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September 15, 2010     Bath County News - Outlook
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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper Sept. 15, 2010 13 Kathy S Adams. R. speeding 18 over on lim- ited access. Dismiss per terms. Kelli R Baker. R. speed- ing 15 over limited access. Dismiss per terms. Faye Dun Barker. A. failure to produce insur- ance card. Proof pro- duced. Dismiss. Shonda E Burns, fail- ureto use child restraint device in vehicle. Failure to wear seat belts. Fail- ure to produce insurance card. Fine $160.00 Kenneth B Dillion, speeding 10 over. Fail- ure to produce insurance Bath County Court news card. Dismiss, proof pro- duced. Victoria L Gibson. CFA. No operator license. CFA - 10/26/10 at 9:00 a.m. Steven H Jones. CFA. Speeding 20 over limit. CFA- 10/26/10 at 9:00a. m. John Meadown. MH. Theft by deception in- cluding cold checks un- der $300 SCH- 10/19/10 at 9:00a.m. Jana Miller. R. speed- ing 12 over limited ac- cess. Dismiss per terms. Jordan Patrick. CFA. Speeding 14 over, limited access. Operating vehicle with expired operators li- A. operated MV under/ cense, influence alc/drugs..08. Woodrow Patton. A. 2nd degree possession of failure to wear seat belts, drug unspecified, 1st of- 10/12/10 at 9:00a.m. fence. Careless driving. Aaron Leasean Bell. Controlled substance A. traffic in controlled prescription not in origi- substance, 1st offence, nal container. 9/14/10at 10:30a.m. Ashley P Arnold. R. Chad Ginn. A. speeding operate MV under irdlu. 12 over. Fleeing or evad- Drug/Alc. w/.08 aggrava- ing police, 1st degree, tot 1st degree. Reckless Endangering the welfare driving. Service complet- of a minor. Reckless driv- ed. ing. Possess open alcohol Kenneth L Brumley. beverage container in PC. Theft by unlawful motor vehicle. Criminal taking. All others. littering. Operating on Ashley N Crouch. PC. suspended license. Possess open alcohol Paul Wayland Swartz. beverage container in a J motor vehicle. Poss cont sub 3rd degree. Drug un- specified. Controlled sub- stance prescription not in orig container. To serve 30 days.  Edna T Dailey. PH. Theft by unlawful tak- ing. Reset to 10/12/10 at 10:30a.m. Michael D Davidson. Failure of owner to main- tain required insurance 2nd. Evan Jent. PC. No in- surance 1st offense. De- fective brakes. Kara L Strange. Op- erating MV under/influ- ence of alcohol drug..08. County hires firm to audit ambulance service By George Lewis ons said the office of the audit this week, The ambulance ser- and Donna Jamison, News Reporter the state treasurer Lyons said. vice is in financial director of the am- pnze@tcom declined to perform Normally, Lyons straits after approxi- bulance service. Bath County Fis- the audit becausethe said, the ambulance mately $75,000 went Jamison was sus- cal' Court last week ambulance service is service would per- missing from its ac- pended without pay agreed to hire the in a special taxing form its own audit, counts, pending the outcome Louisville account- district. But given the al- A police investiga- of the case against ing firm Ross and Instead, the trea- legations of money tion turned up two her. Company to "audit surer's office recom- stolen from the am- suspects: Angel Mas- Master had plead- the county's ambu- mended hiring Ross bulance service, an terson, formerly a ed guilty and faces lance service, and Company, Lyons independent audit bookkeeper for the an eight-year pris- Interim Judge Ex- said. was deemed neces- Morehead account- on sentence under ecutive Ronnie Ly- The firm will begin sary, he said. ing firm that handled an agreement she the service's book, reached with pros- ecutors. Bath County Extension Service News - Gary Hamilton Bath County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources The Kentucky Beef Conference "Planning Today forTomorrow's Market" The Ky. Beef Conference "Planning Today for Tomorrow's Market," is scheduled for October 26, 2010, and will be held at Fayette County Extension from 9:00 a.m. with registration and lasting until 3:00 p.m. This year's conference will feature the information current marketing trends, management prac- tices of production, and ways to improve the marketability of Kentucky calves. A representative from Cattle-FAX, Randy Blach, Dr. Michelle Builderback, DVM, UK Ruminant Extension Veterinarian, and Darrell Busby, retired Iowa Extension Beef Specialist will be the presenters. Topics to be covered are: Marketing Overview and Long-Term Marketing Trends Related to Beef Value Added Marketing for Kentucky Cattle Practices for Today's Market: Health, Management, Nutrition Marketing Strategies for 2011 9/14/10 at 10:00 a.m. Ronnie Thompson. As- sault 4th minor injury no medical attention. Placed on 24 month diversion. With no acts of violence. Michael A Truxton. PC. Violation of Kentucky EPO. Michael A Page. No mo- tercycle operators license. 12/7/10 at 9:00a.m. Joseph McCarty. PH. Criminal Mischief. 1st degree. Ray Gerald. Domestic Violence Jonathan Lane Conk- right. Domestic Violence. Bd'h Necos O00[ook FURNITURE TRUE BUILT BARNS Registration is $10.00 per person to cover the cost of a buffet lunch and refreshments. Producers can contact their County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources to register for the confer- ence. INVESTMENT PROPERTIES FOR SALEII NEW PRICE HOMES-with-acreage!.! 306-308 Main St, Mllisrsbueg-Huge pdce ilucflonll Grele Immstme,@ business opportunity In the quist community of Milknbur. 1st floor currenUy anted m automot nNmir shop; 2rid floor unenfly  and office spaoa on 1st floor could be a 3rd renllll2 bedrooms and I full bath. Many income prndudng Ixm- IMmbs for thb properly. Very mo vafad ulisd $48,000-Cliff Willisnm NEW PRICE 1271 Pisuant Springs Rd, Carlisle- 11.779 acre= with 3 Ixlrm, 2 bath home. Abo Includ : 48' x 60' Mor- n Maud , rge gmgelshop & c4her bldgL $112,600 Stwe LinvUis Mo I#n Rd. Clbis-3 m v bckrrn bdck home In m vwy  lo- cCbnll $1(,000 Johnny Purcl 1640 Cane Run Rd, Cadbis- 72.249 acre roBng hill farm w/cMtnd wood= & Mx bent tobacco barn. Spa- dou= 1 Y, =tory frame home with nay wondwfol amenltkmll $2S0,000 Mark Mltox NEW PRICE HOMES!! NEW PRICE 2600 Nlismbmg Rd, MilismbuTum- key msfaurant incdudlng ml m & all equipmenffil Seating for over 38. grmt Ida:hen work area, plus lofa of storagell $130,000 irk lhttox 210 Tunmmn Aw, Cadbis 216 E Chutnut St, Carlbl- 301 Kennedy Heighfa, Car- 309 Douglm Ct, Cadisle $;,00 Tmcy D. Unvilfa $87,600 kfark Matltox Ibis-$9900 L o - $t2000 Mark Mattox Owner/Agent mn Ck.t FARMS!.! 715 Moonlflekl Rd, Carlble 66"7 Sharon Way, Carlisle $124,000 Dana Lenox $184,000 Mark Mattox A I.ow J.btm   MayUis I1, isis41S m of toning, padlally 24.62 m wlm mveral beau- woodedac4gewlgnmtpo- tlful bulkllng slfas& abundant ImMislll $196,000 M a r k vdllbll $69,000 MMtox 4860 Crooked Creek Rd, Cad- isis-60.73 acres-Groat farm for hunflnglll $85,000 222 N Locust St, Carlisle.Two story brick bulkilng Plst floor Victmfan refall space presently umnd ms a rwl- dence. Beautiful oak roll front display cases line two walls, wfadditlonal oak buSt-in cupbolrds &mn olnal Tell- ers cage in pisc targs op 2rid noor oners Ont storaOe. S're, soo Me MMx s44 Mwsvlis Rd. acre lot with TWO 24x40 buBdings, I $100,000 Johnny Purcell 44S Wmt Grove Rd,  Ptmint Spdn Rd, Cadbk8 8.$19 acr ovedooldng F.ag nm-Gnmt sm mm, t for Valisy Farm mmty war new home, fafa of road fronfagel mllmlll Donrnisthisooal $109,500 NS,S00 1AThme Mlle Rd, Fismingsburg- 30  IoUon at HMff 11 & ThrN Mi Rd with groat vis- uay & LJdng  eouom. REOUCED to $12,000 1B Throe MJb Rd, FismingM)u 70 acrm-App 17 m pasture, 7 m ridge crop isnd with the Imkmoa In woo(b on tho Licking Rlverll Donmbelhis onell Re- ducld to $14700 AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2010 10:00 AM MATTOX AUCTION CENTER, 3740 MAYSVILLE RD, CARLISLE Terms: Cash day of auction. Visa and MasterCard accepted. 10% Buyer's Premium added to all items to determine total purchase price For more information please v[sR our website at www.mattoxrealestate.com Mark Mattox Donna Gail Mattox Dana Lenox Cliff Williams Tracy D. Linville I 859-749-0828 859-749-1325 859-588-5527 859-229-4601 859-588-2038 MARK I Steve Linville 859-473-0996 Johnny Purcell 859-333-2126 Loren Clark 859-749-6490 Jesse Hurst 859-707-7741 Walker Mattox 859-749-5666