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8 - July 26, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook e KSP Post 8 Kentucky State Police hag County High School ha Post 8 Commander, Cap- 2002. He attended More- taln Bobby D. Murray wel- comes three new Troop- ers to the Morehead Post. The new troopers were part of the agency's third Law Enforcement Accel- erated Program (LEAP), a condensed course for current police officers who have three years of Kentucky Police Officer Professional Standards (POPS) law enforcement experience. They started an ll-week training cycle on April 15, 2012 Trooper Jared Wagner is from Fleming County and graduated from Hem- head State University and also Maysville Commu- nity College. In 2006 he was hired by the Fleming County Sheriff's Office and was employed there for over six years. He has been married nearly five years and has one son. Trooper Grant Faulkner is from Powell County and graduated from Powell County High School in 2005. He attended East- ern Kentucky University for two and half years. Faulkner had been em- ployed with the Powell County Sheriff's Depart- New ment before transferring to the Stanton Police De- partment for the past 2 years. Trooper Thurman Dwayne Paige is from Fleming County and graduated from the Flem- ing County High School ha 1995. He also attended Morehead State Univer- sity. Trooper Paige was employed for 6 years at Flemingsburg Police De. pertinent and 3 years as a Deputy Sheriff with Flem- ing County Sheriff's Of- rice. He has been married for 13 years and has three children. Between 10,000 and 15,000 street rods, clas- sics and muscle cars will be on hand at the Ken- tucky Exposition Center within the next three weeks as the National Street Rod Association presents its 43rd Annual Street Rod Nationals Plus. The dates for city's largest vintage car show and collector cars. Don't miss the addition of the muscle cars, factory pro- duced high performance machines from the 60s and 70s along with the classic cars and customs of the 50s. This creates a unique mix of old and new vehicles and is truly a national gathering of rods, customs and col- will be August 2, 3, 4 and lectors of every descrip- 5, 2012. This will be the eigh- teenth time the NSRA Street Rod Nationals have been held in Louis- ville and an all time high number of participants and spectators are ex- pected this year. All of the Expo Center grounds will be utilized for the event as well as most of the buildings, which will house over 350 manufac- turers, dealer displays and other attractions. Why the added "Plus" you may ask? "Plus" means more! More ve- hicles, more excitement, more people, more fun! In addition to the street rods that have been the mainstay of the NSRA and the organization over the years, this year's event will again include custom tion. The NSRA Street Rod Nationals Plus prom- ises to be the area's larg- est participation event and many vehicles from around the area will at- tend. This is truly an inter- national gathering of fine vintage automobiles of every description as well. The NSRA Street Rod Nationals Plus of one of the world's largest vintage car participation events and spectators from around the world attend the event annually. The NSRA Street Rod Nationals Plus is an excel- lent event for spectators and the 70,000 who are expected to attend will be treated to the sights and sounds of some of the most beautiful, best constructed vintage ve. hicles ever assembled in one place. One of special at- tractions for the specta- tors is that they can walk right up to the vehicles and check each one out up close, as they are not roped off or other- wise confined. All are in the open and can be examined top to bottom, front to back, inside and out. While the exquisite paint and other features of the car should not be touched, spectators are free to look to their heart's content. The big street rod show will be at the beau- tiful Kentucky Exposi- tion Center and is open to the public Thursday, August 2rid through Sun- day, August 5th. Make your plans now to attend the 43rd Annual Street Rod NationalsPlus in Louisville. It promises to be one of the biggest vintage car shows in the city's history and you can enjoy every part ot it. Those of us at NSRA know you won't soon for- get it. Visit us online at www. nsra-usa.com for more in- formation. 0 submitted by Kelly Wilson Girls Varsity Basketball Coach Troy Lee Thomas held a camp for aspiring players Monday through Thursday last week. Coach Thomas gave tips and encouragement to boys and girls in attendance. Celebrity players made appearances, including, pictured in the back with Coach Thomas and Coach Moore and campers, Chez Marks, former Morehead State University player and current professional basketball player in Europe. We Buy, Sell Or Trade New & Used Farm & Equipment Office (606) 8494853 Route 11 North 3742 Maysville Road Flemingsburg, KY 41041 www.sauerimplement.com lob Opening Tlie Bath County Board of Education is now accepting applications for Perma- nent Substitute. Must meet minimum qualifications of emergency certification. Applications may be picked up at the Bath County Board of Education office, 405 West Main Street in Owingsville during normal business hours from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Applications may also be accessed through our web site www bath.kyschools.us. If you have any questions in regard to this position please contact Steve Meadows at 606-674-6314. Position will remain open until filled. Bath County Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer Published in the Bath County News Outlook Help Wanted Opening for a male Drug Testing Technician because of the direct observation process. Position is located in the Bath Co. area and is part- time. Bonus applies after two months of employment. Pre-employment test required: Drug Test and Back~ound check. Medical background a plus but not required To apply: www.premierintegriW.com or e-mai~ leahC,~remierintegrity.com For more information call 1-800-256-7141 Equal Employment Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer Job Opening The Bath County Board of Education is now accepting applications for Instruc- tional Assistant. Applications may be picked up at the Bath County Board of Education office, 405 West Main Street in Owingsviile during normal business hours from 8:00 am to 4:30 pra. Applications may also be accessed through our web site www.bath.kyschools.us. If you have any questions in regard to this position please contact Steve Meadows at 606-674- 6314. Position will remain open until filled. Bath County Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer Published in the Bath County News Outlook iI 1050 US Hwy 27 South Cynthiana, KY 41031 859-234-3325 Nike New Balance Clark Red Wing Carhartt Aigner Justin Eastland SAS Wolverine Reebok Dexter Rocky K.Swiss Hushpuppy Keyla Snowden, who played for the University o! Kentucky this past year, was the special speeke; at camp on Thursday night. Here Keyla poses with Karson Tolle. EET DANCE Saturday, Aug. 4th 7 P.M.- 10 P.M. Courthouse Square Live Local Band U.S. 60 Rummage Sales All Day Food Vendors and other Mdse. Vendors Are Welcome to Set Up