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News Outlook November 08, 2012 -13 Your Hometown Newspaper COMMUNITY Monthly Column from Attorney t, eneral jack t000nway I hke KBML to share their fort to combat prescrip- On September 22, Since House Bill 1 (HB " received an email from a grieving mother in Oldham County who had lost a child to a pre- scription drug overdose. Her daughter died at a friend's house after mix- ing the drug Opana with other substances. She was just 16 years old. I have received many of these letters and grieved with far too many par- ents devastated by the scourge of prescription drug abuse. I vowed to each one of these fami- lies that I would do ev- erything I could to. stop the spread of this epi- demic. Through landmark prescription drug abuse legislation, my Prescrip- tion Drug Diversion Task Force and my Keep Ken- tucky Kids Safe aware- ness initiative, we are making progress. Over the past decade, prescriptions for pow- erful painkillers have soared, making Kentucky the third most medicated state in the nation. Last year, 219 million doses of hydrocodone were dispensed in Kentucky- that's 51 doses for every man, woman and child in this state. While some irrespon- sible doctors handed out pain pills like candy, prescription pain-killer abuse rose 900 percent, overdose deaths doubled and we've seen an alarm- ing 2,400 percent in- crease in the number of babies born addicted to )ain killers. 1) took effect on July 20, 2012, fewer of these high- ly addictive controlled substances are being dispensed, marking the first reduction in a de- cade. Doctors are now required to utilize the Kentucky All Schedule Prescription Electronic Reporting (KASPER) system to separate legiti- mate pain sufferers from doctor shoppers. Today, KASPER has nearly 22,000 registered users, requesting more than 18,000 reports each day, most of which are returned in a matter of seconds. Rogue pain clinics are closing up shop in Ken- tucky. Unable to com- ply with the new law, 10 pain management clinics have closed their doors. And the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure (KBML) has disciplined 35 physibians for pre- scribing violations. 10 faced emergency orders of suspension and five surrendered their licens- es. Under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) drafted by my office, we are working hand-in- hand with the medical licensure boards, Ken- tucky State Police (KSP) and the Cabinet for Health and Family Ser- vices (CHFS) to share information to identify the most egregious c/s- es of illegal or inappro- priate prescribing. Our MOU created a central- ized database for boards Mayor's Charity Ball  WHEN_: Saturday night, Nov. 10 th TIME: Reception begins at 6 p.m., Music at 7 p.m. WHERE: Crossroads Elementary School CHARITY: Tim's Toy Trot for Tots HONORING: Bath County Veterans TICKET PRICE: $25.00 donation Available at City Hall The "Young at Heart Big Band" will be providing the music. This group consists of 20 members from throughout central Kentucky. The designated charity this year helps to provide toys to underprivileged children in Bath County during the Christmas season. All veterans presentwill be honored and are encouraged to wear something symbolic of their service (hat, uniform, medal, pin, etc.) complaints regarding il- legal or inappropriate prescribing with law en- forcement. The system has processed 41 com- plaints since July. We are also working together to address a few unintended consequenc- es of HB 1 and will be taking a look at exemp- tions for long-term care facilities and in-patient hospital services. Our goal is to weed out the very bad actors and en- sure patients have the best care possible. Additionally, we are continuing to work closely with local law enforcement through my statewide drug diver- sion task force to go after these rogue pain clinics and unscrupulous doc- tors: doctors like Richard I Albert, who prescribed more than 105,000 pre- scription pills per month at his Paintsville, Ky. clinic with little to no ex- amination of his patients. Dr. Albert pled guilty last summer to federal charges of conspiring to illegally distribute and dispense controlled sub- stances. Keep Kentucky Kids Safe Awareness and educa- tion continue to be key components of our el- tion drug abuse. Since I launched the Keep Ken- tucky Kids Safe program in 2010 with concerned parents, state partners and law enforcement agencies, I've warned more than 15,000 middle and high school students across the state about the dangers of abusing prescription pills. We are also listening to what students have to say about this issue through our annual Keep Kentucky Kids Safe video public service announce- ment (PSA) contest. Please encourage amid- dle or high school stu- dent in your life to create a 30-second video PSA and enter it into our com- petition by Dec. 7, 2012. The winner will receive an Apple iPad. Details are available at http:// Finally, if you haven't already done so, please make sure to lock-up and monitor prescrip- tion medications in the home and safely dispose of unneeded medications through drop boxes or take,back events. Working together, we can win the war against prescription drug abuse. The Men @Mnifee Elementary School Tickets: $10 & $5 Phone: 76-8009 Friday, Nov.30th@ 7pro Sunday, Dec.2nd@2pm Friday, Dec.7th@8:30pm Presented by special arrangement with The Dramatic PublisMng Corn _lny , Woodstock, minois. TWO DAY ESTATE AUCTION Antiques Collectables Lamps Chandeliers Decorative Items Furnishings Location: 3400 Indian Mound Dr. Clay Community Center Mt. Sterling, KY This will be a fascinating aLiction to settle the Estate of the Reverend Wardie Craft and wife Hazel Bach Craft of West Liberty, KY. The Crafts were the founders of the Memory Hill Foundation, where they raised and educated a large number of foster children throughout their lifetime. J 5:00 PM, Thursday, November 15 th Doors Open for Inspection at 2:00 PM 10:00 AM, Saturday, November 17 th Doors Open for Inspection at 8:00 AWl Visit for pictorial previews, descriptions and terms. Amish Shop Now Open E & E Metal Roofing& Siding 661 Mt. Sterling Rd.(Tilton Id.) Flemingsburg, KY 41041 We make roofing to your length 15 dill.colors,28 and 29 gauge,#1 40 year warranty at $1.85 L/F. #1 Galvalume 1.50 L/F All trims to your needs, made in our shop. Plus nails and screws. Ph. 1-606-849-8620 Leave a message, we'll get back to you as soon as we can. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION I ACTION NO. 12-CI-90096 JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION PI,AINTIFF VS: NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE SANDRA SMITH DEFENI)ANTS JEFFERSON SMITH By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on 17 august 2012, tn raise the sum of $72,758.02, interest, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, 10 November 2012, at the hour of 12:00 p.m., the following described property: A certain tract of land, situated in Bath County, Kentucky, on Kentucky Highway 211 and on Salt Lick Creek, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at an iron pin on the East side of Highway 211 and the North side of Justice roadq'ay; thence N 26 deg. 38' 17.9" W 22.77 feet to an iron pin; thence N 19 deg. 31' 47.4" W 49.82 feet to an iron'pin; thence N 16 deg. 22' 52.0" W 57.40 feet to an iron pin; thence N 15 deg. 11' 56.1" W 69.62 feet to an iron pin; thence N 84 deg. 40' 0.90" E 30000 feet to an iron pin; thence N 85 deg. 50' 23.1" E 150.00 feet to an iron pin; thence S 17 deg. 51' 31.4" E 200.00 feet to an iron pin; thence S 83 deg. 11' 10.3" W 136.45 feet to an iron pin; thence S 85 deg. 58' 0.69" W 31355 feet to an iron pin at the beginning point, being 2.03 (two and three-hundredths acres, more or less. Included is a 28x66 Skylight Mobile Home, VIN # 17380745MAB Property Address: 1668 South Highway 211, Salt Lick, KY, 40371 Parcel Number: 076-00-00-008.02 Subject to all restrictions, conditions and covenants and to all legal highways and easements. Commonly known as: 1668 South Highway 211, Salt Lick, KY 40371 Being the same property conveyed to Jefferson Smith and Sandra Smith, no marital status shown who acquired title, with rights of survivorship, by virtue of a deed from Ruey Justice and ]etta Justice, husband and wife, dated November 1, 1999, filed November 1, 1999, recorded in Deed Book 192, Page 74, County Clerks Office, Bath County, Kentucky This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easements, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath County Clerk. The terms of the sale shall be ten (10%) per cent cash or check at the time of sale and the balance on credit of thirty (30) days with privilege of the successful pay in full at the time of sale. The successful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest at the rate of twelve (12%) per annum from date of sale until paid, which bond shall have the full force and effect of a Judgment and should execution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be al- lowed. A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. Hon. Earl Rogers III Master Commissioner Bath Circuit Court Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 10.24, 11.1, 6" II.7