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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper September 6, 2018 - 3 BETIY FRANCES REYNOLDS GIBSON and Carolyn Harlow and several nieces, nephews and cousins. In addition to her hus- band and parents she was also preceded in death by two sons, Rex Gibson and Danny Gibson; one brother, Walter Reynolds, Jr. and one sister, Patricia Doolin. Funeral services will be conducted at 11:00 AM Fri- day August 31, 2018 at the Spears Mill Baptist Church, Betty Frances Reynolds 868 Spears Mill Rd Paris, Gibson, 80, widow of the KY by Rev. Phil Ronk. Buff- late Arthur Gibson, Jr died al will be in the Machpelah Tuesday August 28, 2018 at Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, KY. her home in North Middle- Visitation will. be from town, KY. 5-8PM Thursday August 30, A native of Sharpsburg, 2018 at the church. KY, she was the daughter Pallbearers will be Gary of the late Walter and Nellie Blevins, Jason Prater, Jack- Lee Manley Reynolds. She son Allen, Brian Blevins, was a retired employee of Preston Lane and Richard Hansley Mills and Bourbon Downey. Laundry and was a mem- Honorary pallbearers will ber of Spears Mill Baptist be Ehie Prater, Jerry Long, Church, Paris, KY. Wayne Spencer, Tim Spen- She is survived by two cer, Don Gibson and Colton daughters, Sandy (Elzie) Casey. Prater and Robin Gibson; The funeral arrange- six grandchildren, Candy ments were entrusted to Black, Gary Blevins, Jason the Lusk-McFarland Fu- Prater, Brian Blevins, Tonya neral Home, 1120 Main St Blevins and Jessica Down- Paris, KY 40361. ing; eleven great grand- The online guestbook is children; one great great at www.Lusk-McFarland. grandchild; six sisters, corn and a 24 hour funeral Mary Sargent, Sally Long, information line can be Mayme Spencer, Wilma reached by calling 859-987- Landrum, Juanita Stockton 4387. increase to from $1,972,200 in 2017 to She noted that, following ing have been stained, By Cecil Lawson $2,073,200 in 2018, an in- a dayin Bath District Court Clemons said, and the KyNewsGroup crease of $101,000 that will on August 7, the owner of front door had its old pain cecil@kynewsgroup.com be excluded from beingPeck s Farm Supply had scraped off and new paint taxed, complied with the city's applied lastweek. Sharpsburg is looking at The amount of taxable nuisance ordinance and Clemons noted that the a serious loss of property property value decreased had moved equipment and city had received the fol- tax revenues this year, and from $6,288,100 in 2017 to items from the city's fight lowing funds: $1441 in City Council members held $6,260,900 in 2018, aloss of of way on Back Street. franchise fees from KU; a first reading of the 2018 $27,200 She said that she had$10,272 in occupational property tax ordinance At the city s otrrent also been in contact with tax sharing funds from the that may contain a small in- property tax rate of .3040 the owner of Town andBath County Fiscal Court; crease to offsetthe loss. per $100 of assessed val- Country food mart, and and $1500 for the annual Mayor Dorothy Clemons ue, Clemons said that city they had mowed the park- lease of the Post Office. said that she had just re- would lose $82.69 if rates ing lot across Main Street Following a request ceived the city's property are left the same. from the business, from council member Da- tax valuation from Bath She also said that nearly Clemons said that the La- vid Jones, Mayor Clemons County PVA Jacky Watson. $2000 in taxes remains un- bor Day Indoor Yard Sale said that she would get es- The valuation showed collected from 2017. at the Community Center timates for resurfacing the that the 2018 assessment Council members was a big success, and basketball court at the City was at $1,171,500 for corn- agreed to consider a small she thanked the efforts of Park, and she said that she mercial property and increase of the rate from Library manager Christi is going to meet with Gate- $7,162,600 for real estate in .3040 to .3090, which will Crump for her annual way Area Development the city limits, result in $19,346 in rev- "Soup Shindig" held on the grant writers to consider This represents an overall enues for 2018, a net gain same day possible grants to help with loss of $11,5000 in commer- of $313. Six new Christmas lights repairs to the old Fire De- cial property from 2017, and Council members will for the city's utility poles partmentbuilding. an increase of $85,300 in hold their second reading that were ordered lastShe also noted that a the real estate from that same of the ordinance at next month have arrived, and "Little Ray of Sunshine" period, month's meeting. Mayor Clemons and cityPageant will be held at The problem, Clemons Mayor Clemons also re-council members will be the Community Center on noted, was that the num- ported to council members assembling them and get- October 27 and that Hal- ber of individuals claiming that several properties ting them ready to be put loween will be held county- homestead exemptions in the city whose owners up for the holiday season, wide on Wednesday, Octo- and disability exemptions had been contacted about The porches and walk-ber 31, from 6 to 8 p.m. had dramatically increased, clean-up hadacted to do so. ways at the City Hall build- e e DOROTHY ILENE CRAFT Dorothy Ilene Craft, of Kendrick Ridge Road, Frenchburg, Kentucky, pas ed:: away Wednesday, August 29, 2018 in Edge- wood Estates Nursing Home, Frenchburg, Ken- tucky after an extended ill- ness at the age of 74. Born on June 9, 1944 at Whites Branch, Kentucky, to Lin- vel and Cora Masters Craft. She was a member of the Salt Lick First Church of God. A loving mother, grandmother and sister. She was preceded in death by her parents, Linvel and Cora Masters Craft, sister Ina Fay Craft and brother Burtis Craft. She is survived by her daughter, Carolyn Arlene & Kevin Benton of Woodsbend, Kentucky. Two grandchildren, Abigayle Ad- ams and husband Jarred of Rogers, Kentucky. Nathan- iel Patrick and wife Tiffany of Bonnie, Kentucky. Two sisters, Carolyn and Jim Lewe of New Carlisle, Ohio, Marlene and Danny Cham- bers of Ezel, Kentucky. Two brothers, Charles and Jan- ice Gaye Craft of French- burg, Kentucky. Clyde and Gayle Craft of Wellington, Kentucky. Special friend, June Swartz of Salt Lick, Kentucky. Funeral services were held on Saturday, Sep- tember 1, 2018 at Menifee Home for Funerals with Pastor Vernon Lambert and Bro. Steve Craft officiating. Interment in Craft Ceme- tery, Frenchburg, KY. Visi- tation, was held on Friday at Menifee Home for Funer- als, Frenchburg, Kentucky with Randy Halsey Funeral Director. Pallbearers were: Jeff Justice, Jason Rudd, Larry Ray Vanderpool, Ben- ny Vanderpool, Joe Vander- pool, and Steve Craft. Last Thursday Gov. Matt Bevin appointed Caren L. Daniels, Angela T. Dearinger, and David W. Wallace as members of the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure, who will serve for terms expir- ing Aug. 31, 2022. Dr. Caren L. Daniels, of Morehead, is an emer- gency physician, and St. Claire Regional's first As- sociate Chief Medical Of- ricer for Hospital Based Care. She also serves as the Medical Director of Acute Care Services and is the attending emergen- cy physician. : , Dr. Daniels ,sevves as the Regional EMS Direc- tor for St. Claire Regional Medical Center, and EMS Medical Director for Left Beaver Fire and Rescue, Morehead/Rowan County EMS, Elliott County EMS, Menifee County EMS, Morgan County EMS, Bath County EMS and Carter County EMS. Ad- ditionally, she serves on several boards and com- mittees relating to the medical field and her ex- pertise. After graduating West- ern Kentucky University with a bachelor of science (B.S.) degree in 1992, she attended the Mayo Medi- cal School, where she graduated with a doctor of medicine (M.D.) degree in 1997. Dr. Angela T. Dearinger, of Versailles, is a physi- cian. She is currently the Assistant Dean of Ac- creditation in Graduate Medical Education at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, the Associate Chief of Staff of Education at the Lexing- ton VA Medical Center, and an associate professor for the Department of In: ternal Medicine at the UK College of Medicine. She is board certified in three medical specialties: Inter- nal medicine, Pediatrics, and Preventive Medicine. Dr. Dearinger also serves as the associate dean for Veterans Af- fairs at the UK College of Medicine. She found- ed the Kentucky Public Health Research Network (K-PHReN) in 2008, and served as its director un- til 2014. Additionally, Dr. Dearinger is involved with many education-related boards and committees, p. Barry W. Blevins and Simon Schwartz and Charles W. Blevins to Delila Schwartz to Timothy William An- Lawrence David Frost. drus. Tract on the west Tract on the south side side of Ky 111 being ap- of Shrout Rd. approx. prox. 0.26 miles north- 0.7 miles northwest of erly along Ky 111 from intersection with Kend- intersection of Ky 111 all Springs Rd. and Prickly Ash Rd. Martin M. Wickey Ricky N. Clark and and Amanda M. Wickey Donna M. Wilson to to Emanuel E. Wickey Shelton Duane Morris and Elizabeth Wickey. and Brenda Gale Mor- Property on Mill Creek ris. Tract on the waters Rd. of Slate Creek and Pres- ton and Howards Mill Charlotte P. Ingram Rd. and Gerald W. Ingram to David Hughes In- gram. Property on the south side of US Inter- state 64 and just off of Kendall Springs Rd. Carrington Mtg. Ser- vices, LLC to Secretary Need to advertise? Call Jeremiah, 859-473-2259 of Veterans Affairs. Property address: 160 Spruce Ln Salt Lick. Darrell E. Patrick AKA Darrell Patrick and Linda Engle Pat- rick to Benjamin and Linda Engle Patrick to Benjamin M. Yoder and Anna W. ' Yoder. Tracts in Bath County. Chris S. Girod and Josephine Girod AKA Josephine R. Girod to Daniel S. Girod and Re- becca B. Girod. Tract on the west side of Jay Rd. and Kendall Springs Rd. John r. Schwartz and Bertha Schwartz to Neil Troyer and Elnor Troy- er. Property on Garland Hollow Rd. John P. Crowe and Donna tL Crowe ro Jer- ry Davis and Kathy Da- vis. Being a 0.949-acre lot in Bethel. and serves as a mentor. After graduating summa cum laude from Transylva- nia University with a bach- elor of arts (BA) degree in 1997, she attended the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, where she graduated with distinction and earned her doctor of medicine (M.D.) degree in 2001. In 2007, she graduated the UK Col- lege of Public Health with a master of public health (M.RH). Dr. David W. Wallace, of Shelbyville, is a family physician. He has served families in the Common- wealth since 1984; and currently works as a fam- ily physician and AEHR Physician Champion for KentuckyOne Health Medical Group. Dr. Wallace has par- ticipated on many boards, including serving as chairman for the Profes- sional Review Commit- tee for Jewish Hospital Shelbyville and the Board of Directors for the Ken- tucky Academy of Fam- ily Physicians. He also served as a consultant to the Kentucky Board of Medical Hcensure from 1986 to 2008. After graduating from Transylvania University with a bachelor of arts (B A.) degree in 1976, Dr. Wallace graduated the University of Louisville School of Medicine in 1981 with a doctor of med- icine (M.D.) degree. He obtained his physician ex- ecutive master of business administration (M.B.A.) degree in 2001 from the University of Tennessee. 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