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date (2012-09-13) newspaper_issue NEWSPAPER IN     EDUCATION PROGRAM   PAGES 10 11      Hector Curry  4  just started the preschool  program at Adair County Elementary School  shortly before his death     Tragedy strikes local family    Two four year olds die in mobile home fire     Hayden Oseguera Pantian    Tragedy struck a local family over the week   end when two four year olds were killed in a  mobile home fire    Juan Oseguera and his family celebrated a  birthday on Saturday afternoon at their home on  Short Street in Russell Springs  Hector Curry  4   stayed after the party and was playing in the rear  bedroom of the mobile home with Oseguera s  four year old son Hayden Oseguera Paxtian  when the fire occurred    A fuse box in the room where Hayden and  Hector were playing apparently caught fire just  after 9 p m  Family and friends were unable to  enter the room were Hayden and Hector were  located    The Osequera family  neighbors  firefighters   police officers and sheriff deputies tried getting  into the room but were too late    Hayden and Hector both died due to smoke  inhalation  according to a preliminary autopsy  report  The cause of the fire was reported as  electrical    Hayden was the son of Juan Matias Oseguera   Mandujano and Maria C  Paxtian Fiscal of Rus   sell Springs      Hector was so  energetic  always  had a smile on  his face       Instructional Assistant BJ Kinnett   Hector was the son of Randy Curry and Rosa  Lopez  of Columbia    Curry was a preschool student at Adair County  Elementary School and had only recently begun  the program    ACES Principal Robbie Harmon said the en   tire school is heartbroken     From the ACES Family we would just like to  say that our hearts are broken with this tragedy     Harmon said   Our thoughts and prayers now go   See Two  page 2    Hospital tax recall  petition is successful   A petition to recall a proposed hospital tax received  enough signatures to put the tax on hold until at least  2014    County Clerk Sheila Blair finished certifying the pe   tition Tuesday afternoon  reporting that 780 signatures  were accepted  Petitioners needed 755 qualified signa   tures to stop the proposed tax until it can be put on the  ballot for voters to decide whether it should be ap   proved     See Hospital tax  page 8    Court sets tax rate   approves others   The fiscal court has approved a tax rate to generate  the same revenue as last year  While the court had the  option to increase the rate by 4 percent without a re   call  members made a commitment to operate at the  current financial level and approved the compensat   ing rate    The court held a special called meeting last  See Court okays  page 3    Homeplace hosts  annual fall festival    The annual  Homeplace  Fall Heritage  Festival was  full of car   riage rides   good food   face paint   ing  arts and  crafts and  more  Kaylyn  Smith  8  en   joyed the  face paint   ing  More  photos can  be found on  back page      LUVC freshman dies in car accident    Less than a month after the fall semester at Lind   sey Wilson College began  the school is mourning  the loss of one of its freshmen students    Caleb Capps  18  of Edmonton  was killed in a car  accident last week in Knifley    Capps had only been at Lindsey for a short time  but he had already made a big impression    Caleb s resident assistant Charlie Gibson said  while Capps was a very outgoing student  the qual   ities that stuck out the most was his honesty and  respect     One night  he broke curfew    Gibson said   As  his RA  I had to say something to him about it  but  before I had a chance to  he came up to me and  said  T m sorry  I know what I did was wrong  and  I m here to accept my punishment   That really sur   prised me  caught me off guard  Nobody ever    See LWC  back page     Caleb   Capps 18  of  Edmonton   was a   freshman at  Lindsey  Wilson  Capps  was killed in a  car accident  late Thursday  night in  Knifley     EMS director honored at retirement reception    Terry Akin is known for encouraging peo   ple to leave a place better than it was when  they got there    He has achieved that and more as direc   tor of the Adair County Ambulance Service    Akin just retired after 37 years at Adair  County EMS  His family  co workers and  friends joined together Sunday to honor  him and have a few laughs at his expense  during a retirement reception    Co workers expressed their respect for  the leadership Akin has provided as man   ager of the ambulance service for the past  15 years  Office manager Valeria Bault said  Akin allowed employees to put family first  but also ran a tight ship    Calling him  conservative    Bault remi   nisced about Akin s fiscal restraint  He  keeps the temperature in the bay where am   bulances are parked at 55 degrees during   See EMS  page 2     The drive into the EMS building is now known as  Terry s Way    in honor  of retiring EMS director Terry Akin  Akin  right   was presented the road  sign by the new EMS assistant director  David Taylor     Animal shelter will require spay  neutering before adoption    Anyone wishing to adopt a pet from  the local animal shelter will soon be re   quired to have the animal spayed or  neutered before taking it home    The fiscal court voted Tuesday night  to establish the new policy at the re   quest of the Green River Animal Wel   fare League    The court originally heard the re   quest last month but tabled any deci   sion until local veterinarians could be  polled to see what they would charge  for spay and neutering services  Three  veterinarians responded and magis     trates were given their offers without  the name of the animal clinic being  identified    Magistrates vote to tentatively accept  an offer that included  62 to spay or   45 to neuter a dog and  45 to spay or   25 to neuter a cat    The court discussed a request to dis   count its current adoption fee but  noted that the county is already con   tributing money to operate the shelter    The adoption fees are currently  50  for dogs and  30 for cats  That fee will  be added to the spay and neuter fees     which means a female dog will cost   112 to adopt  a male dog will cost  95   a female cat will cost  75 and a male  cat will cost  55 to adopt    The county will now finalize an  agreement with the veterinarian and  County Judge Executive Ann Melton  said the new policy would take place  sometime after Oct  15    Shelter manager Sandy Ford voiced  concern that adoptions numbers would  drop if fees exceeded  100    See No Action  page 3    270 384 9454    WWW ACCVONLINE COM    P O  BOX 159   316 PUBLIC SQUARE    E MAIL  ACCVNEWS ACCVONLINE COM                                                                Page 2 September 13  2012 Adair County Community Voice   Two four year olds die in mobile home fire    Continued from front page   to Hector s father and  mother  family and  friends      B J  Kinnett  an instruc   tional assistant in Joyce  Nuckolls  preschool class   room  said Hector was a  sweet boy     Hector was so energetic   always had a smile on his  face and was always ready  for some fun    Kinnett said    His smile was amazing      Harmon said parents  could contact the school if  they would like the staff to  talk with a student     The death of a student is  never easy and it is espe   cially hard on the class   mates and peers    Harmon  said in a letter to parents    We will do anything in our  power to help students  grieve and help them  through this difficult time   Hector will be missed  dearly and will always hold    a special place in our  hearts      Funeral services were  held yesterday for both  Hayden and Hector at the  high school gymnasium   School was also dismissed  for the day in honor of both  children     Any time we lose a stu   dent  it is always a very  emotional time for students  and faculty    said Superin   tendent Alan Reed   The  situation surrounding the  deaths of Hector and Hay   den is particularly upset   ting  and all of Adair County  grieves for the boys and  their families  I join Mr   Harmon along with the fac   ulty and students at ACES  who are among some of the  most impacted      Complete obituary infor   mation can be found on  page 13    By Allison Cross Hollon  allison accvonline com    Always in our hearts      Hector Aaron Curry  our preschool buddy    Our Little Buddy   He came to us on a Tuesday morning    His eyes so bright and his brain so open    He s going to learn his ABC s    And how to count    1 2  3    He melted hearts with his big ole smile    How we wish we could have kept him for more than awhile    He left us on a September day    While he and a friend were hard at play    When we look to the sky on a moon lit night    A star will shine just a little more bright    We will look and say to ourselves    I do believe it s our little buddy    Written with love by Kathy Tucker   EMS director honored at retirement reception     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David Taylor    It was Taylor who pointed  out that Akin told him to      8  PI   SQWMa   to Use on 1 st Prescription  or first transfer     Clip this coupon    NATION S m MEDICINES     low cost SP vmmtmm     _i    leave a place better than it  was before he got there   Taylor also presented a  road sign to Akin after de   scribing how Akin has a  tendency to say there are  two ways to do something    the wrong way and Terry s  way      The  Terry s Way   sign is  going up this week at the    entrance of the EMS build   ing on Westlake Drive    Akin  or nine o two to his  co workers  received a  shadow box encasing his  badge and nameplate  a  plaque and a number of  gifts during the reception    Akin said he is fortunate  to be able to have the job he  has had  to have his family    and his health  He said he is  confident he is leaving the  ambulance service in good  hands     I don t have any doubt in  my mind that we re in good  shape    he said    By Sharon Burton  snburton duo county com     Terry Akin  who retired as EMS director Aug  31  enjoyed a reception in his honor  with his family  daughters Laura  left  and Stephanie  and his wife Luanna     Building Confidence  Since 1866      Debbie Selby  Loan Clerk  15 years  Jamie  Kenyon  Loan Processor  7 months  Kim Janes   Loan Processor  7 months  and Gina Baker   Loan Administration  11 years     Michelle Powell  Loan Review  6 years  Chris  Quinn  CEO  7 years  and Michelle Moore   Compliance Officer  8 years     Bank of  Columbia   Building Tomorrow    Today       270 384 6433    www bankcolumbia com     FDiC    1st    Our Bank of Columbia employees  from each and  every department  are here to serve our number one  reason that we are still in business today      OUR CUSTOMERS     Jane Hardwick  Loan Operations  16 years  Debbie Gist  Loan  Operations  9 years  Kelly Herron  Loan Operations Proof  6  years  and Bobbie Ford  Loan Operations  17 years     Come in  today and  see what  all we have  to offer                                                    270 384 9454    Adair County Community Voice September 13  2012 Page 3    City approves tax hike    The city of Columbia has  approved a 4 percent tax in   crease    One public hearing and  two special called meetings  were held as part of the  process to approve the new  rate    No comments were pre   sented from the public dur   ing the hearing  On  Tuesday  the council held its  final special called meeting  and unanimously approved  the new rate  Council mem    Court okays    ber Tony Grider was not  present for the meeting    The increase is the highest  a local government entity  can propose without being  subject to a recall    The 2011 tax rate was   2542  25 42 cents per  100  assessment   which pro   duced revenue of  439 659   The new rate for 2012 is   2625  which will produce  revenue of  453 718    Revenue from new prop   erty and personal property    at  2625 will generate   88 000    Council members Craig  Dean  Linda Waggener   Robert Flowers  June Par   son and Jim Hadley were  present for Tuesday s spe   cial called meeting  Approv   ing the second reading of  the tax rate was the only  item on the agenda    By Sharon Burton  snburton duo county com    special district tax rates    Continued from front page   Wednesday to consider tax  rates  It also approved rates  for special districts with the  exception of the hospital  district  which was held  over until this week s regu   lar meeting    All taxing districts except  the school district either  kept the same rate as last    year or approved the com   pensating rate  which is de   termined by a formula to  generate the same revenue  as the previous year  Rev   enue fluctuates based on  property values    The library  public health  and ambulance districts all  kept the same rate as the  previous year  The exten   sion and soil conservation    districts approved the com   pensating rate    Only the school district  approved a rate over the  compensating rate  which  required public notices and  a public hearing  The dis   trict approved a 4 percent  increase    Rates are listed below    By Sharon Burton  snburton duo county com    Entity   Real Property   Tangible   Motor Vehicle   Watercraft   Adair County   General    12 3   16 62   11 2   11 2   Library District   5 1   8 18   3 68   3 68   Extension   District   3 9   6 15   2 9   2 9   Soil   Conservation   District   1 6      Public Health  District   3   3   3   3   Adair County  Ambulance   3 8   3 8   8   8   Adair County  School District   47 9   47 9   56 3   56 3   Fire Protection     02 per acre      Bank Franchise    25 percent       Tax rates expressed in cents per  100 of value    TEEN NIGHT    at Lindsey Wilson College s Doris and Bob Holloway   Health and Wellness Center    Saturday   Sept  22 th   7 p m  11 p m     Open Basketball    3 on 3 Tourney  Open Volleyball     FREE TO MEMBERS    5 for Non members  Ages 12   up    Enjoy a safe  fun filled evening at the  Health and Wellness Center             For more information  contact  hwc   lindsey edu  or call 384 7380    No action taken on  courthouse sixes issue    Continued from front page   In August  the animal  shelter took in 95 animals   adopted seven  sent 12 to  rescues  and euthanized 77   In July  the shelter took in  129 cats and dogs  Nine  were adopted and 11 res   cued  with 122 being euth   anized    NO ACTION TAKEN   ON COURTHOUSE  SIXES   Pastor Troy Strange re   turned for the second time  in two months to the fiscal  court meeting to see if  wrought iron on top of the  courthouse could be re   moved    The railing has long been  the topic of conversation  because it appears to be  what some people believe  are three subsequent sixes  on each side of the court   house  a number that rep   resents evil    Strange said God has  placed it on his heart to get  the railing removed     You can t prove it s not  sixes and I can t prove they  are    he said    Members of a local her   itage association warn that  changes can t take place to  the historic courthouse  without approval from the  Historic Registry  where  the building is listed    Several magistrates  stated they do not believe    the railing looks like sixes   Judge Melton agreed but  said she if the majority of  the people in the county  are offended by the  wrought iron the court  should consider its op   tions  She encouraged peo   ple to let their magistrates  know how they feel about  the issue    Melton also plans to talk  with officials with the His   toric Registry to see if the  railing could be changed  If  changes are made to the  courthouse without prior  approval the county could  be required to refund a  previous grant used to  make improvements to the  courthouse    COURT REFUSES   BUDGET CHANGE  FOR COUNTY CLERK   County Clerk Sheila Blair  asked the court to approve  budget transfers that  would allow her to increase  funds for part time help    Blair asked to move the  funds from areas within  her own budget  such as  travel expense  but magis   trates voted five to two  against the proposal    Blair was asked several  questions about her part   time workers and over   time  and how her staff  funds are determined   Blair was asking for  enough funds to use each  of her three part time em     ployees one day a week  In  addition  she said she was  over budget for part time  help for  1940 through Au   gust    The court voted against  the motion to transfer the  requested funds  Magis   trates Daryl Flatt  Billy Cof   fey  Joe Rogers  Billy Rowe  and Harold Burton voted  no  Sammy Baker and  Perry Reeder voted yes    The court then approved  a motion to allow Blair to  transfer enough to cover  the part time already spent   The  1940 will be moved  from travel expenses into  salaries    Also during Tuesday  night s court meeting   magistrates voted to move  Charlie Crawhorn to direc   tor at parks and recreation  and to hire Ricky Roy part  time at  8 an hour    Judge Melton told mag   istrates that land from  Lynn McLean that had  been deeded to the state for  a right of way then to the  county had been deeded  incorrectly and the state  had ended up with more  property than it was sup   posed to  The court voted  to deed the property back  to the state so that the state  could correct the error    By Sharon Burton  snburton duo county com    SUBSCRIBE OR AOVERTISE  Call 384 9454    I    iL    I   ELECT    Judy   Vance    CIRCUIT JUDGE     1   l   9    b    To the voters of Adair County    As election time draws near  I wanted to take the opportunity to introduce  myself and my family to all of you  I am a candidate for Circuit Judge in  Adair and Casey counties  which is on the ballot this November    I am an Adair County native  and a graduate of Adair County High  School and Lindsey Wilson College  Upon graduation from law school  I  returned home to Adair County to work and raise my family  Being raised  on a farm in Glensfork myself  I knew that I wanted my children to grow up  in a similar environment  enjoying life in the country and growing up in a  small town    Patrick and I have been married for 17 years  and we have been blessed  with three daughters  Courtney is 9 years old and is in the fourth grade at  John Adair Intermediate School  Kaylee is 4 years old and is in preschool at  Colonel William Casey Elementary  Chloe has just celebrated her second  birthday    Patrick and I are active members of the Glensfork United Methodist  Church    Upon graduation from law school  I fortunately had the opportunity to  work as a law clerk with our late Circuit Judge  James G  Weddle  Through  this experience  I learned about the legal system from a judge s perspective   taking note of the fact that each case is unique and deserving of the court s  time    I next worked as the Assistant Commonwealth s Attorney for Adair and  Casey Counties  prosecuting felony cases and presenting cases to the grand  jury  I quickly learned the nobility of a prosecutor s position  through  seeking justice for victims of crime and helping to keep our community safe    After four years at the Commonwealth s Attorney s office  I decided to go  into private practice  and I am now in my seventh year of doing that   During this time  I have handled many different types of cases  including  divorce  custody  criminal defense  civil litigation  bankruptcy  debt  collection  personal injury  and land disputes  I have also spent a countless  number of hours serving as an advocate for children in neglect and abuse  cases in our court system    As the November election approaches  I will be meeting with many of you  to personally ask for your vote  However  with two counties to cover  it will  not be possible for me to see everyone  When you go vote  I am asking you  to consider my experience with all types of cases that come before the  Circuit Court  my commitment to preserving family values  and my desire  to serve the people of Adair County and Casey County by providing a fair  and impartial courtroom  Thank you for your time and consideration     Paid for by the committee to Elect Judy D  Vance Circuit                                                                                                                                       Page 4 September 13  2012    Truth will prevail     For there is nothing covered that   shall not be revealed    neither hid that shall not be known    Luke 12 2    Sharon Burton   Publisher and Owner    Adair County Community Voice  P O  Box 159  316 Public Square  Columbia  KY 42728  270 384 9454  Fax  270 384 9343   NEWS ROOM   accvn e ws   accvo nline com   VOICE STAFF   Sharon Burton  Publisher  Editor  snburton duo county com   Allison Cross Hollon  Assistant Editor  allison accvonline com   Mindy Yarberry  General Manager  voiceads duo county com   Christy Marr   Sales and Marketing Specialist  christy accvonline com   Diane Neat  Accounting   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Oseguera Paxtian  both only  four years old  died in a mobile    home fire in Russell Springs    Tragedies like these affect a  whole community  but for the  most part we can only imagine  the pain the families must feel   Our prayers go out to those  families and close friends as  they suffer the loss of these  young lives        One Voice    Sharon Burton    Terry Akin sets high standard    A wonderful reception was  held Sunday for Terry Akin   who retired after 37 years of  service at the ambulance dis   trict    Akin s co workers voiced  their respect for him and took  the opportunity to show the  humor that comes with such a  stressful job    Akin took some jabs about his  love for the Andy Griffith show  and a few phrases he is known  to say    For instance  if Akin thinks he  needs to drive home a point  he  will say in a slow  drawn out  way   helllloooooo  ding  ding      That means   think before  you do something    Akin  pointed out at the reception    Another famous Terry Akin  quote is   What I m trying to say  is      then he says what he is try   ing to say  or at least he tries to    While co workers and friends  had some fun at Terry s ex   pense  they also recognized  something the whole commu   nity should recognize  Office  manager Valeria Bault called it    Akin s  conservative   nature  I  think it would be more appro   priate to call him a tightwad    And I consider that a huge  compliment    Akin has been tight with the  public s money  and that s a  standard I d love to see more  often in public service  As the  economy has slowed and tax  dollars are harder to come by   everyone in government is  tightening the belt  The ambu   lance service belt was never  loose  at least not under the  watchful eye of Terry Akin    In fact  the only criticism I ve  heard about the ambulance ser   vice s finances came because  they were continually having  more than  1 million in carry   over revenue from year to year    Funny how that turned out to  be a good thing when the econ   omy went sour    There is absolutely nothing  wrong with being a penny  pincher unless you are sacrific   ing quality at the same time   Obviously that has never been  the case at EMS  Our ambu     lance service is something to be  proud of  providing advanced  life support through teams of  professional paramedics and  EMTs    Richard Walker quipped re   cently at a meeting about the  hospital that he recalls estab   lishing the ambulance service  as a taxing district while he was  county judge  Walker said he  was not apologizing for that de   cision  and rightly so    There s a reason he can still  be proud of that choice  and it  has a whole lot to do with the  management of Terry Akin  It s  easy to be proud of a taxing dis   trict that has been operated  properly  Our ambulance serv   ice has been able to save lives  and do its job with a responsible  budget    In his honor  well  what I m  trying to say is    Akin has set a  standard for fiscal responsibil   ity through good times and  hard times  Our community  owes him a special thank you  for his service       Buzz Around Town   By Mindy Yarberry _     We welcome  your   comments   and   suggestions    SEND YOUR  LETTERS TO    Adair County  Community Voice  P O  Box 159  Columbia  KY 42728  or snburton duo county com   Letters to the editor must be original and include  the name  address and daytime telephone number  of the writer  The editor reserves the right to con   dense and or reject any letter and to limit frequent  writers  The opinions expressed in the letters to the  editor and other editorials are those of the writers  and do not reflect the views of the Adair County  Community Voice     How to contact  local officials   U S  Congress   Sen  Rand Paul  202 224 4343  Bowling Green office  270 782 8303  Website  http   paul senate gov   Sen  Mitch McConnell  202 225 2541  Email  senator mcconnell senate gov  Website  mcconnell senate gov   Rep  Ed Whitfield  202 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Hadley  250 2310    I love to hear my children tell me what they want to be when they grow up  Macy wants to help  animals  Cy has wanted to be a firefighter  a scientist  a zookeeper  and a teacher  I think he could  be a great lawyer because he can argue his point with the best of them  I admire that he has said  that he would like to teach because you have to have a real talent to be a teacher  I am amazed at  the things he already knows and he is just in second grade  Teachers don t stop working after the  school day is over  Many stay late to prepare their classroom for days to come  and help with other  school activities like sports  band and academic teams  Thank you Adair County teachers for prepar   ing students for the future  I asked these four Col  Wm  Casey second grade students in Marsha Hix   son s classroom this question   If you could be a teacher for the day  what would you do        Kalli Bailey     I would make the  students do work  and then give them  a break         I would make them  do science and then  play on the play   ground         I would make the  students take lots of  tests         I would let the kids  play on the play   ground all day       Adair County Board of Education   Superintendent Alan Reed    384 2476   Board Members   Floyd Burton  Chairman  384 5255  Marsha Walker  384 2243  Mike Harris  384 2165  Bro  Joseph Payne  384 3582  Rebecca Turner     The Big Voice  in the Little  Corner   The Adair County Community  Voice office is located in the corner of  the public square in the alleyway next  to the former Loy s Department  Store    Bring us your items to run in the  next issue of The Voice                             270 384 9454    Adair County Community Voice September 13  2012 Page 5    Community Calendar      HAM BREAKFAST   The Hood Lodge No  839  is having its ham breakfast  at 8 a m  on Saturday  Sept   15  Donations will be taken      SINGING   God s Praise will sing at  Tabor Community Church  on Sunday  Sept  16 at 6  p m  Everyone is invited to  attend      SINGING   The Blakey s will sing at  Bear Wallow United  Methodist Church on Lib   erty Road on Sunday  Sept   16 at 6 30 p m  Everyone is  invited      SINGING   The 4Ever Praise gospel  group from Alabama will  sing at Harrods Fork Bap   tist Church on Sunday   Sept  16 at 10 30 a m   Everyone is invited to at   tend      BENEFIT   There will be a benefit for  Tim Roy on Saturday  Sept   22 at Trinity Life Center on  Hwy  55  Roy has been in a  wheelchair all of his life be   cause of cerebral palsy  All  proceeds are going for a  medical procedure that he  needs and his health insur   ance will not pay for    Food will be served at 5  p m  and the auction will  begin at 6 p m    Donations for the auction  will be accepted at Commu   nity Medical Services  Call  Stacey Wilson at 250 4798  or Linda Roy at 634 0809   All donations will be greatly  appreciated      SINGING   The highly popular south   ern gospel group The Kings   men will sing at Egypt  Christian Church on Sun   day  Sept  23 at 6 30 p m  A  love offering will be ac   cepted  Bro  Paul Patton  and congregation invite  everyone to attend       CAMP MEETING   Flatwoods Separate Bap   tist Church will hold its 19th  annual Camp Meeting on  Sept  28 30  The church is  located on Hwy  61  five  miles south of Columbia    There will be 10 a m   1 30  p m  and 6 30 p m  worship  services each day  On Fri   day  Bros  Owen Parrish   Clifton Cowan and Timmy  Shirley will speak  On Sat   urday  Bros  Richard  Lehman  Drew Estes and  Jamie Bryant will speak  On  Sunday  Bros  Travis Kelt   ner  Roger Peak and Mickey  Pruitt will speak    There will be special  singings every night at 6 30  p m  Friendship Independ   ent Baptist Church will sing  on Sept  28  Haven Bound  Gospel Singers featuring  Matt Brown will sing on  Sept  29 and The Living  Prayer featuring Kayla  Reece will sing on Sept  30   Lunch and supper served  each day      MELSON SCHOOL  REUNION   The annual Melson Ridge  School reunion will be held  on Saturday  Sept  29 at 2  p m  at the old school  grounds  Please bring a cov   ered dish and any old school  pictures      FUN RUN   The Adair County 4 H  Council is sponsoring a Fun  Run on Saturday  Oct  6   The run is called 4 Miles  and 4 Hills for 4 H  All pro   ceeds go to support 4 H  programs    The race will begin at the  fairgrounds  Registration  starts at 7 a m  Pre registra   tion entry fee is  20 by  Sept  21  After Sept  21  the  registration fee is  25  Reg   istration forms can be  picked up at the Adair  County Cooperative Exten   sion Service or contact Tony  Rose at 384 2317      SARAH S 5K    The SWAT Relay for Life  team is hosting the 3rd an   nual Sarah s 5K run  The  even is Sunday  Oct  7 at 3  p m  beginning at 1070 Bull  Run Ln   Columbia  Regis   tration starts at 2 30 p m    10 registration fee  3 1  miles along Bull Run Lane   Walkers Welcome      FAMILY REUNION   The Foster family reunion  will be on Sunday Oct  14 at  the Russell County Deer  Club on Bubba Flanagan  Road in Russell Springs   Lunch will be served at  noon  Please bring a cov   ered dish  Everyone is in   vited  For more  information  call Peggy or  Ron Wooley at 384 2862     RETIREES   MEETING   The Lake Cumberland  District Chapter of Ken   tucky Public Retirees will  meet on Monday  Oct  15 at  11 a m  at Lindsey Wilson  Cranmer Dining Center   Guest speaker will be Todd  Hollenback  state treasurer    All state and county re   tirees and soon to be re   tirees are cordially invited   Mark your calendars now      AEROBICS   Aerobics are held each  Tuesday and Thursday from  4 45 5 45 p m  at the Jim  Blair Community and  Recreation Center  LeeAnn  Jessee teaches the class and  the cost is  2 for each class     JOURNEY  MINISTRY   Journey  a Christ cen   tered ministry for single  adults  never married  di   vorced or widowed   ages 30  and over has been launched  for the community  The  purpose of Journey is to  provide a place for individ   uals to grow in their rela   tionship with God    Regular meetings will be  held on the first Friday  night of each month  time    and place may vary  and on  the second  third and fourth  Friday nights of each month  at 7 p m  There will be Bib   lical topical discussions at  the Hillside Student Center  at 3Trees Church  There will  be no meetings on the fifth  Friday of the month  For  more information  call 250   1379      SELF DEFENSE  CLASSES   There will be free self de   fense classes on Monday  nights at 6 30 p m  located  at Trinity United Methodist  Church Family Life Center   Open to the public  For  more information  call 384   3259       WATER DISTRICT   The Adair County Water  District meets the second  Thursday of each month at  6 p m  at the water office on  Grant Lane      SCHOOL BOARD   The Adair County School  Board meets every third  Tuesday of each month at 7  p m  in the central office      HOSPITAL BOARD   The hospital board meets  the last Tuesday of each  month at 6 30 p m  at West   lake Hospital      VETERANS  REPRESENTATIVE  MOVES TO LIBRARY   The Veterans Representa   tive Sephen Buford will no  longer see veterans in the  basement of the annex  ef   fective immediately  He will  now be available at the  Adair County Public Library  basement  His hours are the  second Tuesday in every  month at 8 30 a m     Call 384 9454 to  report your news  items    Social Seniors Club   The Social Seniors Club is a group of senior citizens who will meet twice a month to learn about all  aspects of the Internet  Kelli Smith Claypool has partnered with the Adair County Library  which has provided   a location for the group to meet on the first and third Thursday of  each month    The club members will learn the fundamentals of the Internet  in   cluding how to demonstrations  safety measures  privacy  social net   works  Skype and email    There will be a  1 charge for each class  At the end of the month   the group will decide where to spend the money  either donate it or  use it to socialize over coffee  Call 384 2472 to pre register    www  socialseniorsclub  com     Corbin Hobaugh to wed     Tamara Lorena Corbin and  William George Hobaugh III   Tommy and Delaine Corbin are proud to announce the  upcoming marriage of their daughter  Tamara Lorena  Corbin  to William George Hobaugh III    Tamara is a 2009 graduate of Adair County High  School and is currently a nursing student at Lindsey Wil   son College pursuing a BA degree in nursing  William is  the son of William and Leila Hobaugh  William is a 2012  graduate of Somerset Community College with an Asso   ciates of Applied Science degree    The wedding will take place on Saturday  Sept  22 at 6  p m  at the home of the couple     Plum Point Church  sponsors  Bug Run for the  Mary McGuffin  Family   On Saturday  Sept  15 there will be a bug run be   ginning at 10 a m  in support of the McGuffin fam   ily who recently lost their home in a fire  Entry fee  is  15 per bike  It will begin at Rex s Cycle Shop  on Hwy  55  Ride ends at Plum Point Church   Lunch will be provided  drawing for door prizes and  a small auction  Proceeds will go towards house   hold items  Call Roger Burton at 384 5427 for  questions       ADAIR AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY   411 Campbellsville Street   AUTO PARTS Columbia  Ky  42728   384 2141    DuraBu     Portal            il       mi    3rC     10x16 Painted Lofted Barn    2 495    uah  WfO OlMlf  NO CRtOlT CHECK     10x16   Vinyl Garden  Shed     2 315     10x16 Treated Lofted Bam    2 395    S f   cl   1 pricing f ora  knitted time only     Now at our new location on Campbellsville Road  right across from Day and Day Feed   Pet   Call 270 405 6837                                                                 Page 6 September 13  2012 Adair County Community Voice     _            FALL SPORTS SERIES    ACMS Football    v sS 1         Isaac Carter  8th Grade    Cole Cooper  8th Grade    Jacob Doss  8th Grade    Dylan Feese  8th Grade    Anthony Gardner  8th Grade    Andrew Gayde  8th Grade     mm     Lonnie Grant  8th Grade    Landon Herren  8th Grade    Jaocb Higgins  8th Grade     Brady Hixson Kyron Jones   8th Grade 8th Grade     Cameron Lasley  8th Grade     Jordan Lasley Conway Loy Chance Melton Joseph Sanchez Zach Smith Parker Staten   8th Grade 8th Grade 8th Grade 8th Grade 8th Grade 8th Grade     Austin Arnold Brady Baker Jacob Campbell Preston Cappiello Mason Carter Jonathan Croghan   7th Grade 7th Grade 7th Grade 7th Grade 7th Grade 7th Grade     Trey Jones  7th Grade    Corey Melton  7th Grade    Justin Miller  7th Grade    Justin Price  7th Grade    Dillion Graves  7th Grade    Hunter Cundiff  7th Grade      Grant Robertson  7th Grade    Bryant Smith  7th Grade    Tyler Smith  7th Grade    Derek Willis  7th Grade    Not Pictured   Coach John Peck  8th grader Colin Curry  and 7th graders Thomas Graves  and Tate Walkup      ALL DAY BUFFET   10 30 a m    9 p m       SEAFOOD BUFFET  mj THU   FRI      SAT  NIGHTS    TRAY S GARDEN      Delicious  Chinese Food    Eat In 81 Take Out    CHINESE RESTAURANT   960 Jamestown St   Columbia  KY 42728    270  384 2838    r    We proudly salute  Zachary Smith and the  Adair County Middle School  Football team    EGYPT CONSTRUCTION  COMPANY  INC    4218 Knifley Road   Columbia  Kentucky   384 2517     X   Ufa pt jad u yvuJ                                                                                                                                                              270 384 9454    Sports    Adair County Community Voice September 13  2012 Page 7    Indians dominate Breckinridge      Senior running back Derek Grant comes of the aid of junior defensive lineman  Gerard Smith against Breckinridge s offense  Grant score two touchdowns during  the game     The Adair County  Indians football team has  been rolling on both offense  and defense of late  With a  49 0 win over Breckinridge  County last week  Adair has  scored 48 or more points  and their varsity defense  has not allowed a single  score in the last three  games    Offensive coordinator  James Bryant said Adair s  offensive line improving     Our line has been get   ting to our assignments a  lot better as far as getting to  the blocks and sustaining  them    Bryant said   We re  not perfect at what we do   but we are getting better  At  the beginning of the year   we weren t too bad at get   ting to blocks  but we    weren t sustaining them   That type of improvement  on our o line has been a big  part of our offensive pro   duction      Against Breckinridge   Adair s offense was led by  junior quarterback Jake  Hixson and senior running  back Derek Grant  Grant  rushed for 130 yards and  two touchdowns on 10  attempts and also recorded  two receptions for 35 yards  and a touchdown    On his end  Hixson com   pleted 80 percent of his  passes for 69 yards and a  touchdown and rushed for  68 yards on seven attempts    Adair s defense was led  by two interceptions  one  each from seniors Alex  Nickerson and Emory    49 0   Bishop  who returned his  for a touchdown    Even Adair s special  teams unit was impressive  last Friday  Nickerson   Adair s kickoff specialist   had four touchbacks for the  game  forcing Breckinridge  to start on their own 20   yard line     When the other team  has to drive 80 yards     Bryant said   the percent   age of times the other team  scores is very low      Adair s next game is this  Friday night  when they will  travel to Hart County to  play the 2 2 Raiders    By John Overby  Sports Writer    Girls golf finishes third in tourney    Ashley  Goodin  earned the  honors of  fourth place  in the  Heartland  Conference  Tournament  Champion  with a score  of 81      The Adair County girls golf team  placed third in the Heartland  Conference Tournament on Tuesday  with a score of 406    The event took place at the Lincoln  Homestead State Park in Springfield   Green County took first place after  coming off of the Class A state champi   onship on the same course over the  weekend  They defeated Taylor County  after using the 5th golfers  score to  break a tie  Individual honors went to  Ellen Kehoe of Taylor County shooting  a 3 under 69    Adair County s Ashley Goodin  placed fourth overall with a score of 81  and made the All Heartland Team   Other scores include Rachel Phipps  with 102  Abby Royse with 109 and  Hailey Taylor with 114     Lwc Sports    LWC volleyball extends winning streak    Nearly everything went  right on the court for fresh   man Courtney Doyle  Tuesday night as her  Lindsey Wilson College  volleyball team took apart  St  Catharine 3 0  25 12   25   15   25 20  in Biggers  Sports Center    Doyle was unstoppable  on the attack  The  Murrietta  Calif   native  posted 17 kills on 19 swings  for a  842 hitting percent   age that helped the Blue  Raiders shutout the visit   ing Patriots    The win is Lindsey  Wilson s sixth straight as it  improves to 8 6 overall  and 2 0 in Mid South  Conference play  St   Catharine falls to 4 10 on  the season and 0 2 against  league opponents    While Doyle s perform   ance stole the show  she  wasn t alone in her domi   nance    Sarah Anderson and  Taylor Hayne pitched in  with nine and eight kills     respectively  while Kailey  Moorhead posted seven  and Ashlie Haworth came  off the bench for five    As a team  Lindsey  Wilson was hot on offense   posting a  424 hitting mark  while limiting St   Catharine to just  073   Both teams finished with  eight blocks  but it was the  Blue Raiders  precision on  the attack that made the  difference    Most of those kills start   ed with the combination of  Kristi Hager picking up a  match high 12 digs and  setter Andrea Taylor dish   ing out a match high 44  assists    Not only did Doyle con   trol the offense for most of  the night  she also played  her best collegiate game at  the net  coming up with a  team best three blocks    On the visiting side  it  was Casey Stone and  Rebecca Just with the big  nights  tallying nine kills  each  while setter Chelsea    Wichman dished out 19  assists  Stone and her part   ner at the net Maggie  Goben each added three  blocks for the Patriots    The first two sets were a  breeze for the Blue  Raiders  leading by as  many as 13 points in the  opening set and 10 in the  second  St  Catharine did  get within a point at 20 19  in the third set  but  Lindsey Wilson outscored  it 5 1 to claim the 25 20  win in the finale    On a night when so  many things went right   the one flaw in the Blue  Raiders  game came on  serve where they had eight  errors with just two aces   St  Catharine served for  three aces and had just two  errors    Lindsey Wilson takes a  week break from play  before resuming at  Cumberland  Tenn   at 6  p m  on Sept  18 in  Lebanon  Tenn      Boys golf finishes runners up in tourney    The Adair County boys golf team  were runners up in the Heartland  Conference Tournament this  week    The Indians tied with tourney  winner Taylor County with a score  of 313  However  the tie was set   tled by the 5th man s individual  score  which placed the tribe on  the short end of the stick    Riley Grant earned the confer   ence champ honors with a score of  74  Alex Durham took home run   ner up honors with a score of 76   Other scores include Daniel Rarey  with 80  Trey Garmon with 83 and  Korey Hundley with 93     We came up one shot short  today    said head coach Steve  Burton   Riley was terrific today  and Alex played solidly but we  were not able to put four scores in  the 70s  In order to beat quality  teams  you have to be able to play  in the 70s as a team and we were  not able to do that today  Our kids  battled to the very end  We just  didn t play our best golf today and  it cost us         Alex Durham earned  the honors of runner up  Heartland Conference  Tournament Champion  with a score of 76     Riley Grant earned the  honors of Heartland  Conference  Tournament Champion  with a score of 74      Rex s Cycle Shop  Inc    1349 Campbellsville Road  Columbia  KY 42728  270 384 6018     The Lindsey Wilson College volleyball team won its sixth consecutive match  Tuesday night with a 3 0 win  25 12  25 15  25 20  over St  Catharine College in  Biggers Sports Center                                   Page 8 September 13  2012 Adair County Community Voice    Governor declares Adair  Work Ready Community in Progress     Gov  Steve Beshear an   nounced that Adair County  has been certified as a   Work Ready Community  in Progress      The new Work Ready  Communities Certification  program is set up through  the Kentucky Workforce In   vestment Board and the  Kentucky Education and  Workforce Development  Cabinet    School Superintendent  and chairman of the Work  Ready Community commit   tee Alan Reed said the certi   fication proves that a  county can produce workers  who possess the skills that  will enable employers to be  successful if they were to lo   cate here     It is an economic devel   opment concept    Reed  said    Adair County is close to  meeting the requirements  for the full Work Ready  Community certification     We are excited that  Adair County has achieved  Work Ready Community in   Hospital  petition is   Continued from front page   Blair said a number of sig   natures were disqualified  for various reasons  Some  signers put the date they  signed the petition where  their birth date was sup   posed to go  In some cases   signers put a post office box  address when a physical  street address is required    Others were disqualified  because it was apparent one  person signed their own sig   nature and that of their  spouse  Blair said she only  accepted one signature in  those cases     Progress status and we look  forward to certifying many  others in the future  Work  Ready Community in  Progress status is not an  easy accomplishment   Adair County leaders are to  be commended for working  together to achieve this  goal    said Crystal Gibson   chair of the Kentucky Work  Ready Communities review  panel and vice president of  communications and public  affairs at Citigroup    Adair County s leaders  congratulated the Economic  Development Authority on  all of their hard work     I am extremely happy  that the Columbia Adair  County Economic Develop   ment Authority took the ini   tive to do this project    said  Judge Executive Ann  Melton   It required a lot of  hard work  was very time  consuming and I commend  them on their efforts  This  designation is a beginning  which shows that our com   munity is committed to pre   pare our workforce for the   tax recall  successful   Even so  the certified sig   natures are enough to recall  the proposed 3 7 cents tax   Blair said there is now a to   day period for anyone who  wants to challenge the certi   fication    The successful recall post   pones the tax until the next  general election  The tax  was not proposed early  enough to be placed on the  ballot this November  so it  will now be on hold until the  November 2014 general  election  There are no elec   tions in 2013    By Sharon Burton  snburton duo county com    jobs of today and to have  skilled workers for the jobs  in the future       Congratulations to the  local Economic Develop   ment Authority on working  to achieve the Work Ready  Community in Progress  Award    said Mayor Mark  Harris   It s a beginning to  aid in impacting the quality  of life and sustainability for  future generations  We  must continue to work on  becoming a Certified Work  Ready Community      In order to receive full  certification  a county must  present a viable plan to  meet all of the criteria  within three years  The des     ignation shows that a com   munity is making strides  and working with its busi   ness  education  workforce  and economic development  leaders to set and meet  common goals that will give  the county an economic  edge     Adair County is a role  model for other communi   ties that want to demon   strate a commitment to  reaching education  work   force and economic devel   opment goals that make  their communities a desir   able place for business     said Joseph U  Meyer  Sec   retary of the Kentucky Edu   cation and Workforce     270 634 3817   zrtservices com    VEHICLE DETAILING   Auto Boat   Plane   Fleet  Polishing Waxing Sealing Scratch Removal  Complete Interior Exterior Service   f facebook com zrtservices     m 8     1   t   t    Roofing  Siding    Trim    Sammy Barnett   1   866   469 3911    t    MID SOUTH METALS OF CAMPBELLSVILLE  INC  j    P O  Box 507  400 Water Tower Bypass Rd   Campbellsville  Ky  42719  270 469 3911  270 789 2550 fax    t     Journey to Independent  Living  LLC    1120 Jamestown St   Suite  2  Columbia  Fax referrals  384 0467 Phone  384 0437   We are a newly certified agency offering Supports for Community Living   SCL  and Michelle P waiver services in central Kentucky  We are  accepting referrals for adults and children who have intellectual and  developmental disabilities    www journeytoindependentliving com    Development Cabinet    Superintendent Reed said  he has hopes to incorporate  a  Work Ready Seal  for stu   dents to have placed on  their diplomas when they  graduate    A student would only be  eligible for the seal if he or  she exhibited basic soft  skills such as showing ini     tiative  attendance  cour   tesy  ability to work in  teams  work ethic and  more    For more information  about the Work Ready  Communities program  go  to the website   http   kwib kygov workrea  dycommunity htm     Send your news items to  accvnews accvonline com    Happy Birthday     September 12   September 19   Jerry Coffey   Rhianna VanVIymen   Melanie Stotts  31   Harold Nixon   Wesley Burris   Becky Darnell   September 13   Carolyn Bledsoe   Frank Radford   Jean Hadley  56   September 14   September 21   Rob Rudd   Sallie Marple   Stephanie 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Channel   51 BET   52 The History Ch a nnel   53 Cartoon Network   54 Oxygen   55 Discovery Health   56 G4   57 truTV   58 Boomerang   59 FOOD Network   60 HGTV   61 Style   62 Comedy Central   63 FX   64 The Travel Channel   65 FOX News Channel   66 CNBC   67 RFD TV   68 E  Entertainment TV  69AMC   70 C Span   DIGITAL PACKAGE  92 Channels of quality  programming  Requires a  digital gateway    180 The Outdoor Channel   181 VS   182 SoapNET   183 Do It Yourself   184 The Golf Channel   185 TV Games   186 Speed Channel   187 CSPAN2   188 Hallmark Channel   189 Lifetime Real Women   190 Turner Movie Classics   191 Bloomberg   192 MSNBC   193 ESPN News   194 ESPNU   195 HRTV   196 Hallmark Movies  198 NFL Network   300 Noggin   301 Nick Games   Sports   302 Nick Too   303 Discovery Kids   304 Toon Disney   305 Nicktoon Network   306 Planet Green   307 Discovery Espanol   309 Game Show Network   310 BBC America   311 Biography   312 History International   313 The Science Channel   314 Discovery Times   315 Fit TV   316 Women s  Entertainment  317IFC   318 Military Channel   319 FUSE   320 MTV2   321 MTV Jams   322 MTV Espanol   323 MTV Hits   324 Pure   325 VH1 Classic   326 VH1 Soul   327 Fox Movie Channel   328 LOGO  350 CWKYT  360WTVQ 24 7 Weather  HDTV BASIC   Requires an HDTV receiver  and monitor   400 WKYT  CBS    401 WLEX  NBC   402WTVQ  ABC    403 WDKY FOX    405 TNT HD   409 ESPN2 HDTV   410 ESPN HDTV   411 ESPNU HD  415A EHD   416 FOOD HD   417 TRAVEL HD   418 HGTV HD   419 HISTORY HD   420 DISCOVERY HD   421 ANIMAL PLANET HD   422 LEARNING CHANNEL HD  425 FOX NEWS HD   427 DISNEY HD   428 ABC FAMILY HD  440 NFL Network HDa   480 SCIENCE CHANNEL HD    481 PLANET GREEN HD    482 HALLMARK HD    These channels only  available w digital package  MUSIC   Channels 500 546  Requires the digital package  and gateway    PREMIUM PACKAGES  HBO UNLIMITED   200 HBO   201 HBO Family   202 HBO Plus   203 HBO Signature   204 HBO Comedy   205 HBO Zone   206 HBO HDTV   207 HBO Latino  CINEMAX PACKAGE   210 CINEMAX   211 MoreMax   212 ActionMax   213 ThrillerMax   214 Cinemax HDTV  SHOWTIME UNLIMITED   220 Showtime   221 Showtime Too   222 Showtime Showcase   223 Showtime Beyond   224 Showtime Extreme   225 Showtime HDTV   230 The MOVIE Channel   231 The MOVIE Channel Xtra   235 Flix   236 Sundance  STARZ SUPER PACK   240 Starz   241 Starz in Black   242 Starz Kids   Family   243 Starz Cinemax   244 Encore   245 Encore Westerns   246 Encore Action   247 Encore True Stories  HDTV PREMIUM   490 HD   NET   491 HD NETMovies   492 Theater  HD   493 Univaersal  HD  PAY PER VIEW  Watch current run movies   live sporting events and  concerts    Channels 801 806 InDemand PPV  Channels 900 904 Adult PPV    TV GUIDE LISTING    THURSDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 13  2012     6 PM   6 30   7 PM   7 30   8 PM   8 30   9 PM   9 30   10 PM   10 30   B   WKYT   Wheel   Jeopardy   Big Bang   21 2 Men   Big Brother 14  N    Person of Interest   News   Late Show   B   WKLE   PBS 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                Page 10 September 13  2012 Adair County Community Voice    Five people  were injured  during a  three vehicle  accident on  Campbellsville  Road in  Columbia  Saturday      Five injured in  accident on Hwy  55    Five people were sent to the hos   pital after a three vehicle wreck  Saturday on Campbellsville Street    Rodolfo Escobar  50  of Columbia   was traveling north in a 1989 Ford  Ranger when he apparently came  upon a stopped vehicle and was  unable to stop  Escobar s vehicle  struck a 2003 Kia Rio driven by  Benjamin Kaylar  44  of Columbia    Kaylar s vehicle was then forced  into a 2008 Nissan Altima driven by  Sonia Helm  36  of Columbia  who    was waiting to turn left into Gate at  1125 Campbellsville Rd    Escobar  Kaylar  Helm  a passen   ger in the Kaylar vehicle and a pas   senger in the Helm vehicle were all  transported to Westlake Regional  Hospital by Adair EMS  A wet road   way was considered a factor in the  accident    The accident occurred around 11  a m  and was investigated by  Columbia Police Officer Drew Conn     Keeping dairy rations balanced will be a challenge     Nick Roy   Adair County Extension  Agent for Agriculture and  Natural Resources    Most years  when a dairy  producer has their ration  balanced for the new corn  silage crop  very few and  minor adjustments are    then made throughout the  winter to ensure the proper  nutrient levels are being  provided to meet produc   tion goals    Normally the most often  tweak that must be made is  due to variations of dry  matter percentage of the  different fields harvested    This year s silage crop  brought mixed results   early planted corn that  developed very poor and in  some case no ears while  later planted corn devel   oped good ears with short  stalks  This has translated  into local corn silage sam   ple testing from 6 percent    to 12 percent crude protein  and net energy lactation  levels ranging from  49 to   75 Mcal Lb    The best strategy to deal  with this year s corn silage  will be to test and test  often  As different fields  are fed and in some cases  different parts of the field  are fed  nutrient levels pro   vided will be variable    Keep a close eye for key  indicators that the corn  silage quality may be  changing  A reduction or  increase in MUN  milk urea  nitrogen  levels indicate  either a change in protein  levels or energy levels     Reduced intakes will gener   ally be a result of feeding  dryer corn silage or an  increase in fiber levels   Increased intakes will be  seen when the corn silage  becomes higher in moisture  or fiber levels drop  Take  note of any of the occur   rences and communicate  them to your nutritionist    Free forage testing and  ration balancing services  are provided through the  Adair County Cooperative  Extension for any farmer  who would like assistance   For more information  call  the Extension Office at   384 2317     Morrison is new branch  manager at Best Financial     Best Financial  Services  welcomes  Tammy Morrison  as the new  Branch Manager  of the Columbia  office  Tammy  has been in  finance for 23  years serving  Adair and  surrounding  counties      A Kentucky Adventure by Leigh Anne Florence   Illustrated by Chris Ware    CHAPTER ONE     Well  Woody  it looks  as if all your numbers are  higher than last year    the  doctor said as he went  over my test results     That s awesome    I  exclaimed  puffing out my  chest    Doc Albert chuckled  before she spoke    Actually Woody  it s not  like exams in school  where higher numbers  mean better grades  With  medical exams  higher  numbers aren t usually a  good thing       I don t understand    I  said  looking back and  forth from my parents to  the doctor     Well  your blood sugar   your cholesterol and your  weight are all higher than  they were last year  Those  three things tell me you  aren t eating right or exer   cising enough  And for  you to be healthy  that has  to change      I felt a tear come to my  eye  but I didn t want to  cry in front of my parents   my sister or the vet  so I  played it cool     I must have allergies  too    I said  wiping my  eyes and drying my snif   fles     It s not the end of the  world  and you re certain   ly not in trouble  Woody     Doc Albert assured me    It is a wake up call  It s  your body telling you to    treat it better       What did you score on  your tests  Chloe    I asked  my sister    Doc Albert answered for  her   Though Chloe hasn t  gained any weight  her  cholesterol and her blood  sugar were also a tiny bit  higher than last year       What is co  co       Cholesterol    Doc  Albert said  trying to help  Chloe pronounce the diffi   cult word     Yes  cholesterol     Chloe repeated   What is  it      I was wondering about  that  too  so I was happy  my sister had asked     Cholesterol is a waxy   fatlike substance made in  the liver and other cells   and found in foods like  eggs and meat    Doc  Albert explained   Our  body needs cholesterol to  work properly  but if we  get too much cholesterol  it can clog up our arteries  and make it harder for our  heart to pump blood      I thought about my eat   ing habits and all the  times I helped Chloe fin   ish her dinner  Then I  thought about my favorite  foods  Vanilla Woofers   pupsicles  popcorn  pupa   roni pizza  bacon  ice  cream  pudding pups   meat  cheese  eggs  the  very thing Doc Albert said  was filled with choles      1  TH0Le9 e 9L      NWHat  He  S V D     terol     Sure I have a hearty  appetite  but I m a busy  guy    I said to my doctor   trying to convince my par   ents and myself   How  many other black and tan  wiener dogs from  Kentucky do you know  who write books and trav   el around the beautiful  Bluegrass State with their  wiener dog sister and  Mom and Dad  Have you  ever met another dachs   hund who spends his days  in schools and libraries  talking to children and  adults about keeping a  positive attitude  being  respectful and working  hard to achieve their  goals      I work hard and I need  my strength to keep  going  I need food to run  just like a car needs gaso   line to run    I said  proud  of my point  hoping it did   n t come off as disrespect   ful     That s a great point     Doc Albert said   But  would you fill your car up  with apple juice or  water       Of course not    I  answered as we all  laughed   It wouldn t run   silly       Well  the food you are  putting in your body is  just like filling your car up  with apple juice  It might  fill the tank  but you won t  go anywhere    Doc    explained    As valid as I thought my  argument was  Doc Albert  made a much stronger  point     Sit tight while I get  your prescriptions ready   pups    Doc ordered as she  left the exam room  I  hoped the medicine was   n t some nasty  smelly  stuff that made me hold  my nose so I could swal   low it    Doc Albert returned  carrying a large brown  cardboard box  securely  taped  that was bigger  than Chloe and me   Here  you go  pups    Doc said as  she handed the box to  Dad  The top of the box  read  Rx for Woody and    Chloe  Take as directed       What does Rx mean    I  asked  trying to pro   nounce the word that did   n t have a vowel in the  middle of it     Rx is an abbreviation  for medical prescription     Mom explained   And you  know what a prescription  is  It s a recipe for getting  well      I didn t know what was  in the box  but one thing  was for sure  It was the  biggest recipe I had ever  seen     Stay tuned next  week for chapter 2     Thanks to Kentucky Utilities LG E  Kentucky Press Association and the KY Office for Adventure Tourism for helping to make  this statewide literacy project possible  Go to www kypress com to hear each chapter and try the chapter activities         270 384 9454    Adair County Community Voice September 13  2012    Page         Adair County Community Voice  Newspaper in Education   Student Activities      How many pencils      How many apples          How many books      Start I  Here V       a a it ir g it si    99 0S  0 00 00        How many trees _    How many faces _    How many eggs        Elementary School Level    A  Hair Raising  Experience   Take out a piece of paper and write a short essay  on the following writing prompt     When is the last time you got your hair cut  Write a narrative about  the worst hair cut you have ever had  How long was your hair original   ly  How much hair was cut off  How did you feel about the hair cut   Why do you think you ended up with this hair cut  Was it a lack of  communication or something else      Middle School Level     Seven Sentence Patterns   There are 7 basic sentence patterns  The ability to  indentify each pattern will enhance your writing ability    Match each sentence with  the correct sentence pattern    1  Subject   Be Verb   Adverbial   2  Subject   Be Verb   Subject Complement   3  Subject   Linking Verb   Subject Complement   4  Subject   Intransitive Verb   5  Subject   Transitive Verb   Direct Object   6  Subject   Transitive Verb   Indirect Object   Direct Object   7  Subject   Transitive Verb   Indirect Object   Object Complement   a  Micheal was an Olympic Gold Medalist    b  Joey spoiled his niece Rachel    c  The camera battery died    d  My mom calls me a klutz    e  California is in the West U S    f  Kara became a teacher    g  The sight of Big Ben gave me goosebumps     Word of the Week   DEMOCRACY   el government by the people   rule of the majority L a government in which  the supreme power is vested in the people  and exercised by them directly or indirectly  through a system of representation usually  involving periodically held free elections    Quote of the Week    Education is the most powerful  weapon which you can use to  change the world        Nelson Mandela    Weekly lesson plans can be found at www accvonline com   Click on the Newspaper in Education tab and choose the  corresponding week  Answer sheets will be emailed     p i  B g  q g  o p 4  g  e 5   L  sj9msuv    High School Level    Contact Information    Pam Popplewell  NIE Coordinator  voicenie accvonline com  Allison Cross Hollon  Assistant Editor  allison accvonline com   Office  384 9454     w v  U B    M 5 L   o y f   U E K    L T D W E    S l   Y U   R T   E I  C D   Y U   R U   E 0   E S  F D  G I    L T T  I U W  G 0 S  O A Z  O E R  A L R  U P H   LHC  I C R  R I L    I F   T P  P Q  Z 1  E P  C 0    A X T   U H R  GUN  O B H  L G H    P D   R C  E Q  S F  C S  R G    X Z C R 0 3 M    E Y  V R    I E E  DAM  E M Z    F Q U W I   APPETITE   CHLDE   CREAM   EXERCISE   ICE   MEDICAL    Y O M 0 A   GIBTB   E X E R E   Y G Q F S   W I J Q N    P X  T U  I X  D M  N C  C I  V P    A H S   Y Y 0   P B D  S J I  R W B  G B X  HO  T Q I  M N A  W B U  E Z L   S C     PEI  U B G    A KENTUCKY ADVENTURE   CHAPTER ONE ACTIVITIES   QUESTIONS    A K N J G    PRESCRIPTION   RECIPE   RESULTS   SUGAR   WEIGHT   WOODY    1  Woody and Chloe love to play games  One  of their favorites is The Alphabet Game  As a  class  play The Alphabet Game  Go around the  room and have each person name a food  It  can be healthy food or junk food  Start with A  and go straight through Z  In the spirit of  friendly competition  can your class complete  The Alphabet Game in 3 minutes  Have one  person make a list of the healthy foods named  and another person list the junk foods    2  Look through your local newspaper and  see if there are any advertisements for doctors  or veterinarians  If so  tally how many you  found    3  Woody and Chloe learned that cholesterol  was produced from fatty foods like bacon and  cheese  Name 5 other fatty foods  How many  of the 5 you named have you eaten recently or  plan to eat this past week    What foods could you eat instead of the fatty  ones    4  Doc Albert told Woody a car wouldn t run  without gas  What is the current cost of gaso   line in your town  Let s pretend you have a car  that holds 20 gallons of gas  and your car was  completely empty  Based on the price of gas in  your town  how much money would it take to  fill up your car  If your car gets 22 miles per  gallon how far can you go on 20 gallons    5  The pups learned the Rx is an abbrevia     tion for prescription  What are some abbrevi   ations you use when you are writing  Search  the Classified section of the newspaper for  more abbreviations  Choose one ad with a  couple abbreviations and write out the ad by  spelling the full word instead of the abbrevia   tion    6  The pups also learned that a prescription  is a recipe to get well  Search a cookbook or go  online and find a recipe you think Woody and  Chloe might like  Remember  they are trying  to improve their eating habits so make sure it  is a low fat  healthy snack  Email the recipe to  woody thewoodybooks com7  What do you  think the Rx box contains  Email Woody your  prediction woody thewoodybooks com    Check your email for his reply  Also  log on to  www thewoodybooks com and read Woody s  blog  You may see your emails on his blog    8  Cut out Chapter 1 and paste it in your  Unleashed scrapbook  Don t have a scrap   book  Contact your local newspaper or kjohn   son herald leader com    9  Look at the illustration in chapter one   Write a paragraph about what you see  Read  aloud to someone    10  Hear Woody read every Unleashed chap   ter  Just visit Woody s online doghouse at  www thewoodybooks com or go to  www kypress com                             Page 12 September 13  2012 Adair County Community Voice    Church Directory       Church of the Month    EGYPT CHRISTIAN CHURCH   Pastor  Paul Patton   Located at 4859 Knifley Rd    Sunday School  9 30 a m    Sunday Worship  10 30 a m   Sunday and Wednesday Night Service  6 30 p m    The Kingsmen will be in concert on Sunday  Sept  23 at 6 30 p m  Everyone is invited     Egypt Christian Church was organized in 1876  The  church held its first service on April 1  1876    The first addition to the church was constructed in  1963  In August of 1998 the church parsonage was con   structed on the church property  Three new Sunday  School rooms and a baptistery were added in the fall in    2000  This addition did not meet the needs of the  church and another construction project began in  March 2002 and finished that July    A tornado did extensive damage to the church in  March 1997  The damage left the church unstable and a  new sanctuary was finished by Oct  23  2005     APOSTOLIC   Apostolic Faith   Tabernacle  727 Cane Valley  Road  Pastor Donald Hager   308 0908    ASSEMBLY OF GOD   Praise Assembly of God    310 Jamestown Street  Pastor  Bob McCann  384 8961    BAPTIST   Bethany Baptist Church    Hwy  61 North    Big Creek Baptist  Church  Weed Keltner Road   Pastor Jimmy Moore    Blessed Hope Regular  Baptist Church  206 North  to 2970  turn right on Spruce  Pine Road  Pellyton  Pastor  Roger Murrell  606 787 6633    Cane Valley Baptist  Church  Cane Valley Road   Pastor James Collison    Charity Baptist Church   Holmes Bend Boat Dock Road   Pastor Jim Hagan  384 6883    Columbia Baptist   Church  201 Greensburg  Street  Pastor  Randy  Copeland  384 3176    Columbia First Baptist  Church  847 Burkesville  Street  384 7931    Gradyville Baptist  Church  Pastor Dennis Estes   Gradyville    Melson Ridge United  Baptist  Cundiff  Pastor  Daniel Woodcock  378 6496    New Zion Baptist  Church  Hwy  704  Fairplay   Pastor James T  Washington   III    Pierce s Chapel Baptist  Church  Yellow Hammer  Road  Fairplay    Plum Point Baptist   Knifley Road  Pastor Lewis  Haynes  384 3086  www    plumpointbaptist com    Prices Creek Baptist  Church  Prices Creek Road   Pastor Terry Lashley    Providence Baptist  Church  Providence Church  Road  Pastor Daniel Keaton    Red Lick Baptist  Church  Chestnut Grove  Road to Red Lick Road   Breeding    Russell Heights Baptist  Church  Pastor Darrell  Treece    Sparksville Baptist  Church  9399 Burkesville  Road  Pastor Darrell Landis   932 9836    Harrods Fork Baptist  Church  Hwy  61 South  Burkesville Road  Pastor Ray  Judd    BRETHREN IN CHRIST   Beulah Chapel Brethren  In Christ  Hwy  206  Pastor  Clifton Bennett  384 5669    Bloomington Brethren  In Christ  Bloomington  Chapel Road  Pastor Ralph  Foster  384 6089    Knifley Chapel Brethren  In Christ  Knifley  Pastor  Dave Book  270 469 9556    Millerfield Brethren In  Christ  Rt  76  4434 Sulphur  Creek Road  Pastor J  Richard  Lehman    CATHOLIC   Church of the Good  Shepherd  1221 Greensburg  St   Rev  David Naylor  343   3346    CHRISTIAN   Cane Valley Christian  Church  2250 Cane Valley  Road  Bro  Ivan Tucker  403   2421    Chestnut Grove   Christian Church  145   Chestnut Grove Road   Breeding  378 5040    Columbia Christian  Church  206 Campbellsville    Street  Pastor Terry White   384 2612    Egypt Christian Church    4859 Knifley Road  385 9771   Pastor Paul Patton    Glensfork Christian  Church  Hwy  55 South   Glensfork  Pastor Bill  Wethington    Knifley Christian   Church   Knifley and Roley   7710 Elkhorn Rd   Knifley   Pastor Hugh Withers    Little Cake Christian  Church  Little Cake Road   Pastor Ron Beaty    Pleasant Hill Christian  Church  Montpelier Road   Pastor Bill Wethington    Second Christian   Church  Burkesville Street   Pastor Kenny Carter    Shiloh Christian   Church  Russell Springs  Road  Pastor Bro  Norbert  Hall    Tabernacle Christian  Church  13175 Liberty Road   Brother Eldon Rucker  270   866 2105  home  or 384 8852   church     CHURCH OF CHRIST  Church of Christ of  Adair County  852 Hudson  Street  Minister Ricky  Williams  384 9433    Columbia Church of  Christ  501 Jamestown Street   Minister Dean Roach  384   6467    Southside Church of  Christ  24 Barnett Road   Evangelist Dan Jones  3380   1902 or 384 0817  church     CHURCH OF GOD  Columbia Church of   God  708 Mitchell Street   Pastor Gene Conover  384   4590    Eunice Church of God of  America  Hwy  206  Pastor  Joseph Payne  384 3253   Freedom Church of God    Freedom Church Road  Pastor  Carlie Riggs    Mt  Zion Church of God     Eastridge Cemetery Road   Casey Creek  Pastor Chris  Murphy    Oak Grove Church of  God of Prophecy  Hwy  531   off East Hwy  80  Pastor  Danny Roy  384 9282    West 80 Church of God   Pastor Scott Proctor    COMMUNITY   Dunbar Hill Com muni    ty  Hwy  1104  Knifley  Pastor  Darrell Tucker  270 789 4443   Worship services  Sunday 10  a m  and 6 p m   Wednesday 6  p m    Hadley s Community    Pastor Elbert Hadley  378   6040    Hutchison Community    Pelham Branch Road  Pastor  Larry Brown  384 3767    Kelleyville Community   Kelleyville Road  Coburg  Community  Pastor Stanley  Watson    New Concord Com   munity  New Concord Road   Pastor Willard Parson  378   5194     Tabor Community  Hwy   704  Pastor Ralph Hadley   385   9033     Victory Community  107   N  Reed St   Pastor Bill  Henson    White Oak Community    Pastor Davis Franklin    EPISCOPAL   St  Thomas  Church  116   South Columbia Avenue   Campbellsville  Missioner Karl  Lusk  270 789 1601    EVANGELICAL GOSPEL  New Life for the Nations  Association of Evangelical  Gospel Assemblies  5095  Camp bellsville Road  Hwy   55  five miles north of  Columbia  Pastors Dr  Gerald  and Rev  LaVerne Reliford   384 3010    HOLINESS   Rowena Holiness    Church  S  Hwy  127  Russell  County  Pastor Bro  Wayne  Keith  866 4097    HOUSE OF PRAYER   United House of Prayer    402 Jamestown Street  Pastor  Don Taylor    INDEPENDENT CHURCH   Haven Mission   Independent  300 Merchant  Street    LUTHERAN   Prince of Peace  Lutheran  250 French Valley  Road  Russell Springs  Pastor  Rev  Fredrick Haynes  866   4656    METHODIST   Antioch United   Methodist  Pastor Troy  Elmore  384 1992   Barnett s Creek United  Methodist  Barnett s Creek  Road  Pastor Barry Bradshaw    Bear Wallow United  Methodist  6132 Liberty  Road  Pastor Caleb LaFond    Breeding United   Methodist  Pastor Larry  Lemon    Christie Chapel United  Methodist  Hwy  76 on  Adair Taylor County line   Pastor Larry Loy  270 465    2157    Columbia United   Methodist  202 Burkesville  St   Pastor Rev  W  Neil Janes   384 2276    Emory Chapel United  Methodist  Hwy  1952 in the  Chance Community  Pastor  Steven Janes    Glensfork United   Methodist  Pastor Gary  Clark  378 5850    Jones Chapel United  Methodist  Pastor Mike  Moon  270 932 3449    Milltown United Meth   odist  Pastor Jadell Janes    Morris Chapel United  Methodist  Weed Keltner  Road  Pastor Jeff Sparks     Mt  Carmel United  Methodist  Hwy  682  Pastor  Steve Willis    Old Concord United  Methodist  Hwy  704  Pastor  Sam Burris  270 433 7530    Pickett s Chapel United  Methodist  Portland Road   Milltown  Pastor Roger  McKinney  378 6065    Pleasant Ridge United  Methodist  Keltner    Milltown  Pastor Carl  Edwards  565 1362    Pollards Chapel United  Methodist  Pastor Jadell  Janes    Red Lick United  Methodist  Pastor Larry  Lemmon  384 4450    Tarter s Chapel United  Methodist  Pastor Herbert  Janes  378 5150    Trinity United   Methodist  2418 Camp   bellsville Road  Pastor Bro   Steven R  Pescosolido  384   3259     MISSION   Hovious Mission    Hovious Ridge Road off Hwy   551 at Knifley  Bro  Terry  Boston  465 3637   NAZARENE   Columbia First Church  of the Nazarene  1200  Jamestown Street  Pastor Rev   Scott Ezell  384 2956    Glensfork Church of the  Nazarene  7811 Hwy  55  South  Pastor Jay Damron    384 2897    Sparksville Church of  the Nazarene  9562  Burkesville Road  Pastor  Lonny Karnes  378 6176    N0N DEN0MINATI0NAL   Carrying the Torch  Ministries  415 Wain Street   Pastor Glenn Mclnteer  384   5478    3 trees Church  Hwy  80   Russell Springs  Pastor Eric  Gilbert  270 866 8811     Living By Faith  906   Greensburg Street  Pastor  Lloyd Scott  384 5478    Lovedale Church  Allen  Schoolhouse Road  Pastor  Dewey Rooks  384 3941    The Church in Jesus  Name  400 Creekbend Drive   Elder Richard Brown  270    842 7144    Union Chapel  704   Fairplay Rd   Pastor Steve  Bunch    PRESBYTERIAN  Columbia Union   Presbyterian  304   Burkesville Street  Pastor  Karen Russell  384 2206    SEPARATE BAPTIST   Beech Grove Separate  Baptist Church  Box 2335   Road 900  Glensfork  Pastor  Matthew Lawhorn    Caldwell Separate   Baptist Church  Caldwell  Ridge  Rt  1  Knifley  Pastor  Steve Corbin    Flatwoods Separate  Baptist Church  Hwy  61  South  six miles from  Columbia  Pastor Carol  Perkins    Free Union Separate  Baptist Church  Sano Road   Pastor Mark Polston    Melson Ridge   Community Separate  Baptist Church  Cundiff   Pastor Buford Hadley  378    6423    New Hope Separate  Baptist Church  Hwy  206   Pastor David Coffey    Purdy Separate Baptist  Church  Hwy  206  Pastor  Jamie Bryant    Robinson Chapel   Separate Baptist Church    Knifley Road  Pastor Bobby  Bryant  866 5946    SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST  Columbia Seventh Day  Adventist  9 10 mile out  Hwy  61  turn right in front of  Christian Life Center  Pastor  Fred Calkins or 384 6798   church     TABERNACLE   Full Gospel Tabernacle    Hwy  76  Elkhorn Road  Pastor  Jody Perkins  384 6774    House Upon A Rock  Tabernacle  Hwy  55 South  and junction Hwy  1058 in the  edge of Russell County  Pastor  Kerry Yates  384 6794    Lighthouse Tabernacle   Hwy  76  Knifley  Pastor Bill  Warren  384   3377     TEMPLE   Calvary Temple Church    New Concord Road  Garlin  Community  Pastor Homer  Stephens  384 3130    WORD OF FAITH  Word of Life Family  Church  895 Jamestown  Street  Pastors Randy and  Alisa Parnell  384 2353     If you would like  your church to be  featured  as the  CHURCH  OF THE MONTH  absolutely free   call Mindy  at 384 9454     0 poat0iai  ityovpte    Phone 270 384 2149  David   Cathy Martin    200 Campbellsville Street   Columbia  KY 42728  Robert Harmon   Blake Martin    www grissommartin com      aenoe auufantafify  4 na t mouyA fo aenve                                                                270 384 9454    Adair County Community Voice September 13  2012 Page 13   Obituaries l    Hector Aaron Curry    Hector Aaron Curry  4  of  Columbia  passed away  Saturday  Sept  8  2012 in a  mobile home fire in Russell  Springs    He was the son of Randy  Curry and Rosa Lopez of  Columbia    He was born on April 30   2008 in Somerset    He was preceded in death  by his paternal grandfather   Leonard Earl Curry    He was a preschooler at  Adair County Elementary  School    In addition to his par   ents  he is survived by four  sisters  Misty Curry of  London  Latisha    Kimberlee and Jazlyn  Curry  all of Columbia  his  paternal grandmother   Dorothy Curry of Russell  Springs  and his maternal  grandmother  Fidelia  Guillen of Columbia    He is also survived by  numerous uncles  aunts  and cousins    Funeral service was  Wednesday  Sept  12 at  Adair County High School     gymnasium with Bro   Ralph Foster and Pastor  Alajandro Velasques offici   ating with burial in Free  Union Cemetery    Expressions of sympathy  may take the form of a  donation to the Hector  Aaron Curry and Hayden  Aaron Oseguera Paxtian  Memorial Fund at First and  Farmers National Bank   which may be left at the  funeral home    Grissom Martin Funeral  Home was in charge of  funeral arrangements   Please visit www grissom   martin com     Timothy Wayne   Timmy  Holt    Timothy Wayne  Timmy    Holt  49  of Lexington  for   merly of Columbia  passed  away Saturday  Sept  8   2012 in Lexington    He is survived by his  father  C J  Holt and his  wife Shirley  of Columbia   his mother  Lois Bennett  Holt of Science Hill  two  sisters  Melanie Ransdell of  Berea and Latisa Beason of  Hot Springs  Ark   one  brother  Lanny Holt of    Science Hill  one half  brother  Ben Holt of  Columbia  and one step  brother  Brandon Branham  of Nashville  Tenn    Funeral services were  private and interment was  in Haven Hill Cemetery    Stotts Phelps McQueary  Funeral Home was in  charge of funeral arrange   ments  Please visit  www stottsphelpsmc   quearyfh com     Joe George    Joe George  83  of  Columbia  passed away  Saturday  Sept  8  2012 at  Lake Cumberland Regional  Hospital in Somerset    He was born on July 17   1929 in Creelsboro and was  the son of the late Benjamin  and Rinda Butler George    In addition to his par   ents  he was preceded in  death by his first wife  Anna  Louise Helm George  three  sons  Jimmy  Billy Joe and  Lester George  and by two  grandchildren  Rhonda  Miller and Michael George    He was a member of  3trees Church was a retired  logger    He is survived by his wife   Opal Richards Kelsay  George of Columbia  one  son  Dale George and his  wife Sherri  of Russell  Springs  and by two daugh   ters  Joyce Martin and her  husband Junior and Renee  Stinson  all of Columbia    Twelve grandchildren  26  great grandchildren and  several other relatives and  friends also survive    Funeral service was  Tuesday  Sept  11 at     Grissom Martin Funeral  Home with Bro  Ralph  Hadley and Pastor Kelly  Burton officiating with bur   ial in Burchett Cemetery in  Cundiff    Casket bearers were Scott  Guffey  David George  Tony  George  Aaron Melson   Kevin  Doc   Spencer  Leroy  Spencer and Deamon  Spencer    Honorary casket bearers  were Junior Martin  Jordan  McClister  Corey McClister   Justin Akers  Josh Kerr and  A J  Lane    Grissom Martin Funeral  Home was in charge of  funeral arrangements   Please visit www grissom   martin com     CARD OF THANKS     The family of  Randall Grant  would like to  thank all of those  who have been so  supportive    We appreciate  everything and are  so blessed to have  such great family  and friends    God Bless    Sincerely    Doris Grant and family    Hayden Aaron  Oseguera Paxtian    Hayden Aaron Oseguera   Paxtian  4  of Russell  Springs  passed away  Saturday  Sept  8  2012  in a  mobile home fire in Russell  Springs    He was the son of Juan  Matias Oseguera    Mandujano and Maria C   Paxtian Fiscal of Russell  Springs    He was born on Jan  18   2008 in Somerset    He was preceded in death  by his paternal grandpar   ents  Manadel Socorro  Mandujano Perez and  Gregorio Oseguera   Navarro    He was a preschooler at  Russell Springs Elementary  School    In addition to his parents   he is survived by his mater   nal grandparents  Jose  Paxtian Temich and  Manuela Fiscal of Mexico   three brothers  Jobany  Alejandro Oseguera of  Russell Springs and Cars  Eduardo Oseguera and Jose  Fernando Paxtian  both of  Mexico  and by three sis   ters  Lizeydy Rocio  Oseguera  Gabriela Yarely  Oseguera and Carolina  Elizabeth Oseguera  all of     Mexico    Funeral service was  Wednesday  Sept  12 at  Adair County High School  gymnasium with Pastor  Alajandro Velasques and  Pastor Rudy Montalvo offi   ciating with burial in Free  Union Cemetery    Expressions of sympathy  may take the form of a  donation to the Hector  Aaron Curry and Hayden  Aaron Oseguera Paxtian  Memorial Fund at First and  Farmers National Bank   which may be left at the  funeral home    Grissom Martin Funeral  Home was in charge of  funeral arrangements   Please visit www grissom   martin com     Randall M  Grant    Randall M  Grant  62  of  Russell Springs  formerly of  the Sulphur Creek commu   nity of Adair County   passed away Thursday   Sept  6  2012 at his home  after an illness    He was born on April 13   1950 in Adair County    He was the son of the late  Robert H  and Bonnie Irene  Cheek Grant of Adair  County    He is survived by his wife   Doris Powell Grant of  Russell Springs  one son   Robert Keith Grant of  Russell Springs  two  daughters  Marcy Lynn  Ryan and her husband R C   of Jamestown and Laura  Grant Keltner and her hus   band Matt of Columbia   two sisters  Brenda Hadley  of Columbia and Sharon  Irvin and her husband  Marshall of Columbia  and  by three grandchildren   Jacob Randall Grant  Wyatt  Arron Ryan and Weston  Charles Ryan    Several nieces  nephews  and a host of other relatives  and friends also survive    Randall was a construc   tion worker and equipment     operator    Funeral service was  Sunday  Sept  9 at Stotts   Phelps McQueary Funeral  Home with Bro  David  Coffey officiating with  interment in New Hope  Cemetery    Pallbearers were Edward  Grant  Tommy Cook   Phillip Cook  Joe Curtis   Jamie Bernard and Daryl  Rooks    Honorary pallbearers  were Jack Crabtree  Dale  Liles  Jerry Turner  Doug  Melton and Bobby Kelsey    Stotts Phelps McQueary  Funeral Home was in  charge of funeral arrange   ments  Please visit  www stottsphelpsmc   quearyfh com     Our thoughts and prayers go out  to the families who lost  loved ones  May God comfort you in  your time of need      Abbott Communications  LLC    Specializing in small business telephone systems    Nortell   Samsung   Comdial   Callpilot   100 150 Voice Mail    www  abbottcommunicationsllc  com  E mail  abbottcommunicationsllc yahoo com    Consultation   Free Estimates    With God all things 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Campbellsville   two brothers  R D  Rowe of  Daleville  Ind  and Coy  Rowe of Florida  and by  two sisters  Ceophus Burris  of Texas and JoAnne  Anderson of Texas    Ten grandchildren  14  great grandchildren  sever   al nieces  nephews and a  host of other relatives and     friends also survive    She was a member of  Bible Baptist Tabernacle in  Campbellsville and was  owner and operator of  Hoover Camper Sales in  Anderson  Ind  for several  years    Funeral service was  Friday  Sept  7 at Stotts   Phelps McQueary Funeral  Home with Pastor Bob  Cutler officiating with  interment in Haven Hill  Cemetery    Pallbearers were Jeff  Hoover  Bruce Hart  Brent  Hart  Lonnie Hinds  Richie  Symmes and Cade Hoover    Stotts Phelps McQueary  Funeral Home was in  charge of funeral arrange   ments  Please visit  www stottsphelpsmc     Ruby Cole Jessie    Ruby Cole Jessie  89  of  Glasgow  passed away  Thursday  Aug  30  2012 at  T  J  Samson Hospital in  Glasgow    She was born in Adair  County and was the daugh   ter of the late Willie D  and  Myrtie Sparks Cole    She was also preceded in  death by her husband of 66  years  Lawrence Gilbert  Jessie    Mrs  Jessie was a home   maker and was the first  president of the Barren  County Republican   Women s Club  She was a  member of Faith United  Methodist church where  she taught Sunday school  for more than 25 years    She is survived by her   Rick   Rick Schoff  56  of  Columbia  passed away  Wednesday  Sept  5  2012   at his home    He was born on Feb  4   1956 in Dayton  Ky    He is survived by his  wife  Shelia Munday Schoff  of Columbia  and by his  father in law  Harmon    daughter  Barbara Jane  Pendleton and her husband  John  of Glasgow  one  brothers  Tom Cole and his  wife Anna  of Bowling  Green  and by several  nieces and nephews includ   ing special nieces and  nephews  Glenn Cole   Marsha Cole Wardlaw   Tony Cole and Becky  Garnick    Several great nieces and  nephews also survive    Funeral service was  Sunday  Sept  2 at A  F   Crow and Son Funeral  Home in Glasgow with bur   ial in Happy Valley  Memorial Gardens    This obituary is a cour   tesy of Stotts Phelps   McQueary Funeral Home    Schoff   Munday of Columbia    Cremation has been cho   sen and no services are  planned    Grissom Martin Funeral  Home was in charge of  funeral arrangements   Please visit www grissom   martin com     Visit www accvonline com    AUTO    HOME    LIFE    BUSINESS    A MEMBER SERVICE    KYFB COM    Getting a quote is easy   And you can quote me on that      J    Getting a quote from Kentucky  Farm Bureau is simple and  easy  and with agents in every  Kentucky county  finding a great  agent should be easy  too     Jason Corbin   105 Burkesville St   Columbia  Ky  42728   270 384 2961    KENTUCKY FARM BUREAU     BIG ON COMMITMENT   8                                                 Page 14 September 13  2012 Adair County Community Voice    Public Record    CIRCUIT COURT  DOCKET    Aug  21   Linnea Joy Streeval  51   manufacturing metham   phetamine  1st offense   possession of a controlled  substance methamphet   amine  1st degree  1st of   fense  buy possess drug  paraphernalia  Continued  to Oct  9   2012    Stephen Edward   Costello  22  sodomy  1st  degree  sexual abuse  1st  degree  attempted rape   1st degree  Continued to  Sept  11 at 1 p m   2010   Patrick Ray Stewart  33   assault  1st degree  per   sistent felony offender  1st  degree  Continued to Oct   16 at 1 p m   2012   Michael Leonard Taylor   49  rape  1st degree  un   lawful imprisonment  1st  degree  assault  4th de   gree  minor injury  Con   tinued to Sept  11 at 1 p m    2007     LAND   TRANSFERS    Darrell S  Carter and  Lou Ann Carter  68 Cedar  Hill Ln   Columbia  Dale  L  Smith and Cynthia L   Smith  250 Rexroat Rd    Columbia  and Douglas E   Campbell and Katie  Campbell  2402 Taylor  Ford Rd   Columbia to K  and N Enterprises of Ken   tucky  LLC  P O  Box 71   Columbia  Real estate in  Adair County described as  being located on the south  right of way of Hwy  80  containing  89 acres    240 000    Gregory Scott Hadley  and Sandra Hadley  184  Edgar Jessee Rd   Russell  Springs to Emily Brooke  Hadley  184 Edgar Jessee  Rd   Russell Springs  Real  estate in Adair County de   scribed as being located  on the eastside of the  highway and a corner to  Goordin s Store Lots con   taining 124 acres    55 000    Roy and Rita Keltner   2518 Schoolhouse Rd    Columbia to Dennis Kin   nett  910 Lee Bob Carter  Rd   Columbia  Real estate  in Adair County described  as being tract No  1 lo   cated on the right of way  of Allen Schoolhouse  Road approximately 2 3  miles northeast to Hwy   531  tract No  2 located on    the north right of way of  Allen Schoolhouse Road  approximately 2 3 miles  northeast to Hwy  531   tract No  4 located on the  north right of way of  Allen Schoolhouse Road  approximately 2 3 miles  northeast to Hwy  531   tract No  5 located on the  north right of way of  Allen Schoolhouse Road  approximately 2 3 miles  northeast to Hwy  531   tract No  6 located on the  north right of way of  Allen Schoolhouse Road  approximately 2 3 miles  northeast to Hwy  531   tract No  7 located on the  west right of way of Purdy  Sano Road approximately   1 miles north of Allen  Schoolhouse Road con   taining 5 0569 acres  tract  No  8 located on the west  right of way of Purdy  Sano Road containing  15 2180 acres  tract No  9  located on the west right   of way on Purdy Sano  Road containing 2 64  acres  tract No  10 located  on the west right of way  of Purdy Sano Road con   taining 2 46 acres  tract  No  11 located on the west  right of way of Purdy  Sano Road containing  11 71 acres  tract No  12 lo   cated on the west right of   way of Purdy Sano Road  containing 2 42 acres   tract No  13 located on the  south right of way of Pine  Top Road containing 5 97  acres  and tract No  14 lo   cated on the south right   of way of Pine Top Road  containing 5 89 acres    88 000    Putman Pulling  LLC   2518 Schoolhouse Rd    Columbia to Dennis Kin   nett  910 Lee Bob Carter  Rd   Columbia  Real estate  in Adair County described  as being located on the  northwest right of way of  Allen Schoolhouse Road  containing 1 52 acres    2 000    Hilbert Shirey and  Glenda Karen Shirey  113  Covington Cove  Winter   haven  Fla  to G and R Oil   LLC  8170 Burkesville Rd    Columbia  Real estate in  Adair County described as  being located on Harrods  Fork of Crocus Creek and  on the west side of G   Cheatham Road contain   ing 367 acres   950 700    Roy Michael Keltner  and Rita Keltner  2518  Allen Schoolhouse Rd    Columbia to Jason and  Tabatha Coomer  350 M   Coomer RD   Columbia     Real estate in Adair  County described as being  located on the intersection  of Allen Schoolhouse  Road and Denton Rooks  Road containing 2 61  acres   170 000    Ray Braynt Estate   Glenna Corbin and Travis  Corbin  10791 Knifley Rd    Knifley  Marsha Bennett  and Barry Bennett  419 E   80 Dr   Columbia  Travis  Mitchell Corbin  106  Alumni Dr   Elizabeth   town  Perry Stephen  Corbin and Rebecca Wells  Corbin  929 Stone Creek  Blvd   Ashland  Oh to Rus   sell D  Beard and Nelda  Beard  305 R  Beard Rd    Knifley  Real estate in  Adair County described as  being located approxi   mately one mile southeast  of Hwy  551 containing  5 32 acres   5 320    Ray Braynt Estate   Glenna Corbin and Travis  Corbin  10791 Knifley Rd    Knifley  Marsha Bennett  and Barry Bennett  419 E   80 Dr   Columbia  Travis  Mitchell Corbin  106  Alumni Dr   Elizabeth   town  Perry Stephen  Corbin and Rebecca Wells  Corbin  929 Stone Creek  Blvd   Ashland  Oh to Rus   sell D  Beard and Nelda  Beard  305 R  Beard Rd    Knifley  Real estate in  Adair County described as  being tract No  10 of the  Ray Bryant Heirs Divi   sion   82 442    Helen W  McKinney   1308 L  Willis Rd   Colum   bia in consideration of  love and affection to  Michael E  McKinney  119  Knox St   Columbia  Real  estate in Adair County de   scribed as being tract No   1 containing 20 acres   tract No  2 located south   east of Hwy  61 containing  V4 acre  tract No  3 con   taining 242 acres    124 400    Hollis DeHart  Peg Leg  Corporation  341 Baldett  Dr   Russell Springs   Benge Johnson and Jerry   P  Johnson 125 B  John   son Rd   Russell Springs   Aubrey Johnson and  Verta Johnson  515 West  Hwy  92  Jamestown   Hollis DeHart and Rosie  Jane DeHart  341 Baldett  Dr   Russell Springs  Mark  Allen Henry and Cynthia   Q  Henry  307 Waitsboro  Dr   Somerset  Ann Karen  Henry and Michael Karol   27 Lynbrook Rd   South   borough  Worcester  County  Mass   Laura  Henry Harris and Michael     Best Deal in Town       1 year subscription is just  15 for  Adair and surrounding counties     Renew or   subscribe   today     Subscribe online at accvonline com      Charge It   _   Call 384 9454 H    Si    L  Harris  693 Keen Wil   son Rd   Columbia to  Community Trust Bank   Inc   1218 East Broadway   Campbellsville  Real es   tate in Adair County de   scribed as being located  on the southeast side of  Hwy  55 containing 1 0525  acres   410 000    Curtis Wood and Eliza   beth Wood  6225 Knifley  Rd   Campbellsville to  Mark Timothy Willis and  Deana L  Willis  198 Wild   wood Way  Camp   bellsville  Real estate in  Adair County described as  being parcel No  1 contain   ing 17 1 acres  parcel No  2  located in the Robinson  Ridge community con   taining  862 acres    18 000    Brenda Popplewell  61  Wheet Rd   Columbia to  James Earl Corbin and  Imia Corbin  591 Wheet  Rd   Columbia  Real estate  in Adair County described  as being located approxi   mately  5 mile north of  Hwy  80 containing 1  acres   12 000    Jeffery Lee Coffey  3297  South Johnson School  Rd   Columbia to Larry S   Watson and Devella R   Watson  3455 Johnson  School Rd   Columbia   Real estate in Adair  County described as being  located 5 1 miles south  from the Adair County  Public Square containing  17 64 acres   35 000    Jessie Adams and  Loreta B  Adams  601  Crestview Loop  Columbia  to Kyle Harvey  12900  South Monitor Av   Palos  Heights  Ill  Real estate in  Adair County described as  being located on the  northwest right of way of  Hwy  206 containing  2 180 acres   35 000    Sheila Price and Robert  Price  64 Kay Dunbar Rd    Columbia to Heyward  Adams and Connie  Adams  1118 Garrett  Creek Rd   Burkesville   Real estate in Adair  County described as being  tract No  1 located on  Hwy  61 on the right of   way of Harrods Fork Cir   cle containing 9 626 acres   tract No  2 located on the  right of way of Harrods  Fork Circle containing  6 299 acres  tract No  3 lo   cated on the right of way  of Harrods Fork Circle  containing 1 069 acres    68 750         Name _     Address _     City _ j   State _Zip _     Phone   _ _ j     1 Yr     15     For Adair and Surrounding Counties Mail Payment to      All others are  19 per year Community Voice     P O  Box 159     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host an Internet  Safety Public Hearing on  Thursday  Sept  20  2012  at 6 p m  at the Adair  County Board of Education  in the boardroom  The  address is 1204  Greensburg St   Columbia   KY 42728  The school s  district s policies and cur   riculum for Internet safety  will be addressed   Students will present  Internet safety from their  perspective  For additional  information  please contact  Carla Perkins at 384 3679    NOTICE  No trespassing on  my farm on Powell s and  Crocus Creeks  All violators  will be prosecuted to the  fullest extent of the law   Signed  Billy Bloyd   NOTICE  No trespassing on  my property farm on  Oakes Road in the  Millerfield community of  Adair County  All violators  will be prosecuted to the  fullest extent of the law   Signed  Karola Grover   NOTICE  No trespassing on  the property of William  Young  437 Christine Rd    Columbia  All violators will  be prosecuted to the fullest  extent of the law    Signed  William Young    NOTICE  No trespassing on  the waters of Butlers Fork  Branch  formerly Aubrey  Wooten farm  now Darrell  Pelston farm  All trespass   ing and hunting will be  strictly prohibited  All viola   tors will be prosecuted to  the fullest extent of the  law    Signed    Darrell Pelston and family   NOTICE  No trespassing or  hunting on the property of  Joe Young  437 Christine  Rd   Columbia  Violators will  be prosecuted to the fullest  extent of the law    Signed    Joe Young   NOTICE  No trespassing on  the land of James Murphy  on Hwy  768  Violators will  be prosecuted to the fullest  extent of the law    Signed  James Murphy    EMPLOYMENT    ATTENTION  Will babysit in  my home for  65 a week   References available and  CPR certified  Call Sharon  Hamlett at 634 4836    TIRED OF COOKING  Tired  of cleaning  tired of doing  laundry  Will also sit with  you day or night   References available  Call  Caroline at 384 1986 or  250 5524    ATTENTION  Will sit with  elderly day or night  Call  299 6589    JOB WANTED  Will do  painting  fencing  farm  work or any type of handy  work  References avail   able  Call Gary at 585   1643 or 250 5062    JOB WANTED  Will sit with  elderly  and or will clean  houses  Call 849 7260    ATTENTION  Certified CNA  and experience working  with handicapped adults   Looking for work sitting  nights with the elderly  Call  250 4983     TRANSPORTATION   FOR SALE  1989 Mercedes  560 SL  convertible  hard  top  black on black   8 500   Call 384 7942    FOR SALE  2008 Chevy  Impala  64 500 miles  all  power  Dealer would charge   12 600  This one is cleaner  and nicer than any dealer   ship car and priced at   11 900 OBO  Call 634   1953    FOR SALE  2000 Buick La  Sabre  106 000 miles  good  condition  great price  Call  384 2269 or 250 1832    FOR SALE  1997 Jeep Grand  Cherokee  V 8   all power   good inside and out  will  trade for small automatic  card  Call Jerry at 6344107    FOR SALE  1996 Harley  Davidson wide glide  black  with windshield and saddle  bags   6 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looking for      Place an ad   Call 384 9454 Monday through  Friday  8 a m    5 p m   or call  384 0059  24 hours a day  7 days a  week  and leave a message with  your Trader item    Listings can also  be mailed to  P O    Box 159    Columbia  KY  42728      Have something  for sale    Sell it in the  Trader    Call Mindy at  384 9454    CUP THESE YARD SALES FOB THIS WEEKEND     ESTATE YARD SALE  Friday  Sept  14  and Saturday  Sept  15 from 8 a m     located in Knifley on Hwy  551 at 10475  Knifley Rd  Selling chest  dresser   lamps  chairs  Jim Beam bottles   Corningware  milk glass  mushroom can   ister  set of misc  accessories to match   Ray Harm prints  lots of dishes   Christmas items  riding lawn mower and  many more items too numerous to men   tion    INSIDE YARD SALE  Friday  Sept  14  and Saturday  Sept  15 from 8 30 a m  3  p m  located in Russell Springs on Hwy   1545  1 4 mile on left in front of  Russell County Elementary School   Selling children s clothes  toys  acces   sories  men s and women s clothes   antiques  furniture and many more items   Items are neat  clean and organized     YARD SALE  Saturday  Sept  15 from 7  a m    located at 409 Willis St  Selling  men s shirts  pants and jackets  women s  clothing  spice rack  microwave oven   what nots  pot holders  quilt tops and  afghans  Cancel for rain    HUGE YARD SALE  Friday  Sept  14  and Saturday  Sept  15 from 6 a m     located on Hwy  61 S   7 miles past  Wal Mart  Selling Kentucky items   clothes  John Deere comforter set  pic   tures  clothes  toys  twelve totes of new  and used Christmas items  wreath  orna   ments  items to make great gifts   Halloween  filled Easter baskets and  more  brand name women s clothes size  M XL  men s M L  boys 3T 10  girls 5 12   mostly winter  jewelry  fall arrangements   lots of household items  lots of toys and  misc  items    3 PARTY YARD SALE  Friday  Sept   14 and Saturday  Sept  15 from 7 a m     located at Clayridge Store  just past  Garrison s Construction on Hwy  61 N   Selling clothes  tools  4 wheeler  go cart   and lots of other items  Cancel for rain    YARD SALE  Saturday  Sept  15 from 7  a m    located at the Bledsoe residence on  the Adair Russell County line on Gentry  Mill Road off Hwy  E  80  3 10 mile  on the left at brown brick house  Selling  furniture  clothes  tools  primitives and  lots of household items  Held rain or  shine  Signs are posted     FREE YARD SALE SIGN  FREE YARD SALE STICKERS   FREE PLACEMENT ON TRADER PAGE  AND FREE PLACE   MENT ON WEBSITE  Pick up your yard sale sign and stickers  when you drop off your yard sale items at 316 Public Square   Call 384 9454 for more information      1 deposit for stakes but will be refunded when stakes are returned                                                         Page 16 September 13  2012 Adair County Community Voice    LUVC freshman killed in car accident in Knifley    Continued from front page   wants to admit they did  something wrong  but he  had that stature where he  came forward about it  It  made me really respect  him      One of Gibson s responsi   bilities as RA was to break  the news to the rest of the  residence hall  Gibson  called the task one of the  hardest things he s ever had  to do     When you become an  RA  you never think about  having to tell your hall  something like that    Gib   son said   You never want to  be that guy      One of Gibson s hall resi   dents that took the news es   pecially hard was Delaney  Sublett    Sublett had been good  friends with Caleb since  they were both kindergart   ners at South Green Ele   mentary School    One of Sublett s best  memories was when Caleb  came over to his house for  dinner for the first time     After dinner was over  he  went to the kitchen and  started cleaning up the  dishes  without anybody  even asking him to    Sublett  said   My mom thought that    was the most respectful  thing she had ever seen      Antonio Simmons  who  was riding in the car with  Caleb on that tragic night   only met him a few weeks  ago  but Caleb made a last   ing impression on him    It was his outgoing per   sonality that impressed him  the most     He was just funny  really  funny  and he had a really  good smile    Simmons said    If you didn t know Caleb at  the beginning of the day   you d know him by the  end      Caleb was also someone  that Simmons knew he  could count on  even if it  was just to hang out with  him for the day     We were together like  every day    Simmons said    We d play PS3  shoot ball   sit around and chill  or go  work out at the wellness  center  but the best thing  about Caleb was that he al   ways cared about other peo   ple before himself  Even if it  was his last dollar  he d  rather give it away then  spend it on himself      Caleb s death didn t just  impact those who knew  him  According to Student  Government Association  President Kendall Sewell      Caleb was only here at  Lindsey for three weeks  and  he left this big of an impres   sion here    We re really  going to miss him        LWC RA Charlie Gibson    this tragic event made the  campus  more aware of it   self       We sort of saw everyone  come together very quickly   very suddenly    Sewell said    The immense outpouring  of love and support that  we ve seen is incredible  A  lot of these people  includ   ing me  they didn t know  Caleb  but that doesn t mat   ter  The entire Lindsey Wil   son campus is just like a big   close knit family      Gibson has also been im   pressed with the support for  Caleb around campus  For  him  LWC has shown its  true colors     Caleb was only here at  Lindsey for three weeks   and he left this big of an im   pression here    Gibson said      The Sparky s Cru   sade Concert raised  more than  5 000 for  Crusade for Chil   dren  The concert  was held in honor of  fallen firefighter  Charles Sparks   Above  the Sparks  family enjoys visit   ing with other  guests  Right  Robin  Spoon holds up a  shirt designed for  the event           iit r     The annual Homeplace  Fall Heritage Festival  brought in a crowd de   spite the early morning  rain  Above  Joseph  Payne drove many of  the area children such  as Coy Price  5  around  in the  kiddie train    throughout the day   Right  the musical group   Foster Children   was  one of the many groups  that performed       It really goes to show  everyone  no matter who  you are  you are an impor   tant person  Think about it   Caleb was only here three  weeks  and this tragedy  rocked us all to our founda   tions  We re all really going  to miss him      While he knew Caleb  somewhat  Gibson s biggest  regret is not getting to know  Caleb better     You see an empty bed  in  Caleb s room   and there s    just something missing     Gibson said   I m just mad  at myself because I didn t  get to know him  really  It s  my job to get to know my  residents  and I didn t do  that well enough for Caleb      Capps was signed on to  play baseball for the  Raiders in the spring    THE ACCIDENT   The car accident occurred  at 10 08 p m  on Thursday  of last week  Capps was  traveling north on Hwy  551  in the Knifley community in  a 2004 Chevy truck  The  truck left the roadway   struck a guardrail and over   turned several times  Capps  was not wearing a seatbelt  and was ejected from the  vehicle  He was pronounced  dead at the scene by Adair  County Deputy Coroner  David Taylor    There were three passen   gers in the vehicle  Jessica  Mikel  18  of Louisville  was  flown from Westlake Re     gional Hospital to Univer   sity of Kentucky Hospital  and was released the follow   ing day  Jessica Burba  17   of Louisville  was flown  from the scene to University  of Louisville Hospital and  was listed in serious condi   tion late last week  Neither  girls were wearing their  seatbelts    Simmons  18  of Radcliff   was also in the vehicle  He  was wearing his seatbelt  and was not injured    Kentucky State Police re   ported that alcohol is be   lieved to be a contributing  factor to the accident     Whatever they read or  hear or say  he wasn t like  that  that wasn t him    Sub   lett said   He was such a  great role model  He was  courageous  he was brave   there are a lot of words to  describe him  Reckless is  not one of them      By John Overby  john overby lindsey edu    Community enjoys Homeplace    Sparky s Crusade Concert     Caleb Capps died from injuries sustained in an accident last Thursday night on  Hwy  551  He was driving this 2004 Chevy pickup when he ran off the road  struck  a guardrail and overturned on a steep embankment     r    YOU ARE INVITED TO THE   I P MMUTl   for            CANDIDATE FOR    l    CIRCUIT JUDGE    Friday  Sept  14 th    6 p m    Adair County Fairgrounds     Live music by John  Capps and  Easton Bryant      Free Food       und of Brian Wright   treasurer                                                          

Adair county community voice, 2012-09-13

16 pages, edition 01

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   Adair County (The Pennyrile Region)