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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper July 28, 2010 5 PIPELINE CONTIN- UED FROM PAGE 1 One reason Kentuckians travel to Florida to get drugs is KASPER, which stands for Kentucky All Schedule Prescription Electronic Reporting. Florida had no such drug-monitoring plan in place until last year, when its legislature passed a similar measure. But Florida's statewide data- base isn't operative be- cause lawmakers didn't allot funding for it. Efforts are under way to fund the program through federal grants before the Dec. 1, 2010 deadline that legislators established. The Kentucky suspects visited the Liberty pain clinic, which is a part of the Liberty Medical Group based in Boca Raton, Fla. The clinic charges its pa- tients $250 for the initial visit and offers the ser- vices of an on-site phar- macy, according to the Liberty clinic's web site. The suspects were seen by Dr. Nancy Kopitnik, who wrote the suspects' prescriptions, accord- ing to police reports. A Florida television news crew interviewed Dr. Kopitnik at the clinic late last week but an administrative official at the clinic cut the in- terview short, according to news reports. Dr. Kopitnik also maintains a drug-treat- ment center in Florida, according to news re- ports. According to jail per- sonnel in Louisville, Hedges remains incar- cerated on a $10,000 cash bond with Stacy having several warrants from various counties and is under a $30,000 cash bond. Transportation Cabi- net Officials said their policies have included employees using vaca- tion time to cover jail time, in the past. At- tempts to obtain a com- ment from Governor Steve Beshear on the drug-related arrest of a Transportation Cabinet employee were unsuc- cessful. All persons are in- nocent until proven guilty. Driver's education topic of By George Lewis News Reporter George@thebathconewsoutlook. corn The Bath County School Board will meet Thursday be- ginning with a 5:30 p.m. work session fol- lowing by the regu- lar meeting at 7 p.m. Both meetings will be held at the school board office, 405 W. Main St., Owings- ville. In the work ses- sion, an update on driver's education will be discussed, in addition to discus- sion of transporta- tion and vehicles for the district. A review of the five-year stra- tegic plan will be giv- en, in addition to a presentation on new standards implemen- tation. Among the items on the regular-meeting agenda are motions to approve a contract with Gateway Dis- school board trict Health Depart- ment for 2010-2011, and a contract with K9 Resources. The board will also accept bids for occu- pational and psycho- logical services and transportation for 4- H camp, and discuss fund-raisers. The board plans to enter executive ses- sion to discuss prop- erty and superinten- dent evaluation. Arthritis ,Menopause Lack of Energy oFibromyalgia I www.teenasea.com/jimmygates or call August 6 August 9 August 10 August 11 September 6 October 15-18 November 2 November 11 November 24 November 25 November 26 December 17 December 20 December 21 - January 2 January 17 February 21 April 4 - April 8 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 20 - June 14 Chester Greene, (Left.) retired, Georgetown, Ohio, Western Brown School District, Mt. Orab, Ohio, along with his sister Callie Sue Bonta, travelto Ft. knox, Kentucky, to visit the General Patton Museum (one of my favorite WWII Generals, The Gold Depository of the United Treasur: and Bernheim Research Forest near Louis- ville, Ky. 2010-2011 School Calendar Professional Development #1 Professional Development #2 Opening Day First Day for Students Labor Day - Holiday #1 Fall Break Election Day - School Dismissed Veteran's Day - Holiday #2 (Possible Make-Up Day) Thanksgiving - Holiday #3 Professional Development #3 Last Day of Fall Semester Professional Development #4 Winter Break MLK Birthday- Holiday #4 President's Day (Possible Make-Up Day) Spring Break Election Day - School Dismissed Last Day for Students Closing Day (Possible Make-Up Days) Mt. Sterling Freedom Homes 1 Anmm] Customer Appreciation Day! July 31st Live Band Free I, bod. Bouncy house for the kids Factory Repre ntatives available to answer all manu.facturing questions 5:00 pinto 8:00pm All discounts indicated al~ly to full l~c~l &is purchased at main gate~ AI I 0nly~ Save $2.00 on Guest-Under-54"/Senior SAW[ 4 Admission ev~ day. Save $2.00 on ~neral Admission on Saturdays in July & August. One coupon valid for up to 8 discounts. No double discounts. SAVE UPTO Expires October 10, 2010 1-877 GO FAMILY. WWW.HOLIDAYWORLD.COM It'r. IND. 162 & 24 ~. SOUTH OF 1-64" SANTA CLAUS, IND. ALL SEASON SUNDAY- FRIDAY I: I ANY DAY -- AFTER 3 P.M. I