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JAMES L TIMOTHY E & TIMOTHY E & BRUCIE WAYNE STATON JAMIE G & TIMMY & GINA HEIRS C/O DAVID & DAVID KATHY ROBERT & ROBERT & CAROLINE (WOOD) MANUEL & GAIL ROBERT & JUDy SNEDEGAR TODD MELISSA TERESA & {, ARCHIE ET AL JOSEPH ANTHONY TOM & LOUISE TOM & LOUISE DON JR JANI MICHAEL THOMAS WES ANTHONY & JAMES & ADA NANCY PATRICK RONDAL JR & THOMAS & TRISNA r, GORDON SEOTT JENN I FER RICK RICK RICK RICK RICK RICK ROLAND & GREEN WILLIE  C/O FIRST AMERICAN STEVEN REED TIMY CHRISTOPHER & KATRINA JOSEPH CHARLES & SARA CHARLES R JAMES KEITH RONNIE RONNIE JONATHAN R JONATHAN R CLAY THOMAS LESTER & KIMBERLY LESTER & KIMBERLY ROBERT & APRIL DONNIE ET AL LESLIE LESLIE LESLIE SANFORD RONALD & DEBBIE 150.12 2283.91 149.44 641.97 631.45 147.34 526.54 178.91 157.86 73.66 263.10 263.10 294.68 52.62 42.10 10.53 74.73 294.68 315.73 310.47 36.84 277.13 19.11 9.56 23.90 147.34 What 00need to know UreS and for good to Sally Trent, Gateway District :. A recent death ' due to meningi- local health offi- t reminders of signs of the dreaded dis- search for questions they might spinal cord and :Surrounds the brain. background includes for a local and to assist in educating the pub- lic. "We would be called upon at least once a year to deal with men- ingitis scares," she said, "...and our response included helping parents with information sources in addi- tion to just listening. It can truly be a scary thing," she added. "There are basically two types of meningitis that we're concerned about," said Trent. "Viral Meningi- tis is the most common type and is actually less dangerous than Bacte- rial Meningitis, though both present similar symptoms. A spinal fluid test can determine which one we're dealing with and the subsequent course of treatment." Trent noted that symptoms of the disease usually include high fever, headache and stiff neck in anyone over the age of two years. Other symptoms might include nausea, vomiting, discomfort looking into bright lights, confusion and sleepi- ness. In newborns or small infants, these symptoms may be hard to detect. The infant may appear slow or inactive or irritable, have vomit- ing or be feeding poorly. Symp- toms can develop over several hours, or they make take one to two days. Treatment methods might in- clude a number of effective antibi- otics for Bacterial Meningitis but gitis can often resolve itself without special treatment. "Bacterial Meningitis can be quite may result in brain d.am- lowed to go untreated. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) suggests that people in the same household or day-care center, or anyone with direct contact with a patient's oral secretions (such as a boyfriend or girlfriend) would be considered at increased risk of ac- quiring the infection. It is recom- mended that people in direct con- tact be evaluated by a physician in order to determine whether or not they should be treated with antibi- otics. Anyone desiring additional in- formation should call Sally Trent at the Gateway District Health De- partment at (606) 674-6396. Local students exhibit Appalachian art at MSU library The work of Morehead State University Students enrolled in the Appalachian Arts (ART 468/668) courses were exhibited at the Ap- 'palachian Studies Association an- nual conference, held March 28- 30. The conference was co-hosted this year by Berea College and East- em Kentucky University. Students have produced work in response to the conference theme, "Building a Healthy Region: Environment, Culture, Community." The exhibit was housed in EKtYs Perkins Build- ing. The Appalachian Studies Association's mission is to encour- age study, advance scholarship, disseminate information and en- hance communication between N& ling ByPass ,98-3511 Happy lOth Birthday Weston Flannery!! Love, Morn, Dad, Candi & Mammaw FREE Insured Locally Owned & Operated An InspectorUSA Company a Full Line of Professional Pest Control Services #1 IN HOME & BUSINESS PROTECTION HOME OR BUSINESS IN THE HANDS OF A PROFESSIONAL sville Office: 4223 Old Sand Rd., Owingsville, KY 40360 David M. Green, Owner/Operator Areawide: 1-888-831-7776 E-Mail: iusa@ bellsouth.net THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK OwingsviUe, Ky.--Week of May 1 - May 7, 2003 15 t The Wolves-- The Wolves, Den 5, 6 md 7, got together last Saturday, April 19, to part in an awards ceremony. The best was judged, and everyone enjoyed :ake and ice cream after the judging. The are (front row, left to right): Matt peoples, their com- "" governmental organiza- ions and educational institutions. The show includes: paintings, pho- tography, drawings, fiber arts, prints, sculpture, graphic design and mixed media work. Students participating in the ex- hibit were: Tyler Adkins, Winches- ter senior; Liz Mraz, Morchead senior; Brad Williamson, Canada junior; Summer Alley, Clearfield senior; Jennifer Norberg-Powers, Winchester senior; Christopher Amett, Moreheadjunior; Chassity Porter, Soldier sophomore; Tonda Browning, Russell senior; Lindsay Brenner, Cincinnati sophomore; Amanda Seifert, Dayton senior; John Ramey, Owingsville jun- ior; Jessica Hazelrigg Gerrish, Means sophomore; Andrew Smith, Ashland senior; Elizabeth Haight, Greenup graduate student; Crys- tal Hall, Topmost junior; Mandy Springer, Flatwoods junior; Brad Baker, Olive Hill graduate student; Stephanie Jewell, Hardyville jun- ior; Laura Sullivan, Owenton se- nior; Nicole Howard, Owingsville graduate student; Aaron Kirker, West Union, Ohio, junior; An- thony Thompson, Wallingford senior; Vickie Stidham, Ashland senior; Kevin Levesque, Lexing- ton senior; Melissa Toth, More- head junior; Shu-Chen Lin, Morehead se- nior; Diann Vanhoose, Morehead senior; Alison Little, Virgiejunior; Leigh Ann Wells, Sharpsburg graduate student; Missy Lutz, Lex- ington junior; Jennifer Williams, Morehead senior; Nicholas Pannell, Mt. Sterling junior; Lucas; Justin Charles; and Lee Sebastin; (back row): Caleb Johnson; Darren Carpenter; Darien Conway; Colton Valentour; Trevor Finch; and D. J. Warren. (News-Outlook photo. Harry D. Patrick) Marlene Conley, Hindman senior; David Pence, Hazard graduate stu- dent; Kevin Griffith, Sandy Hook graduate student; Dylan Hall, Vi- per junior and Mary Bentley, Greennp senior. Additional information about the conference is available from the ASA Web site at http://www. appalachianstudies.org or by call- ing Dr. Gritton at (606)783-2762. :  !!!:/ ........ ii:i:i,+i:iiil :: :i:: i :,i:= i :!:i:ii:!i+i :!ii: Now Accepting Patients ii ii i Fred V. Laus, D.EM. I 112 W. High Street Mt. Sterling, Ky. Podiatrist- Specializing in the medical and surgical treatment of foot and ankle disorders. Call 859-498-5151 for an appointment Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. V / / / / WITH SPECIAL GUEST RICK ARNOLD / Ir-ol