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Lo 65?      ? ?Cincinnati?  s  Funniest Man?    coming to Augusta  Page 6     The Bracken County News   PUBLISHED IN BRACKEN COUNTY  BY BRACKEN COUNTIANS  FOR BRACKEN COUNTIANS IN THE COUNTY SEAT    Volume LXXXVIli Number 11 Brooksville  Kentucky Thursday  June 15  2017 Single Copy   500    Craft?  n on Main this weekend    Our Primitive Cor?   ner in Germantown will be  sponsoring the 2nd Annual  Craft?  n on Main on Satur?   day  June 17th from 9 a m   to 7 p m  and Sunday  June  18th from 10 a m  to 5 p m    In addition to craft ven?   dors and great food  there  will be live Bluegrass and  Country Musical perfor?   mances by Mr  Timmy    friends  Kenny Courtney   Brandi Mae  Pat Feagan  Da?   vid James   the gang  and  Cathie Insko    WoodmenLife will spon?   sor a Baby Show on Sunday   June 18th  from 12 30 2 30  p m  at the Germantown  Community Center  There  is a  5 registration fee and  registration begins at 11 45  a m  Each age class will be  awarded 1st  2nd  and 3rd  place prizes and each baby  will receive a WoodmenLife  Goody Bag  Age classes in?   clude newborn to 6 months   7 to 12 months  13 to 18  months  and 19 to 24 months  for girls and boys    Franny?  s Dog Show will  take place Sunday at 2 p m  at  the Ball Park Shelter House   Entry fee is  2 per dog  per  class  All first place winners  will return for Class  10   Best of Show  Dogs must be  6 months old and kept on a  leash  No Pit Bulls please   Classes include Smallest  Dog  Costume class  Largest  Dog  Mutts   no purebreds     Labradors   purebreds  Pret?   tiest Dog   no costume  Your  Favorite Breed   purebred   Shih Tzus  and Best Trick  Dog  Contact Franny Thom?   as at 606 375 2627 for more  information    There will also be a Viet?   nam Museum in German?   town for the weekend    For questions or more  information of the two day  event contact Dwayne Sharp  at 606 375 5011    Proceeds will be donat?   ed to the Kentucky Wounded  Heroes Project    Youth Fishing  Tournament  Sat   June 24 th   Bracken Co  Fish    Game Club will sponsor a  Youth Fishing Tournament  on Sat   June 24th at Willow  Farm Center in memory of  Leland Bowles  Fish any?   where with permission from  6 a m    11 30 a m   must  check in by 12 00 noon  and  weigh in is at 12 30 p m  Par?   ticipants must be 5   15 years  old  and must catch their own  fish  Family and friends can  help bait hooks and cast  Tro?   phies and door prizes will be  awarded  Youth can only win  one trophy and must be pres?   ent to win    For more info contact  James Beckett 606 782 3162  or B J  Moore 606 782   1500      Following in Dad?  s Footsteps        In cities and towns all    across America  sons fol?   low in their father?  s foot?   steps for career paths  fra?   ternity and organization  affiliations  and hobbies   But nowhere is the im?   pact of these footsteps felt  more than in small towns   In Bracken County those  footsteps are filled from  generation to generation  to generation in the Volun?   teer Fire Departments of  Augusta  Brooksville  and  Germantown  The Hesters  of Brooksville are just one  of those families    The late Terry Hes?   ter was a member of the  Brooksville Volunteer Fire  Department for over 20  years  He instilled the love  he and his wife  Joyce   have for their community  into their children  Craig   Mary  Hester and Tricia   Kevin  Nesbitt  and their  grandchildren  Tyler  Jai?   me  Kyle  and Jacob  Ter?   ry was followed into this  community service by his  son  Craig    At the age of 16 Craig  joined the Brooksville Vol?   unteer Fire Department  and has himself served  the community for 20 plus  years  Not only does he  work with the fire depart?   ment  he works a full time    Pictured left to right are Craig   Tyler  and the late Terry Hester    job at Clopay and serves the  citizens of Brooksville as  their Mayor  Craig and wife  Mary have two children  Ty?   ler  Tessa  Hester and Jaime   Silas  Liess  and two grand?   sons    When Tyler turned 18  he  followed in his father?  s and  grandfather?  s footsteps as  the third generation of Hester  men to join the Brooksville  Volunteer Fire Department     Tyler also followed in his  father?  s footsteps when he  took a job at Clopay in Au?   gusta  Tyler  a 2010 gradu?   ate of Bracken County High  School  has two sons  He and  wife Tessa are now expect?   ing a little girl  Ironically  all  three Hester men also share  working at the Brooksville  IGA store in common  Terry  worked at Faul?  s IGA  while  Craig and Tyler have worked    Photo provided   for Lee?  s IGA    It is through the fol?   lowing of the footsteps  of our fathers and grand?   fathers that we learn not  only about the importance  of serving our community  but also the importance of  family and the traditions  that have helped to make  our county one of the best  small town communities in  Kentucky     Miller elected President of  KY Building Materials Assoc     New President Craig Miller is shown above with outgoing President Eddie Master son  of Buzick Lumber  Bardstown  Photo submitted    The Kentucky Build?   ing Materials Associa?   tion Annual Meeting of  Members was held dur?   ing the Awards Banquet at  the 112th Annual KBMA  Convention and Product  Expo held in Covington   KY  May 3 rd   2017  During  the meeting  Craig Miller   Miller Lumber Company   Augusta  KY  was elected  President of the KBMA for  a 1 year term  He will also  serve on the KBMA Exec?   utive Committee    Craig Miller works for  the family business  Miller    Lumber Company  in Augus?   ta  KY  He graduated from  Transylvania University with  a B  A  in Finance in 2000   He is also a graduate of the  Kentucky Entrepreneurial  Coaches Institute  He at?   tends St  Augustine Catholic  Church    Mr  Miller is a chair?   man of the Augusta  Brooks?   ville  Bracken Co  Indus?   trial Authority  the Bracken  Co  Democratic Executive  Committee and the Bracken  County Work Ready Com?   munity Committee  He is  a member of the Kentucky    Association for Economic  Development    Mr  Miller is married  to Amy K  Miller  a speech  pathologist at Augusta In?   dependent Schools  They  have two sons  Grayson  and Griffin  and a daughter   Sophie    Kentucky Building  Materials Association?  s  mission since 1906 is to  promote the Kentucky  Lumber and Business Ma?   terials Industry through  education  information  ad?   vocacy and cooperation     Organizations team up  for Men?  s Health Month    To celebrate the Men?  s  Health Month  Bracken  County Health Department   along with Men?  s Health  Network  the Congressional  Men?  s health Caucus  and  hundreds of other local and  national organizations will  launch an awareness cam?   paign    The goal  Educate the  public about the many pre?   ventable health problems  that affect men and boys   and empower them and their  loved ones to move towards  a healthier  happier life    Men die five years  younger than women  on av?   erage  and die at higher rates  for nine of the Top Ten causes  of death  Men are the major?   ity of workplace injuries  less  likely to be insured  and far  less likely to see a doctor for  preventative care  All of this  impacts their ability to be an  involved father  supportive  husband  and engaged mem?   ber of their community    ? ?This year continues to  be a pivotal one for men?  s  health   new guidance on  prostate cancer screenings  and the declining mortality  rates for large groups of men  means awareness and educa?   tion is paramount ?   says Ana  Fadich  Vice President at  Men?  s Health Network    Throughout June will be  hundreds of events across the  country and around the globe  hosted by churches  private  business  civic organiza?   tions  government agencies   fraternities  and other orga?   nizations    This year also marks  the 23rd Anniversary of Na?   tional Men?  s Health Week   NMHW   passed by Con?     gress and signed into law by  President Clinton in 1994  It  started Monday  June 12  and  ends on Father?  s Day  June  18  2017  Additional support  comes from governors and  mayors who issue proclama?   tions for Men?  s Health Week  in their jurisdictions    You can also find more  information on a variety of  health issues at the Men?  s  Health Resource Center   www MensHealthResource   Center com and health pro?   files of men and boys in each  state can be found at www   stateofimenshealth com    4 H Trap Shoot  fundraiser  Sun   June 18th   The Bracken Co  4 H  Hillbilly Big Shots boosters  will hold an open Trap  Shoot on Sunday  June 18th  beginning at noon  The  money raised will be used  for shooting supplies and  event entries    The Trap Shoot will be  held at Target Ridge located  on A A Highway  From the  intersection of AA Highway   HWY 9  and HWY 19  go  West 3 4 mile on AA and  look for the White Target  Ridge sign on the left  Take  gravel drive up to the range    There will be a 50  pay  back on all Target Races   10  Clay Targets  Buddy Protec?   tions and ending with a 50  Target Calcutta   Conces?   sions will be sold  The trap  shoot is open to the public   Come out and help sup?   port the local 4 H Shooting  Sports  For more info call  859 630 9297     Halloran speaker  for Homemaker  Annual Meeting   Thurs   June 22 nd     The Bracken County  Homemakers will host the  71 st Annual Homemaker  meeting on Thursday  June  22 nd at 6 p m  Jenny Rice  of the Parkview Inn will be  catering the event and cost to  attend is  15 per person    The guest speaker for  the evening will be Mrs   Cathy Halloran  Mrs Hal?   loran is the Founder  Presi?   dent  and Survivor of Chicks    Chucks  Inc  She was  diagnosed with breast can?   cer in 2001 and formed the  non profit organization in  2006  She initially set a goal  to raise  50 000 by the time  she turned 50  She began to  do stand up comedy shows  to help achieve the goal  Her  show sold out five times and  she surpassed the goal  Now  she is a hit  packing houses  wherever she goes    Call the Bracken County  Extension Office at 606 735   2141 to reserve a spot                                                             2   THE BRACKEN COUNTY NEWS  Thurs   June 15  2017      The Bracken County News     USPS 062 640  Published Weekly For   Bracken County     20 00   In State     25 00   Out of State     30 00   Per Year by   The Bracken County News  P O  Box 68  Brooksville  Ky  41004   606  735 2198  brackencountynews gmail com  Single Issue Rate 50 4   Periodicals postage paid Brooksville  Ky  41004 0068  Postmaster send address change to  Bracken County News  P O  Box 68  Brooksville  Ky  41004 0068  COPY DEADLINE  5 P M  MONDAY     Kathy L  Bay  Publisher Adv  Manager  Lynn Darnell  Editor   Amy Meyer  Office   Classified Adv  Manager  Teron Bay  Advertising Sales  Megan Bradley  Graphic Artist      DISTRICT COURT   Heard on Tues   June 6   2017 by District Court Judge  Jeffrey L  Schumacher    Barnhart  Nathan R    1   speeding  15 m p h  over the  limit   2  driving on suspend?   ed revoked license   3  fail?   ure to notify DOT of address  change  continued to 6 20    Biven  Terry Glenn   1   assault  4th degree  dating vio?   lence  no visible injury  con?   tinued to 6 20    Blackley  Justin Lee   1   DUI  aggravator  1st offense     2  possession of open alco?   holic beverage container in  motor vehicle   3  wanton en   dangerment  2nd degree   4   license to be in possession   failed to appear  continued to  6 13    Clouse  Jr   Charles Chris?   topher   1  DUI  1st offense   amended to 2nd offense  con?   tinued to 8 8    Gibbs  James Weslee   2   disorderly conduct  2nd de?   gree  failed to appear  bench  warrant issued    Hall  Joshua K    1  hin?   dering prosecution or appre?   hension  2nd degree  contin?   ued to 6 13    Hampton  David I    1   speeding  16 m p h  over the  limit   2  DUI  1st offense   amended to 2nd offense  con?   tinued to 12 5    Heighton  Michael An?   thony   1  speeding  15 m p h   over the limit   2  DUI  1st of?   fense  amended to 1st offense   aggravated  continued to 6 20    Henderson  James E    1   leaving the scene of an ac?   cident failure to render aid or  assistance   2  failure of non   owner operator to maintain re?   quired insurance  1st offense     3  driving on suspended re?   voked license  continued to  6   20     Herald  James Everett   1   no expired registration plates    2  DUI  1st offense  contin?   ued to 7 11    Hubbard  Matthew M     1  no expired KY registra?   tion receipt  guilty   100 fine   no expired registration plates   merged with count 1   3  im?   proper display of registration  plates  merged with count 1     4  failure to register transfer  of motor vehicle  merged with  count 1   5  failure of non   owner operator to maintain re?   quired insurance  1st offense   guilty   500 fine   400 c d  2  years    Huff  Jason W    1  driv?   ing while license suspended  for DUI  3rd or greater of?   fense  amended to driving on  suspended license  continued  to 6 20    Hutchison  Jr   Anthony  W    1  reckless driving  guilty    25 fine   2  possession of  marijuana  guilty   250 fine   jail 30 days  c d  2 years   3   drug paraphernalia  buy pos?   session  guilty   250 fine  jail  60 days  c d  2 years   4  fail?   ure of non owner operator to  maintain required insurance   1st offense  guilty   500 fine    400 c d  2 years    Johnson  Susan Allison    1  speeding  22 m p h  over    District  Court News    the limit  continued to 6 20    Maitz  Christina J    1   speeding  10 m p h  over the  limit  traffic school    McAvoy  Amy Ann   1   failure of owner to maintain  required insurance security   1st offense  continued to 6 13    Robinson  Anthony   1   assault  4th degree  domestic  violence  no visible injury     2  violation of conditions of  release  summons issued for  attorney to appear 6 13    Smith  Terry W    1  crim?   inal mischief  2nd degree   amended to 3rd offense  con?   tinued to 12 12    Stephenson  Timothy  Robert   1  speeding  23 m p h   over the limit  guilty   60 fine   costs   2  failure to produce  insurance card  dismissed with  proof   3  driving with expired  license  dismissed with proof    Thomas  Bradley   1   driving on suspended revoked  license   2  failure of non   owner operator to maintain re?   quired insurance  1st offense     3  failure to wear seat belts   continued to 7 11    Went  Crystal Lynn   1   speeding  17 m p h  over the  limit  guilty   34 fine  costs    2  failure of non owner op?   erator to maintain required  insurance  1st offense  guilty    500 fine   400 c d  2 years    Wolfe  Melissa   1  driv?   ing on suspended revoked li?   cense   2  failure of non owner  operator to maintain required  insurance  1st offense   3   no expired registration plates   continued to 6 13    Colemire  Randall K    show cause  deferred install   mentpayment  owes  3648 25   continued to 6 20    Hendrixson  Cali Jo  show  cause  deferred installment  payment  owes  773  failed to  attend  bench warrant issued    Hester  Alvin H   show  cause  deferred installment  payment  owes  518  contin?   ued to 10 3    Lanter  Joshua R   show  cause  deferred installment  payment  owes  173  failed to  appear  bench warrant issued    Memory  Charles  show  cause  deferred installment  payment  owes  168  failed to  appear  bench warrant issued    Pack  Kenneth P   show  cause  deferred installment  payment  owes  208  failed to  appear  bench warrant issued    Phillips  Taylor M   show  cause  deferred installment  payment  paid in full    Ridpath  Carl E   show  cause  deferred installment  payment  owes  173  failed to  appear  bench warrant issued    Roush  Gerald Russell   show cause  deferred install?   ment payment  owes  333   failed to appear  bench war?   rant issued    Saffell  Kevin J   show  cause  deferred installment  payment  owes  1268  failed  to appear  bench warrant is?   sued    Sizemore  Steven K    show cause  deferred install   ment payment  owes  868   failed to appear  bench war?   rant issued     Be a Holiday  Hero at the  Clopay Blood  Drive in Augusta  Tues   June 27th   The need for blood  doesn?  t take a holiday  Acci?   dents  surgeries  cancer ther?   apies  and disease treatments  continue year round  even  during the days surrounding  4th of July festivities when  blood donations often take a  dip    To help ensure a strong  holiday blood supply  Ken?   tucky blood Center  KBC  is  inviting everyone to roll up  their sleeves and be a sum?   mer lifesaver  Area donors  are invited to he Holiday He   ores at the upcoming blood  drive at Clopay on Tuesday   June 27th  The KBC Blood   mobile will be at 531 East  Fourth Street in Augusta  from 2 6 p m    Walk ins are welcome   but appointments can be  made by visiting kyblood   center org and clicking on  the donor Login button at  the bottom of the page or by  calling 800 775 2522  ext   3758    As a thank you  everyone  who registers to donate will  receive a special Holiday  Hero T shirt  Also  anyone  18 years and older who reg?   isters to give blood will be  automatically entered to win  a 2017 Toyota Highlander   The Highlander give a way  runs June 1st to September  8th    Blood donors must be 17  years old  16 with parental  consent   weigh at least 110  pounds and be in general  good health  Donors must  also show a photo I D  with  first and last name  like a  state issued driver?  s license   Sixteen year old donors  must have a signed parental  permission slip  which can  be found at kybloodcenter   org      Need a vacation   Need a loan   We?  ll make it   butter for you   Call or stop by today     First 1154 US Hwy  68   Financial Maysvme  ky   Credit 606 564 4642    Tree Identification  Book from the  Arbor Day  Foundation  Helps People  Identify Tree  Species   The Arbor Day Founda?   tion has a book that helps  people identify trees in a  simple  step by step pro?   cess  The book  What Tree  Is That   is available for a   5 donation to the nonprofit  tree planting organization    What Tree Is That  is a  fun  easy to use tree identi?   fication guide that features  hand drawn botanical il?   lustrations highlighting the  distinctive characteristics of  many tree species    Nature lovers and pro?   fessional arborists alike have  called this pocket field guide  a must have  user friendly  resource  Its beautiful  full   color illustrations are in pre?   cise detail and depict natural  colors  shapes  and textures  so users can make a positive  species identification in just  a few easy steps    The Arbor Day Founda?   tion offers this book to help  people identify trees through?   out the Eastern and Central  regions of the United States   What Tree Is That  uses a  unique step by step approach  for identifying the species of  each tree  explaining what to  look for in the shape of the  leaves  differences in the leaf  stems and twig structures   and specific characteristics  of fruits  flowers  buds  and  bark    ? ?Our What Tree Is  That  Pocket guide is an  ideal resource for develop?   ing a greater appreciation for  trees ?   said Matt Harris  chief  executive of the Arbor Day  Foundation  ? ?The Arbor Day  Foundation strives to help  people enjoy and appreciate  trees  and we feel our pocket  field guide will do just that ?     What Tree is That  is  also available as an online  interactive version at arbor   day  org    To obtain a tree identi?   fication guide in full color   send your name  address  and   5 for each guide to What  Tree Is That   Arbor Day  Foundation  100 Arbor Ave    Nebraska City  NE 68410   You can also order the book  online at arborday org      FBLA CAMP    Lights  Camera  Action    June 7 9  2017    OMUWMJWflO?     gnrn rrmAOXTi    Aj      Bracken FBLA Officers attend  Leadership Development Camp        i    This summer  nine  members and their ad?   viser  Tracy Florer  of the  Bracken County Chapter  of FBLA attended Leader?   ship Development Camp  from June 7 9 in Hardins   burg  Kentucky  During  camp  the FBLA members  participated in a variety of  activities ranging from of?   ficer preparation classes  and workshops to karaoke  and recreational athletics    Bracken County grad?     uates and former FBLA of?   ficers  Ashlee Florer Shugars  and Todd Jefferson  were  Camp Directors for the  week and Korbin Florer was  the Recreational Director   Bracken County was well  represented at camp       The theme for the week  was ? ?Our Future Starts  Now ?   and the campers en?   joyed a Hollywood theme   This year  as always  was a  fun and educational experi?   ence for the officers  Makay     la Jefferson?  s team won the  ? ?Movie Twist?   Oscar and  Jimmy Poe?  s team took  home the coveted gold  mug for winning the recre?   ational activities    Members attending  camp included from left to  right  front row  Macy Ruf   Riley Boling  Makayla Jef?   ferson  and Haylee Hard?   ing  Back row  Chelsea  Cox  Sarah Crouch  Jimmy  Poe  Emma Schultz  and  Aryah Myrick      25 5 Gross HP  3 Cylinder Kubota Diesel Engine  HST Transmission ?   Category 1 3 Point Hitch    ?   23 Gross HP  3 Cylinder Kubota Diesel Engine   ?   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Tabitha s Tidbits  Compiled by  The Bracken County  Historical Society    From The Bracken  County News  May 22  1947  Jurors Named  For June Term  To the Sheriff  of Bracken County   GREETINGS    You are commanded to  summon the following named  persons to appear and answer  as GRAND JURORS for the  Bracken Circuit Court on the  first day of the next JUNE  TERM  June 9 th   1947    Jesse Owen  Mrs  Tom  Power  Gilbert Marsh  John  Rigg  Raymond Ernst  Mrs   Chas  Insko  R  C  Meyers   Everett Brothers  Thurman  Clayton  H  L  McCane  Mrs   Claude Lea  Morford Hedge   cock  Mike Bonfield  Nellie  Askins  T  M Galloway  How?   ard King  Mrs  Chas  Hamil?   ton  Robert Gerhard  Dexter  Meyer  Emery Story  and Jerry  Holleran    Also  the following to ap?   pear and answer as PETIT JU?     RORS for the Bracken Circuit  Court on the SECOND DAY  of its next JUNE TERM  June  10 th   1947    Jed Haley  Jesse Hitt  Mrs   S  B  Ellis  Mrs  William McK   ibben  Victor Gilligan  Elmo  Marshall  Claude McCracken   Pearl Hamilton  Stephen D   Hook  Ellis Hardy  Fay Jett   G  T  Wiggins  Allen Robert?   son  Mrs  Freeman Kurtz  Jas?   per Ernst  Chas  Hedgecock   Ray Mingua  Arthur Haley   Calvert Cayse  Wilbur Moor?   head  Tom Casey  Fred Kalb   Mrs  Joe Federer  R  D  King   A  A  Butler  S  I  Pope  Chas   King  Hugh Cubberly  Omar  Bess  J  J  Routt  Mrs  Russell  Fryman  Jesse Galbraith  Mrs   G  T  Gaunce  Marshall Peck   rell  Clark Gannon  and Fred  Strausbaugh    Witness  Dewey Cum?   mins  Clerk of said Court  this  20 th day of May 1947   Dewey Cummins  Clerk   Bracken Circuit Court    Wright to celebrate 85 th birthday    The family of Hilda  Moore Wright invites you to  join them in celebrating their  mother and grandmother?  s  85 th birthday    Hilda was bom on June  13 1932 to Emery and Chris   tena Moore  She is a life long  resident of the Caddo com?   munity    She is the mother of  Keith Wright of Caddo and  Kay Wright of Lexington   and grandmother of Michael  Springate of Lexington and  Matthew Springate  wife  Juana  of London  England    Hilda graduated from  Butler High School  received  her undergraduate degree in  Education from the Universi?   ty of Kentucky  and Master?  s  in Education Degree from  Northern Kentucky Univer?   sity    She taught several gen?   erations of Pendleton County  children in her work as an  elementary teacher at Butler   Mt  Auburn  and Northern     Elementary Schools    Following her retirement  from teaching  Hilda has  continued to contribute to  the community through her  work with Pendleton County  Homemakers and her church   Pine Grove United Meth?   odist  Each member of her  family has been a recipient  of one or more of her beauti?   fully crafted quilts    To help her celebrate   greetings may be sent to Hil?   da Wright  4309 Concord   Caddo Road  Falmouth  KY  41040      Thoughts and Meditations  from the Scriptures      jp WoodmenLife   Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Agency    l A   ?   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Financial Security    Clarification    Information provided for  the article on A J  Hamilton  was a collaborative effort  by several members of the  Bracken County Historical  Society  including Mary Jane  Lucas who organized the  information into an article     From Our Files    50 years ago   June 15 1967   Dr  J M  Stevenson  who  has practiced medicine in  Bracken and adjoining coun?   ties for the past 50 years while  residing and keeping his office  in Brooksville  was honored  Monday night by the Brooks?   ville Lions Club    Little Betty Jean  6 yr   old daughter of Mr    Mrs   C  Franklin Colemire  was se?   verely injured when she fell  into a washing machine  The  accident occurred about 11  a m  Sunday when she was sent  to get a wash rag and climbed  on top the washer  which was  not running  and fell astride a  sharp blade  sustaining deep  lacerations    DEATHS  Mr  Wallace Wil?   son  Mrs  Elizabeth ? ?Betty?    Meenach Hopkins  Mr  Albert  Savage    30 years ago   June 18  1987   Ivard Goodwin ? ?Daddy  Good?   is the first in German?   town to have tomatoes from  his garden for the past three  consecutive years    The family of Clyde    Parker gathered at his home  in Lenoxburg on May 17 to  honor him with a surprise 75th  birthday celebration    BIRTHS  a son  Jonathan Aus?   tin  bom to Mr    Mrs  Steve  Gifford    DEATHS  Mr  Michael Gas?   ser  Mr  ToddFrazee Stapleton   Mr  William C  ? ?Bill?   Wilson   Mrs  Ludie Wood Hause  Mr   Noah Colvin England    10 years ago   June 21  2007   Bracken Co  Relay for  Life was held Friday evening   June 15th at BCHS football  field  The Relay raised close  to  37 000    On June 5th on the campus  of Kentucky Christian Univer?   sity  Grayson  KY   Jeremy  Hardymon  a 2007 graduate  of AHS  signed his commit?   ment letter to play basketball   Jeremy is the son of Mark and  Sue Hardymon    DEATHS  Mr  James Haley   Mr  Robert Thomas Mitchell   Mr  Bradley Allen Cooper   Mrs  Ruth Bell Graham      ?   Clothes     New With Tags or Gently Used   ?   Home Decor  ?   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Luke 9 23 NIV   Both gospels stress that ? ?taking up your cross?   is an act of  self denial  that one must renounce one?  s selfish interests  and put the interests of God and your fellow man first  In  everyday life that means putting up with the many things  that annoy you  and we have many opportunities to do this  every day  From people imposing on us at home  at work   and at school  to putting up with the annoying habits of  our families and friends  we can daily take up our cross  and emulate the long suffering forbearance of Jesus  even  if we aren?  t literally carrying a cross  And it probably  helps to keep in mind that these crosses we bear are minor  inconveniences which aren?  t destined to kill us  unlike the  cross which Jesus bore    Christopher Simon      For whoever wants to save their life will lose it  but  whoever loses their life for me will save it  ?   ?  Luke 9 24  NIV     Saturday  June 24   10 00 a m    We will sell the following items for TONY   JOYCE  FRANZEN with Rita Burkart acting as Legal Guardian   The auction will be held at the Franzen farm located at  2314 Wagoner Rd   California  KY 41007    1961 Ford 4000 Diesel Tractor  John Deere Round Baler  Serial  E00457X321376  John Deere 275 9?   Hay Mower   McHale Hay Wrapper  991BC  Kuhn Manure Spreader   Kuhn 8?   Hay Disc Mower  3 Round Bale Squeezer  10 ft   International ground disc  6 ft  bogg disc  scraper blade   Brown cattle fifth wheel trailer  2 hay elevators  3 blade  plow  4 blade plow  potato plow  homemade hydraulic  splitter  2 grain wagons  Ford hay rake  grain elevator   new Troy Built rototiller  older Troy Built rototiller  two  fertilizer spreaders  acetylene oxygen torch set  blue bush  hog  50 gallon air compressor  welder  hay wagon  Stihl  chainsaw model  009L serial  251196672  two Homelite  chainsaws  hay spear  8?   cultipacker  Diehard portable 2  wheel model  200 71230  American Farmland grain feeder   old grain feeder  2?   tube gates  4 12?   gates  6 16?   gates  1 16  with built in swinging gate  two metal pipe grain feeders   1 8?   drill  post driver for tractor  Kubota diesel farm ATV   250 gallon diesel fuel tank with hand pump  400 gallon  water hauling tank  500 gallon water trough  24?   fiberglass  ladder  blue boom  green cattle trailer  3 complete fern  crates  approximately 500 tobacco sticks  Craftsman tools   Hobart meat grinder  meat sheer  two sausage stuffers   goetta pan  scolding trough  Biro vertical electric meat  saw  Wells portable electric meat saw  manual meat saw   butchering tools  lard press  turkey fryer with LP gas stand   and a wagonload of good tools  Also  2 scissor lifts  25?    Marklift with platform  20?   Genie lift with platform     Furniture  Sanyo TV  Burgundy leather couch  86  inches  and Burgundy recliner  corner hutch  roll top desk  and other small household items  Ladies come and look   Some pictures are available on www poerealty com    An auction like this doesn?  t come along very often   Please visit poerealty com to see pictures of some of the  items  Lunch will be served     PERRY POE ?   Auctioneer   BROOKSVILLE  KY      606   735 3176     AUCTIONEERS    JOE GOECKE   ERIC FEGAN  www poerealty  com    IS SOMEONE YOU LOVE HAVING A BIRTHDAY    Why not ? ?SURPRISE?   them with a Birthday Greeting  in the next edition of the Bracken County News    Call 606 735 2198 TODAY          PROPERTY   CASUALTY  INSURANCE   HOMES ?   SINGLE   DOUBLEWIDES  ?   BARNS ?   OUTBUILDINGS ?   FARM  TRACTORS   EQUIPMENT   PERSONAL   FARM LIABILITY    Call 859 654 3962    Pendleton County   FARMERS?   FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY     38 FARMERS LN   FALMOUTH  KY 41040    Are you or a loved one  confused about Medicare     The State Health Insur?   ance Assistance Program   SHIP  provides free unbi?   ased information  counseling   and enrollment assistance    There are 2 main ways  to get Medicare    Original Medicare con?   sists of Part A  Hospital   and Part B  Medical  which  are provided by the federal  government  You can also  choose a Medicare Replace?   ment plan  also known as  Part C or Advantage Plans   Replacement plans are of?   fered in certain regions from  private insurance companies  and must provide at least the  benefits of Original Medi?   care    With Original Medi?   care you?  ll pay a share of  the costs  What you pay  depends upon your contri?   butions during the time you  worked and your present fi?   nancial situation  SHIP coun?   selors are able to assist with  applications for financial  assistance programs such  as the Low Income Subsidy  ? ?Extra Help?   program and  the Medicare Savings Plan  programs    Medicare supplemen?   tal policies  also known as  Medigap policies  pay all  or some of the remaining  portion for which you are  responsible  Supplemental  plans can help with coinsur?   ances  deductibles  and other  expenses not covered by  Original Medicare    Prescription drug cov?   erage  Part D  helps with  prescription drug costs   You can enroll in a stand?   alone Part D plan to accom?   pany your Original Medi?   care coverage  If you have a  Medicare Replacement plan   Part C  you will not be able  to sign up for Supplemental  plans or Prescription Drug  Plans as most Medicare Re?   placement plans include pre?   scription drug coverage     The Initial Enrollment  Period  IEP  is your first  chance to enroll in Medi?   care  This seven month pe?   riod begins three months be?   fore your 65 th birthday month  and closes three months after  your birthday month  Cover?   age can start as early as the  first of your birthday month   unless you were born on the  first in which case your cov?   erage can begin the prior  month  If you miss your IEP   you will have to wait until  the General Enrollment Pe?   riod  GEP   Your coverage  will be delayed and you may  accrue penalties for late en?   rollment    Review your choices  once a year  You can make  changes every year during  the Medicare Open Enroll?   ment Period  OEP   Oct 15 th  through Dec 7 th   In some  cases you may be able to  enroll in or switch plans dur?   ing a Special Election Period   SEP  if you experience a  qualifying life event    Medicare can be com?   plicated but help is avail?   able    Call your local State  Health Insurance Assistance  Program  SHIP  Coordinator  to schedule an appointment  or visit your Public Library  on these days    Mary Sue Tucker 606   564 7084 or 1 877 564   7084   Information dates and  location    Thursday  June 15 th   9  a m    12 p m    Lewis Coun?   ty Public Library  Thursday   June 22 nd   9 a  m    12 p m      Robertson County Pub?   lic Library  Thursday  June  29 th   9 a m    12 p m    Flem?   ing County Public Library   Thursday  July 13 th   9 a m    12 p m    Mason County  Public Library  Thursday   July 20 th   9 a m    12 p m      Bracken County Public  Library       301 E  Fourth Street ?   Augusta  Kentucky  www mhfuneralhome  com     Tinys Wallpaper    Variety Shop  US 52 ?   Ripley  OH    Lots of wallpaper    border on SALE      A FA s and Fhat Store     937 392 4627     For all your  floral needs    128 Main St  Augusta  Ky 41002    ?  606 756 2821 E     Maysville  Monument Works   1515 Forest Avenue ?   Maysville   606 564 5859   Harmon Monument Since 1852    Owners   Derek    Bethany Harmon                                                                                                                 4   THE BRACKEN COUNTY NEWS  Thurs   June 15  2017     Everyone is welcome to  come and praise our Lord  and Savior    Faith Masters is  celebrating her 12th birthday   We love you    Ron Foley brought our  SS lesson on ? ?What Do We  Want ?   Romans 8 1 11   To live forever we must let  Jesus live in us now  Next  week?  s lesson ? ?Made Alive?     Ephesians 2 1 10    Jane Nelson played a  peppy and a favorite song of  ours ? ?I?  ll Fly Away?      We were also blessed  by Homer Burton singing  ? ?I Want You To Meet My  Friend?   and ? ?How Great  Thou Art?    He played these  on his guitar  Great job  Homer in singing for the  Lord    Bro  Jackie?  s message  was ? ?Faith Of The  Centurion?    Matthew 8 5 13   Just like the Centurion  we  too have to believe  trust  and  put our faith in God    Remember in prayer   Each name on the prayer  list and always each other   Sandy and Albert Blevins   Jay Colemire  hospital   Red  Fryman  Claireen Highfield   Fannie Lou Hedgecock   Diane Hargett  fell   Ruth  Nickerson  test   Billy  Harrison  knee surgery  pending for replacement    Dewey Harrison  back  scar tissue   unable to  work   Billy Reckers  knee  problems   Dale Young   ulceration on foot     We had our church picnic  at the Augusta Park and  had special music by  Zack  Shelton and 64 to Grayson?     Their music was wonderful   We had a large crowd and  delicious food  One little lady  that is going on 93 blessed us  with singing ? ?I?  ll Be Good   I Don?  t Want To Go To  Bed ?    This was sung by the  precious Audrey McKinney   She loves to sing and does  a great job  Her daughter   Carol Polley  is also very  gifted in singing   playing  so many instruments  There  was plenty of laughing and  splashing in the pool  Poor  Angie McKinney    Jordan  seemed to be picking on  her all day and having fun   Jonathan and Lucas Puccini  got an invitation to assist Zack  Shelton in playing on stage   They did a great job  Then  came swimming   off they  went with their grandmother  Sherry Henderson  We are  ready for another picnic     TIRE wmu     See us for Quality  Tire Sales   Services    Maysville  Ky   416 US 68   606 759 5302   Vanceburg  Ky  ?   606 759 5302  Flemingsburg  Ky  ?   606 849 8473  www tireworldonline com tfc    GREETINGS FROM  ST  JAMES  by Caroline Jefferson   Congratulations and  blessings to all our Dads as  we celebrate Father?  s Day this  Sunday  June 18  It is also  our second son?  s birthday   so we send best wishes to  Michael for a fantastic day all  around  In today?  s society   it is very unfortunate that  1 in 3 children  or roughly  15 million  live in a home  without a father  While  society tries to make believe  that this is not a crisis   statistics prove otherwise   Among some startling facts  are higher suicide rates  among teens  higher rates  of incarceration  behavioral  disorders  aggressive be?   havior  confused identities   lower achievement goals  and higher drug abuse and  drop out rates  We pray for  all Dads that they will realize  the importance of their roles  in the lives of their children  and be active participants in  the molding of these precious  gifts from God  Again  we  extend Happy Father?  s Day  wishes to all Dads on this   their very special day    St  James Vacation Bible  School begins on Monday   June 19 from 9 AM to Noon  and runs thru Thursday    St  James Women?  s  L I F E  Group meets on  Tues   June 20  beginning  with prayers of the Rosary  at 6 p m  followed by  refreshments and business   Ladies   y?  all come    NEW LIFE  FELLOWSHIP  by Beverly Whittaker   Pastor Doug?  s message  this morning  June 11th  was  about criticism and how it  can be used constructively  or destructively  We must  think about our words before  speaking them  James 3 8     We will be honoring  our fathers Sunday  June  18th  We will be having a  special message  songs  and  a little gift to each father  in attendance  There will  also be a cookout after the  worship service    Dianne Barker will be  joining us during the Sunday  School and worship service  on Sunday  June 25th  Mark  your calendars and plan to  attend  Dianne is a well   known author and speaker  and she will be giving her  testimony  There will be a  lunch following the morning  worship that day    Please keep Charlene  Christen  John Whalen   and Cindy Perkins in your  prayers  God is always in  control and he is always with  us if we put our faith and  trust in him    Eddie Eachus will  celebrate a birthday on June  14th    We invite you to our  services here at New Life   Our Wednesday evening  meal begins at 6 p m  and  prayer service at 6 30 p m   Our Kingdom Builders  classes for all ages begin  at 9 30 a m  and praise and  worship at 10 30 a m      Original Kettle?    Charcoal Grill    ?   240 sq  in total cooking area   ?   Plated steel cooking grate   ?   One Touch?   cleaning system  ?   Lid Handle with heat shield   Spring clip push pin leg assembly    ?  Don?  t eat out    Cookout ?     Titus jmM    m    7    7     SMOKIN?   HOT DEAL for   FATHER?  S DAY     4   HOME y MART   HIGHWAY 8 AUGUSTA  KY 606 756 2450    CHECK US OUT AT Bradfordshm doitbest com    Church News    Ice Cream Fete    Cookout June 24  at St  Paul Lutheran   St  Paul Lutheran Church  will be holding its annual Ice  Cream Fete and Cookout this  year on Saturday  June 24  from 5 p m  until 8 p m  There  will be grilled hamburgers   hot dogs  all the fixings   homemade ice cream  cake   pies and many other sweet  goodies  In addition  this  year there will be an auction  at 6 30 p m  of donated items  to help raise funds to support  the Noah?  s Ark Trip planned  for July  2017      BERLIN BAPTIST  by Karen Cooper   We invite all to come  and worship with our family  of believers  Sunday services  begin with Sunday School  at 10 a m   morning worship  with Rev  Dan Black at  11 a m  and Sunday night  services are held at 7 p m   Please join us for a wonderful  time in the Lord    This past Sunday  morning Brother Black?  s  message was taken from  Romans 5 1 2 and titled  ? ?Faith Brings Joy?      Join us at Berlin Baptist  on July 12th and 13 th from  5 30 8 p m  for our summer  VBS program  This year the  theme is ? ?Smore Of Jesus?    and packed full of fun  We?  ll  end VBS with a program  highlight and cookout on  July 14th at 6 p m  All ages  are welcome       r   jyyy     V U v  L    J Wmr  ll   ill i w    mCI        Vacation Bible School   The Dun is from 6 ?   3     each evening    Mon    Tiirus   June 15  th  ZZ nd   Ohildren age O through grade 3 are welcome    ?   Arrive early for registration ?   Meals Provided   Willow Baptist dhu rch   2535 Powersville Willow Road  Brooksville ?   735 3576    PRESBYTERIAN   POTPOURRI   by Les Grooms   pastor  Augusta Presbyterian   Saturday the women of  the church provided food  for the auction that was  taking place in the adjoining  property to the church    Sunday was church as  usual  We also had a meeting  of the official governing  board of the church on  Sunday  We also had a  group of our friends from  Manchester who came to our  church and we went out to  eat together    Monday will be our Soup  Supper as usual    Tuesday  Bob Gibson  and I will be going to Wilder  to pick up fresh vegetables  and meats from the Free  Store Food Bank  Tuesday  afternoon the Augusta  Ministerial Food Bank will  be open    Wednesday  we will have  our monthly Bread Basket  Meal featuring our grilled  meats    We had fifty three in  attendance Sunday  Lynn  Darnell was the liturgist  and Susie Hargett led the  singing  Shirley Gallenstein  did a beautiful rendition of  the all time favorite song   ? ?I believe?    Susie Hargett  shared with us at the close  of my sermon her testimony  concerning the working of  the Holy Spirit in her life    We had a very busy week  and I firmly believe that the  church ought to be the center  of our lives  Many of us were  in the church doing the will  of God five straight days and  that is just wonderful     We Can Order Your   NOTARY   SEALS   Bracken County News   735 2198     All middle and high school students are welcome to participate  All  sports physical participants MUST be accompanied by  parent guardian MUST bring sports physical form with you   Check and cash will be accepted  Please note that these are  Sports Physicals ONLY  For Questions Call  606 756 2117     Augusta  Christian  Church  News   by Wanda   Marlene  Bruce Heller  Minister   What a beautiful Sunday  for a church picnic  We had  plenty of good food and good  fellowship    Our Sunday School  lesson was about ?  How To  Love Someone That You  Can t Stand?    Avery powerful  lesson  Treat everyone with  love and God will be good to  you    Our opening prayer was  given by Jerry Zeigler and  closing prayer was by James  Cox    Today s message was   The Family Of God?    We  all  that believe in God  are  the family of God    Special singing was by  Kim Fultz  She has a very  beautiful voice  Our piano  player is so good  We all love  you Lisa  What a great job    Keep in prayer  the  family of Dean Workman   Mack Wallace  had eye  surgery   Phyllis Wolford   shots in knees   Martha  Lynn  stomach problem    Gary Cummins  heart  problem   the sick  everyone  in the service and the  families that have lost loved  ones  Danielle Shackelford  has arrived overseas  She is  studying to be a missionary    Wednesday Night    Refresh?   is 7 p m  Bring  your Bible   a friend    Our mission is to  evangelize the lost  edify the  saved and minister to those  in need    OAKLAND CHRISTIAN  by Barbara Browning   ? ?Does Worry Control  You ?   ?   that was the message  of the day  Why worry when  we?  ve got God    We will honor our  fathers  June 18  with a  Breakfast at 9 30 10 30 a m   then a program during the  second worship service    June 20 finds our youth  helping with the food  distribution for ? ?Feeding Our  Neighbors?   project    Bro  Jim will be starting  a class on ? ?Revelation?    beginning June 25 during the  Sunday School hour    The evening of June 25  will be our Ice Cream Social  event  6 30 p m  Come join  us    Come see the Kincaid  Regional Theatre?  s produc?   tion  ? ?Oklahoma?    which  starts June 16 through July 9   You may call 859 654 2636  for ticket info    Prayer concerns include  Lula Smith  Cory   Hannah  Ramsey  Peace Corps    Amanda  Benny  Bruin   Mary Hamilton  Nate Jones   Brandon Tarvin  Virginia Ann  Bowles  Audrey McKinney   Angie Boone  Charlie Tarvin   David Appleman  Beryl  Mattox  Melanie Woods   John Boschert  Michael  Fuller  David Monroe  Kenny  Kalb  Connie Peed  shut ins   cancer issues  our nation and  its leaders    BROOKSVILLE  CHRISTIAN  by John Elfers   On a beautiful Sunday  morning  Ron taught us all  a new word  Immutable   unchanging over time   Another definition of our  transcendent God  James  1 17 tells us our God never  changes  In Malachi  God  tells us  I  the Lord  do not  change?    However  we do   We must be transformed by  the renewing of our minds   and even though we will all  fall short of God?  s glory  it  won t be because the target  moved  Our God never  changes    This is Vacation Bible  School week  so it s all  hands on deck to spread  God?  s grace throughout the  community  We pray for all  the teachers and helpers  but  most of all the children and  their parents                                                                           THE BRACKEN COUNTY NEWS  Thurs   June 15  2017   5    Homemakers and friends take  Fleming Co  covered bridge tour     Pictured left to right are Joe Ortlieb  Sharon Ortlieb  Shannon Smith  Patty Ann Moor?   head  Samantha Woerner  Edith McKenney  Sandra Wood  and Penny Sticklen  Submitted   The Bracken County Homemakers and friends recently took a trip to Flemingsburg to  tour the three covered bridges there  Grange City  Ringo Mills and Goddard  Donna Fry?   man  Fleming County FCS Agent  was their tour guide for the day     COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY  BRACKEN CIRCUIT COURT  CIVIL ACTION NO  15 CI 00102   WELLS FARGO BANK  N A  PLAINTIFF   VS    SHONDA K  JONES  ET ALS DEFENDANT   ?  k k k k k k k?  k?  k?  k?  k?  k?  k k k k k k k?  k?  k?  k?  k?  k?  k k k k k k?  k?  k?  k?  k   NOTICE OF SALE   In obedience to a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in the above styled action  I will   as Master Commissioner of Bracken Circuit Court  proceed on   Friday  June 16  2017  at   10 00 A M    IN THE LOBBY OF THE BRACKEN COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER  Brooksville  Bracken County  Kentucky   to sell the hereinafter described tract of real estate and any improvements thereon  This  sale is to satisfy a Judgment and Order of Sale in favor of WELLS FARGO BANK  N A   against the Defendant herein in the principal amount of  93 374 31  plus interest at the rate  of  10 87 per diem from October 27  2015 until paid  together with amounts for late fees  and assessments  advancements for the protection of the property  taxes and insurance   escrow advances  and reasonable attorney fees of  1 530 00  insurance premiums and  court costs incurred herein  The real estate to be sold is described as follows    PROPERTY ADDRESS  27 Hall Road  Brooksville  KY 41004   SOURCE OF TITLE  Being the same property conveyed to Shonda K  Jones and  Heath Jones  wife and husband  from Ken Perry  aka Delbert Ken Perry  a married man  whose wife is Mary Beth Perry on December 7  2005 and recorded on December 12  2005  in Deed Book 179  page 208 of the records of Bracken County Clerk    The property shall be sold to the highest and best bidder s  and said purchaser shall be  required to pay cash or the sum of ten percent  10   of the bid price in cash deposit with  the balance of the purchase price to be due and payable in cash or certified funds  within  thirty  30  days from the date of sale  The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond   with good and sufficient surety  bearing interest at the rate of 12  per annum from the date  which is thirty  30  days following the date of sale  until paid  and payable to the Master  Commissioner    The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase price  or paying said bond before maturity by paying the balance of the principal together with  all accrued interest thereon  If the total purchase price is not paid in cash  the required  deposit shall be applied to any expenses incurred by a default of the purchaser  Provided   however  in the event a party of this action is the successful bidder at the sale of the  property by the Master Commissioner  then the said party  upon payment of the court costs  and sale expenses and any liens or judgments that have been given priority herein over  the lien and judgment of said successful bidder party  shall have its bid credited against its  judgment herein    If the purchaser s  fails to comply with the terms of the sale then  in such event  the  Master Commissioner shall immediately resell the property upon the same terms and  conditions as set forth herein  excepting only any necessary changes in the time and date of  sale  Possession of the property herein sold shall be given to the purchaser after payment  in full of the purchase price and confirmation of the sale by the Bracken Circuit Court   Pursuant to the Judgment herein  the purchaser shall be required to assume and pay all ad  valorem property taxes assessed against the property for 2017 and all subsequent years  thereafter  The title interest of the parties to the lawsuit will be conveyed without warranty  by the Master Commissioner to the purchaser and the purchaser shall receive a deed to  property upon payment of the purchase price in full  and costs of sale  if applicable  and  after confirmation of the sale by Bracken Circuit Court  subject to any equity of redemption  if the property does not sell for two thirds of its appraised value    Mark A  Schumacher   Master Commissioner  Bracken Circuit Court   CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE   I hereby certify that a true and correct copy of the foregoing has been mailed  postage  prepaid  to the Hon  Stephanie Maguire  Lerner Sampson   Rothruss  PO Box 5480   Cincinnati  OH 45201  Hon  John Oakley  II  Marshall Oakley   Oakley  109 Court Row   Nicholasville  KY 40356  Shonda Jones  27 Hall Road  Brooksville  KY 41004  Heath  Jones  27 Hall Road  Brooksville  KY 41004  on this the 2nd day of June  2017    Mark A  Schumacher    Senior Citizens  Happenings    Berry Zornes announce  upcoming marriage    Welcome back to Senior  Happenings where we love  to have a great time of  fellowship and just being  with each other  We welcome  you to join us    Happenings for Tues    June 6   we were glad to have  31 with us today and if you  weren?  t with us  you were  missed    Sheila did ? ?Matter of  Balance?    She informed us  about what to do if we fall  and how to get up  protecting  yourself when you fall and  strengthening yourself  We  also had exercises    Prayers for our sick   Sheila?  s dad  Flossie Hay   and all the ones that haven?  t  been with us  Prayers for  those in the passing of their  loved ones    Our dear friend  David  Jefferson  gave our blessing    Our bingo winners were   Margaret Gemmer  Tom  Wenz  Margaret Dalip  Barb  Woodruf  Ann Linville  and  cover all was Barb Woodruf    There was plenty of  euchre playing today  2  tables of 6 handed and 1  table of 4 handed euchre  It  was reported they all had a  great time    Happenings for Thurs    June 8   there were 28 here  and it is wonderful to see all  those beautiful smiles when  one enters our building   They are truly a great bunch  of seniors    Today  was ? ?National  World Ocean Day?    It  takes place every June 8  since 1992 by Canada?  s  International Center for  Ocean Development  It was  recognized by the United  Nations in late 2008  This is  marked by  launching new  campaigns and initiatives   special events at aquariums  and beaches  cleanups   educational and conservation  action programs  art  contest  film festivals  and  food events  The purpose  is to honor  help protect  and conserve the world?  s  oceans  Oceans provides us  with many resources and  services including climate  regulations  oxygen  food  sources  medicines and many  more    Our prayers to Flossie  Hay  Patty Bess  Sharon  Saunders Nickerson  taking  treatments   Glen Littleton  wasn?  t with us today due to  a fall and let?  s remember all  the ones that can?  t be with    Mr  and Mrs  Allen  Moorhead  of Brooksville   are proud to announce the  upcoming marriage of their  daughter  Kyra Lee Berry   to Jessie Ryan Zornes  son  of Mary Cravens  of Au?   gusta    Kyra is a 2016 Brack?   en County High School  graduate and is employed  at Taylor Elementary and  Brooksville Child Care     us    Blood Pressure checks  were done today    The flowers out front look  so beautiful and appreciation  to those that worked on them  for doing a fabulous job    The Lord?  s Prayer was  said by all    Bingo winners  Tom  Wenz  Betty Hargett  Pauline  Jefferson  Margaret Dalip   Margaret Gemmer was the  cover all winner    Enjoy the day that  God has given you  love  your neighbor  be kind and  forgiving to each other and  be thankful for all your  blessings     Senior Citizen s  _ Menu _   Thurs   June 15   Oven  fried chicken  potato salad   mixed vegetables  bread   melon cup  milk    Tues   June 20   Baked  turkey pattie  boiled potatoes   country style tomatoes   bread  peach slices  milk    Thurs   June 22   Baked  ham roast  creamed potatoes   mixed vegetables  bread   pineapple tidbits  milk       g  Furniture ?  Appliances    Carpet ?  Tools  Antiques  Main St ?   Augusta Ky    859   384 6297    Jessie is a 2015 gradu?   ate of Augusta Indepen?   dent High School and is  employed at PPD in High?   land Heights    The wedding will take  place Saturday  June 24   2017 at 4 30 in the after?   noon at Fairview Christian  Church in Johnsville  A re?   ception will follow at the  VFW in Maysville     Sandy Leedy Named  OVM Administrator    Ohio Valley Manor is  pleased to announce that San?   dra ? ?Sandy?   Leedy has been  named OVM?  s new Adminis?   trator  She replaces longtime  Administrator  George Balz   who retired in April    Ms  Leedy has over two  decades of experience as a  Licensed Nursing Home Ad?   ministrator  Previously  she  worked for HCR Manor Care  Heartland facilities located  in Hillsboro and Portsmouth   While there  she managed a  100 bed skilled nursing and  rehabilitation facility with a  specialty subacute unit    ? ?I feel completely hon?   ored to assume the duties of  Administrator at Ohio Valley  Manor ?   Leedy says  ? ?I will  endeavor to uphold OVM as  the healthcare provider and  employer of choice in the  commmunity we serve ?     Founded in 1971  OVM  is an award winning health?   care facility that offers a wide  variety of nursing  rehabilita?   tion and therapeutic services  including Assisted Living   Home Health  Memory Care   Outpatient and Short Term  Rehabiliation  and Aquatic  Therapy    For more information   please visit www OhioVal   leyManor com        Ferry Hours  Daily i am ?   MS pm     Call fob the latest updated operating status     IS YOUR INSURANCE  OUTDATED      CALL TODAY FOR A  FREE QUOTE    ?   Automotive ?   Flood ?   Health  Commercial ?   Home ?   Renter?  s  Life   Personal ?   Long term Care    Auto ?   Farm ?   Business ?   Life  Home ?   Health    Carol Moran   Independent Insurance Agent    606 724 5321 ?   Robertson County  606 735 3555 ?   Bracken County  800 765 5321 ?   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Coming to Augusta to Benefit  Echo Hall Renovation Project    BCHS Class of 1967  will meet Sun   July 16 at  6 30 p m  at the Bracken Co   Public Library  For more  info  call 606 217 3939     BCHS Class of 1957  60th reunion is Sat   July 29  at 6 p m  at Blue Lick s State  Park  For more info  call  Mary Ann Mains 606 728   2261  Shirley Powell 606   883 3360 or Mildred Ellis  606 735 3559     Don t miss an issue   Make sure we know about  any address changes    606   735 2198    BCHS Class of 1967  50th reunion will be held  Sat   Aug  26 at 5 30 p m  at  Blue Lick s  For more info   call 606 217 3939     Come by the office  Saturday   the 17th   wish this county clerk a     ? ?Happy 5Qth Birthday      The HMH Radiology  Department received re ac   creditation by the American  College of Radiology  ACR   in the Computed Tomography   CT  services  The program is  accredited for the 64 Slice GE  CT Scanner for adult and pe?   diatric patients    The entire program is  evaluated on the facility  per?   sonnel qualifications  image  quality  equipment  qual?   ity control procedures and  protocols  This involved an  extensive application pro?   cess  Stephanie Clifford  CT  Radiology Technologist  has  worked on the project for the  past year  along with the Med?   ical Directors of Radiology   Dr  Allen Bond and Dr  Doug  Crutcher    The ACR awards ac?   creditation to facilities for the  achievement of high practice  standards after a peer review  evaluation of its practice  Im?   age quality and procedure  evaluations are conducted  by board certified radiolo?   gists and medical physicists  who are experts in the field   The program also evaluates  personnel qualifications  ad?   equacy of facility equipment   quality control procedures and  quality assurance programs   All findings are reported to the    AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE CITY OF BROOKSVILLE  KENTUCKY  AMENDED BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR  7 1 2016 THROUGH 6 30 2017 BY    ESTIMATING REVENUES AND RESOURCES AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS  FOR THE OPERATION OF CITY GOVERNMENT    WHEREAS  an annual budget proposal and message has been prepared and delivered to the City  Council  and    WHEREAS  the City Council has reviewed such budget proposal and made necessary  modifications     NOW  THEREFORE  BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF BROOKSVILLE   SECTION 1     That the annual budget for the fiscal year beginning 7 1 16 and ending 6 30 17 is hereby amended as  follows     General   Fund    Utility   Fund    Sewer   Fund    Resources Available    Fund balance carried forward    20 500    Estimated revenues    Property taxes       74 000      Licenses and permits       239 000      Intergovernmental revenues       195 050      Fines and forfeits        Charges for services       53 000       670 000     173 119   Other       2 600      Total estimated revenues       53 000       670 000    Total resources available        for appropriation       584 150       670 000     173 119    Approriations    General Government   Police   Fire   Streets   Sanitation   Parks   Recreation   Public Utilites   Capital Overlay   Debt Services    201 350    164 800    8 000    146 050    54 000    764 000      104 400    Total Appropriations       574 200       764 000       104 400   Excess of resources over          under appropriations       9 950        94 000        68 719   Interfund transfers            25 000    Estimated fund balances end         of fiscal year       9 950        94 000        43 719                 Gy 7   A   k    ATTEST     A      MAYOR    City of Brooksville    CITY CLERK    practice via a comprehensive  report that includes recom?   mendations for improvement    ? ?Re accreditation of the  CT shows HMH?  s true com?   mitment to quality patient  care ?   says Pam Bowles  Ra?   diology Manager  ? ?Our test?   ing is completed at the highest  quality standard and the ac?   creditation is evidence of that  standard ?     Other modalities to have  this accreditation are magnet?   ic resonance imaging  MRI    mammography and nuclear  medicine    The HMH Radiology  Department plays a critical  role in the accurate imaging   reading of images and diag?   nosis of patients by offering a  full range of services for both  adults and pediatrics  The de?   partment is staffed by three  board certified  experienced  radiologists as well as radiol?   ogy technologists  All radiol?   ogy technologists are certified  and licensed in his or her field  of practice    To leam more about the  radiology department  visit  the HMH website at harrison   memhosp com  Or contact the  department at 859 235 3559     Augusta College Echo  Hall Association will host  the event of the summer on  June 24  2017  from 7 30 to  9 30 at the Augusta VFW   Michael Rudolph  Cincinna?   ti?  s wittiest comedian  will  entertain his audience with  his uproarious act  including  a few stories about some of  Bracken County?  s finest citi?   zens    If you aren?  t lucky  you  might be a character in one  of his tall tales  His audience  interactive performance will  leave you thinking you are in  New York taping a comedy  hour show    Local musical perform?   ers will entertain before and  after Michael?  s act  Only 100     tickets will be sold   seating  limited to 100   tables of 6  to 10 each can be reserved     purchase tickets before at  Augusta Pub or at the door    Call Jackie at Augusta  Irish Pub   606 756 9910     to reserve a table  Light  snacks will be provided  Do?   nation    20 00 each       Father?  s Day u     Gifts Galore      UK ITEMS    ?   Gift Sets   ?   Coolers   ?   Caps   ?   Mugs   ?   Musical Box   plays UK Fight Song     ALSO AVAILABLE    ?   State of Kentucky Shirts   Caps    BUSINESS CARDS     45 00 per 1 000  Call 606 735 2198     Upscale Consignment Shop   Gift Shop  17 E  Second St  ?   Downtown Maysville  Hrs   Mon   Fri  9 5  Sat  9 3   606 563 0090     SAVE UP TO      HOME CENTER    PER   GALLON    M F 8a 6p    Sat  8a 4p   606 756 2080     ON SELECT PPG  PAINT PRODUCTS    May 19 th  July 8 th      Limit 10 gallons I All products may not be available in all locations    PPG   PITTSBURGH   PAINTS    PORTER PAINTS        _?     p    14th Annual       WBSM    Celebration       Saturday  July 1st   Fleming Co  Rec  Park ?   Flemingsburg   Time   Events    Vendor  Art   Crafts Fair  11 00am   Baby Show 2 00pm   Backyard Carnival 3 00pm   Free Swimming lp 5p 6p Closing   Cruise In 5 00 9 00pm   Bingo 7 30 9 30pm   Music performed by    ?    COUNTRY BOYS?     Pulled Pork  Tenderloin    Hotdog Dinners   FIREWORKS AT DUSK       To be a vendor contact Stacy  5  606 845 8801  Call David   606 748 1344                                                                                                                                                                THE BRACKEN COUNTY NEWS  Thurs   June 15  2017   7    2017 ANNUAL MEETING     MEMBER APPRECIATION DAY   THURSDAY  JUNE 22   Fleming Mason Energy  Flemingsburg  KY    Registration  7 30 a m  to 6 00 p m   Business Meeting  2 00 p m     Come join us    Prize Drawings Throughout the Day     7 30 a m    6 00 p m   Registration   Members can register  enjoy free  food and take home a bucket filled  with goodies     GRAND PRIZE  DRAWING   immediately following  the business meeting     10 00 a m    2 00 p m   Kids Activities   Bring the kids out for games   inflatables and caricaturist   Denny Whalen  While  the kids play  visit our  exhibitor booths     FREE Energy saving  light bulbs for members  who attend     2 00 p m    Business Session   Hear from your cooperative s  directors and management and  participate in the election of  directors  Plus  meet the  2017 Scholarship Winners     Caricaturist  1    Denny   Whalen     sss       Fleming Mason Energy   A Touchstone Energy Cooperative    Bracken Homemakers announce  2017 Scholarship winners     Pictured left to right are  Louise Moneyhon   County Homemaker President  Pat?   ty Ann Moorhead   Vice President  James Hurst  Jamie Jett Hurst  Renae Jett  Augusta  Winner   Madison Kalb  Bracken Winner   Kerry Kalb  Carol Davis   Treasurer  Mareka  Scott   Secretary  Not pictured is Natalee Weiss  Bracken Winner   Photo submitted   The Bracken County Extension Homemakers gave three scholarships this year to se?   niors graduating from Augusta Independent School and Bracken County High School   This year?  s winners were Renae Jett  daughter of James Hurst and Jamie Jett Hurst of  Augusta Independent and Bracken County seniors Madison Kalb  daughter of Kenny and  Kerry Kalb  and Natalee Weiss  daughter of Mark and Anna Weiss    Winners and their family are shown above with the Homemaker County Officers     The   Bracken   County   News    ? ?Your News Source?       Howdy Folks  Warmer  weather is upon us and the  growing season is kicking  into high gear but it?  s not only  plants and vegetation that is  growing  Yard sale signs have  begun popping up on poles   posts and some are especial?   ly hardy as the free standing  variety  Unfortunately  they  have a short life span and wilt  rather quickly leaving limp  cardboard as a testimony to  the once anticipated big event   These lovingly hand crafted  signs blossomed quickly and  led bargain seekers to the un?   known but sought after trea?   sures  only to be left hanging  and forgotten  These careful?   ly worded signs become un?   sightly distractions as the ele?   ments of rain and wind batter  and tear them apart  tossing  them on the ground as lowly  pieces of litter  We love yard  sales and appreciate the fact  that these weekend events  create the best outlet for ?  re?   using?   and even ?  repurposing?    many items  Yard sales  thrift  stores  consignment shops   Goodwill  flea markets  etc   all opportunities for al     are    ternate places to shop  not  only for a bargain to conserve  finances  but they also help  conserve natural resources  If  you are fortunate to cultivate a  yard sale sign  please be sure  to ?  pick?   it in its prime before  it becomes another ugly piece  of litter    Litter doesn?  t have a spe?   cific growing season  it seems  to be of the coniferous family   remaining alive and active  year ?  round  As stated in the  past  litter sprouts from inten?   tionally throwing something  out a vehicle or unintention?   ally littering when something  blows out of a truck bed or  when trash cans are knocked  over before or during trash  pickup  Rumpke will accept  six bags or six cans per week  per customer or a combina?   tion of the two  but Bracken  County?  s Solid Waste Ordi?   nance actually states that lid?   ded cans are to be used for  trash pickup  Lidded cans are    really the better option to pre?   vent bags being ripped apart  by animals be they domestic  or wild  Ordinance  87 002  describes in Section 2 the  requirements for containers  used for storage of waste  the  manner of storage for solid  waste and the standards for  the storage containers    Basically this ordinance  is telling us that citizens need  to provide sufficient and ad?   equate containers for the stor?   age of normal solid waste and  to maintain those containers at  all times in good repair  Not  only is it required that the con?   tainers be kept in good condi?   tion  but ? ?the area surrounding  them needs to be maintained  in a clean  neat and sanitary  condition at all times so that  it will not provide harborage  to rodents  vermin and will  not create a fire hazard  The  storage container itself should  not be more than 35 gallons   not less than 10 gallons and  be leak proof  waterproof and  fitted with a fly tight lid  It  shall be properly covered at  all times except when deposit?   ing waste therein or removing  the contents thereof  Disposal  solid waste containers with  suitable frames or containers  as approved by the  Director   may also be used for storage  of residential solid waste?    If  these explanations raise more  questions than provide you  with answers  please give us  a call and we will try to the  best of our abilities to get the  correct answer    With all this litter talk   we need to think about ex?   pending the remaining 2017  Litter Abatement Funds  With  less than one half of this grant  left  we will probably conduct  one more road clean this fall   For those of you who are in?   tentional or unintentional lit   terbugs  please reconsider  and don?  t litter  For everyone   please RECYCLE  REUSE  and REDUCE to keep God?  s  earth clean  green and beauti?   ful    Be seein?   you   Bin    Bug      f HiiHm M   ?    VV X   ILs  iFiflH   UII lib 11 MU   GERTR   ?   ?  ?   Flowers   UDE   Vegetables j      Thanks for your patronage     i    M F 9 AM  12 Noon  1  5 Sat  9AM  12 Noon   Afternoons by appointment  Closed on Sunday       yCa  for an appointment 782 0p33Tf 0    Take 875 North to stop sign  turn left  greenhouse   m   located 1 10 mile on the left on Augusta Berlin Road   H   ?   ai___ ue _ y    AUTOMOTIVE   HEADLINERS   REPLACED     V   Works    Upholstery   Supplies   Auto   Boat  Home   Commercial   Awnings    6689 Rt  52 ?   Ripley  OH 937 392 4422 or 1 800 827 1422  Email  odysseycanvasworks hotmail com    Historical Society  looking to place  needed signs at  local cemeteries   The Bracken County  Historical Society wants to  draw your attention to the  two cemeteries at the junc?   tion of KY19 and KY10 on  the east side of Brooksville    Neither cemetery has a  sign or monument with the  name of the cemetery  When  out of town visitors look for  graves of their loved ones   they have to ask someone  on the street which cem?   etery might be the one they  are looking for  Often  our  own residents don?  t know  which cemetery is listed as   Old Brooksville  Old IOOF   Woodward Cemetery  Met?   calfe Cemetery  and several  other names    The Society is sponsor?   ing an art raffle this summer  to raise the  2 000 needed to  place a permanent marker or  sign at each cemetery  Sev?   eral citizens are still clean?   ing off stones and removing  weeds in the old cemetery so  that the monuments can be  seen    Visit the Society office  on the courthouse square and  purchase a  5 00 ticket on  a piece of Judy Federer art  and support this cause  They  are seeking businesses to al?   low tickets to be sold at their  sales counters and participate  in this effort    Call 606 735 3337 and  leave a message giving your    Hallmark joins  Maysville?  s Darrell?  s  Downtown Florist   When the Hallmark in  Marketplace Square closed  in December  it left a need  for quality cards and gift  items for Maysville and the  surrounding communities   Darrell Fields of Darrell?  s  Downtown Florist is happy  to announce the addition of  Hallmark cards and items  to his downtown location   Darrell?  s is located in the old  G C  Murphy Department  Store building on Second  Street in Maysville    On July 11th  the Hall?   mark Gold Crown depart?   ment will begin setup of the  full line of its cards  paper  products and more    A grand opening of the  Hallmark store at Darrell?  s  Downtown Florist will be  held on Saturday  July 15th  and will feature a preview of  the Christmas keepsake or?   naments      name and phone number and  they will bring tickets to you  for you to purchase     BiV THERS Thurs   June 15  ?     _  Un   June 18      th    18 th    Check us out before you buy  your next Truck  SUV  Car or Van   Over 500 vehicles to choose from    McFarland Chevrolet Buick   AA Hwy Maysville  KY   1   800   467 7171 0 BUICK    www McFARLANDCHEVROLET com                                                                      8   THE BRACKEN COUNTY NEWS  Thurs   June 15  2017    Kentucky State Fair  Uniquely  Kentucky  Uniquely Fun    Join 44 000 competitors eager to share their  unique talents ?   201 7 Kentucky State Fair  Premium Book now online and in print     With its new logo and  tagline ?   Uniquely Ken?   tucky  Uniquely Fun  ?   the  Kentucky State Fair is en?   couraging Kentuckians to  enter this year?  s competi?   tions for best apple pie  best  homebrew IPA beer  best  hand pieced quilt and more    ? ?The Kentucky State  Fair celebrates the best of  the Bluegrass State ?   said  President and CEO Jason  Rittenberry  ? ?That not only  includes its rich history and  culture  but also its people  and their unique talents  I  invite everyone to consider  submitting an entry and shar?   ing their accomplishments  with the 600 000 fairgoers  this August ?     Competitors can choose  from 32 departments ?   in?   cluding antiques  field seed   livestock  photography and  textiles ?   which are divid?   ed into 7 000 total classes  of competition  All ages are  welcome to compete for  cash prizes and the more  than 5 000 blue ribbons to  be awarded  In fact  records  show competitors have range  in age from 4 to 92 years    The Kentucky State Fair  draws entries from across the  country  with 18 different  states represented in 2016  alone  Other years have seen    entrants from around the  world competing for Blue   grass blue ribbons    The 2017 Premium Book  and entry form are available  online at www kystatefair   org premiumBook html    A print version is also  available  to request a copy   contact the entry department  at Entry kyvenues com or  call  502  367 5190   Deadlines for Entries  General   Sat   July 1  General  late fee    Mon    July 10   Open and 4 H FFA Youth  Livestock   Mon   July 10  Pigeon and Poultry    Tues   July 18   Rabbit   Tues   July 18  Open Livestock  late  fee    Tues   July 25   Extra Late Open Live?   stock  late fee  Thurs   Au?   gust 3   For more information   visit www kystatefair org   premiumBook html or con?   tact the entry department at  Entry  ky venues  com or   502  367 5190    The 2017 Kentucky State  Fair is Aug  17 27 at the  Kentucky Exposition Center   For more information  visit  www kystatefair org or find  the Fair on Facebook  Twit?   ter  Instagram or its blog     Club News    PARKVIEW  COOKING CLUB   ?  ?  Cooking Up Some New  Stuff?    We had a great time  with the menu which included  Creamsicle Mimosa  Orange  Nut Bread and Cream  Cheese Spread  Beans and  Greens Crostini  Sunflower  Noodle Coleslaw  Linguini  with Herbs  Tomatoes and  Bacon  Salmon Cakes with  Chesapeake Bay Mayo and  Rhubarb Crunch  Those  attending were Tony Hoess   Angie Wallace  Marjorie  McNamara  Carol Dee   Barbara Perry  Earlene  Pelgen  Wilma Barker  Peggy  Smith  Brenda Highfield   Tami Earls  Jewel Mefford   Viola Kennard  Juanita  White  John White and Judith  Richards    Sunflower Noodle  Coleslaw   1 pkg   3 oz   chicken  ramen noodles   1 pkg   14 oz   coleslaw     angel hair type   1 2 C  sunflower kernels  1 4 C  chopped green  onions   1 3 C  olive oil  1 4 C  white vinegar  1 4 C  white sugar  1 T  poppy seed  3 4 t  Nature?  s Blend  Break noodles into  small pieces  In a large  bowl  combine the noodles   slaw  sunflower kernels  and green onion  In a small  bowl or blender   whisk the  oil  vinegar  sugar  poppy  seed and Nature?  s Blend and  contents of noodle seasoning  packet  Pour over salad   toss  to coat and chill at least 2 3  hours    Rhubarb Crunch   Combine 3 C  sugar  4 T  strawberry jello  4 C  hot cooked rhubarb  Combine 1 C  quick oats  1 C  brown sugar  1 stick softened butter  1 C  flour  1 2 t  cinnamon  Sprinkle over rhubarb   Bake about 35 min    350  deg  Serve with ice cream     KSP Warns Warmer Weather    Combess first week winner of  Bracken County Public Library  Summer Reading Program     Layne is shown at right above with the Library s  Program Coordinator Children s Librarian  Regina  Holder  Photo submitted    Congratulations to Layne Combess for winning the  first weekly prize from Bracken County Public Library  Summer Reading Program  a  25 gift card to GameStop   His family told library staff the gift card will be put to  good use    The program continues through June 30th and will  have more drawings for gift cards before the drawing for  the grand prizes for each age group of a Kindle Fire      Poses Danger For Children    BLUEGRASS BARNS   BUILT STRONG TO LAST LONG    Quality Storage Where you Need It  In Your Own Yard?      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Cynthiana ?   859 388 4844  or 606 307 8051    Temperatures are on the  rise this week and KSP is  warning parents not to leave  a child alone in a hot car   It may seem like common  sense  but every year law  enforcement agencies an?   swer calls about unattended  children in vehicles  Kid   sandCars org reports that 39  children died in the U S  dur?   ing 2016 from vehicular heat  stroke with 11 deaths already  in 2017    KSP spokesman Lt  Mi?   chael Webb says vehicle heat  stroke is often misunder?   stood by the general public   A majority of parents are  misinformed and would like  to believe that they could  never ?  forget?   their child in a  vehicle    ? ?The most dangerous  mistake a parent can make is  to think leaving a child alone  in their car could never hap?   pen to them ?   says Webb   ? ?In these fast paced times  it  is easy for parents to get dis?   tracted and forget their child  is in the car with them ?     Webb advised that the  interior of a car heats up very  quickly and temperatures in?   side can reach 125 degrees in  minutes    ? ?A child?  s body heats up  three to five times faster than  that of an adult ?   adds Webb   ? ?The temperature inside a  car can rise 19 degrees in 10  minutes  Together  this can  be deadly in a very short pe?   riod of time ?     Webb says another com?   ponent to these tragic deaths  is the genuine curiosity of a  child  Far too often  a child  will be outside playing and  end up in a car  locking them?   selves inside of the vehicle    ? ?A child will climb into  a vehicle to play and is over?   come with hear  becoming  disoriented and unable to get     out ?   adds Webb  ? ?In extreme  summer heat  a child can be?   come incapacitated in a very  short time ?     ? ?Tragically  about 33  percent of children who die  in hot cars entered the ve?   hicle on their own while left  unattended ?   he says    In2000  Kentucky passed  ? ?Bryan?  s Law ?   which makes  a person liable for second   degree manslaughter or first   degree wanton endangerment  for leaving a child younger  than eight years of age in a  motor vehicle where circum?   stances pose a grave risk of  death  The law was named  after 11 month old Bryan  Puckett  who died July 13   1999 after being left in a hot  car by his babysitter    Webb offers the follow?   ing safety tips    ?   Never leave a child in  an unattended car  even with  the windows down    ?   Be sure that all occu?   pants leave the vehicle when  unloading  Don?  t overlook  sleeping babies    ?   Always lock your car  If  a child is missing  check the  car first  including the trunk   Teach your children that ve?   hicles are never to be used as  a play area    ?   Keep a stuffed animal  in the car seat and when the  child is put in the seat place  the animal in the front with  the driver as a reminder    ?   Place your purse or  briefcase in the back seat as a  reminder that you have your  child in the car    ?   Make Took before you  leave?   a routine whenever  you get out of the car    Webb says while a per?   son will face criminal charg?   es for leaving a child in a car   the pain and guilt from mak?   ing such a mistake will last  far longer    KSP asks citizens to keep  an eye out for children left in  vehicles on hot days and to  call 911 if they think the oc?   cupant is in danger      r  7   ?       7      Aft BUSH HOG   C Performance You Can Count On SM   Loaders ?   Rotary Cutters  ?   Zero Turn Mowers   S Southern States   AUGUSTA FARM SUPPLY   ? ? Hwy  8 ?   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Farm Properties ?   Mobile Homes  ?   Churches   Commercial Buildings    Contact Your Local Director  for Service     Ted Colvin   Bracken and Pendleton   747 5945    Bill Stitt   Mason  Robertson  and Bracken   724 5814     1718 US 68 South ?   Maysville  KY   606 759 5252 or Toll Free 800 759 9618     Encourage your young  angler?  s growing  interest this summer   If free fishing weekend  was a homerun with your  kiddos  you might be won?   dering about how to keep the  momentum going throughout  the summer    Take a cue from them   keep it fun    Does this mean they need  to catch a fish or get a bite  every cast  Not necessarily   Fun can be wading a creek  or floating down one for the  first time in a canoe or kayak   Fun can be seeing how many  different species of fish you  can catch or how many fish?   ing holes you can visit this  summer  Fun can be catching  your own live bait then using  it to catch dinner    Fun does not have to be  complicated  but finding the  time can be for grown ups    A memorable fishing trip  does not require an entire  day  Take off after work with  your new fishing buddy and  fish until dusk  or rise early  and fish until mid morning    You probably have an  idea about where to go  but  lay out the options and let  your young angler make the  final decision  They will ap?   preciate being involved in the  process    ? ?Offer your suggestions  but don?  t be too pushy ?   said  Easton Copley  aquatic edu?   cation program coordinator  with the Kentucky Depart?   ment of Fish and Wildlife  Resources    Farm ponds and Fish?   ing in Neighborhoods  FINs   lakes are excellent options   The odds of catching fish    consistently can be better in  these smaller bodies of wa?   ter    The FINs program in?   cludes 43 locations across  Kentucky and each is stocked  throughout the year  Hybrid  sunfish have been stocked in  almost two dozen FINs lakes  in recent days  Channel cat?   fish were stocked in many  last month    Streams are another good  option    ? ?In the creek  you?  re al?   ways moving ?   said Mike  Hardin  assistant Fisher?   ies Division director for  Kentucky Fish and Wild?   life  ? ?There?  s always some?   thing new around the bend   If you?  re in the shallows   you?  re seeing minnows  If  you?  re up in the shoal  you?  ll  see crawdads  As you wade   you can see fish dart by  You  can catch a lot of fish  They  can always take a friend and  all of you can just go to the  creek and they find their own  fun ?     Kids love to play in the  dirt and splash in the water   Teach them about how easy  and fun it can be to do both  by catching their own live  bait     Worms appeal to just  about every game fish spe?   cies and it?  s a fairly easy  activity for a young angler  to collect plenty for a day  trip  Observe a driveway or  sidewalk after a rain shower   Along with gardens  compost  piles and areas where the soil  stays moist and cool  these  spots can yield a bonanza of  live bait    Like worms  crayfish  make great live bait  es?   pecially in waters holding  smallmouth bass    ? ?If you?  re going to look  for crawdads in a large creek   look for backwater areas or  areas with isolated  ponded  water that?  s not really flow?   ing ?   Hardin said  ? ?You can  flip rocks over there and the  crayfish are easier to catch ?     Don?  t forget about the  pincers  Pick up a crayfish on  either side of its midsection    behind the head and pincers    with your thumb and index  finger  Crayfish are hearty  and do fine kept in a small  bait bucket filled with wa?   ter  Hook them through the  underside of the tail with an  Octopus hook and fish them  weightless or with a pinch  weight     ? ?When you cast them in  swift water  they swim a lit?   tle bit and you can feel them  thump  When you feel that  thump  smallmouth just come  to it ?   Hardin said  ? ?When  there?  s no more thump  and  you feel that steady pull on it   you?  ve got one ?     A good starter set up for  a young angler is simple   a  spincast reel spooled with 4   pound clear monofilament  line threaded through the  guides of a 5 foot or shorter  rod  Thread a worm onto an  Aberdeen hook  apply a small  splitshot to the line beneath a  bobber and they?  re ready to  catch fish    Once they?  ve got a han?   dle on how to operate the  basic setup  they may want  to try different equipment or  presentations    Few things in fishing are  more exciting than watching  a fish crash a topwater lure   To assemble an easy and pro?   ductive summertime topwater  presentation for panfish and  bass  thread the line through  a clear casting bobber and  attach a small swivel to the  main line  To the swivel  tie a  12  to 18 inch monofilament  leader  Tie a foam spider or  popper fly to the other end    You will not want to for?   get your young angler?  s ex?   periences and development   so consider keeping a sum?   mer scrapbook or get them  in the habit of documenting  their fishing adventures in a  journal  These will become  treasured keepsakes for years  to come and imagine how  impressed their teachers will  be when the new school year  starts    Note the date and loca?   tion of each outing  Include  photographs of fish caught  and a description of the trip   Keep a log of how many spe?   cies of fish were caught by  your young angler over the  summer    ? ?A sticker chart would be  cool  too ?   Copley said    Measure and photograph  the biggest fish  They may  qualify your angler for Ken?   tucky Fish and Wildlife?  s  trophy fish program  Anglers  who catch a qualifying fish  by pole or line can receive a  trophy fish pin  Learn more  about the program on the de?   partment?  s website at fw ky   gov     AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE CITY OF BROOKSVILLE  KENTUCKY  ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR  7 1 2017 THROUGH 6 30 2018 BY   ESTIMATING REVENUES AND RESOURCES AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS  FOR THE OPERATION OF CITY GOVERNMENT   WHEREAS  an annual budget proposal and message has been prepared and delivered to the City  Council  and   WHEREAS  the City Council has reviewed such budget proposal and made necessary  modifications    NOW  THEREFORE  BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF BROOKSVILLE    SECTION 1     That the annual budget for the fiscal year beginning 7 1 17 and ending 6 30 18 is hereby adopted as  follows     General Utility Sewer      Fund    Fund    Fund   Resources Available    Fund balance carried forward       59 000       Estimated revenues    Property taxes       85 000       Licenses and permits       257 000       Intergovernmental revenues       30 000       Fines and forfeits         Charges for services       58 000       710 500       132 000   Other       2 700       Total estimated revenues       432 700       Total resources available   for appropriation       491 700       710 500       132 000    Call Amy  to start your  subscription today      606   735 2198      We are   Delivering the News     Approriations     Stop in and see me now at     on the AA Highway in Maysville    ? ?I want to thank you for  your business in the past  and look forward to  serving you in the future     Jimmy Arthur   606 217 3132 or 606 759 9603     Truck   Car  Accessories   ?   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Aberdeen  Ohio    2017 Summer Beef  Mineral Order   By David Appelman  CEA  Ag and Natural Resources  The Bracken County Ex?   tension Service will be tak?   ing orders starting June 15 rd  for the UK IRM formulation  for the Basic Cow Calf Beef  Mineral  This mineral is for?   mulated to meet the needs  of cattle in Kentucky and  the ingredients are specified  to contain only high quality  minerals that are more read?   ily available to the animals   The recommended rate of  consumption is 3 oz head   day  It is recommended to  feed this mineral until the  end of Dec  at which time we  will switch over to a High  Magnesium Mineral  In ad?   dition to the regular mineral   you can also order mineral  formulated with IGR Lar   vacide to control flies for an  additional cost  For price in?   formation  call our office  If  you wish to place an order   calculate the total number of  pounds for 180 days  and call  the office with your order   The minerals will be supplied  through Kentucky Nutrition  Service and available at the  Brooks ville Farm Supply   The deadline to place your  order is June 19 th   2017     Business Cards    45 per 1000  Call 735 2198     ww    Me FLEA     Now is the time to take care of  your pet?  s fleas   ticks  Check  your pet carefully and give us a  call with treatment questions   We?  ll help you take care of the  problem     Town   Country Veterinary   Dr  Glass  Dr  Conway  Dr  Biddle  Dr  Muse   Dr  Reeder   759 5496   490 Tucker Drive   down from Super 8   Maysville  KY  Opening at 8 a m  Mon  Sat  with 24 Hour Emergency Service    General Government       195 030       Police       146 050       Fire       8 000       Streets       61 900       Sanitation       55 000       Parks   Recreation         Public Utilites         755 250       131 500   Capital Overlay         Debt Services         Total Appropriations       465 980       755 250       131 500   Excess of resources over    under appropriations       25 720        44 750        500   Interfund transfers         Estimated fund balances end   of fiscal year       25 720        44 750        500     ATTEST      City of Brooksville     Let us keep an eye on your vision     As you age  your risk of eye disease increases   but the early signs are often undetectable without  a professional exam  Early detection and treatment  of eye diseases such as glaucoma are key to  preserving your sight  making an annual  eye exam an important part of your  healthcare routine  If you are over the age  of 60  and it has been more than  a year since your last eye exam   talk to us today about  your vision care needs      CITY CLERK    Frankfort Street  Brooksville  KY ?    606  735 2020 Dr  Brett A  Hines   www cyntnianavisioncenter com Dr  Angela Scifres                                                                                                                                        10   THE BRACKEN COUNTY NEWS  Thurs   June 15  2017    BCMS has three  compete at  Middle School  State Track Meet   Three members of the  Bracken County Middle  School Track Team quali?   fied to compete at the Mid?   dle School State Track Meet  held in Louisville on Satur?   day  June 3  2017    Karis Applegate fin?   ished 16th in the 100 meter  dash with her time of 13 51  seconds  She set not only a  new personal record for the  2017 season  but also a new  school record  She is the  daughter of Ashley   Chris  Linback and Jerry Apple   gate    Nicholas Cummins fin?   ished 20th in the 1600 meter  run with his time of 5 13 47   He set a new 2017 personal  record and also set a new  school record  He is the son  of David   Cindy Cum?   mins    Payton Tully returned  for the second year in a row  to compete in the Middle  School Track Meet  He fin?   ished 52nd in the 100 me?   ter hurdles with his time of  19 19 seconds  Payton cur?   rently holds the school re?   cords for 100 meter hurdles  30?    17 25   the 110 meter  hurdles 33?    17 64   and the  100 meter dash  13 10   all  of which were set this out?   door track season  He is the  son of Jimmy   Kim Gil   vin     Thinking About  Your Vacation    Buy your prescription glasses  at regular price    receive your sunglasses at   20  off    Excludes Maui Jim sunglasses    Payment Due at time of order     1937 Old Main St   Maysville   Hours  M F  9   7  Sat  9  1   606 759 7311     Irving Peck  Joyce C  Peck  ABOC  NCLC   Adam Bradley  ABOC NCLC    v Carol Jean   Flowers    More   CafE UA       qa   aSH afy  x qxxaj  Eav2e i  neecLu   481 Moody Drive  Maysville  KY    606 564 6836    Augusta Athletics to  host 5K on  Sat   August 12 th   The Augusta Athletic  Department will host the  ? ?Run Along the River 5K?    on Saturday  August 12  The  race will begin at 8 30am   with registration check in  being from 7 30 8 a m  Med?   als will be awarded to the top  two males and females in  each age division  which will  be as follows  16 and un?   der  17 30  31 45  46 60  61  and older  A trophy will be  awarded to the overall male  and female  Walkers are wel?   come  but there will not be  separate awards for walkers   A t shirt will be provided for  those who register by July  30    The race will begin at  the Augusta Boat Dock  be  ran down historic Riverside  Drive and out Long Stretch   before returning back down  Riverside Drive and ending  back at the Boat Dock    The early registration en?   try fee is  18  by August 9    The fee will be  22 for those  who register after August 9   Registration forms are avail?   able at www augustaathletics   com  Online registration and  payment is available through  August 9 at runsignup com   Race Events KY Augusta   RunAlongtheRiver  There is  an additional  2 50 fee for  online registration    For more information   contact 606 756 2545     COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY  BRACKEN CIRCUIT COURT  CIVIL ACTION NO  16 CI 00014   U S  BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION PLAINTIFF   VS    MICHAEL A  CLARK  ADMINISTRATOR OF DEFENDANT   THE ESTATE OF BRANDON W  CARL  AKA BRANDON CARL  ET AL   NOTICE OF SALE   In obedience to a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in the above styled action  I will   as Master Commissioner of Bracken Circuit Court  proceed on   Friday  June 16  2017  at   10 00 A M    IN THE LOBBY OF THE BRACKEN COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER  Brooksville  Bracken County  Kentucky   to sell the hereinafter described tract of real estate and any improvements thereon   This sale is to satisfy a Judgment and Order of Sale in favor of U S  BANK NATIONAL  ASSOCIATION against the Defendant herein in the principal amount of  67 371 42  plus  interest at the rate of 6 87500  per annum from October 1  2014 until paid  together with  amounts for late fees and assessments  advancements for the protection of the property   taxes and insurance  escrow advances  and reasonable attorney fees  insurance premiums  and court costs incurred herein  The real estate to be sold is described as follows    PARCEL NUMBER  64 04A 3   PROPERTY ADDRESS  139 Diamond Ridge Road   Augusta  Kentucky 41002   SOURCE OF TITLE  Being the same property conveyed to Brandon Carl  single  by  deed from Melissa A  Bishop  single  dated the 30th day of November  2007 and being of  record at Deed Book 185  Page 466  Bracken County Records    The property shall be sold to the highest and best bidder s  and said purchaser shall be  required to pay cash or the sum of ten percent  10   of the bid price in cash deposit with  the balance of the purchase price to be due and payable in cash or certified funds  within  thirty  30  days from the date of sale  The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond   with good and sufficient surety  bearing interest at the rate of 12  per annum from the date  which is thirty  30  days following the date of sale  until paid  and payable to the Master  Commissioner    The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase price  or paying said bond before maturity by paying the balance of the principal together with  all accrued interest thereon  If the total purchase price is not paid in cash  the required  deposit shall be applied to any expenses incurred by a default of the purchaser  Provided   however  in the event a party of this action is the successful bidder at the sale of the property  by the Master Commissioner  then the said party  upon payment of the court costs and sale  expenses and any liens or judgments that have been given priority herein over the lien and  judgment of said successful bidder party  shall have its bid credited against its judgment  herein    If the purchaser s  fails to comply with the terms of the sale then  in such event  the  Master Commissioner shall immediately resell the property upon the same terms and  conditions as set forth herein  excepting only any necessary changes in the time and date of  sale  Possession of the property herein sold shall be given to the purchaser after payment  in full of the purchase price and confirmation of the sale by the Bracken Circuit Court   Pursuant to the Judgment herein  the purchaser shall be required to assume and pay all ad  valorem property taxes assessed against the property for 2017 and all subsequent years  thereafter  The title interest of the parties to the lawsuit will be conveyed without warranty  by the Master Commissioner to the purchaser and the purchaser shall receive a deed to  property upon payment of the purchase price in full  and costs of sale  if applicable  and  after confirmation of the sale by Bracken Circuit Court  subject to any equity of redemption  if the property does not sell for two thirds of its appraised value    Mark A  Schumacher  Master Commissioner  Bracken Circuit Court   CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE   I hereby certify that a true and correct copy of the foregoing has been mailed  postage  prepaid  to the Hon  Michael Brinkman  Reisenfeld   Associates  3962 Red Bank Road   Cincinnati  OH 45227  Hon  R  Campbell Connell  Department of Revenue  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Stay inside on dry   windy days    ?   Change your clothes  and shower after being out?   side to remove pollen    ?   Do not hang laundry  outside    ?   Avoid being outdoors  in the morning  when pollen  counts are the highest     ?   Use air conditioning to  cool your house or car    ?   Vacuum your floors of?   ten    Seasonal allergies can  develop at any time during  your life and are not neces?   sarily something you are  born with  Sometimes signs  of allergies aren?  t straight?   forward  as it can be hard to  distinguish an allergy from  the common cold  This is es?   pecially true with children   If you or your child has cold  symptoms that last more than  a week or seem to occur at  the same time every year  you  may want to talk with your  health care provider about it   Only a certified health care  provider can truly diagnose  allergies and prescribe treat?   ments    More information on  healthy living is available at  the Bracken County Exten?   sion office  606 735 2141     Join the Arbor Day  Foundation in July  and 10 Trees will be  planted in High Need  National Forests   Forests across Amer?   ica are a prized natural  resource  and anyone can  help plant trees in these  vital areas by joining the  Arbor Day Foundation this  month    Through the Replanting  Our National Forests cam?   paign  the Arbor Day Foun?   dation will honor each new  member who joins in July  by planting 10 trees in for?   ests that have been devas?   tated by wildfires  insects   and disease    The cost for joining the  Arbor Day Foundation is a   10 donation    America?  s national for?   ests face enormous chal?   lenges  including unprec?   edented wildfires that have  left a backlog of more than  1 million acres in need of  replanting  The Foundation  has worked with the United  States Forest Service for  more than 25 years to plant  trees in high need forests    Our national forests  provide habitat for wildlife   keep the air clean  and help  ensure safe drinking water  for more than 180 million  Americans    To join the Arbor Day  Foundation and help plant  trees in our national forests   send a  10 membership  contribution to Replanting  Our National Forests  Ar?   bor Day Foundation  100  Arbor Ave   Nebraska City   NE 68410 or visit arborday   org july       Let Us Help You With Your       4      STORAGE NEEDS        STORAGE BUILDINGS IN STOCK  READY FOR DELIVERY   Since 1991    3 1 2 miles SE of Flemingsburg  Ky    TrueBUILT on Rt  32  next to the Fast Track Shell        606 845 0540 ?  1 800 710 4822  Quality is our Goal     www trubuiltbarns com    June 15 th Crossword Puzzle    CLUES ACROSS   1  Neither  4  Edema  archaic    10  Geological time   11  Confidence   12  Cerium   14  Virtual audio cable   15  World?  s longest  river   16  A way to inform   18  Agents of one?  s   downfall   22  Secretly follow   23  Put into a position   24  Of the desert   26  And  Latin    27  Spanish city   28  Over there  archaic    30  Regard   31  Midway between  south and southeast   34  Entrap   36  Married woman   37  A place to explore   39  Assist  usually in  some wrongdoing   40  Arab ruler   41  Centiliter   42  To which   48  ? ?The Friendly  Island?     50  Inspire with love   51  Being cheeky to   52  Up   53  Middle Eastern  country   54  Compass point that  is one point north  of due east   55  Thus   56  Covered   58  Brew   59  Enter hostilely   60  Type of bulb   CLUES DOWN     1  American state   2  Speaker   3  Courses for cars   4  Deutschmark   5  Beloved ? ?Dubliner?     6  Countries of Asia   7  Hands have them   8  Came down as  ice pellets   9  Thou   12  Utter obscenities   13  Hebrew unit of  measurement   17  Morse code term   19  Home to the  witch trials   20  One who is older   21  Closes violently   25  Unaffiliated   29  Tag the runner   31  Trickeries   32  Polynesian island  group   33  Immoralities    35  Extremely delicate  38  Gradual destruction  41  North American country   43  Provide the means to do   44  Fell down on   45  Emergency medical  services   46  _the line   47  Church booklet  49  Russian ballet   56  Hello   57  Delaware    Answers to 6 8 17 puzzle        T   A   R    B   M   w       M   O   N   A   S   T   E   R   1   E   sl    A   B   O   L   1   T   1   O   N   1   S   T   S   B   E   M   U   S   E   D    T   E   R   S   E    Y   A   D         O   R   E    A   U   S   L   A   b1     s   A   cj    Is   A   V   a    G   E   H   A   L   E    s   L   A   G    Id   A   B      M   O   D    c   A   B   A   L    R   A   g       S   1   n     E   B   L   A    A   C   1   D   C   l    A   M   0   R    Y   A   M    Is   A   N   A    A P   P E A S I D A L G O   J A CCOMMODAT I ON   Iphi landeredH                                                                                                                                                                                                 THE BRACKEN COUNTY NEWS  Thurs   June 15  2017   11    Kentucky Battlefield Scores  Major Artifact Acquisition    A significant Kentucky  battlefield recently acquired  an artifact directly related to  one of the commanders at  their battle    Officials with the Battle  of Richmond found and pur?   chased the Major General?  s  commission of William  ? ?Bull?   Nelson  the overall  Union commander at the Bat?   tle of Richmond    ? ?We were actually looking  for something else when this  piece came up in a search ?    said Phillip Seyftit  Rich?   mond Battlefield Superinten?   dent  ? ?It was the proverbial  needle in a haystack ?   Seyfrit  added  ? ?The commission was  part of an auction two years  ago and didn?  t sell  which was  extremely fortunate for us ?     The commission is dated  July 15  1862  and features  the complete signatures of  then President Abraham Lin?   coln  Secretary of War Edwin  Stanton and Adjutant General  Lorenzo Thomas  The 14?   by  19?   document is printed on  vellum  which is treated calf?   skin and is similar to parch?   ment    William ? ?Bull?   Nel?   son was born on Septem?   ber 27 1828  in Washington   Mason County   Kentucky   He attended the U S  Naval  Academy and at the outbreak  of the Civil War was trans?   ferred to the U S  Army pri?   marily due to his Kentucky  connections    Nelson established Camp  Dick Robinson in Garrard  County  Kentucky during the  summer of 1861  Named a    Brigadier General  he went  on to command Union troops  at the battles of Ivy Mountain   Ky    Shiloh and Corinth   Mississippi    Nelson returned to Ken?   tucky in the summer of 1862  to help thwart a Confederate  advance into the common?   wealth  His inexperienced  force was completely deci?   mated at the Battle of Rich?   mond on August 29   30   1862  Nelson was wounded  but alluded capture by the  victorious Confederates   Richmond was the only bat?   tle Nelson fought as a Major  General    Nelson was shot and  killed by fellow Union gener?   al Jefferson C  Davis on Sep?   tember 29  1862  in Louis?   ville  Kentucky  His remains  were eventually returned to  Maysville  Kentucky  for  burial  Davis  no relation to  the Confederate president Jef?   ferson Davis  was charged but  never tried for the murder    After some minor conser?   vation and framing  the com?   mission will be on display at  the Battle of Richmond Visi?   tors Center    The Battle of Richmond  Association is currently ac?   cepting donations to pur?   chase the commission from  a local benefactor  Donations  should be sent to the Battle of  Richmond Association  At?   tention  Nelson Commission  Fund  101 Battlefield Memo?   rial Highway  Richmond  KY  40475  For more information   please call the Battle of Rich?   mond Visitors Center at 859   624 0013       Spencer Creek   will be performing at    Taylor?  s Corner Cafe   214 Hamilton Ave ?   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Kitchen Closes at 8PM    Brown sworn in as Bracken  County Trial Commissioner     District Judge Jeff Schumacher is shown swearing in Trial Commissioners Kim Razor   for Fleming County   right  and Louise Brown  for Bracken County   left  Judge Schum?   acher  who was recently appointed by Governor Matt Bevin to complete the remaining  judicial term of the late Judge Frank H  McCartney  covers Bracken  Fleming  and Mason  Counties  Ms  Brown has been a Trial Commissioner since her appointment in 2013  and  Mrs  Razor since she was first appointed last July during Judge McCartney?  s illness  Trial  Commissioners are authorized to act when the judge is not available and are appointed to  serve at the direction of the District Judge  Judge Schumacher expressed his appreciation  for their service and continued loyalty  Photo submitted    Tri State Land Company   Walton  KY    SUMMER LUNCH  MENU    859   485 1330    3 acre   Johnsville area   Mostly pasture  view  4 miles off AA Highway   city water along road    24   900   00      1 000 Down     210 per month    63 5 acre   Adams Co  Ohio  level to rolling  partly wooded  ideal for home site  or hunting get away    196   900 00    1 5 acre   Bracken Co   Perkins Ridge Rd   Pasture  mobiles welcome  city water   electric available     18   900   00    1 500 Down    Owner Financing Available    CYCLE 1   Monday   Trix yogurt   cheese stick  Cheezits  carrots   ranch  orange raisels  milk    Tuesday   Chicken cheese  wrap  fresh veggies ranch   peach cup  fruit punch  milk    Wednesday   Corn dog   ketchup or mustard  baked  beans  applesauce  milk    Thursday   Taco burrito   taco sauce  fresh fruit  mini  carrots ranch  juice box   milk    Friday   Deli sub goldfish  bread mayo  cucumbers   tomatoes ranch  juice box   pickles  snack chip  milk     Snapp named to  Campbellsville  University?  s Spring  2017 Dean?  s List   Camryn Corlis Snapp   a sophomore  from Brooks   ville  in among the 384 stu?   dents named to the Camp?   bellsville University Dean?  s  List for the Spring 2017 se?   mester  He is the son of Jason  and Amy Snapp    The academic honors?    list recognizes students who  achieve a grade point average  of 3 50 or above for the se?   mester with a course load of  at least 12 hours  The Spring  2017 academic honors?   list  includes a total of 655 stu?   dents  with 272 named to the  President?  s List for achiev?   ing a 4 0 grade point aver?   age  and 383 named to the  Dean?  s List for achieving a  3 5 to 3 99 GPA    Campbellsville Univer?   sity is a widely acclaimed  Kentucky based Christian  university with more than  5 000 students offering over  80 programs of study includ?   ing 19 master?  s degrees  six  postgraduate areas and seven  pre professional programs    The university has off cam?   pus centers in Louisville    Harrodsburg  Somerset and  Hodgenville with instruc?   tional sites in Elizabethtown    Owensboro  and Summers   ville and a full complement  of online programs  The web?   site for complete information  is campbellsville edu    Campbellsville Universi?   ty is a widely acclaimed Ken?   tucky based Christian uni?   versity with more than 3 500  students offering 63 under?   graduate options  17 master?  s  degrees  five postgraduate  areas and eight pre profes?   sional programs  The web?   site for complete information  is campbellsville edu    J ?   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Mason Sand for pools   _  3i iton   ces    BRACKEN COUNTY SHERIFF S OFFICE  ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS  COURT SECURITY OFFICER  CSO    The Sheriff?  s Office is now accepting applications  for CSO  This is a part time position that pays  9 00 hour  with no benefits  It requires up to a maximum of 99 hours  per month to provide security and perform other duties  associated with court proceedings and prisoner retention   Candidates for this position may pick up applications at  the Sheriff?  s Office  Applications will be accepted until  4 00 p m  on July 21  2017  Candidates must successfully  complete the hiring process for this position  Selected  candidates must also complete a two week  80  hour  training course for this position  Minimum qualifications  for this position is high school grad GED  not convicted  of any felonies  not prohibited from carrying firearm  and  minimum of 21 years of age  6 29 c    ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS   The Bracken County Health Department is accepting  applications for a part time Local Health Nurse I or  LHN II    This position is located in the local county school  system and is a ten  10  month  partial year  position    Starting Salary   16 29    17 12 negotiable with  experience and degree Grade 15   Applications and full listing of qualifications may  be obtained at the Bracken County Health Department   429 Frankfort Street  Brooksville  Kentucky OR online at  http   chfs ky gov dph LHD htm  Completed application  and transcript must be returned by close of business  Monday  June 19th  2017 to Bracken County Health  Department   Resume will not substitute for completed  application    Equal Opportunity Employer   Applicants and employees in this classification  may be required to submit to a drug screening test and  background check    6 8   6 15   Regal Beloit   Power  Tramission Solutions   NOW HIRING    SEEKING TO FILL IMMEDITATELY    2nd and 3rd Shift CNC Machinist  with minimal experience    Jobs located in Florence  KY     Apply Online at  www regalbeloit com      Yard Sale   Rentals    EG    Real Estate  Corner    6384 Brooksville   Germantown Road   Beautiful 3 bedroom  1  1 2 bath home with a large  kitchen  Home is located  in Germantown by the  post office  This property  has an outbuilding and is  ready to move into  Home  is listed    80 000  For  more information  contact  T J  Burton 606 782 2150    255 Hester Road    Beautiful 4 bedroom  3  bath home in the country   sitting on 89 acres  This  property is on a quiet road  and offers beautiful views   This property is priced  at  620 000  For more  information  contact T J   Burton 606 782 2150    1851 Brooksville   Germantown Road   115  Acres?  One of the best  farms in Bracken County   This property features  excellent boundary and  interior fence  new bams  and a home  Great place  to start or grow a cattle  operation  This farm is  priced    409 000  For  more information or to see  the property contact T J   Burton 606 782 2150    Snag Creek  Foster   KY   This farm features  a beautiful lake on 58      acres just a few minutes  off the AA Highway   Excellent building sites   good fencing  and plenty  of wildlife  Come see  it today  Property is  priced    159 00  For  more information on this  property  contact T J   Burton 606 782 2150    Thought Of The  Week  Joy has a GPS  It  can find you anywhere     PERRY POE  REAL ESTATE  735 3176    YARD SALE  Fri    Sat    June 16   17 from 9 3  p m  at 1310 Perkins Ridge   Cleaning out the basement  and it all must go  Cheap  prices  Enough accumulated  from 8 families  Cancel if  rain  6 15 c    YARD SALE  Thurs   Fri     Sat  from 9 5 p m  at 132 So   Bluegrass Rd  2 queen beds   dining room table chairs   antique toddler bed  other  furniture  men s large clothes   girl s clothes  buckets   luggage  archery stuff  lots  more  6 15 p    YARD SALE  Sat   June  17 from 8 2 p m  at 440  BridgevilleRd   Germantown   Misses   plus size business    casual clothing  men    boy s clothing  household  items  purses  shoes  books   craft supplies  toys   holiday  decorations  6 15 p    GARAGE SALE  Sat   June  17 at 1483 Bladeston Dr    1 5 miles past Dollar Store   from 8 30 1 p m  Given by  Amy Snapp and Rebecca  Rumford  Men clothes L   2XL  women clothes S 2XL   shoes  toys  household decor   kid clothes  boy 8 12   girl  8 14   purses  Playskool desk    much more  6 15 p    Modern 2 BR APART?   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 2017 Cub Cadet DADS HALF    EXCEPTIONAL FINANCING  OFFERS AVAILABLE 1    s  wA s  Woir      3412 123 i     Notice    PUBLIC NOTICE   Notice is hereby given  that Michael Taylor  128  HRF Blvd   Augusta  KY  41002  and Charles Taylor   172 Hannah Dr   Foster   KY 41043  has filed an  application with the Natural  Resources and Environmental  Protection Cabinet to  construct a privacy fence at  525 E  3rd St   Augusta  KY  41002  Taylor Trailer Park    Any comments or objections  concerning this application  shall be directed to  Kentucky  Division of Water  Surface  Water Permit Branch   Flood Plain Management  Section  200 Fair Oaks Lane   Frankfort  KY  40601  Phone   502  564 3410  6 22 c    PUBLIC NOTICE   Notice is hereby given  that Amy Jefferson  207 E   2nd St   Augusta  KY 41002   has filed an application with  the Natural Resources and  Environmental Protection  Cabinet to construct a wooden  privacy fence at 207 E  2nd  St   Augusta  KY 41002   Any comments or objections  concerning this application  shall be directed to  Kentucky  Division of Water  Surface  Water Permit Branch   Flood Plain Management  Section  200 Fair Oaks Lane   Frankfort  KY  40601  Phone   502  564 3410  6 22 p    GOVERNMENT FORECLOSURE SALE   THURSDAY  JULY 13 2017 AT 10 00 A M    98 THOMPSON RIDGE RD   GERMANTOWN  KY 41044 BRACKEN COUNTY   HOUSE AND LOT     It consists of a living room  kitchen  four bedrooms and two bathes  This property is considered unsuitable for the Rural Development  Housing  Program  This would be an excellent buy for an investor interested in rental property or for resale after repairs    An Open House will be held on Thursday  July 6  2017 from 10 00 a m  ll  00 a m    The minimum acceptable bid for this property is  23 450 00    Payment of the current year?  s property taxes is the responsibility of the purchaser    Clear title to this property is not warranted  The U S  Marshal?  s Deed is not a general warranty deed  Buyers are advised to have the property?  s  title examined  Written notification regarding encumbrances on the property must be made to the Rowan County Rural Development Office  within 30 days                                                                          LEGAL NOTICE   Notice is hereby given that on Thursday  July 13 2017 at 10 00 A M  at 98 Thompson Ridge Rd   Germantown  Kentucky  in order to raise the  principal sum of  83 063 92  with accrued interest of  9 557 97  through December 22  2015  with the total subsidy granted of  19 408 32   escrow charges in the amount of  794 09  late charges of  204 60  and fees assessed of  2 616 82  for a total unpaid balance due of   115 645 72 as of December 22 2015  Interest is accruing on the unpaid principal balance at the rate of  14 0718 per day after December 22   2015  until the date of entry of the Judgment  plus interest on the Judgment amount  principal plus the shared appreciation recapture plus  interest to the date of entry of this Judgment  at the rate of 0 81   computed daily and compounded annually  until paid in full and for the costs  of this action  pursuant to Judgment and Order of Sale  being Civil Action No  2 16 CV 00006 WOB JGW on the Covington Docket of the  United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky  entered on March 3 2017  in the case of United States of America vs  Delphine  W  Ruark  Melissa L  Ruark  a k a Melissa L  Martin   and Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company  the following described property  will be sold to the highest and best bidder    House and lot located at 98 Thompson Ridge Rd   Germantown  KY 41044   TERMS OF SALE  Ten percent  10   of the bid price  in the form of a Cashiers Check made payable to the U S  Marshal  on the day of sale  with good and sufficient bond for the balance  bearing interest at the rate of 0 81   per annum until paid  due and payable in sixty  60  days and  said bond having the effect of a Judgment  Upon a default by the Purchaser  the deposit shall be forfeited and retained by the U S  Marshal as  part of the proceeds of the sale  and the property shall again be offered for sale subject to confirmation by the Court  This sale shall be in bar  and foreclosure of all right  title  interest  estate claim  demand or equity of redemption of the defendant s  and of all persons claiming by   through  under or against them  provided the purchase price is equal to two thirds of the appraised value  If the purchase price is not equal to  two thirds of the appraised value  the Deed shall contain a lien in favor of the defendant s  reflecting the right of the defendant s  to redeem  during the period provided by law  KRS 426 530   Under law  the purchaser is deemed to be on notice of all matters affecting the property of  record in the local County Clerk?  s Office    Inquiries should be directed to  Elwood Howe  Area Director   Rural Development Area Office  Morehead  Kentucky  Telephone  606 784 6447    Don?  t you think it?  s time to subscribe  Phone 606 735 2198    BID NOTICE   The City of Brooksville will be accepting bids for the  installation and cleanup of approximately 18 500 feet of  gas line on the Chaney Road in Bracken County  Please  note bid is for installation and clean up only    Bids will be accepted until 4 00 p m  Friday  June 23   2017 at the Brooksville City Clerk s Office  101 Frankfort  Street  P O  Box 216  Brooksville  KY 41004  Bids will be  opened at 4 15 p m  on Friday  June 23  2017 at Mayor s  Office  101 Frankfort Street  Brooksville  KY 41004   Questions may be directed to Jeff Mofford  Utilities  Superintendent  606 735 2501     BID NOTICE   The City of Brooksville will be accepting bids to mill  and pave 2 inches of blacktop on Garrett Avenue beginning  at St  James Church to the end of the street approximately  3 tenths of a mile  1600 feet     Bids will be accepted until 4 00 p m  Friday  June  23  2017 at the Brooksville City Clerk s Office  101  Frankfort Street  P O  Box 216  Brooksville  KY 41004   Bids will be opened at 4 15 p m  on Friday  June 23  2017  at the Mayor s Office  101 Frankfort Street  Brooksville   KY 41004  Questions may be directed to Jeff Mofford   Utilities Superintendent  606 735 2501     POSTED    Absolutely no trespassing of  any kind on the 100 acres of Arlene  Jones located on Case Ridge     7 17    Absolutely no hunting  quad  running  or trespassing of any kind  on the 46 acres located at 432  Johnsville Foster Rd   Foster     7 17    Posted  no trespassing  no  hunting  no fishing  no trapping on  the 59 acres owned by Scott Jones at  904 Oakland Rd   8 17    No trespassing  dumping or  hunting on the Mary Lathem Est    west Turtle Creek Road   8 17   No hunting or trespassing of  any kind  day or night on the farm  at 2869 Moore Rd   without written  permission   9 17    No hunting or trespassing of  any kind on the 23 acres owned  by A J  McQueen  located at 1383  Union Chapel Rd  All violators will  be prosecuted   9 17    Absolutely no trespassing of  any kind on the Williams farm at  the end of Lockmier Rd  west side of  Bracken Creek  109 acres   9 17   No hunting  4 wheeling  or  trespassing on McKenney land on  No  19 between Petra and Milford  and on Moore Road   10 17    No hunting or trespassing on  the 140 acre farm of George   Betty  Fooks on Garrison Road   10 17   Posted  No trespassing for any  reason  Lot 12   Michele Dr   616  Germantown   10 17    Absolutely no hunting  4   wheeling or trespassing including  dogs on 60 acres owned by Tom    Emma Brumback at 549 Stump  Road   H 17    Absolutely no hunting or  trespassing of any kind on the  properties of Tommy Joe Cox located  at 2468 Western Hills Rd  and 5032  Snag Creek Rd   11 17    No hunting or trespassing of  any kind on the property of Edwin  McGee at 2226 Willow Lenoxburg  Rd  Violators will be prosecuted     11 17    No trespassing  hunting  quad  running or fishing on the 86 acre  property known as Potato Hill Farm   67 Lockmier Lane  Violators will be  prosecuted   11 17    Courtney Farm   former    Clarence Courtney farm  New Zion  Rd  Absolutely no hunting  fishing   ATV or horseback riding  tractors  no  trespassing without written notorized  permission  All violators will be  prosecuted   11 17    No hunting or trespassing of  any kind on the farm at 27 Wellsburg   Walcott Rd  owned by G L  Murray     12 17    No trespassing at all  Land  Posted?   at 2757 Neave Milford Rd    Bracken Co  Do Not Enter   no  hunting on this property  We will  prosecute   1 18    New Owners   556 Hamilton Rd   Absolutely no hunting  ATV UTV  riding or trespassing of any kind   Dogs will be shot  no exceptions   violators will be prosecuted to the  fullest   2 18    No trespassing  fishing  hunting   walking  or crossing the creek at  1535 Mattox Rd   Neave   2 18   Absolutely no trespassing   hunting  or ATV s on the 86 acres  King s Haven Farm  1675 Hamilton  Rd   2 18    No trespassing or hunting on the  property owned by the Bradbury s on  Hwy  19 in the Valley Hi Subdivision   Augusta   3 18    Absolutely no trespassing of  any kind on the farm located at 2321  Johnsville F oster Rd   3 18    Absolutely no hunting or  trespassing on the 24 1 2 acres  located at 264 Rock Rd  Absolutely  no exceptions  Violators will be  prosecuted to the full extent of the  law  Jeff Cline  4 18    Absolutely no hunting  or trespassing on the 114 acres  located at 875   1159  Absolutely  no exceptions  Violators will be  prosecuted to the full extent of the  law  Kevin Cline  4 18    Absolutely no hunting or  trespassing of any kind on the  202 5718 acres  Barnett property  located at 3416 Parina Rd    Brooksville   6 18    Absolutely no trespassing   hunting  fishing  quad riding or  trapping for any purpose on the 100  acres of Johnny   Jenny Free at 2075  Brooksville Powersville Rd  and the  1 1 2 acres at 224 Freedom Lane   Violators will be prosecuted   6 18      Jim barna   log   timber homes   Jim Barna Log   Timber Homes of Northern Kentucky   Log   Timber Frame Homes   Log Siding   513 256 4363 ?   nkylog gmail com  www nkylog com                                                          14   THE BRACKEN COUNTY NEWS  Thurs   June 15  2017    Augusta Art Guild awards  ? ?Art in the Garden?   Winners      Above  Augusta Art Guild President Rolland Tongretpresents Tracy Iliff of Jaime s Art  Pottery with    Best of Show ?   Award  Photos submitted    Above  Augusta Art Guild President Rolland Tongret  presents Ivanka Lempitskiy  shown here with her husband   with the Honorable Mention ?   Award     The Augusta Art Guild  would like to congratulate  its ? ?Best Of Show?   winners   Jaime and Tracy Iliff of Jai?   me?  s Art Pottery  From their  studio in Cincinnati  this  duo creates pottery using  clay dug from local depos?   its and has developed their  own glaze recipes to create  beautiful one of a kind ce?   ramics  Examples of their  work can be seen at www   j aimesartpottery com    Thanks to an anony?   mous donor  a second prize  was also awarded during  this year?  s Art in the Gar?   den  The judges elected to  recognize Ivanka Lempits?   kiy with an ? ?Honorable  Mention?   award  Ms  Lem?   pitskiy is Cincinnati based  artist who works in a va?   riety of medium including  jewelry and pastels  She is    also an active member of the  Augusta Art Guild  who fre?   quently features her work in  their gallery    Each year on the first  Saturday in June  the Augusta    Art Guild hosts Art in the  Garden  For more informa?   tion on how to participate  in next year?  s event  visit  www AugustaArtGuild   com     KY Center Governor?  s School for the        VOLUNTEERS ADVOCATING  FOR CHILDREN    A new volunteer training class will start soon   The training is free and refreshments are served   For more information  contact CASA at 606 563 7431     Arts Celebrates 30 th Anniversary    CASA protects our most vulnerable citizens  please  consider being a powerful VOICE in a Child?  s Life     as it prepares to welcome students    During the past 30 years   The Kentucky Center Gov?   ernor?  s School for the Arts   GSA  has transformed the  state?  s most creative young  minds into professionals on  track for future success  The  three week residential sum?   mer program takes place at  Centre College in Danville  and is offered to more than  250 exemplary Kentucky high  school students with an inter?   est in one of the nine disci?   plines that GSA offers  Those  with a passion for architecture  and design  creative writing   dance  drama  film and pho?   tography  instrumental music   musical theatre  visual art and  vocal music are encouraged  to apply to the program to ex?   pand their skillset and reach  beyond the confines of a tradi?   tional high school classroom    Over the summer  these  students work with profes?   sional teaching artists and  GSA alumni to illuminate  their abilities as artists and  master qualities that will ben?   efit Kentucky for years to  come  With more than 5 700  alumni  GSA connects these  young adults to an immense  network of friendly faces  and resources  Alumni of?   ten return to assist in student  instruction and exploration   including GSA director Nick  Covault  graduating class of  2002  Covault studied vocal  music during his time in the  immersive summer program  and used this momentum to  steer his life towards success   as he is the first graduate to  serve as director of GSA    Covault isn?  t the only  graduate to remain connected  to the program  Kentucky  Center president Kim Baker  was a part of the original GSA  class of 1987 where she stud?   ied instrumental music    ? ?GSA helped set me on a  lifelong journey ?   Baker said   ? ?It provided an outlet to share  my passion and provided ac?     cess to a career path that now  gives me the opportunity to  open doors to life changing   transformative experiences  for others ?     The prosperous futures  of GSA alumni are not lim?   ited to Kentucky or academia   Kevin Olusola  member of the  world famous and Grammy   winning acapella group Penta   tonix   got his start with GSA   Brooklyn based illustrator  and GSA alumnus Ben Wise?   man?  s artwork has been fea?   tured on numerous magazine  covers  including TIME and  Newsweek  Louisville native  Alaina Mills was a member  of the 2005 graduating class  where she devoted herself to  acting and dancing  and now  Mills tours the country with  the production of ? ?Beautiful     The Carole King Musical ?    These graduates  as well as  Baker and Covault  are col?   laborating to create what  Baker calls ? ?a lasting impact  on the lives of individuals as  well as our entire community   for generations to come ?     Impacts that the GSA  classes have on the world  stretch far beyond the arts  community  and the bar for  these students is set quite high   The program has become a  jumping off point for those  with talents in law  account?   ing and even those who?  ve  devoted their lives to the field  of medicine  William Gump   1989  Creative Writing  is  a pediatric neurosurgeon for  Norton Healthcare  using the  softer skills GSA gave him   such as critical observation  and adaptability  in his diffi?   cult line of work    In late June  the student   artists will gather  coming  from every corner of the state     47 counties represented in  all  For weeks  they will be  immersed in a rigorous sched?   ule of daily seminars  master?   classes  lectures  hands on  workshops and field trips to    regional arts attractions   so  that when they graduate  GSA  will leave them better ac?   quainted with their own tal?   ents  better prepared for the  professional world and capa?   ble of representing Kentucky  proudly  as so many GSA art?   ists have done before    A typical day for the stu?   dents can consist of several    hours of studio time  immer?   sive workshops and or spe?   cial events such as college  fairs and field trips  The teens  frequently meet with alumni  and local artists to get advice  on future endeavors and on  other days  are able to travel  the state to experience attrac?   tions of artistic nature such  as the Speed Art Museum in  Louisville or a listening tour  with the Kentucky Historical    Society  The whole experi?   ence wraps up with the excit?   ing Final Day Festival where  the new graduates will be able  to celebrate what they have  learned and how they plan to  apply their new skills as they  go forward in their lives    The possibilities for these  esteemed students are endless   The benefits that stem from  GSA involvement will last  far beyond those three weeks     They will be able to apply the  skills and knowledge they  gained for the rest of their  lives  whether they continue  down an artistic path or not   The Governor?  s School for  the Arts summer program is a  once in a lifetime experience  and as Covault said  ? ?Accep?   tance into GSA is a high hon?   or and accomplishment that  should make parents  teachers  and communities proud ?      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S Mission    1   Our mission is to provide trained community volunteers to speak for children in   1 court who are victims of dependency  neglect and or abuse  We help children find   1 a safe  permanent and loving home as soon as possible   

Bracken County news (The), 2017-06-15

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