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12 - December 04, 2014 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook COMMUNITY Courtroom 1 Hon. Don Blair Sarah C. Bennett. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Ex- pired Kentucky Regis- tration Receipt. 2. No/ Expired Registration Plates. Proof produced. Dismissed per local rule. 3. Failure of Owner to maintain required Insur- ance/Security 1st. Valid Proof. Dismiss per local rule. 4. Failure to notify change of address to De- partment of Transporta- tion. Dismiss upon proof. Austin Blackburn. Oth- er Hearing. 1. Speeding 10mph over the limit. Re- call DN. January 6, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. 2. License to be in possession. Austin D. Blackburn. Other Hearing. 1. Speed- ing 26 mph over/greater. Recall DN. Reset to Janu- ary 6, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. Ada 1L Braun. Arraign- ment. 1. Speeding 26mph over/greater. Amend to 25mph. Plead Guilty STS. 2. Reckless Driv- ing. Placed on 12 month diversion. Clara E. Brooks. Ar- raignment. 1. Speeding 5mph over the limit. CW January 6, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. 2. Filing false reports under KRS 304. Merge with Count 3. 3, Failure of non-owner Operator to maintain required Insurance 1st. Dismissed upon proof. Dillon Shane Byrd, Arraignment. 1. Theft by Unlawful Taking all others $500.00 or more but under $10,000.00 Ap- pointed DP2L Plead Not Guilty. Waive Formal Reading. Time Period Waived. Pretrial Hearing on December 16, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. Mauricio Camacho. Arraignment. 1. Failui, e to wear seat belts. Merge with Count 3. 2. Failure of non-owner operator to maintain required Insur- ance 1st. Dismiss :upon proof. 3. No Operators/ Moped License. Plead Guilty $100.00 Fine. Brandi Caprese AKA Brandi Cooper. Arraign- ment. 1. Speeding 26mph or greater. CFA January 6, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. 2. License to be in posses- sion. Bradley Steele Denton. Arraignment. 1. Criminal Court News Mischief 2nd Degree. Appointed DP#_ Head Not Guilty. Waive formal reading. Pretrial Confer- ence on January 13, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. Kevin Scott Fouch. Arraignment. 1. Ob- struction. Possession of Marijuana. Head Guilty $100.00 Fine. 2. Obstruc- tion. Use/Possess Drug Paraphernalia 1st Of- fense. Merge with Count 1. Willy Hardin. Arraign- ment. 1. Appointed DPA; Plead Not Guilty; Waive Formal Reading; Time Period Waived. 2. Al- cohol Intoxication in a Public Place 1st and 2nd. Pretrial Hearing on De- cember 16, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. Julie M. Hawkins. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Ex- pired Registration Hates. 2. No/Expired Kentucky Registration Receipt. 3. Failure to produce Insur- ance Card. Proof Pro- duced. Dismiss per local rule. T6resa Lewis. Contin- ued First Appearance. 1. Driving on DUI/Sus- pended License 1st Of- fense. LA_ Operating on Suspended/Revoked Operators License. Dis- miss upon Proof. Christopher D. Little. Arraignment. 1. Failure to or Improper Signal. Continued First,Appear- ance to December 23, 2014 at 9:00a.m. 2. No Operators/Moped Li- cense. 3. Failure of owner to maintain required In- surance/Security 1st. 4. Failureto register trans- fer of Motor Vehicle. Jeffery A. Lyman. Ar- raignment. 1. Assault 4th Degree Domestic Violence Minor Injury. Appointed DPA; Waive Formal Reading; Pretrial Conference on Decem- ber 2, 2014 at 10:00a.m. Emily E. Martin. Mo- tion Hour. 1. No/Expired Registration Plates. 2. Failure of Owner to main- tain required Insurance/ Security 1st. Placed on 24 month diversion; No further violations of the law. Lucas Martin. Contin- ued First Appearance. 1. Speeding 26mph over/ greater. Plead Guilty. STS. Father Present. 2. Intermediate License Bath County Middle School Boys Basketball Boosters is sponsoring a steak dinner Friday, Dec. 12, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Bath County Middle School Cafeteria Dinner includes ribeye, baked potato, salad, drink and dessert, for $10. For kids 10 and under, hot dog, chips, and drink are available for $4 Pre-sale tickets are available from any boys basketball booster player or booster members, and tickets will also be sold at the door. Please come out and support Bath County Boys' Basketball! ENTRY LEVEL PIPELINER Owingsville, KY Interested in learning the natural gas industry from the ground up? Spectra Energy is ,arching f,r candidates who want to l'arn ab)ut the operating, maintenance and cc)nstmction of gas pipeline faci!itk, intrrested candidates who enjoy physicd wrk using tcc, ls and other oquipment associated with gas pipelines, !ike working tutdo,rs, possess computer skills, and have a [-liqh School Dipk, na (,r equivalent are asked to visit our website at [lttp:/[www.spectraehergy.com/Careers/to apply. :m must have a clean driving record and Ii,.e within 30 miles o( the ()wingsviIle, KY area. Startin salal" is $21.35 pet hour. t-lxlensive benefits include: medical dental, 401savings plan, tuition reimbursement, . retirement plan and life insurance, Syectra. Ene:N,y is mt Ftua] EmFloymcnt Opl,(,r!mity Emplvyc: AUF/D/V Violations. Dismiss upon prooL 3. No Tail Lamps. Dismiss with warning. Brashten " Corel Mc- Coy. Arraignment. 1. Failure to produce Insur- ance card. Dismiss upon valid Insurance. Robert H. McKen- zie. Review. 5 Counts of Theft by Deception In- clude Cold Checks under $500.00. Reset Review to January 13, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. CN to Defendant. Lesley D. Messer. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Ex- pired Kentucky Registra- tion Receipt. Continued to December 16, 2014 at 9:00a.m. 2. No/Expired Registration Plates. 3. Improper Registration Plate. Kathy /k Rose. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Ex- pired Registration Plates. 2. No/Expired Kentucky Registration Receipt. Dismissed upon proof. Cecilie Smith. Other Hearing. 1. Failure to wear Seat Belts. 2. Fail- ure of Owner to maintain required Insurance/Se- curity 1st. 3. No/Expired Registration Plates. 4. No/Expired Kentucky Registration Receipt. 5. License to be in posses- sion. Failure to appear; Issued Bench Warrant. Jerry P. Todd. Arraign- ment. 1. No/Expired Registration Plates. 2. No/Expired Kentucky Registration Receipt. Dismiss upon proof. Cara L. Ulery. Arraign- ment. 1. No/Expired Kentucky Registration Receipt. 2. No/Expired Registration Plates. 3. Failure of Owner to main- tain required Insurance/ Security 1st. Defendant failure to appear; Contin- ued to December 9, 2014 at 9:00a.m. Robert J. Young. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Ex- pired Registration Plates. Plead Guilty $25.00 fine. 2. No/Expired Kentucky Registration  Receipt. Merge with Count 1. 3. Failure of Owner to maintain required Insur- ance/Security 1st. Plead Guilty; 90 days P/S 2 years; No further viola- tions of the law. Per plea agreement Common- wealth agrees not to re- voke prior diversion. Deborah Burgess. Ar- raignment. 3 Counts Theft by Deception In- cludes Cold Checks un- der $500.00. Possible Bond. Deborah L. Burgess. Arraignment..1 Theft by Deception includ- ing Cold Checks under 8500.00. Possible Bond. Brian S. Haddix. Ar- raignment. 1. Harassing Communications. Ap- pointed DPA; Plead Not Guilty; Waive Formal Reading; Pretrial Con- ference on December 2, 2014 at 10:00a.m. Kyle Hurst. Arraign- ment. 2 Counts of 1st Degree Possession of Controlled Substance/ Drug Unspecified 1st of- fense, 3. Drug Parapher- nalia Buy/Possess. Appt. DPA; Plead Not Guilty; Waive Formal Reading; Pretrial Conference on December 2, 2014 at 10:00a.m.4. Possession of a Controlled Sub- stance 2nd Degree Drug Unspecified. 5. Drug Par- aphernalia Buy/Possess. Rickey N. Jolly. Other Hearing. 1. Flagrant non- support. Review March 31, 2015 at 9:00a.m.. 12L Non Support. Holder to be placed. Jeffrey McGlothin. Other Hearing. 7 Counts of Theft by Deception in- cluding Cold Checks un- der $500.00. Defendant transported to Jessa- mine. Review December 2, 2014 at jail docket. Jeffrey McGlothin. Other Hearing. 9 Counts of Theft by Deception including Cold Checks under $500.00 Defendant transported to Jessa- mine. Review December 2, 2014 at jail docket. Jeffrey Bruce McG- lothin. Other Hearing. 9 Counts of Theft by De- ception including Cold Checks under $500.00. Transported to Jessa- mine. Review December 2, 2014 at jail docket. Todd Penix. Other Hearing. 1. Reckless Driving. Bonded 2. Op- erating ,Motor Vehicle under/influence of Al- cohol/Drugs, etc. .08 1st offense. 3. License to be in possession. 4. No/Expired Kentucky Registration Receipt. 5. No/Expired Registration Plates. 6. Failure to reg- ister transfer of Motor Vehicle. i Brown's Department Store Sharpsburg, KY Serving Bath County and the surrounding areas since 1874. Featuring: Stylish ladies apparel and accessories, l Berne work clothing ,A Toy, John Deere and clothing Small gifts, collectibles, and what nots I Holiday Specials, Visiting our store i i , , is an experience in I Blue Monday i. ,itself with modern II Candy Bars $.50 , . , ,merchandise in an ' Berne High ' , old fashioned t Visibility Jackets ,' ' $65 oo ' setting! (p NEW HOLIDAY HOURS ) ,i Mon. - Sat. 12p.m. to 5 p.m. ,1, CLOSED SUNDAY ()By tl 606-247-2091 Photo submitted by Jennifer Leadingh, Randy and Jennifer Leadingham, proud parents of T- othy Aaron Robinson, would like to announce that their son graduated from U. S. Marine Corps boot camp:ct Paris Island, South Carolina on Oct. 25, from MII training, and is now headed to San Antonio, Texas, ;r correctional specialist and MP training lq! REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL GATEWAY COMMUNITY SERV]ICES ORGANIZATION po BOX 367 'A 151 University Street. WEST LIBERTY, KENTUCKY 41472 ?;?, 606-743-3133 0_ Sealed proposalsl mailed or hand delivered (no fixed proposals will be accepted) 'q for the following equipment will be received by the Gateway Community Services Organization (GCSO) at 151 University Drive, PO Box 367, West Liberty, KY J 41472 until 8:30 AM (local time) Wednesday, December 10, 2014, for the purchas of equipment as set forth in the Request for Proposal (RFP). RFP must be com- ;Q pleted and signed for proposal to be considered. Sealed proposals will be opened , publically at 9:00 AM (local time) Wednesday, December 10th in room 206 on th 2nd floor. " Equipment to be bid upon is described as follows: 2015 Ford Explorer or 2015 W Chewolet Traverse or equivalent with standard package (Qty 1). VV w Purchase of vehicle is contingent upon funding and all items noted in RFP. Terms W of sale will be cash via agency check at time of delivery. Award will be made based M on the lowest price, not to exceed $24,000, for vehicle meeting minimum equip- ment specifications as described in the RFP. Vehicle must be new and have MFR Certificate of Origin and never have been tided. Interested parties may obtain the RFP by visiting www.gcscap.org or by contactin Kristy Gamble at 606-743-3133 or by email at kristy.gamble@gcscap.org. ! Gateway Community Services Organization reserves the right to reject any and all proposals received and to waive any formalities and any proposal that is obviously.| unbalanced may be rejected. i Published in the'Bath County News Outlook on 12.04.14 ] Request for Proposal Gateway i 'l Community Services Organizati I P.O. Box 367 t8!n 151 University Drive West Liberty, Kentucky -141472 i 606-743-3133 rrl J Proposals, mailed or hand delivered (no faxed propos- J als will be accepted) for the following equipment will be i received by the Gateway Community Services Organiza- e i tion (GCSO) at 151 University Drive, RO. Box 367, West : i . I i Liberty, KY 41472 until 9:30 A.M. (local time) Monday, I ' January 5, 2015, for the repair or purchase of equipment as i set forth in the Request for Proposal (RFP). RFP must be completed and signed for proposal to be considered.pro- q posals will be opened publically at 10:00 A.M. (local time t Monday, January 5th in room 206 on the 2nd floor, t ] Equipment to be bid upon is described as follows: Gas Fur- nace Repairs or Replacement including removal, disposal and/or installation (including services, parts and labor) (Otr 1). Repairs or purchase of gas furnace is contingent upon funding and all items noted in RFP. Terms of sale will be cash via agency check at time of delivery. Award will be made based on the possession of nessary experience, organization, technical and professional qualifications, skills and facilities, project understanding, approach abilR to comply with proposed of required time of completion q or performance, and possession of a satisfactory record ofl performance as well as costs. r o, lO Iq Interested parties may obtain the RFP by visiting www. , gcscap.org or by contacting Kristy Ganble at 606-743-3133 or by email at kristy.gamble@gcscap.org. Gateway Community Services Organization reserves the Ei right to reject any and all proposals received and to waive i any formalities and any proposal that is obviously unbal- i anced may be rejected. I ill IE I I I II I I 620 N. Maysville St. 859-497-2100 tT Mt. Sterling, I0t'40353  ' Hours: TuesdayFriday 10am-6pm, Saturday 9am-4pm, Closed Sunday & Monday Ei ii I i i11 iii [ I I I I ii iq KAWASAKI. KYMCO ROYAL ENFIELD MULE TERYX ATV's -CYCLES