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A member WE HAVE 30,000 READERS! (USPS 045260) 133rd Sl-A Water Street, Owingsville, KY 40360 Ph.: 606-674-9994MaY 1:7 2018 ~, lara,est circulation in our Photos by Cecil Lawson Miss Kentucky 2017 Molly Matney paid Owingsville a visit last Friday and Saturday as part of the Miss Bath County Pageant. Matney is a native of Center, Kentucky, near Glasgow, in Metcalfe County, and competed last year in the Miss America Pageant. She also serves as spokesperson for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture's Kentucky Proud program. Matney served as the May Day Parade's Grand Marshal and was a guest of honor at this year's pageant. By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com Bath County Fiscal Court members voted last Thurs- day to go ahead with a part- nership with the school district to help fund school resource officers for the high school. Last month Supt. Har- By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com Myra Cailyn Oldtield was crowned the 65th Miss Bath County during Satur- day evening's pageant at the Bath County Middle School gymnasium. A small field of six young women from the senior class of Bath County High School competed for this year's crown. Oldfleld is the daugh- ter of Christy and Mike Creech. First Runner-Up in this year's pageant was Kassidy Dayle Stigler, and Second Runner-Up was Hannah Gayle Martin. The theme for this year's pageant was "Saturday Morning Fever. A Tribute to Cartoon Classics." This year's pageant took place over Friday and Sat- urday evenings, and the annual Miss May Day Teen vey Tackett spoke to court members and asked for the partnership as a way to help improve school build- hag security in the wake of several tragic shootings at public schools earlier this year. Tackett proposed at that time to have the Fiscal Fiscal Court cont. on pg. 12 pageant was extended this year into Saturday evening. No Miss May Day Teen was crowned this year. Co- Pageant Director Meranda Cox explained in post on the pageanfs Facebook page that the May Day Committee wanted the Teen candidates to focus on building friendships during their pageant experience without the pressure of win- ning the crown to come be- tween them. They also added an op- tional talent performance for Miss May Day Teen contestants on Saturday evening. Both Miss Bath County and Miss May Day Teen awards were handed out Saturday evening. Miss Bath County 2018 Awards Miss Bath County 2018: Myra Cailyn Oldfield First Runner-Up: Kas- sidy Dayle Stigler Second Runner-Up: Han- nah Gayle Martin Talent Winner. Myra Cai- lyn Oldfield First Runner-Up: Kassidy Dayle Stigler Second Runner-Up: Han- nah Gayle Martin Physical Fitness: Kassidy Dayle Stigler Photogenic: Kassidy Dayle Stigler Poise & Confidence; Kas- sidy Dayle Stigler On-Stage Question: Myra Cailyn Oldfield Scholastic: Myra Cailyn Oldfield Humanitarian Award: Mary Elizabeth Roe Community Service: Myra Cailyn Oldfield Congeniality: (tie) Mary Elizabeth Roe and Hannah Gayle Martin Best Costume: Myra Cai- Miss Bath County cont. on pg. 12 Submitted by Wildcat Ar- chew Club The Bath County 4-H Wildcat Archery Team competed in their first ar- chew tournament of the season today in Spencer County. The team brought home their first 10 tro- phies of the season. 9-11 Year Bowhunter (Fe- male): 2nd place - Ella Waits 9-11 Year Bowhunter (Male): 1st place - Eli Bradley Photos by Cecil Lawson Myra Cailyn Oldfield was crowned Miss Bath County 2018 during the 65th an- nual Miss Bath County Pageant held Saturday evening. 9-11 Year Target (Male): 1st place - Eli Bradley 9-11 Year Target (Fe- male): 1st place Ella Waits 9-11 Year Bare (Male): 1st place - Matthew Coyle 12-14 Year Bowhunter (Male): 1st place - An- drew Coyle, 2nd place - Hunter Bradley, 3rd place - Wes Conley 12-14 Year Target (Male): 1st place - Andrew Coyle, 2nd place - Hunter Brad- ley, 3rd place - Wes Con- ley Cen- ir[l[l!!!!ll!Ul]]j!llll9 m CORPORATION Large Selection of Rocker, Wall Saver, Power and Lift Recliners. of Flemingsburg homes We have a complete line of mobile home parts. Part store number only 606-845-0761. Doyle-Clayton Homes of Flemingsburg 1160 W. Water Street Flemingsburg, KY 41041 606-845-8601 606-845-0301 606-845-0526