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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper June 27, 2013 - 11 FOR SALE 2420 Dixie Hwy Carlisle, Ky 40311, 33 acres, nice ridges and wooded area for hunting. 5 bedroom, 1 bath brick and vinyl sid- ing house, central air and wood burning furnace for winter, back deck, basket- ball court for children, 5 bent tobacco barn. Phone 859-707-7907 after 4:30 Monday - Thursday and after 6:00 on Fridays. (6/12 - 7/3). en, utility and 1 bath. Has Health Benefits. Home garage/work shop capabil- Weekend! Late Model Trucks. ities. Potential Basement. CDL-A w/Hazmat & Tanker Asphalt drive. Front porch End. and rear deck. Central heat Roeder Cartage: 877-209- and air. All appliances. New 1320 (6/26, 7/3). carpet and paint. Priced to Sell Call 606-356-5093. (fin) chg FOR RENT Farm house for rent $350.00 a month and deposit. $35 in- vestigation fee. Reference re- quired. Call 859-473-1331. Drivers: CDL-A Teams & Singles. Owner Operators & Company Drivers Wanted $1000 Sign On Bonus for O/O. Dedicated lanes. Great Home Time! Safety Bonus Program. Benefits available after 90 days. 6 months verifiable exp. Call 502-664-1433 SERVICES For Sale: 1994 Chevy Motor Camper, 350 motor, 60,000 miles, has a genera- tor and is fully equipped. Call 606-748-7284. (6/26, 7/3) BRUNER LAND COM- PANY, INC. (740) 459-9031 www.brunerland.com FLEMING CO: 6 miles from Flemingsburg on Peck's Ridge Rd[ 11 acres, rolling, nice building site, beautiful view, county wa- ter & electric available, $39,500 with owner financ- ing. (6/26, 7/3) Apartment rent at Lesters Apartment in Carlisle call 859- 289-7128. TFN. For rent: one bedroom apartment, incl. cable, inter- net, electric, water, in More- head. References and security required. 606-674-9214 (TFN) 2BR APT, UTILITIES IN- CLUDED, VINYL FLOOR- ING, OFFSTREET PARKING, 24/7 MAINTENANCE. RENT $644/MO PLUS A DEPOSIT. FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 859-289-7115 OR AT greenvalley@werent- ky.com (fin) Services: "Are you paying more than $50 month for your car insurance? For low prices and low down pay- ments, call 1-800-256-3575." (TFN) FOR ALL YOU FURNI- TURE REPAIR AND RFIN- ISHING NEEDS RICK'S ANTIQUE REFINISHING 859-749-8192 859-289-7052. (TFN) S&S Lawn Service in- sured and free esthnates. Call 606-362-4971, 606-362- 4968. YARD SALE 5 Bedroom, Own it for 8550 - $750 mo. 859-498- 7725. (6/26, 7/3) Foreclosed 3 Bd/2Ba for $39,900. Owner financing available. 859-498-7578. (6/26, 7/3) OWNER OPS & FLEET OWNERS REGULAR HOMETIME! Dedicated Round Trips To & From Louisville, KY SII/)CF/OF Pc(l' PLUS 10ft". t:uc] Nt]rc'h;lrgc \Vc offer Pl;Itcs & Fucl (Al'dS - St) Cosl S;lt. 800.832.7036 Ext. 1626 (8am.4pm CST) 53 '/at~ Exp. Req number for route sheets 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath for $39,900. Financing option available. 859-498-7624. (6/26, 7/3) Fleming County Land for sale by owner, 6 acres off of Branch Broth- ers Road, great homesite, electric and water avail- 3 bedroom/1 bath brick ranch house, new appliances, CH/A, 695 Hwy 746, Welling- ton. Call 606-776-3398. (6/27, 7/4). For rent: 2 bdrm trailer, on Bath/Menifee County line, $300/month, $150/deposit, 606-845-6070 (6/27) For rent: 1 bath/2 bdrm brick ranch house, new appli- ances, CH/A, address is 695 Hwy 467, Wellington, 606-776- 3398 (6/27, 7/3) HELP WANTED Drivers: CDLA Home able reduced to 824,000. Weekends! Regional No-Touch Contact Tom Lambert at 606-424-6557. (4/10-9/18) Large lot for sale on Slate Ave., Owingsville. + Sign-On Bonus Good Pay/Benefits CDL-A w/lyr. Experience Req. 513- 761-9600 (6/18, 6/27) Need to sell it. 816,000 Ridgeway Nursing and Re- Will take on land contract, habilitation is looking for a full Call 606-674-9243 (Tfn)time maintenance assistance Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 New housing program p.m. Come visit our beautiful now available!II Your land facility and pick up an applica- or family land. $0 down and lion. E.O.E. turn key housing available Drivers: Excellent Pay & with land improvement packages. Call to apply 866-597-2083. 6/26, 7/4, 7/12, 7/18). Livestock Farm for Sale: Located just outside Hill- sboro on Sunset Rd. 118 acres improved with a cus- tom 32'x76' dbl. wide, 112' frame stock/hay barn; 100' metal feed barn; 100' metal implement/hay barn; 64' metal shop bldg., w/of- fice and bath; 2 car metal garage; and completely fenced with water to all fields. Owner will split off 96 ac +/- with or with- out barns. Meticulously maintained with gorgeous views from ever angle. Call Mark Lewis with C. Roger Lewis Agency at 606-356- 3352 for details and pric- ing. (runs fin) For Sale: Adams Lane - Beautiful 3 bed room vi- nyl Ranch, w/large living room, dining area, kitch- Rent based on 30% of income Contact: 606-768-3672 Pleasure Ridge Apartments Sharpsburg, Ky Rent based on 30% of income Contact: 606-247-2254 September 10, 2009 C.a~sle areas: Yard Sale 622 Old Paris Rd, 1 mile from school June 28 and 29. 9:.30 fil ???? nothing over 50 cents. Rain or shine. Yard Sale Sat. June 29 8:00- ? Nicholas Co Fire Dept. Furniha'e, household goods, clothes, etc. several hmilies. Robertson County Huge Multi-family Benefit yard Sale /Bake Sale for Samantha Bustos, July 5th and July 6th 8 a.rtL - ? At the Robertson County Community center located on Hnhook Road. Behind the nurs- ing home. Many items too numer- ous to mention! All proceeds go to Samantha Bustos for medical expenses and other needs! Any donations may be dropped off on., July 4th from 12-6 at the commu- nity center. Contact Genda High- field at 606842-0107 or Glenneta Fryman at 6068424)850 for more info. Yard Sale July 5th at 1693 Dan Ridge Road five miles from Wel- lington, Ky. Antiques, dishes, roll- top desk, h%rary tables, computer desk, men and womens clothes, exercise bLke, and much more. REG. GELBVIEH AND BALANCER BULLS & HIEFER'S, ALSO COMM. BALANCER BULLS, MEETS' COST SHARE PROGRAMS E.P.D'S. MOST J-BOB CAROLINA FORTUNE DECENT'S. BRIAR PATCH GELBVIEH'S 606-247-2906 Are you paying to much for your Medicare Supplements? Do you have questions about Medicare Part D? Sopers Drug 102 South Broadway Corner of Broadway 8/Market Street will be hosting IIMMIE E. GATES, INSURANCE AGENT Every first Wednesday of each month 9 a.m.-5p.m. to help answer your questions or meet with you for a personal interview (606)683-2104 pholstery & Canvas Home Disc Mower Curtains Boat Tarps and Covers Auto - UTV Cab Enclosures Over Years Experience Bring in this ad for 10% off on all fabrics Matt Oldham - Owner 5842 Morehead Rd. Flemingsburg, KY 41041 Insurance Protection * Financial Securit, Article submitted by Mayor Gary M. Hunt Summer has definitely ar- rived in Bath County. As I travel out and about in our county during this time of year I am reminded just how fortunate we are to live in such a serene, beautiful location. As I have done in the past, I want to give you a status report on some of the events occurring in our area. The Owingsville Lion's Club horse show is coming up July 2-4 at the Lion's Club Park. This is a wonderful time to take the family out for some great entertain- ment and be part of a tradi- tion that has gone on since the summer of 1945. On Saturday night, Au- gust 3rd, we will have our annual Street Dance in the "pocket" located by the courthouse on South Court St. The Charley Lyons Band will be performing again this year as we all enjoy a great night of small town fun, fel- lowship, and food. Bring your lawn chairs and your family and get ready for a wonderful evening of enter- tainment. I would also like to thank two public servants for their dedicated and faithful ser- vice to our county. Kathy Tapp retired after 22 years of working in the Bath County PVA office. Bath County Clerk Carolyn Rogers re- tired after spending 44 years in the county clerk's office. I want to wish both of these individuals the very best as they enter into a new phase of their life. The tentative opening date for the Save-A-Lot gro- cery store is now set for Sep- tember 25th. This past De- cember, CTI Foods acquired Custom Food Products, LLC which is located here in our industrial park. CTI Foods has seven state-of-the-art food processing facilities and -over 1,000 employees idaho, California, Ken- tucky, Texas, and Pennsyl- vania locations. CTI Foods had expressed an interest in expanding the Owingsville Custom Foods plant. We began local and state nego- tiations with CTI in early January on this potential ex- pansion. CTI recently pur- chased the Cintas factory building and its 13 acres of land located beside Custom Foods. The Cintas building had been empty since the beginning of 2009. This was exciting news as we contin- ued our discussions with CTI on the expansion. During the course of our negotiations, CTI Foods was acquired by Thomas H. Lee Partners and Goldman Sachs. Thomas H. Lee Part- ners is one of the world's oldest and most experienced private equity firms. Since 1974, they have raised ap- proximately $20 billion of equity capital and invested in more than 100 businesses with an aggregate purchase price of more than $150 bil- lion. Goldman Sachs is a leading global investment banking securities and in- vestment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to di- versified clients. Founded in 1869, the firm is head- quartered in New York and maintains offices in all major financial centers around the world. I became somewhat concerned when CTI was purchased by these two gi- ants in their industry but was assured that CTI's new owners had an even stron- ger interest in continuing our talks about expanding the Owingsville plant. The amount of investment and the number of new jobs cre- ated by this project would be a tremendous boost to the economy of Bath County and surrounding areas. At the current time, we are continuing our negotiations with CTI and its new owners on this potential expansion and hope to have some posi- tive news to announce soon. Auction Reminder Rt. 52 Ripley, Oh. Sun. lune 30 10:00 New Buil g Suppi;es Ca]] or see web for list & terms- Towler's Auction Service 513-309-7779 Towlersauctioninc.com My mother used to tell me to "never sell myself short". We, as a city and county, can take this same advice. We must never stop promoting our region and all the advan. tages it has to offer. If we do, good things will happen. President Clinton coined the slogan, "It's the economy, stupid", back in 1992 and guess what? It's still the economy. Since our Cintas factory closed in 2009, for every 1 person added to the "Job Rolls", 75 people have been added to the "Food Stamp" Rolls in our country. This is not good. We mus! begin looking for a "hand up" instead of a "hand out". In order for this to happen we must provide job portunities for those unem- ployed. With the addition of the new Save-A-Lot grocery, E.A.S. Services (forme Donetech building) in om industrial park, and this tential new expansion we are on our way but we can nevel stop working. I will keel: you updated on any new de- velopments. Until next time, enjoy these beautiful days ol summer in Bath County and as you greet each new day, I encourage you to remem- ber the scripture that says, This is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it". Instead of Certificates of Deposit, ask about a Single Premium Deferred Annuity with a First-Year Interest Bonus from Woodmen of the World. June initial guaranteed interest rates are: Payable on a certificate with annuity values of $10,000-$24,999. Payable on a certificate with annuity values of $25,000-$99,999. Payable on a certificate with annuity values of %100,000-$499,999. Secondary guaranteed interest rate through surrender charge period is 1.00% Minimum guaranteed interest rate is 1.00% Pat K. 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