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18 - November 13, 2014 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook 1 Photo submitted Miss Clarien Higgins of Sharpsburg will turn 103 years old on Tuesday, Nov. 30. A special birthday party is planned by her family and friends for this momentous day. By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com A young Salt Lick man has been sentenced to five years probation on drug trafficking charges stem- mint from a holiday drug sweep nearly one year ago. Matthew N. Spurlock, 24, was sentenced last Thurs- day in Bath Circuit Court by Judge Beth to a sentence of five years in prison which was probated for five years. Spurlock was accused of selling 12 Oxycodone pills in a controlled buy on Feb. 28,'2013. He was later Ln- a'fctdd by the 85. Jury in September 2013, which was kept sealed until the Operation Black Friday drug sweep across Ken- tucky on Nov. 1, 2013. He was one of nine indi- viduals named in the sweep. Spudock had entered his guilty plea to the charges through his attorney Gale Rose on Oct. 2. As a part of his plea deal, Spurlock's charged were amended down to a class D felony, and the conditions of his probation include maintaining employment, a substance abuse assess- ment, supervised probation during the first year, not to be in the vicinity of pain cliaiCs+ and paying 8525 in restitution: By Amber Hodge KyNewsGroup amber@kynewsgroup.com I stopped in and saw what the Cowan Station Honey Farm had in their inviting little store, located at 8904 Elizaville Road, in Ewing. I'll be a repeat customer. Bruce and Regina Barns opened their business three years ago, and have been beekeeping for six. Bruce and Regina are both natives of Nicholas carry a wide selection of Kentucky Proud Weisen- berger flours and batters. They also have organi- cally-fed chickens, and of- fer their eggs for sale. And of course, they have deli- cious honey. "We have 14 bee hives and hope to have over 20 next year. We put all the money back into our bees and fruit trees that in return help the environ- ment." Bruce said about their farm. Along with the hard County and have been work and time the retired married for 41 years and couple put into their Ew- have 2 children, ing farm, Regina works at They enjoy life and are 90.7fm radio in Carlisle, passionate gardeners who and Bruce says he loves also enjoy preserving what spending time on his hob- they grow and raise, by, beekeeping, which they 'We raise everything both went to school for. that we can. Our goal is to They also make beautiful raise all of our own food, gift baskets for adults and with no pesticides, every- children alike, some with thing organic." Bruce said. scented beeswax candles. The Cowan Station How Regina also makes note ey Farm offers a wide vari- cards that feature her ety of products including, amazing artwork. apple butter, apple jelly, And just in time for the apple mint jelly, spiced holiday season, Regina is apples, blackberry jam, excited to start taking or- blackberry jelly, peach ders for her famous cakes, preserves, peach, butter, cookies, and candies, just grape jelly, strawberry give her a call! Some of rhubarb jam( yes pleaseD, those tasty treats include; strawberry jam, dill pick- Italian cr6me, carrot cakes, les, bread & butter pickles, Kentucky jam cakes, bour- sweet brine pickles, pickle bon balls, fudge, peanut be closing for the season relish, pickle peppers, corn butter rolls and more. at the end of December- relish, sauerkraut, and The Cowan Station Hon- April 2015 so hurry inI when they can keep it in e-y Farm is open Wednes- You can contact Brtice stock, sorghum, and they day-Saturday, 9-5, and will and Regina at (606) 267-3233, or email at bbarnes267@hotmail. com, and you can friend them on Facebook. Responsible Waterproofing Rating With The Better Business Bureau a to 50% S : T BBB + (' i t