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18 - September 6, 2018 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook Governor cont, from pg, 15 ing to see if your insurance policies are in a safe place" are all positive step in pre- paredness. PLANNING FOR DISAS- "BE AWARE - BE PREPARED - HAVE A PLAN" Be Aware: Stay informed about risks in your communities and monitor weather fore- casts. Own and monitor a bat- tery backed-up or crank- type NOAA Weather Alert Radio. During threatening weather, stay tuned to your local broadcast stations. Discuss conditions with family members and know their locations during dan- gerous weather. Be Prepared: Discuss known risks with family members and neighbors. Develop and review your emergency plan peri- odically and update of nec- essary. Assemble an emergen- cy kit(s) and refresh peri- odically. A kit should have enough food, water and medications for each fam- ily member for five days. Drill: practice your plan with household members. Have a plan: *Share your plan with others, including friends or relatives in another region or even another state *Medications - prepare a list of all prescription drugs. Utilities - Written in- structions for how to turn off electricity, gas and wa- ter; if authorities advise you to do so. (Remember, youql need a professional to turn them back on.) *Shelter - Identify safe locations within and out- side your residence. Contacts - Written contact information for relatives, neighbors, util- ity companies, employers/ employees and local emer- gency contact telephone numbers. Evacuate Predeter- mine evacuation routes. Identify where you could go if told to evacuate. Choose several places, such as a friend or rela- tive's home in another town, a motel or shelter. *Children - Make back- up plans for children in case you (or they) can't get home in an emergency. Vehicles - Keep jumper cables in all vehicles at all times. *Maintain at least a half tank of fuel in vehicles. Move vehicles away from under trees during possible wind events. Keep an emergency kit in all vehicles. During winter months, keep a blanket and bag of kitty litter in the trunk. *Medications - prepare a list of all prescription drugs. Pets - have at least a 3 day supply of food and wa- ter for each pet. Have car- riers, a collar or harness with ID tag, rabies tag and a leash; familiar items such as treats, toys and bedding can help reduce stress for your pet. Battery or crank pow- Share your plan with ered radio, flashlight and others, including friends or extra batteries or crank re- relatives in another region charging stations that are or state, capable of recharging cell phones, tablets, laptops, Make an emergency kit: etc. First aid kit and essen- Waterproof matches fial medications (to include and candles prescription medicines). Local phone book *Canned food and can Special items for in- opener fants, elderly or disabled At least three gallons of family members water per person Extra set of car keys Protective clothing, Cash - as much as you rainwear and bedding orcan afford! sleeping bags Wnaney 606-564-6160 15 W. 2nd St. Maysville, KY 41056 Find us on Facebook For additional prepared- ness information, visit www.ready.gov and Ken- tucky Emergency Manage- ment at www.kyem.ky.gov. Follow @KentuckyEM on Twitter, like us on Face- book and sign up for text alerts. New Building Material+ 200 Odd Cabinets Several Sets+ Lg. Flooring 20,000 Sq.Ft. Pre & Unfinished Hardwood- Water Proof Lock & Fold- Tile- Lami- nate- Knotty Pine Drs- Trim- Windows- Lumber- OSB- Ins. Board- Lots of Hand & Power- Wood Working Tools & Others- Vehicles to Sdl at 1:00 05' Jeep Grand Cherokee- 04' Lincoln Navigator- 76' Mercedes Diesel- Concrete Mixer 8 HP Honda- Honda 4 Wheeler- Nice Collection of Antiques Nice Collection of Antiques to Sell at 1:30- (Owner Moving to Texas) Corner Cabinets- Sellers Cabinets- Diamond Dye Cabinet- Spool Cabinet- Iron Bed- Churns- Claw Foot Bath Tub- Coffee Grinder- 25 pcs. Granite- 6 Kero- sene Lamps- Wicker & More- John Deere Toy Tractor Collection 32 pcs in Orig Box- Call or See Web for List & Terms- 1st Time Writing a Check Call 1st Towler's Auction Service Inc. Randy Myers Auctioneer 513-315-4360 www.towlersauctioninc.com Sunday Evening September 9, 6:30 pm - Soper Drugs - 227 W. Main St Carlisle, KY on Wednesday, Sept. 5 & 19, 2018 - Ross Drugs- 125 Foxglove Dr Mt. Sterling, KY on Thursday, Sept. 6, 2018 M~;d-Save- 13! South Malone Blvd, Sle, E. Grayson, KY o~l Monday, Sept 10, 2018 - Med-Save - 136 Jessica Lane, Olive Hill, KY on Friday, Sept. 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2018 Worship at the Emmanuel 19 Water Street, Owingsville Modem worship in a casual environment. Join us? "CALL HIM" for ALL your INSURA ICE NEEDS! JIMMIE E. GATES WILL BE AT Insurance Supplements Offered 401K & IRA Rollover Specialist, Safe money, Earn up to 9% growth. $25,000 to 1,000,000 deposited. Specializing in Trust Jim can NOW write Life Insurance for all heatlh conditions PO Box 296 Salt Lick, KY 40371 606-683-2104 859-948-4376 gatesjimmie@yahoo.com Living Estate Auction Sat Sept. 15th 10:00 am Location: Owingsville Lions Club Kendall Springs Road Owingsville, KY 40360 Directions: From 164 East or West take exit 121, at the top of the ramp, turn to go toward Owingsville Approximately 0.25 mi Turn left onto Kendall Springs Road Approximately 0.5 mi Destination is on your right Living Estate Auction for Charles Little of Sharpsburg, KY If you are looking for antiques Or collectibles, furniture, glassware or household items and more you will not want to miss this auction!! Items of Interest Include: Antioues Collectibles and More: Antigue Chest of drawers, *mate Oak Dresser with Mirror. Matching Ornate Chest of Drawers. Matching Ornate Oak Bed. Mahogany Chest of Drawersl Ornate Oak Wall Clocks. Various Antigue Mantel StYI~ Chiming Clocks. Antigue Marble Too Oak Hall Table. Antigue Area Floor Rugs. Various shags and sizes of Antigue Oil LamDs. Decorative Antigue Floor Lam[). Tiffany style lamD. Figurines. Antioue Rose Glassware. Ornate Mantel Angels and Candle Holders. Wood Porch Glider. Various Ornate Pictures and Wall Hangings. Bold Gold Ornate Wall Mirrors. Wall Sconces. Table LamDs. Flow Blue China Sets. Blue Glassware. Cut Crystal Glassware. Nice Oak Hutch. Glass Bells. Longaberger Baskets. Corner Table Too Clock. Corner Tables. Droo Leaf Table. Vintage Bubble Gum Machine. Antigue Bre0d Box. Various Kitchen Items. Various Antioue Cast from Muffin Pan~i More items vet to be unDackedll More items will be added to AUCTIONZlP.COM as they are unoackedlll Something for evervonel Food and Drinks will be availablel Cash or good check day of sale ANNOUNCEMENTS DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ANY PREVIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS Phllllp Copher Ph. (606)674-2097 Ph. (859)398-0409 www.auctionzip.com d0H/R. ,= Fleming County Hospital welcomes Lindy K. Nettleton, D.O. Family Medicine Specializes in: Family Medicine Neuromu=oJIoskeletal Medicine Osteopathic ManipulaSon MEDICAL SCHOOL Kentucky Col ge of Osteopathlc Hed ne Plkevllle, Kentucky RESIDENCY Spartanburg Regional Hospital Spartanburg, South Carolina FELLOWSHIP O'Bleness Hospital Athens, Ohio Welcoming new patients Appointments may be made by calling 606-849-2323 Flemingsburg Medical Clinic 732 Elizaville Avenue Flemingsburg, Kentucky 41041 Sharpsburg Medical Clinic 601 Main Street Sharpsburg, Kentucky 40374 HOURS 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Walk4ns Welcome.