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News Outlook YoIIr Hometown Newspaper July 02, 2015 - 9 O O O O Photo by Cecil Lawson 6th District US Representative Andy Barr held his "Coffee with Your Congressman" at the Cornbread Caf6 Wednesday morning. Barr heard from local constituents and discussed recent controversial US Supreme Court decisions that affirmed same-sex marriage across the country and struck down Environmental Protection Agency regulations that affected, both the electrical utility and coal industries. He also listened to people's concerns over the nation-wide push to remove Confeder- ate flags and historic monuments. O O O With the Fourth of July hofiday coming tip this weekend, Daniel Boone National Forest officials are reminding visitors that all fireworks are banned on na- tional forest lands. Forest Service policy prohibits "possessing, dis- charging or using any kind of firework or other pyro- technic device" within the national forest. "This policy was devel- oped to help ensure the safety of our forest visitors," said Forest Supervisor Bill Lorenz. "The use of fireworks was never permitted in de- The 2015 Bath County Agricultural Fair is fast ap- proaching. For a complete copy of the fair catalog stop by the Bath County. Exten- sion Office or go on-line to bath, Events that will be tak- ing place at the fair include: the exhibit hall entries, a goat and sheep show, beef FairJuiv7-11 cattle show, swine show, poultry show, produce auc- tion, farm tennis ball horse pull, draft horse and nmle show, a steak cook off. an- tique appraisals, historic agriculture and household memorabilia displays and 4-H Talent Showcase. For more infornmtion contact the Bath Counb: Extension Office at 606-674-6121. veloped recreation areas, but our policy .now extends the ban on fireworks to the general forest area." Forest Service regula- tions also require that campfires be attended at -all times. The agency recom- mends campfires in desig- nated fire rings aud grills within developed recreation areas to minimize the risk of m] uncontrolled wildfire. S O.K. Warehouse Rt. 52 Ripley, Oh. Buying or Selling Call- We Sell Daily!!! No Auction this Week Kitchen Cabinets Buy I Piece or a WhCe Set (Bring your sizes)- * Rolls of Carpet & Viny! Fl0oringi ......... * Beautiful Pre Finished Pre: mium & Cabin Grade Hard- wood Flooring up to 6" Wide Made'by Bruce, Armstrong, & Somerset- Ceramic & Porcelain Tile- Laminate & Padding- Installers Available) Metal Rooting 200 Windows In Stock- Exterior & Interior Doors- See the Doors Open Stop In or Call Randy 513- 315-4360 David Bell will be at the Montgomery Coun Pub- lic Library on Thursday, Ju]y 16th at 6 PM to dis- Cuss his books. Dr. Bell is an associate professor of English at Western Ken- tncky University. He ob- tained his Ph.D. in Ameri- can literature and creative writing from the Universi- ty of Cincinnati. His book, Cemetery GM, won the Pfix Polar International du Cognac of France in 2013, which is an award for best non-French crime or mystery novel Suspense Magazine hails Dr. Bell as "one of the brightest and best crime fiction writers of our time". His latest novel, Somehody I Used to iQmw will be published on July 7th. Refi'eshments will be served and copies of the anthor's books will be available to purchase. Call the library at 85.9-498- 2404 for more information. This event is free and open to the public. Follow the library on Facebook to learn about further book signings by local authors. What doesyour business card If you need business cards, or want to rework a current one, call us at 859-289-6425 to set up an appointment with one of our designers. Pricesare: 250 cards for $35 1000 cards for $49 500 cards for $39 $89, i le Clinic fl M:hi~*~' Oor Commur~itieu Healthi~.r "107 %. Broadwav (.2a~ lisle 859-,,289-4 24 (',Aollday friday 8 am ~ 4::.~0 prn Same Day Sick Visits Kindergarten, 6th grade & Camp Physicals Well Child and Immunizations Work and CDL Physicals Gynecological & Wellness Exams Minor Sprain, Strain, & Other Injuries Most insurances accepted including Medicare a'nd Medicaid. Call today for your appointment. Bethel Volunteer Fire Department Tenderloin or Hot Dog dinner, dessert and drink $6.00 per plate (Tenderloin Dinner). $4.00 per plate (Hot Dog Dinner) Auction to Start at 6:30 p.m. Come out for a fun time of fellowship All proceeds to benefit the East Fork Church of God Building Fund