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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper July 05, 2012 -13 COMMUNITY Most t fire andall firew0rks banned on national forest Submitted by Holly Howard This was the last week for Summer Reading 2012 programs. It has been GREATI The theme was Dream Big, Read and we have covered lots of Ideas from dreaming in sleep, nocturnal animals, wishing, and the night sky. This week we finished with a bangl Participants who met the time limit for reading log turn-ins got to take a trip to MSU's Space Science Center to watch a program in the Star Theatre. They watched a short movie about stars, saw a laser music show, and got to view some of our solar system neighbors. For those participants who were too young or couldn't attend the show, a gaming program was presented. This group got to play Wii games, the Angry Birds board game and build with Legos. They also got SIushles' after the games on the Court House lawn. I would like to take the time to Thank our community partners the Bath County FRYSC, Bath County School Age Child Care, Bath County Community Education, and Bath County Food Services. I would also like to thank the Judge Executive and everyone at the Court House who allowed us to serve our Slushies on the front lawn. Dealing With Cattle In Extreme Heat Below are suggesflfis tential needs for water When wetting make the situation worse. on dealing with cattle in extreme heat. Here is a good link: http://www.ars. usda.gov/Main/docs. htm?docid=15627 Actions to Minimize Heat Stress in Cattle (from USDA) Prepare - Plan - Be Pro- active on the same water supply line. During the summer water intake may exceed 9 gallons per head per day. Midwest Plan Service suggests a water space requirement of 1.5 inches per head. For example, 100 head of cattle would need 150 inches of water Actions before an extreme heat event= 1. Monitor the weather. 2. Prepare a summer. feeding .program, which is a low heat increment diet, to feed the cattle during heat waves. 3. Ensure that there are no restrictions to air movement such as hay storage locations or wind breaks. to be taken: tank perimeter. 5. Water intake decreas- es when water tempera- ture exceeds 80E As a result, ensure that water pipes are not exposed to sun. Pipes should be at least 2 feet underground. 6. Consider the use of additional water tanks. 7. Consider added shade at least over the sick pens, and possibly over other vulnerable ani- 4. Check stock tanks to,,. reals .......  J ensur# adequate water. Make sure to have ade- quate access for multiple animals to drink at one time. Check reserves, pumps, and all parts of the watering system. Check the refill rate of the stock tanks; remem- ber in the summer when many animals are drink- ing many tanks will be trying to fill at one time in addition to other po- 8. Remove manure build up from around wa- ter tanks, feed bunks and under shade. Manure build up should not ex- ceed 1 inch in depth. Actions to take during an extreme heat event: 1. DO NOT MOVE AN- IMALS. 2. Observe animals for signs of heat stress. 3. Consider wetting the animals or the ground. animals use large drop- lets (150 micron diam- eter sprinklel:s) not a fine mist. Wet the animals to the hide. This means sat- urating the hair for maxi- mum cooling effect. The water, should run off the animals. Wetting is effi- cient where there is wind and low relative humid- ity. Night sprinkling may be effective. Ensure that there is adequate water to maintain cooling. Once sprinkling commences it will need to continue until the heat wave conditions abate. Be prepared to sprinkle for up to 5 days. If pens are wet, after rain for example, adding wa- ter will further increase humidity within the pen. Consider multiple sprin- klers, a minimum of 3 per pen, at various locations within a pen. These sprin- klers can be turned on and off in attempt to re- duce mud holes. Avoid lo- cating sprinklers around water tanks, feed bunks, or shade. Use caution if fire trucks are used to wet cattle. If cattle are not used to this treatment they may run away from the water, which could The soil in a feedlot absorbs and retains heat well. Ground tempera- tures in the feedlot are typically 20 - 50 F warm- er than the air tempera- tures. During an extreme heat event the surface of the feedlot can exceed 150 E Adding water to the ground will cool the surface as the water evaporates. Be careful not to create mud holes. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT DMSION I ACTION NO. 12-CI-90057 FARM CREDIT SERVICES OF MID-AMERICA PLAINTIFF VS: NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE BILLY G. HUNT, ET AL DEFENDANTS By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on 22 June 2012, to raise the sum of $37,821.29, interest, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsville, Bath Count, Kentucky, on Saturday, 21 July 2012, at the hour of 12 noon., the fillowing described property: 1290 Bethel Ridge Road, Sharpsburg, Kentucky 40374 Being Tract 5 and Tract 7 as described on the Plat of record in Hat Cabinet A, Slide 98, at the office of the Bath County Clerk and for a more particular description reference is hereby made to said plat. FOR HISTORY OF TITLE REFERENCE is hereby made to the deed of cunveyance dated December 30, 2005, from "l'homas Dewayne Crouch, single, to Billy G. Hunt and Marie Hunt, husband and wife, of record at Deed Book 211, Page 697, at the office of the Bath County Clerk. This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easements, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath County Clerk. The terms of the sale shall be ten (10%) percent cash or check at the tinae of sale and the balance on credit of thirty (30) days with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in full at the time of sale. The successful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest at the rate of twdve (12%) per annum from date of sale until paid, which bond shall have the full force and effect of a Judgment and should ecution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be allowed, A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. Hon. Earl Rogers III Master Commissioner Bath Circuit Court CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE The undersigned hereby certifies that the foregoing has been served on the parties by mailing or hand-delivering the same to the followins Hon. William Lane, Judge 21st Judicial Circuit Rowan County Judicial Center Morehead, KY 40351 Hon. Leah Hawkins 40 Broadway St. Mr. Sterling, Ky 40353 Billy Hunt and Marie Hunt 1310 Bethel RIdge Road Sharpsburg, Ky 40374 Mr. Tim Lyons 182 Ely Branch Road Owingsvflle, KY 40360 Mr. Bobby Clark Rogers 1261 West Highway 60 Owingsvi_lle, KY 40360 Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 0Z5.2012 Due to current drought conditions, management of- ficials have issued emergen- cy orders concerning visi- tors' use of fire in the Daniel Boone National Forest. Beginning June 27, camp- fires, charcoal grills, candles and open-flame torches are prohibited outside of devel- oped recreation areas on na- tional forest lands. Fires are allowed in developed sites within Forest Service desig- nated fire rings constructed of metal or concrete. Portable lanterns and stoves that use gas, jellied petroleum or pressurized liquid fuel are permitted, which allows for the use of tabletop and backpack stoves that are popular with many campers and hikers. A separate order prohib- its "possessing, discharging or using any kind of fire- work or other pyrotechnic device" anywhere on nation- al forest lands of the Daniel Boone. "When considering, the current drought conditions and the extended forecast with little to no rain in sight, these orders were issued to help ensure public safety and reduce the chance for wildfires," said Deputy For- est Supervisor Bill Lorenz, "The fire bans are needed as an added safeguard for our visitors, employees, neighbors, and adjacent property." Forest Service fire man- agers closely monitor the potential for wildfire dur- ing extended periods of dry weather. Weather data and computer models are used to determine fire risks. -The current indicators show high fire danger for this time of year "The lack of rain and high temperatures has caused the forest ground fuels tc become extremely dry oveI the past few weeks," added Lorenz. "Over the past several years, some of the most damaging wildfires affect- ing our natural resources have occurred during drought conditions. These fires started from escaped campfires or campers using fireworks or candles." In Kentucky, the offida] fire hazard seasons run from February 15- April 3C and October 1 - December 15. Wildfires in Kentucky rarely occur outside of these timeframes unless droughl conditions are in progress. Inside the developed rec- reation areas where camp fires are allowed, officials recommend that campfires be kept to a minimum and contained in designated fire rings or grills within deve oped recreation areas. Any individual caughl violating the campfire or fireworks ban on national forest lands will be issued a minimum $300 fine. Individ- uals or groups responsible for causing a wildfire may also be held liable for sup pression costs, which can become extensive once fire fighters and heavy equip ment are needed. The commercial firework displays that are scheduled to occur at Laurel River Lake and Cave Run Lake fox the Fourth of July are ex- empted from the emergen- cy order banning fireworks in the national forest. Gateway Community Agency meeting Gateway CommtmityAction Agency will hold its bimonthly, board meeting on Thursday, July 12, 2012. The. meeting will be held in Frenchburg at the Menifee County Community Building and will begin at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend. l COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION I ACTION NO. 10-CI-90017 TAX EASE LIEN INVESTMENTS 1, LLC VS: NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE PLAINTIFF DAVID BROOKS MCCARTY DEFENDANTS By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on 22 July 2012, to raise the sum of $706.24, interest, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, 21 July 2012, at the hour of 12 noon., the following described property: Beginning at a point in the southerly right of way line of Lyons Road comer to property of Hatton; thence, in a southerly direc- tion 1055 feet to a point'comer to Hatton, Stull and the property herein conveyed; thence, with the Stull line 350 feet to a point, a comer made comer to property previously conveyed to Grantees by Grantors, thence with the line of said previously conveyed property to a point in the southerly right of way Line of Lyons Road; thence with the right of way line of Lyons Road to the point of beginning. BEING THE SAME PROPERTY conveyed to David Brooks McCarty and Lmda Jean McCarty, by deed dated April 4, 2000, recorded in Deed Book 193, Page 614, of the Bath County Clerk's office. This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easements, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath County Clerk. The terms of the sale shall be ten (10%) percent cash or check at the time of sale and the balance on credit of thirty (30) days with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in full at the time of sale. The successful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest at the rate of twelve (1296) per annum from date of sale until paid, which bond shall have the full force and effea of a ludgment and should execution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be allowed. A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissinner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. Hon. Earl Rogers III Master Commissioner Bath CircmtCourt CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE The undersigned hereby certifies that the foregoing has been served on the parties by mailing or hand-delivering the same to the following: Hon. William Lane, Judge 21st Judicial Circuit Rowan County Judicial Center Morehead, KY 40351 Hon. Donald R. Jones Wilensky & Jones, LLP 3109 Carlisle St., Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75204 Linda Jean McCarty 277 Lyons Road Owingsvfile, Ky 40360 David Brooks McCarty 277 Lyons Road Owingsville, Ky 40360 Owingsville Banking Company RO. Box 575 OwingsviUe, Ky 40360 Mr. Tim Lyons 182 Ely Branch Road Owingsville, k"Y 40360 Mr. Bobby Clark Rogers !261 West Highway 60 Owingsvfl]e, KY 40360 Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 0Z05.2012