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16- September 0S, 2013 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY College of Agriculture Gary Hamilton Cooperative Extention Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources Martha Perkins Cooperative Extention Agent for Family and Con- sumer Sciences Terrance Clemons Extension Agent for 4-11 Food Safety- Han- dling Raw Chicken pathogens, like salmonel- rectly to an internal tem- la, that are almost certain- perature of 165 degrees ly on the bird, all over the Fahrenheit, and be sure rest of the kitchen. These your cooking utensils and of washing raw chicken or chicken parts before you cook them. Many cook- books and cooking experts still say to do this, but the U.S. Department of Agri- culture (USDA) has said for some time that this is an unnecessary step. Food safety researchers say that there is no scientific rea- son to wash chicken before cooking. Washing increas- es the chances that you'll spread the foodborne pathogens are estimated to cause nearly 1.9 million cases of foodborne illness in the US each year, but are killed when meat is properly cooked. Some studies suggest that bacteria can fly up to 3 feet away from where the meat is rinsed, though you can't see it. Because of this, other surfaces in the kitchen become contami- nated. All you have to do to kill these unwanted bac- teria on the chicken pieces is to cook your meat prop- erly. Chicken needs to reach an internal tempera- ture of 165 degrees. Using a food thermometer can help ensure that you are work surfaces, suchas countertops and cutting boards are clean. Food Safety - Tailgating Safely If you're doing some tad- gating this football season, or just heading out for a picnic, pack the proper supplies to safely cook and store your food. Pack an insulated cooler filled with ice to carry cold meats and perishables, such as lunch meat, potato salad, hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken. Place a food thermometer inside the cooler to make sure the temperature stays at 40 degrees Fahrenheit or Ibwer. Securely wrap all raw meat and poultry to make sure juices don't leak and contaminate oth- er foods. Pack additional essentiMs, such as uten- You may have heard cooking itcorrectly. some news stories the last USDA suggests that as few days about the'safety many as 90 percent of us rinse our chicken pieces before cooking, mainly because we were taught to do it that way, or we read it in a cookbook. Some people say that the chicken is slimy so that's why they rinse it off. But if the chicken is truly slimy, something is wrong and rinsing it off is not going to solve the problem. So instead, of washing your chicken, just be sure you have cooked it cur- sils, grilling tools, food thermometer, flesh water for cleaning and dispos- able towelettes to keep your hands clean. Educational programs of the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service serve all people regardless of race, color, age, sex, religion, dis- ability or national origin. ONE FATALITY REPORTED DURING LABOR DAY HOLIDAY PERIOD Preliminary statistics*iday period statistics are indicate that seven people lower than those reported died in seven separate for the 2012 Labor Day crashes on Kentucky's holiday period when nine roadways from Monday, Aug. 26 through Sunday, : Sept. 1,2013. One single-fatality, motor vehicle crash occurred in each of the following coun- ties: Bell, Clay, Garrard, :Haflan, Jefferson, Jessa- mine and Knott. The vic- tims in Bell, Clay, Harlan :and Knott counties were not wearing seat belts. The crashes in Clay and Harlan counties involved the sus- pected use of alcohol. One of the fatalities re- ported above occurred during the Labor Day holi- day period, which started at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 30 and ended at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 2. The crash occurred in Bell County. The victim was not wearing a seat belt. The 2013 Labor Day hol- people lost their lives in ninecrashes,, Eight of last year's Labor Day Holiday period fatalities were not wearing seat belts or using helmets and four were the result of crashes involving the suspected use of alco- hol. Through Sept. 2, 2013, preliminary statistics* indicate that 410 people have lost their lives on Kentucky roadways during 2013. This is 88 less than reported for this time peri- od in 2012. Of the 316 mo- tor vehicle fatalities, 100 victims were not wearing seat belts. Thirty-eight of the 57 motorcycle fatalities were not wearing helmets. The six ATV fatalities were not wearing helmets. One bicycle rider has been killed. Twenty-nine pedes- trians have been killed. One fatality involving an animal drawn vehicle has been reported. A total of 91 fatalities have resulted from crashes involving the suspected use of Mcohol. As of Sept. 2, Kentucky has had 62 days with zero highway fatalities reported during 2013. Citizens can contribute to highway safety by re- porting erratic drivers to the Kentucky State Police toll-free at 1-800-222-5555. Callers will remain anony- mous and should give a description of the vehicle, location, direction of travel and license numbefff pos- sible. *These statistics are still preliminary as KSP waits for all local law enforce- ment agencies through- out the state to report any crashes and fatalities that may have occurred in their areas. Bath County Courtroom 1 Hon. Don Blair Portfolio Recovery As- sociates, LLCI VS. Michael Bailey. Mh. Def fta, motion sustained. Judgment en- tered Portfolio Recovery As- sociates, LLC, VS. Picky Gillispie. Mh. Def fta, mo- tion sustained. Judgment entered Capital' One Bank (USA), NA, VS. Gary W Lykins. Mh. To be renoticed, no aDPe al ce Portfolio Recovery Asso- ciates, LLC, VS. James W Manley. Mh. Def fta, mo- tion sustained. Judgment entered Portfolio Recovery As- sociates, LLC, Vs. Jackie Skaggs. Mh. Def fta, mo- tion sustained. Judgment entered Joseph Malcolm Ander- son. Ptc. 1 Disorderly con- duct, 2nd degree. PC coat 9/24/13 at 10am. 2 Menac- ing Candi Dinkins. Review. 1 Escape-ard degree. Fta, issue bw. 2 Probation vio- lation (for misdemeanor offense) Alexandra M Grimes. Ptc. 1 No/expired reg- surrender revoked opera- tors license. 3 Contempt of court Kavanna Grace Adkins. Arr. 1 Driving on dui sus- pended license-lst offense. Def fta, reset 9/17/13 at 9am, cn to Def Carl Akers. Arr. 1 Theft by deception-include cold checks u/$500. P/g, se 30 days, p/s 2yrs, nvl istration plates. Pc cont Art.1 No/expired regis- 10/8/13 at 10am. 2 No/ trafion plates. Proof pro- expired Kentucky registra- duced, dismiss per local tion receipt. 3 Failure to ru!. 2 No/expke4 wear seat belts. 4 Failure tuckyre stration receipt. to notify address change Proof produced, dismiss perlocal rule. 3 Failure to produce insurance card, Merge w/ct 4. 4 Failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security 1st. Di- version for 2yrs, nvl Estill S Craig. Arr. 1 No/ to Dept of Transp. 5 Poss of marijuana. 6 Drug para- phernalia-buy/possess Sancha L Hayes. Ptc. 1 Operating on suspended/ revoked operators license. Fta, issue bw. 2 Failure to expired registration plates, .... revoked operators license. Cfa 9/10/13 at 9am, to have proof. 2 No/expired Kentucky registration re- ceipt Robert C House. Arr. 1 Poss of marijuana. P/g, $100 fine Melissa R Lewis, Arr. 1 No/expired registration plates. Def fla, cn 9/24/13 at 9am. 2 No/expired Ken- Proof produced, dismiss per local rule. 3 Failure to surrender revoked opera- tors license. Merge w/ct 2. 4 Failure to produce insur- ance card Anthony A Smith. Con- tinued first appearance. 1 Careless driving. Cfa 11/19/13 at 9am. 2 Operat- ing on suspended/revoked Benjamin C Bowman. tucky registration receipt Pamela J McHahon. Con- tinued first appearance. 1 Speed 20mph over (limited access). Amend to !5mph ia. P/g, $30 fine & cost. 2 Operating on suspended/ Operators license. 3 Failure to produce insurance card Dallas K Swartz. Review. 1 Disregarding stop sign. Def turned away kom jail for weekend. 2 Driving on dui suspended license-lst offense. Reset 11/12/13 at 9am, Def to serve 4 days on weekend service Chris D Riley. Oh A Alco- hol intoxication public place-lst & 2nd. 2 FJagrant non support. 2A Non sup- port. Appt Charles Landon, prh 9/10/13 at Rusty Morton! Arr. 1 Public intoxicafibn con- trolled subs (excludes alcohol). App[ .... Charles Landon, p n/g. 2 Receiving stolen property u/S10,000. Ph 9/10/13 at 10:30am Rusty G Morton: Arr. ! 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Drew MacNeil, campus minis- ter from Morehead State University, with a "surviv- al guide" for high school and college-bound Chris- tians and Adam and Eliz- abeth Adkins speakin on 'q'eens, Relationships sity and the concert for & God: A Puzzle for the free. Ages." The conference is from The evening's concert 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and the will feature the ,2013 concert begins at 7 p.m. SwallowThe OceanTour, If you or your church's which will include popu- youth group is inter- lar Christian performers ested in attending, you NewSong, Aaron Shust, can contact Gary Hale Royal Tailor, and Love & at (606) 207-2609, Spirit the Outcome. 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