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14 - April 6, 2017 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook *~ing economic opportunity , and .jobs for Kentuckians, ', we passed legislation on ,' the final day of session :.."to approve $15 million in *bonding for a potential $1 ": billion economic develop- ment project in eastern :,:;, Kentucky. This amendment House Bill 482 is the ::/direct result of an oppor- tunity that opened up as a result of Governor Bevin , ,, and the Economic Develop- .ment Cabinet seeking out new businesses to come to Kentucky and employ our citizens, many of whom are .struggling just to get by. ' According to the Bevin Ad- ministration, Kentucky is ' competing with one other state for this opportunity, our passage of this bonding will give the corn- ,,;,pany assurances as to our ability to help finance this . project. ., If Kentucky is chosen, it would provide 1,000 con- "strucfion jobs, including IP 500 permanent positions, , with an average annual sal- " , ary of $75,000. This is ex- : actly the type of economic C opportunity for our rural areas that we have been ,*fworking towards; and is a direct result of the Leg- 7***islature's and the Gover- :,(;nor's shared goal to make ' *_ Kentucky more business- friendly. It is my hope that this sort of positive eco- ; nomic news can spread all over the Commonwealth-so ,that all of our rural areas can prosper again. When you take into con- . sideration the important ,* work that we did earlier this session to protect innocent , , life, create jobs, and save taxpayer dollars, it's easy to ( see how significant this ses- sion was. We accomplished ',' a great deal on behalf of the citizens of Kentucky and I look forward to doing the ' same in sessions tr" ome. As always, I welcome your comments and concerns ).on any issues impacting "" our Commonwealth, even ,:o while we are not in session. 'I can be reached through i- the toll-free message line ,7, in Frankfort at 1-800-372- : : 7181, or you can contact me - ,via e-mail at david.hale@ :, :lrc.ky.gov. You can keep *i ,track of committee meet- : :ings and potential legisla- , tion through the Kentucky ;', Legislature Home Page at :. www.lrc.ky.gov. :i This column was pro- :'duced by House Major- 'ity Communications, and ,:, made available for House ' '0Republican Members to %. distribute. 4 ORGAN ........ Submitted by: Jane C. Ellington Ag Literacy Week Activities The Bath Co. Farm Bureau Federation Women's Committee joined with the Student Organization Educators Rising to have 4 high school students read to the Kindergarten and First Grade classes at Owingsville Elemen- tary books about farms, farm animals and the careers in farming and agriculture. The four students who read ::~ ~. ::::-:~:~:; :::::::::::::::::::::::: :-:.:: :... . ...~,~ ~::!:::~ii:::::::i :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::~: .;:.:-.:~:;:::::i:; ::. :: ~!; :::: :~: to the classes were Se- niors: Noah Patton, Lau- ren Craig, Alyssa Williams and Lexan Gilbert. (pic- tured reading are Alyssa Williams and Noah Pat- ton.) These students who plan to become teachers had a great time relating to the students in these classes. The books to read were provided by Bath Co. Farm Bureau Women's Committee. An- other activity of the week was to distribute a new book sponsored by Farm Bureau entitled "The Most Wonderful Dream" by Mitchell Tolle a famous Kentucky artist. The story is about children grow- ing up on a farm, loving the land and dreaming of farming as adults. A hard- back copy will be placed in each school library and in the two branches of the Public Library in Ba;h County. Distribution of this book is a state- wide project of the Farm Bureau Women's Commit- tees in every county in Kentucky. Bath County Tourism Director Brant Frizzell discussed displays for the planned County History Museum at the old courthouse on Wednesday evening. Eight of the large displays are planned to be used in the museum, along with the wall space along the back of the up- stairs courtroom and possibly the upstairs east wing of the courthouse for local military history. Local interest in the History Museum is growing, and plans are being made to have all of the displays con- structed by the end of April. If you are interested in taking part in the planning of the museum, or you have historical items you would like to donate, or loan, please contact any member of the Tourism Council (Frizzell, Rob Kiskaden, Jason York, Andy Crouch, Felicia Stalder, or Cecil Lawson). If your budget doesn't allow for up-front cash or credit purchase of the building you want, Consider our Rent-to- Own program. Our buildings are handcraft- ed by a team of skilled Amish (:()liege of Agricui~.~r, |rood ~wid E~'~v~'(W..ll~et',.t Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources Education Fleming Co. RE10126 BS Degree required Apply online at: https://ukjobs,uky, edu/ Deadline 4/23/17 For assistance call 859-257-1727 The University of Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer and en- courages applications from minori- ties and women. Many kudos and thanks to Lowell Rice and Alton Norman for their articles concerning alcohol, drugs, and gambling. Many children have to go hungry because of those situations. Emery V. Goodpaster Maraffion Petroleum Company LP has immediate openings for Professional Petroleum Transport Drivers in the area. 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Investments d/b/a~ Bath County News-Outlook, 81-A Water St., Owingsville, KY 40360 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Bath County News Outlook, PO Box 577, Owing i]ic, 0360 Members of the Kentucky Press Association The International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors ;'013 SUBSCRIPTION RATES $25.00 for year in Bath County, $30.00 elsewhere in Kentucky and $35.00 out of state. Subcriptions include sales tax where applicable. WE ENCOURAGE LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Bath County News-Outlook Welcomes letters to the editor. Letters must be signed and include a daytime phone number for confirmation. Unconfirmed letters and unsigned letters will not be published. Phone numbers are not published. We reserve the right to deny publication of letters and to edit letters for content. The deadline for letters to the editor is 5 p.m. Friday. Send letters to: Editor, Bath County News-Outlook P.O. Box 577 Owingsville, KY 40360 Letters may also be e-mailed to: cecil@kynewsgroup.com However, if e-mail is used, the sender should call 606-674-9994 to confirm that the letter was received. HOW TO REACH US Mailing address:P.O. Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360 Phone: 606-674-9994 ,. Fax: 606-674-2442 Email for news and advertising: cecil@kynewsgroup.com DEADLINES: Editorial copy deadline is 5 p.m. Friday. Advertising copy with proof deadline 5 p.m. Friday, advertising copy without proof, 10 a.m. Friday. Classified advertising deadline 10 a;m. Tuesday. PHOTOS/ELECTRONIC ADVERTISING: Color, black and white and digital photos are all accepted. Digital photos should be submitted in the jpg format and can he emailed. Old photos will be accepted at any time. Please do not submit newspaper clippings or photocopies. Photos may be picked up after they are published in the newspaper. Electronic Advertising must be submitted in pdf format and can be emailed to the above address. LEGALADvERTISING: Font-Arial, Size-7/8. Deadline 5 p.m, Friday. All submitted copy must be signed and include a daytime phone number. Bath County News-Outlook reserves the right to reject any submission to this newspaper. While it is the policy of this paper to print as much local material as possible, it is necessary to retain this right. We reserve the right to edit any submitted editorial material. The publication reserves the right to use the word Advertising at any time management feels it is appropriate. Advertisers assume responsibility for advertising content and shall hold without claim The Bath County New-Outlook for advertising published. The publisher is not liable for verbal or telephone materials taken with the intent of publishing. Any legal fees, collection costs or related charges will be the responsibilit3 advertiser in order to be submitted to any other publications.