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10- November 06, 2014 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook COMMUNITY D&amp;M Variety celebrates 5th anniversary !"'"Siu deni'"o'f"ihe"We'ek'"'] I ll Photos by Amber Hodge Don and Martha Eldridge are the owners of D&M Variety located at 7490 Morehead Road in Fleming County. The store is running a monthly discount of 20 percent off of all paintings and pictures throughout November. By Amber Hodge KyNewsGroup mnber@kynewsgroup.com When you drive up to D&M Variety store you no- tice there is no lack of el- egance and charm before you even get in the door. Don and Martha E1- tridge opened their store ha November 2009, located at 7490 Morehead Road, in eming County, and they a-e excited to be celebrat- ng their 5th anniversary this month. "Our location has been a great asset to our business, bringing new faces every- day, adding to a long list of repeat customers." Don and Martha said. D&M Variety Store truly has a variety of everything, from toys to men and woin- an's clothing, many framed paintings and pictures, glassware, collectables and a wide variety, of beauti- ful furniture and antique pieces at very reasonable prices, and there is always something new every week. "When you enter the door, our goal is to make you feel welcome and right at home, and we always make an effort to speak to every customer that en- ters." Martha said. When not at the store Don and Martha enjoy spending time with their four children and four grandchildren. Every month, all month. D&M Variety Store has 20% off selected items, and for the month of November there will be a sale on their large selection of pictures and paintings, just in time for Christmas. If you're looking for per- fect gifts and great deals, stop by and see Don and Martha, they are open Wednesday-Saturday mad you can contact them at (606) 748-3748, or by home phone (606)-849-4096. MIDW&Y ! ::! (o[[ege Call for a FREE Quote i-877-845-8408 COME JOIN US Victory Chapel Homecoming, Sunday, Nov. 9 at 10:45am Corner of Hwy Ma Between Sharpsburg & Bethel MIDWAY COLLEGE ONLINE Convenient and affordable programs in: Business I Health Care Administration Psychology t Sport Management Teacher Education I and morn Cookbook f,r sale Beautiful hard back cookbook with Salvation Plan in it for sale for $12 each by Peeled Oak Christian Church. Cover photo of church by John Ward. New recipes and would make excellent Christmas gifts! Contact Pat Leonard 606-674-2206 The Honor's Board student at Bath County High School, for the week of October 29th - November 5th as chosen by Mrs. Foster is Reese Razor. Mrs. Foster picked Reese because =his work ethic is phenomenal and he takes ownership for his own learning." when asked about his selec- tion, Reese said, =1 enjoy Mrs. Fosters 6th and 7th period Physics class because she makes learning fun and easy by allowing us to work in u m m m m B m m m =- =- _= _= = _= _= _= _=- - groups and do hands on activities." lllllllllll| Senior Spotlight By Kellie Day Bath Co. News Outlook Intern Natalie Whirr is this week's senior spotlight. Nataiie isn't entirely sure what school she'll be at- tending after high school but currently she'd think the University of Kentucky. She plans on double major- ing in broadcast journalism and political science. After finishing out her degree there she plans on law school as well. Extracurricular Activi- ties: STLP, FBLA, FCA, FCCLA, Students against destructive decisions (SADD), Strategic Gam- ing, Governor Scholar Program, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), World Language Club, Andy Barr Youth Ambassador Program, and the Golf Team. She attends the Owingsville Christian Church. Whenever asked about time at BCHS had this to say, "I've really enjoyed my time here but I can't deny I'm excited about starting this new chapter in my life soon!" Ordinance 1405 CITY OF SHARBSBURG, KENTUCKY, AN ORDINANCE SETTING THE PROP- ERTY TAX RATE FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 014. "Ihe City Commission of the City of Sharpsburg, Kentucky does ordain as follows: Pursuant to authority granted under Kentuclq," Revised Statutes, the City Commis- sion of the City" of Sharpsburg, K)< does hereby set the tbllowing tax rates tbr the calendar year of 2014: 1. qae sum of .293 cents per $100 assessed valuation on all teal property (real estate), assessment date behag January 1, 2014. 2. The sum of .293 cents per $100 assessed valuation on all tangible personal prop- erty assessment date being January 1, 2014. 3. The sum of 28 cents per $160 assessed valuation on all motor vehicles and water- craft located within the City, of Sharpsburg, Ky. 4. A discount of 2 (percent) will be granted on all tax bills paid on or before 11-30- 2014. 5. All tax bills not paid on or before 12-31-2014 will become delinquent on 1-31- 2015. All delinquent bills will bear a penalty of 6 (percent) from 2-1-2015. All delinquent bills will bear 21 (percent) interest per annum from 2-1-2015. ]his ordinance shall take effect and be in force immediately after its adoption and publication as required by lay,: Enacted this 3 of November 2014. Signed: Dorothy Clemons, Mayor First Reading: 10-6-14 Secong Reading: 11-3-14 Published: 11-6-14 Published in the Bath Count), News Outlook on 11.06.14 i -"-X-"- hl=,.. OUR' S7TH YEAR .,all /11 "= Ilhltlahrl'o00 Anlll:lllllJllllU Wlnier Open House OV O - 16. 21)14  jliwgJnm l me mlil Imll mll  Possum Belly Kitchen Cabinet Just a sample of a large collection of Portrait China 13 pane cherry Jackson Press Featuring a large collecon of Portrait decorated China. There will be thousands of iteras ofl, thcludin9 earh/cherty & waOut ham/lure, fine china and $1wss, sterling sihr, pofOty, clocks, primatives, pictures, qui & much, much, more, Promotion wilt begin at 9:00 am Saturday, Nov 8th and runs thru November 16th 2014 Pictured items will not be for sale until g:g0 am November 8th, 2014 Will accept phone sal aRer 9:30 am that dy. See Back Page for phone number & directions to location plus other information To see these and other items not pictured in full color go to Huraphries Antiques Facebook page Please Register for Door Prizes, Gift Certificates and discount coupons . Name ......................................... 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