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14 - April 21, 2016 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook Captiol Review cont. from pg. 13 a $175 million "rainy day" reserve fund." The bud- get also provided $34.2 million to the state's judicial system which, along with $24.3 million in funds freed up by a Gov. Bevin's veto, will al- low the judiciary to avoid projected layoffs and cuts to services. The budget also provided the return of 60 percent of coal sev- erance funds to coal-pro- ducing counties over the next two years, above the typical 50 percent. Both House and Senate voted overwhelmingly on Friday to pass the budget legislation, House Bill 303. Other budget high- lights included increas- ing the preschool eligi- bility to 200 percent of the federal poverty level, up from the current 160 percent; ensuring that all state lottery proceeds go to scholarships and edu- cational programs; 3.375 percent cuts to state con- stitutional offices; and no limits on prevailing wage provisions. * Gov. Bevin vetoed three bills last Friday: SB 22, which would have included the Accredita- tion Association for Am- bulatory Health Care (AAAHC) in the defini- tion of nationally recog- nized accreditation orga- nizations; SB 153, which would have established new amounts in the child support guidelines table; and HB 19, which would have allowed an urban- county government to impose an additional 2.5 percent local transient room tax to fund the renovation, expansion, or improvement of a con- vention center. Bath County defeated Morgan County 15-11 in the softball version of the 16th Region "A" Classic on Thursday. The victoryallowed Bath County to advance in the regional small- school tournament. Bath County improved to 12-5 with the win. With the loss/Morgan County dropped to 7-6. In the circle, Bath County pitcher Madison Henderson recorded sev- en strikeouts and earned the win. Bath County plated 15 runs via 16 hits. The Lady Cats, under the guidance of veteran head coach Kenny Williams, thrived at the plate throughout the game. Hannah McFarland fin- ished 4-for-4 with three RBIs for the Lady Cats. McFarland was. one of five Bath County players Photo by Ron Weaver From left to ril~ht Beth "Headstones . rnerMarkers I Photos by Ron Weaver Left Photo: Haley McFarland fought off the after effects of the flu to contribute key hits in the Ladycats 15-11 victory over Morgan County. Right Photo: Madison Henderson pitched a complete game against Morgan County. to provide multiple hits in the victory. McKenna Moore and Alexandria Faudere each went 3-for-5 for the Lady Cats. Moore pro- vided three RBIs while e McNabb (mother), Logan McNabbr Arlen McNabb Come see us for all your memorial needs! We offer many shapes, sizes and colors using the highest quality granite at the most affordable prices. We serve all cemeteries and also offer in home meetings. .... Bronze Memorials ...... 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Bath County is sched- uled to host Morgan County on May 7. www. lewiscountymonumentcompany.com p' OWNERS: Derek and Bethany Harmon Add us on Facebook Fleming Lewis County Monument 4 (father), Luke Garner Georgetown Head Cross County and Track and Field Distance Coach Bath County High School Senior Logan McNabb signed last Wednesday afternoon to run cross country and track for Georgetown Col- lege. His signing took place in a ceremony at the Bath County High School li- brary with friends, family, and teammates present, including his father, Arlen McNabb, Bath County's Athletic Director, and his mother Beth, who is a teacher at Bath County Middle School. High School Principal Paul Prater introduced Logan to the audience and said that Logan had tried several sports but found his niche in track. "He's a great young man, respect: ful, who works hard at school, and he's exceled at his niche." Georgetown College Track Coach Luke Garnett spoke well of Logan and his potential at the college level. "Logan is the first of three or four more men to sign to Georgetown this year. His potential is a lot higher, and he can get a lot better. And we know he's going to excel in the classroom. Hopefully the best is yet to come." Logan didn't have much to say, but he noted that one reason he chose Georgetown was that Coach Garnett reminded him a lot of high school coach Tim Bailey. Logan was joined by family and friends for sev- eral rounds of photos after the Signing, and he was later treated to cake and punch prepared by Vickie Wells. *Most InsurancesAccepted* Contact your local health department to schedule an annual screening and mammo- gram. Early detection can save your life. Participants with no insurance are welcome. Inquire about transportation assistance, if no transportation is available. Interpretive services are available at no cost. Ask about our "refer a friend" program. 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