financ- ing. KHC averages about 2,400home loans per year. At an average loan amount of $75,000, these additional mortgages would annually generate $75,000,000 more in Kentucky's housing market, Sen. Jones said. "Currently, Kentucky's income restrictions for these loans are more restrictive than nay of our border states except for Tennessee," Sen. Miller said. "Our caucus has been working diligently on this issue be- cause we want more hard-working families across the state to enjoy the American dream of owning their own home." Despite recent cuts in the state budget, the legislation is fiscally sound, Sen Miller said, because funds for the Kentucky Housing Authority,, are derived from the interest earned through the sale of tax-exempt mort- Thank You Angie Beadle For all the hard work you've done for the Bath County Jr. Pro Basketball program. From, The Light Blue Team Plumbing Work New Construction and Repair ?::?,. .!:: . ! ":':'i::':"::i:?:' :$i;..:::-':'::;".'<::."":::.'::+.$:':":+.: !: i:::: :;::: : .::.: :,':,: :.:..,================================================== Mike Rose Home:"- 674-3208 SX, 999 0 John Deere has $I00.00 rebate plus one finance option 1.9%for 12 months , ,,,, $O clown. o 7.9%for 48 months, $OOO down .6 months same as cash/ These oFions good 2-15-2002 thru 5-31-2002 "Girls In Sports"  Kyla Sheelar and Elizabeth Evans participated in the MSU "Girls In Sports" event held February 9, 2002. They are pictured with two Morehead State cheerleaders and the Morehead State University mascot, Eagle. (Photo submitted by Libby Evans) gage revenue bonds. The sale of those bonds is strictly regulated by the federal government. "The money is there to lend," Sen., Miller said. "We just need to adjust these restrictions to make these loans more available." SB45 passed the Senate in a 38-0 vote on February 5 and has been assigned to the House State Govern- 1, ment Committee for action. The leg- islation now awaits action in the House of Representatives. Jones said he feels confident about its passage. Constituents with concern or ques- tions can call Sen. Miller toll-free at 1-800-372-7181. Letters for Sen. Miller can be addressed to his atten- tion at the State Capitol, Fankfort KY, 40601. =l 5eterS " to ...... the eltor are welol,e J $far00Tann00n.00 For Su0000er Royts S30.00 unlimited visits a month or $2.00 a visit. AUOTION March 16, 2002, I 1:00 A.M. TRACT 1 - 75 + acres with house - newer fencing - great pasture farmf TRACT 2 - 26+ acres, 9 bent bam, tobacco base - Sold separately and then combined with farm. Signs Posted- Olive Branch Road - Fleming County off Hwy. 11 South Mount Sterling Road at Bath County Line Call for more details 606-849-433 I Planok Real Estate Walker Auotion Mary Ann Planok. Broker Bron Walker, AuoUoneer [] 606-849-4331 606-798-2153  DoorBuster Price On Ultramecterin Cattle "Pour, On" Ivermecterin - $299.95- 5L J! Over 200 packs in stock: Y-TEX I.D Tags. 3 sizes, 7 colors! LA-200 Inj 500 ML- $4588, 250 ML.- $27.50 Piligard Pinkeye + 7-Way BlackLeg- $11.5010 dose, $51.95 50 dose Nutrena 'Beefcattle' Tub- $34.00 200 lb., 10+ $33.00 eaqh , Nutre 'All-Stock' Pellets BULK- Delivered to Farm- ASK! Diamond Hi-Energy "Sporting" Dog Food, 20% Fat- $13,00 50 lb. , Complete Une of 'Forage King' Seeds FEBRUARY IS RED CLOVER MONTH!! All Clover-Alfalfa Seed is Pre-lnoculated . Robust Red Clover- $1.38 lb. . Medium Red Clover- 82 Ib . Kenland Red Clover- $1 05 Ib . Buffalo Alfalfa- 89 lb. "Technology That Yields" Pioneer Seed Corn Book Now! Early Pay Discounts! . KY 31 Fescue with 10% OrchardGrass. 64 lb., 32.00 50 lb. . Warp's 4-Year Greenhouse Covers. Now In Stock!! Nutrena- ' E, rceltene l.i<h?" PECK'S FARM SUPPLY Toll Free 1-800-928-2421, Phone: 606-247-2421 Main Street, Sharpsburg Men. - Fri. 8 - 5, Sat. 8 - 1 Seed Since 1934"