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10 May 13, 2021 Submitted by Coach Tim Bailey The Track Cats men’s team took 4th in the Rowan County Invitational, 3 very strong placing considering having only 5 athletes. Judah Hill lead the scor- ing with 29 points followed closely by Hunter Middle- ton’s points. J axon Cline pitched in with 13 points and Nathan Roark scored 12 points, competing in only events. Eight of Na- than’s points came from a PR (personal record) in the 800m run. Hunter Middleton also had 2 personal records for the day — 110 hurdles and in the Long Jump. Hunter also threw the Shot Put for a 5th place finish. J axon Cline, not to be out done, scored 2 PRs as well. Track Cats place fourth at RoWan He had personal records in the 110 hurdles and the 300 hurdles. J axon also scored in his first Long Jump ef- fort Judah Hill again had a strong day taking 2nd in the Triple Jump, Pole Vault and High Jump. He placed 4th in the Shot Put The’Cats will be traveling to Morgan County on May 11th, to Harrison County on May 20th and‘they will resume the EKC meet (postponed due to storms) at Rowan County on May 24th. On May 29th the Cats will compete at Ma- son County at the AREA meet. The Track Cats will com- pete in the KHSAA Region 7 Class 1A meet on June 5th at Morgan County. Thus far in the season (not including points from PUBLIC NOTICE Your Hometown Newspaper COMMUNITY ZED by 6». photo courtesy of County Ladycats Soft- ball The Bath County Soft- ball Ladycats cel- ebrated their four se- niors Tuesday evening and blanked Monifee County in a double- header, 15-0 and "-0, for the big district win. The Ladycots seniors are, from left, Jesse‘lin Miller, Breanne Mull- ins, Selah Bussell, and Morgan Reed. Bath County Farmers Market 2914 East Highway 60, near the intersection of US 60 and Interstate exit 123, News Outlook 6 '7 r MOMDIDRLLTHHT J 0051 Because mamaceo THE TOILET PRPER ROLL? Auction 2914 East Highway 60, near the intersection of US 60 and Interstate exit 123, under the green hoop barn www.corkeycom ics.com COMMUNITY CALENDAR mation, 8593980409 May 30 Robinson Kincaid Family Reunion Potluck Dinner the portion of the EKC that was completed before the storm), the individual scor- ing stats are as follows for the varsity team: Judah Hill — 86 Hunter Middleton — 83 J axon Cline — 54 Nathan Roark — 49 Andrew Coyle - 34 Jack Wilson — 31 Jamie Gamble — 26 Quentin Lewis — 20 Carter Hart — 19 Phoenix Trible — 12 Michael Truxton -— 5 Jacob Hatfield 3 In the Middle School scoring the order is as fol- lows: Zack Grigsby — 61, Jonah Gibson — 58, Michael Truxton 57.5, Jacob Hat- field — 14. Pursuant K.R.S. 376.275 SALE OF VEHICLES MAY 28, 2021 @11:00P.M. The vehicles stored at Wynn Flat Ser. Ste. 651 Wynn Flat Rd. Frenchburg, KY are being sold pursuant to KRS 376.275 to collect the unpaid towing and storage fees accrued. Vehicles sold by sealed bid, “As Is" titles are not warranted, subject to prior lien. Seller reserves the right to bid, accept or refuse any bids. Terms of sale, cash. Questions call (606) 768-2521. YEAR MAKE . iami ligation; [1998 ‘:.”Ford “2012 'W‘” Nissan 1995 Toyota 2000 Dodge 2001 Ford 2004 Chevy 1998 Buick 2000 Chevy MODEL Focus F-150 Verse Camry Durango F-150 Malibu LeSabre Blazer VIN# 1 FAFP36302W26511 3 1FTRX18L5WNB70177 3N1 CN7AP4CL891 92 4T1 SK1 2E7SU608848 1 B4H828N8YF114309 2FTZX17201CA12773 1G1ND52F44M663569 1G4H P52 K8WH41 2344 1GNDT13W9Y2178186 OWNERS AND/OR LIEN HOLDERS Debbie Stiene Blue Grass Credit Kimberly Martin Vlfilliam M. Hallowell Michael Warfield Lisa Stapleton Staton Auto Sale Nathan Ray Vematter Latish Helton Danny Peyton Larry Thomas Ratliff. Barbara Ratliff 81 Bank Of The Mountains. Published in the Menifee County News Outlook on 05.06, 05.13, 05.20 of 2021. Ordinance 2021-2 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE CITY OF SALT LICK, KENTUCKY AMENDED ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2021 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2022 ESTIMATED REVENUE AND RESOURCES AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR THE OPERATION OF CITY GOVERNMENT. WHEREAS, an annual budget proposal and message has been prepared and delivered to the City Council, and WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed such budget proposal and made necessary modifications. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF SALT LICK. SECTION 1 That the annual budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2022 is hereby accounting for as follows: Resources Available: Fund balance carried forward Estimated Revenues: Property taxes/Franchise fees/Bank Deposit tax License and Permits lntergovemmental Revenues Interest income Telecommunications Tax Occupational Tax Discretionary State Funds Covid Relief Fund Total estimated revenues: Total Resources Available for Appropriations: General Government Street and Sidewalks Street and Sidewalks Parks and Recreation Property Acquisition Community Development Programs Total Appropriations: Estimated Fund Balance End of Fiscal Year GENERAL FUND 135,018.00 18,700.00 3,900.00 25.00 75.00 6,000.00 38,000.00 46,125.00 . 7,093.00 119,918.00 254,936.00 59,923.00 46,125.00 1 ,400.00 5,000.00 2,000.00 114,448.00 140,448.00 That this Ordinance shall be In effect May 5, 2021 Bill Unchester, Mayor City of Salt Lick Attest: Elaine Jones City Clerk Motion Carried: Bill Unchester Marthe Gulley Tim Thompson Troy H0999 Robbie Powell YEA YEA YEA YEA YEA MUNICIPAL ROAD FUND 46,832.00 5,700.00 75.00 5,775.00 52,607.00 36,000.00 36,000.00 16,607.00 'This advertisement was paid for by the City of Salt Lick using taxpayer dollars in the amount of 5216." Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 05.13.2021 under the green hoop barn Starts on Thursday Lions Club Park Open Saturdays in May, nights beginning May 13, Sunday, May 30,2021 8 am. to noon or sell-out at 6 pm. 11:30am Contact Kelly Carter or Bath County Produce Phil Copher for more infor- Photo submitted by Celia Barker The Bath County Track Cats celebrated Senior Night last Thursday evening at the Bath County High School Athletic Field. Above, from left, Coach Robin ToIIe, Coach Celia Hornback, Hadley Alderman, Amelia Oldfield, Phoenix Trimble, Jaycie Bussell, Gabbi Hill, Hunter Middleton, Jamie Gamble, Sammy Bodine, Andrew Coyle, Coach Tim Bailey, and Coach Crystal Riddle. ._ Avai‘IaBIeiatmostgrocery -- .. '* and convenience stores where t: v soft drinks are sold. ,I. .1 :4?