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INSIDE Bell County Accident in Pineville
routes in Harlan
PINEVILLE — Starting Community, opponents of
on Monday, nearly two the policy can sign a peti-
dozen Bell County stu- tion for its reversal.
dents that live in Harlan In less than one day,
County will no longer be Charla Evans has collected
able to catch the bus in the nearly 50 signatures to
Pathfork and Black Star reverse the decision.
communities. Evans’ son, Charles,
Students will now have goes to Bell County’s Page
to travel about two miles to School Center, and she
a new bus stop in Bell wants to make sure he and
County. other students can catch the
Bobcats scrimage The decision to keep bus in Harlan County to go
LORIE SETTLES/Middlesboro Daily News
Clay County Bell County buses from to Bell County schools.
An afternoon crash on 25E in Pineville left one vehicle severely dam-
collecting students in Har- Charla Evans says,
— Page 10 lan County was made early “These children may not aged. An unidentified woman driving a white Nissan Altima was trav-
this week by educators have the money to be taken eling south on 25E, when she rear-ended a Ford F-150, though the
events leading to the crash are still unclear.
YOUR from both districts, and has to the bus stop. To me,
earned criticism from some that’s discrimination and Both drivers escaped the collision unharmed and the driver of the
COMMUNITY Harlan County residents. it’s wrong.” Ford was able to drive his truck away from the scene. Members of the
At Green's Grocery Pineville Fire Department and Pineville Police Chief Bill Matthews
Store, in the Pathfork • See BUS, page 14
UK basketball responded to the scene.
Calipari to visit ACT
Join the Bell County
Chamber of Commerce
on Friday, Sept. 3, from
5 p.m. to 7 p.m., for the
Coach John Calipari
BY LORIE SETTLES
The event will be held
at the Middlesboro Com-
munity Center (old High school students
YMCA), located at 705 across the country have
North 30th Street. formed a reluctant acquain-
Tickets are on sale tance with college readi-
now for $40 through ness exams.
the Chamber of Com- Preparing for the ACT
merce. or SAT examinations often
The ticket will include leave high school seniors
a 30-minute speech from exhausted and tense. Win-
the Coach, an auto- ning acceptance and schol-
graphed copy of arships to one’s chosen
“Bounce Back” written school hinge largely on the
by Calipari, along with a outcome of the tests, and
picture with him. students with college aspi-
For more information rations know the price of a
or to reserve tickets, low score.
please call the Bell In an effort to increase
County Chamber of Join the ladies of the frontier (pictured above) at noon today for a sitting of tea, as well as some fine readiness for the exam, as
Commerce at (606) 248- conversation. The cultural event will offer a glimpse into the life of women on the frontier, beginning well as for college course-
1075. at 10 a.m. at Wilderness Road State Park (Ewing, Va.). work, the state of Kentucky
enacted a requirement for
Women on the Frontier, history to be juniors to take the exam
three years ago.
Since then, the scores
recreated today at WRSP for Kentucky juniors have
increased, from a total
Staff Report Martin’s Station today to learn more of their lives composite score of 18.2 to
and of their hardships — as they fight to raise 18.5.
EWING, Va. — The colonial frontier wasn’t their families along the Wilderness Road, and Evidence of the trend
settled by men alone; women were the home- make their new home upon the frontier. can be found in school dis-
makers, the stability, and their work was never The event will begin at 10 a.m. and extend tricts in Bell County.
finished. The work of frontier women was often- through late afternoon, projected to conclude “We did show some
times trying, extremely exhausting, and under around 5 p.m. At noon, you can join the ladies of improvement in our Eng-
appreciated; and today, on the grounds of the the frontier for a sitting of tea, as well as some lish and Reading scores,
Wilderness Road State Park (WRSP), frontier fine conversation. and our total composite
women will be celebrated through a unique and As a special bonus program, join the park later was higher,” said Middles-
historically-relevant event. that evening (around 8 p.m.) for “Alarm at boro High School Principal
“We have a great program here, especially Martin’s Station” — when attack is imminent! Shelia Smith.
with assistance from the wonderful female staff Prepare yourself for a night of peril, as a hostile Juniors at Pineville
from Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, war party approaches historic Martin’s Station. Independent matched the
including Pam Eddy and Tommie Sue Livesay. Will you stand with Captain Joseph Martin as he scores of the previous class
We are going to have a great battle at night, as prepares to defend hearth and home, with his this year, but scores from
well,” expressed Michael Brindle, concessions main support being that of the women staying at Join the park later Saturday the 2009 class did show an
manager at WRSP. his fort, while the men are off at battle. evening, starting around 8 p.m., increase over 2008, accord-
So stroll back in time and take a glimpse into Both events are free, but normal parking rates for ‘Alarm at Martin’s Station’— ing to Paula Goodin, Direc-
the life of women on the frontier, struggling to will apply. Parents are encouraged to bring their when attack is impending and tor of Pupil Personnel &
provide for a family. Learn the everyday chores children along for a special day of play and tra- unavoidable! Prepare yourself Instructional Supervisor
of cooking on an open fire, washing clothes and dition. Call (276) 445-3065 for additional infor- for a night of peril, as a hostile for the school.
hunting game for food. Join the women of mation. war party approaches. • See SCORES, page 14
Union College campus now a tobacco-free zone
Staff report College London Center, co-free. The University visitors to the campus.
and any properties of Kentucky is among Individuals and groups
BARBOURVILLE leased, owned or operat- those.”
— The Union College who lease campus facili-
ed by the college. President de Rosset ties will also be expected
campus is now tobacco- In a notification to the also pointed to Ken-
free. to comply with the poli-
campus community, tucky communities, cy.
Union President Ed de including London, that The gradual move
tobacco-free policy went
Rosset said Union “joins have adopted “highly
into effect August 2 and toward a tobacco-free
a large and quickly grow- restrictive tobacco use
applies to the entire Bar- campus began with poli-
ing number of colleges policies.”
bourville campus, Union cies to limit second-hand
and universities, includ- The new policy affects
ing many in Kentucky, the employees and stu- smoke.
which have gone tobac- dents of Union, as well as • See UNION, page 14
Reader submitted photo
How can you
not love a smile
like this?! This is
Molly Sue. She
spends her sum-
mers in Pineville,
Ky and the rest of
the year in
She is obsessed
with tennis balls
and loves to play
and run outside.
Her owner is
Reader submitted photo Ky.
Above is Tanner. He is a labrador Reader submitted photo
retriever and his owner is Brad Ziggy is my leopard gecko. He is two-years-old. He was a res-
Venable of Pineville. Love those cue pet and I love him very much. His owner is Kimberly Runge
puppy dog eyes! of Middlesboro.
Reader submitted photo
Jack and Rufus (at left)
are the family dogs of Katie
Jackson of Pineville. Jack
is a German
Shepherd/Chow mix and
Rufus is a Hound and
German Shepherd mix.
We adopted Jack from a
family friend as a newborn.
He's hyper, but we all love
him. His best friend is a
turtle. Rufus, on the other
hand, I found as a stray
puppy. We took him in
and nursed him to health.
He's a sweetheart, but very
good for turning up with
random animals at the
house. We're very glad to
Attention Pet Owners! Reader submitted photo
Our pets are an important part of our lives. The Daily News under- Let’s Owners are permitted to live with the pets at their home
stands this; that’s why we started this page. So send us those pictures of keep the in Ambleside. The pets sleep with their owners, get up
your special friend, whatever animal it may be. tri-state at 6:30 AM and spend each day keeping their owners,
All you have to do is e-mail your pictures to twebb@heartlandpubli-
cations.com with “Special Pets” in the subject line. The pictures MUST
area beautiful! Major (R) Charles E. and Pamela D. Bowling, of
Middlesboro, busy. Bella Mazie (left) and Chesna
Please don’t litter.
be in a JPEG format and of your pet ONLY—no humans in the picture! Public service message courtesy of
Marie (right), Yorkshire Terriers, were born 4/5/10
Be sure to include your pet’s name, your name, address and phone num- and are twins. They are very intelligent and are jealous
ber (just in case we have any questions) and a brief description of your concerning each one’s twin and their significant human.
pet (name, breed, what type of pet, age, how they became your pet, etc.)
and why you feel your pet is so special! We publish this section every
other Saturday. Your pet will run in the order received , so please be 2011 Got Pets Calendar
patient! Start snapping those photos of your best friend today!
Friends of the Shelter invites you to enter a photo and/or a six word memoir of
your beloved pet for a chance to be included in the 2011 Got Pets Calendar. 13 pho-
Everybody Needs a tos will be selected-one for the calendar cover and one for each month, plus 75-80
additional pet photos will be used throughout the calendar. Several of the six word
stories or memoirs will be chosen to use as filler in this years calendar. We look for-
Buddy ward to seeing photos of your pets both large and small and reading your six word
Vicki Stebner, Beavercreek, Ohio, had always wanted to name a memoirs about them.
dog "Buddy" because that's what she called dogs when she didn't
know their names. But the dog she fell in love with on Entry forms are available at the following locations:
Petfinder.com was a collie/St.Bernard mix (a St. Bollie, Stebner
says) named Petrie. Home Federal Bank (Main Branch)
"I was unable to go see him that weekend," she says, "but my First State Financial (Main Branch)
husband went and called me, saying, 'He's gorgeous; you'll love Krogers
him.'" That was enough for her. "After hearing about his sweet Food City
disposition, I gave my OK to go ahead and sign the forms for adop- Pizazz Salon in Cumberland Gap
tion, sight unseen on my part. When I 'met' him at the shelter a few Wilderness Road Outfitters in the Middlesboro Mall
days later, I could see why my husband fell for him." Harris Printing in Pineville
Petrie had been dropped at the overnight drop door at the Pic Pac in Pineville
Humane Society of Preble County in Eaton, Ohio. Shortly after Bell County Animal Clinic
that, the staff posted him on Petfinder, which harbors over 340,000 Russell Veterinary Services
adoptable pets in more than 13,000 animal adoption groups nation- Harrogate Hospital for Animals
wide and in Canada. Bell County Animal Shelter
The shelter staff showed the Stebners the information sheet that
the previous owner had filled out when he or she dropped the dog Photo Rules:
at the door. In an uncanny twist of fate, the name on the "Name of Submit a clear, sharp BW/color photo of your pet (no humans please) along with
Pet" line on the form was "Buddy." Apparently the staff hadn't entry form and fee. Photo size is 4x6”. Photos entered in previous Got Pets photo
noticed that when they dubbed him "Petrie" on his Petfinder.com contests are not eligible in this contest. Photos will not be returned, so please do not
listing. send your only copy. Each photo must be accompanied by an entry form and fee,
Of course, Stebner had already planned to change the dog's but there is no limit on the number of photos you may enter. Persons whose photos
name from Petrie to Buddy, but, she says, "That just confirmed to are selected for the cover and months will be notified by October 1, 2010 and will
me that this was meant to be my dog." receive a complimentary copy of the calendar.
"He fits in perfectly with our family," Stebner says, "and has
been well-trained by his previous owner. We've adapted to a few of
his quirks, and couldn't have ordered a sweeter pet. Petfinder is a Six Word Story or Memoir Rules:
great resource for finding the pet that needs you as much as you In six words, tell us a story about your pet. Each six word story or
need them." memoir must be accompanied by an entry form and there is no limit to
Vicki Stebner has found the buddy she always wanted. the number of memoirs you may enter.
Got Pets Entry Form (for a photo, a memoir or both)
Pet’s name (for photo entries only)
Entry fee: Make checks payable to Friends of the Shelter
_____$5.00 one 1 1/4x1 1/4” photo with no names on
____$50.00 one 2x2” photo with pet and owner names
on sponsored photo page
Six word story or memoir:
Mail to: Betty Nagle, 2522 Cumberland Ave., Middlesboro, Ky.
40965 by contest deadline Sept 1, 2010
THE DAILY NEWS |SATURDAY | AUGUST 14, 2010 PAGE 3
Local 5-Day Forecast
TODAY IN BRIEF Sat
— World News —
100-year-old Scotch cate the brew. The original recipe for
the Scotch no longer exists. 93/72 90/72 89/69 90/71 87/69
pulled from frozen Once samples have been extracted
A few thunderstorms A few thunderstorms Scattered thunder- A few thunderstorms A few thunderstorms
crate and sent to Scottish distiller Whyte and possible. Highs in possible. Highs in storms. Highs in the possible. Highs in possible.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand —A Mackay, which took over Mackinlay's the low 90s and lows the low 90s and lows upper 80s and lows the low 90s and lows
crate of Scotch whisky that was trapped distillery many years ago, the 11 bottles in the low 70s. in the low 70s. in the upper 60s. in the low 70s.
in Antarctic ice for a century was final- will be returned to their home — under
Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset
ly opened Friday — but the heritage the floorboards of Shackleton's hut at 6:52 AM 8:27 PM 6:52 AM 8:26 PM 6:53 AM 8:25 PM 6:54 AM 8:23 PM 6:55 AM 8:22 PM
dram won't be tasted by whisky lovers Cape Royds on Ross Island, near
because it's being preserved for its his- Antarctica's McMurdo Sound.
torical significance. Whisky lover Michael Milne, a Scot
The crate, recovered from the who runs the Whisky Galore liquor out-
Antarctic hut of renowned explorer Sir let in Christchurch, described the rare
Ernest Shackleton after it was found
there in 2006, has been thawed very
event as a great experience.
"I just looked at this (crate) and hon-
Kentucky At A Glance
slowly in recent weeks at the estly, my heartbeat went up about three
Canterbury Museum in Christchurch on paces. It was amazing," he said. "The
New Zealand's South Island. box was like a pioneer's box with the
The crate was painstakingly opened wood and nails coming out," he said. Louisville
to reveal 11 bottles of Mackinlay's Although Milne said he'd give any- 95/78
Scotch whisky, wrapped in paper and Frankfort
thing to have a taste of the whisky. "It is 93/73
straw to protect them from the rigors of
a rough trip to Antarctica for not going to happen and I am not going
Shackleton's 1907 Nimrod expedition. to get excited about it," he said. "But if
there was ever an opportunity, it could Lexington
Though the crate was frozen solid Paducah
when it was retrieved earlier this year, be a wonderful one to have." 92/73
the whisky inside could be heard slosh- Nigel Watson, executive director of 97/75
ing around in the bottles. Antarctica's the Antarctic Heritage Trust, which is Bowling Green
minus 22 Fahrenheit (-30 Celsius) tem- restoring the explorer's hut, said open- 94/75
perature was not enough to freeze the ing the crate was a delicate process.
liquor, dating from 1896 or 1897 and The crate will remain in cold storage Middlesboro
described as being in remarkably good and each of the 11 bottles will be care- 93/72
condition. fully assessed and conserved over the
This Scotch is unlikely ever to be next few weeks. Some samples will be Area Cities
tasted, but master blenders will exam- extracted, possibly using a syringe City Hi Lo Cond. City Hi Lo Cond. City Hi Lo Cond.
ine samples of it to see if they can repli- through the bottles' cork stoppers. Ashland 91 70 t-storm Glasgow 93 74 t-storm Murray 96 76 t-storm
Bowling Green 94 75 t-storm Hopkinsville 94 74 t-storm Nashville, TN 93 76 t-storm
— National News — Cincinnati, OH
Cynthiana 93 71 t-storm Madisonville 95 74 t-storm Prestonsburg 90 70 t-storm
6 Detroit firefighters Firefighters returned and entered Danville
the building, and bricks and other
hurt in battling blaze debris fell on them, the commission-
Evansville, IN 96 75 t-storm Morehead 90 70 t-storm Somerset 92 72 t-storm
DETROIT— A burning two-story Frankfort 93 73 t-storm Mount Vernon 91 71 t-storm Winchester 91 73 t-storm
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Detroit Mayor Dave Bing said he National Cities
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Friday, injuring five firefighters,
hear it may have been arson. Atlanta 86 74 t-storm Houston 94 78 t-storm Phoenix 105 86 mst sunny
including one who suffered a spinal Boston 80 60 sunny Los Angeles 77 61 pt sunny San Francisco 59 52 pt sunny
It is "our responsibility as a com-
injury, authorities said. Chicago 89 71 t-storm Miami 91 81 t-storm Seattle 86 61 sunny
Those five and another firefighter munity to help put an end to the dan- Dallas 102 82 pt sunny Minneapolis 86 65 pt sunny St. Louis 96 78 t-storm
who later strained his back fighting gerous and irresponsible behaviors Denver 85 59 mst sunny New York 80 71 mst sunny Washington, DC 85 75 pt sunny
the blaze were taken to hospitals for that put all of us at risk," the mayor
treatment, fire officials said. Many said in a statement.
of them had broken bones. By midmorning, clouds of dark Moon Phases UV Index
City fire Commissioner James smoke that earlier shrouded the
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Mack called the fire "suspicious" and scene had weakened into a lighter
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it's funny. But we don't need it, "This is really quite shocking. It's
because people can get hurt. People a punch to the gut," said Joshua
can get killed."
Fire personnel arrived at the scene
at 5 a.m. and extinguished the blaze,
Elling, director of a neighborhood
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Phone: (606) 248-1010 ext. 206
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The architect of SB 1070
came to Phoenix to cover the culmi- gize, nor should anyone else apologize “There are many undocumented They have no business here, and gov-
I nation of anti-immigrant law SB
1070, and I ended up right in the
beginning of it. I sat face to face with
for enforcing our laws. Our laws are not
as harsh as Mexico's, our laws are not
as harsh as most other countries'," he
Hispanics in the Mormon Church who
are sent out on missions and even serve
as bishops," I told him.
ernment is complicit. Government has
the blood on their hands for this, for
their failure to enforce the law."
the political force behind the controver- said. "We're very generous, we allow "I am not going to get into religion," I wondered what his motivation was
sial law: Arizona State more people legally to come into the he said, again and again and again, for a for proposing such an extreme, hard-
Sen. Russell Pearce U.S. than any other civilized nation total of seven times. line piece of legislation against undocu-
finally accepted our combined." I insisted to Sen. Pearce that my mented immigrants. Since his son was
interview request, of There also were some half-truths in question was not about religion but shot by an undocumented immigrant,
course after much our interview. "There is no racial pref- about law enforcement. Under SB could this have been a personal vendet-
prodding from our very erence in this bill at all; as you can see, 1070, anyone who harbors, aids or ta? "Yes," he said. "Who I hold
persistent producer it applies under the Arizona constitu- transports undocumented immigrants accountable is my government. If gov-
Maria. tion, and in the U.S. Constitution we will be committing a crime. "Should the
He said he'd come to ernment had done its job -- secured the
have what is called an Equal Protection Church of the Latter-Day Saints also be border, enforced the laws -- that would-
Maria us. "Enemy territory," Clause," he said. sanctioned?" I asked. n't have happened."
Elena he called it. I can't "How do you distinguish them," I At that point, he was forced to
imagine why. We wait- Does Sen. Pearce pretend that all 12
Salinas asked, "and what does an undocument- respond: "If they're doing that knowing- million undocumented immigrants be
ed and waited for two ed immigrant look like?" ly, handle them like anybody else. I do
— — — hours in the sweltering "It has nothing to do with looks, it not support lawbreakers, I don't care
rounded up and deported? Not really.
Syndicated heat. I thought for sure His real objective in proposing SB 1070
has to do with paperwork," he told me. what church they belong to," he said. and advising other states on similar leg-
Columnist he'd be a no-show. But Well, no one believes that Hispanics From that uncomfortable moment,
islation is to make life so impossible for
he came through, with an accent will not be targeted, we went to the outrageous. Do his poli-
although he made us undocumented immigrants that they
regardless of their legal status. cies lack compassion? I asked. "Which
drive to a tea party When the interview turned to the compassion? Should we have compas- will leave on their own. It's a movement
rally in his home turf of Mesa. We did- topic of his Mormon religion, its doc- sion for child molesters, burglars, that has come to be known as "attrition
n't exactly get a welcoming reception trine and the involvement of undocu- rapists?" he asked. through enforcement." The conse-
when they found out we were not FOX quences of his efforts already are being
mented immigrants in the Mormon “Is being in this country equivalent
News. felt across the country. The result: A
Church, the man with the sharp tongue to being a rapist or child molester?" I
In the 30-minute interview, we cov- nation divided, and the Hispanic com-
ered a lot of ground on issues related to and pointed phrases suddenly had noth- asked.
ing to say. While Mormon doctrine "It's worse," he claimed. munity under attack.
the law he sponsored. We had our Maria Elena Salinas is the author of "I AM
moments. There were some expected calls for upholding the law, it also calls "Is an undocumented criminal worse
for all humans to be treated as children than a U.S.-born criminal?" MY FATHER'S DAUGHTER: LIVING A
exchanges, and some good points made.
of God. "I am not going to get into reli- "Yes, he is," he said. "Those are LIFE WITHOUT SECRETS." Reach her at
"You know, I am not going to apolo-
gion," he said. crimes that should have been avoided. www.mariaesalinas.com
TODAY IN HISTORY By the Associated Press
oday is Saturday, Aug. 14, the In 1908, a race riot erupted in Democratic national convention in New Strip. A Cypriot plane crashed into a hill
T 226th day of 2010. There are 139
days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
Springfield, Ill. as a white mob began set-
ting black-owned homes and businesses
on fire; at least two blacks and five whites
In 1980, workers went on strike at the
Lenin Shipyard in Gdansk (guh-
north of Athens, killing all 121 people on
board. Cristeta Comerford was named the
new White House executive chef, the first
On Aug. 14, 1935, President Franklin were killed in the violence. DANSK'), Poland, in a job action that woman to hold the post.
D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security In 1909, the newly opened Indianapolis resulted in the creation of the Solidarity One year ago: President Barack
Act into law. Motor Speedway held its first event, a labor movement. Obama denounced what he suggested was
On this date: series of motorcycle races. In 1980, actress-model Dorothy news media overemphasis on scenes of
In 1945, President Harry S. Truman Stratten, 20, was shot to death by her angry protesters at town-hall meetings on
In 1848, the Oregon Territory was cre- announced that Japan had surrendered estranged husband and manager, Paul health care, telling his own town hall-style
ated. unconditionally, ending World War II. Snider, who then killed himself. meeting in Belgrade, Mont. that "TV
In 1900, international forces, including In 1947, Pakistan became independent Ten years ago: On the opening night loves a ruckus." Charles Manson follower
U.S. Marines, entered Beijing to put down of British rule. of the Democratic National Convention in Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, 60, convict-
the Boxer Rebellion, which was aimed at In 1969, British troops went to Los Angeles, President Bill Clinton ed of trying to assassinate President
purging China of foreign influence. Northern Ireland to intervene in sectarian offered a triumphant review of his years in Gerald Ford in 1975, was released from a
violence between Protestants and Roman office, and exhorted delegates to propel Al Texas prison hospital after more than
Catholics. Gore on the road to succeed him. three decades behind bars.
In 1980, President Jimmy Carter and Five years ago: Israel sealed the Gaza Today's Birthdays: Broadway lyricist
Vice President Walter Mondale were Strip to Israeli civilians, signaling the start Lee Adams ("Bye Bye Birdie") is 86.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Advertising Director: Pat Cheek - 223 Visitor found the Bible belt where most businesses are
closed on Sunday. Thankfully, Greg &
Our check out time on Monday was
11:00am, and since our truck wasn't going
Classifieds: Karen Rhymer - 201
‘Southern Lisa have AAA, so he called and this to be finished until around 1pm, they
young fellow finally gets there about 2 extended our check out to 12:30. I just
email@example.com hospitality at its hours later (without a tow truck), he was thought that was so very kind of them, so I
Diana Hurst - 216 best’ on recent told by the operator that it was just a "jump want to give a BIG SHOUT OUT to the
firstname.lastname@example.org Start", so we waited about another hour or wonderful ladies at the front desk. And
Wanda Paul - 211 stop in Middlesboro so for a real tow truck to get here. While here we are finally to the gentlemen of
email@example.com waiting, we decide to go to get something Good Year, The men let us keep our stuff
To the editor:
Michael Grimm - 213 First let me start off by saying that Jim
to eat at Webb's Diner a block away. in the lobby of the shop while they were
firstname.lastname@example.org Remember, at this point, we are still in the working on the truck. Since it was going to
& I had a great weekend seeing all of our crater in Cumberland Gap, Tenn. Anyway, be a bit longer than we expected, Jim and I
friends and meeting new friends as well at we finally finish eating and walk outside decided to walk across the road and get a
USPS No. 347300 ISSN 1041-7095 the Middlesboro Elks Convention this past
Owned and Operated by HeartlandPublications, and Greg gets a call from the tow truck guy bite to eat. After that, we decided to go in
LLC. weekend. saying he is by my truck. Long story short, the mall and look around. Well, while
Published Tuesday-Saturday except on federal With that being said, here's how Sunday the truck is towed 7 miles in to looking around, Jim got the call that the
holidays by The Daily News, P.O. Box 579, went after we checked out of the Middlesboro, Ky to a GoodYear station truck was finished. We told them that we
Middlesboro, Ky. 40965. Periodical postage fee Cumberland Gap Inn. While we were
paid at Middlesboro, Ky. where it is dropped off for the night. Greg would be there in a few minutes, the guy
Postmaster: Changes to The Daily News, P.O.
waiting to meet up with our dear friends & Lisa take us across the street to the asked where we were, and he drove down
Box 579, Middlesboro, Ky. 40965. Greg & Lisa Swinney so we could go sight Holiday Inn Express where we were able and picked us up. After we got back to the
Copyright 2010, The Daily News. All rights seeing, Jim and I decided to walk the town. to check in for the night. shop, they even helped us load our stuff in
reserved. Property rights for the contents of the pub- It is extremely beautiful by the way. After Greg & Lisa went above and beyond to the truck. Honestly, how many people
lication shall be the property of The Daily News. we met up with Greg & Lisa, we decided
No part hereof may be reproduced without prior making sure that Jim & I were taken care do you know that would go out of their
written consent. The Associated Press is entitled
to start our adventure at the Iron Furnace. of. They gave up their day to stay with us way to help complete strangers? This is
exclusively to publication of all local news, as well When we were finished there we decided in the horrid hot weather. They truly just above and beyond the kindness of
as AP dispatches. to go to the Pinnacle, where you can stand helped me keep my sanity cause all I want- strangers. This is what I call TRUE
Rights of publication of all other matters herein in Ky, Tenn, & Virginia all at the same ed to do was break down and cry. Greg & SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY.
also reserved. Rates: Carrier and motor route, $9.50 time. Well, this is where our truck decided
per four weeks; 12 weeks, $28.50; 26 weeks, Lisa are two of the most extraordinary peo-
$57.00; 52 weeks, $105.00. By mail, paid in
that it had enough and wasn't going any ple I have ever met in my life. Candy Staubach
further. The fuel pump finally crapped out
advance outside motor route area: $27.34 per four
on it. Mind you, this is Sunday, in part of
Now, on to the staff at the hotel. They Covington, Ky
weeks. made our stay as enjoyable as possible.
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OBITUARIES School at the beach
Martin the Shumate Funeral born September 5, 1935
Home Chapel with the in Pineville, KY, the
Gibbons Reverend Wayne Givens, daughter of the late
EWING, Va.—Martin Reverend James Partin, George and Lilly Napier
Gibbons, age 76, of and the Reverend Jimmy Asher. In addition to her
Ewing, VA., went to be Cheek presiding. The parents, she was preced-
with the Lord on Friday, family will receive ed in death by her loving
August 13, 2010. He was friends from 6-8 P.M., brother: Clifford Asher.
a member of the New Sunday, August 15, 2010 She is survived by the
Beginning Baptist at the Shumate Funeral following members of
Church and an evangelist Home Chapel. Burial will her family:
for 36 years. In addition follow at the Cubbage Her loving compan-
to his parents, Frank and Cemetery. Special music ion: Jim Helton
Cordia (Greene) Gib- will be provided by The Son and his compan-
bons, he is preceded in Gospel Lights and True ion: James Asher and
death by three brothers; Gospel. Sherry Norris
George, Cecil and LB Pallbearers will be Brother and Sister in
Gibbons, one sister nephews, Ralph, Gary, law: Noah and Dorris
Flossie Lee and infant Jeff and Roger Gibbons Asher
sisters; Almedia and and Derek and Matthew Very Special Friend:
Hassie Gibbons. Massengill. Honorary Mrs. Hattie Powers
He is survived by his pallbearers will be Jim And a host of nieces,
wife of 52 years, Wilma Warf, Buddy Joe Hunter, nephews, cousins and Photo submitted
Jean (White) Gibbons, Harvey Wheland, Bud step-children. During a welcome back-to-school celebration themed “School at the
one son; Conley (Debra) Zumbrum, Enoch Jones, Funeral services will
Beach” sponsored by the Key Club last Thursday, students were able to
Gibbons and one daugh- and Otis Jones. be held at 8 PM Saturday
pick up their schedules and have hot dogs, watermelon and play games
ter; Patricia (Jimmy) Shumate Funeral at the Creech Funeral
Home is entrusted with Home Chapel with the while learning about the different clubs and special classes offered at the
Cheek. Six grandchil- high school. Approximately 150 students in grades 10-12 and their fami-
dren; John (Becky) all arrangements. Rev. Don Chadwick pre-
Guestbook at siding. Graveside servic- lies attended the first welcome back celebration.
Cheek, David (Marlena)
Spivey, Josh (Angelina) www.shumatefuneral- es will be held at 2 PM MHS Counselor Dawn Stewart said, “Students are excited about coming
Cheek, Amy (Jason) home.com. Sunday, at the Green to high school for the first time and everything is a little new to them.
Owens, Shawn (Jakee) Hills Memorial Gardens When the freshmen come tonight, they’ll get their schedules. They will
Gibbons, and Victoria with the Rev. Ovid also get to tour the high school and find out where all their classes are in
Gibbons. Four great- Mary M. Asher Bolton presiding. The addition to doing all the same things the older students did. They will also
grandchildren: Kyler family will receive have refreshments and learn a little bit about the clubs and activities
Cheek, Clay Cheek, Pey-
Helton friends from 6 to 8 PM offered by Middlebsoro High School. The celebration was originally
ton Owens, and Eli Gib- MIDDLESBORO— Saturday, at the Creech intended to be held outdoors, and feature volleyball, badminton, and
bons. One brother: Arless Mary M. Asher Helton, Funeral Home. grilling. The rain put a damper on those activities, but we’re still having
Gibbons, and three sis- 74 of Middlesboro, KY, Online condolences hot dogs.”
ters: Stella Hunley, went to be with the Lord and guest book available
at www.creechfh.com. Pictured above are Middlesboro High School Key Club members (front
Alberta Miracle, and on Thursday August 12,
Creech Funeral Home row, left to right): Kristen Standifer, Rachel Schneider, Kelsie Hensley,
Reva Mae McMurray. 2010 at the University of
is in charge of all Courtney Ables; back row: Lindsey Helton, Taylor Grigsby, Kelsie
Funeral services will Tennessee Hospital in
be held Monday, August arrangements. Standifer, and Kristen Webb.
Knoxville, TN. She was
16, 2010 at 10:00 A.M. at
MEETINGS CHURCH CALENDAR
AUGUST 14-15 Robert Charles Long as the God Mtn. Assembly, Allen Mission Center. The center
BELL COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION speaker. Dinner will be Rock Rd., Ewing, Va. Ser- is located 4.5 miles from
will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Central Office. HOMECOMING served after the Sunday vices will begin at 7 p.m. Pineville on Hwy. 119
BELL COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY will REVIVAL will be held at service. Monday through Friday, (below Page School). For
meet the fourth Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. Old Arthurs Chapel ST. MARY’S and 6 p.m. Saturday and more information contact
at the Bell County Museum, North 20th Street, Church Aug. 8-15. Speak- EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sunday. Speakers will be Sharon Teaney at 337-
Middlesboro. ers will be: Rev. James and in Middlesboro is celebrat- Rev. Donnie Hill on Aug. 1834 on Tuesday or Thurs-
BELL COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY Doris Stanley at 7 p.m. ing the annual Feast of St. 15-18, and Rev. Jay day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
MUSEUM will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 14; and Rev. Doug Mary on August 15th. Walden on Aug. 19-22.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Daniels on Aug. 15 at 11 Everyone is welcome to NOVEMBER 3
BELL COUNTY SHRINE CLUB will meet at 7 a.m. worship at the 11 a.m. serv- AUGUST 31 COMMUNITY
p.m. the fourth Tuesday of each month at J. Mil-
AUGUST 14 ice, which will be followed
by a potluck in the church
ST. JULIAN DINNER & SERVICE
CATHOLIC CHURCH will be held the first Wed-
SUPPORT GROUP for CANCER patients and BENEFIT SINGING to guild hall. Following the will be holding Inquiry nesday on each month at 6
their families will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday in the raise money for Charles meal there will be music Classes of RCIA. A short p.m. at the Lighthouse
cafeteria at Claiborne County Hospital. For more Patrick Wheeler’s burial and games for the kids on meeting will be held at the Mission Center. The center
information call Linda Mallicoat at 423-626-5763, expenses, will be held Sat., the grounds of the church, church at 5:30 p.m. Tues- is located 4.5 miles from
or Lucy Greer at 423-626-3024. August 14th, starting at 4 located next to the city day, Aug. 31, to decide on Pineville on Hwy. 119
FRIENDS OF THE MIDDLESBORO PUBLIC p.m. at the Middlesboro parking lot. A hymn sing a time and day for the (below Page School). For
LIBRARY will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the com- City Parking Lot. There and special performances classes. These classes, more information contact
munity room at the library. Anyone interested in will be gospel singing and by the church handbell cho- which are free and infor- Sharon Teaney at 337-
supporting and promoting the library is urged to food. rus and members of the mal, will focus on Catholic 1834 on Tuesday or Thurs-
attend. For more information call Michele YARD SALE will be church will take place in the beliefs. For more informa- day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
McGlone at at 276-220-1012, or the library at 248- held Saturday, from 7:30 church itself. Tours of his- tion, or to register call 248-
4812. . a.m. to 1 p.m., at the toric St. Mary's - the first 2068. DECEMBER 1
FRIENDS OF THE (Bell County) SHELTER Shawanee Baptist Church church built in Middlesboro COMMUNITY
will meet Monday at 7 p.m. at the Bell County Family Life Center, Harro- and attended by city SEPTEMBER 1 DINNER & SERVICE
Health Department. gate, Tenn. founder Alexander Arthur -
CHURCH YARD COMMUNITY will be held the first
GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP, sponsored by will be offered by at 2, 3, DINNER & SERVICE
Hospice of the Bluegrass Mountain Heritage will SALE at Arthur UMC, and 4 pm. This is also a Wednesday on each
Arthur Rd. off TN Hwy will be held the first Wed- month at 6 p.m. at the
meet the 4th Monday of each month from 6-7 p.m. great opportunity to meet nesday on each month at 6
at Binghamtown Baptist Church. This is a group 63, Sat. August 14, 8 a.m. - the new priest Chris Arnold Lighthouse Mission Cen-
1 p.m. Large selection of p.m. at the Lighthouse ter. The center is located
for anyone who has lost someone significant in and his wife Celeste. Please Mission Center. The center
their lives. There is no need to register, walk-ins women's clothes, toys, plan to attend this celebra- 4.5 miles from Pineville
housewares, and more. is located 4.5 miles from on Hwy. 119 (below
are welcome. For more information, interested tion and get to know the Pineville on Hwy. 119
people may call Janet Nantz, Bereavement Coun- community of St. Mary's! Page School). For more
selor, at 1-800-371-6112. AUGUST 15 HOMECOMING at
(below Page School). For
more information contact
JACK SMITH, American Legion Service Offi- HOMECOMING Dunlap Baptist Church will Sharon Teaney at 337- Sharon Teaney at 337-
cer, will be at the National Guard Armory from 10 SERVICES will be held be held at 10:30 a.m. Sun- 1834 on Tuesday or Thurs- 1834 on Tuesday or
a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday to assist veterans and Aug. 12-13 at Old Straight day, Aug. 15. Special day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday from 9 a.m. to
their dependents file claims due them from military Creek Trinity Tabernacle guests will be the Gospel 3 p.m.
service. Church, Hwy 221, Lites. OCTOBER 6
LIGHTHOUSE MISSION CENTER will be Pineville. Services will be ••••••••
distributing food boxes on the second and fourth held at 7 p.m. with Rev. AUGUST 15-22 COMMUNITY
Thursday of each month at 11:30 a.m. Participants Sammy Reed as the speak- DINNER & SERVICE
REVIVAL SERVICES will be held the first Wed- the Church Calendar may
must have proof of income and valid photo ID. The er; and on Sunday, Aug. 15 will be held Aug. 15-22 at be submitted by: Fax at
center is located 4.5 miles on hwy. 119 from US 25 at 11:30 p.m. with the Rev. nesday on each month at 6
White Rock Church of p.m. at the Lighthouse 248-7614, by e-mail at
E (below Page School.
LIGHTHOUSE MISSION CENTER Commu-
nity Dinner & Service will be held the first Wed- We made a mistake in our
nesday of each month at 6 p.m. The center is locat- advertising circular for Sunday,
ed 4.5 miles on hwy. 119 from US 25 E (below August 15 – Saturday, August 21, 2010.
Page School. On the back cover, the circular stated
that we accept WIC vouchers. However,
there are some locations where WIC
vouchers are not accepted.
Do you have a
We apologize for any confusion
newstip for us? this may have caused.
(606) 248-1010 92451
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Warn the Sinner
The first of the spiritual works of mercy is to warn or admonish sinners. However, this is an
extremely difficult thing to do in a way that is both caring and non-judgemental. Therefore, we
should deliberate seriously about how or even whether to carry out this act of mercy and we
should remember always that it is intended to be just that, an act of mercy. We should not be
scolding or standing in judgement, but rather gently warning a fellow human being of their
peril. One should enter upon this course of action with great humility, recognizing that we may
have possibly misjudged the person’s actions or their motives. But, if we are convinced that
someone is sinning and thereby imperiling their soul, we should speak gently to them, in private
if at all possible, using whatever tact and discretion we can muster. If the person refuses to listen,
we should then consider calling on the help of someone who this person might trust and listen
to. Finally, we should not expect to be thanked or appreciated for this act of mercy. The recipient
of our warning is likely to think we are being judgmental, intolerant, and “holier than thou.” So,
we should make sure that we are none of these things, and reflect on how we might effectively
warn the sinner.
My brethren, if any one among you wanders from the truth and some one brings him back,
let him know that whoever brings back a sinner from the error of his way will
save his soul from death and will cover a multitude of sins.
R.S.V. James 5:19-20
R.L. Miracle Dist. Co.
U.S. 25-E • Pineville, KY
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Section Editor: Donna Greene
Phone: (606) 248-1010 ext. 205
Fax: (606) 248-7614
Web page: www.middlesborodailynews.com
Whether long or short, prayers are crucial
As a young boy, I remem- fished out a $10 bill, mutter- his hands should be austerely bed. He proceeds to the show-
ber watching Saturday morn- Roy Lucas ing, "I didn't think you could clasped in front. With both er and thanks God for the
ing television. We had three do it!" thumbs pointing to the cleansing water, for the lights
channels in the area near FROM A I wonder if many ground," said the Rev. Doctor to see, for clean clothing. He
Oklahoma City: ABC, CBS
and NBC. One of the channels
PASTOR’S Christians can or do pray for
long periods of time without
Blunt." "Last year I fell in
Hodgkin's well headfirst,"
moves to the kitchen and
prays for the full kitchen cab-
always showed the black and HEART their minds running in differ- said Cyril Brown. "With both inets that are full of food.
white Tarzan series. What I ent directions, without falling my heels a-stickin' up, my Thus, he begins his day. Each
remember the most about asleep and without losing head a-pointing' down; And I of these is a quick, pointed
this show was that Tarzan focus? My question was, “Is done prayed right then and prayer.
was always swinging from taught them to pray short, there another way to pray?” there; best prayer I ever said, He prays similarly at
one tree to another tree. I sentence prayers. My member Is there a more manageable The prayin'est prayer I ever work: for his co-workers, his
have found myself praying in shared that she found it hard way to pray if one’s schedule prayed, a-standin' on my job with insurance, his com-
a similar manner. I pray that to pray for 30 minutes or an is crammed with events that head." Can you imagine pany and supervisors. He is
God will help me minister to hour when others seem to one must do? Could God praying standing on your thankful for a warm place to
a husband and wife who are boast in being able to pray for accept any other kind of head? Can God hear a prayer work. One chapter that con-
talking to divorce lawyers, long periods. We both prayer? Perhaps an article in prayed like that? victed me was the way he
and then my mind goes to the thought, how could they do a devotional magazine, Our The Apostle Paul told the read the newspaper. He read
students who make their way that? Does this make us less Daily Bread, sheds light on Thessalonians to pray always the headlines and prayed for
back to school. Quickly I find “spiritual” than the others? I my question about different or constantly (1 Thess 5: 17). whatever was going on in the
I am praying for our church do not think that it does. kinds of prayer with the fol- The Greek text of 1 community. I did this on
as I remember the text that I I kept a humorous story lowing humorous poem on Thessalonians 5:17 places the Wednesday afternoon as I
am preaching from this week. concerning prayer in the prayer. adverb, “constantly” in the looked over the paper. Several
It seems that I could not set- front of my mind as I thought "The proper way for man to first position, that is, it says, items guided my prayers:
tle on any topic for a signifi- about writing this article. pray," said Deacon Lemuel “constantly pray.” The empha- Loyall’s city council needing
cant amount of time. Have “Two men were talking Keyes; "The only proper atti- sis is to be in consistent to make decisions affecting
you discovered this happen- together. The first challenged tude is down upon his knees." prayer. The author of the 30- people in our city, local candi-
ing to your prayer life? the other, "If you are so reli- "Nay, I should say the way to second prayer book writes dates filing for various
One of my church members gious, let's hear you quote the pray," said the Rev. Doctor several chapters indicating offices, musicians sharing
brought me a book about Lord's Prayer. I bet you $10 Wise, "Is standing straight how he prays during the day. their gifts downtown and a
prayer after I had discussed you can't." The second with outstretched arms with I was quite impressed with new business holding a grand
prayer in a sermon. She said responded, "Now I lay me rapt and upturned eyes." "Oh, the various ways he found to opening. So, dear brothers
my sermon reminded her of a down to sleep, I pray the Lord no, no, no," said Elder Snow, say these “30-second” and sisters in Christ, let’s
book on 30-second prayers my soul to keep. And If I die "such posture is too proud." A prayers. He rises from bed become people of prayer,
when I commented that the before I wake, I pray the Lord man should pray with eyes and prays for his feet to walk, whether you can pray for long
disciples asked Jesus to teach my soul to take." The first fast-closed and head contrite- for his wife who is healthy, for periods or short, simple one-
them to pray in Luke 11. He pulled out his wallet and ly bowed." "It seems to me his children who are still in sentence prayers. Pray!
Sunday School Lesson God’s power can help
Finding help — and every day that fol-
911. For more than a
youngsters have been
That’s the arenas, this
is the attentiveness. The
Lord will: watch over you
your dreams come true
Moses stood on the my claim today. Have you
taught that 911 is the (v.3) and will never be mountain and looked Al had a goal in life that you
only number they need to
Ditty found sleeping on the job down on the Promised have been unable to
know when they are in (v.3). He never grows Land that stretched out
Earley attain through your own
desperate need or trou-
ble. People trust that on
weary in His keeping His
promise to be with you
before him. He heard the FROM A strength and resources?
voice of the Lord say, "I How can you set your goal
the other end of that
writer was, for some rea-
son, ascending the stairs
always (v.4). He watches will give it to your descen- RELIGIOUS so that it includes God?
phone number is a person over His people as a
who has been trained to
into the temple complex.
group (v.4) and each one
dants. I have let you see it
with your eyes, but you POINT OF The key is to pick a goal
that you can't attain with-
He must have been strug-
know exactly what to do
and who to send for a
gling with something in
that makes up that group
(v.5). Here the word
shall not go over there." VIEW out God's help. Maybe
life because he was seek- (Deuteronomy 34:4). there's a goal you've had
plethora of emergencies. “watches” is an intense Moses dies before he can for years but haven't
ing help. Could he have confidence and respect as
Who among us have watching. God is not sim- enter this land sworn to accomplished. How can
been asking if he could their leader by his faith,
not at one time or anoth- ply sending a glance your the descendants of you let God help you?
find help by going into wisdom and love. His
er needed to call out to way every now and again. Abraham, Isaac and A friend named Chuck
the temple? How many enthusiasm, keen judg-
someone for help. Have No, He is keeping a close Jacob. had struggled with alco-
folks find their way into a ment and dedication to
you ever been at your watch over you, seeing all Have you ever won- holism for years. He had
church building when
wit’s end to know who to that has, is and will take dered whether Moses God inspired them to tried self-therapy, group
they come into a time of
call? Who can and will place. He knows the thought his life was a fail- deeds they never thought therapy, read many books,
dire need or concern?
come to the rescue just in details of your life and ure or not? He could have possible. He was unique everything he could think
The answer. What the
time? The song writer of your needs. The word also been King of Egypt, but in that God used him like of, except seeking God's
psalmist understood was
the psalm studied in this carries the idea that in when he killed the task he used no other person in power to give him the
his help did not come
lesson was a person who watching God is also master in a fit of rage he history, save Jesus, as an strength to quit drinking.
from going to the temple
understood all to well guarding. The Lord will was lucky to escape Egypt instrument of revelation. Finally, he rewrote his
but rather coming into
that we all need someone shade from the dangers alive. When he returned Moses surely had fail- goal by asking God's help.
God’s presence. Listen to
to cry out to. The passage of the sun and cover to to Egypt "to set the people ures, but not one was In addition to therapy and
the answer he gives to his
is Psalm 121. The writer keep away the chill of the free", they were behind final. That is one lesson reading he also prayed
question: “My help comes
is unknown. Perhaps this night (v.6). Again, take a him 100 percent, until the the life of Moses has to and worshiped regularly.
from the LORD, the
was by design so that moment to ponder the plagues kept coming. teach us. Our failures are He began to realize that
Maker of heaven and
anyone reading this earth” (v.2). Look at the imagery and symbolism Then they hated him as never the final verdict on alcohol had become a god
psalm could identify with description the psalmist of that thought. The Lord Pharaoh punished them our lives. In fact, most of which he had worshiped;
the person. If King gives to describe the God will also “keep.” The word after each plague. Finally, God’s great servants and when he replaced
David, Moses or a great who could help. The song means to guard, attend to Pharaoh relented and let through the ages have that evil god with the
spiritual leader had writer sought the Maker or protect. The Lord will the slaves leave, with found that it is not power of the loving God,
penned these words one do for you. And note how
of all things, the Creator. Moses as their leader. But through their strength he found the strength he
might be tempted to Do you want to see the long God will continue to instead of walking free that God does His great needed.
think that he or she could power of God? Do you watch over and protect: into the Promised Land, work, but through their After God called Moses
never measure up to that want to know just how “the LORD will watch disobedience against God weakness. It is in life’s to "set His people free,”
one and thus not have capable the Lord is to over your coming and brought them 40 years of great struggles that God Moses loaded his family
the right to ask the ques- meet you at your point of going both now and wandering in the desert refines us so that we are on donkeys; and with a
tion that opens this song. need and enable you to forevermore” (v.8). wilderness. The people better prepared to serve trick staff, a wild hand
Take a moment and read overcome any obstacle? If Coming and going, in constantly moaned and him. I think this is trick and impressive river
Psalm 121. As you do see you do simply read other words all the activ- doubted Moses and the because we are more like- spell, he headed for
what the writer saw; ask Genesis 1 then take a ities of life. Forevermore, God he preached. Finally, ly to give God the glory, Egypt. What chance did
what the writer asked. look into the night sky orwell that speaks for Moses has reached the and let God humbly use he have to set God's peo-
One more thing that will across the expanse just itself. end of his journey; but he us that God uses our ple free? He had the
help as you read this outside your door. The So, as you walk died before he entered the weaknesses and struggles promise that God would
song. The psalm is called psalmist knew that if through this day accom- Promised Land. in life to build great be with him, and that was
a Psalm of Ascent. This God could create all that panied by your worries Moses could certainly works. all he needed. No matter
means that it was sung and troubles, the anguish
is then nothing in his life look at these events as When we let God touch who you are, what your
as the pilgrim climbed could even begin to tax of the moment, where signs of his failure in life, our lives we can have the strengths and weaknesses
the courses of steps that the power of God. And will you look for help? but there were also some confidence to do God-sized may be, God is calling you
led up into the temple. So remember, God has not Will you look to the incredible successes. He ministry, that is, work to keep dreaming, and
as they sang they were changed. He has not things around you that took a self-willed, stiff- much greater than we can keep believing your
looking toward and antic- grown weary over the you can see? Will you look necked bunch of slaves, accomplish on our own dreams can come true by
ipating an encounter millennia since He creat- to hills? Or, will you look bound together loosely by power. There is nothing God's magnificent power.
with the Lord. Now it’s ed all things. to the Maker, the Creator, religion and blood and let we cannot accomplish, (To find out more about
time to read. The comfort. The the Lord that will watch God use him to single- with God's help. (cf. Al Earley or read previous
The question. Did you psalmist moves on to over you coming and your handedly mold them into Philippians 4:13) articles, see
catch the question asked help the reader know the going today, tomorrow a nation. He won their I challenge you to test www.lagrangepres.com.)
by the singer? Some arenas and attentiveness and forever? The choice is
translations do not pick
up the fact that the open-
of God’s care. The Lord
will keep you from slip-
yours, but only one choice
will make the difference
Religious lands being preserved nationwide
WAREHAM, Mass. (AP) “It’s holy. This is holy Deals to buy religious
ing statement of this ping and falling (v.3); Hethat you are really look-
— The stretch of shoreline ground.” land, or its development
psalm was originally will protect you from the ing for. Choose to look to
owned by a Massachusetts It’s also protected ground. rights, are being made with
written as a question. heat of the day and the the Lord; look to Jesus.
religious order is a place Kolasa’s Roman Catholic the help of conservationists
Such being the case it dangers of the night Hear His invitation, where even the sounds add to order, the Congregation of the from Washington state to
begins, “I lift up my eyes “Come to me, all you who
(vs.5,6), this is a picture the stillness. Bells jangle on Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Colorado and New Jersey. In
to the hills — where does of the stresses and dan- are weary and burdened, buoys as birds chatter and Mary, sold development a tough economy, such land is
my help come from?” gers of life; He will keepand I will give you rest” the tide slides in a soft rush rights on 100 acres of its a tempting asset for churches
(v.1). As mentioned you from being harmed (Matthew 11:28).. past scattered clammers. property for $3.6 million. It’s and religious orders to trade
above, the hills that the by those things that are “It’s a refuge of silence,” now a key piece of the Great for solvency. But many are
writer was speaking of out to destroy (v.7); and Next week: None said the Rev. Stan Kolasa, Neck Conservation Area, choosing to conserve it, some-
made up the temple He will guide you on your insignificant — Psalm director of a retreat center on which opens to the public this times for less money than pri-
mount in Jerusalem. The journey into tomorrow 134 the Buzzards Bay property. fall. vate developers would offer.
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Chicken Soup Creech and
for the Soul: Epperson wed
A teacher reflects on her
by Lola Di Giulio De Maci come home from work were to be revered;
“There is nothing with his hands cracked they held the key to
like a dream to create and bleeding from the knowledge and free-
the future." -- Victor cold weather and wet dom. And somewhere
Hugo cement. He would rub along the way I must
I loved my father. petroleum jelly on his have passed on my
Shortly before I was to skin, and my sister and love of learning to my
be married, my father I would help him put children. My daughter
looked at me from gloves on before he is a teacher and my
across the breakfast went to bed. By morn- son, a psychologist.
table and said in his ing, his hands would My father would be so
great Italian accent: "I be healed enough to go pleased to know that
know a lady who was back to work. his American dream
35 before she got mar- But living my lives on.
ried. And her father father's dream wasn't "If you have your
didn't mind that she always easy for me. I education," I used to
had quit in my senior say to my children, Rebecca Creech of Harrogate, Tennessee and Parker Epperson of New
was still living at Tazewell, Tennessee were united in marriage on Friday, June 25, 2010 on St.
home." year of college. "When "you have the world."
the time is right," my Thirty-five years Augustine Beach, Florida with Reverend Brian Odell officiating. The bride is
"But, Dad, I'm 29," I the daughter of Ted and Debbie Creech of Harrogate, Tennessee and the groom
replied, thinking it was father would say, "you ago, I typed my
will finish. And," he father's autobiography is the son of Allen and Rhonda Epperson of New Tazewell, Tennessee. After
kind of nice that my a honeymoon in St. Augustine, Florida, the newlyweds returned home where
father cared enough to continued, "I've saved for him. He loved to
the money for your write. they were honored with receptions given by family and friends at Howards
say that. But I knew Quarter Missionary Baptist Church and Pump Springs Baptist Church. The
where he was going education." Some mornings I
My father died would find him sitting couple now reside in New Tazewell, Tennessee.
with this. He made the
same speech to my sis- before I graduated in the chair by the liv-
ters before they got from college 30 years ing room window with
married. My father later. After my last
class for my bachelor
a yellow pad on his lap
and a pen in his hand. I
hated to see his chil-
dren leave the nest, of arts degree, I came would watch his rough AUGUST 14-31 shopping, fun for the whole family.
out of the classroom hands glide over the
especially his daugh-
on a warm spring night page in soft, rhythmic FOOD PRESERVATION publica- AUGUST 23
ters. Thinking back on tions from the University of Kentucky
this father-daughter and looked up at the strokes. Seeing him are available in the Bell County Coop- FRIENDS OF THE (Bell County)
chat over hot espresso stars. "I did it, Dad!" I sitting there in the erative Extension Office. If you would SHELTER will meet Monday at 7 p.m.
cried. "I graduated light of a new day like to learn how to correctly can, at the Bell County Health Department.
and fresh biscotti often
from college!" I was awakened the writer in
reminds me of the
51 years old. I had me.
freeze or dry your fresh fruits and veg-
etables stop by the office (located in the
decision my father
made to leave his own finally accomplished After my father suf- basement of the Bell County court- HEALTHY LIVING AND
nest at 17 and travel what he had dreamed fered a massive stroke, house) and pick up a copy. The Exten- NUTRITION SERIES, Tuesday,
across a huge ocean to for me. I could feel my he could not speak for sion Office, also, has pressure canners August 24 at 1:30 p.m. at the Middles-
a faraway land called father with me at that the last 10 years of his and water bath canners for check out boro Public Library Community Room.
moment. I knew he life. But he would grab during the preservation months. Call Spronsored by: Bell County Coopera-
America. He had 337-2376 for more information. tive Extension Office and Middlesboro
dreams for himself, was proud. my hand and squeeze
I went on to attain it tightly, and I knew Public Library.
and for the family he
my teaching credential exactly what he was AUGUST 17, 24, 31 FRIENDS OF THE
wanted. It is in those TRI-STATE FAMILY AL-ANON MIDDLESBORO PUBLIC LIBRARY
dreams that I now find in elementary educa- saying. It was all there
tion and a master of in his handshake. GROUP meets at 6 p.m. each Tuesday will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the com-
myself. at Southside Baptist Church (21st & munity room at the library. Anyone
My father's formal arts in English and "I love you, too,
education. I was in my Dad," I would answer Doncaster, Middlesboro). If you have to interested in supporting and promoting
education was limited, cope with a family member or loved the library is urged to attend. For more
but he was one of the final quarter of gradu- back, gripping his
ate school, however, hand even tighter. one struggling with drug and/or alcohol information call Michele McGlone at
most brilliant people I addiction, and you need support, this 276-220-1012, or the library at 248-
have ever known. when I was diagnosed And now, when I sit
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When he arrived in his call 248-6812 (after 5 p.m.).
almost 55, and I would ing room window with
new country, he AUGUST 26
embraced it by fre- have given anything to a pen in my hand, I AUGUST 19 BELL COUNTY HISTORICAL
quenting places where have my father there think of my father and
with me -- to have his how I am doing what PINEVILLE CHAPTER #89 OES SOCIETY will meet the fourth Thurs-
he could absorb the will meet Thursday, Aug. 19, at the day of each month at 7 p.m. at the Bell
rhythm of the land and arms around me, giv- he loved to do. Masonic Building in Pineville. The
ing me words of "Thanks, Dad," I whis- County Museum, North 20th Street,
its culture. He attend- meeting will begin with a meal at 6:30
encouragement. per into the light of the p.m., followed by the business meeting Middlesboro.
ed night school, learn-
For the next seven morning. Thank you
ing to speak, read and
weeks, I finished my for coming to a land
at 7:30 p.m. AUGUST 28
write the English lan-
guage. He wanted to studies while undergo- called America where AUGUST 21 4TH ANNUAL KIDS FEST will be
ing radiation therapy. I dreams do come true. I CRUSIN’ the CRATER car show will held Saturday, Aug. 28, from 1-4 p.m.
be able to share his on the Courthouse Square in Pineville.
children's American graduated with my am living your dream. be held from 6-10 p.m. the 3rd Saturday of
master's degree and a And in living your each month May through October at the There will be inflatables, face painting,
heritage, the children food and more. Everything is free. Any
he would one day clean bill of health. "I dream, I am living Middlesboro Mall. Antique cars and
did it, Dad!" I cried mine. trucks, hot rods and motorcycle, all makes church, business, or civic organization
have. that would like to participate should
More than anything, again, my tears rejoic- Visit our Web site: and models are welcome. Food, music,
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he wanted his children
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he never had the and Mark Victor Hansen
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dreamed that his chil- my father's presence. Features Syndicate
dren would one day He believed teachers
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And America was the
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would say, "you have
My father worked
hard as a bricklayer to
put us through school.
Some nights he would
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CINCINNATI (AP) — Scott
Rolen and the Cincinnati Reds
wasted no time putting that ugly
St. Louis Cardinals series
Rolen snapped out of a slump
with three hits against an inef-
fective Josh Johnson, helping
Edinson Volquez and Cincin-
nati beat the Florida Marlins 7-2
on Friday night.
Jay Bruce homered for the
first time since June 30 and
drove in three runs for Cincin-
nati, which bounced back from
an embarrassing three-game
sweep by St. Louis. Joey Votto
had two hits and two RBIs.
“I was happy to get better
swings at better pitches,” said
JAY COMPTON/Daily News Rolen, who carried an 0-for-12
Bell County junior running back Cory Davenport fends off Clay linebacker Travis Smith as he finds an opening in the Tiger slide into the game. “I was not
defense during Friday’s SEKC Grid-o-rama at Knox Central. Davenport ran for 93 yards and a touchdown as the Bobcats getting good swings in the St.
outscored Clay 36-17. Louis series.”
Highly touted rookie Mike
Bobcats pull away from Clay Stanton homered twice for
Florida, which had won four
Volquez (3-1), in his sixth
36-17 after tough 1st half BY JAY COMPTON
start since coming back from
Tommy John surgery, allowed
one run and eight hits in six
Sports Editor “Every time I pitch, I feel like
I’m getting into a better rhythm
BARBOURVILLE — Bell and keeping us in the game,” the
County coach Dudley Hilton was right-hander said.
pleased with what his Bobcats Johnson (10-5) pitched a sea-
got out of their SEKC scrimmage son-low 3 2-3 innings while giv-
against Clay County Friday. ing up a season-high 10 hits. His
The Tigers provided a tough ERA went from a baseball-best
test in the first half, playing Bell 1.97 to 2.27.
to a 14-all tie. With more back- “It was terrible all around,”
ups taking the field in the second Johnson said of his 100th career
20-minute half, the Bobcats used start. “If I had to rank it, it
several big plays to break the would be close to the bottom. I
scrimmage open. was inconsistent. I made two
“We needed a good, strong good pitches, then left one up
game. That’s a good way to start and they hit it. Everything feels
things out,” Hilton said. “Going good. I felt good in the bullpen.”
up against a good team is just Johnson finished with 92
what we needed and we got out pitches, just two fewer than
of it injury free.” JAY COMPTON/Daily News Volquez, but that was due as
While Clay was able to keep Bell County senior defensive much to the Reds as it was to
from giving up many big plays to back Bryan Thacker turns up Johnson, Florida manager
the Bell starters, they weren’t field after intercepting a pass Edwin Rodriguez said.
able to get the Bobcat offense off during the Friday’s scrimmage “JJ had a rough start,”
the field much in the first half. against Clay County. Rodriguez said. “We know and
Bell ran 35 plays to the Tigers’ ing chance after they recovered he knows that he has to make
16 and put together two long, an errant lateral on the first play adjustments. He was behind in
time-consuming scoring drives. of the scrimmage. the count and went deep in the
With seniors Taylor Mills and Clay was able to move the ball count. He was facing a very
John Dudley Hilton splitting car- on their second drive and good hitting team that battles,
ries with junior Cory Davenport answered Bell’s TD when John and when you do that, you’re
the Bobcats marched 82 yards V. Hooker got behind Thacker going to find holes. It was a
for the first score of the scrim- for a 33-yard touchdown pass combination. It wasn’t his best
mage. from John Wilson to tie things at night, but he faced a very good
Davenport was ruled down at 7. hitting team.”
the half-yard line after a six-yard Bell answered with a 70-yard Reds manager Dusty Baker
burst up the middle and senior drive. Cody Davenport had a served the first of his two-game
quarterback Ben Madon scored couple of catches for first downs suspension for his part in the
on a sneak to cap it and Hilton and Cory Davenport finished it bench-clearing brawl between
added the extra point for a 7-0 off with a one-yard TD run. Cincinnati and St. Louis on
lead. Davenport gained 96 yards on Tuesday. Baker watched from
JAY COMPTON/Daily News Senior defensive back Bryan 13 carries in the scrimmage as general manager Walk Jocket-
Bell County senior receiver Cody Davenport and Clay Thacker started the drive with an the Bobcats piled up 278 rushing ty’s box while bench coach
County’s John V. Wilson battle for a deep ball during interception deep in Bell territo- yards as a team. Chris Speier ran the club.
Friday’s scrimmage. The ball would fall incomplete. ry. That turned back a Clay scor- • See BELL, page 11 • See REDS, page 11
edges Lions 8-6 in
CORBIN — The Pineville Mountains
played well, especially on defense, Friday
as they dropped tough 8-6 decision to Wil-
liamsburg in an SEKC Grid-o-rama at
Neither team scored until late in the sec-
ond 20-minute half as Williamsburg found
the end zone and converted a two-point con-
On Pineville's final possession new start-
ing quarterback Jamie Roan hooked up with
senior receiver Eric Raby on a deep ball that
went for a score. The Lions weren’t able to
convert on their two-point try.
Coach Bart Elam (pictured at right talk-
ing to the team after the scrimmage) said he
saw a lot of good things Friday.
“Our D-line played great. Everybody had
some great moments and everybody had
some moments where they looked kind of
lost,” he said. “Neither team showed much
and we’re not worried about the scoreboard.
We’re just excited to have another scrim-
mage next week so we can keep trying to get
The Lions scrimmage at Leslie County
Thursday and will open the season on Aug.
27 at McCreary Central. JAY COMPTON/Daily News
THE DAILY NEWS |SATURDAY | AUGUST 14, 2010 PAGE 11
to Canada for
LEXINGTON, Ky. cleared academically, but
(AP) — John Calipari is his amateur status has not
taking his young Kentucky yet been decided. He
squad to Canada this played for a professional
weekend for a three-game team in his native Turkey.
exhibition trip where seven Another newcomer,
newcomers will get an junior college transfer Eloy
early preview of the Vargas, will not make the
coach’s system. trip. Vargas is still com-
With just four returning pleting a course at Miami
players, Kentucky has had Dade College and was
17 practices the last 10 unable to enroll in the
days to prepare for the trip mandatory three credit
— and Calipari said the hours at Kentucky to
early workouts have been attend the trip.
sloppy. That leaves nine players
“But I’ll tell you, on the roster. Thankfully
they’re all trying. They’re for Calipari, he has unlim-
here early,” Calipari said. ited timeouts and unlimit-
JAY COMPTON/Daily News “I’ve challenged them. ed fouls during the games.
Bell senior defensive end Taylor Mills (22) rides down Clay County quarterback John Wilson at right Some of (the practices) “I don’t know if TV
as senior Justin Patterson (24) lays a big hit on Clay fullback C.J. Miller who was carrying out a fake were cerebral on the court knows that,” Calipari said.
on the play. but they still were an hour “I told them I’m calling as
and 15 minutes. The scrim- many timeouts as I need. If
Bell we were able to run a lot
of plays,” Hilton said.
“Clay County has a got a
down pass from Corey
caught a 20-yard touch-
are in as good of condi-
tion as we thought we
were. But this was a
mages, we stretched out a
little longer because we’re
playing eight or nine
I need to stop it, I’m stop-
With a short roster,
Calipari said he hopes to
Continued from page 10 strong quarterback and Oslonian and Oslonian good way to get ready
they were able to make finished the scoring for the season.” Kentucky will play find out which of his
Madon completed 5- some plays.” with a 95-yard intercep- Bell County opens up three games in three days young players can make
of-11 passes for 68 In the second half tion return for a touch- next Friday in the in Windsor, Ontario; Sun- crunch-time shots like
yards. sophomore Ryan Collett down. City/County Bowl at day’s opener is against the John Wall did last year.
Overall, Bell out- broke loose for a 70-yard “I think the heat was a Middlesboro where University of Windsor, “It’s hard to lead when
gained Clay 366-138. touchdown run and also hard thing to deal with they’ll play Green Monday’s game is against you start,” Calipari said.
“Offensively we ran in the two-point con- for both teams,” Hilton County at around 8:30 the Western Mustangs and “Derrick Rose did not lead
looked good at times and version. said. “I don’t know if we p.m. Tuesday’s finale is a right away (at Memphis).
rematch against the He was trying to figure it
University of Windsor. out. It’s hard to tell some-
Conrad HR gives Braves 1-0 win The Wildcats’ lineup in
Canada will look a little
body, ‘You don’t know
what you’re doing.’”
BY CHARLES ODUM Jones was in uniform on the ager Joe Torre of Kuroda and Hud- different than it will once To help teach his play-
AP Sports Writer bench and was part of the crowd of son, who is in his sixth season with the season starts in Lexing- ers what winning and los-
players to greet Conrad after the Atlanta after six years with Oakland. ton. Freshman center Enes ing feel like, each drill in
ATLANTA (AP) — Tim Hud- homer. “Hudson is back to the guy I
son needed the support of only one Kanter will not play in practice has had a winner
“He was excited,” Conrad said of remember over there in Oakland,” Canada, Calipari said, and a loser.
big hit to continue his streak of Jones. “He came up after the game Torre added. “He’s just very tough.
impressive wins. because the NCAA is “I want players in prac-
and said ‘Way to go.’” He doesn’t give in, stays down. His reviewing his eligibility tice having to win games,”
The Braves’ fill-in for Chipper Conrad hit a 2-0 pitch over the pitch count was terrific tonight. We
Jones came through in a big way. and have not yet made a Calipari said. “Win that
center-field wall. obviously couldn’t mount any kind decision. Kanter has been drill.”
Hudson extended his dominant “I was just looking for a pitch up of offense against him tonight.”
stretch of starts with three-hit ball I could drive and try to get on base,” Hudson threw 91 pitches.
for eight innings and Brooks Con- said Conrad.
rad homered in the seventh to lift Conrad said he hit a fastball.
Podsednik led off the game with
a walk and moved to second on
Redskins open with
Atlanta to a 1-0 win over the Los Kuroda called the pitch a sinker.
Angeles Dodgers on Friday night. Each said the pitch was up.
Ryan Theriot’s groundout. Hudson
did not allow another baserunner to
42-17 win over Bills
In the Braves’ first game since It was Kuroda’s fifth shutout reach second. LANDOVER, Md. a one-point lead in the
learning Jones would be lost for the loss. Billy Wagner, who blew his sev- (AP) — Donovan McNabb fourth quarter.
season with a knee injury, Conrad “I didn’t really count but it’s enth save against Houston on Wed- threw a touchdown pass in Jaguars backup Luke
made the initial bid to fill the void really disappointing when you say nesday, allowed a single to Podsed- his Washington Redskins McCown picked apart
as he replaced Jones at third base. it’s the fifth one,” Kuroda said. nik leading off the ninth. With one debut Friday night in a 42- Philadelphia’s junior-varsi-
Conrad hit his second key homer Hudson (14-5) has won five out, Podsednik was caught stealing 17 preseason win over the ty secondary, throwing for
in three games, following a two-run straight starts and has yielded only before Wagner struck out Andre Buffalo Bills. 244 yards and three touch-
homer in the ninth after replacing two runs in the impressive period. Ethier to earn his 29th save. McNabb went 5 for 8 for downs.
the injured Jones in Tuesday’s 4-2 Hudson is tied for third in the NL Kuroda gave up only three hits 58 yards in two series and Kolb was 6 of 11 for 95
win at Houston. in wins. He lowered his ERA to before Conrad’s 406-foot homer to hit Anthony Armstrong for yards. Vick was 11 of 17
“Conrad, what’s new about 2.13, also second in the league. center field with one out in the sev- a 4-yard touchdown as the for 119 yards and ran for 50
that?” asked Braves manager “I feel good,” Hudson said. “I’m enth. Redskins got off to a strong yards. He made a couple
Bobby Cox. happy with how I’m giving the Kuroda (8-11) gave up four hits August start under new spectacular plays, but also
Conrad, a 30-year-old rookie, team a chance to win. and one run in seven innings. He coach Mike Shanahan. lost a fumble and threw an
has had a knack for key homers off “It would be nice to get some big had three strikeouts with two walks, The Bills put on a mis- interception.
the bench. Three of his seven leads and blow some teams out, but one intentional. take-filled performance Falcons 20, Chiefs 10
homers have come as a pinch-hitter, if we just keep pitching this way Jonathan Broxton, who was under new coach Chan ATLANTA (AP) —
including two grand slams. we’re going to win some more close removed from his role as the Gailey. Trent Edwards, in a Dexter McCluster, a sec-
The NL East-leading Braves games.” Dodgers’ closer on Friday, gave up three-way competition for ond-round pick, made a
increased their margin over second- Hudson struck out the side in the one hit in a scoreless eighth inning. the starting quarterback few dazzling moves as a
place Philadelphia to three games. fifth and retired 13 consecutive “Until I get back right Joe just job, finished 6 for 12 for 58 tailback and a slot receiver
Conrad’s homer off Hiroki Kuro- Dodgers before giving up a single to wants to put me out there in non- yards with an interception. for Kansas City. But Dim-
da was especially big after Jones Scott Podsednik with two outs in pressure situations,” Broxton said. Eagles 28, Jaguars 27 itri Nance and Shann
announced Friday he will have sur- the sixth. “Let me get back to my feel and PHILADELPHIA (AP) Schillinger helped put the
gery on his injured left knee on “They were both pretty good, we’ll go from here. I felt good out — Starter Kevin Kolb was Falcons ahead to stay early
Saturday. weren’t they?” asked Dodgers man- there.” impressive and backup in the third quarter.
Michael Vick displayed Nance, an undrafted
Reds double and advanced to up the medication and I abled list and start in flashes of his old self rookie free agent from Ari-
third on Jim Edmonds’ took a nap in the training Cueto’s spot on Sunday. before rookie Mike Kafka zona State, ran for a 3-yard
grounder to second. room before practice,” he ... Highlights of the rallied the Eagles to victory touchdown to make it 10-3.
in their preseason opener. Schillinger, a sixth-round
Continued from page 10 Bruce then hit a chopper said. “I feel pretty good Cubs-Cardinals game in
up the middle and now.” St. Louis were shown on Pro Bowl kicker David cornerback, set up the score
The Reds pounced on Ramirez came home, but NOTES: The Marlins the Great American Ball Akers made all five of his by picking off Brodie
Johnson, scoring as many Rolen scored on a nifty didn’t reach their Cincin- Park scoreboard in left field goals, including a 36- Croyle’s throw and return-
runs in the first inning as slide past catcher Ronny nati hotel until 4 a.m., field. yarder that gave the Eagles ing it 29 yards.
they had totaled against Paulino. about three hours later
him in his previous three Bruce led off the fifth than expected, after beat-
appearances against with his 11th homer, a ing Washington in a
Cincinnati. 419-foot shot to center game that started almost
“Anybody will tell you field off Taylor Tankers- two hours late and lasted
that when you’re facing ley.
t h e m o your TV!
almost 3? hours. ...
those kinds of guys, Stanton, who carried Edmonds went 0 for 4 to
G e t out of u
you’ve got to get them an 8-for-12 surge into the remain hitless in nine at-
early,” Speier said. game, hit his 13th homer bats since joining the
“That’s the only way to and second in two nights Reds in a trade on Mon-
beat those No. 1s.” with one out in the sixth. day. ... Cincinnati RHP
Rolen hit the last of He added a one-out Johnny Cueto decided to
four consecutive first- homer to right in the not appeal the seven-
inning singles, producing eighth, despite struggling game suspension he
two runs. One out later, with a sore throat the past received for his part in
Bruce’s bouncer up the few days. the Reds’ brawl with St.
middle took a bad hop off “My throat was the Louis on Tuesday. RHP
the glove of diving short- worst it’s ever been this Homer Bailey is expect-
stop Hanley Ramirez and morning, but we switched
ed to come off the dis-
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BLONDIE Dean Young/Denis Lebrun
BEETLE BAILEY Mort Walker Today’s Answers
FUNKY WINKERBEAN Tom Batiuk
HAGAR THE HORRIBLE Chris Browne
HI & LOIS Brian and Greg Walker
THE LOCKHORNS William Hoest
MUTTS Patrick McDonnell
Jacquelene Bigar’s HOROSCOPE
HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Saturday, preferably at your place.
ZITS Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman Aug. 14, 2010:
You always put your best foot for-
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
### You just might decide to join
ward, but even more so in the next 12 a new health club or try a new eating
months. You spark a lot of creativity pattern. Whatever is going on, you
in others. Honor your need for down- might not have the control you think
time and a strong familial life. If you you do. Stop and treat someone who
are single, be very careful about who makes your life work. Let go and
you date. Make sure someone is all enjoy. Tonight: Hang out.
that you think he or she is. Be aware LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
of the impact of a new romance. If ##### Your smile melts another
you are attached, the two of you con- person’s resistance. In fact, right now
nect more and more on a very emo- you are the cat’s meow. Don’t use this
tional level. Plan special times togeth- ploy too often! A child or new friend
er, and perhaps go for that special could be pulling the wool over your
trip. SCORPIO demands a lot. eyes. Tonight: Indulging ...
The Stars Show the Kind of Day SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
THE FAMILY CIRCUS CONCEPTIS SUDOKU
You’ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-
Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult
### Take today for yourself, and
perhaps spend time with a special
Bil Keane ARIES (March 21-April 19) person. Don’t allow others to turn
by Dave Green #### Refuse to be alone. Accept
an invitation that appeals to you. You
this quiet moment into a carnival.
Bonding on this level, even with just
can also come up with a unique solu- a friend, is important. Tonight:
6 tion. A friend has as much imagina-
tion as you, if not more. Be sponta-
Feeling your Wheaties.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
3 5 2 neous. Tonight: Focus on a loved one ##### Do only what you want,
2010 Conceptis Puzzles, Dist. by King Features Syndicate, Inc.
or someone you care deeply about. and nothing else. You will naturally
9 8 1 TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
### Throw yourself into a proj-
feel good. Those lucky enough to be
around you enjoy the moment. Stop,
2 8 3 ect. An older relative, friend or boss
could be delighted to join in. Two
though, and think about what you
want; don’t lose sight of that objec-
9 minds are better than one. A friend
could be upset, not understanding
tive. Tonight: You just might decide to
head in early.
4 3 5 where you are coming from. Tonight:
So many invitations, so many
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
#### You still might be catching
9 4 6 options.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
up on what others have left undone.
Rather than feel the impact, you will
7 4 6 ##### When others fall short,
you come through. Your mental agili-
do it yourself. Use caution around
money, as it could easily float out of
DENNIS THE MENACE 5 ty and ability to see past the obvious
allow you to come up with unique
your wallet. After the daytime today,
plan on painting the town red.
Hank Ketchum Difficulty Level 8/14
solutions. Somehow one of your Tonight: You are the happening.
“brilliant” ideas could eliminate some AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
##### Follow your natural
fun plans. Tonight: Stay mellow.
7 8 5 2 3 1 4 9 6 CANCER (June 21-July 22) instincts and give in to wanderlust.
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### You are coming from a logi- You simply cannot follow the same
3 9 2 6 8 4 5 7 1 cal, grounded position. A partner routine all the time. Opt for adven-
might not have the same grasp on ture. You might want to invite a
6 1 4 7 5 9 2 8 3 reality. Utilize one of his or her ideas, friend along. You feel more centered
which could be excellent. Late after- when you are true to yourself.
9 5 6 8 1 2 3 4 7 noon, allow your playful side to Tonight: Be present with the moment.
emerge. Tonight: There is no stopping PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20)
2 4 7 3 9 5 1 6 8 you now. ##### Someone lets you know
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) in no uncertain terms that he or she
1 3 8 4 7 6 9 2 5 #### Where others trip over wants time with you. Actually, you
themselves trying to make a point, have little choice, if you want to keep
4 6 3 1 2 7 8 5 9 you inspire those around you with the peace. Schedule a relaxing concert
the same message. Perhaps it is the or movie if you can. Tonight: Let your
8 2 9 5 6 3 7 1 4 presentation. Today you’ve got what imagination take over.
it takes. Remain anchored and direct.
5 7 1 9 4 8 6 3 2 A loved one appreciates your style. Jacqueline Bigar is on the Internet
Tonight: Make the party happen, at http://www.jacquelinebigar.com.
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Bell County public records
The following people 10 for two (2) charges of TINA WILDER, 47, of JERRY LEE MARLOW,
Scores many kids as we would
like meeting the bench-
marks,” commented Prin-
were recently arrested and serving bench warrant for Tazewell, Tenn., was arrest- 24, of Ewing, Va., was arrest- Continued from page 1 cipal Smith. “We are pro-
lodged in the Bell County court, operating on suspend- ed August 10 for theft by ed August 12 for three (3) viding classes for the kids
Efforts to increase who didn’t meet them,
Detention Center: ed/revoked operators license unlawful taking/disp- charges of serving bench readiness for the exam and we hope that they
GARRETT MATTHEW and fail of owner to maintain shoplifting and theft of iden- warrant for court and improp- have increased in the dis- will all be able to meet
BUELL, 28, of Miracle was req ins/security 1st off; tity of another w/o consent; er parking violations;
arrested August 9 for theft CLAUDE ELVIS CHRISTOPHER E BRANDON SHANE tricts, with schools pro- the benchmarks before
by unlawful taking/disp- DIXON, 44, of Middlesboro COLLETT, 19, of Middles- MINK, 25, of Harrogate, viding additional training graduation.”
shoplifting; was arrested August 10 for boro was arrested August 11 Tenn., was arrested August in English, Reading, Lorie Settles is a staff writer
STEPHANIE LYNN probation violation (for mis- for four (4) charges of serv- 12 for criminal possession Math, and Science, the for the Middlesboro Daily
CUPP, 18, of Miracle was demeanor offense); ing bench warrant for court; forged instrument-2nd subjects tested on the News. She can be contacted
arrested August 9 for drug RICKY WAYNE CHASITY D degree-identify; ACT. via e-mail at lsettles@heart-
paraphernalia-buy/possess- HALL, 44, of Pineville was SIZEMORE, 26, of Speed- JASON WILLIAM “There still are not as landpublications.com.
1st offense; arrested August 10 for oper- well, Tenn., was arrested PIERCE, 34, of Pineville was
JOHNNY DALE ating on suspended/revoked August 11 for serving bench arrested August 12 for public
LANKFORD, 35, of Arjay operators license, fail of warrant for court; intoxication controlled sub- do the same.”
was arrested August 9 for owner to maintain req JODY D AKERS, 41, of stance (excludes alcohol) and Evans says she has
assault, 4th degree (domestic ins/security 1st off and Cumberland Gap, Tenn., poss of marijuana; tried to set up meetings
violence) minor injury; serving bench warrant for was arrested August 12 for LARRY K PRESNELL, Continued from page 1 with school officials, but
TAMMY LOU LEWIS, court; serving bench warrant for III, 18, of Middlesboro was School officials are they have denied her
39, of Middlesboro was BRENT D HENRY, 33, court and probation violation arrested August 12 for con- request.
quick to point out this is
arrested August 9 for oper of Middlesboro was arrested (for misdemeanor offense); tempt of court, libel/slander, She fears the new bus
mtr veh u/influ alc/drugs/etc. August 10 for serving war- CHRISTINE RENEE resistance to order; not a money issue, it's
just logistics. stop that's nearly two
.08 (agg circum) 1st, fail of rant (for other police BAKER, 23, of Pineville, BOBBY L SMIDDY, 45, miles from the original
owner to maintain req agency); was arrested August 12 for address not given, was “The only thing that's
happened here is you one is dangerous
ins/security 1st off and two ASHLEY D MIRACLE, oper mtr veh u/influ arrested August 12 for viol
(2) charges of criminal pos- 23, of Middlesboro was alc/drugs/etc. .08 - 1st off; part 393 fed safety reg - parts can't run a bus into because several coal
session forged instrument- arrested August 10 for three IRENE BARNETTE, 59, need safe operation and another county and pick trucks pass by and it’s
2nd degree-identify; (3) charges of serving bench of Middlesboro was arrested reckless driving; up children,” George near railroad tracks.
MARY J WARD, 26, of warrant for court; August 12 for contempt of L I N D S E Y Thompson said. The Bell County
Evarts was arrested August LACY PARTIN, II, 30, court, fta WHITEHEAD, 18, of Mid- In a written statement, Transportation Director
9 for two (2) charges of of Middlesboro was arrested GARRETT MATTHEW dlesboro was arrested The Harlan County is in the process of mak-
serving bench warrant for August 10 for criminal poss BUELL, 28, of Miracle was August 12 for contempt of Schools superintendent ing sure the new spot is
court; of a forged prescription, 1st arrested August 12 for poss court, fta, contempt of court, Tim Saylor says, “If we safe for students to be
STEPHEN ADAM offense and serving bench of marijuana and manufac- ftpf and theft by unlawful allow the Bell County picked up and dropped
EDWARD WILSON, 24, of warrant for court; turing methamphetamine, taking/disp-all others. off.
Bledsoe was arrested August PAUL SIMPSON, 50, of 1st off; An arrest is an accusation buses to run into our dis-
trict, we would set Information used in this
9 for two (2) charges of serv- Pineville was arrested TIFFANY LEANN only. Individuals arrested are
ing bench warrant for court; August 10 for theft by LEWIS, 21, of Middlesboro considered to be innocent, precedent to allow other story courtesy of WYMT
PAUL BUELL, 27, of unlawful taking/disp- was arrested August 12 for unless proven guilty in a surrounding districts to News.
Wallins was arrested August shoplifting; contempt of court, ftpf; court of law.
Lee County public records Union tees.
“We view this as a
The following individuals Aug. 4 for driving on a sus- Aug. 9 for two counts of aid- Jonathan Lewis Carstedt, Continued from page 1 health policy,” said
were recently arrested by the pended/revoked operator’s ing and abetting. 19, of Ewing, Va., was arrest- President de Rosset.
Lee County Sheriff’s Depart- license. Sarah Hopkins, 21, of Rose ed on Aug. 10 for five counts Over time, Union has
worked to decrease “The goal is to ensure
ment and lodged in the South- Frank Rogers, 26, of Dry- Hill, Va., was arrested on Aug. of uttering forged checks.
west Va. Regional Jail: den, Va., was arrested on 9 for aiding and abetting. Jennifer Denise Stapleton, exposure to second-hand that our work, learning,
Jason Haynes, 34, of Aug. 5 for perjury. James Jessee, 36, of St. 25, of Keokee, Va., was arrest- smoke by restricting and living spaces are
Jonesville, Va., was arrested Brandy Shelton, 30, of Charles, Va., was arrested on ed on Aug. 10 and served a tobacco use in the din- healthy for everyone. At
on Aug. 1 for possession of a Jonesville, Va., was arrested Aug. 9 for a probation viola- bench warrant for court. ing hall, campus build- the same time, we want
Schedule II controlled sub- on Aug. 6 for grand larceny. tion. Christy Amber Brown, 23, ings, and, most recently, to offer our support to
stance. Lenzy Huffman, 53, of Ronnie Baumgardner, 28, of Pennington Gap, Va., was within 50-feet of all tobacco users who may
Jacob Napier, 25, of Bris- Keokee, Va., was arrested on of Dryden, Va., was arrested arrested on Aug. 11 and served camps entrances.
tol, Va., was arrested on Aug. Aug. 6 for aiding and abetting on Aug. 9 for breaking and a bench warrant for court. experience discomfort
President de Rosset because of the policy.
2 for operating a motor vehi- (family member). entering/grand larceny. Tracie Lynn Starks, 32, of says the incremental
cle while under the influence Tammy Williams, 39, of Rosa White, 28, of St. Charles, Va., was arrested Union’s human
restrictions and ultimate
of alcohol/drugs/etc... St. Charles, Va., was arrested Duffield, Va., was arrested on on Aug. 12 for the sale/distri-
move to a tobacco-free resources and student
Justin Stone, 24, of on Aug. 7 for malicious Aug. 10 for a probation viola- bution of a Schedule I or II life staff can help stu-
Jonesville, Va., was arrested wounding. tion. narcotic. campus have been led
by the Student Govern- dents and employees
on Aug. 4 and served a bench Chris Bundy, 38, of Chayne Michael Parsons, An arrest is an accusation
ment Association access smoking cessa-
warrant for court (unautho- Jonesville, Va., was arrested on 26, of Pennington Gap, Va., only. Individuals arrested are
rized use). Aug. 8 for aiding and abetting. was arrested on Aug. 10 and considered to be innocent, (SGA), Union adminis- tion programs and prod-
Frank Rogers, 26, of Dry- Vickie Muse, 45, of Rose served a bench warrant for unless proven guilty in a court tration and the Union ucts to ease discomfort
den, Va., was arrested on Hill, Va., was arrested on court. of law. College Board of Trus- while on campus.”