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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper April 18, 2013 - 5 submitted by Amy Rushing CONGRATULATIONS to these students for setting a MAP Testing Goal for themselves and meeting or exceeding their goal for the spring testing windowl Haylee Dollar, Elese Lewis, Brock Donohew, Justin Davidson, JD McKenzie, Jasyln Means, Ethan Fair, Kris Mullins, Aubary Copher, and Trevor Dummitt are part of Mrs. Rushing's Read- ing and/or Math RTI groups Each student set a goal for themselves on spring MAP testing based on their winter score. Many students made great strides towards meeting their goal and these students met or exceeded their goall We celebrated on Friday with lunch in the room with Mrs. Rushingl Way to go - setting goals and working hard to achieve theml I am so proud of these studentsl They have worked so very hard for me this year. )d 0 0 pr Megan submitted by Kristal Robinson Megan Henderson recently took three dif- ferent Microsoft Office 2010 tests (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and successfully passed all three. People vcho pass the Office Specialist exams are frequently employed in professions outside of the computer field. They The Microsoft Office System of products has helped the Office Spe- cialist meet deadlines, impress managers, and perform work more ef- ficiently. Office Special- ists are interested in improving their skills and increasing their opportunities. As more and more employers begin looking for verifi- cation of employee soft- ware skills, you have no Preschool/Head Start A small number of their children have been thalmologist county-wide registration four-year-olds may be en- fed and have rested prop- 6. dental exam are real people perform- better way to stand out for the 2012-2013 school rolled by paying tuition, erly prior to registration. If the above pieces of ing a wide variety of from the crowd than to information are not avail year will take place from This number is deter- Please bring the follow- ""1 n "s-'" n " - jobs. Whether in a largeshow your credentials 9:00 to 3:00 at the Gate- mined by space available ing pieces of information an e o egi trauo flay, ^. corporation or a small as a speclahst in the way Head Start Building upon enrollment of all to registration: they lvluol uc v,uwucu . . office, Office Speclalmts software that a job re- (Kendall Springs Road)income eligible and dis- 1. your child's offi- before the child can . on April 20, 2012. abled students, cial birth certificate enter Preschool/Head use programs such asqmres. (http://office. Income eligible chil- At registration, each 2. your child's im- Start. For more informa- Word and Excel to func- microsoft.com/en-us/ dren that will be four- child will be provided munizationrecord tion, olease call Steoha-ltion effectively as ad- word-help/should- years-old by October 1 with free hearingand de-3, proof of " Income eiA ie or H'sa Stew t] min]"S ir il assistants, : you-beco e a=micro- can attend preschool,velopmental screenings: (W-2sor last years tax 67 6314 or Patri Tas 6 c" age si and ' s tt of' i c :'-sp fi a|ist- Identifieddisabled three- These screenings take forms preferred) McClure orMary Riddle/ in many other positions HA001211101.aspx) year:olds are eligible for appro ately an hour 4, physical at 674-2766. /that require day-to-day Congratulations, Me- preschool services as of to complete so parents 5. eye examination /problem-solving skills, gan! their third birthday, should make sure that by an optometrist or oph- O Fourteen Die On Kentucky Roadways Last Week Dear Editor: Preliminary statistics indicate that 14 people died in 13 separate crash- es on Kentucky's road- ways from Monday, Apr. 8 through Sunday, Apr. 14, 2013. One double-fatality, motor vehicle crash oc- curred in Warren Coun- ty. One of the victims was not wearing a seat belt. One single-fatality, Ohio and Shelby. The vic- tims in Calloway, Mercer and Ohio counties were not wearing helmets. The Bourbon County crash involved the sus- pected use of alcohol. One bicycle rider was killed in Fayette County. Through Apr. 14, pre- liminary statistics indi- cate that 151 people have lost their lives on Ken- ing an animal drawn vehi- cle has been reported. A Fleming-Mason En- total of 28 fatalities have ergy wants to change resulted from crashes the way it bills for resi- invoMng the suspected dential electric service. use of alcohol. As Of Apr. For most customers, it 14, Kentucky has had 27 wants to raise the flat days with zero highway monthly charge from fatalities reported during $10.87 to $15.00 and drop 2013. the kilowatt-hour (kWh) Citizens can contrib- price from $0.08832 to ute to highway safety by $0.08431. reporting erratic drivers those who conserve. It delays the use of re- newables, like the new Indiana solar farm sell- ing power for $0.089 per kWh. Increases, if any, should apply to the kWh price. Then those who ses.org. Thank you! JeffAuxier Kentucky Solar Energy Society (KySES) kyses.org installed insulation last : year are rewarded, and BENC those thinking about do- O CEI IE1VI' ing it this year will. Re- motor vehicle crash oc- curred in each of the fol- lowing counties: Critten- den, Daviess, Jefferson, Oldham, Pendleton and Scott. The victims in Jef- ferson and Scott counties were not wearing seat belts. The Scott County crash involved the sus- pected use of alcohol. One motorcycle crash occurred in each of the following counties: Bour- bon, Calloway, Mercer, tucky roadways during 2013. This is 39 less than reported for this time period in 2012. Of the 127 motor vehicle fatali- ties, 62 victims were not wearing seat belts. Four of the nine motorcycle fa- talities were not wearing helmets. The one ATV fatality was not wearing a helmet. One bicycle rider has been killed. Twelve pedestrians have been killed. One fatalit involv- = Notice The Owingsvllle Board of Adjustment will conduct a public hearing on Thursday, April 25, 2013 at 7:00 P.M. at City Hall in the Mayor's office to consider a request for a Side Yard Variance for property located at 61 East Main Street. Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 04.18.13. LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID The Menifee County Fiscal Court will accept sealed bids for the following for the year July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014: 1. Health Insurance Any entity presenting a bid may submit to the County Judge Executive and Magistrates the type of coverage that entity may offer prior to the Fiscal Court meeting May 14, 2013. Final review and decision for acceptable coverage will be made during the May 14, 2013 meeting held at the Menifee County Courthouse beginning at 7:00pm. i Bids should be mailed to the Menifee County Fiscal Court, P.O. Box 105 Frenchburg, Ky 40322. All bids must indicate on the outside of the envelope as to the type of bid. The Menifee County Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any or all bids. James D. Trimble Menffee County Judge/Executive Published by the Menifee County News-Outlook 04.18.13. to the Kentucky State Po- Raising the monthly newable technologies lice toll-free at 1-800-222- charge 44.5% and drop- compete better. Large 5555. Callers will remain ping the kwh price 4.5% users with most potential As largest pri- anonymous and should is bad public policy. It for savings are prodded vate foster care agency hurts folks who have in- vested in efficiency. It slows future investment. It helps large and waste- ful users and punishes give a description of the vehicle, location, direc- tion of travel and license number if possible. DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS NOTICE In accordance with district procedures and records retention guidelines, the following special education records housed at the Menifee County Board of Education will be destroyed: Special Education Due Process Records for former students whose year of birth is 1991 or before OR students whose last Admissions and Release Committee (ARC) meeting was more than Any person desiring a copy of his or her records before destruction must contact Dawn Hardeman at 768-8005, e-mail ~jl~ooiff~f~b~ or contact in person at the board office no later than May 31, 2013. 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