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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 08, 2012 -17 Photo Submitted Dr. Wayne Andrews welcomed the attendees at the banquet. Presentation of Hall of Fame member, Presentation of Hall of Fame members and pre- sentation of Founders Award. A deliciousdinner of mashed potatoes, steak, green beans, rolls, butter, salad, tea, coffee, water, and a great dessert. Chester Greene, retired, George- town, Ohio, at- tended the 125th Morehead State University Home- coming, October 25-27, 2012, More- head State Univer- sity, Morehead, Kentucky. Chester is a 1954 gradu- ate of MSU when Dr. Charles Spain was the President with an enroll- ment of 2,000 stu- dents, today which has an enrollment of 7,000+ and Dr. Wayne Andres is the President. Chester par- ticipated with the Track and Cross- Country teams and lettered in both. He was the first student at MSU to earn a letter in Cross-Country at MSU and was the Champion Cross- Country runner to finish first and the MSU team won the first Ohio Val- ley Championship consisting of East- ern State College, Western State Col- lege, Murray State College, Evans- ville College, Mar- shall College, and Middle Tennes- see State College. When another team mate needed one point letter in track and the last meet of the season, Chester slowed his pace and let his track mate finish ahead of him to win his letter in track. Charlie Adkins (1967), baseball recorder, Erni De- courley (2012) football tackle and Wes Martin (1978) golf championship were inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame. Steve Kazee (2002) theatre, Dr. Bruce Mattingly (1974) undergradu- ate study and Dr. Lucian Yates III (1974), dean Prai- rie View Texas were inducted into Alumni Hall of Fame and Rep- resentative Rocky Adkins (1982) Uni- versity Service Founders Award. Circuit judges from across Kentucky participate in ............ pbntmitted | ': ..... ' ':'t .... '- .... ............... ............. ' .....  : RIO .-,,-_.,r_--_...n_-eatnlon, Director -of- _Ridoe- :: 002012CIfcunludgesg0iiege Oct. =O'O,"llllnl  'm Lexmgtgfl way Nursing Home and Rehabiiitation Circuit Court judges from across Kentucky participated in the 2012 Kentucky Circuit Judges College that took place Oct. 29-31 in Lexington. The Administrative Office of the Courts provided the judicial education pro- gram for the state's Circuit Court judges. The event included 19.25 hours of continuing education cred- it for the judges. The judges received updates on case law and legislation and attended sessions on the Open Re- cords Act, Child support and domestic violence and met with legislators and other officials to discuss legislation on child fatali- ties and near fatalities. The judges also heard from Chief Justice of Kentucky John D. Minton Jr. about the work of the Kentucky Access to Justice Commis- sion, which was formed to identify the most pressing legal needs of those un- able to afford lawyers and create a statewide plan to address those needs. "There is a great need for legal aid to help low- income citizens who have nowhere else to turn for assistance with evictions, child custody issues, con- sumer fraud, government benefits for the elderly and other important legal mat- ters," said Circuit Court Judge Paul E Isaacs, who serves Bourbon, Scott and Woodford counties and is president of the Ken- tucky Association of Cir- cuit Judges. "Chief Justice Minton encouraged the circuit judges to support Kentucky's civil legal aid efforts by letting people know how to find legal assistance and improving court processes for those with limited access to at- torneys." Circuit judges also had the opportunity to attend courses about evidence, youthful offender proce- dures, the Kentucky State Police Forensic Labora- tory System, writs and ap- peals from District Court, Westlaw. the State Law Library and House Bill 463. HB 463 took effect in June 2011 and is the most comprehensive overhaul of Kentucky's penal code in more than 30 years. All three branches of govern- ment supported the legis- lation, which is designed to curb the cost of incar- ceration without compro- mising public safety. Circuit Court is the court of general jurisdic- tion that hears civil mat- ters involving more than $5,000, capital offenses and felonies, divorces, adoptions, termination of parental rights, land dis- pute title cases and con- tested probate cases. The college also of- fered sessions specifically for Family Court judges that covered child abuse, parental rights, mainte- nance (spousal support) and electronic recordings of Family Court proceed- ings. There was also a session for the judges to discuss trends and issues in family law cases. Fam- ily Court is a division of Circuit Court and has pri- mary jurisdiction in cases involving family issues, including divorces, adop- tion, child support, domes- tic violence and juvenile status offenses. Both Judges Beth' Lewis Maze and William E. Lane, who serve Bath, Menifee, Montgomery, and Rowan Counties, attended the College. Center, poses with the costume win- ners from last Monday evening's Trick or Treat event at the nursing home, Call Andrew for all your advertising needs at 859-585'5028 TRACT I / 29,474 sq. ft. TRACT II/4,800' sq. ft. Commercial/Industrial Building ' Quonset Hut LOCATION: 60 DONOTECH DR., OWINGSVILLE Travel 1-64 to Exit 121 Owingsville, KY, Bath County. Take State Hwy 36 East. Go 0.7 miles. Turn left on Kendall Springs Road. Travel 0.6 miles to auction. 10:00 AM - SATURDAY, NOVEMBE R