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Clinics will be set up in the following locations: . * Bath County High School, 645 Chenault Drive, Owingsville Menifee County High School, 119 Indian Creek Road, Frenchburg 674 Turner Road, He * Montgomery County High School, 724 Woodford Drive, Mount Sterling * Morgan County High School, 150 Road to Success, West Liberty * Laughlin Health Build- ing, 230 University Boule vard, Morehead Hours of operation will be Show, 6:30 p.m., white hoOp barn , Wednesday, July 14: Ex- hibit Hall viewing, 10 am. — 2 p.m.; Inflatables (free!), 10 am. — pm. Thursday, July 15: His- toric Ag and Household photo by Cecil Lawson Memorabilia and Antique Appraisal, 5 7 p.m., Bath County Ag Education Cen- ter; Exhibit Hall viewing, 5 —- pm. Friday, July 16: Beef Show, green hoop barn, 6:30 p.m.; Steak Cook-Off, luly fi-l . thru” July 19th 6 p.m., green hoop barn; Exhibit Hall entry pick-up, 4 — 5:30 pm. Saturday, July 17: Poul- try Show and Rabbit Show, white hoop barn, 6:30 pm. Meet greet with new Bath County Superintendent A meet and greet with Bath County’s new Super- intendent, Steve Evans, will be held on Thursday, July 15, from 4:30 to 6:30 pm. at the Bath County High School Auditorium at 645 Chenault Drive, Ow- ingsville. Free water and cupcakes will be provided. For more information call 606-674-6314. Thursday, July 08, 2021 NOTE . Due to the unavailabil- r ity of photographs and show results at press fume this week, news about the 77th Annual Owingsville‘ Lions Club Horse Show will be in- cluded in a future edition. , Governorllnnonnees " -‘ $11.8 Million in Transnonation running to local Governments lor Street and lloall Imnrovements FUNDS SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES IN 33 COUNTIES, 13 CITIES Last Thursday Gov. Andy Beshear announced more than $11.8 million in discre tionary transportation fund- ing to help dozens of local governments make street and road repairs and im- provements for the better- ment of their communities. The funding from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) will sup port 177 projects that in- clude resurfacing, patching and sealing, storm drain work, slip repair and in one case, a connector road for economic development. Local projects include: Ky. Transportation Cabi— net District 9 Bath County: ($72,840) resurfacing on Eldon Hill/CR [1326, 0.480 mile, $27,000, and Fearing Road/ CR1100, 810.940; and patch- ing on Roger’s Mill Road/ CR 1321, 0.600 mile, $34,900 Rowan County Roads Timber Management l logging Fence Boards l Barn Siding Pallets ! Custom Sawing i Buying All Grades of Export Logs Including Walnut And Low Grade Logs as Well Specialized Logging ~ Directional Falling A vacant home on US 60 in Salt lick was'a total loss on Saturday afternoon, July 4, follow- ing a tire. Salt Lick Volunteer Fire Chief Brent Frizzell said his department was dispatched at 3:37 p.m. to the blaze, which fully engulfed the residence, and it was brought under con- ‘ trol in about 30 minutes. He noted there was some heat damage from the tire to a storage business next door and to a residence across the road. The fire department received mutual aid from Owingsville, Preston, and Olympian Springs Volunteer Fire Departments. Units remained on scene to control hot spots until about 6:30 pm. that evening. Chief Frizzell said the tire was suspicious in nature since there was no electricity or natural gas connect? ed at the structure, and the incident remains under investigation by Kentucky State Police. Monday, July 12, 12 4 pm. Tuesday, July 13 —— Saturday, July 17, 12 - 4 p.m., and Mon- day, July 19, 8 am. to 4 pm. Sponsored by the Depart- cont. on pg. 14 10499 02178 9 Operation, Gateway cont. on pg. 14 8c LOGGING 606-845-8718 Sawdust l Firewood Certified Master Loggers mingsburg,‘KY 41041 vrsn { sons