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Martin Luther King Day March

123rd Year - No. 23 Thursday January 17, 2013 20 Pages

January 21st • 12 Noon

Beginning At Garrard County Courthouse To First Baptist Church, S. Paulding St.


Garrard County Chamber Of Commerce & First Southern National Bank Announce

Drakes Creek Road Death Investigation Ruled Accidental




Tues., Jan. 23rd 6:30 PM

By Pattie Cox

FSNB Community Room Guthrie

Meet & Greet Format

Chili- Soup Sandwich Supper Sat., Jan. 19th • 4-8 pm Buckeye Fire Dept. Support Group A-7

Local Food Bank Open Thurs., Jan. 24th 1-3:30 Old Middle School A-7

Representative Jonathan Shell (Right), R-Lancaster (36th District) is sworn into office by Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice John Minton during the first day of the 2013 Legislative Session in Frankfort. Shell will represent Garrard and a portion of Madison County in the House of Representatives.

Jonathan Shell Sworn Into Office First Experiences As State Legislator By Ted Cox

Misty & Ryan Bivens Win American Farm Bureau Federation

Young Farmer & Rancher “Achievement Award” A-5

Lions Lose In

Double Overtime At Danville

State Representative Jonathan Shell was officially sworn into office on Tuesday, January 8th shortly before the start of the 2013 session of the Kentucky General Assembly. “I am humbled and appreciative to have this opportunity to represent the people of Garrard and Madison counties,” Shell said. “I am thankful to all who supported me in my quest to become state representative and I pledge to work on the issues needed to make our district a better place to live, work and worship.” The first week of legislative session has been a busy one for the freshman state representative as he acclimates himself with the political environment of Frankfort. “The way I have been describing it to people is that it is not fun but it is enjoyable,” Shell said. “I don’t suppose there is really anything fun about the business we have to take care of because it involves such important issues, but it is very enjoyable to talk to different people from around the state and build those relationships.” Shell said no major issues have come to a vote yet but that from what he gathers the atmosphere is less tension in the House than in previous years. “Right now it seems like a very good atmosphere and it promises to be an interesting experience,” he added. Shell has already been a co-sponsor on three bills introduced before the House in this year’s session so far. One of the bills supports a certificate of life from hospitals for parents who have suffered a miscarriage. Another bill supports banning abortions after a heartbeat can be detected. “I believe life begins at conception so this doesn’t go quite as far as I would like to see it go but it is a start,” Shell said. The third bill Shell has been able to attach his name

and support to during the first week of legislative session is an agriculture bill which allows farmers to donate vegetables and fruit with imperfections to local food banks in exchange for a tax credit from the state government. “This bill is an incentive not to waste and can really help with nutrition for underprivileged citizens living here in Kentucky,” Shell said. In his first week Shell was named Vice-Chairman of the House Local Government Committee in the Kentucky House of Representatives. Of the post Shell said, “It is essential that we in Frankfort work with our local officials on the issues and concerns they have. I’m pleased to have been selected as vice-chairman of the House Local Government Committee, and I look forward to getting to work this session.” House Republican Floor Leader Jeff Hoover, of Jamestown, called Shell’s selection as vice-chairman a testament to his abilities and leadership as a freshman legislator. “It also reinforces the confidence Jonathan’s constituents showed by selecting him as their state representative,” Hoover added. Shell was also named to the House Agriculture and Small Business, and Banking and Insurance committees. “My family has spent generations making a living from the land, and I hope to utilize that heritage toward helping my fellow farmers,” Shell added. “Agriculture plays an important role in the economy of Kentucky and I pledge to work on the issues that will place our farming economy among the world leaders in agriculture.” Shell is one of three House representatives under the (Continued on A - 6)

Mick Resigns As Economic Development Director To Work In New York - He and his wife will continue to live here “Maggie and I feel blessed to live in Kentucky and serve our beautiful community,” Nathan Mick said. “One of the largest benefits of my new job is remaining in Kentucky. Maggie and I have felt at home in Garrard County since moving here five years ago. Garrard County is a special place with rich history, culture, wonderful people and pristine beauty. We look forward to continuing to live here and we will continue to find ways to help make our community and Kentucky better.” Nathan & Maggie Mick

Garrard County businesses create hundreds of new jobs while lowering the Garrard County unemployment rate by five percent during a recession, recruited millions

of dollars in new economicdevelopment investments and helped secure millions of dollars in community grants. “It has been a high honor for me to work for Garrard

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DAV Disbands Donates Property To Veterans Memorial Fund By Ted Cox

After many years of service to the people of Garrard County, countless events and organized dinners, Lancaster’s Disabled American Veterans unit, Chapter 25, is disbanding and donating their property toward the construction of the Garrard County Veterans Memorial. On Monday night the Garrard County Fiscal Court accepted a measure that would approve the acceptance of the donation to the county fund for use toward the Veterans Memorial Project “The veterans of our community have really given (Continued on A - 6)


Nathan Mick resigned his position as Garrard County Economic Development Director on Monday night after announcing to members of the fiscal court in a closed session that he had accepted a position elsewhere. Mick, who has served as economic-development director since October 2007 when the position was first created, has been hired to serve as Vice President of a technology-based, international economic-development company focused on site selection which is located in New York. His last day serving as Garrard County Economic Development Director will be February 1. Mick was hired as the first economic-development director for Garrard County. During his tenure he successfully helped new and existing

The death of a man found deceased in his residence on Drakes Creek Road last Thursday evening has been ruled as accidental, Garrard County Coroner Daryl Hodge said on Friday afternoon. When family members hadn’t heard from Ormand VanWinkle, 64, who lived and worked on the farm owned by Heath Tuner, they called authorities. Kentucky State Police responded and found evidence that originally looked suspicious prompting them to open an investigation. VanWinkle was found lying across his upstairs bed with a serious head wound, one that looked as if it could

County and focus on economic and community development here for the last five years. There are many challenges yet to overcome in our community but we have worked hard and realized success through team leader-

New School Board Members Seek More Stringent Field Trip Request Policies By Ted Cox

ship,” Mick said. “It has been a privilege to serve our community and I will always do what I can to help Garrard County.” Garrard County Judge

Newly Elected members of the Garrard County School Board sought more information, such as a planned itinerary should be included in all field trip requests after Garrard County High School Vice-Principal and softball coach Scott Bolin made a field trip request for the softball team during January’s regular meeting of the school board earlier this month. Bolin requested permission from the board for the GCHS softball team to participate in a tournament in Clarksville, Tennessee from April 4 through April 7. “One of my concerns,

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ton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Brian Hensley, Freddie Profitt, Fred Profitt, Danny Coldiron, Michael Thompson and Tim Combs.


The funeral for Vicki Bolton was December 28, 2012 not 2010. We regret the error.

Louis McKee Ford

On January 8, 2013, the world lost one of its finest southern gentlemen. Louis Ford, loving husband and father, has whistled his way through Heaven’s Pearly Gates. Born in Lancaster, on December 26, 1928 to Patsy Kinnard and Elizah Evans Ford, he was the youngest brother of Jim and Bascom. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Geology from the University of Kentucky and was a member of SAE, proudly wearing his fraternity ring at all times. The Army welcomed Louis but he grew tired of parking jeeps so back to Kentucky he went to complete his Masters of Science in Geology and soon began working at Texaco. In 1957, Louis met Gayle Carleen Wolff and proposed after dating only three weeks. They were happily married within three months. After 55 years of marriage, these love birds still held hands and had an adoration for each other that most will never know. He was rapidly promoted at Texaco and transferred to a new city each time. He was outnumbered at home by this time, having three young girls to raise. A strong prompt by his wife was the catalyst that helped them plant roots in Oklahoma City. He began working at Walter Duncan where he was eventually promoted to Chief Geologist. He spent many years at Duncan and made lifelong friends there on the top floor at 100 Park Avenue. In the 1980’s, he opened his own company, Ford Exploration, in Edmond. He had logs, oil deals, and cigar ashes everywhere. It was his man cave and he worked daily until he and Mother moved to Burbank, CA in 2010. He was a true man’s man and highly competitive. He loved to fish and loved even more to pull in the BIGGEST trout or salmon. He was an avid hunter and steady (or lucky) enough to pop two turkeys with one shot (through the neck!). He loved playing tennis, working out at Pacer, harvesting pecans, Vanessie’s in Santa Fe, summers in Colorado, chili “re-lay-nos”, and ice cream. He loved to tap dance in the kitchen. He would pick on a banjo, ukulele, or piano, poorly and out of tune, but happily. He loved movies, particularly comedies, dogs, reading comics, jazz, and making money. He was co-founder of the OKC Geological Foundation, starting this mission with

$200. It now supports educational activities with a $1.1 million budget. As such, he was named a Legend of OKC by the Geological Society in November 2012. Besides his involvement with AAPG and SIPES, He was a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church and loved his Sunday school class and friendships there. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Gayle, his three daughters and sons-in-law, Melissa Ford and Jeff Hulett, of Encinitas, CA, Penny and David Adams of Sierra Madre, CA, and Wendy and Mike Mackey of Austin, TX. He will be missed by his grandchildren Skylar Mackey and Andrew Adams and wife Dianne as well as his great-grandchildren Emerson and Annabel Adams. He will be remembered by many, many other friends and relatives. Services will be held 1 pm Saturday, January 19, 2013 at Ramsey Funeral Home with visitation from 11am until time of the funeral. Pallbearers will be Jeff Hulett, David Adams, Mike Mackey and Andrew Adams. Burial will follow in Lancaster Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Oklahoma Geological Foundation at or the Alzheimer’s Association at www.alz. org .

Clara Jean Hensley

Clara Jean Combs Hensley or ( Na Na Jean) 81, of Nicholasville, died Tuesday January 8, 2013. She was the wife of Willis Hensley. She was born December 27, 1931 to the late Jason and Viola Combs Hensley. She was a homemaker and member of the Lexington United Baptist Church. Also surviving are three daughters, Theresa Coldiron (Danny), P a m e l a Wilkins and Debbie Profitt (Fred) all of Nicholasville; grandchilren, Melissa Thompson, Megan Profitt, Freddie Profitt, and Brian Hensley; five great-grandchildren; a brother Arnold Combs of Hazard; and sister Lovena Sea of Lexington. She was preceded in death by a son Willis Dean Hensley and a sister Barbara Begley. Funeral services were held at 11 am Friday, January 11, 2013 at the Spurlin Funeral Home with the Reverend Dan Gutenson officiating. Burial was in the Lexing-

Leonard Richardson

Leonard Center Richardson, 78, of Conns Lane passed away Monday, January 14, 2013 at his residence. Born May 5, 1934 in Richmond, he was a son of the late Harry & Ann Bowlin Richardson. After serving in the Army during the Korean Conflict, Leonard had served as a police officer in Lancaster and worked as a Ford dealership manager in West Palm Beach, FL.. He enjoyed spending his leisure time hunting and playing golf and was a member of Calvary Hill Baptist Church of Stanford. He was preceded in death by a brother Morris, and a sister, Alberta Gannon. He is survived by two daughters Angela Long and Saundra Arnold, both of Lancaster; four sons, Leonard Dale Richardson of Byrdstown, TN, Ken Wessell of Rochester Hills, MI, Cameron Richardson of Camp Shelby, MS and Christian Richardson of West Palm Beach, FL: a brother, Harry Richardson of Clewiston, FL; and four sisters, Catherine Sowder and Josephine Vance of Lancaster, Barbara Morris of Kuttawa and Shelby Silvers of Cambridge, CA. are six grandchildren, Brian and Adam Bolton, Chastity Scott, Dawn Gifford, Benjamin Chandler and Sheena Cooper; and five great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 12 noon Friday January 18, 2012 at Ramsey Funeral Home, officiated by Dr. Harold Best and Rev. Brad King with burial following in Richmond Cemetery. Military rites will be performed by the Caswell Saufley Post #18 of the American Legion. Pallbearers will be Chase Scott, David, Mark, and Scott Sowder, Glenn, Mickey and Kevin Vance. Honorary pallbearers will be Betty and Buddy Arnold, Roy Gibson, Harry Allen Morris and Joe Gannon.

Sarah Elizabeth Stevens

Sarah Sutton Stevens,96 of Lexington formerly of Lancaster passed away Thursday, December 27, 2012 at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington. She was the wid-

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Everyone invited to attend.

In Loving Memory

My Sweet Brandon January 17, 2009

It’s been four years since you left us. We struggle everyday to understand why. You were suppose to be the last eyes I looked into holding my hand when I leave this place not the other way around. You were our first born - my greatest love. You gave my life meaning, joy, love and laughter and sleepless nights when you was sick. You were my best friend. You gave us a future to dream of and plan for you and now the greatest pain and sorrow and sleepless nights. It’s been four long years of tears but we know you are in heaven. We love and miss you so much. Love, Mom and Dad

ow of Clyde Stevens. She was born in Paint Lick, June 6, 1916 to the late Steve and Mary Lawson Sutton. She was a former Manager for the C o w d e n Manufacturing Co. for over 30 and was a member of the First Church of God in Lexington. Surviving are three grandchildren, Kim Koger(Johnny) of Lexington, Rebecca Hinkson(John) of Paris and Jennifer Walters of Ohio; nine great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her daughter Ruby Katherine Stevens Stout. Funeral services were held at 1 pm, Monday December 31, 2012 at the Spurlin Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Russell Clemons, Brandon Clemons, Stephen Clemons, Tyler Craft, John Hinkson and Chris Davis.

Samuel T. Vanover

Samuel T. Vanover, 93, of Crab Orchard Road, passed away S a t u r d a y, January 12, 2013 at the Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. He was self sufficient and maintained his home until entering the hospital on January 2, 2013. He was born November 13, 1919 in Sawyer, Kentucky to the late James William and Nannie Worley Vanover. He was the widower of Geneva Vanover whom he was married to for sixty two years. Surviving is a daughter Norma Vanover of Lancaster. He also leaves behind a host of relatives and friends. He was a World War II veteran where he was deployed as a pharmacist aboard the Hospital Ship USS Relief. He attended Cumberland College, graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture and was a member of the Lancaster United Methodist Church. He taught Vo-Ag at the Stanford High School before he was employed by the US Government as the soil conservationist in Springfield, and Lancaster. He retired after over 30 Years of service. He was a master bee keeper for over 60 Years. He enjoyed gardening, loved fishing and traveling and was a professional photographer all his life. He had a great

Thank You From The


Family We take this opportunity to extend our sincere appreciation to our many friends and family members for the love and concern shown to us following the tragic death of our loved one, Vickie Bolton. To all who called, visited, sent food, flowers, said a prayer, offered words of encouragement or shared in our grief in any way we love and appreciate you. To Spurlin Funeral Home, the ministers, and all who helped with the visitation and funeral, we say thanks. A very special thank you to the “neighborhood children at the laundry mat” for the beautiful flowers - Vickie loved each of you. To any one who shared in our grief in anyway - thank you very much. Ricky, Kurtis & all the family of Vickie Bolton

love of people and never met a stranger. He had three deceased brothers, Herbert Vanover, Gilbert Vanover and Artman Vanover and two deceased sisters Bessie Towe and Maudie Taylor. Funeral services were held Wednesday January 16, 2013 at 1 pm at Spurlin Funeral Home with the Revs. Don Hatton and Howard Coop officiating. Burial was in the Camp Nelson National Cemetery at 2:30 with Military Honors. Pallbearers were Jim Towe, Carl Towe, Darrell Vanover, Donald Vanover, Keith Kidd, Kenneth Kidd, Dorwin Greer, and Owen Dale Taylor. Honorary pallbearers were his nieces.

Ormand Van Winkle

Ormand E. Van Winkle, 64, of Garrard County died Thursday, January 10, 2013, at his home. He was born March 16, 1948, in Stanford, the son of the late William Clinton and Carmen Rader Van Winkle. He was a farmer and retired construction worker. He is survived by one daughter, Glenna Gayle Daff (Jimmy), of Richmond; three brothers: Donald Van Winkle of Fruitland Park, FL, Charles Van Winkle (Judy) of Richmond, and Robert Van Winkle (Linda) of Berea; four sisters: Iona Million of Universal City, TX, Georgia Lunsford (Bert G.) of Berea, Betty Alexander (Earl) of Richmond and Carmen Marshall (Ricky) of Waco; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by one brother, William Curtis Van Winkle. Funeral services were conducted at 11 am, Tuesday, January 15, 2013, at the Combs, Parsons & Collins Funeral Home in Richmond with Bro. John McCord officiating. Burial was in the

Manse Cemetery, in Paint Lick. Pallbearers will be Stephen Lunsford, Evan McCord, Chan Combs, Heath Turner, Tom Curtis, Turner Curtis, Winford Starnes, and Brad Curtis.

Town Hall Meeting Next Tuesday The Garrard County Chamber of Commerce and First Southern National Bank announced that there will be a Town Hall Meeting with our State legislators on January 22, 2013 at the FSNB community room at 6:30 pm. This will be a chance for all citizens of Garrard County to meet our new State Representative, Jonathan Shell and to welcome back Senator Tom Buford and the Honorable Brett Guthrie, United States Congressman. It will be a meet and greet format, so everyone will get a chance to introduce themselves and meet with all three. A short question answer session on any legislative topics of concern will be held or any other concerns of the people will be addressed. The Chamber is excited to be able to bring these men together here during their legislative break and hope that all business members and citizens will be in attendance. For more information or questions, please contact the Chamber office at 859- 7922282.

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If The Shoe Fits She portrayed herself as a saint But that’s just in her own mind Cause when you find the truth A saint ain’t what you’ll find.

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and elected officials. We must all come together and support our great City and County. Just think what we could accomplish if we put all of this negative energy into positive energy, we might be able to get a “grocery store”………….how awesome would that be!!! Sincerely, Martha A. Kelly

Dear Editor: I am appalled yet again with a letter to the editor last week concerning Lonnie Napier (among other things). Lonnie Napier has dedicated his last 28 years to Garrard County and has worked tirelessly bringing state and federal money into our County while serving on the distinguished Appropriations and Revenue Committee. He has had to cross party lines and work with other elected officials to accomplish some of the projects he has secured for Garrard County. For the life of me, I CANNOT understand why so many citizens of Garrard County want to continuously put him down!!!! How did he get re-elected for 14 terms???? I am honored to call him a friend and think WE, the Citizens of Garrard County need to commend him for a job well done. That being said, we must now move forward and support our current State Representative Jonathan Shell. The people have spoken and it is now time we all come together to support a new generation. We are lucky to still have a Representative from Garrard County, so please let’s get behind him and show him support in being united for the good of Garrard County. I love Garrard County and am proud of the growth I have seen since moving back. I just do not like hearing all of the negativity and pettiness toward our leaders

If you make false promises Just to help yourself succeed That is not good business It’s just plain and simple greed

with other blood types may be encouraged to give double red cells, too. Donors must meet eligibility requirements for whole blood donation and have a sufficient hemoglobin level which is checked during the screening process. Sincerely, Kentucky Blood Center, Lancaster Woman’s Club, & First Southern National Bank

Money somehow rules the world As bad as it is to say No that’s not how it should be But that’s how it is today. People talk about how much they care And about how good they’ve been But they’re inside looking out Not on the outside looking in. They take the truth of the matter And turn it every which way

By Jimmy Naylor

But their actions will tell you There’s no truth in what they say. They’d try anything to get ahead Not really caring how they do And sure not having any feeling About being unfair to you. Well I guess having money Might give you the power effect But I’d rather have less And keep my fellow man’s respect. No I don’t have much now And probably won’t when I die But I got it with the truth And didn’t gain with a lie. One big feeling lady weaved a fairy tale So the judge would go her way Glad I won’t be in her shoes When it comes final judgement day.

Thanks To The Donors Dear Editor: Thanks to the donors of the first blood drawing of 2013: Joan Tussey, John Dixon, Roger H. Miller, Kelly Bolton, Linda Stewart, Cynthia Resor, Nancy Byrd, Kathy Gregory, Cabal Green Merritt, Jr., Russ Ford, Sarah-Ann Byrd, Sam Bottom, Susan Elam, Cindy Lanham, Billy V. Lanham, Wayne Hale, Tammy E. Eden, Ron Godsey, Dan Leavell, Mary Ann Preston, Roger Hume, James Keeney, and Patty Grow. Three of those donors gave “double red” which counts as two donations and saves up to 6 lives. During a double red cell donation only the most needed component - red blood cells - is collected, and the donor’s plasma is returned. Type O donors are needed for double red cell donations. About 38 percent of the population has type O+ blood, but O+ blood can be transfused to 85 percent of patients. Only 7 percent of the population has type O- blood, yet all patients can receive O- transfusions. Depending on inventory needs, donors

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Social EASY COME, EASY GO By Connie Coppings Do you remember promises you made a year ago? You know the ones I’m talking about----or do you? Perhaps these will jog your memory: “I’m giving up smoking. I plan to walk 2 miles each day. I’m going to be more disciplined.� And of course, the ever present, “I’m going to lose weight.� OK, so is the fog beginning to clear now. You may have a little guilt creep in at first.Don’t worry, it will begin to fade as those promises get quickly lost in the hubbub of your mind once again. How easily we forget! Did you ever think about why we make promises? We do it all the time, so there must be some meaning behind it. Maybe if we understood more about the dynamics of making---and keeping---promises, we’d have a better success rate of sticking to the ones we make. I think promises are often stated to impress/please others. If everyone around us goes on a diet, then that becomes our goal in order to be part of the group. Making a promise earns us positive feedback from others. We hear things like, “I’m so proud of you.� “You can do it.� “I’m here for you.� We don’t stop to think what we

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just said wasn’t what we really meant. Perhaps a more accurate statement would be, “I don’t know how I’ll accomplish this, or even if I’ll make much effort, it just sounded good at the moment.� We do enough to make it look like we’re on track with our promise, but only in the presence of others to seek their affirmation. Behind the scenes is a different story. Eventually our loyal supporters drop by the wayside, caught up in their lives, and we return to our old ways. Just having the words come out of our mouths, “I’m going to_____� does not mean results are forthcoming. So, how do we take a promise from mere words to actual fruition? It is my feeling that our first action should be to think something through before making it a verbal promise to ourselves or others. Promises are made every day, but it is commitments that change our world. What is a commitment? It is a promise with an action plan behind it. Before you say, “I’m going to lose weight� (funny how that one keeps coming up), look into eating plans, exercise options, time and finances necessary. When we have an

action plan in place, we are more likely to succeed. Another valuable asset is having someone, or a group, to keep you accountable. It needs to be someone you respect and who models the discipline you are seeking to achieve. Many commitments are achieved when surrounding yourself with people going the same way. The other asset I’d encourage you to have is a positive outlook. We often allow ourselves to jump to conclusions before we even begin the journey. Imagine running a race and people along the course shouting, “You’re behind. You’re going to slow. You’ll never make it.� Get the point. Instead of saying, “I know this is going to turn out bad� try, “I can’t wait to see what great things are going to happen.� Recently I saw a quote that went something like this, “A year from now you’ll be wishing you’d started today.� What do you want different in your life a year from now? Adopt this as your statement for the coming year, “I have a plan of action in place and I will accomplish_______.�

PLE Geographic Bee These students were finalists in the National Geographic Bee held at Paint Lick Elementary Tuesday. District Administrator Anita Begley was the moderator.

Row 1: Parker Walton, Ethan Baker/Runner-up, Ethan Swope/Champion, Mary Grace Walling, Ericka Hernandez; Row 2: Meggie Morrow, Tyler Farthing, Austin Dailey, Connor Hess

PLE Geographic Bee Champ

PLE Honor Roll Second Nine Weeks 4th Grade *Macy Abney, *Morgan Day, Drew Fain, Tyler Farthing, *Sierra Graves, Josh Horn, Vanessa Hume, MaKenzie Lainhart, Kenly Lane, *Jacie Means, Alex Miller, *Meggie Morrow, Kara Mosier, Sethaniel Ousley, Derrick Sexton, *Zachary Seybold, MaKayla Shelton, Parker Walton, Nate Watkins, *Lauren Woolums 5th Grade Noah Allen, Aaron Anderson, Ethan Baker, Gracy Belt, Rosie Belt, Lauren Browning, Braden Carmack, Trevor Creech, Austin Dailey, Trevor Holman, Logan Johnson, *Madeline Jordan, Michael Lear, Christopher Lee, Briallynn Moore, Ethan Preston, Carol Ramos-Rocha, Beau Schneider, *Peighton Sowder, Haley Sparks, *Noah Stanton, *Ethan Swope, Landon Young * - All A’s

Ethan Swope, National Geography Bee Champion at Paint Lick Elementary with Moderator Anita Begley.

POINTS EAST By Ike Adams I’m not absolutely sure what’s causing it, but I suspect that a substantial number of factors have combined to bring on global warming. But I am sure that it’s happening and that the potential impact on earth, as we know it, will, most likely, be devastating. I don’t pretend to be a scientist, but I know, for sure, that Kentucky winters are a lot warmer now than they were when I was a school boy in the fifties and early sixties. We simply didn’t have weeks of January weather with daily high temperatures approaching seventy degrees when I was growing up on Blair Branch. If the temperature got above forty in January, back then, it was considered a heat wave. At any rate, I can’t recall any January days when we didn’t need fires built at the school house. Starting in 5th grade and continuing through 8th grade, I was able to land fire building jobs with one teacher or another while I was enrolled at Blair Branch Grade School. The school had three rooms, three teachers, and, three big, pot-bellied, coalfired, heating stoves that had to be stoked and cleaned every day during cold weather. The teachers figured out which boys could get to school early, reliably build a fire, stay after school to take out ashes, carry in several buckets of coal and get ready for the next day without burning the building down. They also figured that one stove was enough responsibility for one boy, so three

Habitat News Garrard County Habitat for Humanity wants to extend its deepest sympathies to our treasurer, Kit Clary, for the loss of her father, Col. Clary. He was a man of great honor and served our country many years and accomplished so much in his lifetime. It is now the time of year to get all the paper work sorted out for the dreaded tax deadline. We are exempt from tax but still are required to fill out a lengthy form to answer many questions about what we don’t do with our income. If there is no profit, there is no problem, but there are many ways that organizations can and do hide behind their activities. As a very small affiliate with no paid staff and very few grant sources, most of the questions are not applicable. It does however make us account for the year’s income. It is interesting to see how much we have made from our only outside income source, our

of us landed these jobs. I doubt that anyone besides J.B. Blair and me ever built fires for four consecutive years because the jobs were usually held by 7th or 8th graders. Building fires and performing the chores associated with keeping the building comfortable during cold weather took about an hour each day and we fire builders were paid a dime a day for our labor. Each of us was entrusted with a key to open the padlocks to our respective rooms which meant that we had the building open at least an hour before any teachers showed up and we had to make sure that the building was empty when we locked up well after they’d gone home for the night. I usually showed up much earlier than that because Dad had a mining job that required him to leave home at 4:00 AM. If I got up early enough, I could ride out of the holler with Dad instead of having to walk a mile and a half before daylight. I might also catch a ride with Lawson Brown or Lovell Blair, in their loaded coal trucks, if I didn’t get up in time to ride with Dad. But usually I had to hoof it at least one day each week. I even had my own carbide light for those mornings when walking was the only alternative. On those extra-early mornings, I would simply build a fire and get it going, turn the lights back off, then curl up on the floor and go back to sleep for a couple of hours until one of the other fire builders started banging around loud enough to wake me when they showed up at 7:00. Many times I would be

so engrossed in a book, be it Zane Gray, Mark Twain, Robert Louis Stevenson, Daniel Defoe, James Fenimore Cooper, Herman Melville, etc., or the latest Hardy Boys mystery, that I didn’t need to go back to sleep. School was rarely canceled because of weather back in those days and high water, because of heavy rain or melting snow, was more apt to shut Blair Branch Down than a heavy snow. Every student at Blair Branch Grade school walked it. Even though we only had one teacher, during my tenure, who actually lived on the holler, most of the others lived close enough to walk if the roads were too bad to drive on. Still, I do remember rare days when we’d show up, get our fires built, wait around until late morning and still not one of the three teachers had showed up. Everybody would finally go back home except us fire builders because we had to wait around for our stoves to cool down enough to take the ashes out and get prepared for the next day. I also remember getting to the school house, getting a fire built and then learning from one of the neighbors that school had officially been canceled. The only way we had to get that notification was from WTCW, the Whitesburg radio station, and they didn’t sign on the air until 6:30 in the morning which was too late to get the word out to the fire builders. This meant, of course, that we had wasted a hundred pounds of coal and, if modern science is to be believed, needlessly contributed to global warming.

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Ryan and Misty Bivens of LaRue County (left) received the Young Farmer & Rancher Achievement Award at the American Farm Bureau Federationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 94th annual meeting, held in Nashville, TN. The award was presented by Bob Stallman, AFBF President (center right), and Mark Gilbert of General Motors (right).

50th Wedding Anniversary On Saturday, November 24, 2012, Harold and Barbara Dunn celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at Forks of Dix River Baptist Church surrounded by family and friends. They were married November 23, 1962 in Versailles by Pastor Amburgey .The couple renewed their vows in a ceremony performed by Jerry Browning, friend and pastor of the church. Harold and Barbara have three children, Patti Dunn Williams residing in Richmond, Virginia, Cheryl Dunn McCoy (Barry) residing in Mt. Sterling and Paul Dunn (Lorie), residing in Lancaster.Grandchildren are Lauren, Amber, Kara, Sydney, Ethan, and Hunter. Photo by LaDonna Anderson Waiganjo

KPREP Testing These students were given medals based on their KPREP scores from last spring. All students that scored a Proficient or Distinguished in at least one area were awarded. Throughout the remainder of the school year medal days will be announced and students that wear their medal to school that day will be given a reward. Congratulations to all students on a job well done! We will publish two or three groups a week until completed.

Wins American Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmer & Rancherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Achievement Award Nashville, TN (January 15, 2013) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Misty Bivens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Miller of Garrard County, and her husband Ryan bested young farm families from around the country at the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) annual meeting to take home the Young Farmer & Rancher â&#x20AC;&#x153;Achievement Award.â&#x20AC;? This award recognizes young farmers and ranchers who have excelled in their farming or ranching operations and exhibited superior leadership abilities. Participants are evaluated on a combination of their agricultural operationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s growth and financial progress, Farm Bu-

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Lancaster Martin Luther King Jr. March Set For Monday At Noon By Ted Cox

The annual Peace Walk and Commemorative Service for the remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are set to take place on Monday afternoon, continuing a tradition that has seen a march through Lancaster in early January for the past 26 years. The march will begin at 12 p.m. on Monday with many Garrard County residents gathering at the courthouse as the march is made to the First Baptist Church for a short ceremony.

“The march will be lead by the children of the community. The young people will not only be leading the march this year, as they do every year, they are also really in charge of it this year,” Terri Davis, who has helped to organize the event for many of its past incarnations, said. “We plan a song and prayer at the courthouse and a short program at the church.” More than 50 people participated in last year’s march. At the White House Rose Garden on November 2, 1983, Presi-

dent Ronald Reagan signed a bill creating a federal holiday to honor King. Observed for the first time on January 20, 1986, it is called Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Following President George H. W. Bush’s 1992 proclamation, the holiday is observed on the third Monday of January each year, near the time of King’s birthday. On January 17, 2000, for the first time, Martin Luther King Jr. Day was officially observed in all fifty U.S. states. Arizona (1992), New Hampshire (1999) and Utah (2000) were the last three states

to recognize the holiday. The first observed in 1986, coincides with the first march in Lancaster. In addition to the march, the group of organizers is putting together an event scheduled for late February (no official date has yet been set) to celebrate Black History Month and hopefully draw interest from the community. More information on the February event to celebrate Black History Month will be included as it becomes available.

Representative Ryan Quarles (Left), R-Georgetown (62nd District) and Representative Jonathan Shell, R-Lancaster (36th District) listen to a presentation on the floor of the Kentucky House of Representatives on Friday, January 11. Quarles and Shell are two of three House Representatives under the age of 30, all Republicans, and two of eight House legislators under the age of 40. Seven of the eight under 40 members are Republicans. (Photos: LRC Public Information/Kentucky House Republican Caucus)

Shell’s First Days In Office (From Front) age of 30, and one of eight House legislators under the age of 40. Seven of the eight under-40 members are Republicans. The Kentucky legislature convenes in regular session on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January for 60 days in even-numbered years and for 30 days in odd-numbered years. It convenes in special sessions at the call of the governor. The Kentucky Constitution mandates that a regular session be completed no later than April 15 in even-numbered years and March 30 in oddnumbered years. There will be a Town Hall Meeting with our state legislators, sponsored by the Garrard Chamber, on January 22, at the First Southern National Bank community

room on Lancaster’s Public Square at 6:30 p.m. This will be a chance for all citizens of Garrard County to meet their new state representative, Jonathan Shell and to welcome back Senator Tom Buford and the Honorable Brett Guthrie, United States congressman. This will be a meet and greet format, so everyone will get a chance to introduce themselves and meet with all three. Shell, who is a lifelong resident and farmer in Garrard County, is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University. He and his wife, Brooke, are expecting their first child later this year. He can be reached in Frankfort at (502) 564-8100, extension 649, or by email at

DUI By Pattie Cox

A 43-year-old Lancaster man, Cesar, Reyes, 103 A Totten Avenue, was arrested late Saturday night when a safety checkpoint conducted by local agencies found the man to be highly intoxicated. Reyes approached the checkpoint on Richmond Street from the east and due to his alleged condition he was unable to negotiate a proper stop, nearly striking Lancaster Police Officer Ryan Hughes, according to the report. Reyes told Hughes that he did not have a driver’s

license when he was asked to produce one. Hughes said he could smell a strong odor of alcoholic beverage during the conversation. Field sobriety tests were performed on site along with a breath test that showed Reyes alcohol content was .193 percent. Reyes has been charged with having no operator’s license, no insurance, possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in the vehicle, reckless driving and DUI. He was released the next day on his own recognizance.

Members of the Garrard Fiscal Court look over construction plans for the Veterans Memorial Project which will honor Garrard County veterans. The Lancaster DAV, Chapter 25, has donated the funds from the sale of their property on Veterans Alley to the construction of the Memorial upon their disbandment.

Veterans Memorial Project (From Front)

brance of the veterans who fought for the freedom of the nation and for their home in Garrard County. Jeff Adams took up the task of seeking support in the planning and funding of a veterans wall monument that would stand in support of those brave men and women from Garrard County who have served their fellow citizens. Now the funds collected from the auction of DAV property at 105 Veterans St will be used to help construct the monument which is planned to be located at the corner of Maple Avenue and Lexington Street near the Grand Theater. “We have been raising money and have a separate, segregated bank account to collect funds toward that

project,” Wilson said. “Garland VanHook is doing some great design work toward the project and County Clerk Kevin Montgomery has donated his services as an auctioneer to auction off the property on Veterans Street for free. All of those proceeds will go right toward this project and we’re very excited about that.” The DAV property on Veterans Alley will be auctioned in April. “The county merely acts as a legal conduit for these funds which are in their own account,” Wilson added. “The account is made up of donations, which are completely tax deductible by the way, and no county funds are used toward the project.” Since its founding more than 80 years ago, the DAV

has been dedicated to a single purpose, building better lives for America’s disabled veterans and their families. That mission has required DAV to respond creatively and flexibly to changing and sometimes unpredictable challenges faced by its constituency. Whether disabled veterans have needed a voice on Capitol Hill, a nationwide service program, a transportation network or unique rehabilitation opportunities, DAV has focused its attention and resources to meet those needs. With national headquarters in Cincinnati and legislative headquarters in Washington D.C. and the Department of Kentucky headquarters in Shepherdsville, the DAV focuses strictly on serving veterans and their families.

Field Trip Requests Kirby Overman said. Larry Woods added that he agreed an itinerary was a must for all field trip requests. “We are liable for that team to go out of state,” Woods said. “The itinerary is very important in order for

us to approve this. We have to know what they’re doing at all times to make sure it is an educational/athletic field trip. I’m not opposed but it makes me feel better if it is totally planned out and presented that way.” Overman suggested an itinerary be presented at the January work session scheduled for January 23.

“I think we should be setting a precedent here for this type of event from here on out,” Overman said. “I would like to see this not just for athletics but for all extracurricular activities of this nature.” The decision to approve the the field trip request was tabled until the January work session.

eyebrows. The body was removed and taken to Frankfort for an autopsy while KSP investigators continued to scour the home for any leads and take more pictures. Medical examiners were able to determine that the head wound had not been caused by a bullet but instead by a fall down the steps. The

autopsy along with photos of the scene indicated that VanWinkle had fallen down the stairs, taken off his shirt to wrap the large gash in his head, gone to the refrigerator possibly to get ice and then back up the stairs to the bathroom and eventually across the bed where he was found two days after the last con-

tact with family members. The official cause of death is blunt-force trauma to the head that caused a subdural hematoma, better known as bleeding on the brain, which causes compression and serious brain injury or even death, as in Mr VanWinkle’s case.

their blood, sweat and tears to build that building and buy that property,” Judge Executive John Wilson said. “Now, with numbers in decline, they wanted to make certain that anything they had sacrificed for Garrard County veterans stayed in this community and continued to be something the public could benefit from.” In October of 2010 the Garrard County Fiscal Court approved a measure that would open an account for the purpose of collecting donations toward a veteran’s memorial to be constructed in Garrard County. Some citizens, inspired by the monuments in other locations throughout the region, would like to see a more permanent structure in remem-

(From Front) based on my experiences, is that I would like to see an itinerary. It may be a picky thing but it is a matter of the liability which concerns me and I’d like to see the trip was educational in some way,”


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Community Calendar THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2013 Soil Conservation Board Of Directors To Meet Garrard County Soil Conservation Board of Directors will meet Thursday, January 17 at 7:00 p.m. at the NRCS Office, 204 B. South Campbell, Lancaster, KY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 2013 Madison County Civil War Roundtable The bi-monthly meeting of the Madison County Civil War Roundtable will be on Friday, January 18th, 2013, at 6:30 p.m. at the Dinner Bell Restaurant just off I-75, Exit 76 in Berea, KY. Noted Civil War author and historian Stuart Sanders will present a lecture entitled “The Aftermath of the Battle of Perryville, KY”. Reservations are necessary. The price of the buffet meal is $15.00. Please call 859-623-8979, by noon on Wednesday, January 16th if you wish to make reservations or have questions. SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 2013 Chili-Soup Sandwich Supper The Buckeye Fire Department Support Group will sponsor a chili-soup sandwich supper on Saturday, January 19th from 4-8 p.m. Cost $5.00. Buckeye Fire Department is located on Highway 1131. All proceeds will go to the Buckeye Fire Department. Gospel Singing You are invited to join Dix River Pentecostal Church for a Gospel Singing on Satuarday, January 19th at 6 p.m. We are located on US 27 South, next to the Burger House Restaurant. Following the singing, we will serve refreshments in the fellowship hall. Everyone is welcome to come out and worship and praise the Lord in song. Bro. Walter Bowling is the pastor. Beginner Quilt Group Piecing and hand quilting; this is what the Beginner Quilt Group is currently learning about and working on at the regular meetings. The next meeting will be on Saturday, January 19, 9:30 am at the Extension Office. Join the Quilt Group for $7.00 membership. No cost for the current project as we set up a quilt for hand quilting. Everybody welcome just bring your sewing machine and sewing supplies as we piece together a scrap quilt top. Any questions, contact the Extension Office at 792-3026. Free Weight Loss Workshop Do you have questions about diet or exercise? Are you confused about the best way to start your journey to a healthier you? Join Leah Simpson at the Garrard County Public Library for a free body transformation workshop. All attendees will receive: A free diet template, information on how to get three free workouts/week from Leah, recipes, restaurant eating guide. Saturday January 19th from 10 – 11 a.m. MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 2013 Martin Luther King Day March The Martin Luther King Day March will be held January 21st beginning at 12 noon at the Garrard County Courthouse then proceeding to 1st Baptist Church on South Paulding Street for a short service. Everyone is welcome. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 2013 Local Food Bank Open The local food bank will be open Thursday, January 24th from 1 - 3:30 p.m. The food bank is located in the lower pickup lot of the Old Middle School, 324 W. Maple Avenue, Lancaster. The food bank is scheduled to be open the 4th Thursday of each month between the hours of 1 and 3:30 p.m. For more information call Greg Cash at 859-339-0615. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 2013 CKYRHS Food Bank & Distribution C.A.R.E.S. COMMUNITY PET FOOD BANK & PET FOOD DISTRIBUTION is SATURDAY, JANUARY 26th, noon until 4:00 p.m. Community members needing pet food assistance can stop by No Kill Central KY Regional Humane Society (214 Richmond Street, Lancaster, (859)-7924581 or to pick up a commodity of pet food on a one bag per household while food bank quantities last basis. Garrard Co Dog License $5.00. Rabies Vouchers $5.00 Please help our pet food bank continue to provide community assistance by making a pet food or pet supply donation to the C.A.R.E.S. PET FOOD BANK program. We have requests for dog, cat, bird, horse, & rabbit foods. No Kill Central KY is a 501c3 nonprofit & depends in YOUR monetary support to help Garrard County’s animals in need.

of American history that we want to highlight in our exhibit. This will be an eye-opening experience for many of our visitors.” The exhibit opens February 6 and runs through March 30; exhibit hours are Wednesday through Friday 10 am to 6 pm, Saturday 10 am to 5 p.m., and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Schools and teachers can reserve fieldtrip times at the Community Arts Center website. No reservations are required for other visitors. For more information on the exhibit, call (859) 236-4054 or visit Body Recall Body Recall, a program for a life time of fitness, helps you to regain mobility, strength, energy and flexibility in your daily life. It’s great for all ages! The exercises are done in a chair and with a chair. Exercise is also great for the breast cancer recovery, heart patients, arthritic, stroke, diabetic, knee and hip replacements and for people in wheel chairs or using walkers. Classes will be Monday,Wednesday and Friday. 10:30-11:30 and 1:00-2:00 at the Garrard County Health Department. Special attention is given to FALLS and RECOVERY and ways to get up and down from the floor. Classes will start January 21st.-April 19th. Instructor is Carolyn Walter and can be reached at 1-859-548-8203 to enroll in morning or afternoon classes. Classes are sponsored by Garrard County Health Dept.,located at 89 Farra Dr. Housing Authority Board of Commissioners The Housing Authority of Lancaster Board of Commissioners meets the second Friday of each month at 10:00 a.m. at the office on Kinnaird Avenue. Pathways Grief Support Group Pathways Grief Support Group meets at 10 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on the 4th Thursday of every month at Heritage Hospice, Inc. 120 Enterprise Dr., Danville. The Group is open to those who have suffered a loss, whether served by Heritage Hospice or not. Friends of the bereaved are also welcome. Contact (859) 236-2425 for more information. Garrard Chamber And Cliffview Retreat And Conference Center To Host After-Hours “Connection” Join the Garrard Chamber and Cliffview Retreat and Conference Center for its monthly after-hours business-to-business networking social! Enjoy light refreshments while touring the Retreat and Conference Centers outstanding facilities. The date to remember is Thursday, January 31, 2013, starting at 5:30 p.m. A great opportunity to promote business within our community, this after-hours connection encourages all Garrard County Chamber members to attend; gain visibility creating your networks, developing business relations, and meeting other Chamber members. Non-members are welcome to attend two events prior to membership consideration. There is no cost to attend; but bring plenty of business cards and get ready to network! Cliffview Retreat and Conference Center is located at 789 Bryant’s Camp Road, in North Garrard County, Lancaster, Kentucky. For additional information about this event, please call the Chamber Office at (859) 792-2282. Leah’s Dance Fit (Formerly Zumba) Leah’s Dance Fit is a way to burn calories, lose weight, and strengthen your heart and lungs all while having fun and listening to great music. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. at Camp Dick Robinson Elementary. All first time visitors are free. Returning dancers pay $5 per class or $40 for 10 classes. Burn 500-1,000 calories per hour by doing something fun and exciting. For more information email The KY Girls at Wilmore Presbyterian New Journey The KY Girls will be singing in Wilmore, KY on Sunday February 10th Wilmore Presbyterian Church at 10:45am. Beth Logsdon invites you to come be with us. Info: Danny Smith 859-887-2947 / 327-7698

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Children’s Art Class Saturday, Jan. 19, 12:30 – 1:30 pm Paint Lick Community Arts Center. Instructor: Hal Davis A retired elementary art teacher, Hal will be sharing lots of ideas of how to use a variety of materials to create works of art. This class is for grade school age students. Materials provided. Fee for all Saturdays in January and February, $25. Call the center, 859925-2741, for more information and to enroll. THERE ARE STILL SOME OPENINGS! An Evening with Sam Gleaves and Friends Friday, Jan. 18, 7:00pm Paint Lick Community Arts Center. Dessert pitch-in and mountain music by Berea College stringed instrumentalists and singers. STILL A FEW SEATS! CALL NOW, RESERVATIONS GOING FAST! 859-9252741. Dulcimer Workshop Saturday, Jan. 19, 12:00 – 2:00pm Paint Lick Community Arts Center Instructor: Merwyn Jackson. Merwyn, professional dulcimer player from Richmond, will teach a one-time workshop on the basics of dulcimer playing. Bring your own dulcimer. No fee. THERE ARE JUST A FEW OPENINGS! Call the center, 859-925-2741, to reserve a spot. Tatting a Heart for Valentine’s Day Thursdays, Jan. 24, 31 and Feb. 7, 2:00 – 3:30pm Paint Lick Community Arts Center. Instructor: Debbonnaire Kovacs, featured artist of the month in Berea. Learn to tat! Tatting is a fairly new form of lacemaking; it developed in the mid-nineteenth century and was beloved by Victorians. In this 3 – week class you will learn basic techniques and will tat one or more hearts for Valentine’s Day. Class fee: $25, including materials you will keep. Valentine Papermaking Workshop Tuesday, Jan. 29, 9:30 – 11:30am Paint Lick Community Arts Center. Instructor: Alisa Vogt Using paper scraps, water and a blender, students will create their own hand-made papers in the form of hearts for valentines. The molds used can produce either flat or three dimensional heart forms. Also garden seeds can be included in the form as a gift to the card recipient. Bring paper scraps. All other materials provided. Fee: $25 Yoga Tuesdays, 6:30pm and 7:45pm, two class times. Paint Lick Community Arts Center. Instructor: Kristina Beaman THERE IS STILL ROOM FOR A FEW MORE STUDENTS. Choose a class time and call the center, 859-925-2741, and reserve a spot.

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Library Events Winter Games for Kids. Build a snowman by reading 5 books and receive a winter surprise! Pick up a Winter Games snowman form at the library, fill in the titles of the books you check out to read. Return form to the library by January 31st for a winter surprise! Computer Classes. Resume Writing, January 25, 1:00 PM. Winter Birdfeeder Craft. Tuesday, January 22, 5:00 PM. Call the library to register. Limit 15. Free Movie. Thursday, January 31, 4:30. Come watch a movie about a five-stake resort where monsters and their families can live it up and no humans are allowed. Bring your own comfy chair, blanket or pillow. Chairs will also be provided. Check our website for more info. Lego Club. Tuesday, January 29, 6:30 PM. Bring your own Legos. Snack provided. Reading and Writing Rock! 2nd Tuesday of each month. Anna Leigh Morrow will read stories to children ages preschool-2nd grade. For more info contact Michele Walter, Children’s Librarian. New Story Times. Story Time for children ages 18 months to 5 years will be Wednesday’s 10:00 AM and Thursday’s 1:00 PM. Mid Continent University. Want to go back to school? Come talk to a rep from Mid Continent January 26, 10:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M. Veteran’s Representative will be at the library on the second Wednesday of each month, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Contact Garrard County Representative, Eileen Ward at 1-800-9284838 ext. 326. Mystery Book Club: Meets the second Wednesday of each month at 1:00 PM. Books are provided by the library. For more information contact us at 859-792-3424 or go to

Kentucky– The Donning Company Publishers is pleased to announce the upcoming release of a new volume in the history of Kentucky: Inter-County Energy Cooperative, 1938– 2013: Powering Your Life. . . Empowering Your Dreams. This volume showcases the history of the cooperative beginning in the 1930s to the present in celebration of its seventy-fifth anniversary. Inter-County Energy is a rural American success story in providing reliable and affordable electric service, improving OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS the quality of life to those in its community. Clothes Closet Ministry Powering Your Life. . . Empowering Your Dreams, written Clothes Closet Ministry at Lancaster Full Gospel Outreach, by Stuart Arnold, will be available March 2013 through the 210 S. Campbell Street, is open the second Tuesday of each use of private funds provided for this project. month from 1 to 4 p.m. For information call 859-595-9618. For more information contact Farrah Coleman at farrah@ American Legion Meeting The American Legion will meet the second Thursday night of each month at the Legion Hall on Richmond Street at 7 pm. until further notice. All members are urged to attend. Garrard County Senior Citizen Center The Garrard County Senior Citizen Center is opened to all senior citizens of Lancaster and Garrard County, who is 60 Are you always being asked for that special recipe? years of age and over. Everyone is welcome to join in the acDoes your family think you’re the greatest in the kitchen? tivities of the center and have lunch with us on a daily basis. Are you well known for your cooking abilities? The Garrard Co. Senior Citizens Center is a great way to socialize, go on trips, picnics, and other adventures. The center Or do you just like to cook? provides transportation for appointments, grocery shopping and pharmacies. The Garrard County Senior Citizens Center is open Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. For a monthly calendar or more information, call 859-792-3147. The Garrard Central Record is featuring some of our Forks of Dix River Clothing Ministry The Forks of Dix River Baptist Church located on Hwy. area’s great cooks each week and their 27 north of Lancaster has a clothes ministry open to anyone favorite recipes and would love to include YOU! in need of gently used clothing. There is no fee and open on Wednesday - Friday by appointment only unless there is an Send us your favorite recipes, along with a urgent need. Please call the coordinator’s cell phone to schedpicture of yourself (or stop by and let us take one), with a ule - 859-339-6107. short biography telling us who influenced you the most in Native Americans In Danville Coming in February and March, visitors to the Commuyour cooking, your very favorite recipe, a little about your nity Arts Center in Danville can weave a Navajo rug, build a family and what are some of your favorite activities. wigwam, draw petroglyphs and more at Wild West, the 2013 blockbuster exhibit designed to expand the artistic, educaSend to: The Central Record Recipes tional, and social horizons for everyone who walks through P.O. Box 800 106 Richmond Street the Arts Center doors. The exhibit will shed light on the untold stories of the West, one of which is Native American culLancaster, Kentucky 40444 ture and art. Programming Director Brandon Long explains, or call 859-792-2831 for more information “Native American culture is a rich and fascinating element

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Courthouse News CORRECTION Thomas Shelton who was lisited in last weeks court news and charged with 9 counts of theft of controlled substance, 1st offense and < $300 should have stated status on January 18, 2013 at 9 a.m. instead of plea of not guilty and an additional charge of trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school. Valerie Lynn Welsey was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of school. She pled of not guilty - Public Defender appointed. Jury trial set for March 18 2013 at 8:30 a.m. DEEDS December 28, 2012 - Ernest D. and Lori D. Ray to Christopher and Ann Marie Tungate. Property in the Eleven Hills Subdivision. $151,500. December 13, 2012 - David F. and Sharon Synder, Danny G. and Mildred Synder, Michael L. and Darlene Snyder to Commonwealth of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Property on KY 52 - southwest of Paint Lick. $42,600. December 17, 2012 - Elizabeth Palmer Noe, George W. and Carole Noe, Robert Lee and Avonda Noe, Roy M. and Carolyn Noe to Commonwealth of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Property on KY 52 southwest of Paint Lick. $129,700. December 17, 2012 - Carolyn B. and Roy M. Noe to Commonwealth of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Property on KY 52 near Paint Lick. $2,800.00. December 17, 2012 - Elizabeth Palmer Noe to Commonwealth of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Property on KY 52 southwest of Paint Lick. $7,800. January 4, 2013 - Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Department to Barry Howard. Property at 111 Miles Drive $38,000. April 20, 1992 - Cindy R. Bullock to Timothy W. Bullock. Dissolution of Marriage - 1/2 interest in property on waters of Sugar Creek (1710 Sugar Creek Road). Fair market value $38,100. December 31, 2012 - Pamela and Danny Smith, Michael Bolton, Ricky Bolton to Caywood Metcalf, Mark Metcalf, Barry Metcalf, James C. Metcalf and Sara M. Garcia. Property in Davis Heights. $63,000. December 31, 2012 - Judy Harmon to Gordon T. and Peggy A. Barnes. Property on southside of KY 52. $105,500. December 27, 2012 - OFC, LLC to Fresh Start Rental Properties LLC. 14 tracts in Boyle County and 1 tract in Garrard County. $770,750. December 19, 2012 - Kenneth and Mary Elizabeth Gregory to Commonwealth of Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Property on KY 52 south west of Paint Lick. $31,700. December 15, 2012 - Jerry O. and Susan G. Bogie to Cindy Lynn Bogie Mills, Cheryl Rhyce Bogie and Brian Todd Bogie. In consideration of love and affection 1/3 interest each in property in Woodland Estates. Fair market value $120,000. GARRARD DISTRICT COURT CALENDAR JANUARY 10, 2013 JUDGE OLIVER Brian L. Alberts, plea of not guilty - continue to March 21, 2013 at 1 p.m. Richard Eugene Arnold, theft by unlawful taking/disp - all others (F). Amended to theft by unlawful taking (M) - plea of guilty - 120 days probated for 2 years on condition of no other offenses KAP and complete addiction

recovery (REACH). Restitution of $4,329 - paid by January 3, 2014. Donnie Ray Bullock, terroristic threatening,3rd degree. Dismissed with leave to reinstate and no contact. Heather Frazier, Diversion Completion. Dismissed. Andrea D. House, failed to appear - Dismissed - continue to January 24, 2013 at 1 p.m. Delbert M. Newby, terroristic threatening, 3rd degree. Dismissed with leave to reinstate. Douglas J. Newton, (1) operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/ drugs, etc. .08 1st offense - plea of guilty - $200, $375 and costs plus counseling and 30 days suspension - to pay by January 3, 2014; (2) possession of marijuana merged - paid. Branon F. Rhodus, status hearing - re-enrolled with KAP. Status on February 21, 2013 at 1 p.m. Alando Maurice Chappell, possession of a controlled substance, 1st degree, 3rd or > offense - cocaine. Plea of not guilty - Public Defender appointed - continued to January 14, 2013 at 9 a.m. Brandon Nichols (Randy Knapp - same person), to pay or stay. Rafael Rodriguez, dismissed all charges - dismiss failed to appear. Billy S. Whitaker, Warrant of Arrest - Bench Warrant issued for assault, 4th degree (domestic violence) no visible injury. Mr. Whitaker may post bail in the amount of $442.08, secured by cash. GARRARD DISTRICT COURT CALENDAR JANUARY 14, 2013 JUDGE BOOTH Robert Bell, III, conditional discharge granted - order signed. Zachary D. Boatley, (1) no/ expired registration plates; (2) no/expired KY registration receipt; (3) failure to notify address change to Department of Transportation. Failed to appear - notify Department of Transportation. James E. Bundy, for jail restitution payment of $194.50. Bond applied to jail restitution to County Judge Executive. Case closed. James E. Bundy, drinking alcoholic beverage in public place 1st & 2nd offense. Plea of guilty - $25 fine and court costs. To pay by July 19, 2013. Andrew B. Caldwell, motion for extension of time granted until April 19, 2013. Crystel Chambers, diversion - County Attorney Traffic Student Diversion Program has been completed. Charge is dismissed without prejudice. Melissa Downs, harassing communications. County Attorney dismissed with leave to reinstate for 90 days and no contact with complaining witness. William C. Elmore, (1) improper passing - dismissed as merged; (2) careless driving - plea of guilty - State Traffic School; (3) no motorcycle operators license - no license in possession - plea of guilty - $25 fine and court costs. To pay by April 19, 2013. Lance Getter, (1) obstructed vision and/or windshield plea of not guilty - continue to February 25, 2013 at 9 a.m.; (2) license to be in possession - dismissed on proof. Solange M. Heuer, speeding 10 mph over the speed limit. Plea of not guilty refer to County Attorney Traffic Diversion Program. Review March 14, 2013 at 1 p.m. Benjamin Hitch, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, etc. .08 1st offense. Plea of guilty - $200 fine; $375 service fee; counseling (KAP), 30 days

license suspension and court costs. To pay by January 17, 2014. Release Public Defender - fee waived. James C. Lamb, (1) 1st degree possession of a controlled substance/drug unspecified, 1st offense; (2) drug paraphernalia - buy/ possess. Plea of not guilty continue to February 4, 2013 at 9 a.m. Danny W. Lee, (1) no/expired registration plates - dismissed as merged; (2) no/expired KY registration receipt - plea of guilty - $25 fine and court costs; (3) failure to produce insurance card - plea of not guilty - continue to July 18, 2013 at 1 p.m. Jarrod W. Leffew, (2) speeding 15 mph over the speed limit. County Attorney Traffic/Student Diversion Program has been completed. Charge is dismissed without prejudice. Bradley S. Meade, part 391 of Fed Safety Regs Qualification of Drivers. Dismissed on proof. Elizabeth M. O’Connell, arraignment - County Attorney Traffic/Student Diversion Program has been completed. Charge is dismissed without prejudice. Samantha J. Phelps, (1) no/expired registration plates - dismissed on proof; (2) no/ expired other state registration receipt or plate - dismissed on proof. Jimmy Dean Preston, (1) operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/ drugs, etc. .08 1st offense; (2) controlled substance prescription not in original container 1st; (3) drug paraphernalia - buy/possess; (4) possession of a controlled substance, 2nd degree, 1st offense - drug unspecified. Plea of guilty -$200 fine; $375 service fee; counseling (KAP), 30 days license suspension and court costs. Deborah A. Price, theft by deception -including cold checks under $500. Failed to appear - issue Bench Warrant for $1,000 cash. Robert Smith, probation violation (for misdemeanor offense) - owes $150 past due since September 21, 2012. Withdrawn by County Attorney. Tyrone Spillman, (1) no/ expired registration plates dismissed on proof; (2) no/ expired KY registration receipt - dismissed on proof. James E. Sullivan, illegal take/purse deer/wild turkey. Plea of not guilty - refer to Pre-Trial Diversion. Review July 18, 2013 at 1 p.m. Donate and forfeit deer to Fish and Wildlife. Clifford C. Swaim, (1) part 391 of Fed. Safety Regs - Qualification of Drivers; (2) failure to produce insurance card. Failed to appear - notify Department of Transportation. Jeffrey Adams, theft by failure to make required disposition of property. Plea of not guilty - continue to January 17, 2013 at 1 p.m. Zachary Alcorn, failed to pay jail restitution - plea of not guilty - continue to March 7, 2013 at 1 p.m. Amanda Luttrell, (1) possession of a controlled substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (methamphetamine); (2) use/possession of drug paraphernalia, 1st offense; (3) driving DUI suspended license -1st offense, aggravator; (4) operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs w/.08, aggravator, 1st offense; (5) giving officer false name or address. Plea of not guilty - continue to January 24, 2013 at 1 p.m. Dexter Brand, possession of marijuana plea of guilty 30 days probated for 2 years on condition of no other offenses, appoint Public Defender - review February 11, 2013 at 9 a.m.

City / County Police Reports

Criminal Summons

Dearing, Steven...........................44 496 Cardinal Cir., Lancaster............. Burglary/Receiving Stolen Property ......................................................................................................... Garrard County Court Date 1/18/13, 9 a.m. McQueary, Rachel ......................32 Hill N Dale Dr., Lancaster .........................Careless Driving/No Insurance ......................................................................................................... Garrard County Court Date 1/21/13, 9 a.m.

Citations Citations below are scheduled for court on 2/11/13, 9 a.m. January 7, 2013 Brown, Simon C. .........................28 219 Lexington St., Lancaster ......... Expired Registration Plate & Receipt ......................................................................................................................Expired Proof Of Insurance (10/12) Carpenter, Dallas .......................59 130 Price Ct., Lancaster ....Expired Registration Plate & Receipt (10/12) England, Vickie L. ......................43 2442 Noah Hollow Rd., Burkesville .....Expired Registration Plate (12/12) Farris, Chad L..............................23 8149 US Hwy 150 Apt. 8, Stanford ........................................................... Speeding (40/25 MPH Zone)-$173 Prepayable Fine......................... Garrard County Court Date 2/4/12, 9 a.m. Hoskins, Debra............................59 89 Miller Ave., Lancaster ....Expired Registration Plate & Receipt (12/12) Jones, Marlene ............................26 566 Kirksville Rd., LancasterExpired Registration Plate & Receipt (12/12) ..........................................................................................................................................No Proof Of Insurance King, Zachary ..............................27 320 Richmond Rd., Lancaster................................................................... Expired Registration Plate & Receipt (12/12) ........................ Cancelled By DOT/Failure To Maintain Insurance Ray, Joey M. ................................32 128 Price Ct., Lancaster ......Expired Registration Plate & Receipt (6/12) Steele, Linda................................58 2351 Hwy 1546, Monticello ....................................................................... Speeding (45/25 MPH Zone)-$183 Prepayable Fine............................................................................................ January 8, 2013 Gilpin, Rebecca ..........................36 106 Gibson St., Perryville...Expired Registration Plate & Receipt (10/12) Roller, Alisa K..............................29 71 Mills St., Junction City .....Expired Registration Plate & Receipt (9/12) (Cancelled For Failure To Maintain Insurance) ............................................................................... No Insurance Williams, Michael .........................29 816 Meadows Rd, Henry, TN .................................................................... Failure To Dim Headlight/Careless Driving ........................................................................$183 Prepayable Fine January 10, 2013 Edwards, James .........................53 504 Barberry Ln., NicholasvilleExpired Registration Plate & Receipt (8/12) ..........................................................................................................................................No Proof Of Insurance O’Bryan, Andrea .........................39 300 Southside Way, Nicholasville .............................................................. Expired Registration Plate & Receipt (4/12) .....................................................................No Proof Of Insurance Sellards, Donald..........................31 207 Danville St. Apt. D, Lancaster ...............Speeding (40/25 MPH Zone) .......................................................................................................Expired Registration Plate & Receipt (11/12) Sexton, Brandi ............................33 128 Miles Dr., Lancaster ........................................................................... Expired Registration Plate & Receipt (7/12) ................................................................................... No Insurance Failure To Notify DOT Of Address Change .................................................. (Involved in motor vehicle accident) January 12, 2013 Buchenroth, Austin ....................19 988 Fall Lick Rd., Lancaster ...................................................................... ............................................................................................Speeding (43/25 MPH Zone)-$179 Prepayable Fine Hahn, Tyler M. ..............................20 160 Bill Layton Rd., Lancaster .................................................................. ............................................................................................Speeding (40/25 MPH Zone)-$173 Prepayable Fine Hart, Diana M. ..............................31 645 Ridgeway Rd., Stanford ..................................................................... ............................................................................................Speeding (40/25 MPH Zone)-$173 Prepayable Fine Melton, Darla M. ..........................32 236 Ridgeway East, McKee ...................................................................... ............................................................................................Speeding (40/25 MPH Zone)-$173 Prepayable Fine January 8, 2013 Arnold, Danielle ..........................25 604 Arnold Rd., Lancaster ........................2nd-Degree TICS/First Offense ................................................................................................................ Garrard County Arrest Warrant Served January 10, 2013 Keyes, Robert L. ........................44 108Totten Ave., Lancaster...........NPF-Lincoln County Case#09-T-01402 NPF-Garrard County Case#06-T-00377 ......................................................................... Arrest Warrants Served Maddox, Michael ........................36 1661 Kirksville Rd., Lancaster .... Garrard County Arrest Warrant Served ................................................................................................................................... Court Date 1/28/13, 9 a.m. January 11, 2013 Hubbard, Justin ..........................23 863 Brock Rd., Lancaster.................................... FTA-Case#12-M-00081 ................................................................................................................ Garrard County Arrest Warrant Served Moberly, Rodney .........................23 109 Turner Ave., Lancaster ....2nd-Degree TICS-Case#12-CR-00088-002

Garrard County Arrest Warrant Served January 12. 2013 Allen, Jared .................................24 168 Scotts Chapel Rd., Liberty ................................................................. .................................................................................................... Possession Of A Controlled Substance/Lortab Cain, Daniel E. .............................19 253 Lexington St., Lancaster ......................2nd-Degree Criminal Mischief ................................................................................................................ Garrard County Arrest Warrant Served Luttrell, Amanda .........................26 1593 Angel Ridge Rd., Kings Mtn. ............................................................ 1st-Degree Possession Of A C/S-Methamphetamine.................................... Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia Operating M/V On A DUI Suspended O/L .................................................................................. DUI/2nd Offense Giving Police Officer False Name & Address .......................TBUT (x2)-Lincoln County Arrest Warrants Served

GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR JANUARY 14, 2013 JUDGE DAUGHERTY Joshua Abney, receiving stolen property under $10,000. Plea of guilty - enter diversion documents. Jodi Ann Bell, (1-2) criminal possession forged instrument -2nd degree. Plea of guilty - enter judgment. Bridget M. Day, false statement/misrepresent to receive benefit over $100 - plea of guilty - sentencing set for February 14, 2013 at 9 a.m. Crystal Ann Getter, trafficking in a controlled substance, 2nd degree, 1st offense (<20 D.U. Drug unsp sched 3). Plea of guilty -enter diversion documents. Jasmine Roberson, receiving stolen property under $10,000. Plea of guilty - enter Diversion Documents.

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Hired As Vice President Of A New York Technology-Based, International Economic-Development Company (From Front) Executive John Wilson said that Mick leaves big shoes to fill, and that an immediate replacement as of February 2 when the position becomes vacant is not expected. “It will be extremely difficult to replace Nathan and continue the achievements we have had in growing our community with the help of his hard work and leadership over the last five years,” Wilson said. “His successes have certainly been our successes in Garrard County and for the region. Despite the economic downturn that has been felt across the world, many more people are working today in Garrard County, and more new businesses and services are here now, than when Nathan started with us and that is a testament to his efforts and our success.” After over a decade sitting empty, the 32,000 square foot spec building was sold to Performance Feeds and Animal Health, the largest beef cattle feed distributor in Tennessee, to serve as their Kentucky distribution center and provide new jobs and agriculture services for the region. Mine Shield purchased an empty 60,000 sq.ft. building and made a multi-million dollar investment in Lancaster, creating new jobs while manufacturing life-saving refuge chambers using NASA technology and featured on the NASA website. Lancaster going from dry to full-wet in 2008, resulted in new tax revenue in Lancaster, new businesses, new jobs and one of the largest Godfather’s restaurants in the United States. “We are so appreciative of his many contributions and dedication to making Garrard County better,” Wilson added. “I look forward to working together in the future and it is good news to know Nathan and his wife Maggie have made the choice to continue to live in our community.” Mick will commute regularly to New York in his new position. “Maggie and I feel blessed to live in Kentucky and serve our beautiful community,” Mick said. “One of the largest benefits of my new job is remaining in Kentucky. Mag-

Garrard County Economic-Development Director Nathan Mick announced his resignation, effective February 1, to the fiscal court in a closed session speech lasting more than 30 minutes on Monday night.

gie and I have felt at home in Garrard County since moving here five years ago. Garrard County is a special place with rich history, culture, wonderful people and pristine beauty. We look forward to continuing to live here and we will continue to find ways to help make our community and Kentucky better.” The position of economic development director received some scrutiny by the fiscal court during the 201213 budgeting process last year, and just before a primary election in which Mick was a candidate for 36th district representative. The salary for the position was cut from just under $70,000 to $50,000 of which only 60 percent was contributed by county funds. The court however voted not to make an adjustment to Mick’s salary, which meant that at some point in the coming year, money would have run out and Mick would be essentially working without a paycheck coming in. However, Mick said on Tuesday afternoon that the pay cut was not a deciding factor in his resignation.

“It did not affect the decision,” Mick said. “There are opportunities out there for new challenges and while I treasure my time working for Garrard County, which was a tremendous opportunity, the most thrilling thing about taking this new position was the capability to remain living in Garrard County. I leave this job on a very positive note and have positive feelings about the people in leadership that I had the pleasure to work with.” Wilson said the search will begin to replace Mick, though an immediate replacement is not expected. “The fact is that every single county around us has a full-time economic development director and if we don’t have a full-time person whose only responsibility is promoting Garrard County then we are at a big disadvantage,” Wilson said. “Businesses do not just come here by accident. It takes a lot of work. We have seen the fruits of that investment over the last five years and if we want to continue growing our jobs in this community then we will continue to invest in

economic development.” Wilson, who adamantly opposed pay cuts to the position, added, “As far as what we will devote to that investment, I’ll just say, you get what you pay for. We will determine our level of commitment to growing our economy by how much resources we throw towards that problem.” Former longtime State Representative Lonnie Napier, who endorsed Mick as his replacement in Frankfort, said Mick’s talents will be hard to replace. “It was a huge loss to Garrard County to lose Nathan,” Napier said. “He is one of the most qualified men I’ve ever had the opportunity to work with and was extremely well liked in Frankfort. He will be sadly missed. I’d like to wish him the best in any endeavor he pursues and I wouldn’t be surprised if he ends up as one of the top men under the Secretary of Defense if the Hagel nomination is upheld.” Mick’s prior experience includes nearly six years working for United States Senator, now United States Secretary of Defense nominee, Chuck

Hagel, serving as deputy chief of staff in Washington, D.C., Mick also served as deputy campaign manager for a United States Senate campaign and has broad experience in government at all levels, politics, campaigns, consensus building, planning, operations, logistics, organizational management, marketing, technology, diplomacy, and strategic leadership. Mick has traveled extensively to all 50 United States and internationally to over 39 countries including official delegation representation on behalf of the U.S. State Department. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma Economic Development Institute; graduated from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky; and received his Master’s in National Security and Strategic Studies from the United States Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. Some of the lesser publicized contributions made by Mick over his tenure as economic-development director includes cultivation of a small business retail cluster on Lancaster’s Campbell

Garrard Central Record Gas Prices Questions Legality Of City’s Executive Session The Lancaster City Council proceeded with an executive session in regard to contract negotiations with Garrard County Water Association during a specially called meeting Monday night even after the Garrard Central Record took issue with the action. As a public entity, The City of Lancaster is bound by the laws of the Open Records and Open Meetings Acts enacted by the General Assembly in 1976 which summarily requires public institutions to conduct their business openly. The act does however allow for exemptions; litigation and possible litigation, discussions about the hiring, firing or dismissal of employees, land acquisition and contract negotiations as described in Kentucky Revised Statute 61.810 (1) (g), “discussions between a public agency and a representative of a business entity and discussions concerning a specific proposal, if open discussions would

jeopardize the siting, retention, expansion, or upgrading of the business.” Councilman Bret Baierlein made the motion to proceed with the executive session, the only agenda item listed, citing contract negotiations as the legal exemption to the Open Meetings Act according to KRS 61.810 (1) (g) as the reasoning behind the executive session. The newspaper however cited the same statute in its request to the council to open the discussion stating that the city had no valid reason to proceed with the closed session due to the fact that the “specific contract” had not only already been made public but that it had been rejected by GCWA without specific reason. The newspaper argued that a closed session could only be speculative in nature because GCWA had not been invited as the statute requires nor had they presented a proposal of their own for the council to

discuss. Although Baierlein held firm to the council’s reasoning behind the action to close the discussion, he deferred to City Attorney Beth Wesley who advised council members that they could legally enter a closed session if they desired to do so. Wesley said that case law does not support the newspaper’s argument that a representative of the business it is negotiating with, GCWA, had to be in attendance. The newspaper then asked the council to record the session for future reference if in fact a ruling is made that a violation had occurred. Lancaster’s contract proposal to GCWA for a 25-year minimum-waterpurchase agreement, a necessary step in order for the City to receive state and federal funds to build a $12.1 million water plant, was presented to GCWA in early December 2012 and made public at the same time. It was rejected by

GCWA on January 8, 2013, with nothing specific noted. The city then called the special session specifically to engage in an executive session to discuss “contract negotiations.” On Tuesday, the Garrard Central Record filed a complaint with the city asking them to admit to the violation, provide the recording of the closed session and agree not to violate the Open Meetings act again and that future meetings would conform to the Open Meetings Act. Wesley said that the city would be responding within the required three-day time limit, by the closing of the work day on Friday, but alluded to the fact that the city would maintain their position that the executive session was held legally. Mayor Brenda Powers was away from her office attending a conference and could not be reached for comment.

CHICAGO (Jan. 10) -- For six of the last seven years U.S. retail gasoline prices have risen from Christmas Day to mid-January but this year could run counter to that trend. “That’s because of the massive buildup in gasoline inventory just announced by the U.S. Dept. of Energy’s weekly petroleum report. With an increase over the previous month of 16.1 million barrels (+7%) gasoline inventory now exceeds the highest level reached during 2012 and is at the highest point recorded since February 2011,” said Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst, “Gasoline inventories ended the year with the highest December level ever, and obviously we’ve added significantly to that, so for that reason we could see many markets remain flat or even decline slightly over the next week to two weeks,” says DeHaan. “You could say it’s the calm before the storm that arrives every spring.” “Having said that, we are confident that our overall forecast for 2013 and specifically for January will prove accurate, with the U.S. na-

Street, acquiring an additional 90 acres of industrial property through a grant received in conjunction with Allison Abrasives’ $3 million industrial expansion that resulted in over 20 new jobs at one of Garrard County’s oldest corporations, jointly founding the Bluegrass South Regional Economic Development Coalition including Garrard and nine other Kentucky counties to pool resources and strengthen Regional marketing efforts and created the “It’s Garrard County!” video with a $400 budget, which was one of the top 15 most viewed travel and events videos on YouTube the first weekend it was launched. Mick organized countless community projects and special events including the creation of the Garrard County Community Committee, the United States Library of Congress Veterans History Project to record the oral histories of over 50 local veterans and hosted an “Honoring our Veterans” event in Lancaster with the Founder of the Vietnam Wall in Washington, D.C., Jan Scruggs. Mick contributed the many successes to cooperation from community leaders like Judge Executive John Wilson, Deputy Judge James Bushnell and the Garrard Fiscal Court, Governor Steve Beshear, former State Representative Lonnie Napier and State Senator Tom Buford, U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell and U.S. Senator Rand Paul, former U.S. Congressman Ben Chandler and our current U.S. Congressman Brett Guthrie, Lancaster Mayor Brenda Powers and the Lancaster City Council, former Lancaster Mayor Don Rinthen, the Garrard County Chamber of Commerce and the Lancaster-Garrard County Industrial Development Authority and Chair David Land. “These and many other community businesses and leaders have contributed their time and talents to work together to move Lancaster and Garrard County forward,” Mick said. “Maggie and I will continue to be here as citizens and will continue to contribute to making this community a better place.”

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Lady Lions Take Second Loss To Lincoln County By Danny Elam

Garrard County lost to 45th District rival Lincoln County 58-48 Tuesday night in Stanford for the Lady Lions second loss to the Lady Pats in just over a week. Although the margin was about the same Garrard coach Scott Bolin thought his team played much better Tuesday night but still couldn’t put together a complete game. “It’s like you paint a beautiful picture and right in the middle you start scribbling. That’s kinda what we did,” he said. “We played very well for 27 or 28 minutes and then we have four or five minutes when we don’t play well.” After falling behind 5-0 out of the gate the Lady Lions answered with five points of their own on a Devin Conley 3-point play and a Victoria Floyd basket to tie the game and went on to take a 13-12 lead into the second period after a Kelly Smith bucket. Emily Fox opened the second quarter with a basket and a trey and Chansler Gilbert scored allowing the Lady Pats to take 19-13 lead before Conley scored five consecutive points to cut the Garrard deficit to a point at 19-18. Garrard scored only one more point on a Conley free

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throw the rest of the half while Lincoln was putting up eight points to lead 27-19 at the half. After Kourtney Belcher opened the fourth period with a trey to give Lincoln a 4432 lead Garrard couldn’t get closer than five points the rest of the way. “We put ourselves in a spot to be very competitive” Bolin said. “We had some mental breakdowns in each quarter. You can’t do that against a team like Lincoln.” Conley scored 22 points to lead the Lady Lion offense. Floyd had 11 points and Smith added 10 as Garrard hit 18 of 39 yards for 46%. Sydney Harris had 18 points for Lincoln which hit 25 of 48 shots for 52%. Garrard had 19 turnovers to Lincoln’s 14 and won the rebounding battle 23-22 with Ryan Cain getting seven boards. Garrard 13 6 13 16 - 48 Lincoln 12 15 14 17 - 58 Garrard (9-5) - Murray 2, Conley 22, Smith 10, Cain 3, Floyd 11 Lincoln (15-4) - Belcher 8, Fox 13, Gilbert 2, Harris 18, Hocker 5, Honaker 2, Saylor 8, Spangler 2 3-pt goals - Conley 1, Cain 1, Fox 3, Harris 2, Saylor 2

Lincoln Uses 11 Treys To Beat Garrard By Danny Elam

Lincoln County used 11 3-point baskets to defeat Garrard County 68-56 Tuesday night in Stanford in a 45th District contest. After Lincoln scored the first four points of the game Garrard’s Billy Abney drained a trey but Lincoln’s Timmy Taylor answered with two straight 3-pointers to give the Patriots a 10-3 lead. After a Clayton Ray free throw and a Jacob Smith basket for the Lions Lincoln’s Luke Hill closed the period with seven points for a 17-6 Lincoln lead. With Garrard trailing 1910 in the second quarter the Patriots went on a 14-3 run sparked by three Neil Conley treys to lead 33-13 forcing Garrard to battle up hill the rest of the way, Smith and Abney scored for the Lions but Conley answered with another trey before Slade Crutchfield converted a 3-point play and Abney hit a free throw to send Garrard into the half trailing 36-21. Garrard trailed 44-28 late in the third quarter before Clayton Ray scored five straight points to make the score 44-33 but Conley connected on still another trey before a Jesse Ray basket for the Lions sent


Garrard into the final period trailing 47-35. The fourth period was an offensive explosion with both teams scoring 21 points. Clayton Ray led Garrard with 20 points. Crutchfield had 14 points and Abney had 12 as The Lions hit 19 of 42 shots for 45%. Jacob Conway had 19 to lead Lincoln. Conley scored 18, all on treys. The Pats shot a great 61% for the game, hitting 29 of 47 shots. Garrard had 15 turnovers to the Past 10 and had 23 rebounds to Lincoln’s 22. “Execution was our nemesis again especially in first half,” Garrard coach Dennis Pardue said. We made a good run in second half. We had three possessions down 10 in third quarter and had two turnovers and took a bad shot. Defensively we weren’t very good. We have to be able to get stops battling from behind.” Garrard 6 15 14 21 - 56 Lincoln 17 19 11 21 - 68 Garrard (3-14) - Abney 12, C. Ray 20, J. Ray 2, Crutchfield 14, McPherson 2, Smith 4, Teague 2 Lincoln (7-12) - Conley 18, Conway 19, Hill 17, Hoover 2, Pittman 3, Taylor 9 3-pt goals - Abney 1, C. Ray 2, Crutchfield 3, Conley 6, Conway 2, Pittman 1 Taylor 2

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The hard luck losses continue to mount up on Garrard County. The latest came Friday night at Danville in a 46-45 double overtime 45th District loss to the Admirals. “We need to win one of these so bad,” Garrard coach Dennis Pardue said. “It seems like we had it won two or three times.” Garrard did look to have it won at the end of the first overtime when freshman guard Slade Crutchfield was fouled with 5.2 seconds to play and calmly converted both free throws to give the Lions a 43-41 lead. But Danville’s Christian GateskillFuqua took the inbounds pass and drove the length of the court and hit an off balance 18 footer to tie the game at 43 and fore the second overtime. Gateskill-Fuqua came up big again in the second overtime, hitting a 3-point shot in the opening minute to give the Ads a 46-43 lead. Garrard had several chances in the extra period put could only score two points on a pair of free throws by Nick McCollum and Clayton Ray. “I told the kids to keep their head up.” Pardue said. “It just seems like we are snakebite right now. If we coach a little better and play a little better maybe the tide will turn.” The Ads jumped out to a quick 10-4 lead and led 1410 after the first period before scoring only four points in the second quarter allowing the Lions to take a 21-18 lead into the locker room. With the game tied at 33 entering the final quarter.

The Garrard defense closes in on Danville’s Damir Karapandzic during the Golden Lions’ Friday night loss to the Admirals. With the game being played at a slow pace Danville took a 41-37 lead on a Jawan Gray trey with 3:10 to play and looked to be in good shape. Two Austin Sebastian free throws cut the lead to 41-39 before a Danville turnover with 24 seconds to play. After a Garrard timeout Crutchfield launched a 3-pointer that was off the mark by Clayton Ray was there to pull down the rebound and put in a 10 footer in the lane to tie the game 17 41 with 2.2 seconds left on the clock. Gateskill-Fuqua got off a long trey at the buzzer put this time it was off line, forcing overtime. The Lions hit 15 of 42 shots for 36%. Sebastian and Clayton Ray each had 13 points to lead Garrard. Free throw shooting again hurt the (Continued on B - 2

Garrard’s Clayton Ray puts up a jumper in the lane in the Lions’ loss to Danville. Ray had 13 points including two with seconds left to force the first overtime

Lady Lions Lose At Danville By Danny Elam

Danville’s Kasey Young and C.J. McPherson opened the game with back to back 3-pointers as Danville jumped out to a quick 6-0 lead Friday night at Danville on the way to handing Garrard County a 64-56 45th District loss. Garrard coach Scott Bolin knew coming into the game that his team would need to control the tempo of the game and take care of the ball. The Lady Lions did that on the most part breaking even in the turnover department at 13. “I’m very proud of the turnover margin,” Bolin said. All of our girls played really hard. I was proud of the effort. It just wasn’t our night.” After falling behind early the Lady Lions battled back to tie the game at 28 after a Kelly Smith free throw and again at 30 after a pair of Devin Conley free tosses and trailed only 31-30 at intermission. The Lady Ads scored the first four points of the third period but Conley and Vic-


Garrard’s Devin Conley drives past Danville’s C.J. McPherson during the Lady Lions’ loss to the Lady Ads. Conley scored 18 points to lead Garrard while McPherson scored 27 to pace Danville. toria Floyd came back with baskets for the Lady Lions. The teams traded baskets before two Conley free


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for 12 free throw shooting down the stretch, including seven of eight by 8th grader Alyvia Walker, when Garrard was having to foul. Conley scored 28 points in a great offensive performance to lead the Lady Lions with 28 points. McPherson almost matched her point for point, scoring 27 to lead Danville. Murray added 13 points for the Lady Lions. Garrard was 19 of 45 from the field for 42% while the Lady Ads were 22 of 49 for 45%. Floyd had nine rebounds

for Garrard but the Lady Lions were outrebounded 3224. “In the 12th Region and 45th District it’s big girls basketball,” Bolin said. “We did it for the most part. Danville was just the better team tonight.” Garrard 12 18 15 11 - 56 Danville 17 14 17 16 - 64 Garrard (9-4) - Murray 13, Conley 38, Smith 8, Floyd 4, Cain 2, Kidd 2 Danville (9-6) - Leavell 4, McPherson 27, Walker 7, E. Grey 12. L. Grey 5, Young 9 3-pt goals - Murray 1, Conley 2, McPherson 3, Young 1

Lions Lose In 2 OTs (From B - 1) Lions as they hit only 11 of 20 attempts. Garrard outrebounded the Ads 28-27 with Clayton Ray having nine boards. Garrard had 13 turnovers

to Danville’s 17. Alex Burnside scored 13 points to pace Danville. The Ads shot 49% from the field, hitting 17 of 35 shots. Garrard 10 11 12 8 2 2 - 45 Danville 14 4 15 8 2 3 - 46

Garrard (3-13) - Abney 9, Sebastian 13, C. Ray 13, Crutchfield 2, McCollum 4, Smith 4 Danville (4-12) - GateskillFuqua 9, Alcorn 4, Woolridge 1, Turner 2, Karapandzic 5, Burnside 13, Grey 12 3-pt goals - Gateskill-Fuqua 1, C. Ray 2, McCollum 1

Lady Lion guard Autumn Murray drives past Danville’s Kasey Young in Garrard County’s Friday night loss to the Lady Admirals.

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Garrard’s Billy Abney had nine points in the Lions’ loss to Danville. Photo By Christina McCollum

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Country Letters Mt. Hebron News Doris Baker Hi Folks. What about all the arguments about gun owning. The murder of 20 children and six teachers and the owners of a Bushmaster and AR-15 lost their lives, that means 28. Now all owners of these military guns are screaming loud and clear that owners of these guns are paying big money for those dreaded guns. No one is trying to take guns away from everyone, only these two guns that cost the lives of these 20 children and six teachers. Maybe they need to send these owners to the war zones along with these guns then our military personnel can come home instead of giving their lives for these people who are killing our unarmed people and children. One of my granddaughterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s is a teacher at a school near Louisville. One of her children brought a gun shell to show the children. A gun shell belonging to his dad that fitted the

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Been Sick of Ben Brock. He used to live in Garrard County. He was 75 years old or that is what they told me. I had known Ben Brock for many years. My sympathy goes out to his wife Jane and children of Berea. Ben was the stepson of Walter Helton and the son of Sarah Saylor Helton. They used to live in Garrard County. Edward and Genevie Lamb visited us Sunday. Donald Baker visited us one day and Bill and Shelia visited one day and brought

We did have some great news last week when we now have another little greatgrandson. His parents are Kara and Michael Hubbach. He was born in the Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. He weighed seven lbs 14 oz. He has an older brother Trenton. He is really happy about his new brother. We now have seven great-grandchildren. We only have one great-grandchild that is a girl. Our family has had only boys except one. We love them and are happy that they are healthy. This new one is very good. His name is Kodee. I got to hold him last Sunday night. Our daughter Darlene, our oldest child, had a birthday on the 11th. Happy birthday. She helps us a lot especially since his 13 weeks of wearing a brace on his leg. Just saw a python snake on TV. It was 10 feet long They were getting stats on them in Florida. My husband hates snakes. He is scared of snakes. He says he was not scared of his time he spent in the service on the islands of the enemy just snakes. He gets teased a lot about his time he spent on all of the islands and only worried about snakes, not the enemy.

us some good homemade candy and it was very good. Joyce Baker and Carolyn visited us one day. Thanks for everything anyone brought me. Pray for Brenda and J.C. Holman. They are both sick. Pray for Donald. He needs prayer too. Hi Louise Greiner, Venessa Cheek Anna Frances Conn, and Debbie Coffee. I hope I get better so I can come back to church. Jesus can help us. He has been so good to me. Pray for our ones in the service. God bless each and everyone of you.


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Paint Lick News Katie Rollins The rain has finally come to an end here in Paint Lick and the sun is beginning to shine once again. This past weekend kept most of us inside just wanting to stay dry. The Paint Lick Creek is slowly going down after so much rain...I think we got around three inches all total and it feels good to be out, even if it is in the colder air. We had a crispy 32* this Monday morning, so itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wintertime all over. Our weather changes from week to week, so maybe if the colder air settles in, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll all be the better for it. My sisters, Peggy and Linda and I visited the family cemetery on Sunday, then had a bite to eat at sister Emmaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s house. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s always so loving down there with her girls taking charge and letting Emma rest on Sundays. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a special day for them all as they help her prepare dinner and then sit around the big table and talk about their week. Our Mother passed away on (Jan.14) some 49 years ago and I know with age, that I miss her just being around. The young ones in our family didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get to know my Mother before her death, so, I feel a blessing whenever I visit at Emmaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s with her big family all around. Thank you. Sis. Everyone is invited to â&#x20AC;&#x153;An Evening With Sam Gleavesâ&#x20AC;?, beginning at 7 pm, this Friday at The Community Arts Center here in Paint Lick. A phone call ahead would ensure a seat and we are asked to â&#x20AC;&#x153;pitch inâ&#x20AC;? with desserts. Call the Arts Center at 925-2741 and talk with Hal Davis. The evening will be filled with various music including my favorite, the banjo. Happy belated birthday

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Foreign investors who buy, sell, or hold a direct or indirect interest in US agricultural land must report their holdings and transactions to the US Secretary of Agriculture. The reporting requirement became law in late 1978 when the President signed the Agricultural Foreign Investment Disclosure Act (AFIDA). The data gained from these disclosures will be utilized in the preparation of periodic reports to the President and Congress concerning the effect of such holdings upon family farms and rural communities. Failure to timely file an accurate report can result in a

penalty with fines up to 25 percent of the fair market value of the land. Who must report: Individuals who are not US citizens or citizens of the Northern Mariana Islands or the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands: Individuals who are not lawfully admitted to the US for permanent residence or who are not paroled into the US under the Immigration and Nationality Act: Any organization created under the laws of foreign government or which has located its principal place of business outside the US: Any US organization in which a significant interest or substantial control is directly or indirectly held by foreign individuals, organizations, or

governments. Definition of Significant Interest or Substantial Control: A direct or indirect interest of 10 percent or more held by a single foreign individual, organization or government: A direct or indirect collective interest of 10 percent or more held by a group of foreign individuals, organizations, or governments, acting in concert: A direct or indirect collective interest of 50 percent or more held by a group of foreign individuals, organizations, or governments, not acting in concert. What to Report: Each tract of agricultural land in the US, its territories, the Northern Mariana Islands and the Trust Territories of the Pacific Islands owned by persons

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Natural Resources Service And The Garrard County Conservation District Announces 2013 Conservation Program Opportunities The USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Garrard County Conservation District is encouraging, farmers and producers to visit their local NRCS or the Conservation District Office now to receive information and apply for conservation technical assistance and possible funding opportunities. The application process for conservation programs is continuous, but funding selections are made at specific times throughout the year. Applications will be accepted continuously and then offered at the next funding cut off period. NRCS State Conservationist Karen Woodrich announced this month that tech-

nical and financial assistance is available to eligible applicants for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). EQIP is a conservation program that provides financial and technical assistance to farmers who face threats to soil, water, air and related natural resources on their land. Through EQIP, NRCS develops contracts with agricultural producers to voluntarily implement conservation practices. Persons engaged in livestock or agricultural production and owners of non-industrial private forestland are eligible for this program. Eligible land includes cropland, pastureland, private non-industrial forestland, and other farm or ranch lands. EQIP

offers several initiatives included are Seasonal High Tunnel Initiative, Organic Initiative, On-Farm Energy Initiative, Wildlife Initiative and Forestry Initiative. A second conservation program, the Wildlife Habitat incentives Program (WHIP), offers opportunities through Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW), which focuses on the recovery of certain at-risk, threatened or endangered wildlife species while helping other vulnerable and game species that depend on similar habitat. Also the Kentucky Soil Erosion and Water Quality Cost Share Program is available to qualified applicants. This program was created to help agricultural operations

protect the soil and water resources of Kentucky. Cost share funds are administered by the conservation district with priority given to animal waste related problems and agricultural district participants where pollution problems have been identified. Practices offered include pipelines and tank, pasture and hayland renovation, grassed waterways, and critical area plantings. “We’re urging producers to get their applications in as soon as possible to be considered for this year’s funding,” said Woodrich. All recipients of assistance are required to develop a conservation plan. Conservation planning is an integral part of the conservation

process. Landowners should work with the conservation planner to develop the plan based on the landowner’s operation goals to improve the productivity, sustainability and profitability of their operation. The conservation plan will serve as a roadmap to a variety of technical assistance and financial assistance through EQIP, WHIP, State Cost Share, as well as other options available to the landowner. “We’re getting back to our roots with conservation planning,” says Woodrich. “Conservation planning is the vital first step in understanding natural resources on your land, and also understanding how technical and financial conservation assistance can be incor-

NICE DUPLEX - 2 bedroom, 1 bath each unit. Good rental property or investment property. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. $65,000.

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G-4484 - “1272 Carrie Nation Rd”

Reduced REAL NICE BRICK HOUSE. Close to town. 3 bedroom, 2 bath w/2 car attached garage. New roof & hvac. Extra large crawl space for storage & mowers. Marshall 5836773 / Earl 339-8051. $124,500.

G-6460 - Eastwood Drive Lot ELEVEN HILLS / CAVE SPRINGS - Nice building lot located on deadend street. Nice upscale neighborhood. Call Marshall 583-6773 or Earl 339-8051. Priced at only $12,500.

Harrodsburg Lots H-6189 - Lot #6 Parkway Ave. Harrodsburg. $9,000. H-6190 - Lot #12 Parkway Ave. Harrodsburg. $9,000. H-6191 - Lot #13 Parkway Ave. Harrodsburg. $9,000. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 683-6773.

G - 8468 - 5653 Buckeye Road

HISTORICAL HOME with 2 bedrooms, bath with 40 acres +/- 2 barns, 2 ponds, wash house, new shop building, 40 x 60. Plenty of deer and turkeys for the hunters. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. $239,900.

LOOKING FOR A HOME OR A VACATION HOME NEAR LAKE HERRINGTON. Daughter’s Park - Within walking distance of the lake, marina and restaurant. Hurry and start your vacation. Call Marshall 583-6773 or Earl 339-8051. Priced at only $26,000.

G-5788 - “Country Home” 10689 BUCKEYE ROAD - 3 bedroom, 1 bath house located in the country. House comes with 4 acres. Suitable for crops or livestock. $55,000. Marshall 583-6773 or Earl 339-8051.

336 STANFORD STREET - GOOD INVESTMENT PROPERTY - Some new windows, new roof. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. Priced $24,000.

G-8331 - 8861 Buckeye Road

G-5794 - BUCKEYE 1 ACRE LOT located on Buckeye Road. City water and electric available. Ready to build on. Call Marshall 583-6773 or Earl 339-8051. $10,000

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G-5489 - “Daughter’s Park” Lots 89 & 54 - Close to the lake. Partial; fenced trees. Come have a look. $3,500. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773.

2 BEDROOMS, 1 bath, living room, kitchen. Excellent investment or rental property. Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. $34,000.


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G-6182 - 201 Danville Street



WALTER HUFF ROAD (CASEY CO.) Beautiful 100 acre farm. Mostly cleared suitable for cattle, horses, crops and hay. Land can be grazed or cultivated. Would be a great place for home or cabin. If you’re looking for land look no further. Marshall Norton 859583-6773 or Earl 859-339-8051. $238,000.

766 & 768 PARKWAY AVENUE, HARRODSBURG - Duplex with 2 bedrooms, 1 bath each unit. 5 year old duplex. Presently rented with Section 8. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. Priced at $115,000.

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G-6188 - Sugar Creek Road 6.66 ACRES +/- - Nice building sites with water meter in place. Fenced for cattle or horses. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 5836773. Priced $45,000.

TO MOVE IN - 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, brick home setting on 1.06 acres +/- with 2 car detached garage. Located just outside the city limits. Earl 339-8051 / Marshall 583-6773.

G-3999 - 2+ Acre Building Lot LYNNWOOD DRIVE - Nice building lot in the city limits of Lancaster. Close to doctors office, pharmacy, bank, convenience store and in walking distance of town. Build your dream home here. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. $39,500. $24,900

REAL NICE 4 BEDROOM, 2 story brick home sitting on 20 acres. Good country living. Small farm for cattle or horses. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. $169,900.

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G-7319 - $152,900


CAVE SPRINGS / ELEVEN HILLS - 2.411 Acres on a nice lot at edge of town to build G-5791- “Mobile With 4 Acres” on. Nice neighborhood. Located on a dead end street. Marshall 583-6773/Earl 339-8051. 10652 BUCKEYE ROAD - Mobile home con$15,000. tains 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. Land suitable for crops or livestock. Priced at $35,000. Call Call To List Your Marshall 583-6773 or Earl 339-8051.

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NICE 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath home located in town. Make a nice 1st time home. Good investment property. Rental property. Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. $73,000.

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ROY WALKER DAVIS RD. - Lots ranging from 3-5 acres. All lots subject to survey and acreage size can be adjusted. Priced range from $10,000 to $21,500, depending on location and acreage. Marshall 584-6773 or Earl 339-8051.

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123 HIGHLAND AVENUE - Duplex with good income. 2 bedrooms and 1 bath with each unit. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. Priced $55,000.


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NICE 2 BEDROOM HOME, bath, home sitting on 20+/- acres, barn, metal building. Plenty of deers and turkeys for the hunters. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. $139,900.

NICE 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME located in Lancashire Estates, sitting on over 1 acre. Located close to town but with the country atmosphere. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. Priced at $169,900.

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G-4780 - Old Davistown Road

NICE BUILDING LOT and small farm - 4.88 acres with 390 feet of good frontage. Nice scenic view. Can see for miles. Call Marshall 583-6773 - Earl 339-8051. Priced at only $30,000 $28,000. REDUCED

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BEAUTIFUL 4 acres to build your dream home on. Wooded gently rolling lot with all amenities available. Abundant wildlife, privacy and seclusion, and beautiful scenery. 1272 CARRIE NATION ROAD - Lake propCall Marshall 583-6773 / Earl 339-8051. erty - 3 bedroom, 2 bath, doublewide sitting REDUCED TO $40,000. on 3 lots, with 11-1/2 x 50 deck, floating dock on the lake. Nice home or a get away from G-7007 - 5 Lots your fast paced weeks. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773. $125,000. MEADOW VIEW ESTATES: 5 nice building lots. Water and utilities on site. Upscale neighborhood with open country setting. Priced at only $15,000. Call Marshall 859583-6773 or Earl 859-339-8051.

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G - 8469 - 5287 Buckeye Road

G - 5354 - “57 House Hill”

NORTH GARRARD PROPERTY ROLLING MEADOWS - Good building lot. 1.365 acres. Close to Lake Herrington. Priced to sell at $7,500. Call Earl 339-8051 or Marshall 583-6773.


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porated into your operation to help you help the land.” She said, “Now is the time to contact your local NRCS and Soil Conservation District field office to develop a conservation plan.” For more information contact District Conservationist at 606-365-2214 or the Garrard County Conservation District at 859-792-2620.


JESSAMINE COUNTY - 25.9 ACRES of beautiful land in Jessamine Co, spectacular views. Stocked pond, lots of trails and 8 acres fenced for your horses or cattle with lots of deer and wild turkey. A 2 bedroom, 1 bath home that is still a work in progress but doesn’t need much to be complete with a bonus1 bedroom, 1 bath home that would be a perfect hunters cabin. Hurry $129,900. Call Marshall 583-6773 or Earl 339-8051.

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G-8539 1395 Teatersville Rd.


DUPLEX - Live in 1 side & rent the other. 2 bed-room duplex. High income potential. Possible owner financing. Earl 339-8051/ Marshall 583-6773. $72,000.

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In order to comply with the orders of the Garrard Circuit Court the Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court will sell the property described in actions found and described in the attachments hereto in the Garrard County Justice Center, 54 Stanford Street, Lancaster, Kentucky. Said property shall be sold to raise the amounts set forth below plus interest and other costs as stated in the judgments referenced. The sale of said property will be subject to the following terms and conditions: The terms of the sale shall be either cash or ten (10%) percent of the purchase price in the form of a cash deposit at the time of sale and balance of the purchase price on a credit of 60 days. If the purchaser elects to take credit for the balance then the purchaser will be required to post bond and furnish acceptable surety thereon. Said bond shall be for the unpaid balance of the purchase price and bear interest at the rate of twelve (12%) percent per annum from the date of sale until paid. The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay all taxes levied against said property for the current tax year and all subsequent years. The sale of the real estate shall be made subject to all zoning and building regulations, restrictions, ordinances, easements, covenants, and rights-of-way, of record, or otherwise. The property shall be sold “as is”, and possession shall pass to the purchaser upon delivery of deed. Risk of loss shall pass to the purchaser upon execution of bond of sale or payment of the purchase price whichever should occur first. A right of redemption may exist in favor of any party. Possession of the real property will be given to the purchaser upon confirmation of the report of sale by the Garrard Circuit Court, delivery of a Commissioner’s Deed to the purchaser and full payment of the purchase price plus interest as herein before described. ADDRESSES OF PROPERTIES ADVERTISED ARE APPROXIMATE. PROPERTIES WILL BE SOLD ACCORDING TO DEED DESCRIPTION. Johnny O. Bolton, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court (859) 792-8844 PROPERTY NO. 1 CASE NO.: 09-CI-00378 JUDGMENT DATE: 2/2/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $113,739.76 PLAINTIFF: CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC DEFENDANT: PHILLIPE G. SULLA, et al PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: LOTS 16 & 17, JOHN SAYLOR SUBDIVISION All that certain lots or parcels of land located near the Fisher Ford Road in Garrard County, Kentucky, and known and designated as Lots No. 16 & 17 of the John Saylor Lots as shown on map or plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 50 in the office of the Garrard County Clerk and said plat and description of said lot is incorporated by reference herein and to which plat reference is made for a more particular description. No tobacco allotment is included or conveyed by this deed. Second parties, their heirs and assigns, shall have the right together with the invitees to use the 10-foot wide walkway passway to Herrington Lake as shown on said Plat. The real estate is subject to all restrictions, easements and covenants of record, including those shown on the plat and recorded together with said plat and those recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 50 in the office of the Garrard County Court Clerk. Provided, however, the property line between Lots 15 and 16 has been modified to the following: BEGINNING at a point at the termination and in the middle of an unnamed road at the edge of the former cul-de-sac; thence North 04 degrees 06’ 59” East 84.47 feet to a right angle corner; thence N 85 degrees 53’ 01” West 20 feet to the edge of the former cul-de-sac; thence North 44 degrees 55’ 29” West 201.84 feet to the property of J. Brogli, as provided in Property Line Agreement dated 05/05/93, of record in Deed Book 161, Page 672, in the aforementioned Clerk’s Office. Further provided, however, that the parties release and abandon their interest and rights to the property as follow: BEGINNING at a point on the East side of an unnamed road, corner to Lot No. 17, Fisher Ford Estates, and forming a circle with a radius of 50 feet on the boundaries of Lots 15, 16 and 17, Fisher Ford Estates (AKA John Saylor lots) as shown on plat recorded in Plat Book 3, page 50, Garrard County Clerk’s Office, to which reference is made for a more specific description, as provided in a Release and Quit-Claim Deed dated 04/28/93, of record in Deed Book 161, Page 590, in the aforementioned Clerk’s Office. Being the same property conveyed to Phillipe G. Sulla and Shauna Sulla, husband and wife, by deed dated the 12/15/03, of record in Deed Book 222, Page 241, Garrard County Clerk’s Office. PROPERTY NO. 2 CASE NO.: 10-CI-00345 JUDGMENT DATE: 12/7/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $67,237.68 PLAINTIFF: JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE MANHATTEN CORPORATION DEFENDANT: RON S. STEVENS, et al PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 118 DICKERSON COURT Located and being in the City of Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky. On the Dickerson Court and being Lot No. 11 and one-half Lot No. 10 as shown on the plat of

Dickerson Court, Recorded in Deed Book 56, at page 347, Garrard County Clerk’s Office, the one-half Lot No. 10 herein conveyed is the East one-half of said lot beginning at a point in the center of Dickerson Court, corner to Lot No. 11 and runs in a Westerly direction a distance of 25 feet; thence a new line with remaining part of Lot No. 10 in a Southerly direction a distance of 135 feet; thence in and Easterly direction a distance of 25 feet to the corner of Lot No. 11; thence with the line of Lot No. 11, 135 feet to the point of beginning. The said Lot No. 11 is on the South side of Dickerson Court and is 50 feet wide and 135 feet deep as shown on the plat aforesaid. This conveyance is made subject to the restrictive covenants of record in Deed Book 57, Page 108, Garrard County Clerk’s Office. Being the same property conveyed to Ron S. Stevens and Donna E. Stevens aka Donna F. Stevens, husband and wife, from Dan Hall and Dorothy Hall, husband and wife, by Deed dated February 5, 2004 and recorded March 9, 2004 in Deed Book 224, Page 114, records of the Garrard County Court Clerk. PROPERTY NO. 3 CASE NO.: 10-CI-00440 JUDGMENT DATE: 7/5/2011 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $55,708.38 PLAINTIFF: FINANCIAL FREEDOM ACQUISITION LLC DEFENDANT: ANN V. TAYLOR (DECEASED) AKA ANN TAYLOR, ET AL. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 4930 OLD RAILROAD GRADE ROAD TRACT NO. 1: Located and being in Garrard County, Kentucky and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake at the Henderson branch, corner to Margaret Denny: thence leaving the creek and with the line of same S 56 E 13.2 poles to a stake or plank fence post corner to said lot and John Hoskins line; N 69-1/2 E 14 poles to a stake in said line, a new corner; N 60 ½ E 14 poles to a stake in said line, a new corner; thence a new line N 49-1/2 W 23 poles to a stake in Henderson branch one pole from a stone fence on east side of the branch, S 28 W 14.28 poles, to the beginning, containing one and one half acres and 30 poles. TRACT NO. 2: Located and being in Garrard County, Kentucky on Henderson branch near Lowell, Kentucky and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake on George Miller line, corner to Colored Church lot; thence N 16 E 10.72 poles to a stake in a small branch; thence down the branch N 44-3/4 W 25.32 poles to a stake in the southwest side of said branch; thence S 69-1/2 W 17.12 poles to Margaret Denny’s corner; thence with her line S 41 W 7.28 poles to a stake corner to same and Susie Watkins; thence S 6 E 20 poles to a stake corner to Susie Watkins, Hawkins, and Ellison; thence with Ellison’s line S 62-3/4 E 11.20 poles to a stake, corner to said Ellison and Squire Gates; thence with said Gates and Colored Church line S 78-1/2 E 25.76 poles to the beginning, containing four acres and 30 poles. Subject to any and all easements, restrictions, conditions, and legal highways of record and/or in existence. According to Plaintiff’s judgment, a manufactured home on the property is to be included in the sale. A certificate of title is necessary to transfer title to any manufactured home. The Master Commissioner is authorized to apply for a Certificate of Title on behalf of the successful purchaser at sale. Being the same property conveyed from Michael Valentour, a single man, to Ann Taylor, a widow, by virtue of a deed dated 08/20/2002 and recorded 08/20/2002 at Deed Book 212, Page 508 of the Garrard County, Kentucky real estate records. The said Ann Taylor died on or about 12/20/2009. Barry Valentour was appointed as Executor of the Estate of Ann Viletha Taylor by Order of Garrard District Court dated 03/04/2010 in Case No. 10-P-24. Pursuant to the Last Will and Testament of Ann Viletha Taylor, recorded in Will Book W 13, Page 64, her husband, Bill Taylor, retained a life estate. PROPERTY NO. 4 CASE NO.: 11-CI-00061 JUDGMENT DATE: 11/3/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $140,068.08 PLAINTIFF: U.S. BANK TRUST, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR VOLT ASSET HOLDINGS NPL3 DEFENDANT:


PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 2063 TANYARD BRANCH ROAD The following property located in Garrard County, Kentucky. To-wit; Being all of Lot 6, of Tanyard Estates Subdivision, Garrard County, Kentucky, as shown by map or plat thereof of record in Plat Cabinet 1, Slide 336, in the Garrard County Clerk’s Office; Being the same property conveyed to Mary Moore, a single person and Ronald E. Stewart, a single person who acquired title, with rights of survivorship, by virtue of deed from Daugherty Construction, Inc., dated October 28, 2005, filed November 7, 2005, recorded in Deed Book D235, Page 423, County Clerk’s Office, Garrard County, Kentucky. Subject to all restrictions, conditions and covenants and to all legal highways and easements. PROPERTY NO. 5 CASE NO.: 11-CI-00448

JUDGMENT DATE: 10/5/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $28,253.90 PLAINTIFF: THE HERBERT E. GRUBBS AND MARGARET S. GRUBBS REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST DEFENDANT: ROY ALDRIDGE, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF AHMED E. HARIDY, et al PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: TRACTS POOR RIDGE ROAD TRACT 1: Bounded on the Southwest by the 3 acre tract of land of Beatrice Grubbs; on the West by the lands of Paul Walder; on the Northwest by the lands of Abe Burton; on the North by the lands of HarveMcCulley; on the East by the Wolfe Trail Road and on the South by Poor Ridge Road, containing approximately 7 acres of land. However, there is deducted from the above described boundary about 4 acres of land, heretofore sold and conveyed by Eugene Grubbs to Eli Grubbs, by deed of record in Book #68, Page 315, Garrard County Clerk’s Office, to which reference is made for a more complete description, leaving in the above boundary approximately 3 acres. TRACT 2: About 11 miles from Lancaster, Kentucky, and on the waters of Scotts Fork and Sugar Creek and bounded as follows: Starting at the forks of Poor Ridge and Wolfe Trail Roads, thence East following the Poor Ridge Road to the center of Scott’s Fork Creek at the bridge; thence up said branch bounding on the meanders thereof S 14 E 24 poles; thence up the branch S 15 E 34 poles opposite a blue ash tree which stands on the left hand bank of the branch; thence up the branch N 15 E 34 poles to two white walnut trees to Samuel Gromer, now Landrun Newby, on the South of Lynn Camp Branch; thence with Gromer line West about 120 poles to the center of the new Wolf Trail Road; thence following the meanders of said road to the starting point, containing 83 acres, more or less. There is deducted from said boundary of land about 25 acres which the said Eli Grubbs sold and conveyed off same to Seldon Newby as appears in Deed Book #68, Page 85, Garrard County Clerk’s Office, leaving in the boundary herein conveyed about 58 acres of land. This conveyance is made subject to reservation and covenant concerning roadway in Deed Book 68, Page 85. THERE IS EXCLUDED and not conveyed herein the following: Tract A: 7.56 Acres conveyed to Kimel Gilbert and Shirley Gilbert and being part of Tract 2 herein and for a more particular description, See Plat in Plat Cabinet 4, Slide 271, Garrard County Clerk’s Office. ALSO EXCLUDED and retained by Grubbs: 1.412 Acres and for a more a particular description see survey of record in Plat Cabinet 4, Slide 269, Garrard County Clerk’s Office. Being the same property conveyed to Ahmed E. Haridy, married, by deed of Herbert E. Grubbs and Margaret S. Grubbs, Trustee for the Herbert E. Grubbs and Margaret S. Grubbs Revocable Living Trust, dated September 18, 2008, and of record in Deed Book 251, Page 366, Garrard County Clerk’s Office. PROPERTY NO. 6 CASE NO.: 12-CI-00042 JUDGMENT DATE: 12/7/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $12,167.71 PLAINTIFF: BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP DEFENDANT: JULIE H. BERRY, et al PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 112 KENNEDY LANE Located in Garrard County, Kentucky, and more particularly described as follows: Being all of Lot No. 7 in the Kamp Kennedy Subdivision as shown on a plat of said subdivision of record in Plat Cabinet 1, Page 34, in the Garrard County Clerk’s Office, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point in the Biggerstaff Camp Road, corner to Lot No.8; thence with said road N 7 degrees 17’ W 35.5 feet and N 18 degrees 32’ E 40.2 feet to a point in said road, corner to Lot No. 6; thence with Lot No. 6, S 85 degrees 00’ E 192.2 feet to a point in the Kamp Kennedy Subdivision Road; thence with said road S 11 degrees 05’ E 29.6 feet and S 0 degrees 30’ East 48.1 feet to a point in said road corner to Lot No. 8; thence the division line with Lot No. 8; 211.8 feet to the point of beginning. Being the same property conveyed to Richard Berry, married who acquired title by virtue of a deed from James William Roe and Carolyn Allen Roe, husband and wife, dated May 8, 1989, filed January 26, 1997, recorded in Deed Book 152, Page 597, as corrected by virtue of a Deed of Correction dated September 15, 1994, filed September 17, 1994, recorded in Deed Book 167, Page 299, County Clerk’s Office, Garrard County, Kentucky. Subject to all restrictions, conditions and covenants and to all legal highways and easements. PROPERTY NO. 7 CASE NO.: 12-CI-00114 JUDGMENT DATE: 11/16/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $42,510.90 PLAINTIFF: JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE MANHATTAN CORPORATION DEFENDANT: DERRICK SCOFIELD, et al


Embracing Life As We Age Garrard Circuit Clerk’s By Mary Hixson, FCS Extension Agent How old do you want to be? When children or teens are asked that question, they usually want to be older than they are, maybe 12, 16, 18 or 21. The answer varies depending on their current age. But how old do you want to be? Here are four strategies to think about when you are aging gracefully or embracing the aging process: First accept change. There are some things that you can influence and there are others that you can’t do anything about. Next, get over negative stereotypes. Ageism is negative stereotyping of older adults. Why be prejudiced against older people? You will be either old (at least to someone) or will be old by the definition set by society – 65+. Remember that to a 15 year old, a 45 year old is really old. Do you feel “old” according to your stereotype? Third, watch out for depression. The difficult changes that many older adults face – such as the death of a spouse, loss of independence, and health problems – can lead to depression, especially in those without a strong support system. But depression is not a normal or necessary part of aging. Depression symptoms such as aches and

pains and fatigue are often overlooked in the elderly. This is dangerous, because depression increases the risk of illness, death and suicide. It’s important to learn how to spot and treat depression in older adults. Frequently, mature adults who have had significant health issues believe that they won’t recover and they won’t have a healthy life ahead of them. The New England Centenarian Study found that 42% of centenarians (age 100+ years) were survivors who had significant clinically demonstrable disease(s) prior to the age of 80 years. There are 1,600+ centenarians in the study. Among the group studied is the largest sample in the world of super centenarians (age 110+ years.) There are about 107 of these oldest of the old subjects in the New England Centenarian Study. There are several predictors of reaching 100. Four of these predictors are: Substantial smoking history is rare. Centenarians are better able to handle stress than the majority of people. Conceiving naturally and bearing children after age 35 and even 40 years is a predictor for women to live to 100+. It probably isn’t the act of bearing a child in one’s forties that promotes long life,

but rather the indication that the woman’s reproductive system is aging slowly and the rest of her body is as well. At least 50% of centenarians have a first-degree relative and/or grandparents who also achieve very old age, and many have exceptionally old siblings. How can you practice healthy aging? Follow these 12 healthy behavior practices: have a positive attitude, enjoy physical activity, choose healthy eating, conduct healthy brain activities, participate in social activity, tune-in to the times, practice safety, know your health numbers, manage stress, manage your finances, get plenty of sleep and take timeouts for yourself. Embracing Life as You Age is the subject of a program on Thursday, January 31, at 2:00 pm at the Garrard County Extension Office. Please call 792-3026 to register or to receive information about this FREE program. Educational programs of Kentucky Cooperative Extension serve all people regardless of race, color, age, sex, religion, disability or national origin. University of Kentucky, Kentucky State University, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Kentucky Counties, Cooperating. Disabilities accommodated with prior notification.

Office Launches New Organ Donor Heart On License Starting Jan. 23, 2013, you can add a symbol that stands for hope and generosity on something you carry with you everywhere: your driver’s license. Like Indiana, Ohio and several other states, Kentuckians will soon have the option to have an organ donor heart printed on their license. “For more than 20 years, the Circuit Clerks of Kentucky have been educating communities about the lifesaving mission of organ donation. Thousands of kids and adults are waiting for an organ transplant today. Now, Kentuckians can proudly show their support for these patients in need,” explains Garrard County Circuit Court Clerk, Dana Hensley. When renewing a license, deputy clerks ask all Kentuckians if they would like to be a registered organ donor. Everyone who says “Yes” will have the option to have a small, blue heart with the words “Organ Donor” printed on his or her license. The

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has worked hand in hand with the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks and the Trust for Life to get the heart symbol added to driver’s license and ID cards. “This is an important advancement in Kentucky. The organ donor heart will emphasize that it’s not about signing the back of your license anymore. It’s about saying ‘Yes’ and joining the Kentucky Organ Donor Registry,” explained Shelley Snyder, Executive Director of the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ Trust For Life. Each day 18 patients die waiting for a life-saving organ transplant. Every 10 minutes a new name is added to the waiting list. Only 35 percent of Kentuckians are registered organ donors. “Everyone who comes into my office for a driver’s license or ID can add his or her name to the confidential registry and receive the Organ Donor Heart. Every heart we print, gives hope

to patients and families in need,” explained Dana Hensley. All Kentucky residents can join the Kentucky Organ Donor Registry at their Circuit Court Clerk’s office or online at <http://www.donatelifeky. org/>. Hensley also added that if you have already renewed your license you must purchase a duplicate license for $12.00 if you wish the heart logo to be present or you can wait until you renew your license again at which time the regular renewal fee would be charged. The cost is for the license renewal/duplicate, the cost to have your name on the registry is, of course, free. The Kentucky Circuit Court Clerks’ Trust For Life is a 501C(3) non-profit organization that informs, educates, and encourages Kentuckians to be registered organ & tissue donors to save lives.



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 112 HIGHLAND AVENUE Consisting of two (2) lots in Highland Heights Addition to the City of Lancaster, In Garrard County, Kentucky, and being Lots #48 and 49 as shown on the plat of said addition recorded in the Garrard County Clerk’s Office in DB 61, PG 303 and bounded as follows: On the West by Lot 47, on the South by Highland Avenue, on the East by Lot 50 and on the North by a lot formerly belonging to J.T. Raney and fronting 50 feet on said avenue, and which has on it a new dwelling house.And, Being the same property conveyed to Derrick Scofield and Laura Scofield, husband and wife, from Gerald Price and Linda Price, his wife, Shirley Price and Mildred Price, his wife and Bobby Price and Dores Price, his wife, by Deed dated 06/22/2001, recorded 07/11/2001, Deed Book 205, page 8, Garrard County Clerk’s Records, and being known as 112 Highland Avenue, Lancaster, KY. 40444. PROPERTY NO. 8 CASE NO.: 12-CI-00170 JUDGMENT DATE: 11/16/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $239,551.44 PLAINTIFF: FREEDOM MORTGAGE CORPORATION DBA FREEDOM HOME MORTGAGE CORPORATION DEFENDANT: JOHN CARL SCHERZ, III, et al PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 1213 ROGERS ROAD Being all that certain lot or parcel of land lying and being in Garrard County, Kentucky, being dominated as Lot No. 9 of that certain plat of record in Plat Cabinet 1, Slide 225, to which reference is made for a more particular description. Being the same property conveyed to John Carl Scherz III and Jennifer F. Scherz, husband and wife, from Billy R. Baker and Barbara Baker, husband and wife, by Deed dated 06/13/2008, recorded 06/16/2008, Deed Book 249, Page 981, Garrard County Clerk’s Records, and being known as 1213 Rogers Road, Lancaster, KY. 40444. PROPERTY NO. 9 CASE NO.: 12-CI-00226 JUDGMENT DATE: 12/7/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $155,672.40 PLAINTIFF: U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, a/k/a U.S. BANK. NA DEFENDANT: LEON DAVID COLLINS, et al PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 321 BRYANT’S CAMP ROAD All that tract or parcel of land in Garrard County, Kentucky on the waters of Dix River, now Herrington Lake and being more fully described as follows: Beginning at a PK nail (found) located in the center of Bryant’s Camp Road and being a corner Lot 2 of the Mallie H. Milburn property; thence, N 73 degrees 29’ 42” E, along the center of Bryant’s Camp Road, a distance of 150.00 feet to a mag nail and washer (set stamped L.W. Estes 1880), a corner to Lot 1B; thence, South 28 degrees 31’ 09” W, along the line of Lot 1B a distance of 570.19 feet to a point located at the 760 elevation of Herrington Lake, passing an iron pin

(set) at 20.00 feet and again at 375.00 feet; thence, N 48 degrees 00’ 00” W, along the 760 elevation of Herrington Lake, a distance of 90.00 feet to a point, a corner to Lot 2 of the Mallie H. Milburn property; thence, N 26 degrees 07’ 42” E, along Lot 2 of the Mallie H. Milburn property (PC 1-374), a distance of 443.48 feet to point of beginning, passing an iron pin (found stamped Fuller Lex, KY) at 87.97 feet and again at 119.11 feet; and iron Pins (set) at 184.11 feet and again at 423.48 feet; and containing 1.135 acres more or less. All bearings are referred to bearing of record along the center line of Bryant’s Camp Road as shown in plat of Mattie H. Milburn property, recorded in Plat Cabinet 1, Slide 374, said Clerk’s Office. Unless stated otherwise any monument referred to herein as an “iron pin set” is a 5/8 inch by 24 inch rebar with a 2 inch aluminum cap stamped L.W. Estes. L.P.L.S. 1880. The lot herein conveyed is subject to the rights of Bryant’s Camp Road and the said lot was surveyed by Lindon W. Estes, LPLS 1880 (Estes Engineering and Surveying, Inc.) on 9-13-99. Being the same property conveyed to Leon David Collins, now married, by deed dated October 19, 1999, of record in Deed Book 193, Page 331, in the Garrard County Clerk’s Office. PROPERTY NO. 10 CASE NO.: 12-CI-00288 JUDGMENT DATE: 11/16/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $109,668.12 PLAINTIFF: JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION DEFENDANT: RACHEL M. BLACK, et al PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 6930 SUGAR CREEK ROAD Being all of Lot No. 1, of the Dayridge Subdivision, as shown on the plat thereof of record in Plat Cabinet 2, Slide 741, in the Office of the Clerk of Garrard County, and to which reference is hereby made for a more particular description of said lot. Subject to any and all easements, restrictions, conditions, and legal highways of record and/or in existence. Being the same property conveyed to Rachel M. Black, a single woman by Deed dated 09/01/2011, recorded 10/01/2011, Deed Book 263, Page 824, Garrard County Clerk’s Records, and being known as 6930 Sugar Creek Road, Lancaster, KY. 40444. PROPERTY NO.11 CASE NO.: 12-CI-00295 JUDGMENT DATE: 12/7/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $149,720.00 PLAINTIFF: CITIMORTGAGE, INC., DEFENDANT:EDWARD T. COONS, JR., et al PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: LOT 50 OF THE MEADOWS AT DAYCREST SUBDIVISION Located in Garrard County, Kentucky, and being all of Lot 50, Phase 3, of The Meadows at Daycrest Subdivision as shown on a Plat Cabinet 3, Slide 182, Garrard County

Clerk’s Office. Being the same property conveyed to Edward T. Coons, Jr., and Deborah L. Coons, husband and wife, by Deed dated April 17, 2006 and recorded in Deed Book 237, at Page 756, in the Garrard County Clerk’s Office. PROPERTY NO. 12 CASE NO.: 12-CI-00308 JUDGMENT DATE: 12/7/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $17,369.85 PLAINTIFF: COMMUNITY TRUST BANK, INC DEFENDANT: LARRY NEIL LUNSFORD, JR., et al PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: BRUSHY CREEK ROAD A certain tract or parcel of land in Garrard County, Kentucky, on the waters of Paint Lick Creek, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a stake in the center of Best Fork of Paint Lick Creek, corner of James Baker; thence with his line, S 71 W, 45 poles to a large Elm on a drain; thence N 19 1/2 W, 71 ½ poles to a stake due West 25 poles to a white oak stump and corner to James Baker; thence due South 9 ½ poles to a stake in Abney’s line; thence leaving Abney’s line, S 49 E, 90 poles to a stake in a field; thence N 86 ½ E, 18 poles to a stake; thence S 23 ½ E, 8 ¾ poles to a walnut; thence N 63 E, 37 ½ poles to a stake, two Sycamore pointers in the creek; thence N 7 W, 18.42 poles to the beginning, containing 17 ¼ acres, more or less; also a 15-foot right of way along the east line of tract heretofore conveyed to Betty Stewart near the old county road and creek to the passable portion of the existing old county road; thence with the existing old county road to KY 21. EXCLUSION: Excluding, however, 14.71 acres previously conveyed to Julie D. Winningham by deed recorded in Deed Book 199 at Page 149, and as shown in Plat Cabinet 2 at page 763, Garrard County Clerk’s Office. There is also conveyed herewith any rights that the first parties have in and to the 15-foot easement as shown on the above-referenced plat. PROPERTY NO. 13 CASE NO.: 12-CI-00335 JUDGMENT DATE: 12/7/2012 JUDGMENT AMOUNT: $226,730.57 PLAINTIFF: JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION DEFENDANT: RANDALL PATCHEL aka RANDALL S. PATCHEL aka RANDAL S. PACHTEL, et al PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 167 CLAY AVENUE Located in Garrard County, Kentucky, and being all of Lot 46, Phase 2, of The Meadows at Daycrest Subdivision as shown on a plat in Plat Cabinet 3, Slide 7, in Garrard County Clerk’s Office. Said property was conveyed to Randall Patchel and Kathy Patchel, husband and wife, by Darrell Lamb and Hallie Lamb, husband and wife, on June 18, 2003, by deed recorded on June 20, 2003, in Deed Book 218, Page 480, in the Office of the Garrard County Clerk’s Office.


A WAY BACK 50 YEARS AGO December 3, 1963 - Mr. & Mrs. William C. Daniel of Lancaster announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Deborah Ann Daniel to Mr. Donald Lee Pearman, son of Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Pearman of Pewee Valley. Miss Daniel was graduated from the University of Kentucky. Mr. Pearman is a graduate of Mt. Vernon Academy and attended the University of Louisville. The wedding will take place in March at Lancaster Christian Church. January, 1963 - Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Jacobson are the proud parents of a baby son born December 24 at Garrard County Memorial Hospital. Due to an auto accident on December 20 in which Mrs. Jacobson was injured the baby was born with a broken leg. This is their second son and they have chosen the name Alan Lane. 45 YEARS AGO January 4, 1968 - Word was received here today at 6 am of the death of Sp/4 Robert L. Campbell in Vietnam. Robert was the son of Mrs. Martha Gainey of North Campbell Street in Lancaster. Robert was killed on Monday. January 1 when a tank in which he was a member was struck by enemy fire. He was killed instantly according to an Army report. Robert was a 1966 graduate of Garrard County High School and a member of the Golden Lion basketball team. January 11, 1968 - Mr. Stuart Powell, mayor of Lancaster, for the past two years and a member of the city council for eight years, resigned his position here on Monday night at a regular meeting of the Lancaster City Council. Mr. Powell’s resignation was accepted with regret by members of the city council January 11, 1968 -Mr. Paul Young recently purchased the

interest of Mr. W.H. Cummins in the Cummins Grocery and the store is now under the ownership of Mr. Young and Mr. Jimmy Cummins and will be known as Cummins & Young Grocery. 40 YEARS AGO January 11, 1973, - Mr. & Mrs. Calvin Duncan have purchased the Western Auto Associate Store on the square from Mr. & Mrs. E.C. Steeley. Mr. Duncan has been employed at IBM in Lexington for the past 14 1/2 years serving as a department manager at the time of resigning there. Mr. & Mrs. Duncan are both natives of Garrard County. 35 YEARS AGO January 5, 1978 - New Lancaster City Councilmen along with Mayor Billy Moss receiving the oath of office from Circuit Judge Henry C. Cox were Herbert Adams, Larry Kelly, J.E. Ray, Royce Sutton, Cecil Black and James R. Whittaker. January 12, 1978 - Marion Gibson received the award for outstanding cross country runner at the recent Garrard County High School sports banquet. Wilber Dunn was named football MVP. January 12, 1978 - Mr. & Mrs. Gary Lee Hatfield are proud to announce the birth of a baby girl weighing 4 lbs 5 1/2 oz, born December 26, 1977 at Garrard County Memorial Hospital. They have chosen the name Martina Marie. She joins a sister, Jennifer. January 12, 1978 - Eddie Cantrell’s goal with five seconds remaining in the game gave the Golden Lions an exciting come from behind 5958 win at home over the Mercer County Scotties. Cantrell finished with 15 points. 30 YEARS AGO January 6, 1983 - Ashley

An Encouraging Word

A Day Of Prayer For The Nation Howard Coop

By Howard Coop When we pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, we should, in all sincerity, pledge allegiance to “one nation under God,” and when the person elected to the high office of President of the United States takes the Oath of Office, he ends that historic oath with: “So help me God.” The ending of that significant oath should be more, much more, than merely repeating words; it would be a sincere and heart-felt prayer for guidance to God under whom this nation exists

and has prospered since its founding. Sunday, January 20, 2013, the day before the presidential inauguration, should be a special day for every American citizen who loves this land. That day has been designated as a special “Day of Prayer for the Nation.” Concerned citizens of this land who care about their beloved country are asked to unite in this special observance and pray sincerely in their own way asking for divine guidance for our nation and its leaders at this crucial point in human history.

Some think, and they have good reason for doing so, that our beloved country in which there is, and has been, freedom and independence is drifting in the wrong direction. By many, God has been excluded from the public sector. As a result, the United States is becoming a secular nation in which moral standard are less and less important. Too, it has been suggested that the USA (United States of America) is moving in the direction of becoming the USSA (United Socialist States of America) for the political ideology of

some leaders appears to be rooted in Marxism which is the foundational basis of communism. For centuries, we have lived with the confident assurance that “effectual fervent prayer” is “powerful and effective.” Therefore, when citizens of any nation “humble themselves and pray,” something significant that is healing and restorative happens in the land. When citizens of a nation are united in sincere prayer for the land they cherish, better things will be ahead.

Lee Ball arrived at Garrard County Memorial Hospital Saturday, January 1 at 12:42 pm. She was the first 1983 arrival at the hospital. Ashley’s parents are Woody and Nancy Ball. The 7 lb 6 oz little lady measured 20 1/2 inches at birth. She is welcomed by a sister Ann Katherine Gaines and a brother James Woods Ball. January 6, 1983 - Hillary Jay Cox earned the distinction as the first New Year’s baby at Ephraim McDowell memorial Hospital at 12:17 Saturday morning. Although they were expecting a Christmas baby her parents Jimmy and Linda Cox of Lancaster were nonetheless pleased.

Ray, daughter of Mrs. Mabel Ray of Mt. Hebron, has purchased The Beauty Nook on Richmond Street from Evelyn Combs. Linda has worked with Mrs. Combs for the past 18 1/2 years at The Beauty Nook.

defeated Somerset, North Laurel and host Mercer County on the way to winning the 1992 Dairy Queen Lady Scottie Holiday Classic. The three victories allow the Lady Lions to enter 1993 with a perfect record of 10 wins a 0 losses. Senior forward Carrie Sutton, who had an outstanding tournament, was named Most Valuable Player. Senior Lesley Barsotti and juniors Crystal Parker and Jenny Teater joined

Sutton on the All-Tournament team. January 14, 1993 - Michael Gay of Garrard County, son of David and Barbara Gay, has joined the Bowling Green TV station WBKO as a full-time sports reporter. Gay graduated from Western Kentucky University a year ago with a degree in Broadcasting Sports and a minor in Speech. Channel 13 is the ABC affiliate in Bowling Green.

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25 YEARS AGO December 7, 1988 - Gregory and Anna Jean Shearer of Lancaster announce with joy the birth of their daughter at 1 am January 1 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville, The first baby to be born in 1988 in Boyle and Garrard counties weighed 6 lbs 12 oz and was 19 inches in length. The little miss has been named Deneva Jean Shearer. January 7, 1988 - Linda

20 YEARS AGO January 7, 1993 - The Garrard County Lady Lions ended the 1992 portion of the schedule on a roll. The Lady Lions

Fun For You William Jerry Ayers Give me a sense of humor Lord, the will to see a joke. To get some happiness in life, then pass it on to other folks. Craig: My heart beats for you alone. Penny Kash: Nonsense, that’s just your watch ticking.

Willie Makeit: Don’t I always take you to the best restaurant in town? Mrs. Makeit: Yes, but when are you going to take me inside? There is no use to put your best foot forward, if you are going to drag the other one. Mrs. Goodfun: You remind me of a ocean. Mr. Goodfun: You mean wild, restless, and romantic? Mrs. Goodfun: No you

Willie Makeit: My wife’s been on a banana and coconut diet. Craig: Has it reduced her any yet? Willie Makeit: No, but you should see her climb trees. You can tell a child is growing up when they stop asking where they came from and start refusing to tell where they are going. Readers, hope you always have country sunshine.


ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH First Assembly Of God Church Highway 29 • Nicholasville, KY Pastor Morrison 885-7601 or 887-2975

Lancaster First Assembly Of God 495 Industry Road • Lancaster, KY Sr. Pastor Wendell Johnson Youth Pastor - Tim McClure Associate Pastor - Don Clayborn 792-9691 BAPTIST CHURCHES Beech Grove Baptist Church Buckeye Road • Lancaster, KY Pastor Jimmy Tipton Transportation 859-338-5214 Bryantsville Missionary Baptist Highway 27 N. • Lancaster, KY Pastor Bro. Tom Crawford 792-6031 Buena Vista Baptist Church 3385 Kennedy Bridge Rd. Lancaster, KY 230-0983 Pastor Bro. Kaywood Morris Drakes Creek Baptist Church 4435 Hwy. 39 N • Crab Orchard Pastor Lester Tirey Freedom Baptist Church Highway 1131 Lancaster, KY Pastor Rev. Don Groce Freedom Baptist Church 3505 South Hwy 27 606-365-8012 Worship Leader - Jim Land First Baptist Church South Paulding St. • Lancaster, KY Pastor David McPherson 792-4070 First Baptist Church Davistown 380 Davistown Rd. Lancaster, KY Pastor Rev. Lawrence D. Gassett Flatwood Baptist Church 57 N. Flatwoods Rd. Crab Orchard Pastor Ronald L. Roberts Forks Of Dix River Baptist Church US 27 N. • Lancaster, KY 792-3839 Pastor Dr. Jerry Browning Gilbert’s Creek Baptist Church Crab Orchard Road Lancaster Pastor Bro. Morris Trayner Good Hope Baptist Church 388 Walker Pike (Hwy. 1972) Paint Lick, KY Pastor Bro. Mike Hatter 859-792-9075 Hyattsville Baptist Church 3245 Richmond Rd. • Lancaster Pastor Gary Durham 792-4851

Immanuel Baptist Church Walnut & Elm • Crab Orchard, KY Lancaster Baptist Church 201 Richmond St. • Lancaster, KY 792-2993 or 792-2781 Pastor Dr. Harold Best

Lancaster Christian Church (Disciples Of Christ) 211 Stanford St. • Lancaster, KY Pastor Don Burton 792-2931 Leavel Green Christian Church Hwy. 954, • Lancaster, KY Pastor Harvie Spry

Liberty Baptist Church 8988 Buckeye Rd. • Lancaster, KY 339-3764 Pastor Rev. Dallas Murphy

New Antioch Christian Church 5442 Buckeye Road • Lancaster Pastor Val McCord • 792-3085

Mt. Hebron Baptist Church 2910 Mt. Hebron Rd • Lancaster 548-4406 Pastor Grant Hardwick

Paint Lick Christian Church Paint Lick, KY Pastor Ted Faulconer

Pleasant Run Baptist Church Tommy Murphy Road • Lancaster Pastor: Mitchell Brown Mt. Tabor Baptist Church 10502 Richmond Rd. Paint Lick • Pastor Joe Tuttle

Pleasant Grove Christian Church 394 Hwy. 34 • Lancaster, KY Pastor David Shoot 548-4122 Scott’s Fork Christian Church Poor Ridge Pike • Lancaster, KY Pastor Odis Clark 792-6829

St. Paul Predestinarian Baptist South Campbell • Lancaster, KY 792-6181 Pastor Barry Bowman

Victory Christian Church 660 Stanford Road • Lancaster, KY Guest Pastor Ricky Davis, Children’s Ministries 859-792-4474

Lancaster Baptist Tabernacle 206 Crab Orchard St. • Lancaster 792-1455 • Pastor Jason Wheeler Sun.School 9:45; Sun. AM 10:45 Sun. PM 6 PM; Wed. 7 PM

CHURCH OF CHRIST Maple Avenue Church Of Christ Maple Ave. • Lancaster, KY 792-2710 Preacher Frank Cleaver

Wallaceton Baptist KY Hwy. 21 • Paint Lick, KY 986-1671 Pastor Tim Pack

CHURCH OF GOD Harmon’s Lick Church Of God 3498 Harmon’s Lick Road Crab Orchard, KY 40419 Pastor Pete & Rosetta Fields 859-792-6608 / cell 606-521-5396

White Lick Baptist Church 5606 Cartersville Road Berea, KY 40403 (859) 925-4641 Valley Baptist Church 4482 Copper Creek Road Berea, KY 40403 (Garrard Co.) Pastor Tony Shelton (859) 925-2262 or (606) 308-1496 Hedgeville Baptist Church Hwy 52, Danville Road Pastor Bro. Travis Farris Deaf Ministry (859) 236-0062 God’s Will Baptist Church 60 Enterprise Dr., Lancaster, KY Elder Kenan McWhorter, Pastor Pleasant Valley Baptist Church 1597 Boones Creek Rd • Lancaster Pastor Joseph Shea Brown CATHOLIC CHURCHES St. William Catholic Church 224 Lexington St. • Lancaster, KY 792-4009 Father Peter Joseph CHRISTIAN CHURCHES Bethel Christian Church 2314 Bethel Road (Hwy. 1131) Lancaster, KY Pastor W. Dale Ballinger (859) 925-2110 Fairview Christian Church 6697 Richmond Road Paint Lick Pastor Jody Stamper 606-875-2523

New Day Worship Center 1678 Lexington Rd. • Lancaster 792-4333 • 339-1281 Pastor Jeremy Gilliam Paint Lick Church Of God Paint Lick, KY Pastor Patrick Roberts

METHODIST CHURCHES Bryantsville United Methodist Hwy. 27 • Bryantsville, KY Pastor Rev. W. Shane Frederick Gunns Chapel United Methodist Buckeye Road • Lancaster, KY Walter Sizemore (502) 939-5858 Lambert’s Chapel United Methodist 950 Rogers Road Lancaster, KY 859-699-2431 Pastor Matthew Williams Lancaster United Methodist 200 Stanford St. • Lancaster, KY 792-3494 • 792-6017 Pastor Rev. Terry Vickous Paint Lick United Methodist 10931 Richmond Rd. • Paint Lick Pastor Bobby Stinnett

PENTECOSTAL CHURCHES Cartersville Pentecostal Copper Creek Rd. • Cartersville Dix River Pentecostal Church Highway 27 South Pastor Walter Bowling 792-3584 Pentecostal Fellowship Church 574 Jaycees Park Rd. • Lancaster Pastor Tommy Wall • 792-3339 Harvest Time Ministries Richmond Street Pastor Tom King Friday Night 7:30 pm Sunday Afternoon 2 pm PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES First Presbyterian Church 105 Danville St. • Lancaster, KY 792-2841 Interim Pastor Rev. Lisa Eye

Preachersville United Methodist KY 39 S. • Crab Orchard, KY Pastor Charles Haselwood

Old Paint Lick Presbyterian Church Hwy. 52 at Manse • Paint Lick, KY 885-7640, 421-2513 Pastor Bryce McGowan

NAZARENE CHURCHES Lancaster Church Of The Nazarene 131 Victory Lane • Lancaster, KY 792-3254 Pastor Leon Thomas

REDEMPTION CHURCHES Redemption Road Church 1560 Hustonville Road Suite 217 Danville, KY 40422

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FULL GOSPEL CHURCHES Fall Lick Pentecostal Holiness 4671 Fall Lick Rd. • Lancaster, KY 859-624-3110 Pastor Bro. Odell Horn INTERDENOMINATIONAL Hopewell Gospel Ministries Camp Nelson • Bryantsville, KY 548-3004

HOLINESS CHURCHES Cupps Chapel Holiness Church Copper Creek Rd. • Lancaster, KY Pastor Dwayne Carpenter

Faith Outreach Apostolic Church In Jesus Name 207 Stanford St. • Lancaster Pastor Joyce Thompson 792-3364

Harmon’s Lick Free Pentecostal Holiness Church Lancaster, KY For Information call: Deacon Guy Lamb 792-8098 INTERDENOMINATIONAL CHURCHES God’s Landmark Community Christian Church 1433 Kennedy Bridge Road Lancaster Pastor Bob Rawlings (859) 351-6280 Asst. Gary Noe Lancaster Full Gospel Outreach 210 S. Campbell Street Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Pastor Allen Sparks (859) 792-9114

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THREE HOUSES FOR RENT: No pets except guide dogs. Must furnish references. Call for more information. 859339-9584 (06-14-tfc) ........................................ FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment on Pleasant View Drive. $450 per month + deposit and lease. Call Gary at 859-748-0409. (6-21-tfc) ......................................... FOR RENT: House and duplexes for rent. 7924118 or 983-4953. (12-02-tfc) ........................................ DUPLEX FOR RENT: 2 bedroom. $400 per month + deposit. Call 859-229-0342 (10-4-tfc) ........................................ FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 bath house; 2 bedroom 1-1/2 bath duplex; and 1 bedroom apartment, utilities furnished. Call 606-669-1020 or 859-3390452. (01-08-tfc) ......................................... FOR RENT: 14 X 70 Mobile Home in North Garrard. Call 229-0342. (11-15-tfc) .......................................

FOR RENT: Duplex in north Garrard. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, KU Electric. $500 month + $500 deposit. Call 859983-5050. (12-13-tfc) ....................................... FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 bath duplex. All appliances. Call 859229-6583. (01-17-tfc) ....................................... FOR RENT: 2 bedroom duplex in Pleasant View. $425 month + $425 deposit. Call 859-6219174. (12-20-tfc) ........................................ TRAILER FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 2 bath, utility room, no pets except guide dogs, references, lease and deposit required. Located in Paint Lick area. 859358-5740 or 859792-3777 (01-17-1tp)

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(6-11-52tp) ........................................ FOR RENT: Duplex, all new- 2 bedroom, 1 bath, stove/refrigerator, garage. No pets except guide dogs. Reference and deposit required. 859-2382201 or 859- 239-0417. (05-10-tfc) .......................................... FOR RENT: Two houses. Hamilton Ave house $575 + deposit and Ponderosa house $550 + deposit. Call 859-339-1209. (01-10-tfc) ......................................... FOR RENT: 2 or 3 bedroom brick, quite residential area., garage, full basement, large lot. Deposit + lease. 859-7923576 no answer – leave message. (01-10-tfc) ......................................... HOUSE FOR RENT: Located at 316 Richmond Street. No pets except guide dogs, no smoking. $650 month + $650 deposit. Call 859-3392238. (12-13-tfc) ......................................... FOR RENT: 2 rooms in my home. Call 203-9948848 for more information. Rent is reasonable. Background/credit check required. (01-17-1tp) ......................................... FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house w/ full basement. Good neighbors. $450 per month + deposit. 859792-2875- if no answer leave message. (01-10-tfc) ......................................... FOR SALE FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home and three acres on Conn Lane. Call 859-792-2270 (01-10-6tp)

LOT FOR SALE EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT FOR SALE: Only one mile from town on Sugar Creek Road (Hwy. 1355). Country living with city conveniences. PRICE REDUCED. Call 859-319-4037 or 859339-2649. (11-03-tfc)

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• Ronnie & Mildred Broadus Farms - Lexington Road & Sugar Creek Road. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-13 • David & Debbie Middleton Property On U.S. 27 (Stanford Road) Lincoln & Garrard County & property on Jim Clark Road. . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13 • Paul Black Farms, Hwy. 1355 (Sugar Creek Road). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-13 • Sutton Pharmacy, Inc. Property On Hammonds Rd. off Fall Lick. . . . . . .4-13 • Julia Kash Rowand - Lots 8 & 9 Tranquil Hills Subdivision Off Bryants Camp Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-13 • Michael & Koleta Condon, property on Sugar Creek & Three Forks.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13 • Kitchings Farm - 3600 Nina Ridge Road & Dan East Hill Road. . . . . . . .10-13 • William Noe Farm - 2952 Poor Ridge Pike. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-12 • Allyn Sharp Farm, 3199 Fisher Ford Road and Sharp Farm on Sutton Lane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13 • Paul & Kathy Tuggle farm, 843 Jim Clark Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13 • Darby & Vernon Montgomery Farms - Mt. Hebron Road, Thompson Road, Crab Orchard Road & Sugar Creek Road. . . . . . . . . . . 6-13 • M.K. & Ruby Thompson Heirs, Perkins Farm Heirs On Crab Orchard Road, John Thompson & Phyllis Halloran . . . . . . . . . . .5-13 • Jimmy C. Edgington Farm, Tuggle Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-13 • Paula Tuggle property at 703 Jim Clark Road. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13 • Joe Cokers property on Long Branch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13 • Sparks Farms on White Lick Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-13 • Jim & Ethel Bailey,property at 2447 Lexington Road And 1902 Ballard Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-12 • Ed Wuskell, Stingy Creek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-12 • Gilbert & Ann Tuggle, 10725 Lexington Road, & 669 Kennedy Bridge Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-13

Treasury Department urges remaining paper check recipients to make the switch now to direct deposit or a prepaid card. Washington, D.C. (January 8, 2013) –The U.S. Department of the Treasury today reported that 5 million checks continue to be mailed to federal beneficiaries each month. With just two months remaining until the March 1, 2013, electronic payment law goes into effect, the Treasury Department is urging Social Security and other federal benefit recipients to not delay and switch now to either direct deposit or the Direct Express® Debit MasterCard® card. “Choosing direct deposit or the Direct Express® card makes it easier, safer and more convenient for beneficiaries to receive their payments. Switching to an electronic payment is not optional – it’s the law,” said David Lebryk, commissioner of the Treasury Department’s Financial Management Service. “If you or a loved one still receive paper checks for your benefit payments, now is the time to switch. It’s free and easy – just call 1-800-3331795 or visit” Currently, approximately 93 percent of Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments are being made electronically. Converting the remaining paper check recipients to electronic payments will save American taxpayers $1 billion over the next 10 years.

• S & L Woodward, Hwy. 52 W & Hwy 1150. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12 • Naylor - Vockery property on Polly’s Bend Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13 • Earl Parker Farm On Maupin Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-13 • Paul And Suzanne Wells at 4129 White Lick Road, Paint Lick. . . . . . . . . 10-14 • Ronald Parsons, 2 Farms - 1678 Copper Creek Road & 3164 Copper Creek Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13 • Jimmy & Mona Doolin Farm on Sugar Creek Road & The Doolin Farm On Fisher Ford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-12 • Ronnie & Patty Brown, 652 Copper Creek Road, Paint Lick. . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12 • Ida White Property - 2118 Gaffney Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10-12 • John & Eilene Breimayer, 616 C. Valley Drive, Berea, KY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 • Richard & Debbie Kollros, Property 747 Maupin Road. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 • St. Paul Predestinarian Baptist Church, 406 South Campbell St. and 414 South Campbell Street . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-13 • M. C. Hagan Farm - Hwy 954 - Cartersville.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13 • Richard & Ruth Putnam Farm on Broaddus Branch Road. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13 • Marvin & Barbara Jefferies property at 4702 Poor Ridge Pike . . . . . . . . .4-13 • Paul Ruble 2 farms in Buena Vista. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-13 • Mark & Loreta Welch, 173 Brewer Way Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13 • Sharon Broaddus property at 3963 Mt. Hebron Road. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13 • Loyd B. / Ruth Ann Caudill, 419 Mildred Lane.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-13 • Norma McFadden Farm, 620 Old Bryantsville Road. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-13 • Danny & Judy Browning’s Property at end of Conn’s Lane . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-13 • Tim Day / Thoroughbred Mechanical Insulation, 837 Drakes Creek Road, Crab Orchard, Ky 40419. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13


Spreading the word about electronic payments The Treasury Department published a final rule in December 2010 to gradually phase out paper checks for federal benefit payments. Since May 1, 2011, all people newly applying for federal benefits, including Social Security, SSI, Veterans Affairs, Railroad Retirement Board, Office of Personnel Management benefits and other non-tax payments, have had to choose direct deposit or the Direct Express® card at the time they sign up for their benefits. March 1, 2013, is the final deadline by which all remaining federal benefit check recipients must receive their money electronically. The Treasury Department’s Go Direct® public education campaign is working with more than 1,800 partner organizations throughout the country to spread the message about the electronic payment rule and educate federal benefit recipients about their options. The campaign has developed and shared a variety of public service announcements, educational videos, check inserts and other materials to explain how electronic payments work and how to make the switch from paper checks. The videos and materials are available on the Go Direct campaign website at www. “The Treasury Department has taken great strides to support and guide check recipients through the


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change to electronic payments, and we’re increasing our efforts significantly in the final two months before the deadline,” Lebryk said. “We have a team of friendly, helpful agents standing by at our call center, and many financial institutions, caregivers, senior services providers and advocates for people who are homeless or have disabilities have the necessary information and resources to help federal benefit recipients make the switch.” Switch to electronic payments now before time runs out Check recipients can sign up for direct deposit or the Direct Express® card by calling toll-free 1-800-333-1795, visiting, or talking to their local federal paying agency office. The process is fast, easy and free. By taking a few minutes to gather the necessary information ahead of time, most federal benefit recipients can sign up for electronic payments with one phone call. Individuals will need their Social Security number or claim number, their 12-digital federal benefit check number and the amount of their most recent federal benefit check. If choosing direct deposit, recipients also will need their financial institution’s routing transit number, (often found on a personal check) account number and account type (checking or saving). There are no sign-up fees or monthly fees to receive benefits electronically.

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LEGAL NOTICE By order of the Garrard Circuit Court dated December 21, 2012, I have been appointed Warning Order Attorney in the case of JP Morgan Chase Bank, National Association, Successor by Merger to Chase Manahattan Mortgage Corporation v. Unknown Defendants, Who are the Heirs and/or Devisees and/or Legatees, of Janice L. McCarty (deceased), et al. I have been appointed as Warning Order Attorney for the Unknown Defendants, who are the Heirs and/or Devisees and/or Legatees of Janice L. McCarty (deceased); the Unknown Defendants, who are the Spouses of the Heirs and/or Devisees and/or Legatees of Janice L. McCarty (deceased); the Unknown Defendants who may have or claim an interest in the property which is the subject matter of this action

For Only

through Janice L. McCarty (deceased); the Unknown Occupants, if any, of 100 Ridgeway Drive, Lancaster, Kentucky; and the Unknown Spouse, if any, of Janice L. McCarty (decreased), to warn that an action has been filed in the Garrard Circuit Court, Civil Action No. 12-CI00430. Said Defendants are herby warned that, unless a response is filed to this suit within fifty (50) days of the date of my appointment, the Plaintiff may proceed with this matter and the Court may enter a judgment for the relief sought in the Complaint. Any party claiming an interest should contact this attorney as soon as possible at his office located at 57 Public Square, Lancaster, Kentucky 40444 or by telephone at (859) 792-1887. /s/Chris A. Whitworth Attorney at Law (1-10-2tc) .........................................



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Garrard Central Record - January 17, 2013  

The electronic edition of the Garrard Central Record newspaper in Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky for January 17, 2013.