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127th Year--Edition 34 P.O. Box * Ph.: March 22, 2012 SOME OF THE STORIES INSIDE THIS WEEWS ISSUE James Edward Fields Levi Merle Byrd Ms. Clide Carr Carrie Louise Dollar Ida lRse Butcher Tudor Marcella Mynhier Lambert Patricia Am Wilb Edm gail0aber Page 3 Page 4 It was a hoops-fest for the basketball junkie this week. With the PNC KH- 5AA Sweet Sixteen tak- hag place in Lexington's Rupp Arena and the NCAA Tournaments beginning play, was a virtual smor- gasbord of games. Page 4 Heaven is a lot like ALONG "IYIE RIVER "I 6r# became acquaint- eel with Tecumseh at the age of twelve years, and be- ing the same age myself; we became inseparable com- panions Tecumseh was always remarkable from his boyhood up for the dignity & rectitude of his deportment, Page 7 Page 8 Court News Page 9 Bath County Farm Bureau visits Frankfort Bath County Farm Bu- reau visits Frankfort for Legishtive Drive-In Volunteer leaders from Bath County Farm Bureau made a trip to the state capitol in Frank- fort on Wednesday, March 13, to meet with Representative San- hie Overlv. Page 9 I I I Photo by Cecil Lawson Overal winners Miller Spurlock and Emily Roark, with their exhibit, "Eye Witness Identification." Spurlock and Roark also won the blue ribbon for Behavioral Sciences. By Cecil Lawson This was also the first year in which the News Editor cecil@kynewsgroup.com Dana Maze Creativity Award was present- Bath County High School held its 5th ed, in honor of the late Dana Maze, who Annual Science Fair last Thursday, with had taught science at both the high school 70 entries and 140 participants from the and middle schools. The award was given high school. Top prizes for this year were to Liz Harmon for her exhibit, "Multivita- sponsored by St. Claire Regional Medi- min Girl Power," a study of the effect of cal Center, Citizens Bank and Owingsville stomach enzymes on the digestion ofvita- Banking Company. The first place overall rains. 3rd Place Overall winner Brandon prize of $100 went to Mime Spurlock and Fryman and Darren Carpenter were not Enu'ly Roark for their-e ibit, Eye Wit-" '-Pr esent to receive their awards; Fryman hess Identification," which they said was inspired by a curre Texas murder case. See on 14 By Cecil Lawson Fohl applied to be board attorney in Oc- News Editor cecil@kynewsgroup.comtober 2011, along with Kim Hunt Price. Price was hired, butwas let go in Novem- The Bath County School Board is in the ber, with Fohl hired in her place. Fohl process of hiring a Lexington attorney to was let go in December, and Price has review the employment contract of Supt. since remained board attorney. Nancy Hutchinson. The meeting got under way with Bill Last Tuesday evening, board members Boyd making a motion to go ahead and met for a special called meeting to sign , sign the contract she submitted. a contract submitted by attorney Dana Wtre're giving her an assignment. We Fohl that would allow her to investigate want her to carry that out," Bill Boyd said. Hutchinson's contract over the next three "I think the best thing we can do is to fa- to six months cilitate that to the best of our ability." Present for the meeting were Chair- Board attorney Price said that she had man Hurschell Rawlings, B. A. Frank- discussed the terms of employment with lin, and Bill Boyd, along with Board At- Fohl and suggested changes to a few torney Iftm Hunt Price, Asst. Superinten- paragraphs in the contract, including is- dent Steve Meadows, and attorney FohL sues of billing, money amounts, and lim- Supt. Hutchinson and board members itsto the service. Sandy Crouch and Lisa McFarland were "I don't see where adding these sugges- not present, lions causes any problems," Fohl added. B. A. Franklin made the motion,during last month's regular meeting to hire Fohl. gee on 14 Student leaders get taste of local government Submitted by Kelly Wilson Members of the Wildcat Leadership Council recently spent the day visiting our local government offices. They began at Judge Executive Lowell Jamison's Office and then on to the Circuit Clerk's Office. They received a mini lesson on the judicial system from Circuit Clerk Claudette Faudere as well as Circuit Judge Beth Maze. Judge Maze invited the students to observe criminal court which was their favorite part of the dayl After having lunch in the Old Court House Court Room, WLC visited the County Clerk's Office and received a tour from Carolyn Rogers and some instruction from Rogie Coyle. The students finished their day with Kathy Tapp in the PVA Office and some even got to see their parents home on the computer. Thanks to our County Government and Offi "cials. and their offices, and our Circuit Judge for being so accommodating to our students! Members of the Wildcat Leadership Council are: Austin Crank, Bethany Crouch, Brandon Bailey, Haliegh Porter, Hannah Smoot, Hayley Hornback, Hope Benson, Hunter Johnson, Jessica Copher, Kaitlyn Sammons, Kassandra Hamilton, Katelyn Harvey, Natalie Whltt, Tanorn Kissick, Taylor Moore, Tori Crouch, Tyler Bromagen, and Kelly J. Wilson, Sponsor (not pictured). By Cecil Lawson News Editor cecil@kynewsgroup.com A routine Kentucky State Police traffic checkpoint in Rowan County last Friday night uncovered stolen items from the Salt Lick Elementary School. KSP Troopers Scott Caudill and Michael Wathan were conducting a traffic safety checkpoint at the junction ot l.S. 60 and Bluestone Road Friday evening. Just after p. m. they stopped a 1999 Mercury Sable driven by Matthew Jenkins, 23, Wallingford. According to the KSP press release, Troopers Caudi- 11 and Wathan noticed several heater cores and several hundred pounds of copper and aluminum inside the car. When questioned, Jenkins and a passenger, Donald Holbrook, 29, Morehead; revealed that they had tak- en the metal materials from the Salt Lick Elementary School building. Jenkins and Holbrook were taken into custody, and they were both charged with Receiving Stolen Property. The two men were lodged in the Rowan County Deten- tion Center. According to Rowan County Jailer Don Hall, both men were released the following day on a $1500 surety bond each. The case remains under investigation by Trooper Can- dill, and the Kentucky State Police Post 8 in Morehead currently has no comment on the investigation. This is the second incident this year involving crimes committed involving the Salt Lick Elementary School. In early February four individuals from Menifee and Montgomery County were caught in the act of burglary and arrested by the Bath County Sheriff's Office. The Salt Lick Elementary School building was recent- ly reported to be in the process of purchased by the City of Salt Lick, announced during the February Bath Coun- ty School Board meeting. Keeping up with the weather Submitted by Stephanie Stewart With the opening of the Parks and Recreation facility on March 19, Stephanie Stewart, Bath County Emergency Management Director, presented Barbara Razor, one of the Board members, with a weather radio. The weather radio can be programmed to alert staff that severe weather is approaching, and secure the safety of everyone at the facility. ]