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i i i I i WE HAVE 30,000 READERS! , ...... II A member of (USPS 045260) 128th Year--Edition 48 P.O. Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360 Ph.: 60t ************************** ADC 450 950 01-01-50 _ 275 SMALLTOWN NEWSPAPERS f) l )**C005 217 W COTA ST ' ## SHELTON WA 98584-2263 ,.ll,lh,,lhhdlq.hl,ddlh,l.,i,hle.hlhlll.hht.lI A .. v w v~..~.A w,...~a. ,am ',~.J ~ i '~,..w .,,m. 1.p OUR OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28TH AND FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29TH IN OBSERVANCE ' OF THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY. ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS AND HAVE A HAPPY THANKSGMNGI e e John and Jennifer Stacy - Boner 205 West Main Street, Owingsville Built before the Civil War in the style of a Gothic Re- viral farmhouse, the home at 205 West Main Street has been loved by many families over the years. Some of the previous owners included Joseph and Rachel Palmer, Joseph and Ann Gudgell, and Lewis and Mary Gudgell. Over the last 89 years it has been owned and loved by Edgar and lone Denton, and current own- ere are Arnold and the late Esther Stacy. It served as rental property for a brief period during that time for owners Bob and Anna Roberts. Current residents include John and Jennifer Stacy-Bonot and their two children, Shade and Gabrielle Stacy-Bonot. It has seen various renovations over the years but maintains the original metal roofs, fire places, coal shoot, closets, doors, and stained glass window. A testimony of the construction of the home is the shift in the west side rear rooms after a massive ,tree fell on the home prior to 1924. Tea is at the home of John and Jennifer Stacy - Boner The Owingsville Wom- en's Club is hosting their annual Christmas Open House Tour, presenting three local homes and a lo- cal business as part of the tour. The tour will be held Sunday, Dec. 1 from 2 to 5 p.m. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the homes. Minnie and Marlin Amett 5847 Old Sand Road, Salt Lick The home of Minnie and Marlin Arnett is a 1 1,6 story country farmhouse - style home and was built in 2005. Ricky and Donna Barber 12816 Hillsboro Road, Hillsboro (take Rt. 111 to the Bath/Fleming line, first brick house on left) Our home is a ranch-style brick that was built in 1998. It sits on our farm of 150 acres. We collect antiques from a lot of our local shops and decorate our home with a country/primitive style. p .... .. I By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com Seven local individuals arrested on drug charges as part of the Kentucky State Police's drug round- up named Operation Black Friday have appeared in Bath Circuit Court before Judge William Lane for their arraignments, and another man is scheduled to be arraigned in Decem- ber. Matthew N. Spurlock, 23, of Salt Lick, was ar- raigned on Friday, Nov. 8, and pled not guilty to one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, for allegedly selling 12 Oxyco- done pills in a controlled buy on Feb. 28, 2013. He is scheduled to appear for a pretrial conference on January 16, 2014, with jury trial set for March 17, 2014. Bonnie Dailey, 67, of Ow- ingsville, pled not guilty to charges in two separate Chris and Deanna Helton have always wanted to help children. They have always had the desire to be par- ents and were not able to obtain that goal until they decided to become foster/ adoptive parents. Deanna is like Mother Hubbard, usually holding at least one child on her lap at all times. They were able to adopt their first child, Ad- dison, in June 2011. They are so very excited to be able to adopt Taylor. If they wanted anymore chil- dren, definitely adoption is in their future. They have fostered children who have returned to their par- ents, and they were able to help them transition back home. But if a child is available for adoption, Chris and Deana said they may not be finished adding to their family. There are over 667 chil- dren in foster care in the Northeastern Region and 7,467 statewide; and there 230 in the Northeastern Region and 2,103 State- wide for whom adoption is the goal. Foster/Adoptive parents are needed to help in providing a safe nurtur- ing home to some of our most vulnerable children. If you would like more information regarding adoption or foster care, please contact Sheila Pat- rick, Cabinet for Health and Family Services at 606- 768-2154 ext 217. cases against her during her arraignment on Thurs- day, Nov. 21. In one case, she was charged with two counts of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, two counts of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, for allegedly selling 10 Oxycodone pills on April 23, 2013, and 9 Oxycodone pills on May 25, 2012 in controlled buys with a cooperating witness for the Kentucky State Po- lice In her second case, she is charged as cede fendants, along with Rex Dalley, for one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, for allegedly taking part in a controlled buy for 10 Oxycodone pills on May 31, 2013. Public advocate Jay PROPERTY Barrett was appointed to defend her, and she was given a jury trial date of February 4, 2014. Her Black Friday cont. on pg. 8 Kedtucky ,Market Pavilion. ' : 2914 Edsf~Highway 60, 0wingsville 4. 606-67~888 ' ......... The Pavilion is part of the Bath County Agricultural Center and was built about four years ago. It is a venue for artisans and crafts persons. Vendors wall their "wares" on a small commission. The Pavilion sells Kentucky - made items only. Hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. The Pavilion also houses a small restaurant, @thelunchbox. @the lunchbox maintains the same hours and offers a daily lunch as well as catering services. TAX BILI IN THE MAIL Photo by Cecil Lawson Newly adoptive parents Chris and Deanna HeRon are shown in Bath Circuit Court last Thursday morning, shortly after the finalization of their adoption of Taylor. From left, attorneys Howard Stone and Ira Kilbum, Deanna HeRon with Taylor, Chris HeRon with Addison, Circuit Judge William Lane, and Social Services Clini- cian Sheila Patrick. Are you tired of your money only earning 1/4%, 1/2%, 3/4%, or 1%!!!!!!!!!!!!! BUY GOLD OR SILVER Gold projected to go $5,000.00 an ounce btj 2OI5. Silver projects to triple in price btj 2013 Heed help moving your 401 k, IRA, or Roth!!!! Call the Gates Insurance team at (606)683-2104 The county's property tax bills are going out sooner than was reported in last week's News Out- look According to Tonya Blankenship, Bath County Sheriff's Office; property tax bills were mailed out on Tuesday, Nov. 26, and residents can begin paying them on Monday, Dec. 2. It was reported in the Nov. 21 News Outlook that County Treasurer Doug Copher announced during the Nov: 14 Fiscal Court meeting that prop erty tax bills would be Please mail your letters to The News-Outlook, POB 577, Owingsville, Ky., 40360 or drop the letters by The Outlook office at 81 A Waterstreet, Owingsville, Ky. lfmommy and daddy have to help out you may email them to delayed until December due to the school board's Santa the cost is $5.00 and If you would like to include a picture with the letter to property tax increase and ] should be brought to The would not be sent out until I Outlook's office along with January 2014. I your letter. The deadline for Both early payment dis: [ Santa Letters is December counts and late payment penalties will still apply. [ ". Chevron Oil,