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6. March 17, 2010 Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook COURT NEWS BC District Court Wesley A.. Becraft; diver- sion; menacing - dismissed per county atty. Jessica Brooks; arraign- ment; speed 15mph over limit - placed on 24-mo diversion; fail to notify ad- dress change to DOT - OL produced, dismissed per lo- cal rule; license to be in poss - pruf produced, dismissed per local rule. Lindsay M. Burton; ar- raignment; susp OL - CFA to May 25th; no ins card - pruf produced, not valid at time of stop. Eugene W. Crain; reset; op MV u/infl (ba lv1.092); no ins card - CT April 13th. Dana M. Gillespie; ar- raignment; speed 13mph over limit - placed on 24-mo diversion; no ins card - pruf produced, not valid at time of stop, placed on 24-mo di- version. Christie L. Griffith; ar- raignment; speed 23mph over limit - prdg STS. John R. Holland; susp OL - def waives right to atty, p/g 90 days p/s 2 yrs - NVL; reckless driving - p/g $100 fine; no ms card- pruf produced, not valid at time of stop, dismissed per local rule. Johnathan E. Little; di- version; exp regis plates; fail to notify address change to DOT; fail to regis trans- fer of MV - dismissed per terms. Anita Tuttle Reffitt; di- version; criminal littering - dismissed per terms. Mark Sanders; arraign- ment: susp OL pn/g PC April 20th. Timothy W. Swartz; ar- raignment; speed 5mph over limit; fail to wear sb: fail to notify address change to DOT; no ms card - CFA May 25th. Jason F. Way; arraign- ment: speed 26mph over limit p/g $100: reckless driving- merge w/count one; exp regis plate - merge w/count 4; op MV u/infl (ba lvl .100) -- $200 fine and costs, ADE class, 45 days susp OL p/g in Ky. Jason Patrick Wood- ward; arraignment; PI (not alcohol); poss of drugs - pn/ g PC March 23rd. HLT vs Clifford Watson; CT -def FTA, judgment for plaintiff. Wesley A. Becraft: ar- raignment; reckless driving - pn/g time period waived: poss of drugs (3 counts), poss of drug paraph - PH April 20th. Katrina Byrd vs Henry Lee Kelly; hearing March 30th. Ashley N. Pack; arraign- ment; fail to wear sb, no ins card, exp Ky regis receipt, fail to notify address change to DOT, susp OL, fail to sur- render revoked OL - prdg PC April 20th. Fung Shen; arraignment; fleeing police, reckless driv- ing, disregarded signal to stop, no ins card, leaving scene of accident - prdg PC March 12th to be heard in Rowan County, interpreter to be present. Thomas E. Corey; reset; op MV u/infl (ba lvl .122) - p/g $200 fine and costs, ADE class, 45 day OL susp. Rachel Fultz; to enter plea; coldchecks (9 counts) - dismissed on motion of county atty, restitution pd. George Hernandez; pre- trial conf; exp Ky regis re- ceipt and exp regis plates - dismissed; no ins card, no OL - placed on 24-mo diver- sion, NVL, p/g $100 fine and costs; leaving scene of acci- dent - pn/g PC May llth; no OL, no ins card- amend- ed, def name to read Jorge Hernandez Escribano. Tabitha Hunt; pretrial conf; op MV u/infl, ,drug poss, Rx not in OC, no ins card - suppression hearing March 23rd. Gary W. Lykins; pretrial conf; harassment (2 counts) - placed on 24-mo diver- sion, no direct contact/com- munication w/victim, NVL, approved by victim in open court. Ricky N. Maze; pretrial conf; terroristic threat - p/g 30 days p/s 2 yrs, CTS, bal p/s 2 yrs no contact w/CW, immediate family members and Peggy Byrd, vacate home of Becky Maze, alco- hol treatment. Carl Perry; pretrial conf; op MV u/infl (ba lvl RF) - amended to DUI 1st, out- side of 5 yr time period, p/g $200 fine and costs, ADE class, 45 day OL susp; susp OL amended to 186.410 no OL - p/g $100 fie; MJ poss- p/g $100 fine. Larry J. Staton; review; no OL: no compliance w/ helmet law, no ms card, op MV u/infl (ba lvl BT) - dis- missed no helmet law, all other charges under ment. Linda C. Winniford; pre- trial conf; menacing- placed on 24-mo diversion, no con- tact/communication w/vic- tim or victim's work crew. Tina M. Cornwell; sen- tencing; op MV u/infl, win- dows not safety glass, fail to give oncoming MV ROW - reset May 25th. Amanda J. Reynolds; prelim hearing; wanton en- danger, op MV u/infl - PH cont March 23rd. Danny L. Adkins; ar- raignment; exp regis plates - pruf produced, dismissed per local rule. exp Ky regis receipt -- pruf produced, dismissed per local rule, def waives right to atty; no ins card - p/g 90 days p/s 2 yrs NVL; fail to wear sb- merge with count 6; reckless driv- ing - merge w/count 6; op MV u/infl - p/g $200 fine and cost, ADE class 45 day OL susp; open AC in MV - p/g $35 fine. Robert L. Burton; pre- trial conf; reckless driving - ltbs pending, PC May 1 lth; op MV u/infl - motion to dismiss by def counsel overruled. John Davis; pretrial conf; op MV u/infl (ba lvl .212) - p/g $200 fine and costs, ADE class, 45 day OL susp; poss open AC in MV - p/g $35 fine; reckless driving - merge with count 1. Michael McHale; ar- raignment; OL to be in poss - pruf provided, dismissed per local rule; op MV u/infl - prgg PC May l lth, pre- trial susp of OL ordered; no ins card - pruf produced, dismissed w/out prejudice. Armando Sandoval; ar- raignment; fail to wear sb, no ins card, no OL, op MV u/infl (ba lv1.168) - pNg PC May 1 lth. Arnold Lee Thompson; arraignment; reckless driv- ing, op MV u/infl, fail to no- tify address change to DOT - pNg PC May llth. John A. Whitton; arraign- ment; op MV u/infl - prgg, prob cause hearing April 13th, susp OL for refusal. Trevor Ginter; pretrial conf; op MV u/infl, no ins card, MJ poss, drug paraph poss- PC June 1st. Steven W. McCalvin; other hearing; op MV u/infl - prob cause hearing con- ducted, testimony taken, under advisement, order to be entered. Steven R. Crouch; CT; op MV u/infl - p/g $200 fine and costs, ADE class, 45 day OL susp. Meranda Farris; CT; 4th deg assault, terroristic threat- dismissed on mo- tion of county atty by re- quest of CW. David L. Shrout; pretrial conf; opMV u/infl- reset PC June 8th. SURPLUS PROPERTY INVITATION TO BID THE BATH COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT BOARD WILL BE ACCEPTING SEALED BIDS UNTIL MONDAY, MARCH 8, 2010 UNTIL 4:00 PM FOR A 1003 E-350 FORD AMBULANCE. THE AMBULANCE HAS 193,129 MILES AND MAY BE SEEN AT THE BATH COUNTYAMBULANCE SERVICE LOCATEDAT 78 ROWLAND AVENUE IN OWlNGSVILLE, KENTUCKY. BIDS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE AMBULANCE SERVICE BY MAIL AT P. O. BOX 381 OWlNGSVlLLE, KY OR AT THE OFFICE FROM 9:00 A.M. UNTIL 4 P.M. BIDS CAN BE HAND DELIVERED BUT SHOULD ONLY BE GIVEN TO THE DIRECTOR OR THE SECRETARY. SEALED BIDS MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED "2003 FORD AMBULANCE". THE BATH COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. ALL BIDS WILL BE OPENED AT THE NEXT BOARD MEETING ON MARCH 16, 2010 AT 12:00 P.M. ANY QUESTIONS CALL 606-674-8158. Need Extra Cash? B&T Payday EXPRESS Now Open'. 1105-B Indian Mound Drive Colony Shoppes, Mt. Sterling 659496-9614 Open Monday - Saturday Payday Advances Check Cashing J & J Construction Frenchburg, Ky 606-484-0058 Backhoe ,Dump truck Dozer Service .Framing .Add-Ons .Remodels Septice Systems .Decks ne For All Your Trucking Insurance Needs CALL HERITAGE MCGEHEE INSURANCE 1-888-333-4471 W jsta phone ll ay ELECT Ed "Big Ed" Proclamation of April 2010 as Spring Cleanup Month Whereas, the natural beauty of Southern and Eastam Kentucky is a treasure for its residents and tourists; Whereas, good stewardship of this distinctive environment is beneficial for the health, enjoyment and economic prospedty of the residents of Southem and Eastem Kentucky; Whereas, the PRIDE initiative encourages residents of Southem and Eastern Kentucky to take personal responsibility for the good stewardship of the region's exceptional environment; and Whereas, the annual PRIDE Spdng Cleanup is an opportunity for residents to demonstrate personal responsibility by volunteering to pick up litter along roadsides; and Whereas, Bath County is participating in the PRIDE Spdng Cleanup by organizing cleanup events and recruiting volunteers; and Be It Resolved that I, County Judge-Executive Carol;,n Belcher, do hereby proclaim the month of April 2010 to be PRIDE Spdng Cleanup Month in Bat h County. Be It Further Resolved that I encourage all residents of Bath County to participate in PRIDE Spring Cleanup Month. Given under my hand this 11 day of March, 2010, s:/Carolyn Belcher County-Judge Executive Published in The Bath County News-Outlook on Wednesday, Mar. 17, 2010 BATH COUNTY HAS BEEN AWARDED FEDERAL FUNDS UNDER THE EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER NATIONAL BOARD PROGRAM Bath County Local Emergency Food & Shelter Program Board has been chosen to receive $11,690.00 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in Bath County. The selection was made by a National Board that is chaired by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency and consists of representatives from American Red Cross; Catholic Charities' USA; National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.; The Salvation Army; United Jewish Federations of North America; and, United Way Worldwide. The Local Board was charged to distribute funds appropdated by Congress to help expand the food and shelter programs in high-need areas around the country. A Local Board made up of Bath County Fiscal Court, Owingsville City Mayor's Office, Ministerial Association, Cabinet for Families and Children, Cabinet for Permanency & Protection, Salvation Army, Gateway Community ,ction Organization, Gateway Homeless Shelter, Amedcan Red Cross and a homeless representative will determine how the funds awarded to the Bath County Fiscal Court are to be distributed among the emergency food and shelter programs run by local service agencies in the area. The Local Board is responsible for recommending agencies to receive these funds and any additional funds available under this phase of the program. Under the terms of the grant from the National Board, local agencies chosen to receive funds must: 1) be private voluntary non-profits or units of govemment, 2) be eligible to receive federal funds, 3) have an accounting system, 4) practice nondiscrimination, 5) have demonstrated the capability to deliver emergency food and/or shelter programs, and 6) if they are a private voluntary organization, they must have a voluntary board. Qualifying agenc=es are urged to apply. Bath County has distributed Emergency Food and Shelter funds previously with Christian Social Service Center, Inc participating. This agency was responsible for providing 2,730 meals at a cost of $0.74 cents per meal, 160 nights of lodging for the homeless, assisted 30 families with rent & mortgage and provided utility assistance to 99 families. Public or pdvate voluntary agencies interested in applying for Emergency Food and Shelter Program funds must contact Ann Lykes, Secretary, at P.O. Box 39, Owingsville, KY 40360 and/or call (606) 674-6346 for an application. The deadline for applications to be received is April 1, 2010 The Bath County Local Board will meet on Monday, Apdl 1,2010 at 3:30 in the Bath County Judge Executive Office. Published in The Bath County News.Outlook on Wednesday, Mar. 17 and 24, 2010 Now Accepting Patients " .111 \\; Podiatrist - Specializing in the medical and surgical treatment of foot and ankle disorders Call 498-5151 for an appointment Fred V. Laus, D.P.M. 112 W. High Street Mt. Sterling, Ky. Office Hours: 9:D0 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Proclamation Redbud Month April 2010 = Whereas, TOUR Southern and Eastern Kentucky's mission is to educate, expand, . develop and market the existing and potential tourism industry throughout southern and eastern Kentucky, while contdbuting to the economic, cultural growth, health and awareness, and overall quality of life of the region. Whereas, the Eastem Redbuds are native to the southern and eastern region of Kentucky; Whereas, Redbuds bloom annually beginning in April enhancing the southern and western Kentucky region with lush pinkish red blooms; Whereas, the Redbuds will allow southern and eastern Kentucky's tourist season to be 'jumpstarted' by offering visitation enticements of Redbud blooms and trails approximately a month and half pdor to the traditional tourism season for the area; Whereas, with the eady start of the ioudsm season and the additional toudsm visitations to local communities, this will spur new toudst dollars being spent thus bolstedng local economies; Whereas, the residents throughout southern and eastern Kentucky are encouraged tO participate in the Redbud month activities; Be It Resolved that the Board of Directors for TOUR Southem and Eastern Kentucky along with County Judge Executive Carolyn Belcher, do hereby proclaim the month of April 2010 to be Redbud Month in County in Bath County, in southem and eastem Kentucky. I'-- Given under my hand this 11 day of March, 2010. O a:l Carolyn Belcher County Judge Executive Published in The Bath County News-Outlook on Wednesday, Mar. 17, 2010