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NEIGHBORS NEWSROOM: 606-528-2464 | FAX: 606-528-9850 | E-MAIL: email@example.com TIMES-TRIBUNE / WEEKEND EDITION, DEC.13-14, 2008 ENGAGEMENT a piece of history Swem - Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Scott Swem of Grand Rapids, Mich., wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Amy Lynn Swem, to Harold Ray Hicks, the son of Ms. JoAnne Hicks, of Williamsburg. Amy is a 2003 graduate of the University of the Cumberlands and is currently finishing her Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Grand Valley State University. Harold is a 1997 graduate of Williamsburg High School and is currently employed by Whitley County EMS. Harold and Amy are volunteer firefighters with Williamsburg, Three Point, and Woodbine fire departments. The wedding ceremony will take place at 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008 at the Gatliff Chapel on the campus of the University of the Cumberlands. Formal invita- tions have been sent. The couple will reside in Williamsburg. ENGAGEMENT Fire Historical Society plans to restore 1955 fire truck BY BOBBIE POYNTER and Bell counties. Today the 41-member strong organization contains members from Earnest - Young COMMUNITY EDITOR Bell, Knox, Harlan, Laurel, Whitley, Jackson, I t’s just an old beat up yellow truck. At Johnson, Pike, Rockcastle and Jefferson least that’s what it looks like to the aver- Counties. Mrs. Debbie Earnest and Mr. Jeff Earnest, of Corbin, would like age Joe. to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, The mission of the Appalachian Foothills To Hank Melton and the rest of the mem- Fire Historical Society, according to Hank, is to Stephanie Michelle Earnest, to Zachary R. Young, son of Mrs. bers of the Appalachian Foothills Fire Beth Young and Mr. Bryant Young, of Dover, Del. Stephanie is the preserve, collect, record and exhibit the histo- Historical Society, it’s a 1955 E-Series two-ton ry of the fire services along the western foot- granddaughter of Raymond and Lela Roaden, Buster Earnest, and Studebaker fire engine and a beautiful piece of hills of the Appalachian Mountains, as well as the late Georgia Earnest. Zachary is the grandson of Charles and history just waiting to be restored to its full teach and promote fire prevention and fire Jane Roub, and the late Newton and Maria Young. The wedding glory for all to see. safety to its citizens. will take place at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 20, 2008 at Central The Appalachian Foothills Fire Historical Promoting fire prevention and teaching fire Baptist Church on Fourth Street in Corbin. A reception will fol- Society met as an organized society on Aug. low immediately at the Central Baptist Christian Life Center. The 29, 2001, with 12 charter members from Knox SEE FIRE, PAGE 2 couple will reside in McMinnville, Tenn., where Zachary is employed at the First Baptist Church as the Minister of Music. Hank Melton, a member of the Appalachian Foothills Fire Historical Society, shows off the 1955 Studebaker tanker the Stephanie will be completing her bachelor’s degree at Tennessee historical society is restoring with the help of the technology center’s automotive and carpentry classes. Tech University. No local invitations are being sent. Family and friends are invited to attend. PHOTO BY BOBBIE POYNTER WEDDING BIRTH ENGAGEMENT William & Larrietta Elliott Lane - Foust William and Larrietta Elliotte were united in marriage on Sept. 6, 2008 at Hopewell Baptist Church in Corbin, KY. Following Tristan Xavier Anderson Ashley Nicole Anderson, of Corbin, wishes to announce the birth of her Tommy Allen Lane and Heather Nicole Foust would like to announce their upcoming wedding and engagement. The wedding is by invitation only and will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, 2009 at the the wedding, they honeymooned in Jamaica. William and son, Tristan Xavier Anderson, born Nov. 14, 2008 at 6:40 p.m. at Baptist Heartland Little River Wedding Chapel in Townsend, Tenn. Heather is the Larrietta would like to thank their family and friends for their Regional Medical Center. Tristan was 7 pounds 12 ¾ ounces and was 20 daughter of Ray and Lisa Featherston of Lily. Tommy is the son of the love, support and prayers. They would also like to thank every- ½ inches long. Tristan is the grandson of Pamela and Jeff Pergram of late Tom and Margie Lane of Chuckey, Tenn. All family and friends are one in attendance who shared their special day. The couple will Winchester and Truman Anderson, Sr. of Lexington. Great-grandparents invited to attend an open reception at 6 p.m. at the home of Ray and be reside in Corbin. are Julia and David Madden of Corbin. Lisa Featherston in Cosby, Tenn. 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Shelby Sizemore Combine the 1/4 cup of Well, a few weeks ago, I flour with the candied just kept talking about cherries and 1/2 cup of the them until three of my through several frigid nuts. (These nuts should PHOTOS SUBMITTED good friends decided to nights and fixed them yes- be in fairly big pieces; the humor me, and we went terday. They are delicious. other 1/2 cup should be The Appalachian Foothills Fire Historical Society is working with the students of the Kentucky Tech-Knox I now have two cups of out on a cold, windy day to chopped fine.) Fold cher- County Area Technology Center to restore this 1955 Studebaker tanker [the first tanker to have been pick the little goodies. that lovely pulp, ready to ry-nut-flour mixture into used by the Bell County (KY) Fire Department]. The historical society hopes to eventually build a fire- Now, I knew that it had to go into cake, cookies, the batter. Grease a 10” man’s museum somewhere along Hwy 25E or Interstate 75. frost on them a time or whatever. tube pan well and sprinkle two before you could eat People who would go with the finely chopped out on an icy cold day to FIRE FROM FRONT PAGE them — and we’d had a frost or two. We picked quite a few, and I hurried home to run them through pull persimmons off a tree are true friends — Oma and Conley Combs, Ilene Whittemore, you are truly nuts; pour in batter and bake at 325 degrees for about one hour or until done. Cool in pan 5 min- my food mill and package utes, then remove. Dust them for the winter. “icing on the cake of life.” with powdered sugar. Funny thing, I offered If you ever decide to do I’ve been watching safety to their respective to share them, but they something remarkably DVDs of the old “Cheers” communities is the easy just looked at each other dumb and stupid... I’m shows this week. I’d for- part as the various fire and said, “No, thanks.” there! gotten how funny they departments work hand- I fixed half of them, and You must have this for are. I love their song: in-hand with their com- the pulp looked so pretty Christmas. I think it is an “Making your way in this munities’ schools and and orange that I had to old Kraft Foods recipe, world today takes every- organizations. have just a taste. My, oh, but I’m really not sure. thing you’ve got; taking a Restoring an old rusted my, I felt like my mouth I’ve had it a long time. break from all your wor- fire truck to its former turned wrong-side out and ries sure would mean a glory is quite another my tongue had grown a Christmas Cake lot.” matter. coat of fur! I thought 1-8 oz. pkg. cream cheese Be sure and “take a Charlie Overbey, for- maybe if I added a little 1 cup butter or margarine break” with me next week mer chief of the Bell sugar, it would combat the 1 1/2 cups sugar — I’ll miss you if you County Fire Department bitter. Not! Then I 4 eggs don’t! and a charter member of thought, “freeze it and 2 1/4 cups sifted flour Send your holiday reci- the firemen’s historical that will do the same trick 1 1/2 tsp baking powder pe! society, offered the old The Appalachian Foothills Fire Historical Society bought this 1970 as a frost.” 1 cup chopped pecans Bell County fire engine to Mack pumper truck May 3, 2005. Unfortunately, the truck was Nope! I left the remain- 1 cup candied cherries - Shelby Sizemore can the organization at its destroyed a couple of months ago when the garage it was housed in ing half out on my porch red and green be reached at shelby May 3, 2005 meeting. The unexpectedly burned down. email@example.com catch was, the fire engine would be donated if the organization could come up with $1,500 to buy a 1970 Mack pumper truck. “It really wasn’t that “The idea is to have it done by the end of the year 2009 and ready for display,” said Hank. “A lot of that depends on wheth- wanted to be a fireman when, as a small child, he would sit on his front porch and watch the trucks roll out from the STRIKES & SPARES Brian Smith topped the men’s bowl- with 564. hard of a decision,” said ing scores with a 742 series rolling 235- Travis Burkhart headed up the Hank. “There were 22 of er we have the funds to do firehouse just down the it with. Supplies alone will street. 232-219. Steve Creech rolled a 728 Kentucky Tri-County Youth, bowling a us at the meeting that series with 250-224-254 games. Richie 643 series having bowled 209-206-228. night, and before we left, cost about $3,000, even “My wife and I were though the members will married only one month Monhollen rolled next with 723, having Christion Cornett came in second with Charlie had that money in bowled 221-227-275. Tony Hatfield rolled a 574 series bowling 205-202-167. James his pocket, and we picked do all the work them- before I joined the fire selves.” department,” said Hank. a 279 game, Jason Jones rolled a 278 Muse was third with a 566 series and a up the two trucks the very game and a 714 series, Jason Smith a high game of 232. Joshua Giles had a next day.” Capitalizing on the She told me if I had newest form of fundrais- already been a fireman, 276 game and 708 series, Adam Smith a 534 series, bowling a 209 game for 63 Although both trucks 277 game, Chris Rogers a 269 game pins over his average. Other 500 series had been pretty beat up ing, and according to she would never have Hank, one of the easiest, married me. It was no fun with a 707 series, Randy Schott and were, Jamie Muse with 538 and Caleb over the years, both had Ken Phalen rolled a 267, Larry Muse Sr. Hester with 520, bowling 54 pins of his actually been in use the the Appalachian Foothills having to get up in the Fire Historical Society middle of the night to turn rolled out two 257 games, Rick Dotson average. Calli Cornett bowled a 101 night Charlie made the had a 257 game with a 710 series, game, giving Calli 64 pins over average offer. has signed on with an all the lights on in the internet fundraising Web house just so’s I wouldn’t Johnny L. Johnson had a 255 game, and and Matthew Herald bowled 80 pins Hank was storing the Joey Asher and Matt Oliphant both had over average with a 186 game. Mack pumper in his site, “Promo trip over anything getting Fundraising,” to help out the door. 254 games. garage up until a couple Donna Taylor led the Corbin-London Liz Pennington is the league coordina- of months ago when the them raise $4,000 for the “After all that,” he restoration of the tanker. laughed, “she still had to Women with a 626 series. Penney Keys tor for both the Forest Lanes and the garage housing the truck, bowled in second with 596. Pauline Levi Bowling Center. You can reach along with numerous dis- Every time someone make another trip all buys an item from the around the house shutting Burkhart rolled a 584 for third, and her at firstname.lastname@example.org or play cases donated by Marsha Gilbert and Sandy Perkins tied 864-5918. Browning Construction Web site, located at http:// off the lights and locking Company in Pineville www.promofundraising. the doors back just to unexpectedly caught fire. “It was so badly dam- com/g/group. p?a=promo1366&redir=Y, make sure the Boogey Man didn’t get in.” ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS aged it was unsalvage- a certain dollar amount If you would like to NOW OPEN on the Cumberland Falls Hwy - Corbin able,” said the man as he (listed right along with the donate directly to the his- and the Cumberland Regional Mall - Williamsburg slowly thumbed through item’s price) is donated torical society, please directly to the organiza- send donations to AFFHS, • Family Medical Care • Complete Women’s Health Services pictures of what was left of the black, soot-covered tion. The historical soci- .O. P Box 1678, • Aesthetic Cosmetic Services ety’s fundraising site went Barbourville, KY 40906. block of metal that was live about a month ago All donations are tax Can’t afford your medicine or medical testing? Ask us about once a fireman’s lifeline. and is already receiving deductible as the our special needs program. “We had no choice but to sell it to the scrap yard. donations. The site lists about 40 Appalachian Foothills Fire Historical Society is a Other Services Included: Some of the guys went out to see it being cut up. I different items at any 501(c)(3) federally tax Karla Gross, MD Latest technology in Bone Density couldn’t do it. I had to stay given time and new ones exempt organization. If • Expedited reports for Physician Referrals away.” are listed every week, you would like more infor- including the popular “As mation about the On site x-ray, nerve conduction studies, chiropractic care Meanwhile, the old yel- low Studebaker has been Seen on TV” items. Appalachian Foothills Fire - Medicare, Medicaid & Private Insurance - lodged behind the Kentucky Tech-Knox County Area Technology “It’s a great way for people to shop for gifts and help us out at the Historical Society, visit www.ky24ihc.org/affhs or call Hank Melton at 606- Family Health Care Associates Center since the fall of same time,” said Hank. “If 627-8385. “Helping you manage your health through promoting any other organizations health and disease prevention.” 2007. Alvin Gambrel’s auto- want to jump on the band- Bobbie Poynter can be Corbin Barbourville Williamsburg London motive technology stu- wagon, there’s a link on reached at bpoynter@ Gina Good, ARNP 258-0701 546-7777 549-8780 330-0300 dents have taken it upon the site that will allow thetimestribune.com themselves to revive the them to start their own old truck’s mechanical page, too.” NEW WEIGH • A HEALTHIER WEIGH • WEIGHTSMART system. “Bringing the old girl’s mechanics back up to par allows the students to get The Appalachian Foothills Fire Historical Society’s ultimate goal is to open an Appalachian DECEMBER 2008 Weight Loss Centers plenty of hands-on experi- Foothills Fire Museum, perhaps somewhere along Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday ence,” said Hank. US 25E or the interstate. “They’ve already got the engine purring like a kit- For now, its immediate NO APPOINTMENT 1 2 3 Jellico 10-6 Cleveland 10-5 4 Harrogate 9-5 Winfield 10-6 5 Jellico 10-2 Sweetwater 8-2 6 goal is to get the old fire Harrogate 10-6 Sweetwater 10-5 Portland 10-6 Athens 10-5 Cleveland 9-1 ten.” NECESSARY Jellico 10-6 Although the members tanker completed and Sevierville 10-7 Crossville 10-6 Maynardville 9-5 Athens 10-5 back on the road. RX MEDICATION Cleveland 10-5 Halls 10-6 Lenior City 10-5 Kimball 10-2 of the historical society Jellico 10-6 are eager to get started on the truck’s body, they Hank Melton, 57, teach- 8 Harrogate 10-6 9 10 Cleveland 10-5 11 Harrogate 9-5 Winfield 10-6 12 13 are allowing the school’s es computerized drafting Kimball Sweetwater 10-5 Portland 10-6 Athens 10-5 Sweetwater 8-2 (AutoCAD) and geograph- 10-6 Jellico 10-6 students time to do as Cleveland 10-5 Sevierville 10-7 Crossville 10-6 Maynardville 9-5 Kimball 10-2 ic information systems Halls 10-6 Lenior City 10-5 much as they can first. (GIS) at the Knox County “Not only are Alvin’s kids working on the Technology Center in 15 16 Jellico 10-6 17 Cleveland 10-5 18 Harrogate 9-5 Winfield 10-6 19 Sweetwater 8-220 Barbourville. Before Kimball Harrogate 10-6 Sweetwater 10-5 Portland 10-6 Athens 10-5 Jellico 10-2 truck’s mechanical sys- Jellico 10-6 tem,” said Hank, “there’s becoming an instructor, 10-6 Sevierville 10-7 Crossville 10-6 Maynardville 9-5 Kimball 9-2 Hank was a contract Cleveland 10-5 Halls 10-6 Lenior City 10-5 also Cleo Goodlett’s con- struction technology class drafter in Middlesboro 22 23 24 25 Harrogate 9-5 26 27 (carpentry), who will be and a shift supervisor for one of the three teams Kimball Harrogate 10-6 Merry Winfield 10-6 Athens 10-5 Sweetwater 8-2 Sweetwater 10-5 rebuilding the two wooden hand-tool compartments that actually built the 10-6 Jellico 10-6 Sevierville 11-6 Christmas Maynardville 9-5 Kimball 9-2 Cumberland Gap tunnel. Cleveland 10-5 Lenior City 10-5 attached to the left-hand He currently lives in side of the truck after the paint and body work has the same house in 29 30 31 FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OFFICE HOURS & been done.” Barbourville he was Kimball Harrogate 10-6 Sweetwater 10-5 LOCATIONS CALL TOLL-FREE 1-877-895-5377 Although there will raised in. He and his wife 10-6 Jellico 10-6 Sevierville Closed surely be no shortage of Margaret have been mar- Cleveland 10-5 Call Anytime: 865-660-5376 ~ 423-489-7980 manpower to work on the ried 37 years and have a Jellico 423-784-2333 ~ Harrogate 423-869-7260 ~ Winfield 423-569-2231 ~ Crossville 931-787-1025 Studebaker’s body, the son, Andy, who is a senior Sweetwater 423-337-0031 ~ Cleveland 423-614-3288 ~ Kimball 423-837-5300 ~ Sevierville 865-660-5376 $10.00 OFF OFFICE VISIT at Union College studying biggest hurdle is covering the expense of restoring computer science. Portland 615-325-3394 ~ Athens 423-746-4444~ Halls 865-922-8047~ Lenior City 865-660-5376~ Maynardville 865-922-9595 For suggestions or comments call 865-456-7508 or email email@example.com WITH THIS COUPON Hank always knew he www.newweighweightlosscenter.com or ahealthierweighweightloss.com (ONE COUPON VALID PER PATIENT) the tanker. 3 NEIGHBORS TIMES-TRIBUNE / WEEKEND EDITION, DEC. 13-14, 2008 ANIMAL ADVOCATE Perfect Present TURKEY TROT TIMES The second annual Turkey Trot 5K drew approximately 106 runners to downtown Williamsburg Thanksgiving for Precious Pets morning. Here are the runners in order of time, listed by gender, age, name and hometown. Runners’ $20 entry fees beneﬁted the Williamsburg Police Department’s Shop with a Cop Program, which provides presents for needy area children. Ofﬁcers accompany the children on a Christmas present shopping spree in December. Y es, our stockings are hung. And, of course, there is M, 41, Todd Wilkens, Pioneer, Tn, 19:04 one for each of our furry M, 18, Kevin Morgan, London, Ky, 20:05 best friends! M, 23, Adam Macon, Williamsburg, Ky, 20:53 Do you include your F, 13, Alex Bunch, Stanford, Ky, 22:01 furry best friend in M, 16, Bradley Faulkner, Williamsburg, Ky, 22:30 Christmas gift giving? M, 17, Joshua Wren, Williamsburg,Ky, 22:36 If so, you’ll certainly M, 17, Jimmie Walden, Williamsburg,Ky, 23:42 want to give your pet M, 13, Derek Mills, Williamsburg, Ky, 23:44 something she’ll enjoy, but VICKIE BRAMLETT M, 18, Jacob Lowrie, Williamsburg,Ky, 24:04 the main concerns are M, 59, Dal Macon, Williamsburg, Ky, 24:07 health and safety. curry comb (usually $5 or M, 59, David Chaney, Pioneer, Tn, 24:28 Some items, such as less). You can find them in F, 25, Paige Steely, Williamsburg, Ky, 25:10 toys, food, and clothing, the horse section. M, 25, Matt Rhymes, Williamsburg, Ky, 25:47 are specifically labeled for Why not pamper your M, 41, John Bland, Corbin, Ky, 25:48 particular breeds or size. pet with some extra spe- F, 31, Valerie Hoskins, Eubanks, Ky, 26:15 For example, many dog cial shampoo and condi- M, 22, Andrew Kleinmann, Williamsburg,Ky, 26:21 items are labeled toy tioner? If you prefer, take F, 16, Tylar Culver, Williamsburg, Ky, 26:34 breed, medium breed, your pet to a professional M, 26, Ron Addington, San Diego, Ca, 26:47 large breed, and giant for a new do! M, 24, Matthew Kleinmann, Williamsburg, Ky, 27:28 breed. Obviously, this To motivate yourself M, 47, Jim Harp, Rockholds, Ky, 28:31 helps pet owners choose and your pet, why not buy F, 27, Sarah Lawson, Henderson, Ky, 29:18 the appropriate item for 51, M, Ron Reynolds, Williamsburg, Ky, 46:18 a new leash for nice long M, 29, Bob Lawson, Henderson, Ky, 29:19 their particular best walks? 53, F, Connie Howard, Williamsburg, Ky, 46:27 M, 45, Derrick Lowrie, Williamsburg, Ky, 29:25 friends. If you have a Is your pet up to date 42, F, Janet Ball, Williamsburg, Ky, 46:28 F, 36, Tracy Croley, Williamsburg, Ky, 29:30 mixed breed and are on shots? If not, why not 30, F, Leslie Powers, Williamsburg, Ky, 46:44 M, 22, John Reynolds, Williamsburg, Ky, 29:59 unsure which category give the gift of wellness 31, F, Brenda Caddell, Williamsburg, Ky, 49:19 F, 39, Candice Bland, Corbin, Ky, 30:04 your pet falls into, use and make an appointment 16, M, Jacob Paul, Williamsburg, Ky, 49:19 F, 38, Katharine Lay, Williamsburg, Ky, 30:14 your pet’s weight and with your veterinarian. Of 16, M, Brent Canada, Williamsburg, Ky, 49:20 F, 15, Kelsey Wilkens, Pioneer,T N, 30:30 height as a guide. course, reward your pet 39, F, Gina Johnson, Williamsburg, Ky, 49:40 F, 45, Dessie Kelly, Williamsburg, Ky, 30:45 Make sure there are no with a special treat (some- 43, F, Kim Buchanan, Williamsburg, Ky, 50:08 M, 17, Caleb Lowrie, Williamsburg, Ky, 30:48 small pieces or items on thing yummy or a fun 43, F, Michele Culver, Atlanta, Ga, 50:08 F, 21, Jessica Lowrie, Williamsburg, Ky, 30:48 toys or clothing that could game) afterward. 71, F, Joyce Richards, Williamsburg, Ky, 52:07 F, 13, Lauren Culver, Williamsburg, Ky, 30:49 easily break or tear off and Have you been meaning 46, F, Robin Head, Williamsburg, Ky, 52:07 F, 17, Jeni Culver, Williamsburg, Ky, 30:49 be swallowed. to get your pet spayed or 16, M, Justin Head, Williamsburg, Ky, 52:09 F, 30, Anjali Phukan, Annapolis, Md, 31:07 When choosing deli- neutered? This could be 51, F, Ruth Crowe, Ironton, Ohio, 53:06 M, 42, James Prewitt, St. Louis, Mo, 31:22 cious treats, look for nutri- the perfect gift for your 31, M, Duner Stanfill, North Charleston, S.C., 53:07 F, 30, Becky Givens, Corbin, Ky, 31:58 tious ingredients. Reading pet and your family. 50, F, Donna Stanfill, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:10 M, 25, Johnathan Gray, Covington, Ky, 33:27 the label can be particu- Would you like to 14, F, Ashley Maise, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:11 F, 50, Janice Wren, Williamsburg, Ky, 33:35 larly helpful. When in improve the lines of com- 12, F, Caylin Louthan, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:12 F, 40, Sharon Harp, Rokcholds, Ky, 34:31 doubt, don’t buy. Better munication with your best 38, M, Tony Lambert, Williasmburg, Ky, 53:17 F, 26, Melissa Lemins, Witchita, Ks, 34:37 yet, why not bake up some friend? An obedience class 19, F, Tarja Mills, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:19 F, 41, Lisa Hackler, Williamsburg, Ky, 34:58 delicious, homemade would be a great gift for 30, F, Heather Owens, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:19 M, 53, James Wren, Williamsburg, Ky, 35:09 treats? (Try one of my both of you. You might be 39, F, Bianca Neely, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:20 16, F, Katelyn Hackler, Williamsburg, Ky, 35:26 pets’ favorite recipes surprised to find you learn 59, F, Rita Neely, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:21 31, F, Katherine Gray, Richmond, Ky, 35:28 below.) That way you will even more than your pet. 44, F, Angie Douglas, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:22 42, M, Mark Abner, Barbourville, Ky, 35:44 know exactly what ingredi- (I always do.) 17, M, Justin Rose, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:24 17, F, Caitlin Culver, Atlanta, Ga, 36:56 ents are included and Over the years, the 50, F, Ruth Stack, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:25 15, M, Christopher Roberts, Williamsburg, Ky, 37:49 where they came from. number of items available 47, F, Cathy Carpenter, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:26 40, F, Rhonda Abner, Barbourville, Ky, 37:49 Remember, though, for pets has multiplied 6, F, Allison Caddell, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:29 31, F, Sarah Decker, Richmond, Ky, 38:21 that treats are just that. time and time again. 32, M, Jason Caddell, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:30 34, M, Wendell Decker, Richmond, Ky, 38:22 They should be given There are even pet stroll- 43, F, Nora Hackler, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:37 42, F, Daphany Prewitt, St. Louis, Mo, 38:56 sparingly. ers, bicycle baskets, bling 47, F, Lisa Haun, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:39 45, M, Craig Mack, Williamsburg, Ky, 39:06 When purchasing toys, collars, outfits to match 48, M, Jimmy Haun, Williamsburg, Ky, 53:40 9, F, Makayla Mack, Williamsburg, Ky, 39:06 in addition to size, consid- humans, etc. The list goes 11, F, Abby Lambert, Williamsburg, Ky, 56:05 50, F, Sibyl Stricklin, Williamsburg, Ky, 39:10 er your pet’s preferences. on and on. 38, F, Lara Hudson, Williamsburg, Ky, 56:40 36, F, Audrey Luker, Williamsburg, Ky, 40:18 Our German Shepherd, Maybe you’re a little 9, F, Katie Hudson, Williamsburg, Ky, 56:41 40, F, Marsharee Wilkens, Pioneer, Tn, 41:53 Rascal, can’t resist a short on cash. Your furry 60, F, Janis Durham, Williamsburg, Ky, 57:06 34, F, Angela Roberts, Williamsburg, Ky, 41:54 squeaky toy, so I always best friend would be just 19, M, David Lee Hall, Williamsburg, Ky, 57:08 52, F, Linda Reynolds, Williamsburg, Ky, 43.02 include one in his stock- as delighted with some 17, F, Brandie Hunter, Williamsburg, Ky, 57:09 20, F, Lauren Reynolds, Williamsburg, Ky, 43:03 ing. On the other hand, he extra time with you, possi- 18, F, Courtney Johnson, Williamsburg, Ky, 57:18 52, F, Linda Powers, Williamsburg, Ky, 43:12 doesn’t care much for a bly playing her favorite 16, F, Casey Mckee, Corbin, Ky, 57:19 41, F, Lori Nantz, Williamsburg, Ky, 43:25 Frisbee, but Lady does. game, as with an expen- 16, F, Courtney Bishop, Williamburg, Ky, 57:20 16, M, Harold Morgan Jr., Williamsburg, Ky, 43:31 Many pets enjoy balls. sive toy. 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Corbin’s Team 1 was awarded second Among the competitors were some place in the Science Bowl. From Whitley local schools, including South Laurel High County High School, Dustin Decker, School, Knox Central High School, Corbin Brandon Smith, Danielle Harp and High School, and Whitley County High Kristen Tye won 3rd place in the School, all of which took home awards. Chemistry Team Demo contest, and From South Laurel High School, Brenda Danielle Harp and Kristen Tye were Moore and Kaylee Lucas took 3rd place in awarded first place in “How Does Your the Toothpick Bridge Contest; Candace Crystal Grow?” At right, Brenda Moore and Kaylee Lucas, of South Laurel High School, accept their 3rd place award in the Toothpick Bridge contest at the 2008 Science Olympiad hosted by University of the Cumberlands. Priyanka Patel, of South Laurel High School, accepts her second place award in the “Titrate Off” competition. Candace Kirby and John Whitaker, of South Laurel PHOTOS SUBMITTED High School, Above, Brian Muffly, of Corbin High School, accepts his 1st place award accept their in the Biology competition at the 2008 Science Olympiad. second place award Above right, Danielle Harp and Kristen Tye, of Whitley County High in the “A School, accept their first place award in “How Does Your Crystal Grow?” Salt Assault” competition. At right, Scott Muffly, of Corbin High School, accepts his 2nd place award in the Biology competition. “When you need a Hospital Longer than a Few Days...” Oak Tree Hospital at Baptist Regional Medical Center is available when a short stay at the hospital is not enough. Team 1, of Corbin High School, accepts its first place award in the Science Bowl at the 2008 Science Olympiad. TRI-COUNTY SUPPORT GROUPS and Fridays at The Parkway Church of Al-Anon family support God, Cumberland Gap Hwy. Confidential. 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