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News Outlook Heaven Is A Lot Like Kentucky By Charles Mattox “If you can’t explain it to a six-year—old, you don’t un- derstand it yourself Albert Einstein My son Cassidy Michael - Mattox turned six-years- old the other day. He’s a fine young man and good son. He’s turning into more of an independent boy every day and he loves to learn about the world around him. Right now that world consists of him learning to read and write, do some art work, build interacting and exchangeable Lego proj- ects and continue to study the subtle nuances of sev- August 23 27, 2021 Harold Crippen, Jr. to Har- old Crippen, Jr. and Teresa Garner, property at Step- stone, Bath County, $1 Roger Lee Manley to Debra Dameron, Rebecca McCart, and Rhonda F. Manley, property at west side of White Oak Road, no monetary consideration Jerry Otis and Tannie Otis ’ to Charles Douglas Black and Fawn M. Black, being Lots No. 19, 22, 24, 25, 27, 33, 34, 35, and 36 of Riverside Estates, $45,000 Amos L. Fisher and Mary B. Fisher to Rachel Fisher, property on north side of KY 11, being at the terminus of Bowling Road, being ap proximately 1.5 miles north of the intersection of KY 11 The Land at Whispered Sermws tends to gravitate toward Super Mario Brothers. He takes great pride in and KY Bath County, $7500 City of Sharpsburg, Ken- tucky to Thomas D. Crouch and Vickie M. Crouch, prop- erty at 505 Main Street, Sharpsburg, $8500 Danny Michael Swartz to Michael Eugene Jones and Kelly Jones, property on State Route near Olym- pia, $100,000 ,8 9......pr ‘19:".3 In Providing Comprehensive seam Xv mam: 0: chm Your Hometown Newspaper OPINIONS The opinion page does not reflect the views of the KyNewsGro‘up. sonal offense if e cook any meal without his assis- tance. SIX He likes to wrestle with his daddy every day, and, as he is a very fast boy it comes as no surprise that he outruns his daddy in our daily race back from the mailbox. He nurtures his three cats and tries to impress ' his mommy with cleaning his room and the general tidiness he sometimes tiates on his own. He likes to stand on the front porch with his mother and I, and watch the power of Mother Na- ture when She unleashes it. He is particularly fond of watching thunderstorms I and the harder it rains, the more he dances in it. He has a sharp sense of humor, a beautiful laugh and he laughs often. He is brave boy and will catch spiders and put them outside when they scare his mommy, but he tries to be careful not to harm them in the process as his mother has instilled in him the value of life for all crea- tures. Amber and I make it a point to tell him every day that we are proud of his ac- complishments. COMMUNITY Bath county Property Transfers Asa Harlan Leach and Andrea Gay Leach to Me- gan Elizabeth Everman and Benjamin Bryce Everman, property on KY Highway 5.5 miles from south of Salt Lick, no monetary con- sideration Noah Borntreger and‘ Fannie Berntr‘eger to John R Wood and Diana K Wood and Diana K. Wood and John €39.99; Inc. "Helping You Put the Pieces Together” Behavioral Health. Substance Abuse, Crisis and lntellectual/Developmental Disability Services Serving: Bracken Fleming Lewis - Mason Robertson 888—328-0470 / www.comprehendinccrg ‘The Land of Whispered Sorrows’ by Charles Mattox, a book of the Native American and early Pioneer history of northeast Kentucky, is now available . from the author for $30 per copy. The 148—page book contains numerous photos; a Native American projectile point identification guide and several chapters devoted to the conflict between Native Americans and Pioneers in the 17703 and 17803 with particular attention and focus on the events leading up to and involving the battle of Lower Blue Licks, August 1782. Send payment to: Charles Mattox 884 Hall Road Flemingsburg, Kentucky Free shipping Laying and Learning Owingsvme BaptlSt Church Daycare 92 CoYIe Street R Wood Revocable Family Trust, being a tract of land laying to the east and south of Walters Road in Means, Bath County, $600,000 Kristen Day to Brent Day, property at Salt Lick, on US Highway 60, $25,000 Tom Denton and Andrea Denton Durr and John Durr and Lola Bruce Denton to Grace Richardson, property He understands that he is officially a big boy now and takes pride in his abili- ty to wear his mask as long as needed. Big boys eat big boy food and he has been receptive to trying all kinds of new foods to make him bigger and stronger. He’s growing like a weed. Cassidy is starting his formal education this year and my heart goes out to all parents-with children who strive to give their kids the best in the midst of a pandemic. Science is real, and real- ity doesn’t cease to exist just because some of us chose to ignore it. Covid is deadly, and though we all wish it would simply go away, it probably won’t any- time soon. As of Saturday, there were 32 students who had active Covid and six staff members across the dis- trict who also had active Covid cases. other stu- dents and staff are in the “recovered” category, ac- cording to the school dis- trict’s information. There were 118 active Deborah Irene White et al. to Robert R Raff Revocable Living Trust, property on waters of Salt Well Branch, $16,500 Master Commissioner, Bath Circuit Court, for and on behalf of Peoples Bank et al. to Danny Michael Swartz, property address, 79 Blevins Valley Road, $72,000 James Bowling and Jas— mine Marchand to Daniel M: . . d Brittan Mc- September cases total of Covid in the community on Friday ac- cording to the health de- partment, which also re- ports deaths (three of those are pending review). Almost people in our little community are no more because of Covid, and if you chose to water that sorrowful number down by chalking up any of those deaths to ‘underlying issues’ well, I don’t think you are doing any justiCe to the truth. ,, If Covid wasn’t here, they still would be. ’ Cassidy is oblivious to most of this, but he is start ing to understand more than we are comfortable admitting, and a lot of chil4 dren in our community are learning more than what’s in the books and written on the chalkboards and presented to them during a zoom meeting. My son Cassidy Michael Mattox turned six-years- old the other day. j He’s a fine young man and good son. Carty, property in Bath County, $7500 Arnold McFarland and Betty Joyce McFarland, par- ties of the First Part, and Eric Tedder, Trustee, party of the Second Part, and Ar- nold McFarland and Betty Joyce McFarland, property in Myers Subdivision, Beth- el, no monetary consider- afion REVIVAL Old Springfield Church Pastor Roy Stacy Springfield Road Owingsville, KY September 9,10,11, Beginning at each night Guest Evangelical Speaker: James Hickerson Music Performances Every Night Come out’and Worship with Us! Can stay in car and listen on FM