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e Bath County News.Outlook ', June 3, 2004 .C00mmuni Built on dreams By: Mary Linda Copher When people live in a rural community, it can sometimes become hard for them to find just the right house. David and ;Regina Combs are a young cou- ple with two children who have rented for some time. They have Often thought what it would be like to own their own home but being from a small town, they ,vanted to stay close to family md friends. They had looked for sometime for just the right house that they could call their !lream home. '" At one point, they thought they had done just that, however halfway through the loan, things just seemed to go wrong. They again gave up on ever owning .,their own home. David was .talking to a friend of several ears. He told David to go see Jeffrey Otis at Hometown , Mortgage; they might be able to ,help him. Jeffrey and David ',started working on his applica- .tion, but David says he was not excited about dealing with a government program because of all the red tape. Jeffrey explained that the USDA Rural Development Guaranteed Hous- ing Program was an excellent program and it did not take that long. He explained about the 100% financing--this got David's attention. After further conversation, talking to Regina and completing the application, they decided to go that route. David and Regina wanted "their" house. This meant that they would have to build and Jeffrey knew that this could be done through the USDA Rural Development Guaranteed Hous- ing Program. Finding the right spot was another problem. After checking around, they found a gentleman by the name of Coleman Blevins that was building new homes on a prop- erty that he owned. David got in contact with Mr. Blevin and they started the process of build- ing their new home. They continued to live in their two-bedroom rented house but were getting excited about their new home. Their daughter Heather was excited----especial- ly excited about getting her new room. She could now have the privacy that every little girl wants. Heather said, "My walls are pink and decorated in Power Puff." Nathan, who is three, has his room decorated in Scooby Doe. Regina said that the thing she liked most was her big kitchen. Regina now looks forward to sitting on their front porch, which goes all the way across the front of the house. The chil- dren will be able to play in a yard where Regina and David will not have to WOITy about them. David has just come to real- ize that he will have a lot of mowing to do this summer but he can deal with that, since it belongs to them. "I don't know just what to say about all of this," David said. "It was easier than I thought it would be and the staff at Hometown Mortgage was really helpful. They guided us every step of the way. We are so lucky to have found a pro- gram such as the USDA Rural Development Guaranteed Hous- ing Loans." 'RSVP attends Prom for Senior Citizens On Friday, May 14, RSVP had the annual Prom for Jateway area Senior Citizens at Carl Perkins Center in Morehead. This event is a fun and honoring culmination to RSVP's year of Wellness Programs and provides recogni- tion of the wonderful volunteer work done by seniors in the ' area. " Thelma Johnson and the St. Ckaire,Regienal- Mediea nlr donated the decorations for the Derby theme. Roberta Adams and Tom Stevens provided before and after dinner music. :People turned out in record 'Oumbers for this event and 'geemed to really enjoy the bntertainment and the nice din- ner from Fannin's Catering. Early in the evening, there ,8as a special ceremony honor- ing those volunteers who had died during the past grant year, [)aving given sacrificially of ;eir lives through the years, in ervice to others and to commu- oity organizations as part of BSVP. From the Senior Centers in each county, a king and queen are selected from among those who participate and serve. A special crowning segment was held for each of these, and they could select from gifts avail- able. From Menifee County, the king and queen were Eugene and Anna McCoy. From Montgomery County, the king and queen were Tom Fitzpatrick and Wanda Loving. From Rowan County, the .!in amd ,ueen .,were., Jolan Barkorand Clemence Hall,. , A brief'presentation by Ethel Howard of KY Seniors Saving Medicare (KSSM), was given to make known the availability of information and help to avoid or report fraud, waste or abuse, for those Medicare beneficiaries who have questions concerning the new Medicare- approved Discount Drug Card or other needs. (KSSM is funded by a grant from the Administration on Aging, and is administered by RSVP, which is operated from Morehead State University campus and funded by a grant from Corporation for National and Community Service.) After the special recognition ceremonies, meal and entertain- ment, a fun time of playing Bingo for prizes was held, and each attendee was given a nice Geranium to take home. Those attending from Bath County were Virginia Bussell, Betty Clay, Lon Wells, Frances Maze, Beulah Crouch, Marjorie Kincaid, Sudie Curtis, Dale and Willa Crabtree, Gladys Myers and Opal Burton. It will be the last event until,September: Area Seniors are welcome to attend the second annual RSVP/KSSM Health Fair. Thursday, June 17, 10 a.m.-2p.m, at the Carl Perkins Community Center in Morehead. At that time, there will be blood pressure checks. cholesterol and diabetes screen- ing, bone density screening and many other sources of infomaa- tion from such presenters and exhibitors as Alzheimer's Association, Social Security Administration, State Attorney General's Office, Long-Term Care Ombudsman, and the Menifee County Clowns. AUCTION FARM MACHINERY Saturday, June 5 10:00 a.m. LOCATION: 2792 North Convict Road, Sharpsburg, Bath Co., KY 40374 DIRECTIONS: Take Ky. 11 to Bethel; then Ky. 1106 (Mt. Pleasant Rd.) approx. 1 mile then right on Convict Rd. Auction top of hill on left. TRACTORS: 2600 Ford diesel, Massey Harris Pony, Super A Farmall w/plow, cultivator and side dresser. MACHINERY: Ford plow 2-14", Ford lift harrow, 845 New Holland Hay Roller, 275 New Holland square bailer, John Deere dolly hay rake, New Holland Manure spreader, 8' Bush Hog pull type rotary mower, 6 rotary mower, 451 New Holland 7' cycle mower, Van Hussein, post hole dig- ger, 1 row tobacco setter, grader blade, sub seller, 3 pt. hitch boom spray, corn elevator, 16' Hurst trailer w/ramp, 10' trailer w/flat, gravity bed w/running gear, 3 wa]ons w/flats, 16' truck flat w/hoist (Chew, PTO). MISC: Dune Buggy, Go Cart, metal racks for pickup, large floor jack, 210 gallon plastic water tank, 20-ton winch, plat- form scales, set of 40' ladders, spray, misc. hand tools and numerous other items. OWNERS: James William "Bill" and Charlene Tapp TERMS: Cash or approved check. NOTE: We have sold Bill & Charlene's farm and they have authorized us to con- duct an Auction of this "Farm Fresh" equip- ment. Announcements date of Auction take precedence over any previous information. Relreshments will be served. Call for addi- tional information. SPOONAMORE REALTY & AUCTION RO. Box 654; 121 Montgomery Sq., Mt. Sterling, KY Ph.: 859-498-4270 Fax: 859-498-6017 Frank T. Spoonamore, Broker/Auctioneer/Appraiser 859-498-4270 or 498-4074 Sue Fugate, Assoc. & Cashier 859-498-4116 or 859-585-7030 Jail time possible for licensing/vehicle registration offenses By: Kim Hunt Price Bath County Attorney Court is a place most people want to avoid. According to Bath County Attorney Kim Hunt price, nearly half of the charges she hears in district court could be avoided if people were more aware of some spe- cific laws in Kentucky. "1 know it is aggravating for people to find out they have bro- ken a law that they have never even hear of," Price said. "Ironically, many of these laws that people are unaware of or consider minor offenses could result in jail time." Price said some of Kentucky's most simple laws are what provide many people with a court appearance and force some to pay high fines with the possibility of spending time in jail. "These aren't laws that threaten the life of another, but are just procedural things that we must follow because it is the law. and these laws help main- tain order," Price said. The following is a list of sug- gestions that Price said could save people a lot of time, money Does anyone know about this medal? It was found 30-35 yrs. ago in the Old Thompson's IGA store. It reads America First T.A. Caldwell, Owingsville 1927 Any Info. Contact the Outlook at 674-2181. ..00ILLTEL and eliminate the possibility of jail time: After moving to a new resi- dence, KRS 186.540 requires a person to change the address on his or her driver's license at the circuit clerk's office within 10 days. Failure to do so could result in a Class B misde- meanor, punishable by a maxi- mum of 90 days in jail and/or $250 maximum fine. Likewise, KRS 186.540 also applies to those changing their name after marriage. The law provides the name on their driver's license should be changed within ten days by going to the circuit clerk's office to request the change. Failure to do so is a Class B misdemeanor. KRS 186.435 states that person has 30 days after estab- lishing residency in Kentucky to apply for a Kentucky license with the circuit court in the county they are residing. This Class B misdemeanor, which was adopted in 2002, carries a maximum penalty of 90 days in jail and/or $250 fine. Always carry proof of vehi- cle insurance and registration in your vehicle. Driving without liability insurance is a crime punishable by a find up to $1,000 and/or up to 90 days in jail, according to KRS 604.39- 080. If the owner can prove that he or she had liability insurance at the time of the offense, but just failed to have proof of it at the time, the judge can opt to reduce or dismiss the charges. Subsequent offenses increases the penalties and require the defendant to purchase a six- month policy in advance and provide proof to the court. Never drive without your driver's license. Those who drive without a license are in violation of KRS 186.510 and can be charge with a Class B misdemeanor. If that prove that he or she issued a license offense, the judge c, the charges without a imprisonment. When buying or car KRS 186.190 rect procedure to title is properly Take three items to clerk's office: the title, I davit of the transfer al insurance. The bring the rifle. On the title is an affidavit to the title. Both must sign the both signatures being The buyer of insurance for chased. This will seller will no for taxes the title is legally in name. Failure ered a Class A punishable by a and/or 12 months in ,Likewise, future use or junked, of the vehicle registration and the county clerk. clerk will return the registration to Transportation Cabinet, future taxes will not I the vehicle. cle owner to follo dures is a violation 186.190. This Class meaner is punishable by fine and/or up to jail. "These laws insignificant to some but they are necessary tain order and to serious crimes from ing." Price said. n't take a lot of effort these laws--just thought." AUTO CARE ( 240 EVANS DRIVE, Mr. STERUNG, 24 Hour Towing & Recovery Automotive Servmce lip a, jII 41, Exhaust Service Tires and Brake Work NC Service Batteries You got that right. ce at a sensible " :AtTEL, we run the phone company like you would. That's ' livering quality services at reasonable rates ces are avadable at the following rates: , Low Single Party Residence $12.90 5, neludes Federal Subscber Une C, hatge) Single Patty Business Service $17.35 (includes Federal Subscriber Une Charge) Directory Assistance $0.30 Toll blocking is available at no charge to low-income customers who ( Surcharges for emergency 9-1-1 services are assessed accoKling guidelines. Low-income individuals eligible for Lifeline and programs may be eligible for discounts on through state-specified telephone assistance plans. Basic services are offered to all customers in rates, ten'ns and conditions specified in the company's tariffs. questions regarding ALLTEL services, residential customers shouk 1-800-347-1991 and business customers should FDGEWOOD ESTATES 2nd Annual Community is glad to announce that we will have a raffle for 1 1991 Ford Thunderbird 9,,ttffd2 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Donated by Menifee Motors/Mays Body Shop 130,000 Miles, Runs Good, Body & Interior in Good ShaPe Tickets =10 Each