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.KyN Group 1he News-Outlook is now published on Thursday (USPS 045260) ************************** ADC 458 958 81 Ol 58 39P 255 SMALLTOWN NEWSPAPERS,/**C005 217 W COTA ST '/ ! ## SHELTON WA 98584-2263 , I ll.llv,lhhdlq.hl,ildlh,l vhlv,hlhll%hhl.li 128th YearmEdition 16 P.O. Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360 Ph.: 606-674-9994 April 18, 2013 dru By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com I I A Bath County man wanted on a fugitive war-, rant from Florida was ar- rested by Kentucky State Police on Wednesday. Larry D. McCarty, 44, of Olympia, was arrested following a traffic stop on U. S. 60 East in Salt Lick by Kentucky State Police Trooper Jonathan Moore Wednesday evening. According to court documents, McCarty was charged with a number of moving violations, includ- photo courtesy of Montgomery Co. Re- gional Jail Larry D. McCart ing no/expired registra- tion plates, no/expired registration receipt, fail- ure to produce insurance card, failure of non-owner operator to maintain re- quired insurance/secu- rity, and no operator's license. McCarty also had a Florida warrant for his arrest from the Brevard County Sheriff's Of- fice in Titusvine, for the charges of conspiracy to commit trafficking in ille- gal drugs, 14/28 grams, and trafficking in illegal drugs, 14 to 28 grams. McCarty was one of seven local men charged with drug trafficking in May 2011 in Titusvllle, Florida, following an undercover police sting operation. The other six were Steven Thompson; MATIItEW MITCHELL SPEAKS by Cecil Lawson Mark Butcher; Barry Pergram; Terry Wills; Jeffrey Blankenship; and Pierce Gibbs (see side- bar) At the of their ar- rests they were allegedly in possession of almost 1216 Hydrocodone pills, 1346 Oxycodone 30 rng pills, and 389 Xanax pills, totally 792 grams, and nearly $10,000 cash. McCarty was released on his own recognizance from the Brevard County Jail in September 2011. He is currently being held in the Montgom- ery County Regional Jail without bond. TO FCA University of Kentucky Women's Basketball Coach Matthew Mitch- ell spoke Monday el- ternoon to an assam- bly of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at the Bath County High School gym. Mitchell has coached at UK for six seasons and has led them to four NCAA tournaments. He has also been named SEC Coach of the Year twice. Mitchell spoke with students about the dif- ference between far as "trylng to not mess up" and faith as love of God and others He noted that develop Ing a relatlonshlp wlth to making good deci- sions in decisions. He also pointed out that success In life comes from being a person of faith and someone God through preyer, who has some pea. scripture reading, and slonate purSUit. fellowship is crucial By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@ kynewsgroup.com A few details have ap- peared about a More- head man wanted in con- nection with two recent residential fires in Bath County Kentucky State Police, Post 8, Morehead, an nounced on Wednesday, April 10, that a warrant had been issued for the arrest of Gene A. Glover for second degree arson. He is wanted in an on- going investigation of two home fires on U. S 60 in Salt Lick and Polksville in the early morning hours of March 20. KSP reported that Glover had connections 't " in Olive Hill, and Lexington and that his whereabouts were unknown at the time. Since that announce- ment was made, a num- ber of community sourc- es have added details to the pictures of Glover. KentuCky State Police Arson cont. on pg. 22 photo courtesy of KSP Gone A. Glover COMMUNITY FORUM Thursday, April 18, at figuration of the current 6p.m. two Preschool through Bath County Board of5th Grade Schools to Education Annex one Preschool through Discussion on the pos- 2nd Grade School and l sibility of school recon- one 3rd through 5th figuration Grade School. Your feedback is re-Please attend the fo- quested on the possibil, rum to participate in the Sty of changing the con- open discussion. 'Scott & ' Regina SUgall Are you tired of your money only earning i/4%, 1/2%, 3/4%, or 1%!!!!!!!!!!![[ BUY GOLD OR SILVER Gold projected to go $5,000.00 an ounce bq 2015. Silver projects to triple in price bij 2013 Heed help moving tjour 40 I k, IRA, or RothlUl Call the Gates Insurance team at (606)683-2104 4, @ 4,