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10- November 30, 2017 Your Hometown Newspaper N ws Outlook Photos submitted Left Photo: On November 16, 2017 Mrs. Robyn Meadows and her students visited Mrs. Lane's Relationships class at Bath County High School. The visit was filled with several fall craft activities and the students baked and decorated sugar cookies in the shape of turkeys. Right Photo: On November 20, 2017 Mrs. Tammy Jewell and her students visited Mrs. Lane's Relationships class at Bath County High School. The students made several fall crafts and baked and decorated sugar cookies. 0ff2017-18 gomery County on Mon- By Cecil Lawson day, 51-49. KyNewsGroup Next Tuesday the Wild- cecil@kynewsgroup.com cats will travel to East Cart- er to take part in the EKC The Bath County High Tournament. Bracket in for- School Wildcats get their marion for the tournament 2017-18 season started on was incomplete at the time the road this Thursday the News-Outlook went to against non-district Morgan press. County. Coach Bart Williams, in Morgan County started his second season at the their season Monday night helm of the Wildcats, ended with a win over Lawrence last season with a 14-17 re- County, 73-54. cord. The Wildcats will return Thursday evening's game home for their second game at Morgan gets under way of the season on Saturday at 7:45 p.m. Tip-off time as to take on district rival for Saturday'sgame against On November 20, 2017 State Trooper Scott Ferrell vis- Rowan County. Rowan County is 7:45 p.m. Red Mrs. Lane's two FACS Essentials classes. Trooper Rowan defeated Mont- Go Cats! Ferrell spoke about the dangers of drugs. Photo courtesy of Brenda Maze The Owingsville Woman's Club has their latest Christ- mas Tree ornament available. This year's ornament is the historic Salt Lick Elementary School. They will go on sale for $15 this Saturday, December 2, at the Crossroads Elementary School Breakfast with Santa and at the Owingsville Christian Church's Christmas Bazaar. Limited quantities of some older ornaments are still available as well. Uniquely Yours Boutique presents... The Third Annual Shopping Open House Thursday, December 7, 2017 5:00-8:00pm At the home oE Kenny and Beth Williams 274 West Main St. Owingsville, KY 40360 I By Helen Reynolds tor's appointment. Betty s. k < " and ranked 3rd in rush- has to have surgery on her rtau by: Ma bee Photography was By Cecil Lawson ing in the state, out of 220 1 After being off for 2 breast this month- We hope L KyNewsGroup other schools, according J months, 6 members met to meet at Christmas.al k to e *'y, S ........ cecil@kynewsgroup.com to Wildcats Coach lohnnv I at the Extension Office for We've had some pretty ....... d Make Poynter. " "J their November meeting. It weather in October but it ili. v,,vil ...... woo ...... the;. r,:r.e,- ...... Plunder, f"i~tilda Jane, ,Home Gifts and D6cor, ,Hairbows, LuL;~Ro~', Lipsen