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$ - April 11, 2013 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook 1 l By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com The staff of the Bath County Water District Office in Salt Lick hon- ored three of their own Friday afternoon for their years of dedicated service. Kenny Barber, Co-manager, was recog- nized for his 30 years of service; Lori Barber, of- rice worker, 20 years; and Floyd Humphries, field crew, also 20 years. Each was presented with a cer- tificate of appreciation by Marvin Crouch, Bath County Water District Board chairman, and ev- eryone enjoyed a home- made lunch and cake. Sherri Greene, Co- manager, said, "We have eight employees and five board members. The newest employee has been here for five years. That says a lot about the board and the district. This is an excellent place to work," NATIONAL WORK ZONE SAFETY WEEK IS APRIL 15-19 A lit second of driver distraction can turn a highway work zone into a death zone. According to the Federal Highway Ad- "Sadly, mothers and fa- thers are killed every year while working to make our roadways safe," Trans- i)ortation Secretary Mike Hancock said. 'q C:e hope , ministration, on average, : rsom every 15 our message voiced by h ,andfourareinjured children of our own em- every hour, in a work zone in the United States. The past three years in Kentucky, 11 people died and 471 people were injured in highway con- struction and maintenance work zones. That under- scores the importance of the Kentucky Trans- portation Cabinefs work zone safety campaign April 15-19, in conjunction with National Work Zone Safety Week. The cabinet is hosting events across the state to highlight the safety message and will run radio public service announcements featuring Transportation Cabinet employees and children of employees. ployees - will encourage drivers to think about the consequences of speeding and not paying attention in work zones." The Transportation Cabinet will invest in hun- dreds of highway projects again this year. Tradition- ally, the highway construc- tion season kicks off in April. Cabinet engineers and contractors work co- operatively to design proj- ects and work schedules that minimize dehys and crashes. "Work zone safety concerns all of us," said Bill Bell director of the Kentucky Office of High- way Safety. "Every driver shares the responsibility for keeping our roadways safe. By working together, we can end the needless loss of life in highway work zones." The cabinet asks motor- ists to practice 10 work zone safety tips: 1. Expect the ed. 2. Slow down. 3. Don't tailgate. Keep a safe distance between vehicles. 4. J eep a safe distance from workers and equip- ment. 5. Pay attention to signs. 6. Obey road crew flag- gers. 7. Stay alert and mini- mize distractions. 8. Keep up with the traf- fic flow. 9. Schedule enough time and call 511 or go to www.511.ky.gov for Ken- tucky traffic and travel in- formation. 10. Be patient and stay calm. PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT Provided by your Bath County Emergen- cy Management Office Mild spring weather can have a down side after a hard winter. On sunny days people tend to take advantage and do outside chores, which may include burning de- bris left by last winter's ice storm. These fires can be, and often are danger- ous, even deadly. During a two-day pe- riod of good weather, two separate deaths resulted from debris fires. A man died after his clothing caught on fire, and a fatal heart attack came from efforts to put out a de- bris fire that had spread to a house. A third death came not long afterward. On the other side of the state, an uncontrolled de- bris fire caused a gas line to explode, killing the man tending the fire. These tragedies point to a larger problem, warn officials of the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management, the Fed- eral Emergency Man- agement Agency and the Kentucky Division of Forestry. Wildfires large and small tend to follow storms that leave woody debris. Uncontrolled burning of debris has caused many injuries and ruined many acres that are not publicized like the high-profile cases de- scribed above. "In early spring," said Leah MacSwords, direc- tor of the Kentucky Divi- sion of Forestry, "most Vegetation is dead, brown and highly combustible. There is also very little green vegetation to serve as a barrier for spread- ing wildfire. We try to remind people of these conditions and we strong- ly discourage them from conducting any type of outdoor burning." As the weather warms and, recovery from the ice storm progresses, remember the do's and don'ts of debris burning: When When the weath- er's wrong, don't burn. If it's windy, sparks can fly. If it's dry, flames can spread. When a burn ban is in effect, heed it. Kentucky is under a burn ban each year in the dri- est months. Sites within 150 feet of wooded areas are allowed fires only in evening hours, between 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. The yearly ban periods are Oct. 1 through Dec. 15 and (now in effect) Feb.15 through April 30. Also, check local ordi- nances for any special re- strictions. What Have the proper equipment ready. Be ready to drown the fire with water from an ad- equate source or bury it with a shovel. If possible, have additional assistance with yOU. How Before burning contact your local fire department and advise them of your intent. Choose a burn location that is not under trees or other overhead hazards. Be sure it is not near utility lines, some of which may be buried out of sight. Separate debris into small, manageable burn piles. Locate burn piles an adequate dis- tance from one another, and from structures. Make sure a ra- dius of at least 10 feet is cleared around a burn. Stay with the fire. Watch continuously until it is completely out. If the wind rises or the fire seems to be spreading, put it out im- mediately. For more information visit the Kentucky Divi- sion of Forestry's web- site, forestry.ky.gov/ or call the local office of the Kentucky Division of Forestry: Northern District Morehead 1-800-866- 0052 Kentucky River Dis- trict - Hazard 1-800- 866-0503 Southeast District - Pin- eville 1-800-866-0504 Central District- Eliza- bethtown 1-800- ,550-6601 Green River District - Madisonville 1-800- 866-0770 Western District- May- field 1-800-866- O8O2 Bluegrass District Frankfort 1-800-866- 0876 South-Central District - Campbellsville 1-800- 866-1007 Eastern District- Betsy Layne 1-800-866- 0048 Stephanie Stewart, Bath County Emergency Management, provided this Public Service An- nouncement. She can be reached at 606/674-6056. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY CLAUDETTE FAUDERE BATH COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK ,PO. BOX 558 OWINGSVILLE, KY 40360 606-674-2186 ADVERTISED APRIL 18, 2013 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENTS FILED IN BATH COUNTY DISTRICT COURT. NAME OF ESTATE NAME OF EXECUTOR DATE FILED CLYDE WHISMAN DIANA MONTJOY 4/9/2013 IN RE; ESTATE OF HASSELL REBECCA MCNEILL 4/1/13 LANNY FARMER s/Claudette Faudere Bath County Circuit Clerk ANY EXCEPTIONS TO SUCH FINAL SETTLEMENT MUST BE FILED WITHIN 30 DAYS FROM DATE SAID SETTLEMENT WAS FILED IN THE BATH COUNTY COUNTY DISTRICT COURT. Published in the Bath County New-Outlook 04.18.13 COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT ,DIVISION II ACTION NO. 11 -CI-90230 COLEMAN BLEVINS PLAINTIFF MS: NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE MELISSA CURTIS GARDNER, ET AL DEFENDANTS By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on 7 March 2013, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, 20 April 2013, at the hour of 12 noon, the following described property: A certain tract of land lying and being on the waters of Indian Creek in Bath County, Kentucky, and described more particularly as follows, to-wit: BOUNDED on the west by what was formerly known as the Mary A. Goodpaster land, now Claude Warren, on the North and Northeast by what was once known as the Serelda Otis land, now Irvin Core)', on the southwest by the lands of Mrs. lennie Hart; and on the South and Southwest by the lands of Mrs. Jennie Hart, containing 29.66 acres of land. BEING the same property conveyed December 14, 1956, to Henry Eldon Curtis from Thomas N. Corey and Eveline Corey, his wife, of record at Deed Book 115, Page 485, at the office of the Bath County Clerk. FURTHER REFERENCE is hereby made to the affidavit of descent of Henry Eldon Curtis, who died Julyl9, 1973, of record at Deed Book 205, Page 117, at the office of the Bath County Clerk. FURTHER REFERENCE is hereby made to the affidavit of descent of Herbert Curtis, who died December 17, 1981, of record at Deed Book 224, Page 287, at the office of the Bath County Clerk. FURTHER REFERENCE is hereby made to the deed of conveyance dated December 30. 2003 from Dolly Fawns et al to lddlssa Curtis Gardner, of record at Deed Book 205, Page 119, at the office of the Bath County Clerk. FURTHER REFERENCE is hereby made to the deed of conveyance dated July 21, 2010 from Lolita Curtis, an unremar- tied widow, to Coleman Blevins and Lana Blevins, husband and wife, of record at Deed Book 224, Page 288, at the office of the Bath County Clerk. This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easements, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath County Clerk. "Ihe terms of the sale shall be ten (10%) percent cash or check at the time of sale and the balance on credit of thirty (30) days with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in full at the time of sale. The successful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest at the rate of twelve (12%) per annum from date of sale until paid, which bond shall have the full force and effect of a Judgment and should execution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be allowed. A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. Hon. Earl Rogers III Master Commissioner Bath Circuit Court Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 04. i 8.13. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION I ACTION NO. 11-CI-90013 CITIMORTGAGE, INC SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO ABN AMRO MORTGAGE GROUP, INC. PLAINTIFF VS: NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE DONNA G. BRASHEAR AKA DONNA BRASHEAR, ET AL DEFENDANTS By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on 26 September 2012, and Order to reschedule sale entered 22 February 2013, to raise the sum of $43,345.09, interest, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsvllh, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, 20 April 2013, at the hour of 12:00 p.m the following described property: A certain tract or parcel of real estate lying in Bath County, Kentucky, bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a stake at a point in the North margin of Pine Grove Road corner to Raymond Crouch and running Northwardly with the line of Raymond Crouch to a point corner to Raymond Crouch and Rocky Hunt; THENCE Westwardly with the line of Hunt to a point corner to the lines of Hunt and Jones; THENCE Southwardly with the line of lones to a dogwood tree corner to Jones and other property of Bradley Crouch; THENCE continuing Southwardly in a straight line with the property of Bradley Crouch to the Northwest corner of Joyce Purvis's lot; THENCE Eastwardly with the line of said lot 175 feet to a corner; .Thence Southwardly with the line of said lot 210 feet to the Pine Grove Road; THENCE Eastwardly with said Pine Grove Road to the point of BEGINNING, containing approximately 20 acres, more or less. FOR HISTORY OF TITLE to the above-described property reference is made to the General Warranty Deed dated July 9, 1982, from Bradley Crouch, single, to William C. Ward and Pauline Ward, his wife, and being recoded in Deed Book 152, Page 162-163, in the Office of the Bath County Clerk. Property Address: 844 Pine Grove Road, Olympia, KY 40358. Being the same property conveyed to James L. Brashear and Donna Brashear, husband and wife, by deed dated October 13, 1990 and recorded on October 20, 1990 in Deed Book 167, Page 290, in the Bath County Court Clerk's Office. This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easements, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath County Clerk. The terms of the sale shall be one-third (1/3) cash or check at the time of sale and the bal- ance on credit of thirty (30) days with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in full at the time of sale. The success- ful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest at the rate of twelve (12%) per annum from date of sale until paid, which bond shall have the full force and effect of a Judgment and should execution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be allowed. A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. Hon. Earl Rogers III Master Commissioner Bath Circuit Court Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 04.03, 04.10, ~ 04.17 of 2013