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A-12 . ' Scene- The Bath Count Thursda' Senior champs m (Lef t to right) DeMon Kelly, Jeff Rudd, and Jimmy Pun/is walked away victorious in the Senior Division of the Victory Park 3-on-3 Tournament held August 14. The last tournament of the season will be held October 9. Senior runners-upm Pictured from left to right are Cody Nickles, Travis Heath and Carlos Hunt, who finished second in the Senior Division of the ment at Victory Park. ( Ken Metz) School board increase bus driver wages from front page - The skylight was a furnish- ing of OES' original design but was abandoned in ceiling reno-, vations at some point in past years, Richards said. The skylight is still in good condition and can provide natu- ral lighting to the entrance, Richards added. In addition to this request, Richards also asked permission to remove asbestos mastic which was revealed after the removal of tile in the main offices of OES. After further discussion, the Board unanimously approved both requests. In other agenda news, the Board officially three-year contract Cola Company to drinks and trict. A spokesman said a three-year provide an year extensions ' initial contract's Junior champs-- In the Junior Division 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, Zak Metz, Aaron Roberts, and Taylor Maze, took first place at Victory Park, August 14. Victory Junior runners-up-- (Left to right) Ethan Alsept, Jarrod Hunt and Adrian Hunt, received trophies as runners-up during the Park regularly hosts the double-elimination tournaments with both Junior and Senior Divisions participating. (News-Outlook photo, Ken Metz) Victory Park 3-on-3 Tournament, Saturday, August 14. (News-Outlook photo, Ken Metz) Your New Source for Supples :iM the Oateway! Birthday. Wedditg Seasozal (INOLUIINO COSTUMES ] Bridal t,- Baby Showers Balloot$ for all Oecasiom Plus Much More... Now Accepting Applications for full and part-time employment. Send .resume with cover letter to: Party Paradise, P.O. Box 269, Mt. Sterling, KY 40353. Accepting Applications until August 27. O # t I SPOONAMORE REALTY & AUCTION P.O. Box 654; 121 Montgomery Sq., Mt. Sterling, KY Ph.: 859-498-4270 Fax: 859-498-6017 Frank T. Spoonamore, Broker/Auctioneer/Appraiser 859-498-4270 or 498-4074 Michael Wells, Assoc. & Auctioneer, 606-674-3984 EXCELLE LOCATION in downtown Preston, newly remodeled stone veneer ranclT home with living room, kitchen/dining, 3 BR, BA, and utility on a 1.49 acre lot. In addition the property is improved wi a 24'x40' metal building with concreted floor and wired for 220.This propedy lireduced excellent income during October Court Days with 125 rental spots of which 54 are already rent- ed.Tbe 24'x40' building could serve as a base for additional storage buildings to be built on the property which would serve a need of the community. Call Sue at 859-498-4116 or 859-585-7030. David Amburgey, Apprentice Auct., 859-498-0716 Shella Sue Fugate, Assoc., 859-498-4116 Nicole Nelson, Associate, 859-737-4851 134 CHESAPEAKE DRIVE, PRESTON- 199916'x80' vinyl siding manu- factored home  living room, Idtoben/dlrdng, 3 BR, 2 BA, main bath  .rn ,t, ny, e too. en  centr  LP mrgency back up hent, encloend heated fTont perch. All on 0.65 acres wlth dry water, blacktop drive, 2 outbulidlngL well landped, beonda fence, nearly level lot. Call Sue at 659494116 or v)-7030. 3885 W. Hwy, 60 - Very nice, 4 DR, with foyer, LR, Idt./dining, 2 BA's, UT, black top drive, deck, above ground pool, insulated storage building, 3/4 acre lot. Call Sue 585-7030. A MUST SEE! MAKE AN OFFER! NEW LISTING: 1436 W. Hwy. 36, Owingslle-65 +/- acre farm. The right alze,  location, dON price, excellent for Ilventock, beautiful building site, conveniently located within 1.5 miles to Owingville 3 miles to 1-64 exit 121. Improvements include 5 bent barn, pond, city water, natural gas, cable tdth appro)L 40 acres cropland and 20 acres of woodland. MAKE AN OFFERI Call Sue M 859-4984116 or ff-585-7030. i25 C/al Spcing ttgomery County/ath Ca. Une- Beautiful spa- cious brick veneer home 'Country  with the protection of being in an exclusive sutxlivision. Home has approx. 1,700 sq. It living area with foyer, large LR, formal dining, kit, breakfast area, 3 DR, 2 BA, LIT, and 2 car attacll garage located on 1 ac. + 10t. Minutes from 1-64, Industrial Park, Mr. ,Stealing, (NCgsville, 45 minutes from Lexington and Moreheed. Call Sue 585-7030. REDUCED $175,000. OAKLEY PEBBLE ROAD, OwingtMb, Bath Co, 255+/- acres with approximately 200 acres cleared and 50+/. acres in woods, 9 ponds, 3 good barns, trailer hookup with water meter, septic tank  eleotnc. Excellent for livestock operation. Priced $165,000-WlLL CONSIDER OWNER RNANC- INGI CaB Sue, 585-7030, Saturday, September 4 from 6 to 9 p.m. in e Parking Lot Miller Plaza, Owingsville CALL TI IDAY A|ID LIST WITH USI.