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J News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper Juv 05, 2012- 5 SCHOOL/SPORTS New Middle School Principal announced smao.,00s.ou,a00.o00kKE00s accounts for accuracy Slone by Interim Supt. Steve Kenton LLounty is the left open following the de- Kentucky high school D = 1.0, and F = 0. AP Meadows. Meadows said that Slone was previously Assistant Principal at Scott High School in Taylor Mill in Ken- ton County. Slone was chosen among other applicants by the Middle School's Site-Based Decision-Making Council, who have conducted a num- ber of recent meetings to interview candidates. state's third most populous county behind Fayette and Jefferson Counties, and in- cludes the dries of Coving- ton and Independence. The total enrollment of the Ken- ton County School District is 13,140 students. Scott High School has around 1100 stu- dents and 65 teachers and staff members. The prinicpars posfion at the Middle School as parture of Mark Leet, who moved back to his home- town of Flemingsburg to be- come Prindpal at Fleming County High School. Todd Neace was selected to be Assistance Principal at the Middle School back in June. Supt. Meadows said that a meet-and-greet will be scheduled soon for Slone. By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com The Bath County School District has annotmced that John Slone has been se- lected as Principal of Bath County Middle School. An email was sent out to the school's stakeholders on Sunday afternoon con- firming the employment of Bath teams finish well in Montgomery Softball League Photo submitted by Lexle Craig The Bath County Storm team (9 to 11 year aids) ended their season in third place during the regular season at the Montgomery County Softball League. The team went on to become runners-up in the tournament Pictured are, front row, Emma Crouch, Edn Barker, Isabella Copher, Macy Sparks, and Morgan McNabb; second row, Kayles Purvis, Whitney Ginter, Kylen Messer, Paige Faudera, Autumn Mclntosh, K. K. Maze, and MaKenna Moore. Coach in back row, Allen Messer, Chds Crouch, Davey Moore, and Aden McNabb. Absent from photo is Kelsey Robinson. students and 2012 grad- uates should check their Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) accounts for ac- curacy. KEES allows students to earn money for col- lege by getting good grades in high school and for qualifying scores on the ACT or SAT. Stu- dents eligible for free or reduced lunches may also earn awards for good scores on Ad- vanced Placement and International Bacca- laureate exams. KEES is administered by the Kentucky Higher Educa- tion Assistance Author- ity (KHEAA). To check awards and personal information, students need to use the Zip Access function on www.kheaa.com. If they do not already have a Zip Access account, they can easily set one up from the KHEAA home page. Students may verify their KEES GPA is cor- rect by taking the leRer grade for each course taken during the year and converting it to a 4.0 scale on which an A = 4.0, B = 3.0, C = 2.0, and IB course grades receive one extra point of weight in the calcula- tion, making an A = 5.0, B = 4.0, etc. The GPA is calculated by adding all the points together and dividing the total by the number of credits earned during the year. Students who need to have GPAs or other information corrected should contact their school counselor. If students do not see any KEES information, they should call the KHEAA College Access Team at (800) 928-8926. Students do not have to apply to receive their KEES awards. If they at- tend an eligible college or university, KHEAA will send their award to the school once the school verifies enroll- ment. To learn how to plan and prepare for higher education, go to www. gotocollege.ky.gov. For more information about Kentucky schol- arships and grants, visit www.kheaa.com; write KHEAA, P.O. Box 798, Frankfort, KY 40602; or call (800) 928-8926, ext. 6-7372. Photo submitted by Lexie Craig The Bath County Thunder team (12 to 15 year aids) won the regular season title at the Montgomery County Softball League as well the toumament. Pictured are, front row, Morgan Highley, Kayla Lewis, Liz Hicks, Alyssa Williams, and Deana Willoughby; second row, Savannah Clark, Brooke Snedegar, Darby Fraley, Keely Crouch, Madison Howard, Allison Hartley, Edn Hartley, and Assistant Coach Branita Lewis. NOt pictured were Haley Warner, Head Coach, Matt McNabb, and Assistant Coaches Danny Freley and Robert E. Snedegar. St. Claire Regional Family Medical Supply Celebrates Anniversary St. Claire Regional Family Medical Supply invites everyone to at- tend their Anniversary Celebration kick-off on Wednesday, July 11 in honor of their third annu- al anniversary. The kick- off event will include free health screenings from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Free screenings in- clude ankle brachial pres- sure, blood pressure, cholesterol, DermaScan, glucose, pulse oximetry, venous deficiencies and oxygen. Dr. Shilpan Patel and Dr. Amanda Ramey will review screening re- sults and answer health i related questions. Free health information will be provided by the Amer- ican Cancer Society, Curves Fitness Center, Orthofeet Diabetic Shoes and JOBST Compression Hosiery. The anniversary cele- bration sale will continue through July 21, with spe- cial sale pricing on many items throughout the store. Come in and take advantage of 15% off all lift chairs; 30% to 50% off scrubs, 10% off Brooks shoes, 25% off reading glasses and bifocal sun- glasses plus many more discounted sale items. St. Claire Regional Family Medical Supply is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. St. Claire Regional Family Medical Supply is conveniently lo- cated in the Kroger Shop- ping Center across from I.owes. No appointment is necessary and fasting is not required to partici- pate in the health screen- ings. For more informa- tion call 606-784-2414 or toll free 1-877-784-2414. TJ's Services Framing - Construction - Concrete - Garages - Pole Barns - Room Additions - Roofing - Siding- Block - Brick ' and Stone Tony Jarrell, Owner 606-407-2585 We cut to your size, #1METAL We Offer a Full line of Post Frame Building IIIB IIW-IIB1W lllllBIW-11-klm II Itlck Supplies DELIVERY AVAILABLE Pole Barns .Garages Horse Barns Metal Roofs Concrete Flatwork I Mon.-Ffl. 7:30m-Spin; Sat. 8m-11m; Cl0uKI Sun. N Bath County f- /l l eWS-UUtI00K Bath County News-Outlook (USPS 045260) is published every Thursday by M.C. Investments d/b/a/Bath County News-Outlook, 81-A Water St., Owingsville, KY 40360 Periodicals Postage Rates are paid at Owingsville, KY 40360 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Bath County News-Outlook, PO Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360 Members of the Kentucky Press Association- The International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors 011 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $25.00 for year in Bath County, $30.00bewhere in Kentucky and $35.00 ut of state. Subscriptions include sale tax where applicable. All subscriptions payable in advance. WE ENCOURAGE LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Bath County News-Outlook welcomes letters to the editor. Letters must be signed and include a daytime phone number for confirmation. Unconfirmed letters and unsigned letters will not be published. Phone numbers are not published We reserve the right to deny publication of letters and to edit letters for content. The deadline for letters to the editor is 5 p.m. Friday. Send letters to: Editor, Bath County News-Outlook EO. Box 577 Owingsville, KY 40360 Letters may also be e-mailed to: melissa@kynewsgroup.corn However, ire-mail is used, the sender should call 606-674-9994 to confirm that the letter was received. HOW TO REACH US Mailing address: P.O. Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360 Phone: 606-674-9994 Fax: 606-674-9994 Email for news and advertising: mclissa@kynewsgroup.com I Feudere and Mcllvain honored with transporation award submitted by Kelly Wilson Bath County School employees Gary Faudere and Ed- die Mcllvain received the honors of "Outstanding Main- tenance Department" from the Kentucky Department of Education and the Student Transportation Association of Kentucky at the twentieth annual summer confer- ence on June 26, 2012. The award was sponsored by International Buses and goes to the most outstand- ing transportation maintenance department in Kentucky. The award reads, =...In Recognition of Dedication and Untidng Service to Pupil, Transportation". Left to dght: Mark Lancaster, President, Student Trans- portation Association of Kentucky, Roy Pnnce, Kentucky Department of Education, Gary Faudere, Bath County Schools, Eddie Mcllvain, Bath County Schools, and Dave Mangum, KDE. Not pictured, Burnsy Stewart, Transportation Director, Bath Co. School District. FARMERS HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE OF FLEMING COUNTY " "Since 1875" o O 108 Court Square, Flemlngsburg 606-674-2237 FIRE, WIND, LIGHTNING, PERSONALAND FARM LIABILITY, MOBILE HOME INSURANCE Charles "Bud" Hunt, Bath Coun Directory Colonial Personal Care Home in OwingsviUe is currently accepting applica- tions for Personal Care Giver. Care Giver will be responsible for supervision of residents, housekeeping and dietary services. This posi- tion is part-time and second shift. Apply in person at Colonial Personal Care Home between the hours of 8 AM to 1 PM. No phone calls please. DEADLINES: Editorial copy deadline is 5 p.m. Friday. Advertising copy wi proof deadline 5 p.m. Friday, advertising copy without proof, 10 a.m. Friday Classified advertising deadline 10 a.m. Tuesday. PHOTOS/ELECTRONIC ADVERTISING: Color, black and white and digital photos are all accepted. Digital photos should be submitted in the jpg format and can be emailed. Old photos will be accepted at any time. Please do not submil i newspaper clippings or photocopies. Photos may be picked up after they are published in the newspaper. Electronic Advertising must be submitted in pdt format and can be emailed to the above address. LEGALADVERTISING: Font-Arial, Size-7/8. Deadline 5 p.m. Friday. All submitted copy must be signed and include a daytime phone number. Bath County News-Outlook reserves the right to reject any submission to this newspaper. While it i the policy of this paper to print as much local material as possible, it is necessary to retain this fight. W reserve the right to edit any submitted editorial . The publication reserves the right to use the wore Advertising at any time management feels !t is appropriate. Adveisen assume responsibility for advertising content and shall hold without claim Bath Counq News-Outlook for adverfialng published. The publisher is not liable for verbal or telephone materials inka with the intent of pobllahing. Any legal fees, collection costs or related charges will be the responsibility o the advertiser. I I I I I