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date (2011-10-05) newspaper_issue BEARCATS ROAR  POUND  WOODFORD COUNTY 31 13  B1    Pageant contestants compete  at 2011 Burgoo festival  A10     Lawrenceburg  Kentucky    Wednesday  October 5 2011    75 cents     Pave all  driveways   Really    Rule that requires paved   drives likely to be killed   By Ben Carlson   General Manager   If one digs deep enough  find  ing an outdated or even outland  ish local ordinance on the books  is almost a certainty  and gener  ally one that gives the digger a  chuckle    Such as  It is illegal in  fill in  name of community  to eat ice  cream on Sundays while riding a  horse on Main Street    During Tuesday mornings   See PAVED  Page A3     Photo by Ben Carlson    BRUSH MUCH    Rodney Mullins  left  and Raymond Sullivan of Atmos Energy don t really need a toothbrush  haircut and  shave  but they sure look that way as they pose for a photo during Saturday s inaugural Burgoo Cook off   sponsored by The Anderson News  The event featured seven teams  several of which arrived with  to put it  kindly  interesting booths  including one featuring an outhouse serving  poo goo   Four Roses won the event   which raised  460 for Shop With a Cop  For photos of each team  see A9     Hoops coach Drury leaving classroom  not sidelines     By John Herndon   Sports Editor   Glen Drury made his wife  Jen  nifer  promise she would not do any  thing for his retirement from teach  ing at Anderson County High School    But that did not stop his peers  from getting together to honor the    schools boys basketball coach and a  physical education instructor from  putting together a surprise reception  Friday afternoon    Drury  who got a job at his alma  mater to start the 1983 84 school year  and has been there ever since  with  the exception of two years at Western    High School  made his exit from the  classroom Friday    He will stay on as the schools bas  ketball coach    I have been lucky to be around  good people like this  an obviously   See DRURY  Page A3    Scores  better   but not  enough   Only SaffelI  Turner meet  goals  writing scores  decrease across district   By Meaghan Downs   Staff writer   Anderson County Pub  lic Schools showed mixed  results in critical content  areas  improving in math  and reading but still failing  to meet adequate yearly  progress for the third year  in a row    The Kentucky Core  Content Tests  KCCT  are  in its final year as state  benchmarks for Kentucky  schools  as the state transi  tions to its K PREP account  ability system for third  through eighth graders    New testing standards  at the high school level  will emphasize college and   See TESTS  Page A2     Photo by Ben Carlson    Officer Leslie Vogt with the Lawrenceburg Police Department fills out a report last Wednesday following  the theft of flags at the Healing Field  Show with Vogt  from left are Auxiliary member Nettie Halvorson   Legion Commander Bobby Thornberry and Auxiliary member Shirley Thornberry     Two flags swiped from Healing Field    Congressman Chandler to visit  Friday to donate additional flags   By Ben Carlson   General Manager   They fly above granite markers at the  Healing Field in Lawrenceburg as a patriot  ic reminder of Kentucky soldiers who gave  their lives in the war on terrorism    Apparently  not everyone shares that    level of patriotism because  sometime last  week  someone lowered two American flags  and stole them    Officials with American Legion Post 34  and its Auxiliary replaced those flags last  Wednesday afternoon  but said they cant  understand why anyone would commit  such an act    I have no idea who would have done  such a thing  said Legion Commander  Bobby Thornberry  who was joined in   See FLAGS  Page A3    Suspect caught after  holing up in Best Western   Weapons drawn after Paris man leaps from hotel window    From staff reports   A man suspected of robbing  a pharmacy in Paris on Sept  22  was apprehended last Wednesday  afternoon  but not before doing  his level best to get away    Realizing that police were clos  ing in on him  Mark A  Sparks    24  of Paris reportedly leaped  from the second floor window  of a room he rented at the Law  renceburg Best Western but was  quickly tracked down by police  and taken into custody    Police received a tip that  Sparks was holed up in the hotel  and surrounded it  Sparks appar  ently grew wise  though  and  leaped from a second flow win  dow just above the hotels pool  and attempted to get away    Numerous officers reacted   some with their weapons drawn   At one point  a witness at The  Anderson News  which is located  next door to the hotel on US 127  Bypass  saw what she believed  was Sparks dash through the  newspapers drive thru lane   headed for a tract of woods  behind the office    After he was caught  Sparks  was placed in the back of a state  police cruiser  A short time later  a  state trooper opened the cars door  and removed what appeared to     Photo by Janie Bowen    Officer Joe Saunier of the Lawrence  burg Police Department points his  gun at a window on the back side of  the Lawrenceburg Best Western last  Wednesday afternoon    be several hundred dollars from  Sparks  The trooper and Law  renceburg Police officer Leslie  Vogt were then seen counting the  cash on the hood of the car    No one was apparently injured  in the incident    Responding were the Kentucky  State Police  Anderson County  Sheriffs Office and the Law  renceburg Police Department     Calendar      Church    Classifieds   Court    Burgoo     Index   Vol  135 No  29  Two sections     A12 Opinion A4 5    A13 Real Estate BIO    B7 9 Society A12   A8  A14 Sports B1 6      A9 10 Way We Were All    www theandersonnews com     Weekend Forecast   Friday  Mostly sunny  High  Lower 80s  Low   Lower 50s    Saturday  Mostly sunny  High  Upper 70s   Low  Lower 50s    Sunday  Mostly sunny  High  Upper 70s  Low   Lower 50s     SUBMIT A NEWS ITEM  SUBSCRIBE  PLACE AN AD   www theandersonnews 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district is now desig  nated as in its first year of dis  trict improvement status and  eligible for state assistance for  the middle and high schools    Only 43 percent of Ken  tuckys public schools met  their average yearly progress  goals  with 132 other districts  given the same classification  consequence as Anderson  County    NCLB index scores are  based on the Kentucky Core  Contest Test  KCCT  score  reports from the highest test  ing levels  proficient and  distinguished    Two elementary schools   Robert B  Turner and Saffell  Street  achieved 100 percent of  its adequate yearly progress  goals  based on the 2010 test  results taken last spring     Anderson County  84 6    Emma B  Ward Elemen  tary  83 3    Robert B  Turner  100    Saffell Street Elementary   100    Anderson County Middle  School  92 3    Anderson County high  school  90   Anderson County  as a dis  trict  ranked well above the  state  which was assessed at  52 percent of adequate yearly  progress    Its index score ranked high  er than neighboring Woodford   68 8 percent   Franklin  31 8  percent   Fayette  56 percent    Spencer  69 2 percent  and  Shelby  57 9 percent  counties    Each school have a num  ber of target goals  sometimes  up to 25  they must reach in  order to pass NCLB  Anderson  County met 11 out of 13 target  goals for this year  as opposed  to Franklin  who only met 5  out of 16 goals    Reading and math scores  improved for some  but not all    of Anderson Countys schools    Emma B  Ward was the only  school that did not make AYP  overall reading standards for  2011  dropping 15 8 points for  students with disabilities in  reading  Emma B  Ward  the  middle school and the high  school all did not make 2011  AYP overall standards for  math    To pass overall math and  reading standards  schools  must also meet three other  conditions  participation rate   annual measurable objectives  and the AYP graduation rate  requirements    If one requirement is not  met  the school doesnt pass  NCLB    Were obviously not happy  about not meeting NCLB   Superintendent Sheila Mitch  ell said  But were very happy  about the many gains weve  made across the district    Sharon Jackman  instruc  tional supervisor  agreed    We are certainly not com    placent and there are a num  ber of things that we recog  nize and own  she said  Weve  already started on improve  ments in those areas    The pass fail method of the  No Child Left Behind legisla  tion  signed into law in 2002   requires that all schools be 100  percent proficient in reading  and science by 2014    Last year  the Anderson  County school district met 10  out of 13 NCLB goals at 76 9  percent    In the last nine years of  being under NCLB regulations   Anderson County achieved  100 percent adequate progress  four times  2004 2005 2007  and 2009    Because the school district  has not met NCLB standards  for the past two years  it is now  eligible for state assistance for  the middle and high schools    According to Mitchell  the  improvement planning is com  pleted every year by the dis  trict and its individual schools    after test results are released  by the state    The Kentucky State Depart  ment of Education  however  is  looking to opt out of NCLB law  with a new federal waiver    The waiver  according  to statements by President  Obama in a press conference  held Sept  23  will give states  more flexibility and realistic  goals when it comes to target  ing failing schools    Kentucky was the first state  to apply for the waiver  and  if granted  will see it go into  effect next year    Mitchell and Jackman said  they agreed with Kentucky  Education Commissioner Terri  Hollidays statement that  NCLB was broken  stating  the legislation was no longer  fair  valid or reliable    Though Emma B  Ward  failed to make NCLB stan  dards  Mitchell and Jackman  said  its ranked in the Top 12  percent of Kentucky schools  on the transition index  a rank    ing system also based on the  same KCCT scores used by No  Child Left Behind    Youve got a school  Emma  B  Ward  scoring in the Top 12  of the state that didnt make  NCLB  Jackman said    The Kentucky General  Assembly approved the final  regulation on Kentuckys new  educational accountability  model in August    According to the Kentucky  department of education  the  emphasis for the new testing  standards will be on a focus on  career and college readiness   rather than minimum com  petency for math and reading  required by the No Child Left  Behind Act    The new testing requires  more rigor than KCCT  Jack   man said    We have seven schools here  but we have one goal  and  thats excellence  she said    Comment at theanderson   news com     AP scores for high school   Anderson County high school students taking the Advanced Placement exam  have increased 43 percent from 2007 to 2011    Approximately 286 students took the AP exam in 2011  as opposed to 123 in  2007    The AP exam  scored on a scale of 1 5 with 3 or higher considered passing   is a college level course examination usually taken by students who have  completed study in an advanced placement course    More Anderson County students are also achieving scores of 3 or higher on  the AP exam  up 112 students from 2007     TESTS   Continued from Page A1   career readiness scores   which encompass mul  tiple testing standards  including the ACT and  end of course assess  ments  rather than just  reading and math profi  ciency    Forty five percent of  2010 Anderson County  seniors were consid  ered career or college  ready  according reports  released by the Kentucky  Department of Educa  tion  The state average  was 42 percent    This is a considerable  improvement from last  year  when only 24 per  cent of Anderson County  seniors were considered  career or college ready    Were pleased with  the gain  but were cer  tainly not finished   Sharon Jackman  instruc  tional supervisor  said   This race isnt over    Graduation rates  for Anderson County  High School have been  decreasing for the last  three years  down 1 1 per    cent for the class of 2010  from 2009    Anderson County  High School also did not  meet adequate yearly  progress standards for  KCCT for the third  year in a row  with only  Saffell Street and Robert  B  Turner elementary  schools meeting their  goals for this year    This is the second year  the middle school did not  meet AYP  and the first  year for Emma B  Ward  elementary    Jackson and Superin  tendent Sheila Mitchell  said the districts reading  scores improved by 2 25  percent  while district  math scores improved by  6 32 percent     Combined reading and  math averages for indi  vidual Anderson County  Public Schools increased   according to data released  by the Kentucky Depart  ment of Education     Anderson County  High School  59 56 percent    Anderson County  Middle School  72 10 per  cent    Emma B  Ward ele  mentary  80 12 percent    Robert B  Turner ele  mentary  79 70 percent    Saffell Street elemen  tary  78 06 percent   Both the high school  and the middle school  as  institutions that failed to    meet the yearly progress  standard for KCCT  are  eligible for state assis  tance    Anderson Countys  interim performance  report  based on KCCT  results and other test  ing components  collates  testing information from  elementary  middle and  high schools based on  content areas and perfor  mance levels in reading   writing  math  science  and social studies    According to Jack   man  Emma B  Ward  elementary met 11 out of  13 goals and achieved its  highest score in science  since 2007  but decreased  15 8 points in reading and  11 49 points in math for  students with disabilities    Saffell Street elemen  tary met all goals and  increased 13 8 points  in math  with free and  reduced lunch students  increasing scores by 22 7  points    Robert B  Turner  elementary met all tar  get goals  but declined in  reading and on demand  writing scores     HAWESVILLE STEAMBOAT FESTIVAL    Celebrating 200 Years of Steamboats  October 8 th   9 th    Hawesville  Kentucky     For more information  call 270 927 8707    Come and enjoy the food  and the fun     Talent Contest  Rocking Chair Contest  Com Hole Tournament  Civil War Display  Christian Celebration  Tour New Courthouse  Flea Market Area    Kentucky      UNBRIDLED SPIRIT      STOCKTON   MORTGAGE   CORPORATION    Renovation Loan    Kitchen Cabinets   Painting   Mew Appliances   Remodel Bath   Siding   Mew A C Furnace   Mew Roof   Gutters   Update Electric   Mew Flooring   Mew Windows   Update Plumbing   Mew Appliances   Mew Doors   Add Porch  Deck    You Love Your Home    Make it Perfect      The middle school met  12 out of 13 target goals  and increased in every  subject area  but still  failed to meet math test  ing standards for students  with disabilities    The high school met  10 out of 11 target goals  and increased in reading   math  science and social  studies  On demand writ  ing  however  declined  1 44 points from 2010   2011    Writing across the  district needs improve  ment  Mitchell and Jack   man said  with more  emphasize being made  for instructors to look for  learning targets  Instruc  tors need to be able to  translate state standards  into clear objectives  communicated to the  students    One of the 21 st cen  tury skills is to be able to  communicate verbally  and in writing  Jackman  said  Rigor goes along  with those learning tar  gets    Comment at theander  sonnews com     Poll workers  needed for  election   From staff reports   Poll workers are  needed for the Nov  8  General Election  Coun  ty Clerk Jason Denny  announced    The job includes  approximately 14 hours  of work at the polls on  Election Day  and two  hours of training    Pay is  125  Denny  said    Those registered as  Republican or Democrat  are needed  but names  will be accepted from  other affiliations    For more informa  tion  call Denny at 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wins and losses  It has  been recognized by nam  ing the basketball court at  the school   his classroom  both during the school  day and after   in his  honor    Drury said his deci  sion to step down as a  teacher at this time was  tied to Kentucky Teachers  Retirement System rules    Hes known for some  time that he wanted to  continue coaching  but  would exit the classroom    We had talked about it    a lot this summer  Drury  said of conversations that  included high school prin  cipal Ronnie Fields and  Drurys wife  I wanted to  make sure I could finan  cially make it    While Drury is known  primarily as a basketball  coach  he has stressed  academics to his teams  and several former play  ers have gone into the  coaching ranks with some   including David Young  and Will Carlton  now  working in administration  in other counties    I have always con  sidered the school as  important  or really more  important than basket  ball  Drury said last week   Anyone that knows me  knows that basketball  is my passion  but I also  know that education is the  vehicle to get the most out  of yourself    By leaving the class  room but remaining on as  coach  Drury is following  an increasingly popular  model    Former Anderson  football coach Sam Harp  followed a similar path  at Danville High School  while Drury noted that  well known coaches Ron  Bevars of North Hardin    and Dale Mabrey of Plea  sure Ridge Park have also  followed similar paths    By stepping down now   I can still coach this year   Drury said  I had to be  done by Sept  30 or stay on  to teach until April  I cant  be a substitute teacher for  90 days but I can coach    Drury said the arrange  ment will give him even  more time to devote to his  passion  With Anderson  being seen as a potential  sleeper in the Eighth  Region this season  Drury  says he will be much  fresher to work with the  team    During the season   there were a lot of nights  when I would be coaching  or would be gone scouting  and would get home about  1 or 2 oclock in the morn  ing  then be back at school  at 6 30  That can wear on  you    Dont get me wrong   School is more important  than basketball  but when  you are fresher  you do  a better job  You get to a  point where you can only  do so much  When you get  to that point you have to  either ask for more help or  lighten the load    Drury joked at his  reception  I am never    going to have to do anoth  er curriculum map  The  crowd  made up mostly  of educators  roared in  laughter    While Drury is retiring  from the classroom  he  says the schools admin  istration has talked with  him about coming back  in another capacity after  his required 90 day period  is over  In addition to his  duties in the classroom  he  has headed up the schools  co op program  It is not  clear  however  if he will  return to that    I will probably be  around in some capacity   he said    In the meantime  Drury  will be getting ready for  the upcoming basketball  season  He plans on spend  ing a day with Butler Uni  versity coach Brad Stevens  and is planning a trip to  Utah State and coach Stew  Morrill    But as Drury left the  classroom  he reflected  and said he has been  blessed to work in Ander  son County    I guess I am like Mont  gomery Gentry  he smiled   I am a lucky man    Comment at www thean   dersonnews com     PAVED   Continued from Page A1   meeting of the Anderson  County Fiscal Court  an  ordinance not nearly as  far fetched or humorous  surfaced  but wont likely  be on the books too much  longer    Code enforcement offi  cer Doug Ingram told mag  istrates that under the cur  rent zoning regulations   all driveways in Anderson  County are required to be  paved  and good naturedly  pointed out that scores of  them  including Judge   Executive John Wayne  Conways  are not     Are we going to pick  and choose what we  enforce  Ingram asked   adding that he had  already requested an opin  ion from the Anderson  County Planning and Zon  ing Commissions attorney   along with its regional  planner with the Blue   grass Area Development  District    Ingram used Conways  driveway as an example   saying its 2 500 feet in  length and would cost  around  40 000 to pave    Conway smiled  said its  actually around 1 110 feet  and said that if true  there  would be no way for the  county to enforce such a  rule     According to Ingram   the regulation is in section  1050  paragraph C of the  zoning regulations and  discusses paving all park  ing  loading and vehicular  access areas    Ingram  who has made  significant headway in  addressing numerous zon  ing problems related to  enforcement since he was  hired in January  said he  expects planning and zon  ing to recommend changes  to that ordinance  which  could then be amended by  the fiscal court    Ingram also reported  that he has turned over  four cases involving zon  ing violations to the coun  ty attorney  They include    1560 Crooked Creek Road  for numerous unlicensed  vehicles  1140 Hammond  Road for abandoned dilap  idated structures  1993  Fox Creek Road for a fire  damaged structure  and  1791 Fox Creek Road for  unlicensed vehicles    He is also placed on  notice the owner of a prop  erty in the Running Brook  subdivision regarding an  unfinished home that has  an open basement filled  with water    Ingram said the owner  is working to acquire  electricity to keep a sump  pump operational    Comment at theander   sonnews com      Photo by Ben Carlson    Bobby Thornberry  commander of American Legion  Post 34 in Lawrenceburg  raises a flag last Wednes  day afternoon in the Healing Field  Two flags were  stolen earlier in the week  but have since been  replaced    FLAGS   Continued from Page A1   replacing the flags by Auxiliarists Shirley  Thornberry and Nettie Halvorson    An officer with the Lawrenceburg Police  Department responded and an investigation  is under way  But with no video cameras in  place  finding out who stole the flags will be  difficult without the publics assistance    Although the flags have been replaced   more will be donated thanks to Anderson  Countys representative in Congress    Congressman Ben Chandlers office  called and he will be at the Healing Field  Friday  Oct  7 at 9 a m   said Pam Rice  a  member of the American Legions Auxilia  ry  We would like to invite our community  to attend in support of the Healing Field    This will be a good opportunity to show  our elected officials in Washington how  important this memorial is  We also want  to show our appreciation for  Chandlers   efforts    Anyone with information is asked to call  the police at 839 5125      CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAYS     OPEN HOUSE    October 7   8  Friday 7 a m  5 30 p m   Saturday 9 a m  5 30 p m      Heirloom   Furniture    3008 Louisville Road  Harrodsburg  KY   859 865 4393     Join us for all the details on this great trip with the Farmers Bank  Premier Members Travel Club  What an adventure   6 days touring  Alaska 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it sure is a nice thought   Thats the essence of what I was told when I first started  pitching the idea a couple of months ago    So with the support of a handful of people as eager as I to  champ at the bit when told they cant do something  we held the  cook off Saturday during the Burgoo Festival anyway  and boy  were we wrong    No  we werent wrong in thinking it would succeed    What we were wrong about was our estimate on how  many people would actually participate  By the time  the judging began at 11 a m   we already had a small  crowd on hand which  by noon  became nearly a mob    Yours truly grossly underestimated the response  and showed up with a few hundred cups and spoons  for each of the seven teams to hand out burgoo sam  ples    Before noon  I was scrambling back to the store  for more  Those didnt last long  either  and within an  hour I was begging small foam cups from Tonys BBQ General manager   Barn      Most of the teams  which included Four Roses    Markwells Deer Processing  Lovers Leap  Tonys Barn    Anderson Realty  Atmos Energy and the City of Lawrenceburg   had estimate problems of their own  The judging  which was done  by those in the crowd willing to make a  2 donation to Shop With  a Cop  was supposed to be from 11 a m  to 3 p m   but we had to call  it off around 2 because nearly all of the teams ran out of burgoo    When the dust settled  Four Roses was judged the clear winner   thanks to its outstanding version of burgoo coupled with a terrific  booth that featured a barrel being drained into a bucket with  what looked suspiciously like bourbon but was actually iced tea   Allegedly    For their effort  the team of Jesse Sanford and Jeff Royalty  received what some called gaudy but what I thought was an  appropriate large trophy courtesy of Events Imaging and Awards   owned by Lawrenceburg resident David Brown    Denny and Joan Markwell came in a strong second and third  went to Atmos Energy    Both had tremendous booths  as well  which counted for half  of each teams score    Raymond Sullivan and his Atmos Energy buddies spent untold  hours creating an old shack  complete with assorted old time  items and bolstered by them wearing ragged bib coveralls and  nasty looking fake teeth    The Markwells took things a step further by building an out  house complete with a mannequin perched on the throne and a  water line running from the outhouse into a burgoo pot    Of course they called their burgoo poo goo  which made it so  much better    City Attorney Robert Myles was clearly in the spirit  donning  Civil War duds and serving his burgoo on a slab of wood    The other teams didnt decorate as heavily  but certainly drew  plenty of interest from the hundreds of people who ventured  into our area on Lawrenceburg Green  some even photographing  themselves in front of the various booths    A special shout out goes to Chief Deputy Joe Milam and his  wife  Terri  They collected the donations  handed out scorecards  and kept everything on the up and up  Another goes to Steve  Shryock of Bluegrass Signs and Art  who donated a very cool ban  ner to help promote the event    In short  the event that wasnt supposed to work exceeded even  our most optimistic expectations and then some  Most impor  tantly  the sheriffs offices Shop With a Cop program got a cash  injection of  460 and the chance to make Christmas happier for  even more children    All that being said  its a no brainer that we will put together  another cook off during next years festival  so those interested  should start planning now    Comment at theandersonnews com     Standardized drowning     yar it    Ben   Carlson    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR   Leaders good at spending other s money    O ur students keep drown  ing in the shallow end of  the education pool    Then again  shallow learning  is often all we expect    No Child Left Behind  the  legislative leviathan of test  scores and achievement rubrics   has been deemed  broken by both  Kentucky state  education commis  sioner  our local  superintendent  and Anderson  Countys instruc  tional supervisor    For good reason    NCLB standards  are next to impos  sible to please    Essentially  school  progress is mea  sured pass fail so  that schools must reach 100  percent in reading and math  or  perish    Education legislation based  upon magical thinking    But the problems that  plague public education wont  stop by waiving No Child Left  Behind  although Kentucky is  trying    It persists when low achiev  ing students continue to per  form poorly  despite gains by  high achieving peers    It continues when only a  third of Anderson County  high school students meet  ACT benchmarks for reading   though 45 percent of them are  apparently prepared for college  and career    Standards must exist to ful  fill our appetite for measuring  and ranking progress  Thats  a given  To start advocating a  coup of academic requirements  would be educational chaos    Perception is the enemy   not teachers  curriculum or  Congress  although all of these    things factor into the failing  grades of the American educa  tion system    One solution  substance  above testing standards    Todays students possess  more self confidence than any  generation before them    Yet American students  report underwhelming math  and reading literacy  not to  mention science  social stud  ies and writing incompetence  when compared with others on  a global scale    Our students need an educa  tional spine built from charac  ter  rather than just testing  to  support that self confidence    Until we recognize the supe  rior strength of character to  promote future academic suc  cess  however  were sending  ill prepared students with little  self motivation to continue  their struggle into college    A New York City educator  profiled in New York Times  magazines education edi  tion explains Americas lack  of tenacity and grit when it  comes to modern education       People who have an easy time  of things  who get 800s on their  SATs  I worry that those people  get feedback that everything  theyre doing is great  And I  think as a result  we are actu  ally setting them up for long  term failure  When that person  suddenly has to face up to a  difficult moment  then I think  theyre screwed  to be honest  I  dont think theyve grown the  capacities to be able to handle  that    The right tools  motivation   determination  self reliance and  critical thinking  are what  students need to rescue them  from impossible pressures of  standardized testing    Otherwise  were telling  them to keep drowning     To the editor    n these hard economic  times  I am appalled at the  leaders in this country    Whether they are leaders  in local or federal govern  ment  they just dont get it  when it comes to taxes and  the welfare of the people    There isnt a person who  goes to work every day who  is not tired of paying more  taxes when every penny  must be accounted for in  the family  You look at your  check and taxes are going  up while your pay is going  down    These leaders must under  stand that raising taxes isnt  the only option in helping  with the budget shortfall    If we need to cut or lay off  to keep from putting more  on the people  then do what  needs to be done    We all have to watch our  finances  we do not have the  option of spending other peo  ples money like the school  board  city council  fiscal  court  library board  health  department board and what  ever other boards there are    Its time to stop making  people the scapegoat for the  shortfall and do what these  leaders were voted in to do   That is to make sound deci  sions  not be burdensome to  the people    The only way we can stop  these leaders is at the ballot  box and vote them out  They  promise so much but deliver  so little that we have taxa  tion without representation   The Rev  Joseph C  Marshall Sr    Lawrenceburg   Trash collection  but no pool   To the editor    ts time for the people of  Anderson County to stand  up and say something  about our local government    I dont believe they should  be able to tell us we have to  have mandatory trash col  lection when the trash com  pany only picks up what it  wants  not what is sent out    They say theyre trying  to stop people from throw  ing things on the sides of  the roads  Well  then  make  it mandatory for the trash  company to pick up what  is put on the curb  Then see  how much gets thrown on  the sides of roads    Then they want us to pay  more taxes so they can spend  on more building and land   like the health department  and Lawrenceburg Green    And we still dont have a  pool for our kids    Gary Briscoe  Lawrenceburg    Constitutional fight   editorial on the mark  To the editor    his is in response to last  weeks editorial titled   Its time to pick a Con  stitutional fight     W ell  there was a little  frost on the pump  kin last weekend   Happy October  everyone   Its time to celebrate the end  of the harvest season  at least  the vegetable  side of things    The full  hunters moon  is Tuesday  Oct    11  and folks  in camo gear  and orange  caps will soon  be dotting the  hills to begin  their own  harvesting  If  youre a fall  hiker be sure to  wear something bright    While there may be a few  gardeners still nursing a fall  garden  most have put the  garden to bed  Pumpkins   cushaw and gourds will  start decorating lawns and   if youre lucky  pumpkin dip  and cushaw cake will start  decorating the tables    Here on the farm  its time  to start harvesting wood for  the wood stove  My old friend  MC used to guide me around  his farm  spotting downed    Its far and few between  when I see a headline such as  that  and this subject brings  me to my feet    As a Tea Party mem  ber from the start  along  with millions of Americans  including grandparents   parents  college students and  people from all walks of life   this is what we have stood  for    Tea Party stands for taxed  enough already  Thats it in  a nutshell  simple  dont  you think    We have learned from  are forefathers  as you men  tioned in your editorial  that  the Constitution is the most  important document ever  created  So  We the people of  the United States  in order to  form a more perfect union   establish Justice  ensure  domestic Tranquility  provide  for the common Defense   promote the General Wel  fare  and Secure the Bless  ings of Liberty to ourselves  and our Posterity  do ordain     When you hear the  media describe us as  radicals and terror  ists  know this  they  are talking about your  neighbors and hundred  of thousand of veterans   because the majority of  Americans with common  sense want the same  thing  smaller govern  ment        and establish this Constitu  tion for the United States of  America    As you wrote  A couple  hundred years ago  our glori  ously rebellious forefathers  filled the Boston Harbor with  tea bags because of taxation  without representation  and  yes  here we are again Ameri  cans  allowing this to happen  again    The only group that has  taken a stand is the Tea Party   When you hear the media  describe us as radicals and  terrorists  know this  they are  talking about your neighbors  and hundred of thousand of  veterans  because the major  ity of Americans with com  mon sense want the same  thing  smaller government   fair taxing and honest men  and women to represent us  in Washington    Time is long overdue    It is true our library and  health department are  putting their boots on the  throats of all of us in Ander  son County  along with all  of those who make there  own budget with no respect  to how it will affect we the  people    I agree that its time to    trees and old woodpiles  to  load up the truck  It was  always pretty and always  cold  but the conversation  kept us warm  He always had  a good story to tell    I learned a lot about wood  from MC  The kind of wood  you harvested determined  how well and how long it  would burn  It also deter  mined the amount of ashes  to clean up  Experts take it  even further by looking at  the amount of BTUs it puts  off  in addition to the sparks   smoke  coals  fragrance and  ease of splitting    MC always told me a little  green makes the fire last lon  ger  Seasoned wood is wood  from a tree that has been cut   or fallen  and left out to dry  for about six months  Green  wood is a tree that has been  recently cut down  One green  log among the seasoned stuff  will help the fire burn longer    Trees are classified as  hardwoods or softwoods   Hardwoods are best for wood  stoves and fireplaces because  they are very dense and as  such put out more heat and  burn longer  It just takes more  kindling to get the fire going     take a stand and strip the  taxing districts of budget and  taxation authority and  if the  state government objects  let  it try to enforce its unconsti  tutional rules in court  I say   make my day    I say thank you to Judge   Executive John Wayne Con  way and Magistrate David  Ruggles on this one  Theyre  attempts to be accountable  to the people of Anderson  county is commendable on  this issue    Looking at a  library  bud  get that has increased 40 per  cent since 2008 in the worst  economy since the Great  Depression is a crime on all  Anderson County residents    May all of us stay awake  and demand to stay within  the bounds of the Constitu  tion  if we do  we will never  go wrong    In conclusion  it is time  that our young people learn  about the Constitution and  have faith in the greatness  of our nation  Just maybe we  can again be that shinning  city on the hill that Ronald  Regan spoke of  for all to  respect again    Remember  your vote  is the only way to flip our  future here in Lawrence  burg  Frankfort and above  all  Washington    Karen Richardson  Lawrenceburg   Thanks for buying  Lawrenceburg Green  To the editor    would like thank Mayor  Edwinna Baker for pur  chasing the Lawrence  burg Green    The Friday night movies  are a great idea  along with  other fun activities on the  Green  and it is nice to see   local activities for commu  nity members of all ages    Who knows  Maybe we  will be able to get a skating  rink this year for December  on the Green    Thanks again  we all  really appreciate everything  your doing    Morgan Durr  Lawrenceburg   Golf carts on streets  a bad idea  To the editor    olf carts  cars and  trucks on city streets  with a speed limit of  35 mph    That sounds like an acci  dent waiting to happen    It is my opinion that the  citys recently approved  ordinance to allow golf carts  on city streets needs to be  repealed    If it is not  the carts  should have brake lights   turn signals  seat belts and  be insured to cover it while  being driven on city streets    W E  Collins  Lawrenceburg    Some of the best hard  woods to burn are ash  red  and white oak  hickory  hard  maple  dogwood and apple   Soft maple and walnut come  in a close second    Softwoods like yellow pine   spruce and fir trees are quick  burners  but a little heavy on  the smoke  Grapevines add  a wonderful aroma to a fire   and a fruity flavor to meats  if youre grilling   just be sure  it really is a grapevine and  not a big old poison ivy vine    If you buy your firewood   be sure to get it locally  State  officials have quarantined  22 counties to stop the spread  of the Emerald Ash Borer   While Anderson isnt among  the quarantined counties   Franklin  Shelby and Wood  ford are on the list  Move  ment of infested firewood  contributes to the borers  spread  Be sure you get what  you pay for when buying  wood  One cord is equal to a  stack that measures 4 feet  high by 4 feet wide by 8 feet  long  Most folks who heat  with wood go through sev  eral cords per season  Store it   See STEENERS0N  Page A5     Meaghan   Downs   Staff writer       With veggies harvested  time for firewood     Cheryl   Steenerson   Columnist      OPINION    The Anderson News   Wednesday  October 5 2011   A5    To spur job creation  cut the fat in Washington    A few years ago  the fed  eral government issued  a regulation requiring  banks to change their disclo  sure statements so  that solid vertical  lines separated col  umns on the sheet    Some small  community banks  were not able  to easily create  these vertical  lines in their new  electronic forms  as required  so to  improvise they  used lines made of  asterisks instead    Regulators charged the  banks for being in violation of  the regulation    I think we can all agree this  is a bit excessive  and thats  why I took action to oppose  this and other burdensome  regulations  Ultimately the  regulators fixed this problem   but there are many more  existing regulations just like it    The Code of Federal Regu  lations contained more than  160 000 pages in 2009  Many  regulations are ones we need     like the kind that prevent  toxic chemicals from enter  ing our water supply  but how  many are frivolous and overly  burdensome    Regulations can serve a  good purpose  They protect the  health and safety of countless  Americans doing everyday  activities from flying in air  planes to eating food from  the grocery store  At the same  time  theres no doubt a regu  lation like the one on vertical  lines is unnecessary and bur  densome  In the recent debt  ceiling negotiations  everyone  fought over whether to raise  or cut taxes  But why arent  more people talking about the  mountains of unnecessary  regulations  de facto taxes   affecting American families  and small businesses    Folks  it is time to cut the  fat  If we are serious about  creating jobs and boosting our  economy  it is time to take a  real look at overlapping and  burdensome federal regula  tions    That is why I am working  as the chair of the Blue Dog  Task Force on Oversight and    Regulatory Review to look at  some of these regulations and  push the federal government  to make changes    The task force is charged  with reviewing and taking  steps to ease the burden of the  nearly 8 000 federal regula  tions issued annually and to  pay particularly close atten  tion to regulations that bur  den small businesses  restrain  economic growth  or hinder  job creation in this tough  economy    Solid vertical lines do not  protect consumers any more  than vertical lines made out of  asterisks  This type of regula  tion only creates confusion  and hinders economic growth  in Kentucky  I wish this were  an isolated example  but Im  sorry to say that stories like  this one are not uncommon    When was the last time you  saw a headline on one of the  major news networks about a  regulation affecting a small  community bank  I under  stand why no one talks about  regulations  They are boring   but they have a huge impact  on our economy     Small businesses currently  face an annual regulatory cost  of around  10 000 per employ  ee  about a third more in costs  than what larger companies  pay  In his recent speech on  job creation  President Obama  called small businesses the  places where job creation  begins and asked Congress to  make it easier for these com  panies to hire new employees   If thats going to happen  we  need to stop saddling them  with unnecessary regulations   especially while Kentuckys  unemployment rate hovers  around 10 percent    The Blue Dog Coalition  Task Force is trying to weigh  in as much as possible on  regulations that burden our  small businesses  After the  Blue Dogs wrote a letter to the  Consumer Financial Protec  tion Bureau  CFPB  using the  vertical line example earlier  this year  the CFPB announced  an initiative to simplify new  mortgage disclosure forms and  get input from the public  The  Blue Dogs also sent letters to  independent federal agencies  urging them to review their    existing regulations before  issuing new ones    A couple weeks later  the  president echoed this senti  ment with an improved execu  tive order    Our countrys leaders are  desperately looking for ways  to boost the economy and cre  ate new jobs while also cutting  federal spending  Tackling  regulations that overlap or are  burdensome can help us do  just that    We cant let something as  frivolous as vertical lines hurt  Kentuckys small businesses   The federal government needs  to take a long  hard look at  its regulations and weed out  any that are unnecessary or  burdensome  If we are serious  about putting Americans back  to work and getting our spend  ing under control  it is time to  cut the fat and make the gov  ernment more efficient    Rep  Ben Chandler repre  sents Anderson County as part  of Kentuckys 6th District in  Congress  and is the chair of the  Blue Dog Task Force on Over  sight and Regulatory Review      r   Rep  Ben  Chandler   Guest Columnist    STEENERS0N   Continued from Page A4   under cover  Wet wood is harder to burn  and puts off less heat  It also contributes  to more creosote build up in the chim  ney  which can cause fires    Even though the temperatures are  dropping  I want to invite all of you to  join me at the Anderson Humane Soci  etys Community Celebration this Sun  day at 2 p m  under the pavilion at the  county park  Its a celebration to thank  all of you who helped us win the new  Toyota Highlander  Well have the car  on view  along with a few adorable dogs  and cats  face painting and of course  cookies and cupcakes    Now  get going on your next harvest   Old man winter will be upon us before  we know it  Happy growing    Cheryl Steenerson is a gardening col  umnist for The Anderson News     I    Need some exercise  Try a Zumba fitness class     1 ti  m 1 1   r      1 1 r 1  it   1 1     feel like Ive been let in on one of  the best kept secrets in Lawrence    burg  Its for dance fanatics or any  one who likes to have fun and learn   _ something new  and its   name is Zumba    I am a closet exercise   aholic  I try not to talk  about it too much  but  it has saved me  men  tally and physically  over  the years  Im addicted  to movement  Yoga   Pilates  walking  and my  true love  dance    I enjoyed going to  Jazzercise before my  kids were born  but after  that my workouts were  very sporadic  Slowly I got back in the  groove by doing it at home with vid  eos and DVDs  and I still do that  Then  I heard about Zumba and wanted to     Joan   Burke   Guest Columnist    try it  too    I go on Wednesday evenings at the  Anderson County Extension Office   Patty Lewis Wolf is the instructor  She  also has classes at Fitness Firm and  Emma B  Ward Elementary  You can  find her on Facebook  friend her   then from her page  go to Notes  or  pick one up at any Zumba class    Patty got her certification in Lex  ington  and has been doing it for 2  years  In fact  she was the first to bring  Zumba to Lawrenceburg  She says  teaching is great  but with six classes  a week and an ever growing group of  Zumba enthusiasts  it is getting a little  much for one person  Her friend and  colleague  Tonjua Casey  will be get  ting her certification Oct  22  and will  be able to help carry some of the load    Zumba is a dance that can be per  formed in two different styles  Latin  or hip hop  Patty combines them    both for a hip rolling  hip bumping   str u t your stuf f  shoulder shimmy  ing dance  There are ladies  didnt  see any men  not yet  anyway  of all  different ages and backgrounds who  attend  and the mood is very relaxed   Still  these are Zumba devotees  Patty  is motivated to help people not only  have fun but get fit and lose weight   too  if that is their goal  There were  testimonials during one of the breaks   These women are losing some serious  pounds  The key is staying focused  just on having fun    For me  it is a chance to exercise  again in a social setting  I had forgot  ten how much I missed that  Its the  beat of the music that pounds in the  body  its a thrill  So just let loose   pump on through and Zumba    Joan Burke is a resident of Lawrence  burg     FourRoses       BOURBON     The Bourbon Chase 2011   Saturday  October 8 2011  6 00 am   1 00 pm    Anderson County will host over  3 000 Runners this Saturday   Oct  8th in route from  Four Roses Distillery to  Wild Turkey Distillery      Saturday  October 8   9 a m  to 4 p m    1425 Louisville Road Branch  Frankfort    Vehicle rates lowered for this event    1 70     I    M APR    Rates reduced by 1 00  APR  for Car Sale   Hundreds of Cars on ONE Loti     Bob Allen of Frankfort     Crossroads Ford  Lincoln  Mercury     Gates Nissan of Frankfort     Glenn Toyota of Frankfort     Jeff Wyler Honda of Frankfort     Select Suzuki     Annual Percentage Rate  Rates set by credit history All  vehicle loan rates lowered for this sale  Special low rates  good at our On Site Car Sale only Rates subject to change  without notice  Some restrictions may apply  Commonwealth  Credit Union membership required  See website for eligibility  guidelines     Extra traffic and congestion  will be possible on 727 ByPass   513 Bonds Mill Rd and US 62     Thank you for your support     Free Car Wash Coupon    When you stop by and test drive  one of the vehicles the day of  the car sale  Coupon limited to  one per household     COMMONWEALTH   CREDIT UNION   LAWRENCEBURG  1015 Crossroads Drive  FRANKFORT  417 High Street  101 Sower Blvd    1425 Louisville Road  LEXINGTON  280 Meijer Way  800 228 6420  502 564 4775  www ccuky org   This credit union is federally insured by the  National Credit Union Administration        Common Goals    UNCOMMON SERVICE             A6   Wednesday  October 5 2011   The Anderson News    COMMUNITY        Chakeres   Franklin Square Cinema 6  Frankfort   502 875 9000  Toll Free  800 668 4354    www chakerestheatres com  Find Us On Facebook    Roxann King   Memorial Counselor    Not all granites are the same  Priced to meet your budget  Perpetual warranty   Largest selection of memorials in  Anderson County   Rock Of Ages memorials can  ONLY be purchased from  Keith Monuments  SHEIK      PLANT TREE SHRUB   AUCTION    Special Speaker   Benjamin Gee    HOMECOMING   Fellowship  Baptist Church   Hammonds Creek Road  Lowrenceburg   October 9 2011  11 am     We welcome you to attend our services  as we celebrate our homecoming  and uplift God s Holy Name    Lunch will be provided after the service     Blood drive scheduled at First Baptist   The Kentucky Blood Center has  scheduled a blood donation drive  for Tuesday Oct  11 at First Baptist  Church  111 North Main St   Law   renceburg  according to a news  release    Donations will be accepted  from 12 30 to 7 p m    Donors must be 17  16 with  parental consent  and weigh at  least 110 pounds  They must also  be in general good health and  meet other requirements    For more information  call 800   775 2522    Austin Roberts Foundation  Truck and Tractor Pull   The Austin Roberts Foundation  Truck and Tractor Pull will be  held at the Henry County Fair  grounds in New Castle on Oct  8    This is an all day event that  features an antique car and tractor  show along with a craft fair at 1  p m   kids pedal pull at 4 p m   and  the Truck and Tractor Pull starts  at 6 p m     NEWS BRIEFS   Admission is  10 at the gate   kids 10 and under are free    For information on any event  call 502 321 5321  Craft booths are  free to set up  but everyone pays  gate admission    All proceeds benefit the Aus  tin Roberts Foundation in their  efforts to stop bullying    Humane Society  to show off new vehicle   The Anderson Humane Society  will display its new Toyota High  lander on Sunday  Oct  9 at 2 p m   at the pavilion in the county park    The Humane Society won the  vehicle earlier this year in a con  test sponsored by Toyota called  100 Cars for Good    Refreshments will be served    Buckley enters Holsteins in expo   Tyler Buckley of Lawrenceburg  has entered four head of Holstein  in the dairy cow division of the  38th annual North American  International Livestock Exposition  in Louisville  according to a news    release    The expo is recognized as the  worlds largest purebred livestock  show  which more than 23 000  entries and nearly  700 000 in  prizes and awards    The expo is scheduled for Nov   5 18 at the Kentucky Exposition  Center    For more information  visit  livestockexpo org    Repair Affair set for Oct  8   The Repair Affair  a project to  assist seniors with home repair  projects  is scheduled for Saturday   Oct  8    Volunteers are asked to meet  at 7 30 a m  in the Century 21 real  estate parking lot    They should bring tools  work  gloves  a caulk gun and ladder  if  available    Those volunteering must fill  out a form before Oct  8  and  return it to Melina Early wine   who said 17 applications for assis  tance have been received    For questions  call 502 680 6634     Blacksmith artist receives  7 500 fellowship award    Maynard selected by Kentucky Arts Council    SATURDAY  OCT  8  9 30 A M    SALE SITE    McDougal s Garden Center  1460 Troy Pike  Versailles  Ky    Selling fresh  top quality plants to include   Shrubs  Perennials  Container Trees  Etc   Knockout Roses  Holly  Bushes  Boxwood  Hosta  Day Lilies  Junipers   Japanese Maple  Ornamental Grasses  Mop Cypress   Burning Bush  Pansy and Mums   Reducing their inventory for less carryover during the  winter months  Fall is the perfect time to plant trees   shrubs    NOTE  Representative will be present to identify and give infor  mation on each variety of plant    COME BUY AT YOUR PRICE     VIEW PICTURES   WWW AUCTIONZIP COM ID 9432    TERMS  Cash or check with ID    ROY LANCASTER   AUCTIONEER     859  873 3416  859  489 0877    Matt and Karine said   but they plan to use the  money as a good first  step for expanding their  workshop in Fox Creek   an area full of other art  ists and writers that live  and work in Anderson  County    The Maynards cre  ate every single piece of  every project  from iron  work arbors to furniture  to stair railings  from  raw stock  The process  of rendering metal into  curved banister pieces  requires heating the  metal to a malleable  state  flexible enough to  bend into wanted shapes    By Meaghan Downs   Staff writer   Matthew and Karine  Maynard of Maynard  Studios Design have  their hands on every  thing    From the first design  swirl scratched out in  pencil to bending molten  steel into iron birds and  banisters  the couple  crafts each element of  their artisan ironwork by  hand    Thats what makes  our work art and thats  what makes us artists   Karine  Matts wife and  design partner  said    Matt said he doesnt  usually speak of himself  as being an artist    So it took him some  time  he said  to process  being chosen to receive  the  7 500 A1 Smith fel  lowship award    Its quite an honor   Matt said  I was rather  humbled and honored    According to the Ken  tucky Arts Council cri  teria for the fellowship   named after retired Ken  tucky journalist and for  mer arts council board  chair A1 Smith  appli  cants had to demonstrate  artistic excellence  pro  fessional achievement  and ability for potential  artistic development    Out of 92 applicants   seven Kentucky visual  and media artists across  the state were chosen as    this years recipients    Matt is the first and  only Anderson County  artist to receive the Al  Smith fellowship  accord  ing to a representative  from the Kentucky Arts  Council  Matt and Kar  ine  who have been inde  pendent artists for about  10 years  incorporated  their ironwork business  into Maynard Studios   Design just last year    The Arts Council  does an amazing job rep  resenting artists in Ken  tucky  Matt said    He said he views the  fellowship as an invest  ment for his business  and work to live up to    In our minds  they  saw our work as worthy  of their investment  he  said    Matt and Karine  had known about the  A1 Smith fellowship  for some time  Karine  said she even attended  a workshop on how to  apply    Four years ago  they  applied for the fellow  ship  but were not select  ed as recipients  This  year  however  Karine  submitted the A1 Smith  paperwork for her hus  band with happy results    You won that award  just as much as I did   Matt said to Karine    There are no specific  guidelines as to how the  funds must be used     Photos furnished   Matthew and Karine Maynard of Maynard Studios Design forge and craft their pieces to a  client s taste and style  some being more avant garde than traditional     Photos furnished   Pictured are the Lawrenceburg artists behind Maynard Studios Design  Matt Maynard  recipi  ent of the  7 500 Al Smith fellowship  and his wife Karine Maynard     and designs    Usually theyre  inspired by an art nou  veau aesthetic  organic  forms that suggest free  movement    Lots of swoops and  droops and a lot of fluid  ity in the design  Matt  explained    Of course  Matt said   the client comes first  regarding most of their  designs  The Maynards  have constructed and  installed everything  from a working ships  wheel to railings mim  icking the look of rib  bons and whales ribs    Our style is our  clients style  Matt said   Its still our handwrit  ing  but its their story    When the Maynards  first get commissioned  for a project  theyll draw  a concept sketch    But typically  Matt  and Karine said  the real  ity of the project could  change design plans  slightly  due to a build  ing code that dictates if  a 4 inch sphere can pass  through a gap between  railing posts  the railing  isnt up to code    We have to design  around that 4 inch  building code  Karine  said    A project can take  eight weeks or more   they said  from initial  design to final installa  tion  Theyve had rail  ings  furniture and other  commissioned pieces  featured in homes in  Nashville  Louisville  the  Long Island Hamptons  and even Italy    But the Maynards  said their success can be  attributed to their abil  ity for repeatability and  accountability with each  project    It will pass code  it  will be to design  Karine  said of their work    Matt and Karine will  have the opportunity to  meet Al Smith and other  fellowship winners at  a gallery reception in  Frankfort in November    Its facilitating  growth that otherwise  wouldnt be possible     Matt said of the fellow  ship    Comment at theander   sonnews com     Keith Monument    Serving Kentucky s families since 1867     MONUMENT FACTS     FALL FLUSHING PROGRAM  for water lines   Monday  Oct  17  the City of Lawrenceburg  will begin its semi annual flushing of water lines    If you have any questions or concerns  please contact Larry  Hazlett at  502  839 5372 or Noal Cotton at  502  680 1007   The program is conducted to ensure the cleanliness  and safety of our drinking water system    Thank you for your cooperation    Larry Hazlett  Public Works Director    REAL STEEL  PG13   Starts Fri 4 15  7 00 9 45  Sat 1 30  4 15  7 00 9 45  Sun 1 30 4 15  7 00  Mon Thu 4 15  7 00    THE IDES OF MARCH  R   Starts Fri 4 45  7 30  10 00  Sat 2 00  4 45  7 30  10 00  Sun 2 00  4 45  7 30  Mon   Thu 4 45  7 30   DOLPHIN TALE  PG   Today 4 15  7 00  Fri 4 15  7 00 9 30  Sat 1 30  4 15  7 00 9 30  Sun 1 30 4 15  7 00   DREAM HOUSE  PG13   Today 4 30  7 15  Fri 4 30  7 15  9 45  Sat 1 45 4 30  7 15 9 45  Sun 1 45 4 30  7 15   MONEYBALL  PG13   Today 4 15  7 00  Fri 4 45  8 00  Sat Sun 1 30 4 45 8 00  Mon   Thu 4 15  7 00    50 50  R    Today 4 45  7 30  Fri 4 45  7 30  10 00  Sat 2 00  4 45  7 30  10 00  Sun 2 00  4 45  7 30    SUBSCRIBE ONLINE    WWW THEANDERS0NNEWS COM              Native Dawn flute  test set for Oct  15    By Meaghan Downs   Staff writer   The second annual  Native Dawn flute gath  ering will be held Oct    15 on the Lawrenceburg  Green  introducing dif  ferent types of Native  American music and  dance from across the  nation to Anderson  County    Fred Yellowknife  Kearns  a full blooded  Navajo  has been playing  and crafting the Native  American flute for sev  eral years  and wanted to  start a flute gathering in  Kentucky after learning  that the state didnt offer  one    Although Kearns and  his wife moved from New  Mexico to Lawrenceburg  about five years ago  they  consider it home  and an  appropriate place to hold  an event like the flute  gathering    For Lawrenceburg  I  think its a very special  place  Fred Yellowknife  Kearns said  The land is  good    its a very special  hunting place  thats why  its so calm    His wife Angie agreed    This is where we live   This is our home  she  said  We want to share  and what better place to  have an event like  the  flute gathering  than  where you call home    The Native Dawn  flute gathering features  12 15 flute performers  from across the country     Want to qo    What  Native Dawn  a Native  American flute gathering  When  Saturday  Oct  15 from 9  a m to 6 30 p m    Where  Lawrenceburg Green  Cost  Free   from Oregon  Michigan   Ohio  Tennessee and New  Mexico    There will also be three  different groups of Native  American dancers from  South and North Carolina  and New Mexico perform  ing later in the afternoon    We think its impor  tant to let people know  that at one time  there  were at least 500 nations  in this country  Angie  said  We think its impor  tant to give back and  share and help educate   We want to do our part   somehow in all of that    Eventually  Fred said   hed like to see the event  grow so that Native Amer  ican arts and crafts could  be bought and sold    Im still learning   theres a lot to learn  Fred  said  Kentuckys full of  history  doesnt matter  where youre coming  from    His wife Angie agreed    I think that its impor  tant that people learn  the  more you learn the more  you understand  she said   It gives you a broader  perspective    Comment at theander   sonnews com     COMMUNITY The Anderson News   Wednesday  October 5 2011   A7     Photo furnished    NOT YOUR TYPICAL RIBBON CUTTING   Sheriff Troy Young  right  is joined  from left  by Chief Deputy Joe Milam  Judge Executive John Wayne Conway and State  Sen  Julian Carroll in cutting crime scene tape to celebrate the opening of Young s new office complex on Main Street  Sev  eral dozen people attended the open house  which included tours of the new facility     Anderson Community Education offers classes    From staff reports   The following classes will be  offered by Anderson Community  Education  located at 219 East  Woodford St   Lawrenceburg    To register or for details   reach Jacque Zeller at 839 3754  or jacque zeller anderson   kyschools us    Gardening Herbs and Drying Herbs   When  Tuesday  Oct  11 at 7  p m    Where  Anderson Public  Library  114 North Main St    Lawrenceburg with instructors  Ravenne McClellan and Barbara  Gillette   Cost  Free   Description  This program is    part of the fall gardening series  presented on the second Tuesday  of each month  This program  focuses on growing different  types of herbs and drying them    Basic Microsoft Excel   When  Oct  11 13 from 6 8 p m    Where  Adult Learning Cen  ter  219 East Woodford St   Law  renceburg with instructor Beth  Feddersen   Cost   30   Description  This class teaches  the basics of Excel that includes  setting up a spreadsheet  formu  las  borders  tables  and much  more  Come with your Excel  questions  and we will solve them  together     Extended hours for GED  and college prep instruction   The Adult Learning Center is  now open from 8 a m  until 7 30  p m  on Monday through Thurs  day    Bluegrass Community and  Technical College is open for  GED college prep classes from  noon until 4 p m  Monday  through Friday  Call 839 3754 for  information about enrolling    Apple Corps   Apple Corps is a program  for volunteer opportunities in  Anderson County schools  For  information call Mandy Maude  at 839 3754     R E V I VA L    CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH  October 9 12  6 o clock each evening     Your Right to Know   We ve joined together with newspapers  across Kentucky to make our public notices  available free and searchable at     www kypublicnotice com     With Special Music by  THE MCCUBBINS FAMILY  from Munfordville  Ky     BRO  EDDIE NATION  EVANGELIST  Pastor  First Baptist Church  Mount Vernon  Ky     Central Baptist Church is located at 1958 U S  127 Bypass   Lawrenceburg  KY  across from the cell phone tower   Rick Clark  Pastor  For more information  call 502 829 5013     Choose Kentuckys  NEW Medicaid MCO     fi     COVENTRYCARES   of Kentucky   855 300 5528      CoventryCares of Kentucky  is a Medicaid product  of Coventry Health and  Life Insurance Company     CC08201113 KYMC00015     Find Help at DivorceCare    DivorceCare is a weekly seminar and support group  for people who are separated or divorced    You can be around people who understand  and hear valuable information about ways  to heal from the hurt of divorce    Sand Spring Baptist Church   1616 Harrodsburg Road    Sunday Nights  at 6 p m     Call 839 3415  Childcare Provided                                                                                       A8   Wednesday  October 5 2011   The Anderson News _ CRIMES AND COURTS   DISTRICT COURT DOCKET    Michael Cooper  motion for shock  probation  attempted intimidat  ing a participant in legal process     motion denied    Michael A  Cooper  motion for shock  probation  alcohol intoxication in a  public place   motion denied    David T  Sawyer  motion for shock  probation  traffic in marijuana   less than eight ounces   use pos  sess drug paraphernalia   motion  granted    Ronnie G  Agee  hearing  theft by  unlawful taking   bench warrant    Ronnie G  Agee  arraignment  receiv  ing stolen property  less than   500    bench warrant    Morgan R  Aldridge  arraignment   buy possess drug paraphernalia     pleaded not guilty  pretrial con  ference Sept  21  motion disposi  tion trial date Oct  13    Kara J  Anglin  arraignment  complic  ity theft by unlawful taking  shop  lifting    pleaded not guilty  pretrial  conference Sept  21  motion dis  position trial date Sept  29    Todd Beck  review  two counts of  theft by deception  less than  300      proof in file    Krystin L  Brothers  arraignment  fail  ure of owner to maintain required  insurance security  possession of  marijuana  buy possess drug para  phernalia  operating a motor vehi  cle under the influence   pleaded  not guilty  pretrial conference Oct   13    Steven R  Brown  arraignment  theft  by unlawful taking  shoplifting      pleaded guilty  sentenced to 30  days  conditionally discharged  two years    153 and restitution   installment deferred payment Oct   10    Cody S  Bryant  disposition  operat  ing a motor vehicle under the  influence   pleaded guilty  30  day operator license suspension    728  third degree possession of  a controlled substance   pleaded  guilty  diverted six months   100   installment deferred payment Feb   16    Kelvine J  Butler  review  possession  of marijuana     100 to Ander  son County Drug Interdiction Fund  waived    Nathan G  Cantrill  hearing  no insur  ance   set aside  90 days to  serve    Nathan G  Cantrill  hearing  posses  sion of marijuana   dismissed  without prejudice    Kayla L  Charles  arraignment  theft   receipt of stolen credit debit card   fraudulent use of credit card  less  than  500 within six month peri  od    pleaded not guilty  pretrial  conference Oct  12  motion dispo  sition trial date Oct  27    Courtney D  Chesser  arraignment   theft by unlawful taking  shoplift  ing    pleaded guilty  sentenced to  30 days  conditionally discharged  two years    153  installment   deferred payment Nov  10    James G  Clontz  III  disposition   operating a motor vehicle under  the influence   continued to Sept   12     Michael D  Dunbar Rager  review   theft by unlawful taking   bench  warrant    Corey T  Gaines  sentencing  operat  ing a motor vehicle under the  influence   30 day operator license  suspension   728  possession of  marijuana   sentenced to 30 days   conditionally discharged    100  to Anderson County Drug Interdic  tion Fund   100  buy possess drug  paraphernalia     100  installment   deferred payment Feb  27    Melissa C  Gamble  pretrial confer  ence  third degree possession of a  controlled substance   dismissed   second degree possession of a  controlled substance   pleaded  guilty  sentenced to six months   conditionally discharged   18  days to serve  credit time served     100 to Anderson County Drug  Interdiction Fund  second degree  possession of a controlled sub  stance   dismissed  operat  ing a motor vehicle under the  influence   amended to second  offense  pleaded guilty  sentenced  to six months  conditionally dis  charged   18 days to serve  credit  time served    878  installment   deferred payment March 1    Austin L  Greene  disposition  no  operator moped license   contin  ued to Sept  29    Earl W  Harris Jr   hearing  operating  a motor vehicle under the influ  ence   bond released    Ginger L  Helmburg  pretrial con  ference  fourth degree assault   domestic violence  minor injury      pleaded guilty  sentenced to 30  days  conditionally discharged two  years    153  installment deferred  payment Nov  10  resisting arrest      dismissed  illegal possession  of a legend drug   pleaded guilty   sentenced to 30 days  condition  ally discharged two years   sec  ond degree disorderly conduct     pleaded guilty  sentenced to 30  days  conditionally discharged  two years     Christopher S  Flicks  arraignment   theft by unlawful taking  shoplift  ing    pleaded guilty  sentenced to  30 days  conditionally discharged  two years    153 and restitution   installment deferred payment Nov   10     Robert S  Jones  arraignment  theft  by deception  less than  500      pleaded not guilty  pretrial con  ference Oct  12  motion disposi  tion trial date Oct  27    Bradley W  Larison  motion  third   degree terroristic threatening     continued to Oct  27    Angela D  Lay  pretrial conference   first degree criminal trespass     pleaded guilty  sentenced to six  months  conditionally discharged  two years    153  installment   deferred payment Oct  13    Jeremy M  Lynch  show cause  theft  by unlawful taking  shoplifting      bench warrant    Joseph C  Merriman  bond forfei  ture hearing  operating on sus  pended revoked operators license     pleaded not guilty  continued to  Nov  10    William Morrison  disposition  theft  by unlawful taking   dismissed    Michael C  Nickels  motion to revoke  probation  theft by deception  less  than  500    motion granted  sen  tenced to 10 days to serve  bench  warrant    Matthew D  Oberting  pretrial con  ference  second degree disorderly  conduct   pleaded guilty  sen  tenced to 10 days to serve   153   installment deferred payment Nov   10     Susan E  Parry  arraignment  operat  ing a motor vehicle under the influ  ence   pleaded guilty  sentenced  to six months  conditionally dis  charged   two days to serve  24  days home incarceration program   12 month operator license suspen  sion   878  installment deferred  payment Feb  16    Keven L  Peek  disposition  fourth   degree assault  domestic violence   minor injury    pleaded guilty   alford   diverted one year  review  Aug  30 James D  Perry  dispo  sition  theft by unlawful taking   shoplifting    pleaded guilty  sen  tenced to 30 days to serve   153   possession of marijuana   pleaded  guilty   100 to Anderson County  Drug Interdiction Fund   100   installment deferred payment Dec   8  controlled substance prescrip  tion not in original container   dis  missed    Steven R  Pittman  review  operating a  motor vehicle under the influence   operating on suspended revoked  operators license   continued to  Sept  12    Laramie E  Reckmann  disposition   public intoxication of a controlled  substance   dismissed  posses  sion of a controlled substance     pleaded guilty  sentenced to 30  days  conditionally discharged  one year    150  third degree pos  session of a controlled substance     pleaded guilty   100 Anderson  County Drug Interdiction Fund   dismiss after one year  install  ment deferred payment Dec  8    William Cody Richardson  arraign  ment  theft by unlawful taking     pleaded not guilty  disposition  Sept  29    F D  Robinson III  diversion com  pletion  fourth degree assault   domestic violence  minor injury      dismissed    Stephene J  Robinson  arraignment   third degree terroristic threaten  ing  harassment  no physical con  tact    show cause Sept  29    Stephene J  Robinson  arraignment   four counts of theft by deception   less than  500    show cause  Sept  29    Mandi F  Rogers  arraignment  two  counts of theft by deception   less than  500    pleaded not  guilty  pretrial conference Oct  12   motion disposition trial date Oct   27    Michael Keith Russell  motion  non  support   bench warrant    Jessica M  Sams  arraignment  theft  by deception  less than  500      pleaded guilty  sentencing Oct   13    Emily J  Schell  pretrial conference   theft by unlawful taking  shoplift  ing    pleaded guilty  sentenced to  30 days  conditionally discharged  one year   review Aug  30    Aaron T  Searcy  motion  operating a  motor vehicle under the influence     second degree fleeing or evading  police  on foot   possession of  marijuana   stipulated to violation   sentenced to 30 days to serve    Kris A  Shell  disposition  two counts  of second degree possession of a  controlled substance  third degree  possession of a controlled sub  stance  operating a motor vehicle  under the influence   continued  to Oct  13    Enoch Smith Jr   motion to revoke  probation  possession of marijua  na  buy possess drug parapherna  lia   bench warrant    Hubert W  Smith  pretrial conference   theft by unlawful taking  shop  lifting    continued to Oct  12   motion disposition trial date Oct   27    Barbara A  Stivers  arraignment  theft  by deception  less than  500      pleaded not guilty  pretrial con  ference Oct  12  motion disposi  tion trial date Oct  27    Lori A  Tingle  sentencing  two counts  of theft by deception  less than   500    183  installment deferred  payment Dec  8    Lesha H  Turner  arraignment  pos  session of marijuana   pleaded  guilty  sentenced to 30 days  con  ditionally discharged two years     100 to Anderson County Drug  Interdiction Fund   253  install  ment deferred payment Feb  2    Miranda R  Vittitow Baker  arraign  ment  fraudulent use of credit card   less than  500 within six month  period    pleaded not guilty  pre  trial conference Sept  29    Timothy J  Walker  diversion com  pletion  possession of marijuana   dismissed    Rachel R  West  sentencing  theft  by deception  less than  500     pleaded guilty   183  installment   deferred payment Nov  10    Jacob A  Wiggington  review  pos  session of marijuana  use possess  drug paraphernalia dismissed    Brittany N  Wynn  arraignment   operating on suspended revoked  operators license  failure to notify  department of transportation of  address change  second degree  disorderly conduct   pleaded not  guilty  disposition Sept  29    John T  Drury  show cause  theft  by unlawful taking  shoplifting      paid    Ethan C  Goodlett  show cause  har  boring a vicious animal   bench  warrant    Leticia Goodlett  show cause  six  counts of theft by deception  less  than  500    continued to Dec  8    Jeremy S  Harley  show cause   attempted theft by unlawful taking     continued to Oct  13    Jeremy S  Harley  show cause  third   degree criminal mischief   contin  ued to Oct  13    Cindy Knight  show cause  non sup  port   bench warrant    Bradley W  Larison  show cause  pub  lic intoxication of a controlled sub  stance   continued to Oct  27    Timothy G  Ware  show cause   attempted theft by unlawful taking     bench warrant    Robert Brooks Wittig  arraignment   theft by failure to make required  disposition of property   pleaded  not guilty  continued to Sept  29    Robert A  Brooks Wittig  prelimi  nary hearing  second degree  burglary  possession of burglary  tools  operating on suspended   revoked operators license  theft  by unlawful taking  theft of identity  of another without consent  giv  ing officer false name or address     continued to Sept  29    Bradley Ray Brown  preliminary hear  ing  first degree wanton endan   germent  tampering with physical  evidence   continued to Sept  29    Richard M  Cary  preliminary hearing   operating a motor vehicle under  the influence  traffick in controlled  substance   referred to grand  jury    Jeffery Courtney  preliminary hearing   first degree assault   amended to  second degree assault  waived to  grand jury  tampering with physi  cal evidence   waived to grand  jury    Jeffrey A  Courtney  pretrial confer  ence  resisting arrest   referred to  grand jury    David L  Holt Jr   preliminary hearing   theft by unlawful taking   prelimi  nary hearing Sept  29    Michael T  Jackson  pretrial confer  ence  endangering the welfare of  a minor   continued to Oct  12   motion disposition trial date Oct   27    Christopher K  Kessinger  preliminary  hearing  theft by unlawful taking     referred to grand jury    David T  McCann  preliminary hear  ing  operating a motor vehicle  under the influence  failure to    notify department of transporta  tion of address change   disposi  tion Sept  29  first degree wanton  endangerment  dismissed without  prejudice Mikelanne North  pre  liminary hearing  theft by unlaw  ful taking  shoplifting    amended  to misdemeanor  pleaded guilty   sentenced to 30 days  condition  ally discharged two years   review  Aug  30    Nicholas E  Parrish  preliminary hear  ing  nine counts of first degree  criminal possession of a forged  instrument  two counts of second   degree burglary   waived to grand  jury    Nicholas E  Parrish  preliminary hear  ing  theft by unlawful taking  sec  ond degree burglary   waived to  grand jury    Nicholas E  Parrish  probation revo  cation hearing  theft by unlawful  taking   continued to Dec  8    Zachary S  Penwell  preliminary hear  ing  first degree conspiracy assault     dismissed  theft by unlawful tak  ing  falsely reporting an incident     referred to grand jury    Wayne Lamonte Raglin  preliminary  hearing  flagrant non support     pretrial conference Oct  12  pre  liminary hearing Oct  27    Benjamin D  Scalf  preliminary hear  ing  first degree sexual abuse   waived to grand jury    Allen L  Vogel  pretrial conference   fourth degree assault  domestic  violence  minor injury    pleaded  guilty  sentenced to 30 days  con  ditionally discharged two years     153  installment deferred pay  ment Sept  1    Sandra L  Wagner  pretrial confer  ence  operating on suspended   revoked operators license  operat  ing a motor vehicle under the influ  ence  failure of owner to maintain  required insurance security  third   degree terroristic threatening   second degree indecent exposure     pretrial conference Oct  13    Judge Donna Dutton heard the follow  ing cases during Anderson District  Court proceedings on Sept  12   2011    Shana Cummings  arraignment  theft  of identity of another without con  sent   pleaded not guilty  prelimi  nary hearing Sept  29    Stephen Griffin  motion for shock  probation  operating a motor vehi  cle under the influence  driving on  DUI suspended license   motion  denied    Tina M  Rapp  arraignment  operating  a motor vehicle under the influ  ence   bonded out    James A  Rice  hearing  possession  of marijuana  use possess drug  paraphernalia  public intoxication  of a controlled substance   stipu  lated to probable cause  30 days to  serve  credit time served     Justin A  Whetzel  continued first  appearance  license to be in pos  session   pleaded guilty   163  fail  ure of owner to maintain required  insurance security   pleaded  guilty   100  installment deferred  payment Dec  5    John Madden Jr   arraignment  oper  ating a motor vehicle under the  influence  second degree posses  sion of a controlled substance  fail  ure of owner to maintain required  insurance security   pleaded not  guilty  pretrial conference Oct  13    James G  Clontz  disposition  oper  ating a motor vehicle under the  influence   pleaded guilty  sen  tenced to 30 days  conditionally  discharged   four days to serve   eight days home incarceration  program  30 day operator license  suspension   728  installment   deferred payment Feb  27    Melissa C  Gamble  hearing  second   degree possession of a controlled  substance  operating a motor vehi  cle under the influence   request  to return bond denied    Darrell J  Howell  arraignment  fail  ure of owner to maintain required  insurance security   failed to  appear  bench warrant    Shaun T  Kennedy  arraignment   operating on suspended revoked  operators license   amended to  no license in possession  plead  ed guilty   163  failure to sur  render revoked operators license     dismissed  failure of owner to  maintain required insurance secu  rity   pleaded guilty   100  install  ment deferred payment Nov  7   failure to notify department of  transportation of address change     dismissed    Connie L  Miller  arraignment  failure  to notify department of transporta  tion of address change   contin  ued to Oct  24    Steven R  Pittman  review  operating  a motor vehicle under the influ    ence  operating on suspended   revoked operators license   failed  to appear    Judge Donna Dutton heard the follow  ing cases during Anderson District  Court proceedings on Sept  15   2011    Barry A  Moss  motion for shock pro  bation  third degree possession of  a controlled substance   motion  granted    Margaret Dean  hearing  theft by  deception  less than  500     bonded out    Kelly R  Smith  arraignment  operat  ing on suspended revoked opera  tors license   bonded out    Jeremy M  Lynch  hearing  theft  by unlawful taking  shoplifting      sentenced to 60 days  con  ditionally discharged two years     153  installment deferred pay  ment Sept  29    Timothy T  Bickers  hearing  operating  a motor vehicle under the influ  ence  driving on DUI suspended  license   bench warrant    Judge Linda Armstrong heard the  following cases during Anderson  District Court proceedings on  Sept  19  2011    Robert A  Bowman  hearing  use pos  sess drug paraphernalia   stipulat  ed to probation violation  90 days  to serve  credit time served     Richard J  Crews  arraignment  alco  hol intoxication in public place   third or more offense   theft  by unlawful taking  shoplifting      pleaded guilty  sentencing Sept   22     Christine E  Cunningham  arraign  ment  operating a motor vehicle  under the influence   bonded out    Dana Mackey  hearing  false state  ment misrepresentation to receive  benefits   20 days to serve  credit  time served   335 days probated    Destry Sharp  arraignment  fourth   degree assault  domestic violence   minor injury   failure to notify  department of transportation of  address change   pleaded not  guilty  pretrial conference Oct  12   motion disposition trial date Nov   3    William M  Ashcraft  arraignment  fail  ure of owner to maintain required  insurance security  operating on  suspended revoked operators  license   pleaded not guilty  pre  trial conference Sept  22    Ahmad Rayan  hearing  license to  be in possession  possession of  marijuana   probation violation  hearing Sept  22    Luis A  Vargos Zapote  arraignment   no operator moped license  failure  of non owner operator to maintain  required insurance   continued to  Sept  22    Orville F  Vittitow  arraignment  men  acing  second degree disorderly  conduct   bonded out    Euel Wilson  arraignment  theft by  unlawful taking   bonded out    Tony E  Abner  arraignment  operat  ing a motor vehicle under the  influence   amended to under 21  DUI  pleaded guilty  30 day opera  tor license suspension   243  no  operator moped license   pleaded  guilty   100  installment deferred  payment Oct  31    Amber D  Alcorn  disposition  fail  ure of owner to maintain required  insurance security   dismissed    Bryan N  Arnett  arraignment  failure  to notify department of transpor  tation of address change   dis  missed    John E  Barrows  III  disposition   operating on suspended revoked  operators license   continued to  Oct  3    Seth I  Bartley  arraignment  failure to  register transfer of motor vehicle     pleaded not guilty  pretrial con  ference Oct  12  motion disposi  tion trial date Oct  31    Patricia A  Bowman  arraignment  fail  ure of owner to maintain required  insurance security   dismissed    Donna Brock  disposition  operating  on suspended revoked operators  license   failed to appear  bench  warrant    George M  Brown  II  arraign  ment  failure of owner to main  tain required insurance security     failed to appear    Patrick J  Burke  disposition  fail  ure of owner to maintain required  insurance security   dismissed   operating on suspended revoked  operators license  failure to sur  render revoked operators license     final continuance Oct  31    Barry Burkett Jr   arraignment  fail  ure of owner to maintain required  insurance security   dismissed    Crystal Burks  arraignment  failure of   See DOCKET  Page A14    SPEND  30  OR MORE  ON ANY ORDER AT          I MS We Make Loans to PEOPLE    I    AND RECEIVE A    I    FREE    lunch or  dinner buffet    I    I       a  PANDA BUFFET    i     Hurry  Offer expires 10 31 11    I    PANDA BUFFET  1055 U S  Hwy 127 S  Frankfort  Next to Auto Zone  502 223 8333    I    KING WOK  Kroger Shopping Center  Lawreneeburg  502 839 1868    not CREDIT SCORES    Call Eagle Financial Services at   502 352 2225    LOANS FOR ANY REASON    Ett kM    financial services  INC    809 Louisville Road   Frankfort      jzm    Let us help you establish or re establish your credit     I   Sp    0    DAVE S SAWMILL   FURNACE SALES     OOD    STER     Outdoor Water Furnaces 859   265 0793   Natural Energy Products www woodMaster com     DAVE YODER   2988 Louisville Road  Harrodsburg   Behind kentucky Barns                20 11    Authorized Payment    v  txu ILA     City attorney Robert Myles and son R W  are shown at the City of Lawrenceburg burgoo booth  at the Burgoo Cook off on Saturday     Anderson Realty s Burgoo Cook off booth was manned by Bill Thompson and Dee Toll    fell      1      A    1         Hi                                                                                 A10   Wednesday  October 5 2011       Pictured are Miss Pre teen Burgoo festival runner up Keeli Corman  2011 Miss Pre teen winner  Haley Paige Meadows and the 2010 Miss Pre teen Burgoo festival winner            mull                                                       THE WAY WE WERE    The Anderson News   Wednesday  October 5 2011   All    WORK ON ALTON BYPASS TO BEGIN    THE WAY WE WERE    50 YEARS AGO  October 5 1961   A building permit was issued  to Herbert Hahn for construc  tion of an additional room to the  dwelling on South Main Street   The estimated cost of the con  struction was  2 300    Regina Cunningham reported  that the Anderson High 4 H  teenage club elected officers    They were  George Fallis  presi  dent  Jeanne A  Chilton  vice pres  ident  Rosie Tindall  secretary   Regina Cunningham  reporter   Linda Chilton  song leader  Patty  Toll and David Crawford  recre  ation leaders    The Lawrenceburg seventh  and eighth grade 4 H club offi  cers were  Joyce Ann Crossfield   president  Mike Blacketer  vice  president  Donna Goodlett  sec  retary  Joanna Green  reporter   Rickie Case and William Cox   song leaders  Jackie Haley and  Roston Puckett  game leaders    Sam Hahns garage on High  way 62 about 18 miles from Law  renceburg burned    Hahn is reported to have  been at the home of Mrs  Gordie  Cranfill at the time and said he  thought he might have left a hot  plate burning    He lost the garage by fire  about two years before and it was  built back by the community    Deaths   Mamie Bell Wilson  78  resident  of Fox Creek    40 YEARS AGO  September 30 1971   Nancy Disponett was crowned  Anderson High Homecoming  Queen  Reed Sutton  son of Mr   and Mrs  Vernon Sutton  was the  crown bearer    Carla Stivers  daughter of Mr   and Mrs  Robert Stivers  was the  flower girl    Claylick Methodist Church cel  ebrated its 100th anniversary    Pam McMichael  daughter of  Mr  and Mrs  J  P  McMichael and  a freshman student at George  town College  won second place  in the fiction category for a story  she submitted in a competition  sponsored by the Sunday School  Board of the Southern Baptist  convention for young people    Her story titled Out of Dust  and Back to Dust  appeared in  the October issue of Even t an  inter program leisure reading  magazine for youth    Mrs  Frances Hayes prevailed  upon her husband  Harold  owner  of Beaver Lake Boat Dock  to go  fishing with her  one of two  outings she makes in a years  time    They rowed up around the  sticks on Beaver Lake and she  caught a 14 pound catfish in  about 3 feet of water    She was pictured holding the  monster    It was the biggest catfish ever  recorded at the boat dock  Mrs   Hayes said this was the first time  she had been cat fishing  and the  first bite she had had    She said it took her 10 15 min  utes to pull the large fish in with  the help of her astonished hus  band  who said he sure wasnt  going to take her bass fishing   She used cut bait to catch the  monster    Bill Gabhart was pictured  receiving a plaque from Western    School principal Bob Turner  The  gift was to thank Gabhart for all  his many generous gifts of books  and magazines and his 20 years  of interest and service to the  Western School library    Becky McDonald  daughter of  Mr  and Mrs  Charles McDonald  Jr   was selected to represent the  Lexington District in the Ken  tucky Youth power conference    DEATHS   J B  Jenkins  47  owner of Jen  kins Trucking Company  Gilbie  Hays  photographer with H    W  Studios of Atlanta  George Block   son  91  retired farmer    30 YEARS AGO  October 1 1981   Work was to begin on the  Alton Bypass    The  2 4 million project  extended from the Southern  Railroad overpass on the Law  renceburg Bypass northerly 2 6  miles to just north of the Ander   son Franklin line    The new bypass would provide  a direct route between Lawrence  burg and Frankfort  avoiding the  Ky  151 and U S  127 intersection  at Alton where traffic tie ups  occurred frequently    Bertha Grace reported for the  homemakers about two charter  members of the Hughes Home  makers Club    Alpha Brown  Mrs  Joe H   Brown   and Addie Shely  Mrs   Melvin Shely  had been with the  club 44 years    They had joined the club when  it was organized by in 1937 by  Helen Morgan  who later became  Helen Sherman  the Anderson  County Home Demonstration  Agent    Airman Richard T  Clevinger  completed his basic training    Mrs  Jupins 4 H Jack Rabbits  elected officers  They were  Brian  Gritton  president  Rebecca Mess  er  vice president  Jamie Barr  sec  retary  LaStacia Hahn  reporter   Chris Cornish  song leader  and  Bobby Richmond  game leader    Officers of Mrs  Smiths Classy  Clover 4 H club were  Lisa New  ton  president  Lesley Buckley   vice president  Beverly Liv  ingston  secretary  Lyn Searcy   reporter  Jonathon Ernest  game  director  and Letha Hatton  song  director    George Inman and Truman  Birdwhistell both lacked a pint   having donated 19 gallons of  blood  Neither could give at their  last visit because Inman was low  on iron and Birdwhistell could  only give ever so often because  of his age  72    Eighty five donors came to  the drive and 72 were accepted   Inman and Birdwhistell said they  would be ready to try again on  the next visit    Deaths   Serena Stella Coulter Cornish   73    15 YEARS AGO  September 25 1996   Robert Thompson was fea  tured in a story about his por  trayal of Kentucky Fried Chick  en Restaurant founder Colonel  Harland Sanders    October 2 1996   Campbells ville University  named its new board of trustees  room after a Campbells ville phy  sician  Dr  Forest F  Shely  Shely is     ACHS FRESHMEN OFFICERS   Freshman class officers at Anderson High in 1971 were  Tony Kays  sergeant at arms  Thomas  Stratton  secretary  Jim McWilliams  treasurer  Reggie Taylor  president  and Terry Wright  vice  president      ACHS SOPHOMORE OFFICERS   Sophomore class officers at Anderson High School in 1971 were  Terry Cooper  sergeant at   arms  Anthony Stratton  secretary  Dudley Shryock  treasurer  Steve Wells  president  and  George Roddy  vice president     a native of Anderson County    He had served more than 36  years as a member of the Camp  bells ville University Board of  Trustees    Brandy Warford  daughter of  Davey and Cherie Warford  was  crowned winner of the 3 5 year   old division of the Stringtown  Fall Festivals beauty pageant    Honorable mentions were  Sabrina Shelton  3  daughter of  Steve and Cherie Shelton  and  Chelsey Peters  4  daughter of  Darrell and Becky Peters    Anderson County High School  homecoming queen candidates  were  Sissy Washington and Katie  Gritton  freshmen  Bobbi Lynn  Holt and Cindy Disponett  sopho  mores  Ginette Newton and Leslie    Drymon  juniors  and Jessica Rob  inson and Jennifer Peach  seniors    Deaths   Cecil McFarland  75  owner of  Duncan    McFarland Fee Store  on North Main for more than  30 years and a city councilman  for 16  Willie Mina Carrier  88   homemaker and former employ  ee of Kentucky State Hospital   Sindy Lou Hoffman  36  Robert  L  Mugge  91  owner operator of  Sugar Creek Produce and oper  ated the last independently  owned Farm Bureau service sta  tion in Illinois from 1932 1951   Lister C  Murphy  81  farmer and  41 year member of Pleasant Hill  Christian Church  Roy Allen  Mouchie Stewart  31  printer for  Fruit of the Loom Inc  in Frank  fort      Business      Your business needs are unique    We offer customizable financial solutions to help build your business   Talk to one of our trusted bank representatives today  and build your dreams  with Business Builder Checking     128 S  Main Street 502 839 2600  201 West Park Shopping Center 502 839 2626  www farmersbankky com  Member FDIC    Farmers Bank     Capital Trust Co           A12   Wednesday  October 5 2011   The Anderson News    SOCIETY    ANNIVERSARIES   Camic     Clifton and Ruby K  Camic    Clifton and Ruby K   Camic of the Avenstoke  community in Anderson  County celebrated their  65th wedding anniversary  Aug  1    They were married  Aug  1 1946  at Waddy Bap  tist Church in Waddy by  Brother Wooley    Their two children are  Larry D  Camic of Ander  son County and Terry W    Marilyn  Camic of Win  chester  The couples three  grandchildren are Ashley    M   John  Jones of Lexing  ton  Dr  Clayton L  Camic  of Plattesville  Wis   and D   Shane  Jessica  Camic of  Lawrenceburg    The couples three great  grandchildren are Avery  M  Jones of Lexington   Henry B  Jones of Lexing  ton and Alexis F  Camic of  Lawrenceburg    Clifton and Ruby cel  ebrated their anniversary  with a luncheon hosted by  their sons at Shoneys res  taurant in Frankfort     ENGAGEMENTS    Costiloe Toll   Joseph K  Costiloe  and Elizabeth A  King  announce the engage  ment of their daughter   Jacquelyn Elise Costiloe to  Charles Wallace Toll  son  of Charles and Cindy Toll    The wedding will be  held at Alton Baptist  Church on Oct  22 at 5 30  p m    The reception will be at  the Lawrenceburg Ameri  can Legion to follow    All friends and family  are invited      Jacquelyn Elise Costiloe and  Charles Wallace Toll    PET OF THE WEEK     Photo furnished    PET OF THE WEEK   This kitten  named Pixie  was found on Anderson City Road and  is available for adoption  For more information on pet adoption   contact the Anderson Humane Society at 839 8339     Community pep rally to be held  Oct  7 on the Lawrenceburg Green    From staff reports   Anderson County High School will host a  community pep rally Thursday  Oct  7 at 6 30  p m  following the Homecoming parade    The parade route will begin at the high  school parking lot at 6 p m   turn left onto Broad  way and onto Main Street  then finally making  a left onto Highway 44  stopping at the Law  renceburg Green to let players and students off  for the pep rally     The advanced chorus will perform the  National Anthem and both football captain  Seth Carmichael and head football coach Mark  Peach will speak    There will be live music from the marching  band and Jarrod Stratton before the lighting of  the bonfire    The homecoming football game will be Fri  day  Oct  8 at 7 30 p m  against West Jessamine  High School  For more information  contact  Chris Glass at 839 3406     RELAY FOR LIFE CALENDAR    Relay for Life hosts golf scramble   House of Trees   Relay for Life will host the  Swing fore a Cure golf scram  ble Oct  15 at 10 a m  at Wild Tur  key Trace Golf Course    Registration begins at 9 a m    Cost is  50 per player or  200  for four person team  which  includes meal    Optional mulligans  skirts   kick and throws will be avail  able    There will also be a car give  away for a hole in one    Team pre registration  requested by contacting Griffin  Gillis at 502 517 1986 or Wild  Turkey Trace Golf Course at  839 4029 to reserve a spot in the  scramble    Players are asked to specify    the cancer victim they will be  playing in honor of or in memo  ry of so they can be recognized    Proceeds go to Relay for Life    Third annual House of Trees   Relay for Life will host the  third annual House of Trees  Nov  18 20 at the West Park  Shopping Center  US 127 Bypass    There will be a three day  silent auction featuring deco  rated holiday trees  wreaths   centerpieces and classic ginger  bread houses    On Friday  Nov  18 from 7 10  p m  there will be live music  and dancing  hors d oeuvres and  desserts    On Saturday  Nov  19 from 10  a m   5 p m   there will be enter  tainment and refreshments     kids get free picture with Santa  and Mrs  Claus from noon to 2  p m    On Sunday  Nov  20 from 1 5  p m   there will be live gospel  music and refreshments    Admission   20 Friday   5 Sat   urday Sunday  children 3 and  under free    Ticket includes re entry for  following day s   Go to www   houseoftrees org for more  details    One hundred percent of pro  ceeds go to Anderson County  Relay for Life    To publicize team relay  events  contact Charlene Hanks   839 7490  Susan Johnson  839   9921  or Teresa McWilliams  839   7730    from staff reports    Cunningham honored as senior star    Photo furnished   Lawrenceburg s A C  Cunningham  92  is shown behind the wheel of his PT  Cruiser  Cunningham died Sept  19     From staff reports   The late A C  Cunningham   92  of Lawrenceburg was  selected as a Senior Star by the  University of Kentucky Sand  ers Brown Center on Aging  it  was announced    Cunningham is to be hon  ored at an Oct  13 luncheon in  Lexington    His family has been invited  to attend in his stead    Cunningham was active in  the Lawrenceburg community   delivering Meals on Wheels  to homebound seniors for the  Anderson Senior Center    He planted and maintained  a garden for the Adult Day  Care Center    This garden provides fresh  vegetables for the center   and an opportunity for other  seniors to participate in the    growing process  according to a  news release    Cunningham will be hon  ored  along with eight other  Senior Stars and three cen    tenarians  at the inaugural  Senior Star Luncheon  to be  held at noon  Oct  13  at the  Lexington Downtown Hilton      COMMUNITY CALENDAR    Community   Oct  8  Repair Affair event  7 30 a m    Oct  8 9  The Crucible  presented by  the Anderson County Community  Theatre  Lawrenceburg Green   Oct  9  Marlowe grade school reunion   noon to 4 p m   American Legion  building  Anderson County fair  grounds   Oct  14  Movie Night  Harry Potter and  the Deathly Hallows  Lawrenceburg  Green    Education   Oct  5 7  Oct  10 11  GED instruction  and college preparation  community  education building  8 a m  to noon   4 30 7 30 p m   Bluegrass Commu  nity and Technical College  noon  to 4 p m   times subject to change  depending on day   Oct  5  English as a second language   community education building   6 30 8 30 p m    Oct  6  English as a second language   9 10 30 a m    Oct  6  Family Literacy and Next Step  Program  Anderson Community  Education building  5 30 8 p m    Oct  7  Learn to Read  Adult Learning  Center  8 a m    Public meetings   Oct  5  road test registration with exam  iner  8 30 a m   all written tests   8 30 10 30 a m    Oct  6  Rotary club  noon  Anderson  Public Library   Oct  10  city council meeting  7 p m      city hall   Oct  6  Compassionate Friends  for  parents and grandparents who have  lost young children   1st and 3rd  Thursdays of the month  6 30   8 30  p m   Frankfort Hospice Building   643 Teton Trail  contact Kathy Wain   scott 502 517 6289    Senior Center   Oct  5   10 30 a m   7th graders ACMS games   pumpkin decorating  11 45 a m   lunch  12 30 3 30 p m   Rook cards  12 30 p m   Games Bingo  12 30 p m   Kroger shopping day   5 p m   Yard sale prep   Oct  6   8 a m  2 p m   Yard sale at 703 W   Broadway to benefit Anderson  Senior Center   8 15 a m   Breakfast club   9 a m   exercise  11 30 a m   Lunch   9 a m  3 p m   Shopping and errands  2 6 p m   Clean up yard sale   Oct  7   10 30 a m   Karaoke with Ed and 7th  graders ACMS  11 45 a m   Lunch  12 45 3 30 p m   Rook Cards  12 45 p m   Games Bingo   Oct  8   6 p m   Family and friends night out  with Minna    Oct  10   10 30 a m   Games exercise trivia  11 45 a m   Lunch  12 30 p m   Rook Cards  12 30 p m   Bingo games  2 30 4 30 p m   Lego engineering  7 p m   Rook club   Oct  11   8 15 a m   breakfast club  9 a m   Tai chi exercise  11 30 a m   watercolor practice  9 a m  3 p m   Shopping and errands  7 p m   Greek club   Oct  12   10 30 a m   Inspirations with Joe  11 30 a m   Lunch  12 30 3 30 p m   Rook cards  12 30 p m   Movie and popcorn   Yard sale to benefit senior center   The Anderson County Senior Center  will host a yard sale Oct  6 from  8 a m  to 2 p m  at Bill and Nancy  Browns  703 W  Broadway Ave    Call the center at 839 7520 for ques  tions or more information    All proceeds will benefit Senior Center  services    Open enrollment for Medicare   Part D begins Oct  15   Open enrollment for Medicare Part D  runs from Oct 15 through Dec  7   Please call the center at 839 7520  to schedule a free appointment with  Sheila Smith  Ship benefits coun  selor     NEED CASH      GUARANTEED TOP DOLLAR     STOP   Getting Less for your Gold    Bring your old  broken  used and  unwanted gold  silver   platinum to   687 E  IVtain St     Your Hometown Jeweler   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lived at a nursing  facility near my house  I didnt  know who he was except as the  man who walked in his wheel  chair up and down the nearby  trail  With great determination  hed push himself backwards in  his wheelchair using his feet mul  tiple times a day    One day I stopped to talk to  him  this handsome man with a  Johnny Unitas burr haircut  and  he told me about his stroke and  his unrelenting goal of learning to  walk again    He exercised all the time  he  said  He dreamed of getting better  and going fishing or coaching high  school football    When I met him  he didnt say    anything about being a football  player  Somebody at the nursing  facility told me and I had to ask  him about it    He had been big and strong  all of his life  He had also been an  alcoholic  He had been angry  He  said he wasnt sure if the anger  was due to the alcoholism or from  other things in his life that had  happened    It was his anger that caused  him to leave the nursing facility  near my house and go to another  one    I lost contact with him until  the other day when he called me  out of the blue  He was in another  facility not too far from where I  work    He invited me to a Bible study   He said hes been learning about  the Holy Spirit and that someone  had given him a Bible and he  reads it all the time  His life has  changed  he said  The angers gone    So  on Wednesday I went to see  him and sat next to him at the  Bible study  Hes as handsome as  ever    He told me that his nephew  had died and at the funeral  when they sang Amazing Grace  something like a flash of white  lightning went through him and  he knew it was God changing him   Thats what amazing grace does   it changes you    Im born again  he said    He loves Psalm 23  the Lord is  Steves shepherd  he doesnt want  for anything anymore  The Lord    makes Steve lie down in green pas  tures  leads him beside still waters  and restores his soul    Steves body isnt nearly as  strong as it once was  but his  soul and his spirit are thriving   his mind too  God is restoring  the years that alcohol and anger  robbed him of  He is redeeming  the hurts Steve suffered and also  caused    Now hes working on a dream  he has  to reconnect with his  high school girlfriend  a redhead  named Sheenaugh  He hasnt seen  her since 1966  but he dreamed  the other night that they would  reunite    Through divine intervention  I  feel that Sheenaugh is the woman  for me  he said  Through Christ   all things are possible    At one time Steve Starnes was  strong as a bull  He still loves foot  ball  he said  He predicts the Pack  ers and the Ravens will play in the  Super Bowl this season    A second stroke two years ago  set him back and the other day he  blacked out  fell and cut his head   Its a good day when he can walk  with a cane instead of a walker    Still  in many ways hes stron  ger today than he ever was  Hes at  peace  He still exercises like crazy   but even in his physical weakness   through Christ Steves spirit is as  strong as the strongest linebacker  on the gridiron today    Nancy Kennedy is a syndicated  faith columnist      Nancy   Kennedy   Columnist    Prayer walks scheduled   Prayer walks are scheduled for  the second Sunday of each month  at Anderson County High School   organizers announced    Those participating are asked to  meet at the schools front door at  2 p m The next walk is scheduled  for Oct  9   Alton Christian Church hosts revival   Alton Christian Church will  host a revival Oct  9 12 at 6 30 p m   with the Rev  Leon Thomas presid  ing  There will be special music  nightly    There will also be a homecom  ing on Oct  9 at 10 45 a m  with a  potluck and fellowship following  the service     CHURCH BRIEFS   Golf scramble to benefit Academy   The Christian Academy of  Lawrenceburg is hosting a golf  scramble Saturday  Oct  8 at Wild  Turkey Trace with a shotgun start  at 1 p m   and lunch from 11 30 a m   to 1 p m  along with regisration   Teams cost  260 for a team of  4  Individuals pay  65  but will  put with a team if needed  Spon  sorships  corp costs  500  individ  ual hole sponsors pay  150  or any  donation anyone willing to give    For more information call John  at 502 680 0663 or call academy at  502 839 9992    Fellowship Baptist Church   Fellowship Baptist Church   located on Hammonds Creek    Road  will celebrate its annual  homecoming Oct  9 at 11 a m    Benjamin Gee will be the  special speaker  and everyone is  invited    Lunch will follow the morning  service    Pets blessed at St  Lawrence Catholic   St  Lawrence Catholic Church  held its annual Blessing of the Pets  on Oct  1 at St Lawrence Catholic  Church in Lawrenceburg    Approximately 12 dogs attended  with their owners    Father Chris Clay presided This  is an annual event at St  Lawrence  in honor of St  Francis of Assisi     from staff reports      CASA    Court Appointed Spoclol Advocate    FOR CHILDREN    Franklin County CASA  Inc  would like to thank  Humana  our Gold Sponsor for our   2nd Annual Champions  for CASA Kids Golf Scramble    We would also like to thank all of  our sponsors that donated to making  our event a wonderful day     We are proud to be a part of Franklin and Anderson County with communities  that support our efforts for abused and neglected children that find themselves  involved in family court  We would also like to thank Lawrenceburg printing for  printing our sponsor signs  We look forward to next year and we thank all of our  players that came out and supported our great cause  If you would like to he a  volunteer with us please call  502 875 0702 we always need dedicated volunteers  to help our CASA kids find safe and permanent homes  And many thanks to  Diana Hill and our volunteers for working so hard on this event     OVERLAND CHURCH OF CHRIST   P O  Box 246  Lawrenceburg  KY 40342  1241 ByPass South  www cocoverland com  9 30 a m    Bible Study  10 30 a m  and 1 30 p m    Sunday Worship  7 p m    Wednesday Bible Study   li   A    Before you judge my life  my past or my character      Walk in my shoes  walk the path I have traveled  live my  sorrow  my doubts  my fear  my pain and my laughter   Remember  Judge not lest ye be judged   Everyone has  their own story  When youve lived my life  then you can  judge me   Author unknown   I have seen the above quote several times with different  people stating it  I understand the sentiments of the quote   but it is not accurate  The idea of Matthew 7 is to not judge  in hypocrisy  Its one thing to judge righteous judgment   John 7 24   and another to judge hypocritically  Matthew  7 5 says when I take care of my own sins I will be clearly  able to help others  Is that not judging righteously   Continuing in Matthew 7  one would also observe that by a  persons fruits  works  I will know them    I dont have to live your life or you live mine  but I can see  your needs and try and help make our walk together easier  without judging in hypocrisy  Gal  6 1 2 Brethren  if a  man is overtaken in any trespass  you who are spiritual  restore such a one in the spirit of gentleness  considering  yourself lest you also be tempted  Bear one another y s  burdens  and so fulfill the law of Christ   There are those  who are spiritual who can help and we should appreciate  that they want to help  not condemn us    Normally those who speak against judging are those  who seek justification for their sinful ways      davidlanius   bellsouth net     CHURCH SERVICES DIRECTORY    Worship At The Church Cf Your Choice This Week    Baptist   ALTON   1321 Bypass North  Rick Shannon  Pastor  9 45 a m  Sunday School  8 30 a m   10 45 a m  Worship  6 p m  Evening Activities  6 30 p m  Wednesday Activities   BALLARD   Ballard Road  Jerry Dedman  10 a m  Sunday School  10 45 a m  Worship  6 p m  Worship Service   CENTRAL   U  S  127  Franklin County Line  Rick Clark   10 a m  Sunday School  11 a m  Worship   6 p m  Worship   THE EVERGREEN   Paris L  Smith Sr   Pastor  508 Lincoln Street  9 45 a m  Sunday School   11 a m  Sunday Worship   7 p m  Wed  Prayer Meeting  7 30 p m  Wed  Adult Bible Study   FARMDALE   Steve Weaver  Pastor  5610 US 127 South   Franklin County line  9 30 a m  Sunday School  10 45 a m  Morning Worship  10 45 a m  Children s Church  6 30 p m  Bible Study  6 30 p m  Praise Factory   for children ages 5 11    FELLOWSHIP   Hammonds Creek Road  10 a m  Sunday School  11 a m  Worship  6 p m  Evening Worship  6 p m  Wednesday Prayer  Meeting   Bible Study   FIRST   111 North Main Street  Dr  Robert F  Ehr  Pastor  8 30 a m    10 50 a m  Worship  9 45 a m  Sunday School  5 p m  Youth   5 p m  Awana   6 p m  Evening Worship  6 p m  Wednesday Children    Youth Missions Groups  6 30 p m  Wed  Prayer Service  www lawrenceburgfbc org   FREEDOM   1010 Powell Taylor Rd   Robert Logue  Pastor  10 a m  Sunday School  11 a m  Morning Worship   5 p m  Discipleship Training  6 p m  Evening Services   6 p m  Wed  Prayer Meeting   FRIENDSHIP   UNITY   Highway 62  Bardstown Road  George A  Jones  Pastor  10 a m  Sunday School  11 a m  Worship  6 p m  Worship  7 p m  Wednesday   GLENSB0R0   Village of Glensboro   Highway 44    Glenn Corn  Minister  10 a m  Sunday School  11 a m  Worship   6 p m  Worship  www glensborobaptist com    GOSHEN   1544 Hickory Grove Rd    Fred Knickerbocker  Pastor  10 a m  Sunday School  11 a m  Worship  6 30 p m  Sun  Bible Study  6 30 p m  Wed  Bible study   HEBRON   340 Main St   Salvisa  George Dye  Pastor  10 a m  Sunday School  11 a m  Worship  6 p m  Evening Service  7 p m  Wednesday   HOPE COMMUNITY   5930 U S  127 South  Frankfort  Jeff Eaton  Lead Pastor  8 30 and 11 00 a m  Worship  hopecommunitychurch net   LAWRENCEBURG COMMUNITY   Saffell Street   Stephen C  Broughton  Pastor  10 a m  Sunday School  11 a m  Worship  5 15 p m  Training Union  6 p m  Worship   MOUNT PLEASANT   Highway 53    Willisburg Road  Rev  Bobby Chesser  10 a m  Sunday School  11 a m  Worship   6 p m  Worship   MOUNT VERNON   Highway 395  Anderson    Shelby County Line  Sean Post  Pastor  9 45 a m  Sunday School  10 45 a m  Worship   PLEASANT GROVE   Hwy  1579  Pleasant Grove Rdg   Randy Peyton  Pastor  10 a m  Sunday School  11 a m  Worship  5 p m  Bible Study   SALT RIVER INDEPENDENT   Salt River Road  Carl Bush  Pastor   10 a m  Sunday School   11 a m  Sunday Service  6 p m  Sunday Service   6 p m  Thursday Bible Study   SAND SPRING   1616 Harrodsburg Road  Mike Hamrick  Pastor  10 a m  Sunday School  8 45   11 a m  Worship  6 p m  Discipleship Training   7 p m  Worship   5 45   7 45 AWANA for Children  7 p m  Wednesday   SOVEREIGN GRACE   218 West Park Center  Tracey Royalty  Preaching Elder  Chris Williams  Preaching Elder  9 30 a m  Sunday School  10 30 a m  Sunday Worship  http   sovchurch org    TYRONE   Village of Tyrone  Mark Webb  Pastor  10 a m  Worship Service   VAN BUREN   Fairmount Road  Bill Johnson  Interim Pastor  10 a m  Sunday School  11 a m  Worship  www vanburenbaptist com    Catholic   ST  LAWRENCE   120 Gatewood Avenue  Rev  Christopher Catesby Clay  Saturday  Mass 5 30 p m   Sunday  Mass 9 30 a m   Religious Formation class at  11 00 a m    Tues   Wed   Thurs     Fri   Mass at 8 30 a m   Rosary  before Mass    except first Fridays of the month   Mass at 8 30 a m   followed by  Eucharistic Adoration    Benediction   Holy Day Mass at 6 30 p m   stlawrencecathol bellsouth net    Christian   ALTON   1686 Old Frankfort Road  Noal Cotton Jr   Minister  7 30 a m  Early Prayer Meeting  9 45 a m  Sunday School  10 45 a m  Worship   Childrens Church   6 30 p m  Youth Meeting  Bible  Study and Praise  6 30 Wednesday Bible Study   ANDERSON   1631 U S  127 ByPass South  Doug Simpson    Senior Minister   9 a m  Sunday School   10 a m  Worship   6 p m  Evening Worship  6 30 p m  Wed  Bible Study   ANTIOCH   Anderson Washington County line  Antioch Church Lane  Bart Price  Minister   10 a m  Sunday School  10 50 a m  Worship   5 p m  Youth Meeting   6 p m  Worship   7 p m  Wednesday Bible Study   CORINTH   Forks of Corinth Road  and Alton Station Road  Matt Sawyer  Minister  11 a m  Traditional Service  6 p m  Evening   Youth Worship   FAIRVIEW   Fairview Road  Grant Mathes  Minister  10 a m  Sunday School  10 45 a m  Worship  6 p m  Worship  7 p m  Wednesday   FOX CREEK   Village of Fox Creek  Highway 62  Don Wells   8 45 a m  Early Service on Sunday   10 a m  Sunday School   11 a m  Sunday Worship  6 p m  Sunday Worship   6 30 p m  Wed  Bible Study    Youth Meeting  FoxCreekChristian  org   GLENSBORO   2963 Glensboro Road  Garry Cheek  Minister  10 a m  Sunday S chool  10 50 a m  Worship   6 p m  Youth Meeting   6 p m  Worship   GRAEFENBURG   Shelby County  Village of  Graefenburg  U  S  60  Jonathan Wells  10 a m  Sunday School   11 a m  Worship   7 p m  Worship    GRAPEVINE   1709 Grapevine Rd   Claude Waldridge  Minister  10 a m  Sunday School  10 45 a m  Morning Worship   5 p m  Evening Worship  Wed  Bible 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  failed  to appear    Donald W  Clark  pretrial con  ference  operating a motor  vehicle under the influence     pleaded guilty  sentenced  to 30 days  condition  ally discharged two years    seven days to serve  120  day operator license sus  pension   728  installment   deferred payment May 28    Larry Cook Jr   disposition   failure of non owner opera  tor to maintain required  insurance   continued to  Sept  22    Melissa K  Creech  arraign  ment  failure of owner to  maintain required insur  ance security  operating  vehicle with expired opera  tors license   dismissed    Mitchell R  Dean  pretrial con  ference  operating a motor  vehicle under the influence     continued to Sept  22    Sandra J  Dillon  disposition    failure of owner to maintain  required insurance security     dismissed    Jeffrey M  Drury  motion to  revoke probation  operating  a motor vehicle under the  influence   motion remand  ed  probation extended two  years    Cody A  Fox  arraignment  fail  ure of owner to maintain  required insurance security     failed to appear    Alisha N  Gamble  disposition   operating on suspended   revoked operators license   failure to surrender revoked  operators license  failure to  notify department of trans  portation of address change   final continuance Oct  3    Brittany Gilbert  disposition   operating a motor vehicle  under the influence  pos  session of marijuana  buy   possess drug paraphernalia   driving on DUI suspended  license   final continuance  Oct  31    Jennifer L  Goodlett  arraign  ment  failure of owner to  maintain required insur  ance security   pleaded not  guilty  disposition Oct  3    James J  Huff  motion to  revoke probation  operat  ing a motor vehicle under  the influence  possession  of marijuana  buy possess  drug paraphernalia   con  tinued to Oct  31    Nancy A  Ison  arraignment   failure of owner to maintain  required insurance secu  rity   amended to second  offense  failed to appear   show cause  operating on  suspended revoked oper  ators license   failed to  appear  show cause    William Jackey  arraignment   failure of owner to maintain    required insurance security     dismissed    Danae L  Jones  arraignment   operating vehicle with  expired operators license     dismissed    Jeremiah Maggard  dispo  sition  operating on sus  pended revoked operators  license  display possession  of cancelled fictitious oper  ators license   continued  to Oct  31    Jackie L  Miller  motion to  revoke probation  failure of  owner to maintain required  insurance security   failed  to appear   900 fine rein  stated    Leslie F  Newman  arraignment   failure of owner to maintain  required insurance security     pleaded not guilty  bench  trial Nov  28    Edward P  OBrien  motion to  set aside conviction  fail  ure of owner to maintain  required insurance security     motion denied    Randall P  Penn Jr   arraign  ment  operating on sus  pended revoked operators  license   pleaded guilty    393  installment deferred  payment Feb  20  failure  of non owner operator to  maintain required insur  ance   dismissed    James R  Reed  disposition   failure of owner to maintain  required insurance secu  rity   pleaded guilty   643   installment deferred pay  ment Jan  10    Rhonda T  Rousey  arraign  ment  operating vehicle  with expired operators  license   dismissed     usan L  Sanders  arraign  ment  failure of non owner  operator to maintain  required insurance   failed  to appear    Elizabeth A  Skelton  arraign  ment  license to be in pos  session   dismissed    Heather R  Smith  arraignment   failure of non owner opera  tor to maintain required  insurance   pleaded guilty    243  installment deferred  payment Jan  23    William Clifton C  Smith  dispo  sition  failure to give right of  way to emergency stopped  vehicle   dismissed    Gregory K  Steer  continued  first appearance  failure of  owner to maintain required  insurance security   dis  missed    Natosha J  Streetman  arraign  ment  failure of owner to  maintain required insur  ance security   dismissed    Jim C  Thacker  disposition   license to be in possession   operating a motor vehicle  under the influence   con  tinued to Oct  3    James R  Tindal Jr   disposi  tion  failure of owner to  maintain required insur  ance security   pleaded  guilty   643  installment   deferred payment March    19    Austin L  Trent  arraignment   failure to notify department  of transportation of address  change   dismissed    Anthony W  Tuminski  dispo  sition  operating on sus  pended revoked operators  license   failed to appear   bench warrant    Joel L  Vaughn  arraignment   failure of non owner opera  tor to maintain required  insurance   dismissed    Benjamin E  Voils  arraign  ment  failure to notify  department of transporta  tion of address change  fail  ure of non owner operator  to maintain required insur  ance   dismissed    Robert B  Walker  disposition   failure of non owner opera  tor to maintain required  insurance   pleaded not  guilty  disposition Oct  3   failure to notify department  of transportation of address  change   dismissed    Mary C  Watters  disposition   buy possess drug para  phernalia  operating a motor  vehicle under the influence     continued to Oct  3    Christopher A  Wexler  arraign  ment  racing motor vehicle  on public highway   plead  ed guilty   393  installment   deferred payment Nov  28    Justin A  Whetzel  arraignment   license to be in possession     failed to appear    Jennifer D  Williams  arraign  ment  failure of owner to  maintain required insur  ance security   continued  to Oct  24    Kari W  Lamb  arraignment   failure of owner to maintain  required insurance security     dismissed    Michael E  Allen  show cause   failure of owner to maintain  required insurance security     failed to appear    Virginia L  Cook  show cause    failure of non owner opera  tor to maintain required  insurance   paid    Steven R  Cox  show cause   failure of owner to maintain  required insurance security     paid    Rex A  Davis  show cause   operating a motor vehicle  under the influence   con  tinued to March 19    Kurtis L  Dawson  show cause   failure of owner to maintain  required insurance security     continued to March 5    Jacob M  Donayel  show   cause  possession of mari  juana  buy possess drug  paraphernalia paid    Michelle L  Edmondson  show  cause  operating on sus  pended revoked operators  license   continued to Oct   31    Kimberly J  Greene  show  cause  failure of non   owner operator to maintain  required insurance   failed  to appear    Timothy D  Herman  show    cause  license to be in pos  session   failed to appear   James J  Huff  show cause   operating a motor vehicle  under the influence  pos  session of marijuana  buy   possess drug paraphernalia     continued to Oct  31   Larry D  Hurt  show cause    failure of owner to maintain  required insurance security     failed to appear    Eric R  Lanham  show cause   operating a motor vehicle  under the influence   paid   James N  Lunsford  show  cause  operating a motor  vehicle under the influence     continued to March 19   Penny L  Perry  show cause    operating a motor vehicle  under the influence   failed  to appear    Jason J  Polley  show cause   license to be in possession     paid    Cathy L   earcy  show cause   license to be in possession     continued to Jan  23   Barry D  Simpson  show cause    license to be in possession     continued to Jan  23   Brandon S  Trent  show cause    operating a motor vehicle  under the influence   failed  to appear    Demetrius R  Walker  show  cause  license to be in pos  session   continued to Oct   31    Travis S  Wolverton  show  cause  failure of owner to  maintain required insur  ance security   paid   Jeremiah Maggard  show  cause  failure of owner to  maintain required insur  ance security   amended to  second offense  motion dis  position trial date Oct  31   John A  Waldron  hearing  fail  ure to register transfer of  motor vehicle   dismissed   Nicole B  Keaton  arraignment   failure of owner to maintain  required insurance security     pleaded not guilty  dispo  sition Oct  3    Zachary Robinson  continued  first appearance  license  to be in possession   dis  missed    Brenda C  Cundiff  pretrial  conference  failure to give  right of way to emergency  stopped vehicle  operat  ing on suspended revoked  operators license  operat  ing a motor vehicle under  the influence court trial    Judge Linda Armstrong heard  the following cases dur  ing Anderson District Court  proceedings on 3eptember  22  2011    Timothy T  Bickers  arraign  ment  fugitive from another  state   continued to Sept   26    Tamara M  Bivins  arraignment   first degree possession  of a controlled substance     amended to controlled  substance not in original  container  pleaded guilty     sentenced to 30 days  con  ditionally discharged six  months    153  third degree  possession of a controlled  substance   amended to  controlled substance not in  original container  pleaded  guilty  sentenced to 30 days   concurrent   first degree  possession of a controlled  substance   amended to  controlled substance not in  original container  pleaded  guilty  sentenced to 30 days   concurrent   possession of  marijuana   pleaded guilty    100 to Anderson Coun  ty drug interdiction fund    100  buy possess drug  paraphernalia   pleaded  guilty   100  installment   deferred payment March  22  three counts of buy   possess drug paraphernalia    merged    Tamara M  Bivins  arraign  ment  theft by unlawful tak  ing  shoplifting    pleaded  guilty  sentenced to 30 days   conditionally discharged  two years     Richard J  Crews  sentencing   alcohol intoxication in a  public place  third or more  offense    sentenced to  seven days to serve  credit  time served    178  install  ment deferred payment  Nov  3  theft by unlawful  taking  shoplifting    sen  tenced to seven days to  serve  concurrent     Stephen R   mallwood   arraignment  theft by  unlawful taking   pleaded  not guilty  preliminary hear  ing Sept  29    Luis A  Vargas Zapote  con  tinued first appearance  no  operator moped license   failure of non owner opera  tor to maintain required  insurance   pleaded not  guilty  pretrial conference  Sept  26    Tracy L  Wilham  arraignment   theft by unlawful taking   shoplifting    pleaded not  guilty  pretrial conference  Oct  12  motion disposi  tion trial date Nov  3    Larry Cook  Jr   disposition   failure of non owner opera  tor to maintain required  insurance   remanded   failed to appear    Emily F  Edwards  hearing   operating on suspended   revoked operators license   second degree possession  of a controlled substance      six day jail credit  credit  time served     Michael Earl King  arraignment   second degree disorderly  conduct   pleaded guilty    253  alcohol intoxication  in a public place  third or  more offense    amended  to second offense  pleaded  guilty   25  installment   deferred payment Nov  17    Stephanie D  Rauscher   arraignment  first degree  possession of controlled  substance   amended to  second degree  pleaded  guilty  sentenced to 30 days   probated two years   two  days to serve  credit time  served    100 to Anderson  County drug interdiction  fund   153  first degree  possession of a controlled  substance   amended to  second degree possession  of a controlled substance   pleaded guilty  sentenced  to 30 days  two days to  serve  concurrent   sec  ond degree possession  of a controlled substance     pleaded guilty  sentenced  to 30 days  two days to  serve  concurrent   sec  ond degree possession  of a controlled substance     amended to controlled  substance not in original  container  pleaded guilty   sentenced to 30 days  two  days to serve  concurrent    third degree possession  of a controlled substance     amended to controlled  substance not in original  container  pleaded guilty   sentenced to 30 days  two  days to serve  concurrent    third degree possession  of a controlled substance     pleaded guilty  sentenced  to 30 days  two days to  serve  concurrent    100   installment deferred pay  ment March 22  theft by  unlawful taking  shoplift  ing    pleaded guilty  sen  tenced to 30 days  two days  to serve  concurrent     Stephen R  Smallwood   arraignment  failure of non   owner operator to maintain  required insurance  operat  ing on suspended revoked  operators license  failure to  surrender revoked opera  tors license  possession of  synthetic cannabinoid ago  nists or piperazines  buy   possess drug paraphernalia     pleaded not guilty      pen  later    ve pt      feer   1 OPEN Mon Sat 6 a m  9 30 p m   Sunday Buffet 11 a m  4 p m  Breakfast starts at 6 a m  1   Enjoy our 10 oz  ribeyes  roast beef  liver   onions  and many others   including lots of vegetables  Top it off with several pies to choose from    j a tlistorie   a   kakeside   Restaurant   1255 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better on home field    I hope The Weather Channel is  right    When I checked the long range  forecast Monday  it assured me there  was no rain in sight at  least through the middle  of next week    With that in mind  I  am sure that Anderson  County soccer fans are  banking on A1 Roker  being 100 percent right  when he says there is  only about a 10 percent  chance of rain    Next week  Anderson  County High School is set  to host the boys 25th Dis  trict soccer tournament  for the first time since 2005  And you  can rest assured that after last week   no one remotely close to Anderson  soccer will be doing any sort of a rain  dance until the Bearcats and Lady  Bearcats are eliminated in tourna  ment play    What happened last week was a  tale so bizarre that it could not be  made up even in the wildest of imagi  nations    There was the Anderson boys team  getting ready to play one of the big  gest games of the year  then finding  out a few hours beforehand that the  contest had been moved to the oppo  nents practice field    Then the Anderson girls had their  own version of a must win moved   then moved again to a field that was  not ready until just a few moments  before game time  Another game had  contingency plans that included an  alternate start time so there would  not be a conflict with a nearby truck  pull    I promise  I am not making this up   Ridiculous  You betcha    But it was the plight of Anderson  County soccer last week  Both the  Bearcats and Lady Bearcats had to  scramble for game sites because rain  from the week before had left the  Anderson field unplayable    The  Week  Before    The field could not be used when  Andersons girls were to host Western  Hills in a key district match  That  game was rescheduled for Tuesday  and moved to Frankfort  but then  rescheduled again and moved to the  field behind Anderson County Middle  School  Lady Bearcat coach Jason  Earnest and some helpers  including  a Western Hills fan  finished lining  alternate field minutes before kickoff    At least the Lady Bearcats were  able to win that one get a better seed  ing for their tournament  which will  be held in Frankfort next week    Tuesday  the boys were to host a  huge district match with Franklin  County  The field was still unplayable  and the game was moved to Franklins  practice field that afternoon    I had planned to cover that one on  the way back from the girls regional  golf tournament  but with the soccer  time change  it was impossible to do  so    More importantly  Anderson could  have dropped a key seeding game  because it was not able to play at  home  Anderson really does have a  bit of an edge at home with an under  sized field that is marked by a steep  crown in the middle    Saturday  Andersons girls actually  did play Bardstown on the home field   but had a contingency plan to move  back to the middle school in late  afternoon  if necessary  so they would  not be playing during a truck pull just  over the fence at Community Park    Practice  It was wherever you  could    It is really sad that a pair of quality  teams were forced to scramble like  that  While things like that occasion  ally happen in outdoor sports  the  Anderson pitch has been an embar  rassment for too long    A few years ago  a girls game  was called early in the second half  because of field conditions  Last year   a visiting team balked at playing on  the surface    I can only imagine what could  happen if it rains during tournament  play    It has gone on far too long and is  only getting worse  Hopefully  it will  be alleviated before the 2012 season    In the meantime  Anderson soccer  fans can only pray for no rain      John   Herndon   Sports editor    Comment at www theandersonnews   com     Sudden death win returns  Riley to state tourney    Sophomore was grinding on   By John Herndon   Sports Editor   NICHOLASVILLE   Caitlyn Rileys  hands werent shaking as she  got ready to putt from just 5  feet out last Tuesday    Her knees had not been  knocking as she knelt to survey  the situation on the green dur  ing the first hole of a sudden  death playoff at Connemara    But looks were deceiving    My heart was pounding  Riley said  minutes after she sank the putt for a    back nine  survives playoff hole   birdie and a berth in the state girls  high school golf tournament  to be held  Thursday through Saturday in Bowl  ing Green  But her only show  of emotion was a huge sigh of  relief when she looked up after  retrieving her ball    Riley survived a sudden  death playoff with three other  competitors  The four all scored  an 81 and were playing for  three available individual qual  ifying spots at the state  East   See GOLF  Page B4    On the web   See more photos of  the girls regional  golftournament  at www thean   dersonnews com      Photo by John Herndon    Kaitlyn Riley shows she is relieved after  sinking a 5 foot putt for a birdie to earn a  berth in the state golftournament     ANDERSON COUNTY 31  WOODFORD COUNTY 13    No excuses as Bearcats roar past Woodford   Anderson overcomes shuffled offensive line to virtually clinch state playoff berth     Photo by John Herndon   Anderson County s Austin Hall  22  tries to bat down a pass by Wood  ford County quarterback Matt Couch     By John Herndon   Sports Editor   VERSAILLES   There  would be no excuses for  Anderson County    The opportunities to  explain a slow start were  plentiful but the Bearcats  righted themselves then  responded with a 31 13 vic  tory at Woodford County  last Friday    Some key injuries have  kept a young but talented  offensive line from totally  meshing at times on the  season  Then  last Monday   the Bearcats found out they  would be facing upstart  Woodford County without  their most seasoned veteran   center Chris Fitzpatrick   Fitzpatrick  who has com  mitted to Northwestern   underwent an emergency  appendectomy and will  miss this weeks game with  West Jessamine as well    The Bearcats would be  playing on artificial surface   Over the years  Anderson  has had limited success on  the fake grass over the years  and this year  the Bearcats  only loss came on the same  kind of turf at Bryan Sta  tion    There were  in Ander  sons eyes at least  two hor  rendous calls that went    On the web   See a preview of Friday s game with  West Jessamine and more photos  from the Bearcats win at Woodford  County at theandersonnews com    against the Bearcats  One  resulted in a Woodford  touchdown  the other negat  ed an Anderson takeaway    No excuses allowed  how  ever    We dont make excuses   Anderson coach Mark Peach  said  If you are willing to  make excuses  then you give  yourself an out in life    We know Chris can  play but the next guy has  to come in and be ready  because you are still going  to play the game    Senior Chris Noble  moved from his tackle  spot to center with junior  Justin Moffitt lining up at  left tackle  Noble  who had  played center as a fresh  man and sophomore  said  he found out that he would  be moving  Immediately  I  found out Monday  I went  right back to work and we  got the snaps in during the  week  he said    After a shaky start  the  Bearcats overcame a Wood    See ROAR  Page B4    Pep rally  parade to highlight annual homecomin    By John Herndon   Sports Editor   Anderson County High  School will celebrate home  coming Friday when the  Bearcats host district foe  West Jessamine  Kickoff is  set for 7 30 p m    The homecoming queen  will be crowned at halftime  of the football game  Ander  son  with a 5 1 record and  ranked No  7 in last weeks  Associated Press Class 5A  poll  will be heavily favored  to defeat the winless Colts    Homecoming festivities  are being celebrated all  week at the school with the  them for the week being  Corral the Colts  The  annual homecoming parade  and pep rally is set for  Thursday  Oct  6 beginning  at 6 p m    Former Bearcat all   state player Joe Smith has  been selected as the grand  marshal for the parade  A  1994 graduate of Anderson   Smith played quarterback   safety  linebacker and  handled the teams kicking  duties  A three year starter  at quarterback  Smith led  the Bearcats to a 24 9 record  and two state playoff wins  during that time    He was an all state first  team selection and was the  leading vote getter on the  prestigious Courier Journal  all state team as selected  by the states coaches  He  also was a member of the     Photo furnished    Contestants for homecoming queen don football jerseys as they pose for a photo  Front  from left  are  seniors Chelsea Stratton  Emily Mager and Chelsea Lane  Second row are juniors Anna Mattingly and Madi  Vissing  and sophomores Katie Phipps and Lauren Fowler  Third row are freshmen Baylee McKenzie and  Matti Bowman     Kentucky All Stars for  their summer game against  Tennessee  Smith was also  selected by readers of The  Anderson News as one of  the 15 greatest football play  ers in Anderson history    Smith went on to Eastern    Kentucky University  where  he played both football and  baseball  Now working in  his family business in Law  renceburg  Smith is often  seen at Bearcat games on  Friday nights    The parade will start at    the high school  travel east  on Broadway  then make  its way through downtown  on Main Street  The parade  will end at the Lawrence  burg Green with a pep rally  and bonfire  set to begin at  approximately 6 30 p m                                  B2   Wednesday  October 5 2011   The Anderson News    THE LINEUP    THIS WEEK IN ANDERSON COUNTY SPORTS    ANDERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL   Football   Friday  Oct  7  West Jessamine at Anderson County  7 30 p m  Homecoming and district  game    Junior varsity football  Monday  Oct  10  J V playoffs  TBA    Freshman football   Thursday  Oct  6  Anderson County at Woodford County  6 p m    Girls golf   Thursday  Oct  6  Girls state golf tournament at Bowling Green Country Club  TBA   Saturday  Oct  8 Anderson County s Kaitlyn Riley tees off at 8 48 a m   Central time    Friday  Oct  7  Second round on Saturday  Oct  8 for those who make the cut    Boys soccer   Thursday  Oct  6  North Hardin at Anderson County  8 p m    Junior varsity match at 6 p m    District 25 Boys Soccer Tournament at Anderson County   Seedings in parentheses    Monday  Oct  10  Anderson County  4  vs  Frankfort  5   6 p m   Western Hills  3  vs  Owen  County  6   8 p m    Wednesday  Oct  12  Woodford County  1  vs  Anderson County Frankfort winner  6 p m     Franklin County  2  vs  Western Hills Owen County winner  8 p m    Thursday  Oct 13  Championship match  8 p m    Girls soccer   District 25 Girls Soccer Tournament at Sower Soccer Complex  Frankfort   Seedings in parentheses    Tuesday  Oct  11  Western Hills  4  vs  Frankfort  5   6 p m   Anderson County  3  vs  Owen  County  6   8 p m    Wednesday  Oct  12  Woodford County  1  vs  Western Hills Frankfort winner  6 p m     Franklin County vs Anderson County Owen County winner  8 p m    Thursday  Oct  13  Championship match  6 p m    Volleyball   Wednesday  Oct  5  Anderson County at Lexington Christian  7 30 p m    District 30 Volleyball Tournament at Shelby County   Seedings in parentheses    Monday  Oct  10  Anderson County  4  vs  Eminence  5   6 p m    Tuesday  Oct 11  Collins  1  vs  Anderson County Eminence winner  6 p m   Henry County   3  vs  Shelby County  2   7 p m    Wednesday  Oct  12  Championship match  7 p m    Cross Country   Saturday  Oct  8  Anderson County in Tates Creek Invitational  TBA    ANDERSON COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL   Girls basketball   Thursday  Oct  6  Anderson County at Bondurant  7 p m    Sixth grade game at 5 30  B team at 6 p m    Saturday  Oct 8  Anderson County in Mt  Washington tournament  TBA    COLLEGE SPORTS   Football   Saturday  Oct  8  Kentucky at South Carolina  12 21 p m   SEC TV    Drake at Morehead State  1 p m    Men s Soccer   Saturday  Oct  8  Transylvania at Manchester College  3 p m    Wednesday  Oct  12  Earlham at Transylvania  4 p m    Women s soccer   Wednesday  Oct  5  Lindsey Wilson at Georgetown  8 p m    Thursday  Oct  6  Lindsey Wilson at St  Catharine  reserves  7 p m    Match played at Nelson County High School    Friday  Oct  7  Northern Kentucky at St  Joseph s  Ind    5 p m    Bellarmine at Indianapolis  5 p m    Centre at Austin  3 p m    West Va  Tech at Campbellsville  4 p m    Saturday  Oct  8  NYU at Rochester  7 30 p m    Bryan College at Georgetown  4 p m    St  Catharine at Mountain State  1 p m    Midway at Spelman College  1 p m    Sunday  Oct  9  Northern Kentucky at Indianapolis  noon    Centre at Dallas  noon    St  Catharine at West Virginia Tech  2 p m    Midway at Agnes Scott College  2 p m    Tuesday  Oct  11  Cumberland University  Tenn   at Georgetown  6 p m    St  Catharine at Oakland City  4 p m    Wednesday  Oct  12  Campbellsville at Bethel  2 p m    Kentucky Christian at Midway  4 p m    Published schedules are based upon the latest information submitted by the respective  schools and leagues to The Anderson News  Changes in published schedules are posted  at www theandersonnews com as soon as possible after information is received     ANDERSON COUNTY  HIGH SCHOOL    FOOTBALL   Last week s results  Anderson Co  31  Woodford Co  13   ANDERSON CO  3 7 7 14 31   WOODFORD CO  6 0 0 7 13   First quarter   10 21 WC   Michael Rusher  63 pass from  Matt Couch  kick blocked   4 plays  76  yds  TOP 1 39    8 37 AC Bill Rose  22 FG  6 plays  54  yards  TOP 1 38    Second quarter   2 34   Ethan Kelly  29 pass from Seth  Carmichael  Rose kick   8 plays  64 yds   TOP 3 51    Third quarter   9 45 AC   Carmichael  7 run  Rose kick   7  plays  52 yards  TOP 2 05    Fourth quarter   11 28 AC   Travis Phillips  5 pass from  Carmichael  Rose kick   8 plays  56  yards  TOP 2 47    4 00 WC   Rusher  31 pass from Couch   Zack Korby kick   4 plays  23 yards    TOP 1 24    2 18 AC   Carmichael  1 run  Rose kick   6    plays  53 yards  TOP 1 36    ACHS   WCHS   First Downs   17   11   By rush   8   2   By pass   6   8   By penalty   3   1   Rushes yards   47 301   26 67   Passing yards   142   207   Passes   12 20 0   10 23 2   Total offense   67 443   49 274   Fumble Returns   0 0   1 9   Punt Returns   0 0   2 23   Kickoff Returns   2 65   6 34   Interception Returns 2 10   0 0   Punts  Number Avg  5 31 2   6 36 7   Fumbles Lost   1 1   2 1   Penalties Yards   8 61   8 60   Possession Time   24 52   23 08   Third Down Conv    5 of 14   4 of 11   Fourth Down Conv    1 of 1   1 of 1   Red Zone efficiency   5 5   0 1    Individual rushing  ACHS   Kelly 17 199   Hayes 9 58  Phillips 11 36  S  Carmi  chael 10 8  WCHS S  Rusher 7 36   Couch 16 26  Bowen 2 8  Campbell  H 3     Passing  ACHS   S  Carmichael 12 20 0   142  WCHS   Couch 8 20 2 179  Bowen   2  3 0 28    Receiving  AC   Kelly 4 61  Sprague 3 42   Phillips 2   3   Hayes 1 34  Curtsinger  1 8  Ruggles 1 0  WCHS M  Rusher 4   143  Campbell 2 20  Head 1 19  Brown  1 10  Bowen 1 8  Adams 1 7   Interceptions  ACHS   R  Cox 1 10  Kelly  1   0     Sacks UA A  ACHS  Davis 1 0 Hall 1 0   WCHS Smart 2 0   Tackles  UA A   ACHS   Phillips 6 5  R  Cox   3  3  Sprague 3 2  Kelly 3 2  Noble 3 1   Hall 2 3  Ashburn 2 2  S  Carmichael  1 3  Ruggles 2 0  Davis 1 1  Cosby 0 2   McGregor 0 2  Bright 0 1  Hayes 0 1   Woodworth 0 1  WCHS   Smart 13 8   Head 7 3  M  Rusher 4 6  Jobe 3 4  D   Campbell 4 0  Hunter 2 3  Brown 2 1   Goodrich 1 2  Jones 0 3  S  Rusher 1 0   Hudson 1 0  Elder 0 2  Bowen 0 2   Stakelin 0 1  Bunch 0 1  Rogers 0 1   O NanO 1    Anderson County year to date stats  Record  5 wins  1 loss  2 0 in district play  Bryan Station 47  Anderson County 23  Anderson County 42  Lincoln County 7  Anderson County 58  Shelby County 20  Anderson County 28  Mercer County 6  Anderson County 31  Montgomery Co  14  Anderson County 31  Woodford County 13   Score by quarters   Anderson 47 71 45 50 213  35 5   Opponents 40 21 20 26 107  17 8     Points   ACHS   213   0pp    107   First downs   118   65   Rushing   65   27   Passing   43   32   Penalty   10   6   Rushes yds   224 1328   171 601   Passing yds   1319   857   Passes   85 127 4   60 116 7   Total offense   2647   1458   Return yards   376   509   Kickoff   310   341   Punt   32   37   Interception   34   99   Other   0   32   Punts   18 31 8   27 33 2   Penalties   42 331   33 288   Fumbles lost   8 5   13 5   Third down conv    21 56   19 64   Fourth down conv  6 9   8 17   Red zone efficiency 22 24   4 9    Individual statistics leaders    Rushing   No  Yds Avg  TD LGPerGm   Kelly   91 810 8 9 6   59 135 0   S  Carmichael56 184 3 3 5   21   30 7   Hayes   36 225 6 3 3   27   37 5   Phillips   24 90 3 8 2   10   15 0   N Cox   3 23 7 7 0   12   11 5   Ashburn   6 16 2 7 0   10   4 0   Toomey   2 5 2 5 0   7   2 5   Curtsinger   1 1 1 0 0   1   0 2   Trimble   1  2 2 0 0    2    2 0   Z  Carmichael 2  2 1 0 0   6    1 0   Team   2  22 22 0 0    22    4 4   Team total   2241328 5 9 15   59 221 3   Opponents 171 601 3 5 8   71 100 2   Passing Comp  Att  Pet  Yds  Int  TD   S  Carmich l   1 80 119 67 21216   4 12   Z  Carmich l   1 4 7 57 1   55   0 1   Hayes   1 1 100   48   0 1   Team   85 127 64 61319   4 14   Opponents   60 116 51 7 857   7 6   Receiving No  Yds  Avg  TD   LGPerGm   Kelly   18 466 25 9 6   79   77 7   Phillips   18 111 6 2 3   35   18 5   Curtsinger 16 262 16 4 1   56   43 7   Sprague   12 119 9 9 0   24   19 8   Ruggles   9 156 11 8 2   47   26 0   Hayes   4 57 14 3 0   34   9 5   D  Puckett   3 46 15 3 1   20   23 0   Cox   2 56 28 0 1   48   11 2   Kearns   1 28 28 0 0   28   14 0   Laytart   1 9 9 0 0   9   4 5   Ashburn   1 9 9 0 0   9   3 0   Team   85 1319 15 5 14   79 219 8   Opponents 60 857 14 3 6   73 142 9   Scoring   TD FG PAT Conv Total   Kelly   11 0 0   0   66   B  Rose   0 2 27   0   33   Phillips   5 0 0   0   30   S Carmichael 5 0 0   0   30   Hayes   3 0 0   0   18   Ruggles   2 0 0   1   16   D  Puckett   1 0 0   0   6   Curtsinger   1 0 0   0   6   R  Cox   1 0 0   0   6   Team   29 2 27   0 213    Opponents   16 0 9   1   107    includes two safeties    Statewide statistics leaders  Top 15 team passing leaders   ranked by passing yards average     School Gms Yds   Avg   Lou  Trinity   5 2097   419   Highlands   5 1696   339   Middlesboro   6 1912   319   Caldwell County   6 1782   297   Lone Oak   6 1694   282   Prestonsburg   6 1682   280   Elizabethtown   6 1593   266   Nelson County   6 1564   261   Owen County   5 1287   257   Lex  Catholic   6 1478   246   Grant County   5 1227   245   South Laurel   6 1457   243   Perry Central   6 1431   239   Anderson County   5 1177   235   Franklin County   6 1389   232   Class 5A only    Top 15 team scoring leaders     ranked by points average     School Gms   Pts   Avg   Franklin County 6   304   50 7   John Hardin 5   244   48 8   Bowling Green 6   289   48 2   Ohio County 5   236   47 2   Harlan County 5   208   41 6   North Bullitt 5   206   41 2   Warren Central 6   244   40 7   North Hardin 5   188   37 6   Jeffersontown 5   183   36 6   Anderson County 5   182   36 4   South Laurel 6   213   35 5   Christian County 6   212   35 3   Southwestern 5   173   34 6   Perry Central 6   200   33 3   North Laurel 6   189   31 5   Top 15 team scoring defense leaders    ranked by net points allowed per game    School Gms   Pts    Avg    Warren Central 6   47   7 8   Bowling Green 6   47   7 8   Harlan County 5   41   8 2   John Hardin 5   48   8 6   Woodford County 5   49   9 8   East Jessamine 5   64   12 8   Christian County 6   78   13 0   Jeffersontown 5   65   13 0   Ohio County 5   66   13 2   Cooper 6   103   17 2   North Bullitt 5   92   18 7   Franklin County 6   112   18 7   Anderson County 5   94   18 8   North Laurel 6   119   19 8   Grant County 5   102   20 4   Top 15 Team Rushing Defense Leaders    Rankd by rushing yards allowed average    School Gms   Yds    Avg    John Hardin 5   262   52   Harlan County 5   267   53   Woodford County 5   323   65   Bowling Green 6   440   73   Jeffersontown 5   405   81   Franklin County 6   599   100   East Jessamine 5   502   100   Letcher Central 6   604   101    North Laurel   6   633   106   Anderson County 5   534   107   Christian County 6   660   110   Warren Central   6   664   111   North Hardin   5   662   132   North Bullitt   5   695   139   Graves County   5   714   143    Top 15 passing leaders   Ranked by passing yards average     School Gms   Yds   Avg   Grant County   5   1227   245   South Laurel   6   1457   243   Perry Central   6   1431   239   Anderson County 5   1177   235   Franklin County   6   1389   232   Letcher Central   6   1377   230   Montgomery Co  5   992   198   Bowling Green   6   1010   168   Logan County   6   895   149   Greenwood   6   878   146   South Oldham   6   810   135   Southwestern   5   609   122   John Hardin   5   579   116   Christian County 6   675   113   Conner   5   544   109    Class 5A  District 6 results  Last week s games   Anderson County 31  Woodford County 13  Franklin County 40  East Jessamine 29  Montgomery Co  30  West Jessamine 6  This week s games  West Jessamine at Anderson County  Franklin County at Woodford County  Montgomery County at East Jessamine    District standings   District   Overall   Franklin County   2 0   7 0   Anderson County   2 0   5 1   East Jessamine   1 1   4 2   Montgomery County   1 1   3 3   Woodford County   0 2   4 2   West Jessamine   0 2   0 7    BOYS SOCCER   Last week s results    Franklin Co  2  Anderson Co  1  shootout    Anderson Co  2  Owen County 1  Danville 3  Anderson County 2    shootout    District 25 standings District   Overall   Woodford County   4 1 0   11 2 3   Franklin County   4 1 0   13 3 1   Western Hills   4 1 0   7 9 1   Anderson County   2 3 0   10 7 0   Frankfort   1 4 0   7 9 0   Owen County   0 5 0   4 11 1    Through matches of Oct  1      GIRLS SOCCER   Last week s results  Anderson County 4  Western Hills 0  Bardstown 3  Anderson County 0  Central Hardin 3  Anderson County 0    District standings District   Overall   Woodford County   5 0 0   11 4 0   Franklin County   4 1 0   12 3 1   Anderson County   3 2 0   8 8 2   Western Hills   2 3 0   7 8 0   Frankfort   1 4 0   3 10 3   Owen County   0 5 0   0 13 1     Through matches of Oct  1     VOLLEYBALL   Last week s results   Nelson Co  def  Anderson Co  26 24 25 15    District 30 standings District   Overall   Collins   6 1   16 8   Shelby County   5 2   9 7   Henry County   3 4   12 17   Anderson County   3 4   12 19   Eminence   0 5   12 13     Through matches of Oct 1    GIRLS GOLF   Region 7 tournament   At Connemara  Sept  27   Franklin County 358  Henry Clay 360    West Jessamine 370  Boyle County  371  Anderson County 373  Lafayette  376  Western Hills 376  Paul L  Dunbar  403  Woodford County 426  Lexington  Christian 429  Lexington Catholic 429   Sayre 435  Madison Southern 492  Tates  Creek 512    Anderson County individuals  Kaitlyn  Riley 81  Anna Marie Hyatt 85  Christina  Montgomery 101  Hayley Elder 106   Kelly Harlan 120    BOYS GOLF   Region 4 Tournament  At Danville Country Club  Sept  27   Anderson County 333  other team scores  not available   Anderson County Individuals  Lee Robin  son 76  Tyler Harrod 82  Darrin Laswell  86  Jackson Taylor 87    CROSSCOUNTRY   Last week s results  Capitol View Classic   At State Archives  Oct  1   Boys 5 K   Franklin County 33  Anderson County  37  Harrison County 50  Montgomery  County 100    Anderson County Indviduals   1  Austin Dillow 18 56 20  2 Forrest Coffey    19 29 31  9 Cody Dillow 20 46 85  16   Tyler Dewitt 22 03 28  17  Jacob Vincent  22 12 55    Girls 5K   Anderson County No Team Score  Anderson County Individuals  16  Kasey Swails 28 28 38  21  Amanda  Wampler 31 21 74     ANDERSON COUNTY  MIDDLE SCHOOL    GIRLS BASKETBALL   Last week s results   A team   Anderson County 31  Mt  Washington 19  Anderson County scoring  Currens 19   Hawkins 11  Rogers 1    Anderson County 47  Bloomfield 9  Anderson County scoring  Currens 23   Harrod 8  Hawkins 5  Curry 3  Wilson 3   Aldridge 3  Sutherland 1  Beasley 1    Elkhorn 32  Anderson County 27  Anderson County scoring  Currens 15   Curry 5  Hawkins 2  Wilson 2  Aldridge   2  Beasley 1    B team   Lexington Christian Tournament  Anderson County 33  Bourbon County 22  Anderson county scoring  Freed 7  Court  ney 6  A  Sims 5  Rogers 4  H  Goodman   3  Smith 2  Clark 2  Mattingly 2    Bondurant 31  Anderson County 20  Anderson County scoring  Rogers 9  Court  ney 9  Freed 2    Anderson County 39  Christian Academy  of Louisville 22   Anderson County scoring  Freed 10   Courtney 9  Rogers 8  A  Sims 7  Clark 3   Mattingly 2    Anderson County 41  Lex  Christian 20  Anderson County scoring  Drury 14    Clark 8  Courtney 7  Freed 6  A  Sims 4   Rogers 2    Sixth grade   Anderson County 16  Bloomfield 10  Anderson County scoring  Burkhead 6   Birdwhistell 4  Harley 4  Bicknell 2    Elkhorn 25  Anderson County 8  Anderson County scoring  Harley 4  Burk  head 2  Roberts 2    CROSSCOUNTRY   Last week s results  Capitol View Classic  At State Archives  Frankfort  Oct  1  Boys 3K team scores  Oldham County  33  Johnson Traditional 35  Anderson  County 79  Harrison County 91  Rowan  County 149  Montgomery County 151   Anderson County individuals  8Josh  Quire 12 11 79  18  Daniel Blackhurst  12 57 92  19  Abram Gettelfinger  13 00 66  33  Camden Miller 13 51 16   44  Caleb Gettelfinger 14 42 72  60   Mikey Swails 16 10 41  67  Andrew  Swartz 17 04 64  75  Kaelin Lindsey  20 20 71    Girls 3K team scores  Johnson Traditional  30  Oldham County 39  Rowan County  74  Anderson County 96  Harrison  County 134    Anderson County individuals  14  Kinsey  Roberts 13 46 01  19  Caitlyn Stumph  14 14 73  28  Julie Paden 14 46 87    37  Madison Herzog 15 35 77  42   Hannah Rosenthal 15 46 97  43  Zellie  Roher 15 51 49  51  Hannah Wampler  17 17 71  55  Sarah Swartz 19 22 45     COLLEGE SPORTS    FOOTBALL   Last week s results  LSU 35  Kentucky 7  Kentucky record  2 3   Jacob Russell is a redshirt player at  Kentucky    Morehead State 38  Valparaiso  14  Morehead State record  2 3   Todd DeWoody is a member of the team  at Morehead State    Centre 24  DepauwlO  Centre record  4 0    Steve Sims is a member of the team at  Centre     MEN S SOCCER   Last week s results  Capital 4  Transylvania 2  Transylvania 5  Bluffton 0  Transylvania record  4 4 2   Sam Williams and Ethan Collins are  members of the team at Transylvania     WOMEN S SOCCER   Last week s results   NCAADiv l   Southeast Missouri 1  Eastern Illinois 0  Eastern Illinois record  3 7 2     Madison Carter is a member of the team  at Eastern Illinois     NCAADiv il   Northern Kentucky 3  Wisc  Parkside 2  Northern Kentucky record  8 1   Kara Yeaste is a member of the team at  Northern Kentucky     Indianapolis 2  Southern Indiana 1  Indianapolis record  6 3   Abby Prater is a member of the team at  Indianapolis     NCAA Division III   Trinity 2  Centre 1  2 overtimes    Centre record  6 2    Elizabeth Mason is a member of the  team at Centre    Rochester 2  BrandeisO  Rochester record  6 2   Jessi Newton is a member of the team at  Rochester      NAIA   Campbellsville 8  Midway 0  Campbellsville 3  Shawnee State 0  Campbellsville record  6 2   Hannah Pritchert is a member of the  team at Campbellsville     Trevecca Nazarene 4  St  Catharine 0  St  Catharine 2  Rio Grande 0  St  Catharine record  3 4   Katie Gustafson is a member of the team  at St  Catharine     Georgetown 1  PikevilleO  Georgetown record  3 3 2   Megan Melanson is a member of the  team at Georgetown     Midway 5  Berea 3    Kemper Rogers is a member of the team  at Midway     The Lineup is a brief listing of scores and  statistics involving teams and individu  als from Anderson County     Help KkLs   U he Mel    Ethan needs an organ  transplant to survive  He has  been on the transplant  waiting list for more 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day at www theandersonnews com     1080 Bypass South  Lawrenceburg  502 839 6906  www theandersonnews com                COMMUNITY SPORTS    The Anderson News   Wednesday  October 5 2011   B3      Kentuckiana s Newest  Daily Deal Destination     Photos furnished   Kevin Harris  of Lawrenceburg  accepts his first place prize in the advanced masters division    from Lawrenceburg Disc Golf Association President Jon Winfrey     Experience Louisville and Kentuckiana     Jeremy Schell prepares to throw his tee shot from hole No  1 in the recent Autum Classic disc  golftournment    57 compete in disc golf tourney   From staff reports ace in the tournament on the No  7   The Lawrenceburg Disc Golf Asso  hole at the county park course  Win   ciation hosted the second annual ners of each of the divisions were    Autumn Classic Disc Golf Tournament Women division   Daisy Ohlman of  on Sept  24  A field of 57 players par  Louisville  Junior U 16 division   Dal   ticipated in the 36 hole event played at ton Wells Schell  Junior U 19 division  both the Anderson County Community   Gabe McMichael  Recreational divi   Park Disc Golf Course and the Law  sion   Andy Austin of Frankfort  Inter   renceburg City Park Disc Golf Course  mediate division   Buddy Tackett of  Players competed in a morning ses  Lexington  Advanced division   Martin  sion of 18 holes before lunch and then Young of Louisville  Advanced masters  18 holes in the afternoon  Two divi  division   Kevin Harris   sions  advanced and advanced masters  The closest to the basket winners  had to have sudden death playoff holes for each division were   in order to resolve first place ties  Women division   Mary Ellen Strat    The 57 players were a 50 percent ton  Junior division   Seth Way  Rec   increase from last years tournament reational division   Rick Thornsberry  field of 38 players  Seventeen cities and of Rockholds  Intermediate division  three states were represented by men   Ed Spears of Lexington  Advanced  and women disc golfers  ranging from division   Kevin Hall of Versailles     at a fraction of the cost  Find great deals  from your community in      Tickets Travel Leisure    Shopping Salon Spa Dining   Register at kentuckiana sold com to  find the best daily deals in town    Brought to you by    Tb  Atttersmt Jfetua   www theandersonnews com      Photo furnished   MEN S CHAMPS   The Fairview Christian Glensboro Baptist men s softball team won the Anderson County church  league at Alton recently  The team defeated First Christian  17 9  in the final  Team members  are  front row  from left  Aaron Burkhead  Mark Vest  Justin Tinsley  Timmy Waldridge and Glen  Drury  Back row  Shane Mink  Wallace Cardwell  Nathan Cheak  Steve Corn  Eric Grubbs  Chad  Nowiin and Troy Chesser  Absent when picture was made was Clint Tinsley     Photo furnished   WOMEN S WINNERS   The Fairview Christian Glensboro Baptist women s softball team won the Alton Ruritan church  league recently  defeating Sand Spring Baptist 15 5 in the championship game  Team mem  bers are  front row  from left  Allison Vest  Alicia Corn  Mandy Brown and McKayla Gamble   Back row  Madison Brummett  Valerie Watts  Kendra Gaines  Cindy Gamble  Holly Mitchell   Jamie Neal and coach Justin Tinsley     ages 9 to 61    Each of the seven divisions com  peted for overall low score and also a  closest to the basket prize  The tourna  ment also conducted an Ace Pool for  anyone who hit a hole in one during  either one of their rounds of golf   Kevin Hall  of Versailles  had the only    Advanced masters division   Tracy  Crabtree of Lexington    All winners are residents of Law  renceburg unless noted otherwise    Complete tournament results can  be viewed at the LDGA website  http     ldga weebly com and click on the  Autumn Classic results link     n c e y o u R L   AS TE YE EXAM   Did you know most serious eye diseases have no  noticeable symptoms    For example  glaucoma is a rise in pressure in the eye  that can 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Titans lost their first  district match since the school  was formed last year when No   2 seed Shelby County upset  Collins recently     Anderson County  the No  4  seed  has beaten both Shelby  and No  3 Henry County dur  ing the season    In fact  Anderson has beat  en Henry twice    The Lady Bearcats also  played Collins very close when    the teams met last month in  Shelbyville    However  Anderson just  beat Eminence by the skin of  its teeth in the early season    Anderson will play Emi  nence in the first round on  Monday night at 6 p m     The winner of that match  will move on to play Collins  in the semi finals on Tuesday  at 6  followed by the Shelby   Henry match    The championship match is  set for Wednesday  Oct  12 at 6  p m  at Shelby County      Photo by John Herndon    Anderson County s Kaitlyn Riley fights her way out of a bunker on No  9 at  Connemara last Tuesday     GOLF   Continued from Page B1   Jessamine sophomore Madison  Sawyer won the individual  regional title with a five over  76  Franklin County took the  team title with a cumulative  358 while Henry Clay was sec  ond  two strokes back    Riley will be making her  second consecutive appear  ance at the state  teeing off  Friday morning at the Bowl  ing Green Country Club  If  she makes the cut  Riley will  return to the course on Satur  day for a second 18 hole round   Players will be able to play a  practice round at the course  on Thursday    For much of the day  it  looked like Riley would fall  short as she had carded an  eight over 44 at the turn   However  she recorded two  birdies  including a difficult  one on No  10  and four pars on  the back nine to force the tie  breaker    She was grinding on the  back nine to get that 81  her  father  Mike Riley  said with a  smile  She hadnt played well  on the front  and didnt putt  well on the front    But Anderson coach Todd  Hyatt was not worried    He noted that the high  winds had inflated many  scores  It was obvious with  the wind that everyones  scores would be up  Hyatt    said  I knew when she  chipped in No  10 that she  would be OK    It was the sophomores first  birdie of the day and appeared  to give her some momentum   However  on the very next  hole  a par 3  Riley three putt  ed after her tee shot landed on  the green  about 20 feet from  the pin    After a double bogey on  No  13  things looked bleak but  Riley came back to birdie the  next hole and get right back in  contention    When I chipped in No    10 1 felt things would turn  around  said Riley  who was  visibly perturbed when she  landed in a bunker on the pre  vious hole    When Riley parred both 17  and 18  then turned her card  in  it was a waiting game that  lasted the better part of an    hour  When the scores were  in  Riley had tied with Rachel  Pingleton of Boyle County   Megan Kinney of Western  Hills and Grace Rose from  West Jessamine for individual  qualifying spots two  three and  four    The top two teams and the  top four individuals not on  those teams advance to the  state    When the sudden death  playoff started on the 450   yard  par 5 first hole  things  looked bleak for Riley after  her tee shot was well behind  the other three competitors    I wasnt worried  Hyatt said   She was playing for position    To be honest  when the  other three hit their tee shots  so far past her  I thought she  might be at a disadvantage   but when she put that second  shot where she did  I knew she    eould stick it  Mike Riley said    Riley got it with a strong  second shot that landed about  100 yards from the hole but  directly in front of the pin   Anderson assistant coach Lau  rie Goodlett pumped her fist  as if to say things were just  fine    Riley then delivered the  shot of the day  using her gap  wedge to put the ball about  five feet from the pin  At that  point  the only question was  who would be joining Riley in  Bowling Green    When she hit that third  shot  I knew she had a  chance  said Rileys mother   Jennifer    Kinney also birdied the  extra hole and Pingleton made  par    That was tough  Hyatt  noted  You have all these  people around watching  an  estimated 200 fans were still  around for the playoff  and it  is just different    Riley just grinned when  asked about playing such a big  hole in front of a big crowd  It  made me nervous  she said   My heart was beating fast    She could have fooled any  one who was watching    Lady Bearcats fall short  of state berth   The Anderson County team  put together what is believed  to be its best ever finish at the  regional tournament  plac  ing fifth with a cumulative    373 finish  West Jessamine  and Boyle County finished  between the Lady Bearcats  and the two state qualifiers in  the 14 team field    For quite a while  Anderson  was in second  behind Henry  Clay  but was bumped as the  final teams came in    In addition to Rileys stel  lar round  Anna Marie Hyatt  flirted with a state berth as  well  turning in an 85    Christina Montgomerys  101 and Hayley Elders 106  rounded out the scoring on a  day that saw many triple digit  scores posted    Coach Hyatt was pleasantly  surprised by his teams fin  ish  I had told them that we  knew Kaitlyn and Anna Marie  would be there  but if we had  someone else in the 90s we  would be there at the end as a  team  he said    He could only smile at  how his team  which was not  expected to contend for team  spot at the state  was one of  the last squads bumped  All  who played at the region will  return  Hyatt is a junior while  Elder and Kelly Harlan are  sophomores  Montgomery is  an eighth grader    They got to play in the  regional and they were close  today  Hyatt said  Hopefully  that will give them motivation  to work hard on their games  for next year    Comment at theanderson   news com      Photo by John Herndon   Matt Sprague heads upfield after taking in a pass during Anderson Coun  ty s first touchdown drive at Woodford County on Friday night     ROAR   Continued from Page B1   ford County lead with a con  vincing win that that virtual  ly clinched a berth in the state  playoffs  It was the Bearcats  fifth straight win after that  season opening loss at Bryan  Station  Most importantly  the  Bearcats improved to 2 0 in  Class 5A  District 6 play  Wood  ford fell to 4 2 0 2    Anderson ripped through  the Woodford defense for  443 yards while the Bearcat  defense held the Yellow Jack  ets to 274 yards  almost half  coming in the first quarter    Woodford had only been  giving up 65 yards a game on  the ground  but Anderson hit  the Jackets for 301    Senior running back Ethan  Kelly ripped through the  Woodford defense for 199  yards rushing and caught  four passes for 61 yards and a  touchdown  Quarterback Seth  Carmichael hit on 12 of 20  passes for 142 yards and ran  for a pair of scores  Defensive  ly  Travis Phillips was in on 11  tackles    Kicker Bill Rose remained  perfect on the year  hitting  all four of his extra point  attempts  Rose also kicked a  22 yard field goal on Ander  sons first drive  That field goal  would loom large as the game  wore on    After sputtering offensive  ly for most of the first 18 min    utes  Anderson put together an  eight play  64 yard march that  ended when Carmichael lofted  a perfect rainbow to Kelly on  third and 18 from the Wood  ford 29 for the Bearcats first  touchdown    Woodford had seemed to  slow down the drive on the  play before when Elijah Jones  sacked Carmichael for a 9 yard  loss  We are going to have  to get him more protection   Peach said   Jones  was a man  among boys tonight  He was  really hard for us to handle    But when Anderson started  to come alive offensively  the  makeshift line did its job  Our  line started giving Seth time to  throw  Peach noted    But the Bearcats appeared  to come alive offensively  when Carmichael found Matt  Sprague open twice for throws  totaling 38 yards    The momentum started to  swing then  Sprague said    Even though Woodford  refused to give up  Anderson  was in total control from that  point on    Woodford had taken a quick  6 0 lead when Yellow Jacket  quarterback Matt Couch and  receiver Michael Rusher con  nected on a swing pass that  ended up going 63 yards for  a touchdown  Woodford tried  some razzle dazzle on the extra  point  going for two points on  an option pass out of the kick  formation  but it failed    That touchdown was an  illegal formation  argued  Peach  who pleaded for a flag    on the play  They only had six  men on the line of scrimmage   They had seven  then they had  one back off    Woodford seemed to be  driving for another score late  in the first quarter  but Kelly  swiped a Couch pass in the  Anderson end zone to stop the  march    We came out flat tonight   for some reason  Sprague said   There is no excuse for that    In reality  a perceived slight  to Sprague might have been  part of the impetus behind the  Bearcats awakening     Early in the second quarter   Sprague appeared to have posi  tion to intercept a Couch pass  but was called for pass inter  ference  The Anderson bench  protested vehemently  but to  no avail    Officially ticked off  the  Bearcat defense allowed just  six yards the rest of the half    We thought it was a great  play by Matt  but it did get us  kind of fired up  Peach said    Coach  Duane  Hammons   Andersons defensive coordi  nator  had a great game plan   said tackle Travis Davis     Anderson continued to take  control early in the second  half as Carmichael capped the  opening drive with a seven   yard run on quarterback draw  to make it 17 6    I thought that is where the  game turned  Woodford coach  Steve Stonebraker said  When  they were able to get a score  or two  that made it difficult  for us    Peach agreed  That is  where the field goal came in   We got up 17 6 and that was  two scores  That was huge    Then after Woodford got  nothing after recovering a  Kelly fumble at the Yellow  Jacket 2   Kelly later said the  call was correct even though  many Anderson faithful  thought he was down   the  Bearcats put it out of reach  when Carmichael connected  with Phillips for a 9 yard score  32 seconds into the fourth  quarter    Game notes    Freshman Hayden Bright  stepped in as long snapper in  Fitzpatricks absence     Defensive lineman Austin  Hall  who joined the team  after practice had started  when he transferred from  a school in Michigan  might  have had his finest game as a  Bearcat  as he was in on five  tackles and repeatedly was in  the Woodford backfield    Comment at theanderson   news com      re hunt  Gather ro    Berea s 50th Annual Juried Kentucky Guild  of Artists   Craftsmen Fall Fair Oct 8th   9th   Shop from master craftsmen at Historic Indian Fort  Theater     Celebration of Traditional Music Oct 13 16   Performances and jams all across the Berea College  Campus     Just 45 minutes from Lexington off 1 75  Berea com   Kentucky     Berea   WHERE ART S ALIVE  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the No    4 seed in next weeks District  25 tournament and will play  Frankfort in the first round of  the tourney The winner will  move on to play No  1 Wood  ford County  which won the  tie with Franklin County and  Western Hills by virtue of few  est goals allowed    Tuesday  Franklin scored a  win in a game that had origi  nally been scheduled for the    Anderson pitch but the previ  ous weekends rains left the  field unplayable  Just a few  hours before kickoff  the con  test was moved to Franklins  practice field    Franklin took a 1 0 lead into  halftime on a goal from Ryan  Sturm  They outshot us in the  first frame and we struggled  to keep our shape  Anderson  coach Brett Morris said    Anderson tied it when  Franklin was called for a foul  in the box  giving the Bearcats  a penalty kick  which Austin  Smallwood nailed    The contest went through  two overtimes with Franklin  having a chance to win on  a penalty kick in the second  extra period  but the shot went  wide    In the shootout  the teams  went to the ninth shooter  before Franklin prevailed 8 7    I think we played OK    BOYS SOCCER   against a team that has been  in and out of the Top 25 all  year  Morris said    They certainly deserve to  be ranked  They are very good  up top    Anderson County 2    Owen County 1   Anderson survived a shoot  out with Owen County Thurs  day night in Owenton    The Bearcats got an early  goal from Josh Brogan  who  took a pass from Drew Whit  worth for the Bearcats only  goal in regulation    Owen tied it before half  time  then the teams played to  a standoff in the second half    The teams went to the sev  enth shooter before Anderson  prevailed in the shootout    We didnt play very well     Morris said  End of story    Danville 3  Anderson County 2   Danville got two goals in a  three minute span to defeat  the Bearcats 3 2 Saturday in  Danville    Jake Winkler  Danvilles  all time leading scorer  scored  twice in the second half to  give the Admirals a win on  Senior Night  according to a  report in the Danville Advo  cate Messenger    Anderson had scored first  when Hunter Martin headed  home a pass from Austin  Smallwood  but Danville  scored late in the first half on  a rebound    The Admirals took control  when Winkler got his first  goal in the 68th minute  then  repeated shortly thereafter    Andersons Josh Brogan  capped the scoring in the 73rd    minute  Anderson fell to 10 8  and will close out its regular  season Thursday  Oct  when  North Hardin visits  Danville  broke a 3 game losing streak  and evened its record at 7 7    District 25 Tournament   Anderson will be hosting  the District 25 tournament  next week  The tournament  gets underway Monday night  with Anderson and Frankfort  kicking off at 6 p m   Anderson  will be favored to advance  for a meeting with Woodford  County  which beat Anderson  3 0 back on Aug  27    It is not where we wanted  to end up but we battled the  best we could  Morris said    We will be ready to play who  ever  however the chips fall    Comment at www theander   sonnews com     Girls soccer team clinches third seed    By John Herndon   Sports Editor   The Anderson County girls  soccer team clinched the No  3  seed in the Distrcit 25 Tourna  ment with a 4 0 win over West  ern Hills last Thursday    The match had originally  been scheduled for the field  Anderson County High School  but was rescheduled twice  after rains from the previous  weekend had rendered the Lady  Bearcats home pitch unplay  able  It was eventually played at  Anderson Middle School    The game was big for us   Anderson coach Jason Earnest  said  It gives us the No  3 seed   so we play the No  6 team in the  first round and then we will  play Franklin County    Anderson will play winless  Owen County in the opener   then  if it wins  will get a  chance to avenge its first loss to    Franklin County since 2005 in  the semi finals  Western Hills  will play Frankfort in the first  round  with the winner fac  ing highly regarded Woodford  County in the semi finals    We came out flat  Earnest  said  We should have scored  twice in the first five minutes   We missed from two yards and  five yards  We shanked one and  whiffed the other  The girls  were laughing  thinking it was  funny  Coach was none too  pleased    Anderson finally got on the  board when Taylor Clark took  a pass from Brittany Frith mid  way through the first half  It  remained that way at the break    Western Hills played well  for the last 15 minutes  getting  some good shots  Earnest said    Goalie Emily  Mager was on  her game though  cutting off  crosses and long shots  making it    look much easier than it was    Anderson was a different  team in the second half  control  ling play from the outset  Clark  headed in a pass from Kimmy  Damron that put Anderson up   2  0  then Courtney Fallis found  the net twice  once off an assist  from Andrea Melanson  the  other on a pass from Clark    We enjoyed the second half   as everyone played  Earnest  said  It wasnt pretty but it was  a big win    Bardstown 3  Anderson County 0   Bardstown got its 15th win  in 17 games when the Tigers  whipped host Anderson County   3  0 Saturday evening    Anderson vs  Central Hardin   Central Hardin defeated  Anderson 3 0 Monday night  For  a complete report see www the   andersonnews com     Bearcat golfers fall short    From staff reports   The Anderson County  boys golf team fell short in  its quest for a berth in this  weeks state tournament   The Bearcats shot a collec  tive 333 in last Tuesdays  Region 4 Tournament  held  at Danville Country Club    Lee Robinson shot a 78   to lead the Bearcats  but  missing an individual state  berth by two strokes  He  was the only Anderson  golfer with a score under  80  Tyler Harrod fired an 82  while Darrin Laswell shot  an 86 and Jackson Taylor  came home with an 87    I think as a team we  played well  we just didnt  have the outcome we had  hoped for    The boys played hard  and gave it their best on  every shot  Anderson    coach T J  Spivey said    The tournament was  played in windy condi  tions and the course was  a bit slower than normal  because of the weekends  rain    It was a very windy day   but the sun was shining  which made it much bet  ter  Conditions were fair for  everyone  Spivey said    Robinson will return to  lead the Bearcats in 2012  with Spivey optimistic  about what Robinson can  do for the team    This is his first year  playing in the region so it  was a good introduction  to what he is capable of  doing  After seeing how we  played this year as a team   it makes me very excited  to see what we can do next  year  Spivey said      stop       and order your  subscription to  The Anderson News  today     Anderson County Recreation   BASKETBALL SIGNUPS     AGES    3rd   4th  graders  BOYS  5th    6th graders  GIRLS  3rd 5th  graders    FEE     60   s 50 for an  additional  family  member    Call 839 6498  for more info     GOVERNMENT FORECLOSURE SALE   THURSDAY  N0VEMEBER 17  2011 AT 10 00 A M    AT 112 POPLAR STREET  LAWRENCEBURG  KY 40342 OF HOUSE AND LOT  112 POPLAR STREET  LAWRENCEBURG  KY 40342     This is a nice three bedroom home on city water and city sewer  It is well located in a quiet neighborhood  It consists of a living  room  kitchen  three bedrooms  and one bath  This property is considered suitable for the Rural Development  Housing Pro  gram  This would be an excellent buy for an investor interested in rental property or for resale after minor repairs    An open house will be held on November 9  2011 from 10 00 am  11 00 am    The minimum acceptable bid for this property is  46 740 00    Payment of the current years property taxes are the responsibility of the purchaser    Clear title to this property is not warranted  The U S  Marshals Deed is not a general warranty deed  Buyers are advised to  have the propertys title examined  Written notification regarding encumbrances on the property must be made to the Lexington  Rural Development Office within 30 days                                                                          LEGAL NOTICE   Notice is hereby given that on November 17 2011  at 10 00 AM  at 112 Poplar Street  Nicholasville  Kentucky  in order to raise  the sum of  99 984 66 principal  together with interest thereon at the contract rate in the amount of  8 267 23 as of April 18   2010  plus the interest credit subsidy granted in the amount of  3 943 86  with late fees of  92 22  and with fees assessed of   1 579 07  for a total unpaid balance due of  113 867 04  and interest thereafter on the principal at the rate of  16 830 per day  from April 18  2010  until the date of Judgment  plus interest on the Judgment amount  principal plus interest to the date of  Judgment  at the rate of 0 26   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  3 10 cv 00044 DRC on the Frankfort Docket of the United  States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky  entered on October 5 2010  in the case of United States of America vs   Linda Wagner  the following described property will be sold to the highest and best bidder    The same being Lot Number 93  of Greenwood Subdivision  Section 2  as shown upon a plat of said Subdivision  which has  been lodged for record in Plat Cabinet A  Slide  63  in the Office of the Clerk of the Anderson County Court  subject to all  Easements of record  and further subject to Restrictions applying to Greenwood Subdivision  Section 2  which have been  lodged for record in Deed Book 99  Page 195  records of said Clerks Office  which Restrictions are made a part of this Deed of  Conveyance  by reference  the same as if fully set out herein Being the same property conveyed to Linda Wagner from David  T  Likes and Shelia J  Likes  married  by deed dated November 1 2004  and recorded in Deed Book 214  Page 686  in the  Office of the Anderson County Clerk    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 the sale with good and sufficient bond for the balance  bearing interest at the rate of 0 26  per annum until paid  due  and payable in 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 a 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 in 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 Clerks Office   Inquiries should be directed to  John Johnson  Area Director    RURAL DEVELOPMENT AREA OFFICE  Lexington  Kentucky  Telephone  859 233 0194 Ext  4         Check us  out online    www The   V Anderson  News com    HOWARD LAW GROUP  PLLC   227 West Main St   Suite  4  Next to Magees Bakery    P O  Box 562  Frankfort  KY 40602   502   352 4950   www frankfortlaw com   Chapter 7 Bankruptcy   Business Law   Family Law  Administrative Law   Wills   Estates   Real Estate Titles   This is an advertisement     Students   Of th Wl    Sponsored by Bluegrass Community   Technical College   Bluegrass Community and Technical College is proud to recognize and congratulate  Anderson Countys students of the week    BCTC is Transforming Lives in the Bluegrass  One 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Last movie I saw  Toy Story 3   Person in history Id most like to meet  George  Washington   Future plans  When I grow up  I want to open up the  old Lawrenceburg Hotel    Principals comments  I am very excited to have  Maggie Abner as our Student of the Week  Maggie  is a 100 percent student  Not only does she get a  lot of 100s  she also gives her teacher and her  classmates 100 percent effort  She is always one  of the first students to try to help others  Saffell is  very fortunate to have her as a shining star                  B6   Wednesday  October 5 2011   The Anderson News    BURGOO FESTIVAL    Lions sponsor 5K Run Walk for Sight during Burgoo Festival     Photo furnished    Winners in the Lions Club Run Walk for Sight were  front row  from left  Nikki Smith and Carol  Cummins  Back row  Aaron Hume  Ryan Smith and Bryan Cummins     From staff reports   The Lawrenceburg  Lions Club hosted a 5K  Run Walk for Sight on  Oct  1 during the Burgoo  Festival to raise money  to buy eyeglasses for the  underprivileged people  in Anderson County   The 5 kilometer  3 1  mile  course began at  the Lions Club Pavilion  in Anderson County  Community Park and  proceeded down the  road out of the park  past  Anderson County Middle  School    After crossing High  way 44  the runners  continued up Saffell  Street until turning right  onto Luce Street  bear  ing left onto Bond Street  and then another left  onto Ripy Street bring  ing them back to Saffell  Street  back accross High  way 44 and into Commu    nity Park    Once in the park   the course turned right  onto the walking track  which goes around the  whole park  After going  three fourths of the way  around the track  the  runners turned left onto  the County Park Road  and up to the four way  intersection  then turned  left toward the finish  line at the Lions Club  Pavillion where they  began    The fastest runner  in the event was Aaron  Hume  of Lawrenceburg   who ran the course in  20 32  Second was Ryan  Smith  also of Lawrence  burg  with a time of  20 37    Third was Bryan  Cummins of Lawrence  burg in 20 56    The winners in the  female division were    Nikki Smith of Yucaipa   Cal   taking first in 24 12   Arwa Elmaraghi of Lex  ington second in 26 23   and Carol Cummins  of  Lawrenceburg  third in  26 36    The male winners  in their respective age  categories were  Under  14 Dylan Hume  49 35   Ages 14 18 Dalton Scales   Conklin  26 26  Ages 19   24   Tyler Smith  27 01   Ages 25 29   Aaron  Hume  20 32  Ages 30 34     Matt Harrison  23 28   Ages 35 39  Ryan Smith   20 37  Agest 40 44   Todd  Moudy  28 17  Ages 45 49     Ron White  27 31  Ages  50 54   Harper Smith   22 16  Ages 55 59 Gary  Gaines  25 20  and 60 and   over   Ambrose Wilson   30 14    The female winners  in their respective age  categories were  Under     14   Kay lee Scales Conk   lin  34 39  Agest 14 18    Bethany Hill  52 39   Ages 25 29   Arwa Ema   raghi  26 23  Ages 30 34      Jamie White  27 09   Ages 35 39   Nikki Smith   24 12  Ages 40 44   Con  nie Hill  52 39  Ages 45 49     Debbie Drury  44 06     Ages 50 54   Carol Cum  mins  26 36  Ages 55 59    Rozella Ritchey  59 43   and 60 and over   Hazel  Peach  60 27      Winners in the 6  and 7 year old division were  from left  Bradley Hardin  Alexander Hardin  Winners in the 8  and 9 year old division were  from left  Devon McGaughey  Brandon Lewis     Mahlin Rogers and Kaleb Palmer     Danielle Risario  Nicholas Hardin and Nicole Eaton      Winners in the 10  Jackie Armstrong     to 12 year old division were  from left  Ben Brothers  Clay Karsner amd    Lions Club crowns The Fastest Kids    In Anderson County during Burgoo    From staff reports   The Fastest Kid in Anderson  County race was run down the middle  of Main Street in Lawrenceburg dur  ing the Burgoo Festival on Saturday   according to a news release    The Lawrenceburg Lions Club  hosted the event and awarded trophies  were awarded to the fastest two run  ners in each age 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supervisory experience  good  management and communication skills  and  good computer skills with a proficiency in  Microsoft Word and Excel  The ideal candidate  will have initiative to develop plans to control  and maintain safety  quality  cost  and  efficiency targets for their assigned area    Second Shift Production Supervisor   Harrodsburq  KY    Responsible for all operations of Second Shift  for Production Floor  Qualified candidates  should possess 3 5 years of proven  manufacturing supervisory experience with the  ability to oversee plant operations  independently  Good management and  communication skills  and good computer skills  with a proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel   The ideal candidate will have initiative to  develop plans to control and maintain safety   quality  cost  and efficiency targets for their  assigned shift    Toyota Boshoku America offers an excellent  compensation benefits package effective the  first day of employment  If you are interested  in 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in Walnut   Oak  Ash   Cherry  In business since 1983   Call Robert 270 528 1537    WOOD AUCTION  CENTER LLC     AUCTIONS FRIDAYS   5 30 P M    TERMS  CASH or CHECK  RICKY WOOD AUCTIONEER  502 633 9597  auctionzip com    13653    LOGGING SERVICE   Will log your timber on  shares for highest prices   References available   Satisfaction guaranteed    270 537 1921    SPECIAL ALL BREED HORSE SALE    SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 2011   Tack at 10 Horses at 1     Held at    Tri County Livestock  1785 Lake Jericho Road  Smithfield  KY   Horses are accepted day of sale     I Will include several colored horses   These colts are coming from the C    Commission  Registered   Grade Horses    25 00 5   i All Horses MUST have valid coggins test within one year  or be tested day of sale      FOR MORE INFORMATION  Larry Congleton  502  558 2392  Willie Rudd  859  743 6787   Auctioneer Joe Penn  9865    Transcription Position   Part time   27 hours per week    High school education GED required  Typing   Computer knowledge skills required  Two  years of experience in a Health Information  Transcription section of a hospital preferred   Successful completion of a medical  terminology course required     Applications are available at the Human  Resource Office or email resume to     a  11 ft i it im i in    Carroll County Memorial Hospital  30911th street  Carrollton  KY 41008  Equal Opportunity Employer    FARM AUCTION    SPARTA  KY   OCTOBER 8th  2011  10 00 a m    REAL ESTATE   FARM EQUIPMENT    DIRECTIONS  From 1 71 take Exit 55 then North on 1039 go 1  mile turn right on Speedway Blvd  then immediate left on  Highway 1130 go 2 miles to sale farm is on left  From Warsaw  take Hwy  35 South 2 1 2 miles turn right on 1130 Craigs Creek  Road go 2 1 2 miles to sale  Address 204B Craigs Creek Road  Hwy  1130     Hwy  1130       WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS      REAL ESTATE  Nature Lovers Paradise  1 mile from Kentucky  Speedway     Tract 1  Beautiful 5 bedroom cedar home situated on 60 acres  with 4 bathrooms  large great room  full basement with gun vault   dining room  additional 60x80 barn with 1500 sq  ft  guest house   40x6u barn  pond and a NSSA approved skeet range     Tract 2  85 acres more or less farm and woodlands  Great  hunting  fishing  4 wheeling and nature land with small cabin by  lake side     Tract 1   Tract 2 offered together   Terms of Real Estate  10  down day of sale  Balance upon  closing within 45 days  Seller reserves the last right of  refusal on real estate tracts  Real estate offered promptly at  10 00 a m    HOUSEHOLD   COLLECTIBLES  Oak large roll top desk   dining room table   chairs  patio table   4 chairs  swing canopy   Coca Cola bench  Maytag washer  Estate dryer  Oak dining  table   chairs  5 end tables  large desk  Estate refrigerator   Roper electric stove  kerosene heater  electric meat slicer  2  couches  pots   pans  several pcs  Fenton glassware  3 butter  molds  lot stone jars   jugs  flat irons  Griswold waffle iron  iron  skillets  wall crank telephone  5 gal  stone churn  5 gal  UHL jug   school desks    SPORTING GOODS  3 burner cook stove  3 warn winches for 4   wheeler  portable gas heaters  smoker  2 Winchester skeet  machines adjustable laser  15 cases target  set 4 wheeler   S s  6 barrel dog boxes  auto  dog waterers  several heated  3ts  lot ammo all sizes  pocket knives  hunting knives  bore  sighter  Case stag Kodiak hunter  gun cases  lot fishing rods   deep fivers   cookers  dog kennels    TOOLs  Honda generator  Craftsman sockets   wrenches  6 1 2  hp  60 gal  air compressor  large vise  14 chop saw  set torches   steel work benches  Hobart wire feed mig welder  twin halogen  lite  drill press  Dewalt grinder  Dewalt IT mitre saw  36   48  Rigid pipe wrenches  lot power tools  sawzall  Bosch hammer  drill  3 salamander heaters  lazer transit  back pack spray  4  6  8    10 ft  step ladders  20   24 extension ladders  100 gal  SS  fuel tank electric pump   meter  50 gal  SS fuel tank hanapump   EQUIPMENT   VEHICLES  Bombardier CanAm Outlander 650  4x4 1998 Case 580 Super L 4 wheel drive backhoe closed cab   5600 hrs    8 ft  trench box  International 3 bottom plow  boom  pole  M W disc mower  electric cement mixer  Craftsman rear  tine tiller  8 ft  disc  Easyflow fertilize spreader  tractor mount  post hole digger  7 farm gates  new Ideal hayrake  1985 Toyota  flatbed truck 38x12 5 Bogger tires  1987 Jeep V8 Bogger tires   converted to fuel injection  2 speed auto  trans  new roll cage   new seats  9500  warn winch  beadlok rims  electric fan   electronic ignition  disc brakes  hydraulic steering   lockers in  rear end     AUCTIONEERS NOTE  Sale held rain or shine  All  announcements made day of sale take precedence over any  previous advertisement  2 auction rings possible part of   LuficH AVAILABLE   TERMS  CASH OR GOOD CHECK NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR  ACCIDENTS   SELLER  BILL ECKLER SPARTA  KY    SEEAUCTIONZIP COM FOR LISTING AND PICTURES  MAINES AUCTION SERVICE REAL ESTATE OFFERED BY   DARRELL MAINES  AUCTIONEER RIGHT HOUSE REALTY SUE  RICHERSON AGf    202 WASHINGTON STREET 73 CAVALIER BLVD  STE  128  WARSAW  KY  FLORENCE  KY    859 567 4611 859 647 2716    GREENWOOD ESTATE    Elite Estate Auction      Antiques  Collectibles  Indian Relic  Autos  Jewelry  Gold  Diamonds  Pocket  Watches  170    Guns  KKK  Nazi  Coins  Victrola Collection  VintageToys  Vintage  Slot Machine  Celebrity Autographs  Rare Stoneware  Sports Memorabilia  On    On   Much More   2010 Camaro SS  2008 27ft Monterey Boat   A Top Auction Of The Year      Saturday  Oct  8 th  10 00 A M    Location  6672 South State Rd  62  Lexington  Indiana 47138   Chelsea Area  10 Min  to Madison  IN and 30 Min  to Louisville  KY    NOTE  Please Check AuctionZip com For Complete Listing   100 s Of Pictures   There Are Simply Too Many Items To Sell In One Day  Watch For A Session II      Brent Taylor  auctioneer AU10800058  Mike Taylor  auctioneer AU19800057  812 866 3264  812 292 4368   BRENT TAYLOR AUCTIONS    THE AUCTION BARN   891 Ballardsville Rd   Eminence KY     Thursday   Corner oak entertai    Oct 6 th 5 30 PM    AUCTION    Friday  October 7  6 30 p m    Location  Sale held at News Auction  Take 1 71 to Exit 44  to Hwy   227  3 miles north to city limits of Carrollton  KY    I have been authorized to sell the following   HOUSEHOLD   ANTIQUES  Dinette table 6 chairs  hutch  wall  curio  oak curio  6 couch  salt crocks  1 2 gal  crock  Hagger crock   old cutlery  rolling pin  4 oak chairs  coat rack  wall tob box  footstool   pictures frames  magazine stand  lamp table  book stand  approx  5  chalk dogs  horse etc   3 pc  B R suite  lamps  sm  jewelry chest   horse rocker  card table chairs  2 pc  UR suite  swivel chair  lift chair   3 pc  ooffee end tables  3 pc  bookcase B R suite  Kimball elec   organ  Swinger 1000 nice  odd chest drawers  color TV remote  iron  pad holders  double door top bottom refrigerator  Electrolux  sweeper  wall mirrors  min  lamps  GLASSWARE  Set of china  cru  ets  pressed glass bowls  china pitcher  owls  stone creamers   Carnival dish  basket  relish trays  Carnival pitcher 6 glasses  egg  platter  tea glasses  English Church plate  interior decoration  quilt   ref  dish   items too numerous to mention    SELLER  Irene Taylor  POA Audrey Taylor  Greens Bottom Rd    Carrollton  KY TERMS  Cash or check with valid ID  Concessions     NEWS AUCTION SERVICE   Auctioneer  Robert L  New732 5958  606 ParkAve   Carrollton  KY  E mail  rlnew iglou com  Website   www newsauctionservice comAuctionZip com ID 10106    ESTATE AUCTION   Simply Magnificent     Collectible Contents  Complete Liquidation   SATURDAY OCT  15 th 10 a m     Location  Bedford  Kentucky   The Famous National Registry Historic Peak House  and Country Gardens   Built in 1830 and Presently a Spectacular  Profitable Bed and  Breakfast  See AuctionZip com for 3 page listing of Real Estate and Pictures of Real Estate  and Antiques   ONE OF A KIND AUCTION      MIKE TAYLOR AUI9800057  BRENT TAYLOR AUI0800058  AUCTIONEERS 812 599 8194    Corner oak entertainment cabinet  Queen Ann coffee ta  ble  Cherry Hill drop leaf table  cream sofa  2 side chairs   animated horse  bar stools  Electrolux dish washer  cast  iron cook ware  sets of table   chairs  deli meat scale   book cases  Homer Laughlin Virginia Rose dishes  Mur  ray riding mower  wicker patio set  70S banana seat  bike guns  tons of collectibles  something for everyone   Much more  Estate Box Lots and Flats at 5 30     Visit  auctionzip com 9241 for a full list of items    Mike Shaw Auctioneer  2686   SS9  486  41 68     AUCTION SERVICES    CONSIGNMENT    AUCTION    Who  Capstone Produce Market   What  School Church Surplus Items Consignment   Auction   Buy or Sell   When  October 15th  2011 at 10 00am   Stay and join us at 1 00 for the Hay Straw Firewood   Auction    Where  Capstone Produce Market is located at 7432  Carrollton Road  Campbellsburg  KY 40011   at the  intersection of HWY  55 and HWY  421    www capstoneproilucemarket com  David Neville  Auctioneer   502 330 3027   david capstoneproducemarket com    AUCTION    DR  CHARLES E  CHATHAM JR  ESTATE  FRIDAY OCTOBER 14   SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 10 00 A M   FINE ANTIQUES AND FURNISHINGS  VEHICLES  COLLECTIBLES  JEWELRY  GOLD  STERLING    AUCTION LOCATION  Floral Hall at the Shelby County  Fairgrounds on Midland Trail in Shelbyville  Ky    Selling Dr  Charles Chatham s long time collection  of antique furniture and collectibles including  secretaries  bedroom suites  primitive cupboards   parlor sofas  china and display cabinets  Italian  dining tables and chairs  vintage jewelry  watches   gold coins and chains  sterling silver flatware  iron  banks  cuff link collection  memorabilia  several  vehicles  and many items far too numerous to  mention  Visit our website for additional pictures  and details    Both days will have a combination of furniture and  collectibles selling so be sure and attend both  days  Friday will have military memorabilia  banks   a mixture of furniture  vehicles including two box  trucks and automobiles  dolls  two piece secretary  with dovetailing  cherry chests and dressers  A    W Root Beer outdoor dining table and bench   beautiful antique dentist cabinet with dental tools   Saturday s highlights will include authentic vintage  jewelry  watches  gold chains and coins   collectible coins  over 200 pairs of cufflinks  quilts   bedroom suites  chests  and secretaries of  different types  ornate Italian dining room set with  black glass tops  china and curio cabinets  some  with ornate gold trim and much more    Both days will have lots of household items in huge  amounts as during the auction we will be running  two rings  so bring a friend    TERMS  10  Buyers Premium added to all bids  All  items to be paid in full day of the auction and  removed from the premises    NOTE  If you cannot attend these auctions in  person  live internet bidding will be offered  Go to  www proxibid com for internet bidding     Visit our web site at www hbarrysmith com for  additional information orAuctionZip com ID   1325    H  BARRY SMITH   REALTORS   AUCTIONEERS  LLC    tsj   tuLihyoilU  Klfi D3   502 633 2746 TOLL FREE 888 631 2746    A tradition for years    and years to come   NAfl Auctioneers  Barry Smith  CAI    ES Jimmy Willard  CAI  Shawn Willard   Auctioneer KY LICENSE  P02280     Sell Your    Stuff     Advertise in The  Kentuckiana  Classifieds    REAL ESTATE  AUCTION     3507 W Hwy 146  La Grange  KY   entucky    SATURDAY   OCT  8th    SERVICE      271 ACRES  7 TRACTS   TRIMBLE COUNTY  KY  SUNDAY OCTOBER 23 1 30 P M     LOCATION  Highway 421 in Trimble County  4 1 2  miles west of 1 71 towards Bedford    7 TRACTS FROM 28 TO 40 ACRES  BARNS   PONDS   ABUNDANT WILDLIFE  CITY WATER AVAILABLE  TRACT NO  1 40 acres with a pond  trees  and  cleared acreage    TRACT NO  2  42 3 acres that has a barn and  woods    TRACT NO  3  40 acres with a long ridge and also  woods    TRACT NO  4 40 acres with a mixture of cleared  land and trees    TRACT NO  5 40 mostly wooded acreage    TRACT NO  6 40 acres that is a variety of scenic  land    TRACT NO  7  28 7 acres with trees  clearings  and  a barn    PUBLIC INSPECTION SUNDAY OCTOBER 9   16 2 TO 4 P M   TERMS  10  Buyers Premium added to the winning  bid to determine the final sale price  10  deposit  day of the auction with balance due on or before  November 30  2011  Financing option  Additional  15  due at closing with the balance financed at  7   amortized over 20 years  with monthly  payments  and a balloon payment for the balance  due in three years    CONTACT  BARRY SMITH 502 682 0586    Visit our web site at www hbarrysmith com for  additional information orAuctionZip com ID   1325    H  BARRY SMITH   REALTORS   AUCTIONEERS  LLC    tsJ  kaibnollU  tcy H   502 633 2746 TOLL FREE 888 631 2746   A tradition for years   and years to come    NAA Auctioneers  Barry Smith  CAI   Jimmy Willard  CAI  Shawn Willard    HUGE AUCTION  ANTIQUES FURNITURE GLASS   WARE COINS TRUCK  1983  RUNAB0UT BOAT  1983    1983 Ford F 150  New Jasper Motor   1983 Run About Boat  In Board Out  Board   Oak Round Oak Table  Walnut Entertainment Center  Table And Chairs   Twin Beds  Full Size Beds  Dressers W Mirrors  Chest Of Drawers  Walnut And  Oak Lamp Tables  Oak Dresser W Wishbone Mirror And Claw Feet  Coffee And  End Tables  Occasional Chairs  Pictures  Prints  Electric Lamps  Oil Lamps  Cast  Iron Collectibles  Old Kitchen Items  Kitchen Flatware  Crocks  Crockery  Col  ored Glassware  Red Blue Green   Depression Glassware  CrysTal Glassware   China  Fiqurines  Serving Platters  Serving Bowls  Stemware  Ad Items  Skil  lets  Kitchen Items  Decorating Items  Coins  Essex ZOga  Pressed And Pat  terned Glassware  Box Lots And More  Building Full  Large collection of base  ball cards 5000 plus  Full fisting and Pictures on AuctionZip coin  11772    Tim Smith Auctioneer   Angelica Coker  502 310 9498  502 645 3633    Cash  Good Check MasterCard Visa Discover    DOWNSIZING AUCTION  PAUL   SUSAN SULLIVAN   SATURDAY  OCTOBER 8 2011  10 00 A M     KY LICENSE  P02280    Auction    Sunday  October 16 2011 2 p m  DST    A   A   A   b   b   b   b   b   A   b   b   b    fharles Ray   FOR SIGHS Casey Estat y e    3 tracts on Point Pleasant Rd  Hwy  3322  Pleasureville  Henry County     Directions  From Eminence  take Hwy  22 East to Intersection of Hwy 22 arid  Hwy 421  Go straight on Hwy 3322  Point  Pleasant Rd  to sale site  Watch for signs     Tract 1  50 acres more less hunting ground with old cabin   Accessed through 16 pass way then up creekto property   Tract II   5876 Point Pleasant Rd  1 acre more less with old  mobile home is of no value and has no title    Tract III 1 45 acres of Long Farm Divided that adjoins    b   b   b   b   A   b    OPEN HOUSE    ia   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A    Sunday  October 9 2 to 4 p m   Day of sale  2 hours prior to auction    b   A   b   A   b   b   b   b   b   b   b    Terms  Auction with reserve  10  buyer premium  added to the winning bid to determine finai sales  price  10   down day of sale  balance with deed on  or before November 16 2011  Year 2011 taxes to be  prorated  Sofd As Is Where Is  AH inspections to be  done prior to auction     Auctioneer Realtor Note  Auction will be held at  Track if  5876 Point Pleasant Rd  Pleasureville   Tract I and Tract ill will be offered for sale to  gether for a total of 51 45 more less acres  Cash  or check with proper ID  Not responsible for ac  cidents  Public administrator for the Estate is At  torney Doreen Goodwin     a   a   a   a   a   a     Homes   andjanns    b    b    218 S Main St PO Box 297  New Castle KY 40050  William R  Coomes Broker Owner   502 845 4400    A   a   a   a   a   la   a   La   La   La   La    A    A    AlHiteMtaStniaLLC      502   222   0096      1572 Old Jericho Rd  LaGrange  KY 40031   502  222 0096   Auctioneers Rickey Timberlake   Uc  W 01211 KY  LIC AU01046512 N   Apprentice Auctioneers  William R  Coomes   Chris Link  NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS   www auctionzip com17278    Take a minute to  browse you Local  Kentttcktana  Classifieds   yoti  may  discover  something  valu  able     Location  101 Plum Ridge Rd  Taylorsville  KY   Directions  From Louisville take Gene Snyder to Taylorsville Lake Rd  Hwy 155  go 8 miles to  Plum Ridge Rd on right Hwy 1169  From Shelbyville take Hwy 55 South to Hwy 155 turn left at  light go 1 2 miles to Plum Ridge Rd Hwy 1169   1939 PLYMOUTH 2 DOOR SEDAN  1 OF 6000 BUILT BY CHRYSLER W   RESERVE  1955 FORD F100 TRUCK W RESERVE  87 DODGE 3 4 TON HEAVY  DUTY TRUCK  10  BY 10  PORTABLE OUTSIDE BLDG W RESERVE  7 pc  Campbellsville Cherry Bedroom Suite  Cherry Quilt Rack  Cherry Gait Leg  Table  Roll Top Desk  Love Seat  China Cabinet  Old Kitchen Cabinet  Oak  Fireless Cooker  Ideal   Tea Chest  Smoke Stand  150 yrs old   Oriental Floor  Screen  Oak Fern Stand   Rope Leg Table  Hard Rock Maple Chest  Maple  Table   Chairs  Round Cherry Table  Cherry Cannon Ball Twin Bed  High Chair   1942   Metal Shelves  Patio Tables   Chairs  Sewing Machines  Singer  Treadle Featherweight New Surger   Spinet Piano  Mantle  Refrigerator   Frigidaire Upright Freezer  Sm Freezer  Emerson Wine Cooler  Child s Desk   Table   Chairs Hutch   Rockers  Vinegar Cruets  Crackle Glass  Brandy  Decanter   Glasses  Etched Stem Sherbets   Cordials  Ink Well Sugar    Creamers  Crystal Cake Stand  Geisha China Pcs  Hair Receiver  Nippon   Occupied Japan  Cobalt Blue  Salts  Ruby Red  Louisville Stoneware  Crock  Pitchers  Fenton Glass Animals  Salt   Pepper Shakers  Lamps  Table Floor    oil  Piano   Coors Lamp  Paul Sawyier Framed   Unframed Prints  Richard  Timm Prints  Linens  Lighted World Globe  Pocket Knives  Canes  Cabbage  Dolls  Old Fisher Price Toys  Star War Items   5 Crock Jug  Coffee Grinder   Metal Matchbox Holders  Die Cast Cars  COLLECTION OF DEPT 56  OVER 100  PCS   SOME RETIRED   Concrete Lawn Jockey  Barq s Root Beer Machine   works   Old Fishing Lures  Fishing Rods   Reels  Rolling Tool Cart  Rolling  Nuts   Bolts Rack  Bench Vise  craftsman Wire feed 110 Volt Welder   Drill  Press Table  Commercial Moving Dolly  Weed Eaters  Ramps  Shop Smith   Floor Jacks  Engine Hoist  rigid Compound Mitre Saw w Table  Skil Saws   Routers  Jigsaw  Air Tools  Wood Lathe  Electric Sanders  Shop Vac  Hand  Tools  Poulan Chain Saw  Mantis Tiller  CUB CADET 50  ZERO TURN MOWER   GUNS  US ARMS CO DOUBLE BARREL BLACK POWDER SHOTGUN  6 5 CAL  MILITARY RIFLE  REMINGTON SEMI AUTOMATICMODEL 550 122 S   L   MILITARY RIFLE  RMA 46 MILITARY RIFLE  BAYONETS  Box Lots   More    Box Lots   More   Vehicles Sell at Noon   Guns  Knives   Tools Sell After  Terms  Cash or Check w  Proper ID    NEWTON AUCTION SERVICE   Auctioneer Danny  Kac  Newton   Dennis Newton  502 747 5255 or 502 321 1343  NO BUYERS PREMIUM  Full Listinfl pn auctipnzi   cQm    Auction    Saturday  Octobers  201110 a m  DST    A    A    A   A    iNiffCH l B  Powell  for signs Estate   182 Coakley Lane  Smithfield  KY 40068    A   A    Tractor  Truck  Equipment   Household Items    Directions  From Smithfield take Hwy 1861  West  go approximately 7 tenths of a mile and  turn right on Hwy 153 North  Go 5 tenths of a  mile and turn right on Coakley Lane to sale site  on left  Watch for signs     A   A    A   A    A   A    A   A    A   A    A   A    A   A    A   A    A   A    A   A    A   A    Household  Oak glass table w  chairs  Lazy Boy  chairs  set of Readers Digest Books  portable fire  place  Hollywood bed  wicker whatnot shelf  wicker  chair  Necchi Sewing Machine  vacuum cleaner   Toshiba TV  record chest  oak entertainment center   round oak table w  4 chairs and matching china  cabinet  matching couch and chair  2 end tables  cof  fee table  2 matching blue flower lamps  4 pc early  American bdrm suite  1 cane bottom rocker  wicker  clothes hamper  lift chair  like new   Butler Time  picture with frame  kitchen utensils  assortment of  glassware  John Deere memorabilia  microwave  salt  and pepper shakers  Amber color crystal and dishes   Farm Equipment  950 JD tractor diesel w  loader   1997 Dodge Ram 1500 V8 magnum 5 2 liter engine  regular cab automatic w  long bed and toolbox un  der 100 000 miles  Cosmo 400 3 pth seeder fertil  izer spreader  Nl 3 pth fertilizer seeder spreader   Dump lawn mower trailer  rear hay fork  set of 2 Gain  plows  35 JD 7 mowing machine  57 NH Hay rake   6  3 pth disc  Sabre 19 horsepower 48 cut riding  mower  Hydrostatic 5 16 Ariens lawn mower  Mas  ter Mechanic tool box  drill press  floor jack  Hedge  trimmer  dolly  Bench Grinder  grease guns  assort  ment of tools  Sears 125 psi 4 horse electric air com  pressor w  hose  rototiller  ladder  skill saw  small  anvil vice combo  nuts and bolts  hand saws  rolls  of barbwire  come along  fishing equipment  martin  birdhouse  electric tank heater  rakes and shovels   and many other items too numerous to mention     A   A    Auctioneers Note  All items sold As is and must be paid  in full day of sale  Cash or check with proper ID  Lunch and  restrooms will be available  Not responsible for accidents   NO BUYER PREMIUM     A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A   A    ATiiherlalK Auctioi SenricelLC      502   222   0096      1572 Old Jericho Rd   LaGrange  KY 40031   502  2220090    JIvctlMHni RJctaoj TlmMiki   Uc  IP01211 K  LIC IMK1M6S1MN    Apprentice Auctioneer   William R  Rooms A Chris Link   NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS   www auctianzip com17278    Find the home of your dreams in   The Kentuckiana  Classifieds                                                                                            BIO   Wednesday  October 5 2011   The Anderson News    REAL ESTATE    PROPERTYTRANSFERS    The following property transfers were  recently recorded at the Anderson  County Courthouse    Gerald B  and Mamie M  Spear to  Gerald B  Spear and Mamie M  Spear  Trustees under Gerald B  Spear and  Mamie M  Spear Revocable Living  Trust UTD  real estate in Sycamore  Estates Subdivision  reconveyance    Sarah Hays and Nicholas Taylor Pickett  to Sarah Hays  real estate in Paddock  Loop  quit claim    Kentucky Housing Corporation  Dallas  Grant Click  Rosa Nee Click to Secre  tary of Veterans Affairs  real estate  on Butler Drive   81 434    Fifth Third Mortgage Company to Jen  nifer A  Vanderstelt  real estate on  Timber Creek Road   47 250 00    Thomas W  and Beth A  Bowell to  Bradley K  Kays and Kristi B  Kays   real estate in Honeysuckle Lane  Estates   235 000    Gary L  and Barbara Wash to Sherri F   Hahn  real estate on Ninevah Rd     175 000    William Dudley and Pattie J  Shryock  to James T  and Kristi Hammons   real estate on Anderson City Road    63 489    Jeffrey A  and Jeanne L  Hosp and  William Patrick  Trustee to Jeffrey A   and Jeanne L  Hosp  real estate in  Gardens Subdivision  reconveyance    Jeffery Duguay to Karen Jean McDow  ell  real estate in Squirrel Hill Subdi  vision  quit claim    Karen Jean and Kevin McDowell toT   Jeffrey Haynes  real estate in Squir  rel Hill Subdivision   9 000    Federal Home Loan Mortgage Co   to BAC Home Loans Servicing  real  estate on Hazel Dr   quit claim    BAC Home Loans Servicing LP to Jess  Thompson  real estate in Bob 0   Link Heights   52 000    Shawn and Misty Rutherford to Brian    Check us  out onlin    www The   Anderson   News com    M  Serafini  real estate on Baxter  Ridge Road   135 000    BAC Home Loans Servicing LP to  Bobby M  Hansel  real estate in  Twelve Oaks Subdivision   121 000    Barbara Horseman to Katie Marie  May  real estate on Hickory Road    99 900    Secretary of Housing and Urban  Development to Kip D  Halver  son  real estate on Oakwood Dr     47 500    Roger Dale and Sandra B  Roland  to Jeremy S  Gould and Deanna L   Barnes  real estate on Clearwater  Dr    190 000    Curtis E  Jones and Lilly M  Jones to  Beth A  Bowell  real estate on St   Andrews Ct    160 000    Mylinda J  Long to Kenneth J  Long   real estate on Fox Hollow Dr   recon  veyance    Sharon Haden to Sharon Haden and  Chasati McCowan  Trustees under  the Haden Living Trust  property on  Jenny Lillard Rd   reconveyance    Brian Wilson and Delores A  Wilson to  Letha Louise Hatton Jones and Ruth  Ann Evans  real esate in Honeysuck  le Estates Subdivision   186 000    Silver Leaf Properties LLC to EG Prop  erties Inc  real estate in Anderson  County   1    Lou Elane Rose to Ted and Mary Alice  Winn and Julie Eaton  real estate on  Melanie Ct    120 000    Bradley A  and Jeanie Caldwell to  Douglas R  and Donna Caldwell  real  estate onWoodlake Dr  gift    Steven W  and Lisa R  Heggie to Pat  rick A  and Melissa J  Pulcifer  real  estate in Anderson County   1    Lasalle Bank National Association   Nicole K  Adkins  Shawn K  Adkins   Palisades Collection LLC to Lasalle  Bank National Association  real  estate on Bluebird Ct    61 400     Community Trust Bank to Clarence E   and Gloria J  O Bryan  real estate on  Stonecrest Ct    290 000    Helmick Oil Co  LLC to Southern Petro  leum Inc  real estate on Harrodsburg  Rd    875 000    Sylvia Moffett Murphy and Tim Mur  phy to Sylvia Moffett Murphy Prop   real estate in Anderson Franklin Co    reconveyance    Central Properties   Enterprises LLC to  Myron and Wilda Bond  real estate  on Horn Dr    75 000    Pamela R  and Bernard Williams     Marcelineand Randall Henning   Kathy L  and Edward D  White Sr    Co executrices of the Estate of Eldon  Thomas Rucker  to Nicholas Linual  Crouch  real estate on Bardstown  Rd    80 250    Amanda M  Pitcock to James T  Pit   cock  real estate in Hunter Subdivi  sion   1    Monika Hole and Alan Tenniswood to  Chi and Karen Woodrich  real estate  in Anderson County   222 000    Jamie H  Roberts to Jaynel N  Roberts   real estate in Sycamore Estates       179 900   M 1135 Indian Trail    IMMACULATE  3BR  2 5BA home with beautiful real hardwood  floors on main level  Large kitchen  Oversized garage for that large  boat or truck  NEW ROOF  Call today for your showing       t T Patty Adams   859 351  1456     k  STQCKTQN  MORTGAGE   r l L CORPORATION    Renovation Loan    Kitchen Cabinets Painting Mew Appliance   Remodel Bath Siding Mew A C Fume   Mew Roof Gutters Update Electri   Mew Flooring Mew Windows Update Plumb   Mew Appliances Mew Doors Add Porch  De   You Love Your Home    Make it Perfect     Mew Appliances  Mew A C Furnace  Update Electric  Update Plumbing  Add Porch  Deck     J   j JL   Mew Purchase  or Re Financing     _   jY l      Now is the Time to Buy a Home for Christmas     Sun  Oct  9  2 4 p m    OPEN  HOUSES    1095 HAMMONDS CREEK ROAD   325 000   What a treat    257 HUNTER RIDGE DRIVE   121 500   Great basement    1011 KINGSWAY DRIVE   155 000   Dollhouse    1505 S  BYPASS 127   275 000   Bring us an offer     319 PLUM STREET   97 500   Great buy    1009 ALEXANDRIA DRIVE   174 500   All brick    1023 TERRI LANE   70 000   Congrats to owner  who just got married    133 WATERFILL AVENUE   40 000   Cozy bungalow     reconveyance    Citifinancial Inc  to Mark W  and  Rachel Ann Bruner  real estate in  Anderson County  reconveyance    Valerie Stratton to Mark G  Stratton   real estate in Fairlawn Subdivision   reconveyance    Anna Rogers  Brian and Penny  Wigglesworth  to Lindsay Drury  real  estate on Affirmed Ct    122 500    Lynn M  and Charles J  Griffin to  Kristyn K  Jackson  real estate on  Starhill Way   145 500     Secretary of Housing and Urban Dev   to Chris Minks  real estate in Ander  son County   72 480    Mark A  and Kristie C  Washington to  James and Tara M  Ward  real estate  in Nautical Chase   249 000    Johnny L  and Darlene D  Coulter to  Dallas F  and RaleneK  Kratzer II   real estate in Sycamore Estates Sub  division   244 900    Brian E  and Delores A  Wilson  to  Bryan and Darcie Scott  real estate  on Chris Dr    139 000       AUCTION    Richard L    Patricia K  Montgomery Living Trust  341 GRUNDY HOME RD   SPRINGFIELD  KY  SELLING 292 ACRES IN 12 PARCELS WITH A  COVERED BRIDGE ENTRANCE plus home on 8594  Bardstown Rd   Springfield  Ky    the Montgomery Chevrolet Black  Barn on Bardstown Rd  with 2 1 ACRES plus an extensive selection of  antique stone jars  antique horse drawn buggies  antique horse drawn  sleighs  Owensboro wagons w original paint and lettering  milk can  horse drawn cart  vendor horse drawn cart  JT Towsley cider press   2     3 dinner bells  1886   oxen yolk  small church pew   dazey churn   30 AND full line of farming equipment  r    NOTICE  Sell With Hale Realty   Auction  LLC  would advise  that all interested parties in this real estate have a  professional home inspection  termite inspection  lead base  paint inspection  radon gas test performed to guarantee the  condition of this property prior to auction date  Our office will  work with you and your inspectors to gain timely access    AUCTIONEERS NOTE  Richard and Patty Montgomery  through their Living Trusts have decided to reduce  their holdings in Washington County  Ky  They are  offering some of the finest farm property in  Washington Co  for sale  They are selling a very rare  collection of buggies  horse drawn equipment   sleighs etc  Visit our website for details  We would  like to invite you to join us OCT  15 at 10 A M  on the  Grundy Home Rd  Farm  This farm   property will  sell to the highest bidder regardless of price  The  farm will be sold in Multi Parcel fashion  Stop by our  office for corn lease income information on Tracts 3    4  5  6  7   12  Contact us for details    All announcements made day of sale will be final L      regardless of newspaper  magazine  t v   Stop by our office for corn  radio   website ads tease income information   TERMS   CONDITIONS   _on Tracts 3  4  5  6  7   12    TERMS   10  down the date map  ir   of sale with mar    balance on or before Nov  s 1   15 2011   1   POSSESSION   On delivery ol o      deed on or     X     before Nov  15  2011  B ardstown _ AUCTION  5 Springf   IMIS  To be prorated for  9 miles  Hwy  150  7 miles    Insurable    W   _ FOLLOW THE SIGNS    interest of property the day Call or stop by our office for plat information  of sale   COMMISSION   There   will be a 10  Buyers Premium added to all real estate and personalty sold     MULTI PARCEL   DESCRIPTION    ROUND  1   Pick and  choose by the acre    take any tract you like   ROUND  2  Each tract  will be sold  individually    ROUND  3   Any two or  more tracts can be  combined by raising  each tract a minimum of     500 each    NOTE   To bid on an  individual tract in Round     3 you must be the  successful bidder on  that tract in Round  2     Call our office fora  detailed explanation sheet   I    AUCTION     Springfie ld  fv  150   7 miles      9 miles  Hwy  150   7 miles     FOLLOW THE SIGNS    Call or stop by our office for plat information     Anderson Realty lawrenceburg   502 839 3782    SF   W MLS     REALTY   SELLHalC    SELL WITH HALE  REALTY   AUCTION  LLC    805 Bardstown Rd    Suite 3   Springfield  Ky      859   336   3967       LUU9f UUU U  l I STEPHEN D  HALE     859   336 8488 Real Estate Broker      Locking forlocal news    Fi omyn eiiocai crime repoi   to hiaflTscho dlflwtDall    Kentuckv MM   Classified    etwork    Create your own  classi ied ad    kentuckyclassified   network com    Newspapers  

Anderson news (The), 2011-10-05

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   Anderson County (The Bluegrass Region)