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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper September 05, 2013 - 11 Ira and Ambi were not present to receive their award, due to their atten- dance being needed at a Awards cont. fl'om page 10 young people to be devel- horse show in Tennessee. oped into well-rounded They will be presented people," Ray said. "Kathy their award at an upcom- Adams works hard to keep ing Bath County Football thearts alive in Bath Coun- game this autumn. tySchool. Counflesshours The next award pre- are spent to get these stu- dents involved in drama, coral productions, musical productions, summer dra- ma camp and many other programs and activities. Kathy is greatly respected by her community, her students and her staff and colleagues. It's my honor to name Kathy Adams the 2013 Certified Educator of the Year." The next award to be pre- sented was the Classified Educator of the Year, which was awarded to Robin Tolle. "I'his lady has one of the biggest hearts in all of Bath County. The word 'no' is not in her vocabu- lary," Ray began. "She has served in the Bath County SchoOl System for about 18 years in many different positions, including the mi- grant program, developing programs in extra educa- tion for teachers, secre- tary in the front office and recently the cross country and track coach. Most peo- ple would complain about this list of responsibilities, but she literally takes them and runs with them. She is glad to accept those roles to impact the lives of the stu- dents. She also volunteers in many different causes in the church, Owingsville Lions Club and many oth- ers. I'm glad to present this award to Robin Tolle." Fittingly, Tolle was at- tending a track meet and was unable to attend the ceremony. The next award present- ed was the Volunteer of the Year Award, which was preserited to Unified Minis- tries'4 B h County. 'Volunteers are people who f eely undertake a task," Ray stated. "Bath County, along with commu- nities aU across the world, has an epidemic caused by the brokenness of drug and abuse. Unified Mini es is a group of dedi d volunteers. Some of have survived drug and 0hol dependency and f !6vide other people with (fl e courage to get through their addictions. Their efforts have saved lives and families right here in Bath County." The next award present- ed was the Service to the Youth Award, which was presented to Ira and Amble KilbO The Kilburns were pre ed this award for th i hwolvement with sev- eralyouth sports through- outBath County. They have sup rted sports and activi- ties PeeWee leagues through High School. 'q'hey support nearly every booster and civic ac- tivity in the community," Ray said. 'q-hey know the importance of supporting youth events." sented was the Citizen of the Year Award, which, as Mr. Ray stated, is one of the most difficult decisions to make in awarding acco- lades. 'q'here are so many people that deserve this award," he said. "Blaine Young, a pivotal citizen here in Bath County, is un- fortunately staying with his son in Georgetown, recov- ering from an illness. His absence in Bath County is a gaping hole and we're all praying for him." Young has been involved in the Owingsville Lions Club, church-related ac- tivities and played a pivotal role 'in the operation of Richardson's IGA in Ow- ingsville. "Blaine in the most humble man ever to draw a breath," Ray continued. "He always states that he does nothing special and he just does what he needs to. Well, doing what needs to be done is something special. We would give ev- erything to have him here with us right now, but that's unfortunately not possible. I'm proud to present this year's Citizen of the Year award to Blaine Young." The next award to be presented was the Bath County Farm Family of the Year. 'q'he winner of this award has been farming here in Bath County for about 40 years," Ray said. 'q'hey've been married 41 years and they farm 300 acres in Bath County and have a 70-herd cattle op- eration. I'm proud to pres- ent this year's Farm Family of the Year award to Mike and Vicky Amburgey." The next award present- ed was the Business of the Year Award. 'q his business may not be the biggest commercial enterprise in the county and isn't the largest em- ployer in the county," said Ray. 'q his business repre- sents what small town busi- nesses are all about: taking care of your customers and doing them right. They've been under their current ownership since the early 90s and they've been in business a total of 38 years. They do the extra things to make a business suc- cessful. They employ two people who work very hard to provide for their custom- ers. I'm proud to present this year's Business of the Year Award to Bath County Florists." The next award to be presented was the Cham- ber Member of the Year Award. "Our Chamber Member of the Year has done what he can do to bring our Chamber in to the digital age," said Ray. 'The fact that he's one of the young- est members means he knows computers a little more. He's managed to build and maintain the Bath County Chamber of Commerce's webpage. It makes things a lot simpler from a business, account- ing and membership stand- point. We put a lot of weight on this young man's shoul- ders and he has handled it remarkably well. It's an honor me to welcome this year's Chamber Member of the Year, Sam Wright." Three additional awards were presented to active members and business owners in Bath County. These awards were presented to the People's Bank's branch in Owings- ville, Dennis and Jan Car- man of WIMB radio sta- tion and Sterling Physical Therapy. To Service Our Bath County Patients... We will open our Owingsville Location 17 Miller Drive (Next to Bath Home Town Pharmacy) and will be accepting New Patients and WALK-INS beg,nning September 9th We will be open Monday, Thursday and Friday Mt. Sterling Office 125 Foxglove Dr., Mt. Sterling 859-498-3333 Frenchburg Office 784 Hwy. 36, Frenchburg 606-768-9190 Kentucky State Po- lice at Post 8 Morehead announce the final traf- fic and criminal activity report for August 2013. During August, Post 8 personnel issued 1,620 total citations. Of those citations, 37 were for DUI, 167 were for Speeding, 110 for No Seat Belt, and 18 for Child Restraint vio- lations. In addition, there were 1,844 Ve- hicle Inspections and 296 Courtesy Notices issued. Post 8 also in- vestigated 59 Traffic Collisions, including one fatality collision that occurred in Rowan County. Post 8 person- nel also investigated 1266 Complaints. A to- tal of 74 Criminal Cases were opened and 269 Criminal Arrests were made for the month of August 2013. Additionally, Cap- tain Brian Bowling, Commander of the Kentucky State Po- lice at Morehead, an- nounces Troopers of the Morehead Post will be conducting Safety Checkpoints in addi- tion to Moving Patrols throughout the Post 8 area during the entire month of September as well as the remainder of the year 2013. Mo- torists are urged to be cautious and obey re- duced speeds through road construction zones. This concentrated enforcement effort will utilize Troopers and Detectives assigned to and working the Morehead post area. Members of the Com- mercial Vehicle En- forcement (CVE) will also be utilized. They will focus on enforcing violations of Speeding, No Seat Belt, Child Re- straint, Impaired Driv- ing Laws, and Texting While Driving, as well as other violations of the Traffic Laws of Kentucky. 174 Maple Grove Rd. Carlisle, Ky 40311 www.auctionzip.com SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7TH @ lo:ooAM EDDIE PURCELL- Auctioneer License # P554 859-473-0630 ONS1TE AUCTION LOCATED AT: 1500 WHETSTONE ROAD, CARLISLE, KY 40311 PURCELI~S AUCTION SERVICE HAS BEEN AUTHORIZED BY EMMY MANLEY TO OFFER UP FOR AUCTION ITEMS FROM HER LATE HUSBAND (CHARLES RAY MANLEY) ESTATE. TEMS INCLUDE 1983 FORD TRACTOR 3910 SERIES II WITH 4081 HRS. SHOWING, WITH SPIN OUT WHEELS, ORIGINAL PAINT, SHARP WELL-MAINTAINED TRACTOR. MODEL 532 FORD HAY BALER, 101 FORD PLOWS2-14, 1963 MODEL FORD 601 WORK MASTER TRACTOR, MOD- EL 513 FORD HAY RAKE, MODEL 451 NEW HOLLAND SICKLE MOWER, 1995 CHEVROLET 4X4 TRUCK FULL SIZE 1500 SERIES WITH MANUAL TRANSMISSION, 350 ENGINE, 102,622 MILES SHOWING,NEW HOLLAND MANURE SPREADER, 6 FT. SCRAPER BLADE, HAY FORK, 16 FT. WAGON WITH FARMER RUNNING GEAR, HOLLAND ONE-ROW TOBACCO SETTER, WITH BARREL AND CULTIVATORS, APPROX 3-4000 TOBACCO STICKS, 3 PT HITCH BOOM POLE, PORTER CABLE PRESSURE WASHER, CHAIN SAWS, SADDLES AND OTHER EQUINE TACK, BATTERY CHARGERS AND OTHER MISC. HAND TOOLS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. CHECK OUT THE WEBSITE. FOR MORE INFO CALL EDDIE: 859-473-0630 NO BUYERS PREMIUM!!!!! PAYMENT METHODS: CASH OR CHECK WITH PROPER ID ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE DAY OF SALE WILL TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ANY WRITTEN MATERIALS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS CONCESSIONS WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE NICHOLAS COUNTY HOSPITAL SPECIAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE I as& - 7 pll,e - p]l i; O O O The Paris Pumpkin Festival benefits Accutran, ! ia rehabilitation facility that offers education and job opportunities to persons with disabilities. Sponsors include: Bourbon Community Hospital, CMWA, Hinkle, Ken's, Kentucky Bank, Ramset, Traditional Bank