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14 - November 30, 2017 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook FOR SALE For Sale 3 bed, 1 bath with possible owner financ- ing with down payment to qualified buyer. 859-707- 3983. 2 lots for sale Bakers Acre. Follow signs Cattle for sale Registered black angus bred heifers & Registered black angus bull All qualify for cost share programs. 606-724-5524 LEASE TO OWN Why rent when you can BUY?. Bad Credit Ok, Bank- ruptcy OK Low Down Payment Call Andrea 859-667-6336 Cant Sell You Home? Are You Behind on Pay- ments? Little or No Equity? Facing Foreclosure? I Can Help! Call Andrea 859-667-6336 Recently renovated 4 Bedroom Double Wide with 2 full bathrooms on 2 acres. One acre is wooded. Has a detached building for storage or parking. Heat- hag is efficient propane gas heat. Quiet neighborhood. Eastern Mason County. Mason County School Dis- trict. Looking for mature couple to rent and possibly purchase after a year. Rent $600 monthly/S600 down payment. Must be able to provide references and proof of income. Call 606- 584-8881 for more informa- tion. Free Kitten, approx 8 weeks old, male, black with white feet, liter trained, has been vet checked and wormed, needs to be kept indoors if at all possible, call 662-210-1516. FREE Kitten, white, 3 to 4 months old male, has had shots and been wormed litter trained, energetic, to good loving home only, call 606-845-8891. Purebred Limousin FREE - late 50's Thom- Bulls, double black, double as organ with color glow, polled, 14 month old, with works good, call 606-845- calm dispositions and top 9116. genetics. Cummins Polled Limousin 606-782-7003. LOST & FOUND Good quality grass hay Small black male boxer (Square baled) $3.00 out with white on forehead and of barn, 84.00 to delivered, chest, wearing collar with Phone numbers 859-405- name tag, lost from Green- 8142 or 859-473-2935. brook Subdivision area, call 606-776-3850. 02 Mazda 626 182 K or 07 Ford Taurus 183 K $300 REWARD $300 CASH for Down Buy Here/Pay Here. the return and conviction of Easy Financing Call 606- farm property stolen from 584-8881 Micko Maggs Farm located on Gossett Rd. in Sharps- Alpha Hay for sale small burg. 3 point hitch log split- square bails 1st, 2nd, 3rd, ter, 3 point hitch roll bale and 4th cuttings Excellent mover, 3 point hitch sub condition, 100- 4x5 Grass sailer, a 14ft. john boat, and roll bails for sale. 606-876- other various items:` Call 5761 or cell 606-748-2279. 859-595-3209. BRUNER LAND COM- PANY, INC. (740) 459- 9031 www.brunerland.com FLEMING CO: 21+ acres, "Are you paying more mostly wooded, lays flat than $50 month for your car to rolling, private, county insurance? For low prices water & electric available, and low down payments, 949,900 with owner financ- call 1-800-256-3575." SERVII:ES ing. Located east of Flem- ingsburg on McRoberts Rd. Need mechanic work done on vehicles or trac- tors, brake work, tune ups The holiday season is a joyful time of year. But the weeks between Thanks- giving and New Year's Day also tend to be very waste- ful. The U.S. Environmen- tal Protection Agency estimates that household waste increases by more than 25 percent during the holiday season. Reducing waste come the holiday season does not mean celebrants have to forgo big family meals or beautifully wrapped gifts. In fact, there are sev- eral ways to reduce waste without spoiling the spirit of the season. Give eco-conscious gifts. The environment may not be the first thing that comes to mind when holiday shoppers are look- ing for gifts for their loved ones. But giving reusable gifts can have a positive, long-term impact on the planet. Reusable coffee mugs or water bottles can dramatically reduce waste over time, and such items make great stock- ing stuffers. Shoppers also can look for items made from recycled materi- als, which run the gamut from home furnishings to calendars to clothing, as eco.friendly alternatives to gifts produced without the environment in mind. Reuse holiday-specific items. Many people only use gift wrap, gift boxes and gift bags during the holiday season. Such items are oftentimes discarded after Christmas morning. But these items can be reused to cut back on holi- day waste. Reusing wrap- ping paper from year to year can be especially ben- eficial to the environment. Thatfs because wrapping paper tends to be dyed or laminated, and many wrapping papers contain non-paper additives that cannot be recycled. Reus- ing wrapping paper, pur- chasing only recyclable paper or wrapping gifts in old newspapers or maga- fines carl help holiday cel- ebrants reduce their car- bon footprints. Prepare less food and donate any leftovers. The Worldwatch Institute notes that, during the holiday season, celebrants gener- ate three times as much food waste as they do dur- ing other times of the year. Large family meals are a tradition of the holiday season, but hosts who rou- tinely find themselves dis- carding leftovers can plan on preparing less food this year. Consider how much guests are likely to eat and plan meals accordingly instead of buying enough food to feed a small army. Donate leftovers to nearby shelters so nothing goes to waste. Recycle live Christmas trees. According to the National Christmas Tree Association, 25.9 million real trees were sold in the United States in 2015. Trees put out on the curb for collection after the holi- day season has ended typi- cally end up in landfills, but some communities recycle Christmas trees each year. Real tree enthu- siasts can contact commu- nity officials to determine if they can recycle rather than discard their trees. The holiday season is a wasteful time of year, but there are ways for cel- ebrants to dramatically reduce their carbon foot- prints between Thanksgiv- ing and New Year's Day. The holiday season might not be the most haz- ardous time of the year, but there is an uptick in safety concerns during this sea- son of festivity and fun. Components of the holi- day season such as decorat- can road weary travelers or overnight guests who un- knowingly put loved ones in harmes way during their stays. Thankfully, many acci- dents that occur during the holiday season are avoid- ing, shopping, celebrating, able if holiday celebrants and traveling, carry some focus on safe ways to cel- risk. The National Fire Pro- ebrate. tection Association says 30 percent of all home fires occur during the months of December, January and February. Christmas trees and decorative holiday lighting displays contribute the uptick in fires and other accidents between Thanksgiving and New Years Day. But fire is not the only concern during the holiday season. Revel- ers who celebrate a bit too much can pose a threat, as I Choking: All of that entertaining and partying means more food is con- sumed. To keep up with the hustle and bustle of the season, many people must eat on the go. The National Safety ouncil says nearly 3,000 p ople in the United States die each year from choking. Taking small bites and chewing com- pletely, while also avoid- ing talking while chewing, can help. Children should be kept away from small decorations, as even pine needles can be a choking hazard. Toxic plants: Some plants, including mistletoe and holly, can be toxic to pets and young children whose smaller bodies may be more vulnerable than adultsL When decorating, consider decorating with artificial plants instead of live, potentially poisonous plants. Alcohol-related in- cidents; Holiday fun frequently involves al- coholic beverages Law enforcement officials p0iflt out that the rate of driving while intoxicated tends to increase during the holi- days. Implementing strict "designated driver" rules and making contact infor- I I I mation for taxi or rideshar- ing services readily avail- able to holiday guests can prevent tragedies. Medicine mishaps: Rela- tives visiting for Christmas may bring their prescrip- tion medications along when staying overnight. Curious children may en- counter the drugs and think they're candy, so encourage guests to place their medi- cations in childproof bottles or containers. Staying safe during the holidays involves diligence and keeping an eye out for potential dangers Scores of artists have re- mas Eve and thereafter un- how all the welkin rings." leased Christmas albums fil the Epiphany. The subsequent version FOR RENT and much more. Call 859- or holiday-refused singles Many of the oldest was more catchy, and the 707-0233. during their careers. Christmas songs are notfaster-paced accompani- Carlisle Areas: Christmas music can be old at all. Many popular car- ment was courtesy of Felix 1 and 2BR AFT, UTILI- The Handyman Can! broken down into two dis- ols sung today are less than Mendelssohn, added 100 Painting, wiring, plumb- tinct categories: traditional 200 years old. The world's years after the poem was TIES INCLUDED, VINYL ing, heating and cooling, I hymns and carols and pop- most popular Christmas written. FLOORING, OFFSTREET ! remodeling, flooring, roof- l ular secular songs carol was originally a poem "Jingle Bells," a nonre- i Beaver Creek I PARKING, 24/7MAINTE-ing, landscaping, demoli-I Some believethat the pennedin1816byAustrian ligious tune that has be.I ApartmentsI NANCE. RENT and De. tion and junk removal, tree [ religious standards have Catholic priest Josef Mohr. come synonymous with posit based on your income, work, daughters house- ] been passed down since Two years later, Mohr Christmas, was not origi- FOR MORE INFORMA- cleaning and much more; ]the earliest days of Christi- asked Franz Xaver Gru- nally written as a Christ- TION PLEASE CALL 859- We also buy cars, truck and i anity. However, that is not ber, an organist and local mas tune. In fact, the song i Rent based on i 289-7115 OR AT greenval- tractors. Call 734-216-6690 [ so. Before the 12th cen- schoolteacher, to put his was intended to celebrate i30% of income ] ley@werentky.com, or859-545.0177 I tury, music wasn't typically words to music. The result- Thanksgiving. I Contact: 606-768-3672 I i WA......lnllTKn i included in religious ser- ing song, "Silent Night," Christmas music is di- li Ill We,000t0,ac.m,n I East2 BRuniontrailerRoad,for rentcarlisleOn vices,, and even then music, was not translated into verse, with lively tunes, I kll app,centa0nt $iaaf ..... I ......... was included only sporadl- English for 40 years, modern interpretations I ............ 0n nt r,o I ,, i preference, disability, age, veteran_status, nalional I Ky For more info Call 289- in OOmwegr to ouy rare. ha- cally In present day, reli- Hark the Herald Angels and religious classics en- 4886. g o e s. Call Darvm at " WANTED 859-473.3281 gious tunes identified as Sing" also originated from joyed through the years. Home for rent in Carlisle 3 br 1 ba, 350 per month plus deposit. 859 289 7529 For Lease: Commercial or Office 240 E. Main Street. 1700 Sq Ft. $400 a month 1 year lease term available, December 1st. Contact 859- 473-3333 for more informa- tion. Good housekeeper on weekly basis, references preferred, pay by the job. Call 859-5880147 after 4:30 p.m. or anytime on week- ends. Wanted: Swarms of hon- ey bees call 859-473-0572 or 8 & 2 %_7AJ 5 YARD SALES For Rent - 1 bedroom apartment ground floor at Clay Manor Apartments. Call 859-473-0622 or 473- 4480 for more information. Owing lle Area 6 room house in Owings- ville for rent Call 674-2237 or 606-210-1225. Maysville Yard Sale Dec 1st. and I Dec 2nd, Donnas StylingI Shop 9:00 - 4:00 Christmas | decorations, Christmas [ gifts items, ornament, gift" bags, baby shower gift bas- kets, birthday gift baskets, women and kids clothes and shoes all sizes, glass- ware all kinds, toys and much more. 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