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                                                                                                                                           challenges
                                                                                                                                         valedictorians
                                                                                                                                     By CHARLOTTE SANDERS
                                                                                                                                     SENIOR WRITER

                                                                                                                                        A Massey Energy official whose work habits con-
                                                                                                                                     tinue to lead him up the corporate ladder of success
                                                                                                                                     with his employer, passed along some tried and true
                                                                                                                                     advice to area Top of the Class honorees Monday.
                                                                                                                                        Troy Andes, manager of Public and Community Re-
                                                                                                                                     lations with Massey Energy, was the keynote speaker
                                                                                                                                     at the 28th annual banquet held by the Williamson Ki-
                                                                                                                                     wanis Club on the Williamson campus of Southern
                                                                                                                                     West Virginia Community and Technical College.
                                                                                                                                        Judith Hamrick, president of the Williamson Kiwa-
                                                                                                                                     nis Club, extended a welcome to the valedictorians,
                                                                                                                                     their parents and school representatives, as well as
                                                                                                                                     other guests. Williamson Mayor Darrin McCormick,
                                                                                                                                     president-elect of the club, also welcomed everyone
                                                                                                                                     and offered a few comments, after which Kiwanian
                                                                                                                                     Matthew Gilliam led in the group's singing of "Amer-
                                                                                                                                     ica."
                                                                                                                                        Kiwanian Margaret Conner led in the pledge of alle-
                                                                                                                                     giance, and Kiwanian Rush Runyon gave the invoca-
                                                                                                                                     tion. Rita Roberson, director of the college's Campus
                                                                                                                                     Operation, extended greetings from Southern and ex-
                                                                                                                                     plained briefly to the students what the college offers.
                                                                                                                                        Kiwanian Johnny Branch, principal of Tug Valley
                                                                                                                                     High School, sang "Walk Through the Storm" and din-
Left to Right: John Mark Hubbard, Kiwanis Member; First Place Winner, Alexandra Anderson, Pike Central High School;
Co-first Place Winner, Amber McCoy, Matewan High School; Judy Hamrick, Kiwanis President; Second Place Winner,

                                 For instance, Pike                    Pike County Central had      a student, Lakin Rachelle        ner followed.
Lakin Mills, Pike County Central High; Troy Andes, Massey Energy, Manager of Public & Community Relations

                               County Central High                   a student, Alexandra M.        Mills, take second place            Kiwanian John Mark Hubbard, who also is president of
                                                                                                                                     the Mingo County Commission, offered comments about
By CHARLOTTE SANDERS

                               School, located on U.S. 119           Anderson,      tie     with    this year.
SENIOR WRITER

  The 28th annual "Top of      Highway, Pikeville, has               Williamson High School           Central also had first and     the banquet and reason for it and welcomed everyone. He
the Class" banquet held        had students winning first            Valedictorian        Taylor    second place winners in          also introduced Massey Energy's speaker, Troy Andes.
Monday by the Williamson       and/or second places in the           Aubrey Elkins, for first       2010: Kristen Burke and             Andes said he graduated this year, too, marking the end
Kiwanis Club had several       Top Winners circle for 10             place among the 23 vale-       Jarrod Maynard in that           of his master's degree program at Marshall University.
unusual features worth not-    years, including 2010 and             dictorians from the area in    order.                              "With my master's degree behind me now, I'll share a few
ing.                           2011.                                 2011. Pike Central also had                                     things I wish I would have done differently in undergrad,"
                                                                                                                                     he told the area valedictorians being honored.
                                                                                                           I Turn to WINNER/6A
                                                                  I                                                                     He suggested the undergrads "begin with the end in mind.
                                                                                                                                     Realize there's more to college than what comes with your
                                                                                                                                     declared major. Over the next four years, find your passion,
                                                                                                                                     find a cause, Find what drives you. Challenge yourself."
                                                                                                                                        Describing himself as a "recovering accountant," Andes
                                                                                                                                     said that in a few weeks he would be moving from public
                                                                                                                                     relations into human resources. "Today, I'm following my
                                                                                                                                     heart and working with people instead of financial state-
                                                                                                                                     ments. So, use the next four years to find your direction; to
                                                                                                                                     find what you truly want to do; expand your horizons, and
                                                                                                                                     join an organization.
                                                                                                                                        Andes suggested the graduates plan their work and find
                                                                                                                                     the path to guide them toward preparing for a profession.
                                                                                                                                        "The best advice I can give you today," said Andes, "is
                                                                                                                                     plan your work, and work your plan. It's a saying we have
                                                                                                                                     at Massey and it's something I've adopted in my own life."
                                                                                                                                     He stressed the value of being focused, "one of the traits that
                                                                                                                                     makes you employable."
                                                                                                                                        In closing, Andes quoted John Quincy Adams (sixth pres-
                                                                                                                                     ident of the United States): "If your actions inspire others to
                                                                                                                                     dream more, learn The more, do more, and become more,
                                                                                                                                     you are a leader." Andes declared, "That is the challenge
                                                                                                                                     for all of us. And, congratulations Class of 2011."
                                                                                                                                        (The Williamson Kiwanis Club recognizes sponsor
                                                                                                                                     Massey Energy for its continued financial support and com-
                                                                                                                                     mitment to honoring academic excellence.)
     The area valedictorians were honored Monday.                                                                                                                          I Turn to SPEAKER/6A
                                                                  I                                                                                               I


 Pikeville College honors undergraduate Class of 2011
                                                                                             PIKEVILLE, Ky. – Stand-          Pikeville, Tyler Jordan Little      Whittaker, associate professor
                                                                                           ing before the Class of 2011, a    of Neon, Amy Sue Owens of           of biology, who were first- and
                                                                                           choir of beautiful voices deliv-   Haysi, Va., and Gary Thomas         second-place recipients re-
                                                                                           ered a heartwarming perform-       Smith of Virgie. Megan              spectively of the college’s
                                                                                           ance of the alma mater, “The       LeAnn Smith of Pikeville was        William Wade and Helen
                                                                                           Orange and Black,” honoring        class salutatorian.                 Record Walker Teaching Ex-
                                                                                           the academic achievements of         Keynote speaker, retired          cellence Awards.
                                                                                           150 undergraduate students         U.S. Senator Wendell H. Ford,         During the commencement,
                                                                                           and the last graduating class of   was presented with an hon-          Army ROTC Cadet Matthew
                                                                                           Pikeville College.                 orary Doctor of Public Service      Doyle was promoted to the
                                                                                             The college will officially      degree. Pikeville College           rank of second lieutenant in a
                                                                                           become the University of           Dean Emeritus, Wallace              military commissioning cere-
                                                                                           Pikeville on July 1.               Campbell, received an hon-          mony. Maj. General Edward
                                                                                             Five valedictorians were         orary Doctor of Humane Let-         W. Tonini, the adjutant general
                                                                                           recognized during the May 21       ters degree.                        of the Kentucky National
                                                                                           ceremony at the East Ken-            Also honored were Robert          Guard, administered the oath
                                                                                           tucky Expo Center in               Arts, professor of education        of office to Doyle who was
                                                                                           Pikeville, including Elizabeth     and physics and chairman of         honored as the first cadet in
The undergraduate Class of 2011 marked the end of an era May 21 as the last

                                                                                           Quinn Buckley of Pikeville,        the division of mathematics         the Pikeville College ROTC
graduates of Pikeville College. “The applause and cheers of your family, friends

                                                                                           Olivia Danielle Harris of          and natural sciences, and Joe       program to be commissioned.
and the community acknowledge how proud we all are of your accomplish-
ments during your years at Pikeville,” said President Paul E. Patton. “We extend



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Local
I Community Calendar                                                 more information, contact               June 14                     June 28 and 29                             Ongoing
                                                                     Vanessia Gillispie at 353-       Bevins Elementary School      The Mingo Career Center
         May 24-25                 through grade 5. The camp is 6886                               will be hosting a Summer       will be holding GED testing          Every fourth Monday of
   The Mingo Career Center         being sponsored by the Fam-                                     Preschool Camp from noon       for candidates that passed the     each month, House of Hope
will conduct GED testing for       ily Resource Center through                                     to 2 p.m. The program will     official practice test. For        Food Pantry on Helena Av-
candidates who have passed         a grant funded by the                      June 10-11           be for students 2-4 years of   more information, call John        enue in Delbarton holds its
the official practice test. For    Pike/Floyd Agency for Sub-          Tug Valley High School age. The camp is being spon-        Webb at 304 475-3347 x13.          food giveaway. They offer
more information, contact          stance Abuse Policy. For Class of 2001 is having its sored by the Family Re-                   To register for Adult Basic        USDA foods free of charge
John Webb at 304-475-3347          more information, contact 10-year reunion. On Friday, source Center through a grant            Education to take the official     to qualifying low-income
ext. 17. To register for Adult     Vanessia Gillispie at 353- it will be at 317 Steakhouse funded by the Pike/Floyd               practice test, call Mary Oliver    families. Hour of operation
Basic Education to take the        6886                              in Logan at 8 p.m. On Satur- Agency for Substance Abuse      304 475-2022.                      are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
practice test, call Mary Oliver                                      day, a picnic at Laurel Lake Policy. For more informa-                                          For emergency food, call
at 304-235-2022.                               June 4                Park will take place at noon. tion, contact Vanessia                    June 28                 (304) 235-1678.
                                      Acoustic Guitar Open-Mic For more information, email Gillispie at 353-6886                     Bevins Elementary School
  The Gilbert Water Works          Night VI will be held at the Chris Williamson at christo-                                      will be hosting a Summer             Belfry High School will be
will be flushing fire hydrants     Righteous Brew Coffee- pherj.Williamson@gmail.co                                               Preschool Camp from noon           accepting nominations for
in the Gilbert, Tamcliff,          house, 182 E. 2nd Ave, m                                                  June 17              to 2 p.m. The program will         parent representatives for Site
Slabtown and Paynter Bot-          Williamson, from 6 p.m. to                                         The Mingo County Demo-      be for students 2-4 years of       Based Council though April
tom area.                          10 p.m. Performance spaces                   June 11            crat Women will hold their     age. The camp is being spon-       29.
                                   will be held on a first come-       The Hatfield McCoy Re- annual picnic at the                sored by the Family Re-
        May 25-26                  first served basis. For more union Festival & Marathon Williamson City Pool at 6               source Center through a grant         The Donald Taylor Com-
  ASEP Coaching class will         information, contact Lyric will kick off with the p.m. Local and state democ-                  funded by the Pike/Floyd           munity and Disaster Center
be held at Huntington High         Promotions at 304-235-2823. marathon beginning at 7 a.m. rat leaders are welcome to            Agency for Substance Abuse         of North Matewan is look-
School from 5 p.m. to 10                                             From 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., join. Members are asked to          Policy. For more informa-          ing for volunteers for their
p.m. for those interested in                  June 5-8               there will be live music, bring whatever dishes or           tion, contact Vanessia             center. For more informa-
coaching a secondary school           There will be a non-contact karaoke, crafts, food, and desserts they are on the list        Gillispie at 353-6886              tion, call (304) 426-8554.
sport.      Register      at       youth football camp for all more             in     downtown for. All members and families
www.wvssac.org                     positions for boys in upcom- Williamson. For more info, are invited and encouraged to
                                   ing grades 5-9 on June 5-6 at call the Tug Valley Chamber attend.
         May 28-29                 Belfry High School from of Commerce at 304-235-
   Open house will be ob-          9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. For 5240                                          June 21
served at the Red Robin            grades K-4, a youth football                                       Bevins Elementary School
Musuem at Stone, Ky. On            fun camp will be June 7-8           The first annual “Ride for will be hosting a Summer
Saturday, it’s open from 10        from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. The the Lady Miners” will begin Preschool Camp from noon
a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sunday       camps will be conducted by at 10 a.m. with sign in begin- to 2 p.m. The program will
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Every-       Belfry High School Head ning at 9 a.m. The ride will be for students 2-4 years of
one is welcome.                    Football Coach Phillip Hay- begin at Gilbert and go age. The camp is being spon-
                                   wood and the BHS coaching through                    Matewan, sored by the Family Re-
           May 28                  staff. There is no fee for either Williamson, and Burch. Reg- source Center through a grant
   The Belfry High School          camp. Camp applications istration is $25 per bike/one funded by the Pike/Floyd
Varsity Cheerleaders are           may be picked up at BHS. rider plus $5 for the second Agency for Substance Abuse
hosting a Girl’s Night Out for     For more information, con- rider. All proceeds go toward Policy. For more informa-
fourth and fifth grade chil-       tact Phillip Haywood or An- summer camps for the Lady tion, contact Vanessia
dren. It will take place in the    thony Tackett at 237-3900. Miners Basketball team. Gillispie at 353-6886
Belfry High School cafeteria                                         Contact Debbie Butcher after
from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Admis-                   June 5                3 p.m. at (304) 664-8404 to
sion fee is $25.                      The W.T. and Stella De- register.                                  June 26 and 27
                                   skins family reunion will be                                       The Mingo Career Center
   A family reunion of the late    held at the family cemetery                  June 12            will be holding GED testing
Emzy         and       Louisa      starting at 11 a.m. For more        Dandy’s open mic-night 1 for candidates that passed the
Williamson Robinette will be       information, call Oliver will be held from 6 p.m. to 10 official practice test. For
held at the Hardy Park Big         Spradlin at (304) 235-5559. p.m. at Dandy’s, 1st avenue more information, call John
Shelter at 11 a.m. in Hardy,                                         and Court Street in Webb at 304 475-3347 x13.
Ky. Event will also include                    June 7                Williamson, on a first come, To register for Adult Basic
Rose and Lewis Pinson Fran-           Bevins Elementary School first serve basis. For more in- Education to take the official
cis family. For more informa-      will be hosting a Summer formation, contact Lyrick practice test, call Mary Oliver
tion, call Ervin Francis at        Preschool Camp from noon Promotions, LTD., at 304- 304 475-2022.
(606) 237-4743.                    to 2 p.m. The program will 235-2823.
                                   be for students 2-4 years of
         June 1-2                  age. The camp is being spon-
  Bevins Elementary School         sored by the Family Re-
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Fun Fitness Camp from 10           grant funded by the              Extra! Extra!
a.m. to noon. The program          Pike/Floyd Agency for Sub-
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Editorial
I An Upward Look

  The Daily Blessing
 Be Strong And Of Good Courage
  “Be strong and of good courage: for unto this people
shalt thou divide for an inheritance the land, which I
swore unto their fathers to give them.” (Joshua 1:6)

   After the death of Moses, Joshua became the leader
who would lead the Israelites into the land of Canaan
which the Lord had promised Abraham many years ago.
Before crossing the Jordan River into the Promised Land
                  the Lord spoke to Joshua and assured
                  him that “Every place that the sole of
                  your foot will tread upon I have given
                  you as I said to Moses. No man shall be
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                  able to stand before you all the days of
                  your life; as I was with Moses, so I will
                  be with you. I will not leave you nor for-
                  sake you. Be strong and very coura-
                  geous, that you may observe to do
                  according to all the law which Moses my
                  servant commanded you, do not turn
from it to the right hand or to the left.” (Joshua 1:1-7) He
encouraged Joshua not to be afraid, nor be dismayed, for
the Lord your God is with you wherever you go. (vs. 9)
  The Book of Joshua described the entering, conquer-
ing, and occupying of the Land of Canaan. Through
three major military campaigns involving more than                                   23:14)
thirty enemy armies, the people of Israel learn a crucial                              We will find that the promises God made to His chil-                God wants us to be strong and of good courage,
lesson under Joshua’s capable leadership: victory comes                              dren, will all be fulfilled just as He has said. The writer           As we live on the earth,
through faith in God and obedience to His word, rather                               of Hebrews encouraged us by saying, “Let us hold fast                 And to those who love and trust Him,
than military might or numerical superiority.                                        the profession of our faith without wavering; (for he is              His promises are to us of infinite worth
  What a great lesson this is for us today! God has not                              faithful that promised;)” (10:23) And I John 2:25 reminds             So help us Heavenly Father,
changed, neither has His expectations. Our faith in God                              us, “And this is the promise that he hath promised us                 To trust you to life’s end,
and obedience to His Holy Word is still the criteria for                             even                       eternal                   life.”           For you are our God, our Creator,
those who will live with the Lord forever. The Book                                   We find comfort and joy in His promises—“Lo, I am                    And our eternal friend.
ends with the completion of conquest “that not one thing                             with you always, even unto the end of the world.”
hath failed of all the good things which the Lord your                                 (Matthew 28:20) and “I will never leave thee, nor for-
God spake concerning you; all are come to pass unto                                  sake thee.” (Hebrews 13:5) We praise you, Lord, for                   Dear Father, we praise you for your eternal love and-
you, and not one thing hath failed thereof.” (Joshua                                 your precious promises.                                             promises. In Jesus holy name we pray. Amen.
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I House week in review                                                               plan to the heads of all three branches of state govern-            Economic Development Cabinet has the next largest pro-
                                                                                     ment.                                                               posed project funding total at $212.3 million for the Ken-
                                                                                        What Westwood called the “major undertaking” of de-              tucky Economic Development Finance Authority,
By: State Rep. Hubert Collins, D-Wittensville

                                                                                     veloping a statewide agency capital plan included the               High-Tech Construction/Investment pools and Economic
                                                                                     board’s May 13 review of agency plans from three cabi-              Development Bond program, followed by proposed proj-
                                                                                     nets: Economic Development, Tourism, Arts and Her-                  ect funding for the Transportation Cabinet ($89.8 mil-
Capital improvements
                                                                                     itage, and Transportation, Testimony was also received              lion), the Kentucky River Authority ($88 million) to
                                                                                     from the Kentucky River Authority, the School Facilities            renovate locks and dams and repair several dams, and the
plans for next two years
                                                                                     Construction Commission (SFCC), and the Department                  Department for Local Government ($42 million) for the
                                                                                     for Local Government.                                               Flood Control Matching Program, the Renaissance on
underway
                                                                                        Funding totals for proposed projects were included in            Main Program, and the Community Enhancement Pro-
                   FRANKFORT— Six state agencies                                     the reports for each agency, with the most funding pro-             gram.
                shared their building improvement and                                posed for projects through the SFCC.                                   Agencies, board and cabinets not testifying before this
                other capital improvement plans with the                                The total funding request for SFCC for the six-year pe-          board this summer in advance of the 2012-2018 plan’s
HUBERT


                state’s Capital Planning Advisory Board                              riod is $675 million for bonding and targeted funding of            approval either have no projects or use restricted funds
COLLINS


                in May to help the board prepare its 2012-                           projects every two years, according to the SFCC capital             for their projects, board staff reports. The Auditor of Pub-
                2018 Statewide Capital Improvements                                  plan report. Authorized bonding will allow the SFCC                 lic Accounts, Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan
                Plan.                                                                help local school districts with major renovation or new            Corporation, Kentucky Retirement Systems, Kentucky
                   “The major responsibility of this board                           construction, the plan states, while targeted funds help            Lottery Corporation, Office of the Governor and Secre-
                is to develop a statewide capital improve-                           those school districts that are most in need of additional          tary of State’s office are among those entities that will not
                ments plan. We do this every two years,”                             support.                                                            be testifying.
said board co-chair Sen. Jack Westwood, R-Erlanger. The                                 Projects proposed in the Tourism, Arts, and Heritage                The board plans to meet next month on Friday, June 17
board is expected to conclude its work on the 2012-2018                              Cabinet’s six-year plan total over $622.5 million, with the         and once a month from July through September to finish
plan later this year when it approves and transmits the                              most projects proposed for the Department of Parks. The             agency plan reviews.
                                                                                                                    I

                                                                                     smarminess. The story: romancing the domestic help with             ing, have had my full attention. To tell you the truth, I've
Two stories —- common                                                                full consent of the domestic. Tawdry as it is, it seems a tad       probably watched more television in the past month than I
                                                                                     unfair to ol' Arnold to put him in the same cell, or story, with    have in the past 10 years -- if you don't count Auburn foot-
                                                                                     DSK.                                                                ball.
                                                                                        One sex story concerns an alleged crime. The other sex              I'd forgotten how quickly real stories can be forgotten
and criminal
                                                                                     story is so common that it ought to be a crime to call it news.     when juicy, gossipy ones come to light. The flooding, for
                                                                                        So. Arnold had a woman on the side, conveniently                 instance, was good to television crews to begin with,
BY RHETA GRIMSLEY JOHNSON

  Sex is much in the news of late, and not in a good way. Is                         enough inside his own family home. For many years. I'm              plenty of scary visuals to go with the inane chatter.
sex ever in the news in a good way? Only that squeaky-                               shocked -- shocked! -- that there weren't two or three oth-            But the floodwaters' slow crawl to the Gulf has not fit
clean kind we're left to imagine, like young British Royals                          ers. If there were, who should care but Maria? The public           television's frantic pace. You can almost see the anchors
on a honeymoon.                                                                      tweeting and airing of this laundry is lame, and I, for one,        looking quizzically at the reporters in knee-deep water,
  Two sex stories have managed to eclipse everything else,                           don't care about the particulars.                                   thinking, "So flood, already."
even Republican Newt Gingrich's jewelry bill. I had won-                                As with most media storms, some good already has come               One television reader actually said she was "eager" to
dered about the secret of that toad's successful wooing. The                         of this: Arnold has postponed his return to movies.                 see what happened when the floodwaters crested in Vicks-
stories are riding tandem and inspiring endless analyses and                            By the same token, the Frenchman Strauss-Kahn's active           burg, Miss. She meant "anxious," or at least I think she
news roundups about scandal, blaming the woman and                                   romantic past is not proof that he's a rapist; it's proof he did-   did. I'm going to give her the benefit of the doubt. I'm
hypocrisy.                                                                           n't need to be. He was called The Great Seducer, not The            going to assume she merely made a common grammati-
  I am no Arnold Schwarzenegger fan, trust me, not on any                            Great Rapist. Rape is about rage, not sex. Accusations of           cal error.
score. His politics and his movies stink. But his particular                         his forcing his attentions on women might be more prob-                But if news were a game like Rock, Paper, Scissors, sex
sex story probably doesn't belong in the same news                                   lematic. Or they might be untrue. At this point, who knows?         would beat a flood every time.
roundup, or breath, as an alleged sexual assault by the pow-                            I've been watching a lot more television news than I nor-
erful money man Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Am I right?                                  mally do. The main reason is the weather. The Deep South              To find out more about Rheta Grimsley Johnson and her
  No assault has been mentioned in Arnold's case, only                               tornadoes, followed closely by the Mississippi River flood-         books, visit www.rhetagrimsleyjohnsonbooks.com.




                                

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Sports
 Hawks advance to face Pirates in District
Defeat Phelps in round one
By PAMELA SCOTT JOHNSON
SPORTS EDITOR

   BELFRY,                         Ky.                     --
 The Pike County Central Hawks defeated the Phelps
Hornets 13-9 in round one and will face the Belfry Pi-
rates today for District 60 champs.
   The Hornets kept the game close until the fourth inning
when the Hawks took control. Phelps led 4-3 when Cen-
tral decided it was enough and outscored Phelps 5-2 in
the fourth.
   It was all PCC the remainder of the game.
   The winning pitcher was reliever Blake Clark on the
mound for Central. He allowed four hits, five runs and
had six Ks.
   Picking up the loss was starter Dakota Smith. Smith
gave up 12 runs, 14 hits and had five strikeouts.
   Phelps ended the season 11-6 while PCC is 5-15 with
the win.
   Clark was 5 for 5 at the plate for the Hawks, all singles
and scored in the third, fourth and fifth. Wes Pugh was
also strong with the bat going 3 for 4. Pugh slapped a two-
bagger in the second, singled in the third and hit an RBI
single in the fifth.
   Adam Daugherty was 2 for 5 with a single in the first,
an RBI double in the fourth and crossed the plate to score.
Channing Smith was also 2 for 5 with a two-run double
in the fourth and a single in the seventh.
   Austin Maynard was 1 for 4 with an RBI single in the
fourth. Cory Shouse batted 2 for 4 and smacked a RBI
double in the fourth and a 2-run single in the fifth. Dal-
ton Kelly was 0 for 3 with a sac fly in the seventh. Rob-
bie Hopkins was 1 for 3 with a single and scored in the
fifth.
   Mac Page was the big bat for the Hornets. Page was 3
for 3 with a RBI singles in the third and sixth and a sin-
gle in the fourth.
   Austin Mayhorn was 1 for 4 with a double ribeye in
the fourth. Brandon Sneed batted 1 for 4 with a single and
scored in the fourth. Smith was 2 for 3 with a ribbie in the
fourth and sixth.
   Zach Avina was 1 for 4 and singled in the second. Chris
Stump was 1 for 4 with a 2-run single in the third. Coty
Blankenship was 1 for 3. He singled in the seventh, was
hit by a pitch and scored in the fourth.
   Belfry and Pike Central will advance to the Region at
Prestonsburg.
   PCC 0 0 3 5 4 0 1
                                                                                                                                                                   PHOTO BY KYLE LOVERN

   PHS 0 0 4 2 0 2 0
                                                              Phelps pitcher Dakota Smith picked up the loss against the Pike Central Hawks 13-9 in District 60 play at Belfry. The
                                                              Hawks advance to play BHS today for champions.

                                                                                                I


                  Banks’ track results
                               Charleston.                   preliminary races in Class         at Charleston. Last year,        Banks' time in the 100       meter dash this year with a
                                 The senior competed in      A Region 3 on May 12 and           Banks was the anchor of        was 13.44 in the Region        time of 28.56 for first
By PAMELA SCOTT

                               the 200-yard dash and         later first in the finals of the   the state champions 4x200      with no competition to re-     place.
JOHNSON

                               placed fourth with a 27.84    100-meter and 200-meter            relay team and runners-up      ally push her to sprint           This was Banks' third
SPORTS EDITOR

  Williamson          High     time. The winner of the       dash, which qualified her          in the 4x100 relay. She fin-   faster. She crossed the fin-   trip to participate in state
School’s Olivia Banks ran      event was Kelsey Zuspan       for the chance to compete          ished seventh in the 100       ish line with a good lead on   competition. She plans to
in the state track meet Sat-   with a time of 26.74.         in state.                          with a time of 13.29 in        the rest of the runners.       further her education at
urday at Laidley Field in        Banks placed first in the      The senior is no stranger       state competition.               Banks added the 200-         West Virginia University.
                                                                                                I

 Matewan loses to Man in Region




                                                    PHOTO BY GREG ADKINS                                                                                              PHOTO BY GREG ADKINS
Matewan's Nate Anderson slapped a 2-run homer in the Tigers 13-10          Tiger's catcher Grant Charles makes a good play at home against the Man Hillbillies during Regional play at
loss against the Man Hillbillies during Region 4 play.                     Matewan. The Tigers lost a heart-breaker 13-10.
                                                                                                I

                     Players file unfair labor charge against NBA
  NEW YORK (AP) -- The                 The union says the NBA hasn't       of the NLRB seeks "an injunction       before the June 30 expiration of        Though both sides insist they
NBA players' association filed an    bargained in good faith, has made     against the NBA's unlawful bar-        the current one. They plan to        realize the importance of negoti-
unfair labor charge against the      financial demands without offer-      gaining practices and its unlaw-       meet early next month during the     ating a deal themselves without it
league Tuesday with the National     ing concessions to the players,       ful lockout threat."                   NBA finals, but remain far apart     reaching the courts, as the NFL's
Labor Relations Board, a move it     and has bypassed the union to           The NBA and players are try-         on major financial issues and a      labor situation has, the union
hopes could block a lockout it       deal directly with players.           ing to reach a deal for a new col-     work stoppage remains a possi-       hopes the charge could give them
feels owners want.                     The charge filed with Region 2      lective bargaining agreement           bility.                              legal backing if bargaining fails.
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Records
I Obituaries
                               at her home. She was the       (Walter) Barker of Red                                          Smith became co-winner         and Sheldon Clark about
                               daughter of the late Kennie    Jacket, Judy (Chuck)
                                                                                              Winner                          in 2003. By 2004, Jeffrey      nine winners each. Other
                               and Gladys Whitt Young         Hilbert of Sevierville,                                         Brandon Blankenship took       high schools in the area
                                                                                                                              co-winner honors for Cen-      have had from one to three
                                                                                              I CONTINUED FROM 1A
                               Smith.                         Tenn., Roger (Dinah) Ed-
                                  Survivors include her       wards of McCarr, Ky., Rita         The school was con-          tral. Billi Renee Thomp-       winners since the Kiwanis
                               husband, Monty Der-            Akers of McCarr, Ky. and        structed in the mid 1990s,      son took first place as Top    Club began its annual ob-
                               ringer; three children         Ronnie (Tina) Edwards of        resulting in the consolida-     Winner in 2006. Since          servance in 1984.
                                                                                              tion of two Pike County         then, Central has racked         Also observed during
    Brian Adams                Gladys Faith, Nikki Lynn,
                               and Brandon Jeffrey; one
                                                              McCarr, Ky.; 13 grandchil-
                                                              dren; 17 great-grandchil-       high schools – Johns            up a few more honors as        the evening was the fact
                               brother, Donnie (Anna)         dren; caretaker, Myrtle         Creek and Mullins.              follows:                       that the valedictorians
  Brian David Adams, 51,                                                                         Pike County Central's          2007 – first place, Cori-    from Williamson, Burch,
of Williamson, passed          Young of Winchester, Ky.;      Slone Hager of McCarr,
                                  one sister Carlene          Ky. and a host of nieces        first entry into the            anna Buckley, and second       Matewan and Gilbert High
away Saturday, May 21,                                                                        Williamson         Kiwanis      place, Elizabeth Moore.        Schools are the last to rep-
2011 in the emergency          (Allen) Ramsey of Spring-      and nephews.
                               field, Ky.; nieces, Jessica          Funeral services will     Club's "Top of the Class"         2008 – first place, Tyson    resent their respective
room at the Williamson                                                                        winners circle came in          Mauk.                          schools since the schools
Memorial Hospital.             Young, Candice Arnold,         be held at 1 p.m. Friday,
                               Rachel Young, Becca Stan-      May 27, 2011 in the R. E.       2000 - Tiffany Caldwell           2009 – first place, Mar-     will close at the end of the
  Born April 29, 1960 in                                                                      took second place.              shall D. Miller.               current school term and be
Williamson, he was the         ley, and Haley Stanley;        Rogers Funeral Home with
                               nephews, Joshua Young          Roger Blackburn officiat-          In 2003, James David           Belfry High has had a        consolidated with the new
son of the late Arthur                                                                        Mullins won first place for     dozen winners through the      Mingo County Central
Elsworth Adams and Char-       and James Young; special       ing. Burial will follow in
                               friends Brenda Harley,         the Mountain View Mem-          the school, and David           years; Williamson High         High School in August.
lotte McCoy Adams.
  Brian was a disabled x-      Anita Smith, and a host of     ory Gardens, Huddy, Ky.
ray aide, having worked at     other family and friends.      with grandsons serving as                                                   I
Williamson        Memorial        Funeral services will be    pallbearers. Visitation will
Hospital.                      conducted Tuesday; May         be held after 6 p.m. on                                            Belfry High School:         School: Colby Kirk and
  Survivors include 2          24, at 1 p.m. from the Hat-    Wednesday and Thursday          Speaker                          Courtney A. Blackburn,        Luke Bentley.
brothers Arthur Q. "Artie"     field Funeral Chapel in        at R. E. Rogers Funeral                                          Garett Charles Francis,         Burch High School: Ash-
                               Toler, Ky., with James D.      Home. R. E. Rogers Fu-
                                                                                              I CONTINUED FROM 1A
Adams of Williamson, and                                                                                                       Katie Hatfield, Chelsea       ley Megan Curry and
Robert Elsworth Adams of       Young officiating. Burial      neral Home of Belfry is in         The event concluded          Gayle Hunt, Kayla Sue          Travis Ray Ward.
Destin, Fla.; one sister,      will follow in the Whitt       charge of arrangements.         with the presentation of en-    James, Carissa Hackney           Gilbert High School:
Janice D. Adams (Scott)        Family Cemetery at Big         Online condolences at           graved "Top of the Class"       and Alyssa Marcum.             Cassidy Richards, Kather-
Goins of Marietta, Ga.;        Bluesprings Road, Ran-         www.rerogersfuneralhome         plaques to the valedictori-       Tug Valley High School:      ine Jordan-Lyn Farmer and
one niece, Jessica Michelle    som, Ky., with family and      .com                            ans present. Several did not    Richard Carl Dempsey,          Natalie Hope Stanley.
Russell; and two nephews       friends serving as pallbear-                                   attend.                         Kaitlyn E. Canterbury and        Phelps High School:
Joshua Neil Adams and          ers.                                                              Andes presented the          Brittney Davis.                KeAnna Compton.
                                  Visitation will be from 6
Brandon Wyatt Adams.
  In honoring Brian's          p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday             George Pinson                awards, assisted by Kiwani-
                                                                                              ans Doyle Van Meter and
                                                                                                                                Pike County Central
                                                                                                                              High School: Alexandra M.
                                                                                                                                                               Regional          Christian
                                                                                                                                                             School: Tonya Beth Miller.
wishes, he was cremated        evening at the funeral                                         Matthew Gilliam. Photos         Anderson, (who won a tie         Williamson High School:
and funeral services will be   home.                             George Craig Pinson,         were made of the group af-      in first place for the Top     Taylor Aubrey Elkins.
held Wednesday, May 25,           Online condolences may      55, passed away suddenly        terwards.                       valedictorian; and Lakin         Matewan High School:
at 2 p.m. at the Hatfield      be expressed to the family     on May 6, 2011, at his             The Top of the Class stu-    Rachelle Mills, second         Amber McCoy, tied for first
Funeral Chapel at Toler,       by          going         to   home in Scottsdale, Ariz.       dent and the schools they       place.                         place as this year's top vale-
Ky., with the Rev. Ron         www.hatfieldfc.com.               He is survived by his        represented include:              Sheldon Clark High           dictorian.
Sanger officiating. The           Arrangements are under      wife and best friend of
family will receive friends    the direction of the Hat-      over 20 years, Mary; his                                                    I
beginning       at    noon     field Funeral Chapel of        two children, Angel Dawn
Wednesday at the funeral       Toler, Ky.                     and James Clayton Craig;
home.                                                         and four grandchildren,
                                                              Breanna Hatfield, Dakota
                                                                                                 Report: Pedestrians at
  In lieu of flowers, me-
morial contributions may                                      Chafins, Madison Chafins,
be made to the American                                       and Kira Pinson. He is also
                                                              survived by his mother,
                                                                                              risk in many areas of W.Va.
Diabetes Association.                                                                           CHARLESTON, W.Va.             prove pedestrian safety on     sion of Highways.
  Online condolences may                                      Foy Ann Ballou Pinson, of
                                                                                              (AP) — West Virginia            the nation's highways.           The DOH has a design
be made by going to                                           Ariz.; sister, Marji (Bunny)
                                                                                              ranked 24th in the nation         "Our tax money that          directive to give consider-
www.hatfieldfc.com.                                           Pinson Blackburn of Ky.;
                                                                                              in pedestrian deaths as         goes to the federal govern-    ation to pedestrian needs
                                                              sister, Andrea Pinson
  Arrangements have been
entrusted to the Hatfield       Frances Edwards               Rogers, of Ariz.; and
                                                                                              237 people died on the
                                                                                              state's highways between
                                                                                                                              ment and comes back to
                                                                                                                              West Virginia should be
                                                                                                                                                             when designing new
                                                                                                                                                             roadways, she said. The
Funeral Chapel of Toler,                                      brother, James (Jamie) Pin-
                                                                                              2000-2009, according to a       used to build streets, roads   cost of such improve-
Ky.                                 Frances Mae Edwards,      son, of Ky.; and a large ex-
                                                                                              report released Tuesday         and highways that are safe     ments depends on a pro-
                               78, of McCarr, Ky. passed      tended family. He was
                                                                                              by Transportation for           for all users," said Gary      ject's scope.
                               away Monday, May 23,           preceeded in death by his
                                                                                              America.                        Zuckett, executive direc-        Besides McDowell, the
                               2011, at the Pikeville Med-    father, George Clayton
                                                                                                McDowell County led           tor of West Virginia Citi-     other counties ranked in
                               ical Center.                   Pinson, and grandparents,
                                                                                              the state in the number of      zen Action.                    the top 10 for pedestrian
                                      She was born March      Everette and Marjorie Bal-
                                                                                              pedestrian deaths per             Nationally about 1.5         fatalities per 100,000 res-
                               1, 1933, at Varney, the        lou and Sidney and Mary
                                                                                              county with 3.22 deaths         percent of all federal         idents are: Berkeley, 2.66;
                               daughter of the late Pearlie   Pinson of Kentucky.
                                                                                              per 100,000 residents.          highway dollars are used       Wayne, 2.37; Kanawha,
                               and Clara Marie Willis Ed-        Craig had a distin-
                                                                                              Charleston topped the           to upgrade roadways even       2.37; Mineral, 1.85; Mer-
                               wards. She was also pre-       guished and honorable
                                                                                              metropolitan fatality list      though 67 percent of all       cer, 1.79; Greenbrier,
  Kenie Derringer              ceded in death by two
                               great-grandchildren and
                                                              military history with the
                                                              United States Marine
                                                                                              with 1.8 deaths per             pedestrian deaths over the     1.73; Raleigh, 1.52; Jef-
                                                                                              100,000 residents.              past decade occurred on        ferson, 1.48; and Monon-
  Kenie Lynn (Gabby)           several brothers and sis-      Corps, having been en-
                                                                                                The national average is       federal-aid roads, said        galia, 1.40.
            Smith Der-         ters.                          listed for many years and
                                                                                              1.6 deaths per 100,000          James Corless, Transport         Besides       Charleston,
            ringer, 41,              She was a sales repre-   stationed both in the U.S.
                                                                                              residents. During the re-       for America's director.        other metropolitan areas
            of Spring-         sentative for Ibos Dress       and abroad. Services and a
                                                                                              porting period, 47,700          The Washington, D.C.-          noted in the report for
            field, Ky.,        Shop, Matewan, and a           military funeral were held
                                                                                              pedestrians were killed         based group works on           pedestrian fatalities per
            formerly of        member of the United           on Friday, May 20, at noon
                                                                                              nationwide.                     transportation issues.         100,000 residents in-
            Ransom,            Baptist Church.                in Arizona.
                                                                                                The report said highway         West Virginia is a rural     cluded Hagerstown-Mar-
            Ky., passed              Survivors include her       His love, his smile, his
                                                                                              design and traffic speed        state so highway im-           tinsburg,              1.6;
            away Sat-          husband, Wayne Edwards,        sense of humor will be
                                                                                              account for the majority of     provements to accommo-         Morgantown, 1.3; Park-
            urday, May         Jr., of McCarr, Ky.; chil-     deeply, deeply missed by
                                                                                              deaths. The group encour-       date pedestrians are more      ersburg-Marietta-Vienna,
            21, 2011,          dren, Linda (James) Staggs     all who knew and loved
                                                                                              aged the installation of        focused in urban, rather       1.2; Cumberland, 1.1;
                               of Louisa, Ky., Brenda         him.
Derringer

                                                                                              sidewalks, bicycle lanes,       than rural areas, said         Winchester, 0.9; Weirton-
                                            I                                                 crosswalks and reducing         Cindy Cramer, traffic en-      Steubenville, 0.7; and
                                                                                              crossing distances to im-       gineer with the state Divi-    Wheeling, 0.5.
  I Hospital Reports                                                                                                                      I
           Appalachian Regional Hospital
    Admissions
    I Phyllis Chirico, Williamson
                                                     Weirton plans                                   Feds: Massey, Peabody
    I Carolyn Stump, Varney
    I Lilly Jane Dillon, Williamson                  premiere party                                ordered to turn over records
                                                                                                                              Health Administration          rejected Peabody's argu-
    I Lydia Jane Coleman, Pinsonfork, Ky.
    I Sylvia Hall, Phelps, Ky.                        for 'Super8'                            By: TIM HUBER
                                                                                                                              said Tuesday that Vir-         ment that it could with-
                                                                                                                              ginia-based Massey and         hold sensitive and private
    I Eric Jason Linkenhoker, Hardy, Ky..                                                     AP BUSINESS WRITER

                                                                                                CHARLESTON, W.Va.             St. Louis-based Peabody        information.
                                                       WEIRTON, W.Va. (AP) — The              (AP)                    —       refused to turn over infor-      In Massey's case,
                                                     West Virginia town that had a role
    Discharges
    I Darlene Branham, Pinsonfork, Ky.
                                                                                                An administrative law         mation it needed to deter-     MSHA says the judge
                                                     in the new Paramount Pictures film
    I Mark Gallaugher, Chattaroy
                                                                                              judge has ordered Massey        mine if eight mines in         ruled that complying
                                                     "Super8" is going to celebrate the
    I Irene Stepp, Majestic, Ky.
                                                                                              Energy and Peabody En-          Illinois, Indiana, Ken-        with regulations is vital
                                                     premiere with a party.
    I Christine Stiltner, Majestic, Ky.
                                                                                              ergy to turn over informa-      tucky, Virginia and West       to improving safety and
                                                       For nearly two months last fall,       tion about coal mine            Virginia should be subject     health.
  UMW criticizes Alpha for                           Weirton and other parts of Brooke        accidents, injuries and         to greater enforcement           Massey says it was try-
                                                     and Hancock counties were trans-         work-related illnesses to       because of persistent vio-     ing to protect employee
                                                     formed into the fictional town of
   keeping Massey execs
                                                                                              federal regulators.             lations.                       privacy. Peabody had no
   CHARLESTEON, W.Va. (AP) — The                     Lillian. The movie will be released        The Mine Safety and              MSHA says the judge         immediate comment.
United Mine Workers is criticizing Alpha Nat-        nationwide on June 10.
ural Resources' decision to keep two Massey            Weirton is planning a celebration                                                  I
Energy Co. officials after it acquires the trou-     on June 5.
bled coal producer.                                    Planning committee chairman
   Union President Cecil Roberts says Alpha          Fred Marsh says it's free and open
                                                     to everyone.
                                                                                                  Camden Park now open
shouldn't keep Massey Chief Operating Offi-
cer Chris Adkins and General Counsel Shane             It will start with a Main Street pa-     weekends for its 108th season
Harvey. Both are expected to stay in different       rade featuring 1970s-era vehicles
jobs after the deal closes June 1.                   and children on bicycles, a nod to a       HUNTINGTON, W.Va.             be open 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.   toric Haunted House, which
   Roberts said Friday that Adkins is respon-        promotional scene for the movie.         (AP)                      —     Saturdays and Sundays in       was completely restored last
sible for Massey's willful disregard of safety         The Weirton Daily Times says or-         The historic family-run       May.                           August. It also has the train,
laws. He criticizes Harvey for continually           ganizers have invited Bill "Chilly       Camden Park near Hunting-          Tickets to the park are     the Log Flume, Swan
blaming an uncontrollable natural gas inunda-        Billy" Cardille, host of "Chiller        ton is now open for its 108th   $21.99 for adults and          Boats, the Kite Flier, The
tion for the 2010 explosion that killed 29 at        Theater."                                season.                         $15.99 for kids and seniors    Big Dipper, Dodge 'Em
Massey's Upper Big Branch Mine — a notion              The Saturday night TV show fea-          The Herald-Dispatch re-          Camden Park features        Cars. New to the park is a
rejected by an independent investigation             tured horror and sci-fi films from       ports that West Virginia's      more than 30 rides and at-     completely revamped ar-
Thursday.                                            1963 to 1983.                            only amusement park will        tractions including the his-   cade and gift shop.
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                  forcing her only will make her less likely
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                  to want to greet your father nicely -- and
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                  could extend to other members of the
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                  family as well. Not to mention that a
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                  forced hug or kiss is just that: forced. No
one wants to feel like gestures of affection are forced or
fake, especially when they come from a child.
   Instead of trying to persuade your daughter to hug and
kiss her grandfather, you can try setting a positive exam-
                                                                                                Rihanna, Swift take prizes
ple. When your daughter refuses, you can give the hug
yourself, and explain to your daughter that you like giv-
ing your dad a hug. It may take a while, but over the long
term your daughter may learn from this example and feel
                                                                                                  in Billboard's return
                                                                                              By: NEKESA MUMBI MOODY and Neil Diamond leading for her career achieve- a top 10 record," he
more comfortable with these displays of affection. You                                                               the audience in a sing-a- ments: The 29-year-old quipped. "I don't know
also can try warning her before you go to visit your fa-                                                                                            long to "Sweet Caroline"                                phenomenon was lauded in                                what it means exactly to be
                                                                                              AP MUSIC WRITER

ther. If you let her know that you're going for a visit, and                                    Rihanna and Taylor                                  and "America."                                          a video by an array of leg-                             an icon. I've always wanted
that he may want a hug, she might be able to prepare her-                                     Swift were two of the key                                Among Rihanna's wins                                 ends and luminaries, in-                                to be one and I guess now I
self better. You also can offer her an alternative -- her                                     winners at the Billboard                              were for radio artist of the                            cluding Stevie Wonder,                                  am."
grandfather might want a hug, but he'll be so happy to see                                    Music Awards, which re-                               year and top female artist.                             Barbara Streisand, Bono,                                   This year marks the Bill-
her that even just a smile and wave will make him happy.                                      turned after a five-year hia-                            Swift won the evening's                              Lady Gaga and Michelle                                  board Awards' rebirth. The
In the end, it's all about making your daughter comfort-                                      tus with a major dose of                              first award, as top album                               Obama.                                                  Billboard Awards had been
able expressing herself the way she wants.                                                    star power, featuring Bey-                            artist, behind the multimil-                              "This is a moment I have                              a staple since 1989, but
                                                                                              once, U2, the Black Eyed                              lion sales for "Speak Now."                             to soak in because it's                                 gave out what appeared to
   Dear Dr. Brothers:                                                                         Peas — even First Lady                                She also won top country                                gonna be — and it is —                                  be its last award in 2006.
   I'm a little worried about my baby sitter. There's noth-                                   Michelle Obama.                                       artist.                                                 one of the best moments of                              This year, the show was
ing I can put my finger on, and she's never done anything                                       Like many other awards                                 "The impact of an album                              my life," said Beyonce                                  brought back.
obvious that I'd outright fire her for, but I just get the feel-                              shows, the three-hour Bill-                           is all determined by the                                after getting the award                                    It was held in Las Vegas,
ing that she's not doing the best job. A friend of mine sug-                                  board Awards served more                              fans," she told the audience                            from her mother, Tina                                   broadcast live on ABC and
gested videotaping her secretly while we're out, but that                                     as a promotional vehicle                              when she picked up her                                  Knowles. Beyonce also                                   hosted by "The Hangover
seems ridiculous to me. Are there other things I can look                                     for today's top pop stars                             first. "You've just given me                            performed her new song,                                 2'" star Ken Jeong.
for that might signal that she's untrustworthy or doing                                       than a trophy presentation.                           another reason to be com-                               "Run the World (Girls)."                                   The Billboard Music
things wrong?                                                                                 The show was packed with                              pletely in love with you."                                U2 was also honored for                               Awards are given out to
                                                        -- L.W.                               performances — a piano-                                  Other award winners in-                              their blockbuster "360"                                 music's most popular
   Dear L.W.:                                                                                 levitating Cee Lo Green, a                            cluded Justin Bieber, Lady                              tour as the top touring act                             artists. The finalists and
   Sometimes all you have to go on are your hunches,                                          scantily clad Rihanna on                              Antbellum and the Black                                 of 2010, while Diamond re-                              winners are determined by
and that can be good enough when it comes to the care                                         "S&M" joined by Britney                               Eyed Peas.                                              ceived Billboard' "Icon"                                their rank on the Billboard
of your children. Videotaping a baby sitter can be help-                                      Spears, a much-bleeped Lil                               Beyonce received a spe-                              award.                                                  charts and their "social and
ful for some people, but it makes others, like yourself,                                      Wayne with Mary J. Blige,                             cial "Millennium" Award                                   "I would have settled for                             streaming activity."
quite uncomfortable. In your case, the first step should be
simply talking to your sitter to see if there's a simple ex-                                                                                                                                                I
planation for the way you feel. Don't be confrontational,
but express to her that you're a little worried and that she
can always talk to you if there's something going on.                                          Grace to be replaced on TV show by Simpson judge
   If this doesn't do the trick, fortunately there are plenty
of warning signs you can watch out for. One good warn-                                                                                              production to Los Angeles                               2003.                                                   and fire come out of my
ing sign is your baby's attitude toward the sitter. If he or                                                                                        from Atlanta.                                              Simpson was her most                                 mouth at this point in this
                                                                                              By: OSKAR GARCIA


she is always unhappy to see the sitter or becomes nerv-                                                                                               "Leaving such a suc-                                 high-profile     defendant                              trial," Glass said from the
                                                                                              ASSOCIATED PRESS

                                                                                                 LAS VEGAS (AP) —                                   cessful show was a tough                                during a closely watched                                bench.
ous or withdrawn, that could signal that he or she does-                                      The judge who sentenced
n't have the right chemistry with the sitter to provide the                                                                                         decision," Grace said.                                  trial that featured several                                Simpson appealed his
                                                                                              O.J. Simpson to prison                                   Grace will continue to                               back-and-forth exchanges                                conviction and lost, but
support you're looking for. If your sitter is reluctant to let                                plans to take over for
you in on how they spend the time when you're away, it                                                                                              host her justice-themed                                 between Glass and others                                the Nevada Supreme
                                                                                              Nancy Grace on the syndi-                             cable     show       "Nancy                             in the courtroom. Some of                               Court ruled that Glass
might be that she's hiding something inappropriate. You                                       cated television show
also should keep an eye on whether your baby always                                                                                                 Grace" on CNN's Head-                                   Glass' comments were so                                 erred when she denied a
                                                                                              "Swift Justice."                                      line News.                                              animated, she was paro-                                 motion to separate his trial
ends his or her days dirty or with some easily avoidable                                         Clark County District
accident -- this can be a sign that the sitter isn't paying                                                                                            Promoted with the                                    died by "Saturday Night                                 from          co-defendant
                                                                                              Court Judge Jackie Glass,                             tagline "no robe, no gavel,                             Live" and Jay Leno in                                   Clarence "C.J." Stewart.
enough attention to the baby. Lastly, if she's consistently                                   who sentenced the former
late, or you catch her being dishonest, it may be time to                                                                                           no prisoners," ''Swift Jus-                             jokes about the trial.                                     Simpson's lawyers had
                                                                                              football star to nine to 33                           tice" featured Grace sort-                                 "As you can see, I'm not                             alleged 34 instances of ju-
look for a new sitter.                                                                        years in prison for armed                             ing out varied disputes                                 stodgy and stuffy," she                                 dicial misconduct by
                                           I                                                  robbery and kidnapping in                             submitted by viewers and                                told the jury in the Simp-                              Glass during the trial. The
                                                                                              2008, submitted her resig-                            fans.                                                   son case. "I am probably                                high court rejected them
                                                                                              nation to Nevada's gover-                                Glass said in a statement                            more animated than what                                 all.
  Ward, Kane tied front-                                                                      nor on Tuesday, her clerk,                            that she's honored to take                              you expect of a judge.                                     Glass presides over the
                                                                                              Elana Roberto, told The                               the new post. Her last day                              That's not to say I don't                               state's mental health court
runners for 'Dancing' crown                                                                   Associated Press.                                     in court in Las Vegas is                                take this seriously."                                   program in Clark County,
                                                                                                 Nevada Gov. Brian San-                             June 10.                                                   During one portion of                                which includes Las Vegas.
                                                                                              doval received the letter,                               Glass, a former anchor                               the trial, Glass became                                 The state's Mental Health
                                               performed          flawless                    his spokeswoman Mary-                                 and crime reporter with                                 heated when the lead in-                                Court system — which
                                               freestyle routines Monday                      Sarah Kinner said.                                    experience on television                                vestigator in the case                                  provides a voluntary alter-
By: SANDY COHEN

                                               and fell short of perfect by                      Grace said in a release                            and radio, is known for se-                             blurted out a claim of pos-                             native to jail time for of-
AP ENTERTAINMENT WRITER

  LOS ANGELES (AP)                             a point on their judges'                       from CBS Television Dis-                              vere sentences and a                                    sible misconduct by a                                   fenders suffering from
— For "Dancing With the                        choice dances.                                 tribution that she's leaving                          strong personality in the                               friend of Simpson's.                                    mental illness — was
Stars" finalists Kirstie                         Alley comes into the fi-                     after the show's first sea-                           courtroom. She had been a                                  "I'm surprised you                                   among the first of its kind
Alley, Chelsea Kane and                        nale with 54 points, but                       son because it's relocating                           district court judge since                              haven't seen my head spin                               in the U.S.
Hines Ward, it all comes                       the actress has already
down to one last dance.                        won in another way: The
  Each will perform a                          costume she wore on the
final dance during Tues-                       season opener of the ABC
day's season finale before                     show had to be taken in 38
the mirrorball trophy is                       inches for her to wear it
awarded.                                       again Tuesday, when a
  Football star Ward and                       new "Dancing" champ is
actress Kane are tied with                     crowned.
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Nation & World
  Chrysler repays $7.6B in government loans
                               of the bailout money that    spiffy lineup of Jeeps and       lower-interest bank loans.         tion doesn't expect to get a        ships in Michigan and
                               saved the company from fi-   cars and just earned its first   It also will use a $1.3 bil-       "material portion" of the $2        Florida, told an Associated
By: TOM KRISHER

                               nancial disaster just two    profit in five years.            lion investment from Ital-         billion back.                       Press reporter on Monday
AP AUTO WRITER

  STERLING HEIGHTS,            years ago.                     "A lot of us remember          ian automaker Fiat SpA,               Chrysler was eager to            that Marchionne has done
Mich. (AP) — With a few          The repayment was an-      that until just a short time     which kicked in the money          pay back its loans in part          everything he promised to
computer         keystrokes,   other sign of the au-        ago, in the eyes of most,        on Tuesday. That raises            because of the govern-              save the company. Vehicles
Chrysler Group LLC sent        tomaker's comeback. In       Chrysler had been con-           Fiat's stake to 46 percent,        ments' high interest rates of       such as the Jeep Grand
$7.6 billion to the U.S. and   2009, Chrysler almost ran    demned to death," CEO            making it the largest share-       around 12 percent, which            Cherokee SUV, which was
Canadian governments on        out of cash and went into    Sergio Marchionne told           holder.                            cost the company $1.2 bil-          overhauled by Chrysler,
Tuesday, paying off most       bankruptcy. Now it's got a   more than 1,000 workers             The U.S. government             lion last year. The interest        have helped the company
                                                            gathered at a Chrysler fac-      gave Fiat a 20 percent stake       rates on the new loans and          return to profitability.
                                                            tory outside Detroit. The        and management control of          bonds are 6 to 8 percent,             But Galeana and others
                                                            group was celebrating pay-       Chrysler after the Detroit         saving Chrysler $300 mil-           know the company's future
                                                            ing back the government.         automaker emerged from             lion a year. The company            success depends on models
                                                               The repayment means           bankruptcy protection in           also wanted to shed its gov-        from Fiat, especially small
                                                            Chrysler removes the             2009.                              ernment ownership be-               and midsize cars, segments
                                                            stigma of being a govern-           Ron Bloom, Obama's as-          cause some customers                where Chrysler remains
                                                            ment ward. But it must           sistant for manufacturing          object to the bailout.              unproven.
                                                            stand on its own now. It         policy, said Chrysler repaid          The loan repayment was             "What we have to prove
                                                            also needs to keep over-         the loans far faster than          sent at 10:13 a.m. It went          to the public is we have
                                                            hauling a lineup that still      anyone expected. "I don't          from the banks and Fiat to          damn fine products," he
                                                            depends on old Chrysler          think anybody two years            Chrysler's accounts and             said. "That's the kind of
                                                            designs and larger vehicles      ago would have said this           was transferred to the gov-         stuff that's coming through
                                                            that could fall out of favor     day would happen," he told         ernments electronically, a          the pipeline."
                                                            because of high gasoline         reporters at the company's         Chrysler spokeswoman                  Chrysler's action is the
                                                            prices.                          factory in Sterling Heights,       said.                               latest in the comeback of
                                                               Chrysler took $10.5 bil-      Mich., where the Chrysler             It lifted the morale of          the Detroit auto industry
                                                            lion from the U.S. govern-       200 and Dodge Avenger              Chrysler workers and deal-          after the recession put its
                                                            ment to survive two years        are built.                         ers who just two years ago          future in doubt. General
     Need some fix-up money?
                                                            ago, and earlier had repaid         But government owner-           came close to losing every-         Motors Co. also went
   At Bank of Mingo our business is built on
                                                            some of the money. On            ship doesn't end with the          thing.                              through bankruptcy and got
                                                            Tuesday, it retired a $5.9       loan repayment. The U.S.              Cheers erupted at the            a $49.5 billion U.S. bailout
   meeting your hopes, dreams and needs.

                                                            billion balance on the U.S.      Treasury still owns 6.6 per-       Sterling Heights factory            in exchange for giving the
  Let us help you pay for your Home Fix-Up!
                                                            loans and $1.7 billion to        cent of Chrysler, part of the      when Bloom announced                government a 61 percent
                                                            the      governments       of    original stake it got in ex-       that the money had                  equity stake. The Treasury
      You have my personal promise that

                                                            Canada and Ontario.              change for the bailout.            changed hands.                      Department now owns 26.5
    your loan application will be handled

                                                               "Chrysler's repayment of         Also, about $2 billion of          Many employees wore              percent of GM after selling
   quickly and courteously. Bank of Mingo
                                                            its outstanding loans to the     the government aid went to         buttons with the word               part of the stake in Novem-
                                                            U.S. Treasury and Ameri-         parts of Chrysler that were        "PAID" on them, along               ber.
    believes in giving working families the

                                                            can taxpayers marks a sig-       left behind in bankruptcy,         with Tuesday's date.                  The third Detroit au-
        credit they deserve, because...
                                                            nificant milestone for the       and that money hasn't been            Charles Mason, who has           tomaker, Ford Motor Co.,
                                                            turnaround of Chrysler and       repaid. Some of it could be        worked on the assembly              didn't seek a bailout.
  You’re part of everything we are...
                                                            the countless communities        recouped when the govern-          line for only six months,             It's not the first time
                                                            and families who rely on         ment sells its stake either in     said he's ecstatic.                 Chrysler had to be rescued
                            Harry Keith White

                                                            the American auto indus-         a public stock offering or to         "I feel like it does give        by the U.S. government. In
                            Chairman of the Board

                                                            try," President Barack           Fiat, which has an option to       me job security," said              the early 1980s the com-
                                                            Obama said in a statement.       buy it.                            Mason, 34, of Southfield,           pany, led by legendary
                                                               To pay off the govern-           The government, Bloom           Mich. "I'm happy to be a            pitchman Lee Iacocca, paid
                                                            ments, Chrysler raised $3.2      said, will sell its stake as       part of it."                        off $1 billion in govern-
                                                            billion through a bond sale      soon as practical, but he             Carl Galeana, who runs           ment-guaranteed loans in
                                                            and took out $3 billion in       conceded the administra-           Chrysler and Fiat dealer-           three years.
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                                                            Woman accused of trying to sell girl's virginity
                                                                                                                                ploitation of a minor.              which were seen by the
                                                                                                                                   If convicted, the woman          woman's boyfriend, who
                                                                                             By: JENNIFER DOBNER

                                                                                                                                faces a lifetime prison sen-        called police, court papers
                                                                                             ASSOCIATED PRESS

                                                                                               SALT LAKE CITY                   tence for each first-degree         say.
                                                                                             (AP) — A Salt Lake City            felony and a zero to 15 year           In a police affidavit also
                                                                                             woman has been charged             sentence for each second-           filed with the court, investi-
                                                                                             with offering her 13-year-         degree felony.                      gators say the woman ac-
                                                                                             old daughter's virginity to a         In court papers, prosecu-        knowledged the agreement
                                                                                             man for $10,000.                   tors allege that the woman          and said she and the girl had
                                                                                               The 32-year-old woman            had discussed letting her           been modeling lingerie for
                                                                                             was charged Monday in              daughter perform oral sex           the man in a local store and
                                                                                             Utah's 3rd District Court          and other sex acts with an          at their home near the Utah
                                                                                             with two first-degree              adult male. The negotiated          State Capitol. Investigators
                                                                                             felony counts of aggra-            offer and an arrangement to         say the woman said she had
                                                                                             vated sex abuse of a child         exchange the teen's virgin-         also taken pictures of her
                                                                                             and two second-degree              ity for money were detailed         daughter wearing only a bra
                                                                                             felony counts of sexual ex-        in a string of text messages        and skimpy, thong under-
                                                                                                                                                                     wear and sent them to an-
                                                                                                                                                                     other adult male.
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Nation & World
  Tornado kills at least 89 in SW Missouri city
                                      Police officers manned          from trees, giving the land-          down, Rohr said. Staff at St.         "I've heard people talk        of twisted metal. Winds
                                   virtually every major inter-       scape an apocalyptic aura. In         John's Regional Medical             about being in tornadoes and     from the storm carried de-
By: ALAN SCHER ZAGIER

                                   section as ambulances              others where structures still         Center hustled patients into        saying it felt like the build-   bris up to 60 miles away,
& KURT VOIGT

                                   screamed through the streets.      stood, families found their           hallways before the storm           ing was breathing," Pace         with medical records, X-
ASSOCIATED PRESS

   JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) — A            Rescuers involved in a door-       belongings jumbled as if              struck the nine-story build-        said. "It was just like that."   rays, insulation and other
massive tornado that tore a        to-door search moved gin-          someone had picked up their           ing. The winds blew out hun-          The tornado left a helicop-    items falling to the ground in
six-mile path across south-        gerly around downed power          homes and shaken them.                dreds of windows and                ter crushed on its side in the   Greene County, said Larry
western Missouri killed at         lines and jagged debris. A se-        Kelley Fritz, 45, of Joplin,       leaving the facility useless.       hospital parking lot, its ro-    Woods, assistant director of
least 89 people as it smashed      ries of gas leaks fueled fires     rummaged through the re-                 At least four people at the      tors torn apart and windows      the      Springfield-Greene
the city of Joplin, ripping into   around the city overnight,         mains of a storage building           hospital were killed, Dr. Jim       smashed. Nearby, a pile of       County Office of Emer-
a hospital, crushing cars like     and Gov. Jay Nixon said            with her husband, Jimmy.              Roscoe said. He didn't know         cars lay crumpled in a mass      gency Management.
soda cans and leaving behind       some were still burning early      They quickly realized they            whether they were patients
only splintered tree trunks        Monday. Nixon feared the           would never find the belong-          or staff. He arrived at the
where entire neighborhoods         death toll would rise but ex-      ings they stored there or             hospital soon after the tor-
once stood.                        pected survivors to be found       much of what was in their             nado and said some col-
   Authorities warned that         in the rubble.                     home after the tornado                leagues who also were
                                                                                                                                                      Extra! Extra!
the death toll could climb as         "I don't think we're done       ripped away the roof. Their           injured worked all night
search-and-rescue workers          counting," Nixon told The          sons, ages 20 and 17, both            long.
continued their efforts. Their     Associated Press, adding, "I       Eagle Scouts, ventured out-              Rod Pace, manager of the
                                                                                                                                                   CARRIERS
task was made more miser-          still believe that because of      side after the storm.                 hospital's Med Flight heli-
able by a new thunderstorm         the size of the debris and the        "My sons had deceased              copter service, watched the
that brought strong winds,         number of people involved          children in their arms when           tornado form. He saw the
                                                                                                                                                    NEEDED
heavy rain and hail.               that there are lives to be         they came back," Fritz said.          rain begin to swirl about a
   City Manager Mark Rohr          saved."                            "My husband and I went out            mile off, and the flags out-
announced the number of
                                                                                                                                                  IMMEDIATELY!
                                      Crews found bodies in ve-       and saw two or three dead             side suddenly stopped blow-
known dead at a pre-dawn           hicles the storm had flipped       bodies on the ground."                ing, only to be pulled in the
news conference outside the        over, torn apart and left             Twenty people at a con-            opposite direction.
remains of a hospital that
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day's storm. Rohr said the         shelters quickly filled to ca-     to collapse around them. A            with a 100-pound magnet to
                                                                                                                                                 Following routes are available:
twister cut a path more than a     pacity. At Memorial Hall, a        video       camera       inside       keep them locked — were
half-mile wide through the         downtown entertainment             recorded the group praying            pulled open. Pace held onto
                                                                                                                                                                  

center of town. Much of the        venue, emergency workers           and crying as the storm hit in        the handles as he was sucked                                   

city's south side was leveled,     treated critically injured pa-     two separate waves. Brennan           outside briefly and then
with churches, schools, busi-      tients.                            Stebbins, 23, said he thought         pushed back in like a rag
nesses and homes reduced to           At another makeshift unit       he might die, but all were            doll. He fled to the hospital's                                                     

ruins by winds of up to 165        at a Lowe's home-improve-          able to climb out of the rub-         interior for cover and heard a
mph.                               ment store, wooden planks          ble of the Fast Trip without          roar. Pace and a co-worker
   Jasper County Emergency         served as beds. Outside, am-       serious injuries.                     pushed on another door to
Management Director Keith
                                                                                                                                                      
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                                   bulances and fire trucks              Sirens gave residents              make sure it stayed shut, but
                                                                                                                                                              Area
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Stammer said about 2,000           waited for calls. In the early     about a 20-minute warning             it kept swaying back and
buildings were damaged.            hours of the morning, emer-        before the tornado touched            forth.                                        $1400 Monthly Profit
Joplin Fire Chief Mitch Ran-       gency vehicles were scram-
dles estimated the damage                                                                                                                                 Unlimited Potential!
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Kansas City. He said his           their homes, salvaging
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home was among those de-           clothes, furniture, family
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   An unknown number of            the air pungent with the
                                                                                                 of $1,000 to $2,500.

people were injured, and of-       smell of gas and smoking
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Local                              says Crumpton. “Histori-        London, Murray, Partridge
KSP                                cally, 20 percent of the        and Shelbyville are each
                                   cadets do not complete the      represented by two cadets.
                                   program.”                         The following Kentucky
I CONTINUED FROM 10A
                                      “Despite this situation,     communities are each repre-
   During their training, the      we cannot compromise our        sented by one cadet: Bar-
cadets will have to complete       training standards,” notes      bourville,       Beattyville,
more than 1,000 hours of           KSP Commissioner Rod-           Bowling               Green,
classroom and field study          ney Brewer. “Law enforce-       Burkesville, Busy, Cold
that includes subjects such        ment is a tough job in these    Spring, Corbin, Cumber-
as constitutional law, juve-       times and it gets tougher       land, Drakesboro, Edge-
nile and traffic law, use of       every day. Our training re-     wood,        Elizabethtown,
force, weapons training, de-       flects that reality.”           Florence, Flemingsburg,
fensive tactics, first aid, high      Among the recruits, 18       Frankfort, Georgetown,
speed vehicle pursuit, crim-       have prior law enforcement      Greensburg, Greenville,
inal investigation, computer       experience and 13 have mil-     Hazard,       Hopkinsville,
literacy, hostage negotia-         itary experience. Twenty-       Horse Cave, Houstonville,
tions, evidence collection,        seven have bachelor’s           Hudson,           Lagrange,
radio procedures, search and       degrees and 10 have associ-     Lawrenceburg, Lebanon,
seizure, crash investigation,      ate degrees.                    Liberty, Livingston, Man-
drug identification, traffic          Geographically,       the    chester, Mayfield, More-
control, crowd control,            cadets represent 52 commu-      head, Morganfield, Moselle,
armed robbery response,            nities throughout Kentucky.     Owensboro,         Pikeville,
land navigation, electronic        Eight are from Richmond,        Pineville, Russellville, Stan-
                                                                                                    Capt. Phil Crumpton (right), commander of the Kentucky State Police Academy, urged a

crimes, sex crimes, hate           six are from Berea, five are    ford, Symsonia, Versailles
                                                                                                    new class of trooper cadets onward as they reported for their first day of training in

crimes, domestic violence,                                                                          scheduled to graduate on      throughout the training       www.kentuckystatepolice.o
                                                                                                    Frankfort on Sunday, May 22.

                                   from Louisville and four are    and Whitesburg. Two of the
bomb threats and hazardous         from Lexington. Three are       cadets are from Cincinnati,      Oct. 30, 2011.                cycle by logging on to the    rg. Photos will be posted pe-
materials.                         from Columbia. Independ-        Ohio.                              The progress of Cadet       Kentucky State Police web-    riodically showing various
   The dropout rate is high,       ence, Lancaster, Leitchfield,     The cadets are tentatively     Class 89 can be followed      site                    at    training activities.
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                                                                       Jacquelene Bigar’s                     HOROSCOPE
                                                                   HAPPY BIRTHDAY for                        you realize. Tonight: Chat over dinner.
                                                               Wednesday, May 25, 2011:                           VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
  ZITS                           Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman       This year, you often feel as if you                     Others continue with their
                                                               have to repeat the same action over           controlling attitude, though a discussion
                                                               and over, or the same conversation            could open up a situation. An invitation
                                                               over and over. On the other hand,             to brainstorm needs to be accepted.
                                                               you gain a great deal of prominence           You gain new depth about a situa-
                                                               in your chosen field or in your com-          tion involving someone at a distance
                                                               munity. Your instincts always lead you        or a behind-the-scenes work matter.
                                                               in the right direction when dealing with      Tonight: Visualize.
                                                               authority figures. You simply know                 LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
                                                               what is correct and take the most                         Know that if you don’t follow
                                                               effective suggestion or action. If you        through on a project or work-related
                                                               are single, you could meet someone            matter, it is unlikely another person
                                                               through your community or profes-             will. Certainly, the job won’t be up to
                                                               sional involvements. This person could        your standards. A partner has many
                                                               be quite a gem. Whether he or she is          interesting sharings, if you are willing
                                                               the gem of your life might be another         to listen. Tonight: Do what makes you

                                CONCEPTIS SUDOKU
                                                               issue. If you are attached, the two of        smile.
   THE FAMILY CIRCUS                                           you will bond more intensely if you pur-           SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
                                                               sue a common commitment together.                             Creativity stems from a
   Bil Keane
                                      by Dave Green
                                                               PISCES understands you well.                  different situation that could be chal-
                                                                   The Stars Show the Kind of Day            lenging on some level. A partnership
                                                               You’ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive;           opens up and you see matters in a
                                                               3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult               different light as a result of this talk.
                                                                ARIES (March 21-April 19)                    You might be more easygoing with this
                                                                            Your instincts will lead you     person than in the past. Tonight: Say
                                                               in the right direction. Your vision of        “yes” to an invitation.
                                                               possibilities comes from your depth,               SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
                                                               experience and creativity. Make it OK                       Your concern seems to
                                                               not to test out your ideas just yet. Many     focus on what is happening within your
                                                               of them are still in the toddler stages.
                                                                                                             personal life. You have gone out of
                                                               Tonight: Where you envision yourself.
                                                                                                             your way for someone you care about.
                                                                   TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
                                                                                                             A conversation between the two of you
                                                                              Become a home-run
                                                                                                             involving expectations and choices
                                                               slugger in your life. Aim for what you
                                                               want, knowing you have appeal and             might be important. Tonight: Make it
                                                               savvy. How you handle a personal              easy.
                                                               matter could change once you see the               CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
                                                               dynamics involved. You are not neces-                         Your words help motivate
                                                               sarily the problem. Tonight: Zero in on       others. Your creativity helps people
                                                               the possibilities.                            find solutions. Stay open to a healthy
  DENNIS THE MENACE                                                GEMINI (May 21-June 20)                   amount of personal activity. Everyone
                                                                            You stand up to criticism        gains at the present. A mutual admira-
  Hank Ketchum                                                                                               tion society could be forming. Tonight:
                                                               well, but sometimes it is difficult to han-
                                                               dle someone’s compliments. You will           Catch up with a loved one and his or
                                                               see that much that goes on impacts            her news.
                                                               your well-being. Feedback might                    AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
                                                               be more valuable than you initially                         You might want to rethink
                                                               thought. Tonight: A must appearance.          your involvement in a financial invest-
                                                                   CANCER (June 21-July 22)                  ment. In order to add to and update
                                                                               Be willing to go past the     your home, you might want to splurge.
                                                               immediate. Clear your mind of pres-           Make sure you are getting what you
                                                               ent thinking in an attempt to get past        want and need here. Tonight: Balance
                                                               restrictions. The more innovative your        your checkbook first.
                                                               thinking, the better off you are. Let              PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20)
                                                               someone else play devil’s advocate.                           Your words seem to be
                                                               Tonight: Take in new vistas.                  unusually moving and important. Don’t
                                                                   LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)                     stop the flow of a talk with a child and/
                                                                            Deal directly with others        or loved one. Finally, the air starts to
                                                               about funds and money issues. You             clear. You wonder what is going on
                                                               will see how open you can become              here. Ask yourself a question about
                                                               if you relax and take in an alternative       who, what and where. Tonight: All
                                                               perspective. Conversations about a            smiles.
                                                               community responsibility and invest-            Jacqueline Bigar is on the Internet at
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    Was $13,999   NOW!     $10,956                Was $21,999         NOW!    $19,572                               Was $27,999          NOW!    $25,980                               Was $14,879          NOW!    $12,796
  2008 Cadillac Escalade                          2008 Ford Expedition                                                  2007 Chevy Tahoe                                                   2009 Ford Escape
         Only 54k miles, LOADED!                             XLT, Only 38k miles                                   LT, Leather, Sunroof, Only 53k miles                                       XLT, 4WD, Only 55k miles




    Was $36,999   NOW!     $33,789                Was $26,789         NOW!    $24,219                               Was $26,897          NOW!    $24,579                               Was $19,879          NOW!    $15,942
   2008 Dodge Ram 2500                                 2004 GMC Sierra                                                  2007 GMC Canyon                                                      2007 Ford F150
        SLT, Diesel, Only 42k miles                   SLT, Leather, SHARP TRUCK!                                       SLE, 4x4, Auto, Only 53k miles                                              2wd, NICE TRUCK!




            $31,774
    Was $33,979      Was $15,477 NOW! $13,550
                  NOW!                             Was $17,789 NOW! $15,954                                                                                                              Was $10,999          NOW!   $9,555
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