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12- March 22, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook It's difficult to be com- pletely prepared for some of the severe weather in Kentucky, especially the recent tornado outbreak. But, advanced planning can help ensure that your loved ones and your prop- erty will be as safe as possi- ble if disaster strikes. The Bath County Farm Bureau visits Frankfort for Legislative Drive-ln Volunteer leaders from Bath County Farm Bureau made a trip to same concept of prepara- the state capitol in Frankfort on Wednesday, March 13, to meet tion applies to woodland with Representative Sannie Overly. The group was welcomed owners managing their into Representative Ovefly's office to discuss the interests of property after storm dam- Kentucky's agricultural livelihood and the priority issues set age. forth during Kentucky Farm Bureau's annual meeting this past Kentucky woodland December. The list of priorities supported by Kentucky Farm Bureau memberShip includes: funding for the Breathitt Veterinary Center in Hopkinsville, maintaining 50% of the Master Settlement Agreement funds to the Agricultural Development Board, continued funding of the Soil Erosion and Water Quality Cost- Share Program, ensuring that career and technical education remains a strong and viable program, and addressing Kentucky's owners should learn about safety in storm-damaged woods, storm timber as- sessment, types of dam- age and locations that can affect salvage intensity and timing. It's best to work with a local professional All part of growing up[ Submitted by Kelly Wilson feral hogs issue. Caleb White, Curren Shrout and Cory Ripato all tried their hand at food From left to right: Marshall Coyle (left), Aitldn Buckler (center preparation during the latest presentation of Y.A.N.K.A. The acronym stands left) and his granddaughter, Riley Warner (center right), met with for You Are Not a Kid Anymore and is presented to sophomores in Mr. Juan Representative Sannie Overly in Frankfort on Wednesday, March Armitage's class. There are three subjects covered including Healthy Microwave 13, to discuss the needed support of many agricultural programs Cooking, Drug Awareness and Anti-Bullying, and basic banking/financial tips. across the state and in Bath County. forester to make these de- cisions. To become more pre- pared to handle storm damage in woodlands, visit http://www.ukforestry.org at 9 a. m. CN to parties and attorneys of record. Commonwealth vs.Ricky T. Pitts. ARR Commonwealth vs. Mary.R. Crouch. ARR 1. District COtlt. from page 9 Reckless Driving. 2. Fail- ure of Owner to Maintain Insurance/Security, 1st. 3. Operating Motor Ve- hicle Under/Influence of Alcohol/Drugs, etc., .08, 1st Offense. Reset for 1. No/Expired Registra- 3/13/12 at 9 a. m. tion Plates. 2. No/Ex-Commonwealth vs. pired Kentucky Registra- James W. Barker. Qth- tion Receipt. 3. Failure to er Hearing. Reset f0f' Wear Seat Belts. Reset3/27/12 at 9 a. m. CN to . for 3/27/12 at 9 a. m. CN to parties and attorneys of record. Commonwealth vs. Tina M. Rogers. ARR. 1. No/ Expired Kentucky Regis- tration Receipt. 2. No/Ex- pired Registration Plates 3. Failure to Produce In- surance Card. Reset for 3/27/12 at 9 a. m. CN to parties and attorneys of record. parties and attorneys of record. Commonwealth vs. Wil- liam D. Chapman. Pretri- al Coference. 1. Criminal Possession of Forged In- strument, 3rd Degree. 2. Theft by Unlawful Tak- ing/Disposition "All Oth- ers. Reset for 3/27/12 at 9 a. m. CN to parties and at- Failure to Produce Insur- ance Card. Motion to dis- miss on proof by County Attorney sustained. Cer- tify Copy to Crossroads in Corbin, Kentucky. March 8 Menifee Circuit Court Courtroom 1 Hon. Beth Lewis Maze Commonwealth vs. Kev- in Ray Moore. Pretrial Conference. Summons. 1. Burglary, 3rd Degree. 2. Persistent Felony Offend- er, 1st Degree. Motion to Supress, 4/12/12 at 10 a. m., Report filed. Commonwealth vs. Jamey Darrell Osborne. torneys of record. Pretrial Conference. 1. Commonwealth vs. JOsh: Tampering with Physical Commonwelath vs. Jes- sica S Noble. Motion Hour. Motion withdrawn. Commonwealth vs. Jim- my Smallwood. Motion Hour. 6 months added to probation. Probation not revoked. Extended. Commonwealth vs. Jim- my Smallwood. Motion Hour. 6 months added to probation. Probation not revoked. Extended. Commonwealth vs. Ste- ven Ray Wages. ARR. 1. Criminal Mischief, 1st De- gree. 2. Persistent Fel- ony Offender, 1st De- gree. Waive formal ar- raigument. NG plea. JT 5/30/12 at 9 a. m. Report 5/16/12. Commonwealth vs. Rod- hey Willoughby. To En- ter Plea. 1. Theft by Fail- ure to Make Required Dis- position of Property. 2. Nickie A. Miller. ARK 1. Burglary, 2nd Degree..2 Persistent Felony Offend- er. Cont. 5/10/12 at 10 a. m. Court to prepare transport order for de- fendant, lodged in Powell Co. Jail. Commonwealth vs. Cody Hall. I Bur- glary, 2nd Degree. De- fendant failed to appear, issue BW; $I0,000 full cash bond. Commonwealth vs. Melissa K. Brown. Other Hearing. Court to reset. Michael A. Stidham vs. Kathleen Patricia Stid- ham. Domestic Violence. Dismissed. Order to be entered. /J ! would like to send out a big Man you to the whole community for every- thing. An extra thank you to Ray Wells and Mike and Linda Combs. Not only for the benefit, which went great,but also for the concern,help, love and above all else for everyone's prayers. It is all greatly appreciated. Please continue to keep me in your prayers. Commonwealth vs. John W. Lucks. Probation Revo- Evidence. TEP 3/22/12 at Theft by Failure to Make E Spencer. 1. No/Ex- cation Heating. 1. Proba- 10a. m. Report filed. Required Disposition of Thanks pired Registration Plates. tion Violation. Reset for Commonwealth vs. Ry- Property. Cont. 5/10/12 Bobble Shaw 2. No/t xph:ed Kentucky 3/27/12 at 9 a. m. CNto anA. Smallwood. Pretrial atl0a, m. . l~_gis~R~ceipt. 3. -parties ~d attorneys ofConference. ~;~rson, 3rd Commonwealth ,: Failure~tf6Wear Seat Belts. record, i Degree. TEP21/t2/12at Steve Prater. 'Coiat_" PC Reset for 3/27/12 at 9 a. Commonwealth vs. 10 a.m. Report filed. 4/12/12 at 9 a. m. Court m. CN to parties and attor- Crystal MichellePoole, Commonwealth vs. Ash- notice to defendant and At- tome Graves Kenneth Ashby (Kendale) 3 23 neys of record. Court Trial. 1. Theft by. ley L. Goble, ARIL War-Y Commonwealth vs. Unlawful Taking/Disp0- rant. Defendant to payCommonwealth vs. Jo- Kenneth Ashby(Kendale) 67.84 Halie Jo Vice. Continued sition - All Others. Reset $500 to PD fund before seph Cooper. BW served Stephen & Cynthia Bliffen 121.1.6 First Appearance. 1. Op- erate Motor Vehicle Un- der/Influence of Alco- hol/Drugs, .08, 2nd Of- fense. 2. Driving on DUI James G. Roe, Jr. Pretri- ing. NG plea. Appt. DPA Suspended License, 1stal Conference. 1. No/Ex- to represent. PC 5/10/12 Offfense. 3. Possession Pired Kentucky Registra- at 9 a. m. JT 12/3/12 at 9 a. of Controlled Substance - tion Receipt. 2. No/Ex- m. Report date, 11/19/12. Drug Unspecified. Reset pired Registration Plates. Commonwealth vs Bri- for 3/27/12 at 9 a. m. CN 3. Failure to Produce In- an Ishmael. Other Hear- to parties and attorneys of surance Card. 4. Oper-hag. Defendant in compli- for 3/27/12 at 9 a. m. CN conclusion of case. L for probation violations. to parties and attorneys of Theft by UnlawfulTak- Appt. DPA. Exended pro- record, ing/Disposition - All Oth: bation 6 months. Released Commonwealth vs. ers. Waive formal read- from custody. Commonwealth vs. Kyle D. Leggett. Motion Hour. 1. Criminal Mischief, 1st Degree. 2. Theft by Un- lawful Taking, $10,000 or More. 3. Burglary, 3rd Degree. 4. Criminal Mis- Mandora Boyd Yvonne Curran Caskey Larry B & Casey Coffey Darlene Ellis Roger D. Fairchild Helen Haney Estate Sheena ]ohnson ]ones Billy & Donna Martin Billy & Donna Martin 77.54 109.84 168.00 116.31 25.85 122.77 93.69 29.08 16.15 record, ating on Suspended/Re-ance. Strike from docket, chief, 3rd Degree. 5. Per- Donald & Cheryl Robinson 166.38 Commonwealth vs. voked Operators Licen . Commonwealth vs. Jen- sistent Felony Offender, Marvin Short 54.92 Martina P. Warren. AR1L Reset for 3/27/12 at 9 a. ny M. Lyons. Sentencing. 2nd Degree. JT Contin-Clearvu OPP XIV LLC (Donnie Slone) 177.69 1. No/Expired Kentuckym. CN to parties and attor- Probation revoked. To ued. JT5/30/12at9a. m.SherryWalters 1i3.07 Registration Receipt. 2. neys of record, serve original 3 year sen- Report 5/16/12 No/Expired Registration Commonwealth vs. tence. Commonwealth vs. Plates. 3. Failure to Pro- Dwaine McKinnon. ARR. Total: $1,463.52 duce Insurance Card. Re- 1. Operating Motor Vehi- set for 3/27/12 at 9 a.m. cle Under/Influence of Al- Published in the Outlook 3.22.12 CN t parties and attr- chl/Drugs' etc" "08' 1st neys of record. Offense. Must Complete Commonwealth Larry Program at Crossroad, M. Bartley. Other Hear- Crossroads to file report ing. Warrant. Reset for within 25 days with court The Board of Directors of Christian Social Services, Inc. 3/27/12 at 9 a. m. CN to as to progress. Minimum takes this opportunity to thank all of you who gave gen- parties and attorneys of required penalties, 45 day erously to the building purchase project and, thereby, record. Court notice to license suspension, $200 provided a permanent home for this vital ministry to Defendant and Surety. fine, $375 service and our community. Many people from Bath County, Me- Commonwealth vs. cost. 2. Failure to Wear nifee County and other areas contributed to the success Denzil C. Brewer. ARR 1.Seat Belts. $25 flne.:,~ 3. of this project. It was our goal to raise $25,000 as a down Reckless Driving. 2. Fail- payment on the building but with your gracious support and the hard work of churches, civic organizations, busi- ure of Owner to Maintain Required Insurance/Secu- rity 1st. 3. Operation Mo- tor Vehicle Under/Influ- ence of Alcohol/Drugs, .08, 1st Offense. Reset for 3/27/12 at 9 a. m. CN to parties and attorneys of record. Commonwealth vs. Ja- son Fugett. ARR. 1. Pos- session of Marijuana. 2. Drug Paraphernalia - Buy/Posses. 3. Convict- ed Felon in Possessio of a Handgun. Reset for 3/13/12 at 9 a. m. Commonwealth vs. Lib lian Riddle. ARR. 1. Bur- glary, 2nd. Dgree. 2. Theft by Unlawful Tak- ing/Disposition - All Oth- ers. 3. Criminal Mischief, 1st Degree. 4. Criminal Mischief, 3rd Degree. 5. Terroristic Threatening, 3rd Degree. 6. Terroris- tic Threatening, 3rd De- gree. 7. Alcohol Intoxica- tion in a Public Place, 1st and 2nd Offenses. Reset for 3/13/12 at 9 a. m. O CALL H O O And We'll Be There For You! Lowest Rates in the State of Kentucky/ INSURANCE nesses and individuals, we were able to raise in excess of $42,000, and the purchase of the building has now been completed. This phenomenal achievement is testimony to the impor- tance of the ministry Christian Social Services provides to our community and it is testimony to the thingswe can achieve when we partner together for a cause in which we believe. In so many ways, Christian Social Services serves the needs of families in our community and we commit m you that we will have an open, responsible and accountable ministry that responds to the needs of others and we will maintain integrity in our operations that will make you even more proud of our services. We also recognize the partnering spirit of our three lo- cal banks, The Citizens Bank, The Owingsville Banking Company and the Salt Lick, Deposit Bank in that they worked in unison with us to make this purchase possible. Also, we than the Arnold and Eula Miller Family for co- operating with us in this project. This achievement is just one more indication of what we can do when we join together for a cause in which we believe and one that truly makes a difference. There are challenges to meet as we continue the ministry of Christian Social Services and with your continued sup- port, we can accomplish greater things than we have ever accomplished before. Again, thank you, and know that your generosity is appreciated more than these meager words can ever say. Blessings, Board of Directors Christian Social Services, Inc. 44 Coyle Street p.O. Box 1111 Owingsville, ICy. 40360