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10 - June 27, 2013 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook l m l l r The Bath County High games," Bath County Coach Bath County exited the Period was adopted nearly 20 they are not committed to through July 9. School funds School boys~ basketball team Larry Tiller commented. 'rWe 2012-13 season 11-20. The years ago by member schools school play. may not be expended in sup- has kept busy this summer, had eight wins, including wins Wildcats finished runner-up in response to concerns about According to Article 3 of By- port of interscholastic athlet- Bath County, under the direc- over Mercer County, Pendle- to Fleming County in the 61st year-round play and practice law 26 (The Dead Period), it ics in any KHSAA sanctioned tion of head coach Larry Til- ton County, Menifee County, District. Bath County carried and parental and coaching de- states that: "Students may not sport during this period. ler, claimed eight wins before Trinity Christian and Wil- some momentum into the sire for some down time from receive coaching or training These restrictions shall not the Kentucky High School liamstown. We also had close postseason after winning two interscholastic play. Member from school personnel (either apply to any postseason wrap- Athletic Association Dead losses to Logan, W.Va., Shelby if ts last three games. The schools adopted the period of salaried or non salaried) and up activities, celebrations and Period started earlier in the County and Sayre." Wildcats compete in the 61st June 25 to July 9 as a time of school facilities, uniforms, recognition events relating week. The Wildcats will get back District along with reigning inactivity, which followed the nicknames, transportation or to a spring sports team at a ~5Ve got quite a lot done to work at the conclusion of 16th Region champion Flem- pattern of the historic idling of equipment shall not be used school which participated in with ouryoungguys and when the Dead Period. ing County, Menifee County southern textile mills and this each year in any KHSAA sanc- KHSAA state championship we had all of our older guys in "~Veql get back to weights, and Rowan County. time allows administrators, tioned sport or cheerleading play in that particular sport between work, school and va- individuals and open gym," The KHSAA Dead Period coaches, student-athletes and squad during the period be- during that particular year." cations we had some quality Tiller confided, runsthroughJuly9.TheDeadtheir families a time where ginning June 25, and going Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposes early migratory bird seasons, bear season changes The Kentucky Fish and Season lengths and bag area was expanded to includeMembers proposed The commissionalsorecom- mended banning commercial Wildlife Commission recom- limits remain the same as last three areas in Bell, Harlan, expanding the Knott County mended allowing the use of fishing in the Big Sandy River mended the 2013-2014 early year, except the daily bag limit Letcher and Pike counties. A Elk Management Unit both cast nets to collectlive baitin all and Levisa Fork of Big Sandy migratory bird season dates for the September Canada five bear quota was also pro- eastward and southward. The streams, except for Hatchery River. and increased bear hunting goose season increased from posed for the Dec. 23 through commission also proposed Creek in Russell County. Corn- The next Kentucky Fish and opportunities at its quarterly two to three birds a day. The Dec. 27 bear quota hunt with changing the hunter eligibility mission members proposed Wildlife Commission meeting meelingJnne 7. All recommen- commission also allowed for dogs. The bear quota hunt with for the late season elk depre- placing Trammel Creek in A1- willbe held at 8:30 mm. Friday, clarions must be approved by more youth dove hunts at dogs requires hunters to apply dation hunts to those hunters len County under the seasonal Aug. 16. Meetings are held in legislators before they become Camp Webb in Carter County. online at the Kentucky Fish who reside in counties contain- trout catch-and-release season the Arnold Mitchell Building, law. In other wildlife-related and Wildlife website at fw.ky, hag portions of an Elk Man- from Oct. 1 through March 1 located at I Sportsman's Lane Proposed early migratory business, the commission pro- gov. agement Unit. Those counties annually. There will also be a in Frankfort. bird seasons for 2013-2014 in- posed establishing an archery/ Commissioner members include Knott, Floyd, Letcher, 16-inch minimum size limit and Persons interested in ad- dude: crossbow season for bears also increased the maximum Bell, Harlan and Leslie. one fish daily limit on brown dressing the commission must Mourning Dove Sept.that would run from Nov. 23 size of bear chase parties from In fisheries related business, trout in Trammel Creek. notify the Kentucky Fish and 1-Oct. 24; Nov. 28-Dec. 6; Dec. through Dec. 1, with a 10 bear five to seven people, as long the commission proposed new The commission also pro-Wildlife commissioner's of- 28, 2013-Jan. 3, 2014. season quota and a one bear as the chase group includes regulations that would go into posed increasing the minimum rice in writing at least 30 days September Canada Goose - season bag limit. Commission two youths under the age of effect beginning March 1, size limit for largemouth and in advance to be considered Sept. 1-15. members also recommended16. The chase-only bear sea- 2014. smallmouth bass to 15 inches for placement on the meeting Wood Duck and Teal - Sept. an expansion of the bear zone son runs from Aug. 1 to Aug. Recommendations include for Floyd's Fork Creek in Jef- agendm People who are hear- 18-22. to include Martin, Floyd, Pike, 31. The December chase-only restricting the use of wild- ferson and BuUitt counties, ing impaired and plan to attend American Woodcock - Nov. Knott, I.etcher, Perry, Les- bear season is now removed, caught live Asian carp, shad with aonebass daily creel limit the meeting should contact 1-Dec. 15. lie, Harlan, Bell, Knox, Clay, The 2013 modern gun and or skipjack herring to only On channel and blue cat-Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Virginia and Sora Rail, Com- Laurel, Whifley, McCreary, muzzleloader bear season runs the tributaries, rivers and res- fish in Dewey Lake in Floyd at least 10 days in advance mon Moorhen and Purple Gai- Pulaski and Wayne counties, from Dec. 14 to Dec. 16. Hunt- ervoirs from which these fish County and Fishtrap Lake in and the agency will provide a linule-Sept. 1-Nov. 9. Currently, Kentucky's bear ers may use archery equip- were collected. This restriction Pike County, the commission translator. To request to ad- Common Snipe - Sept. 18- zone consists of Bell, Harlan, merit during this season as will not prohibit the Iransport recommended establishingdress the commission, write Oct. 27; Nov. 28, 2013-Feb. 2, Letcher and Pike counties, well. of invertebrate baits species a 15-fish daily creel limit of to Commissioner Jon Gassett, 2014. The commission proposed The commission recom- such as crayfish as well as wild which only one fish daily may Kentucky Fish and Wildlife, 1 Sandhill Crane - Dec. 14, other changes to the upcoming mended changes to the upcom- caught or commercially sold be longer than 25 inches. Com- Sportsman's Lane, Frankfort, 2013-Jan. 12, 2014. bear seasons. The bear chase ing late season elk depredation minnows, mission members also recom- Kentucky, 40601. Serving All }bur Insurance Nee~v Life Home. Auto Business (606) 784-7164 Jack Roe, LUTC 333 W. First St= (606) 784-6446 Morehead/ Ky. 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