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					1B Medical Leader s                                                                                                                         June 10, 2011

Staff Writer                                                                                                         Free music, entertainment
Va. — At the recent                                                                                                   highlight annual festival
city council meeting,                                                                                                Staff Report
Williamson       Mayor
Darrin       McCormick                                                                                                 WHITESBURG — The 25th annual Seedtime
announced that the                                                                                                   on the Cumberland: A Celebration of Mountain
city has a new infor-                                                                                                Culture Festival is underway in Whitesburg.
mational Web site to                                                                                                   Events kicked off yesterday, June 9, and con-
help promote events                                                                                                  tinue until midnight on June 11 at Appalshop,
and tourism.                                                                                                         Letcher County Veterans Memorial Park and on
  McCormick said he                                                                                                  Main Street in Whitesburg.
is proud of the new in-                                                                                                Performers include Seldom Scene, Kenny
ternet site.                                                                                                         Baker, Ben Sollee, Woody Pines, Lee Sexton
  McCormick said he                                                                                                  Band, Ann & Phil Case, The Stuart Brothers
is also pleased with                                                                                                 Band, Jimmy & Ada McCowan w/Paul David
                                                                                                                     Smith, East Kentucky Tyme, Randy Wilson, Mac
the Hatfield-McCoy                                                                                                   & Jenny Traynham, Karly Dawn and Little Sa-
Reunion and Mara-                                                                                                    ree Band, Mike Havens and the Blue Mountain
thon, which should                                                                                                   Grass, The Rail Splitters, Nikos Pappas, Rich &
bring in over 400 run-                                                                                               the Po’ Folk, The Pea Ridge Ramblers and the
ners and their family                                                                                                Cowan Creek Pick and Bow All-Stars.
members. The mayor                                                                                                     Appalshop will also host numerous film
said this will help                                                                                                  screenings, shape note singing at 11 a.m. on June
boost tourism in the                                                                                                 11, arts and craft vendors and demonstrators, art
county seat. Several                                                                                                 exhibitions, youth activities, literary readings, a
musical acts, vendors                                                                                                Youth Bored concert, hiking and biking events
and other events will                                                                                                and the annual Seedtime Square Dance. The
be held on Saturday,                                                                                                 event will also feature a farmer’s market spon-
June 11 during the fes-                                                                 Medical Leader│File Photo    sored by the county tourism commission and the
tival.                                                                                                               Cooperative Extension.
                            ON THE ROAD AGAIN: Pikeville Harley-Davidson will be hosting a motorcycle                  Seedtime is also coordinated with the Art-
  Williamson       Fire     poker run and hog roast to benefit Hillbilly Christmas in July, a non-profit or-
Chief Jerry Mounts                                                                                                   Walk, which will be held on Main Street from 4
                            ganization that helps Shriners Hospitals in the region. This picture was taken           p.m. to 9 p.m. on June 11.
presented the mayor         during the 2010 Randy Jones Memorial Ride to Shriners Hospital.

                            HILLBILLY HIGHWAY
and council members                                                                                                    For more information, visit
with the first copy of                                                                                               seedtime.
the new Family Emer-
gency Guide printed
in connection with
Homeland Security.                                                                  tures field games and
It covers numerous          Harley-Davidson hosting                                 music.
emergency situations                                                                  The Pikeville Har-
and 200 copies are
available at City Hall
                            benefit poker run, roast                                ley-Davidson        stage
                                                                                    will feature perform-
on Fourth Avenue.           By MARY MEADOWS               Participants will get     ers Brooklynn Conley,
  City Council also         Staff Writer                poker cards during the      Marlana      VanHoose,
approved a request                                      ride, which begins at       Savannah Little, Holly           Seedtime lineup
by the Mingo County           PIKEVILLE — Lo-           10 a.m. on June 11 at                                                                       Friday
                                                                                    Thompson and others.             Appalshop Grounds Main Stage (Free Admission)
Commission for modi-        cal residents can tour      the Pikeville Harley-         For a $10 entry fee,           2 p.m. – The Rail Splitters (Wise, Va.)
fication of a new side-     scenic eastern Ken-         Davidson shop. The          participant names are            3 p.m. – Nikos Pappas (Lexington, Ky.)
walk on First Avenue.       tucky communities and       winning hand wins a                                          4 p.m. – Mike Havens & Blue Mountain Grass (Mize, Ky.)
                                                                                    put in play for a chance         6 p.m. – East KY Tyme (Whitesburg, Ky.)
This was needed so          help a local organiza-      prize at the end of the     to win $100.                     7 p.m. – Ann & Phil Case (Ohio)
that the county can in-     tion assist children this   event.                                                       8 p.m. – Kenny Baker (Cottonville, Tenn. via Jenkins)
                                                                                      Participants may also          9 p.m. – Seldom Scene (Washington D.C.)
stall a ramp and hand-      weekend.                      Riders will travel
                                                        from Pikeville to Dew-      purchase tickets to win                                        Saturday
rail at the entrance of       Harley-Davidson of                                                                     Appalshop Grounds Main Stage (Free Admission)
                            Pikeville is hosting a      ey Dam at Jenny Wiley       a 2011 Harley-David-             11 a.m.– Cowan Creek Youth String Band (Cowan, Ky.)
the Memorial Build-                                                                 son Dyna Wide Glide
                            motorcycle poker run        State Resort Park in                                         12 p.m. – Lee Sexton Band (Linefork, Ky.)
ing. This will help                                                                 and a Roush Mustang              1 p.m. – Jimmy & Ada McCowan w/Paul Smith (Hardy, Ky.)
make the building,          and hog roast to raise      Floyd County, take the                                       2 p.m. – Rich & the Po’ Folk (Whitesburg, Ky.)
                            funds for Hillbilly         back roads to Paints-       that will be given away          3 p.m. – Introduction to mountain  square dancing
which houses the li-
brary, health depart-       Christmas in July, Inc.,    ville Lake, travel to the   this year.                       4 p.m. – Karly Dawn & Little Sarie Band (Morehead, Ky.)
                                                                                      The poker run and              5 p.m. – Mac & Jenny Traynham (Willis, Va.)
ment and magistrate’s       a non-profit organiza-      Prestonsburg Harley-                                         6 p.m. – Woody Pines (Asheville, N.C.)
offices, handicapped        tion that helps patients    Davidson shop and re-       hog roast is one of              7 p.m. – Pea Ridge Ramblers (Knoxville, Tenn.)
                            at Shriners Hospitals in    turn to Pikeville for the   many events Hillbilly            8 p.m. – The Stuart Brothers Band (Bethel, N.C.)
accessible.                                                                                                          9 p.m.-11 p.m. – Seedtime Square Dance w/caller Randy Wilson
  The sidewalk modi-        Lexington and Cincin-       hog roast at 3 p.m.                                          10 p.m.-12 a.m. – The Last Hurrah Dance w/Woody Pines @ Summit
fication will be paid       nati, Ohio.                   The event also fea-        SEE HOG/Page 11B                City
for by grant money,
McCormick said.
  For more informa-

                            JWT’s season kicks off Friday night
tion, visit cityofwil-

                            Staff Report                tresses, but the stage is   friendship, laughs and            From the writers               tionships.
County says                   P R E S TO N S B U R G
                                                        now set for the open-
                                                        ing night of The Dixie
                                                                                    poignant moments that
                                                                                    are suitable for all au-
                                                                                                                    of Dearly Departed
                                                                                                                    comes a show about
                                                                                                                                                       Free from husbands,
                                                                                                                                                     kids and jobs, they
                            — It has taken the ef-      Swim Club.                  diences.                        five southern women              meet at the same beach
 attendance                 forts of a 22-mem-
                            ber board, three staff
                                                          Jenny Wiley The-
                                                        atre’s first show of
                                                                                      The Dixie Swim Club
                                                                                    is the story of five un-
                                                                                                                    whose friendships be-
                                                                                                                    gan years ago on their
                                                                                                                                                     cottage on North Caro-
                                                                                                                                                     lina’s Outer Banks to
highest ever                members, five de-
                            signers, one director,
                                                        the season opens this
                                                        Friday, June 10, on
                                                                                    forgettable women — a
                                                                                    hilarious and touching
                                                                                                                    college swim team.
                                                                                                                      They set aside a long
                                                                                                                                                     catch up, laugh and
                                                                                                                                                     meddle in each other’s
Staff Report                eight technicians, four     the indoor stage, and       comedy about friend-            weekend every August             lives.
                            stitchers and five ac-      it promises to deliver      ships.                          to recharge those rela-            The      Dixie     Swim
  PIKEVILLE —Pike                                                                                                                                    Club focuses on four
County Schools ended                                                                                                                                 of those weekends and
the school year with                                                                                                                                 spans a period of 33
an all-time high at-                                                                                                                                 years. As their lives un-
tendance rate. The                                                                                                                                   fold and the years pass,
district had an overall                                                                                                                              the women increasing-
attendance percentage                                                                                                                                ly rely on one another,
of 94.86, the highest                                                                                                                                through advice and
in its history, said Bill                                                                                                                            raucous repartee, to get
Dotson, Director of                                                                                                                                  through the challenges
Pupil Personnel.                                                                                                                                     that life flings at them.
  Attendance is im-                                                                                                                                    And when fate throws
portant. It means more                                                                                                                               a wrench into one of
money for the district                                                                                                                               their lives, these friends
and more resources                                                                                                                                   rally around their own
available to students.                                                                                       Medical Leader│SUBMITTED PHOTO
                                                                                                                                                     with the strength and
Children who spend                                                                                                                                   love, which takes this
more time in school         REHEARSAL: The cast of Jenny Wiley Theatre’s “The Dixie Swim Club” does a final studio rehearsal before                  comedy in a surprising
                            heading to the stage to put the final touches on the upcoming production. For tickets, call 877-CALL-JWT                 direction.
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                                 Community Calendar
       June 9-11
  •Various times: 25th
                             in Phelps. Trophies
                             and door prizes will be
                                                        lege to host Music in
                                                        the Mountains Choral
                                                                                    of Big Sandy Commu-
                                                                                    nity and Technical Col-
                                                                                                                       The Stork Report
annual Seedtime on the       awarded. Silent auction    Workshop.    606-487-       lege, to host Discovery           Pikeville Medical Center
Cumberland Festival in       to be held. Rain date:     3068                        Saturday Reptile Show.
                                                                                                                 Steven Isaac White,         Wrigley Tate Thom-
Whitesburg.                  June 18. 606-456-1975                                  $4 per person includes     son of Shelby and           as, son of Machea and
                             or 606-456-9223                    June 14             planetarium and laser      Steve White, born May       Tony Thomas, born
           June 10             •11 a.m. and 3 p.m.:       •10 a.m. to 6 p.m.:       show admission. 606-       19, weight: 6 lbs., 3.8     May 26, weight: 7 lbs.,
   •5     p.m.:    United    Matewan Massacre Re-       Pike County Health De-      889-8260                   oz.                         7 oz.
Mountain Horse Show          enactment in front of      partment Mobile Medi-         •All     Day:     Drug
at Prestonsburg Equine       UMWA Hall.                 cal Unite to provide        Abuse Kills Ride for         Penny Teresa Epling,        James David Cart-
Center on Stonecrest.          •4 p.m. to 9 p.m.:       cholesterol    checks,      Life! poker run will       daughter of Amber and       er, son of Amy and
859-327-9085                 Summer ARTWALK             school physicals, glu-      travel from Prestons-      Nick Epling, born May       James Carter, born May
   •6 p.m. to 6 a.m.: Pike   on Main Street, Whites-    cose checks, other ser-     burg to West Liberty.      20, weight: 7 lbs., 12      26, weight: 8 lbs.
County Relay for Life        burg. Street music and     vices, at Peter Creek       Event sponsored by         oz.
held at Bob Amos Park        work of regional art-      Presbyterian Church in      Floyd County Com-                                        Jaylin Nashae Tack-
in Pikeville. Jennifer       ists on display at Gal-    Phelps.606-437-5500         munities Against Drug        Kenneth Brayden           ett, daughter of Brit-
at      jbrown@rbandw.       lery 229, in businesses.                               Addiction. Registration    Staton, son of Cas-         tany and Marvin, born
com or 606-793-0991;         Contact: TourPineMtn.              June 15             $25 for one person;        sandra and Jonathan         May 26, weight: 7 lbs.,
Shannon at 606-477-          com or Dr. David Nar-        •10 a.m. to 6 p.m.:       $40 for two people.        Staton, born May 20,        14 oz.
2704 or Shannon.De-          ramore at 606-633-         Pike County Health          All riders get t-shirt,    weight: 8 lbs., 3.6 oz.              5951                       Department        Mo-       food, concert at end of                                  Landon       Joseph
                                                        bile Medical Unite          the ride. $500 prize for     Sean Cooper Jett,         Charles, son of Kasey
       June 10-12                   June 11-12          to provide choles-          best hand; other prizes    son of Leah and Brad-       and Jason Charles, born
  •Matewan        High         •6 a.m.: Doors open      terol checks, school        also awarded. All pro-     ley Jett, born May 20,      May 27, weight: 8 lbs.
School all-class re-         for Remote Area Medi-      physicals,     glucose      ceeds support drug-        weight: 7 lbs., 12 oz.
union. 304-426-8766          cal Clinic at Pike Cen-    checks, other services,     free activities in Floyd                                 Hunter Mason Pin-
                                                                                                                Kaleh Ryder Cole-          ion, son of Jessica and
or 304-426-4948              tral High School. Event    at Blackburn Fam-           County. 606-263-4370                                   Daniel Pinion, born
                                                                                                               man, son of Jessica
                             features free medical,     ily Foods in Mouth-           •6 p.m.: Drug Abuse      Young and Brian Dale        May 27, weight: 7 lbs.,
         June 11             dental and eye care to     card.606-437-5500           Kills, Recover Heals       Coleman, born May 22,       6 oz.
  •7 a.m.: Hatfield Mc-      any person. Event will                                 spring concert featur-     weight: 8 lbs., 5 oz.
Coy Marathon kicks off       wind down about 1                   June 17            ing Morgan George,                                       Braxon Ryan Kidd,
in downtown William-         p.m. on June 12. First-      •9 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Pike   the “Lyrical Preacha”        Jayce Evan Tackett,       son of Mallena and
son, W.Va. Hatfield          come, first-served. ra-    County Health Depart-       and Trinu at Prestons-     son of Kayla and Jer-       Alex Kidd, born May
McCoy Reunion Festi- or 606-432-       ment Mobile Medical         burg City Parking lot.     emy Tackett, born May       30, weight: 7 lbs.
val to be held 10 a.m.       6247                       Unite to provide cho-       Free food.                 22, weight: 6 lbs., 4 oz.
to 10 p.m. Tug Valley                                   lesterol checks, school                                                              Jonah Chett Watts,
Chamber of Commerce                  June 12            physicals,       glucose           June 20-23            Liam        Christian     son of Jaynie and Wil-
still accepting food,          •3 p.m.: Planning        checks, other services,       •10 a.m. to 10 p.m.:     Blackburn, son of Sar-      liam Watts, born May
crafts and Farmer’s          meeting for Prestons-      at John’s Creek Drug in     Pikeville College to       ah and Brandon Black-       31, weight: 7 lbs., 14
Market vendors for the       burg    High   School      Meta.606-437-5500           host team basketball       burn, born May 23,          oz.
festival. 304-235-5240       majorettes    reunion                                  camps at PC gym,           weight: 5 lbs., 5 oz.
or       homecoming at Allen               June 17-19           Pikeville High School                                    Noah Gage Wil-
  •10 a.m.: ATV ride         Baptist Church in Pre-       •Broken Trail Horse                                    Allison Faith Evans,      liams, son of Tabatha
                                                                                    gym, Pike Central gym,                                 and Richard Williams,
begins at Joe’s Creek.       stonsburg.   caroljo@      Club to host trail ride                                daughter of Susan and
                                                                                    Mullins    Elementary      Bradley Evans, born         born May 31, weight: 7
$10; lunch provided. or 606-       at Pikeville-Pike Coun-     and the Blue Goose
Proceeds benefit Joe’s       874-2244                   ty Airport. All-day rid-                               May 23, weight: 8 lbs.,     lbs., 10 oz.
                                                                                    gym. Costs $350-$400       12 oz.
Creek Neighborhood                                      ing, auction, music on      per team. 606-205-
Watch Program. Ran-                 June 13-17          Friday,     concessions,                                                             Billy Lee Akers, III,
                                                                                    8661, 606-454-4542 or        Robert Parker Koch,       son of Payge Tipton,
dall Parsons at 606-           •9 a.m. to noon:         other events. Proceeds      276-689-8074                                           born May 31, weight: 8
                                                                                                               son of Ashley and Zach
437-0228 or Junior           Young Writer’s Camp        helps needy children.                                  Koch, born May 23,          lbs., 1 oz.
Carter at 606-432-8244       for students enter-        606-754-5118 or 606-                                   weight: 7 lbs., 6 oz.
  •10:30 a.m.: Regis-        ing fourth, fifth, sixth   794-4200                             June 21
tration begins for the       grades at Hazard Com-                                     •8 a.m. to 10 p.m.:                                   Madison     LaShay
                                                                                    Kentucky’s Unemploy-         Aubrey Lynn Cantrell,     Habern, daughter of
Faith Christian Church       munity and Technical               June 18                                        daughter of Tiffany and     Jennifer Cantrell and
third annual car, bike       College.                     •11 a.m. to 12 p.m.:      ment Insurance Direc-
                                                                                    tor Allen Larson to        Barry Cantrell, born        Tyrone Habern, born
and truck show, to be          •10 a.m. to 2 p.m.:      East Kentucky Science                                  May 24, weight: 8 lbs.      May 31, weight: 5 lbs.,
held on Rt. 194 next         Hazard     Community       Center, located on the      provide unemployment                                   9 oz.
to Jones Funeral Home        and Technical Col-         Prestonsburg campus         insurance seminar for        Eli Luke McNeil,
                                                                                    employers at Pikev-        son of Jennifer and           Joe Slade Hyden,
                                                                                    ille College multipur-     Robert Earl McNeil,         son of Amy and Joe
                                                                                    pose room. Register by     born May 24, weight: 8      Hyden, born May 31,
                                                                                    June 16 at trina.allen@    lbs., 7 oz.                 weight: 8 lbs., 11 oz.
                                                                           or 606-433-
                                                                                    7721                       Noah Preston Mul-             Sidney Lynn Casey,
                                                                                                             lins, son of Kimberly         daughter of Aurora and
                                                                                             June 22         Neill and Preston Mul-        Willard Casey, born
                                                                                      •10 a.m. to 12 p.m.: lins, born May 24,              June 1, weight: 5 lbs.,
                                                                                    UK Cooperative Exten- weight: 5 lbs., 4 oz.            9 oz.
                                                                                    sion Office, located at Kyndra          Michelle         Linkin Colt Adams,
                                                                                    921 South Lake Drive Trump, daughter of                son of April Johnson
                                                                                    in Prestonsburg, to host Crystal and Ronald            and Mitchell Adams,
                                                                                    “Yes, You Can” food Trump, born May 24,                born June 2, weight: 7
                                                                                    preservation class on weight: 4 lbs., 14 oz.           lbs., 7 oz.
                                                                                    canning, freezing and
                                                                                    drying food. Register Ka’Miyah               Jade       Josie Blythe Stam-

             FREE Seminars
                                                                                    by June 17. 606-886- Hight, daughter of                baugh, daughter of
                                                                                    2668.                    Brandy Christian and          Amy and Joseph St-
                                                                                                             Curtis Hight, born May        ambaugh, born June 1,
                                                                                                             24, weight: 7 lbs., 9 oz.     weight: 7 lbs., 14 oz.
                                                                                             June 23
                                                                                      •5:30 p.m. to 7:30
                                                                                    p.m.: UK Cooperative Kylee Nicole Kidd,                  Bailey Grace Cullop,
                                                                                    Extension Office, lo- daughter of Krystal              daughter of Carly Blan-
                   Tuesday, June 14                                                                          Kirk and Jarrod Kidd,
                                                                                    cated at 921 South Lake born May 25, weight: 7
                                                                                    Drive in Prestonsburg, lbs., 14 oz.
                                                                                                                                           kenship and Joshua
                                                                                                                                           Cullop, born June 2,
                                                                                                                                           weight: 7 lbs., 10 oz.
                   Tuesday, July 12                                                 to host “Yes, You Can”
                                                                                    food preservation class Samuel           Peyton          Gage Robert De-
                                                                                    on canning, freezing Tackett, son of Kayla
                  Tuesday, August 9                                                 and drying food. Reg- Lucas and John Tackett,
                                                                                    ister by June 17. 606- born May 26, weight: 8
                                                                                                                                           Wayne May, son of
                                                                                                                                           Jessica Wolford, born
                                                                                                                                           June 2, weight: 7 lbs.,
               Tuesday, September 13                                                886-2668.                lbs., 6 oz.                   3 oz.

                 Tuesday, October 11                                                                                                            Ongoing
                Tuesday, November 8                                                                                                          Disabled American

               Tuesday, December 13
                                                                                                                                           Veterans & Auxiliary
                                                                                                                                           meets at 7 p.m. on the
                                                                                                                                           fourth Tuesday of each
                                                                                                                                           month at the Pikeville
                                                                                                                                           Public Library. Contact
                    6 P.M.                                                                                                                 Auxiliary Commander
               Orthopedic Center                                                                                                           Mabelene Stevens at
                                                                                                                                           606-218-4541 or 606-
                  184 South Mayo Trail                                                                                                     478-4156.

                   Pikeville KY 41501                                                                                                        “One World, Many
                                                                                                                                           Stories” summer read-
        For more information,                                                                                                              ing program open at
                                                                                                                                           Pikeville Public Li-
            please contact                                                                                                                 brary.    Various   age
                                                                                                                                           groups, times. 606-432-
          606-218-4811                                                                                                                     1285.

                                                                                                                                             Appalachian Preg-

 We’re still the one...                                                                                                                    nancy Care Center
                                                                                                                                           is conducting annual
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 Youth camps                             Ultimate indoor football league

                          BLACK and YELLOW
  to benefit
from first-ever
 golf scramble
Staff Report

  LONDON — Golf-
                                                     ‘D’ lifts Drillers past Hammer
                                                     By TEDDY PAYNTER                         Drillers who advanced to face the
ers from across the                                  Staff Writer                             Saginaw Sting for the third time this
region are encour-                                                                            season on the road June 10.                                                Drillers
aged to play a round
on June 13 to benefit
                                                       PIKEVILLE — Defense wins
                                                                                                Sagniaw (10-5) reached the cham-
                                                                                              pionship with a 46-45 upset win over
two summer camp
programs for youth.
                                                       No team has been better defen-         league-leading Northern Kentucky                                                 at
                                                     sively all season long than East Ken-    on June 3. The Sting has beaten East
  The first Charlie                                  tucky.                                   Kentucky in both previous meetings                                            Sting
Cornett Memo-
rial Golf Scramble
                                                       The league’s best has carried the
                                                     Drillers to the brink of a champion-
                                                                                              in high-scoring shootouts.
                                                                                                Huntington’s only points came on
will be held at the
Crooked Creek Golf
                                                     ship following a dominating per-         defense as the Hammer sacked East                                          June 10
                                                     formance at the Eastern Kentucky         Kentucky quarterback Allan Holland
Course in London                                     Exposition Center on June 4 as East      for two first-half safeties. The first
with a shotgun start
at 9 a.m.
                                                     Kentucky rallied to beat the Hun-
                                                     tington Hammer 20-4.
                                                                                              came with 8 minutes, 25 seconds re-
                                                                                              maining in the first quarter and the                          Ultimate Bowl I
  All proceeds help                                    It marked the eighth straight win at                                                                 Saginaw, Mich.
                          Daniel Eidson              home and ninth in 15 games for the                   SEE DRILLERS / Page 5B
              tion fund
              and                                                                                                                                          15th Region
              Promise.                                                                                                                                     tournament
              now in
                                                                                                                                                            Pirates lose
              its fifth
summer, is a free                                                                                                                                          heartbreaker
five-day, four-night
leadership/adventure                                                                                                                                       to Lawrence
program for youth                                                                                                                                          By KYLE LOVERN
across 29 counties of
southern and eastern                                                                                                                                       Staff Writer
Kentucky who will be
                                                                                                                                                              PRESTONSBURG —
entering grades 7-9.
                                                                                                                                                           The Belfry Pirates got
This year’s camp will
                                                                                                                                                           a great pitching perfor-
be held July 25-29 on
                                                                                                                                                           mance from Tyler Wil-
the University of the                                                                                  Medical Leader│SUBMITTED PHOTO                      liams in the semi-finals
Cumberlands campus
in Williamsburg.          RUNNERS-UP: The Pikeville High School Panthers finished as 15th Region runners-up after a loss to Law-                           of the 15th Region
                          rence County in the championship game at StoneCrest.                                                                             baseball     tournament.
  The third annual
                                                                                                                                                           He pitched a complete
Camp Promise is a
free four-day, three-
night program for
                                          15th region tournament                                                                                           game, only giving up
                                                                                                                                                           five hits and one run.

                          Dawgs stun Panthers
                                                                                                                                                              However, the Pirate
children from Perry,
                                                                                                                                                           offense was nowhere to
Knott and Breathitt
                                                                                                                                                           be found, and coach Mi-
counties identified
                                                                                                                                                           chael Hagy’s squad lost
through the judicial
                                                                                                                                                           to Lawrence County
and school systems.
                                                                The sixth frame started out       for the Bulldogs going the dis-                          1-0.
Directors continue to
mentor participants
                            Eight-run inning                  with a winning pitcher Chan-        tance to pick up the win.                                   Belfry managed only
                                                              dler Shepherd drawing a walk.         Hamilton suffered the loss for                         three hits, all singles.
in the months fol-
lowing camp. This
                            dooms Pikeville                   Singles by Ethan Daniels, Cody      the Panthers.                                            One by Josh Francis
                                                              Moore and Clark Rice helped           Randy Maynard and Sam                                  leading off the game,
year’s camp will
be held June 20-23
                            in championship                   Lawrence County continue the        Burton both pitched in relief                            one by Zack Francisco
                          By KYLE LOVERN                      big rally.                          roles.                                                   in the fourth inning and
at the Twin Rocks
                          Staff Writer                          Dave Balaklau, the ninth man        The Panthers took a 35-3 re-                           a base hit by Madison
Bible Camp in Perry
                                                              in the batting lineup, smacked      cord into the regional finals.                           Ghormley in the fifth
                            PRESTONSBURG — Pike-              a double for a pair of RBIs.        During the regular season the                            inning.
  Both camps seek to
                          ville High School was denied a      Daniel then cracked another         two teams were tied at 2-2,                                  Lawrence County got
help youth develop
                          return trip to the state baseball   single, his second of the inning    when the game was suspended.                             its only run in the fifth
leadership skills,
                          tournament in Lexington this        and scored on a double by Tate      That was the only meeting with                           inning. With one out,
build confidence and
                          week, losing to rival Lawrence      Banks.                              Lawrence County until the re-                            Chris Cline doubled to
trust, and interact
                          County 9-6 in the 15th Region-        Clark Keene led Pikeville         gional final.                                            center. Then, with two
with positive role
                          al championship game played         with a single and double, scor-       Lawrence County advanc-                                outs, Chandler Shep-
                          at StoneCrest in Prestonsburg       ing a pair of runs.                 es to take on the region nine                            herd was walked inten-
  The cost to en-
                          on June 2.                            Gavin Miller added a sin-         champions at Applebee’s Park                             tionally. Ethan Daniel
ter the scramble is
                            Pikeville led 6-1 heading into    gle, while Reese Ward, Steven       in Lexington.                                            then singled in Cline
$60 per individual
                          the bottom of the sixth inning,     Layne and Sam Burton each                                                                    for the only run of the
or $240 per team.
                          but the Bulldogs erupted for        had a base hit and scored a run     At Prestonsburg                                          game.
Unlimited mulligans,                                                                              (15th Region Tournament)
                          eight runs to take a 9-6 lead.      for the Panthers.                                                                               The Pirates stopped
throws and skirts are                                                                             SCORE BY INNINGS:                    R-H-E
                            This was Lawrence County’s          Leadoff batter Tyler Ratliff      Pikeville (35-4)..........000 240 0 – 6-7-3              another Bulldog rally in
available at 5 for $20.
                          third regional title in the last    reached on an error and also        Lawrence Co. (28-4)..001 008 x – 9-7-2                   the first inning. Shep-
Hole sponsorships are                                                                             Pitching:
                          four years. Pikeville won last      scored a run.                                                                                herd led off in the bot-
available at $100.                                                                                WP: C. Shepherd
                          year.                                 Shepherd had 13 strikeouts        LP: J. Hamilton                                          tom of first with a sin-
  Prizes will be given
                                                                                                                                                           gle and Daniel walked.
for the longest drive,
                                                                                                                                                           After Shepherd was
longest putt, clos-
                                                                                                                                                           thrown out for stealing
est to the pin and
straightest drive.                        15th region tournament                                                                                           by Francisco, the BHS
                                                                                                                                                           catcher, Tate Banks hit
  The scramble is
named in honor of
Charles L. Cornett,       Magoffin girls beat rival Johnson Central                                                                                        into double play.
                                                                                                                                                              In the second, the
                                                                                                                                                           Pirates got some even
a former Kentucky         Staff Report                        on June 2.                          scored both times.                                       greater defense. Cody
State Police deputy                                             Paige     Fletcher    doubled       Aly Webb doubled and drove                             Moore led off with a
commissioner, who           STONECREST — Magoffin             to open the eighth and later        in one run while scoring once                            double. After a walk
passed away last No-      County rallied from a three-run     scored to help the Lady Hornets     for the Lady Golden Eagles.                              to Ramsey Compton,
vember at age 65.         deficit by scoring three times in   avenge two earlier losses to the
                                                                                                  At StoneCrest                                            Julius Musick hit a fly
  “He truly had a         the fifth inning and then push-     Lady Eagles.
                                                                                                  (15th Region Tournament)                                 ball to center field as
passion for the youth     ing across the winning run in         Chelsey Cole doubled home         SCORE BY INNINGS:                                   R    Howie Dotson made a
of this region,” said     the eighth as the Lady Hornets      two runs in a three-run fifth in-   MCHS (28-10)........................100 030 01 – 5
                                                                                                  JCHS (29-6).............................200 200 00 – 4   diving catch. He then
Karen Kelly, UNITE        beat 57th District rival Johnson    ning to help the Lady Hornets       Pitching:
                          Central 5-4 to win the 15th Re-     pull even. B.J.                     WP – Linzi Watson
SEE GOLF/Page 5B          gion crown at StoneCrest Field        Howard walked twice and           LP – Sarah Williams                                        SEE BUCS/Page 5B
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                                                                                                                    DRILLERS / FROM 3B
                                                                                                                    second with 12:20 left      nine sacks, includ-
                                                                                                                    before halftime.            ing five from Ellory
                                                                                                                      East       Kentucky’s     Moore. Roderick Da-
                                                                                                                    offense        struggled    vid, Robert Brown and
                                                                                                                    throughout the first half   Adebiyi Ojutiku were
                                                                                                                    as Huntington kept the      outstanding as well.
                                                                                                                    hammer down against           The secondary, led by
                                                                                                                    the Drillers and Hol-       Jason Conner, David
                                                                                                                    land.                       Jones and Marcus Mc-
                                                                                                                      Backup quarterback        Clinton, bent but never
                                                                                                                    Daniel Eidson gave          broke.
                 Medical Leader│KYLE LOVERN
                                                                                                                    East Kentucky the             Running back E.J.
PANTHER FOOTBALL: Pikeville head foot-                                                                              spark it needed, not        Adams capped the
ball coach Chris McNamee and staff mem-                                                                             once, but twice.            scoring with a one-yard
bers held the annual Panther football camp                                                                            His only pass of the      touchdown run with
this past week. Youngsters learned the ba-                                                                          first half was a 41-yard    less than six seconds
sic fundamentals of playing the game.                                                                               touchdown        scoring    remaining.
                                                                                                                    strike to receiver Aric
                                                                                                                    Evans with 46 seconds       At Pikeville
                                                                                                                                                SCORE BY QUARTERS:
                                                       GOLF / FROM 3B                                               left before the break.
                                                                                                                    Eidson’s PAT kick put
                                                                                                                                                HTN......................2 2 0 0 – 4
                                                                                                                                                EKY........................0 7 0 13 – 20
                                                             director. “Charlie’s long-term service with the        the Drillers ahead for      Scoring:
                                                                                                                    the first time and to       First Quarter
                                                             Kentucky State Police and life-long love for this                                  HTN – Allan Holland sacked in
                                                             portion of the commonwealth certainly made him         stay at 7-4.                the end zone for a safety, 8:25.
                                                             a valuable asset. He was among the first to real-        It remained 7-4 until     Second Quarter
                                                                                                                    Eidson re-entered the       HTN – Allan Holland sacked in
                                                             ize that any long-term success against substance                                   the end zone for a safety, 12:20.
                                                             abuse would require a synergy of education, treat-     game for Holland in the     EKY – Aric Evans, 41-yard pass
                                                             ment and law enforcement initiatives.”                 final quarter. He con-      from Daniel Eidson (Daniel
                                                                                                                    nected with Evans on a      Eidson kick), 46.8.
                                                               Cornett, of Hindman, served more than 38 years                                   Third Quarter
                                                             with the KSP, retiring as a sergeant in 2000. He       13-yard scoring strike      No scoring.
                                                             rejoined the KSP as assistant to the commissioner      with 8:26 left to push      Fourth Quarter
                                                                                                                    the Drillers up 13-4.       EKY – Aric Evans, 13-yard pass
                                                             in 2002, retiring from that role 18 months later. In
BUCS / FROM 3B                                                                                                        It was lights out for     from Daniel Eidson (kick failed),
                                                             addition, Cornett was a consultant for the LKLP                                    8:26.
                                                                                                                    Huntington as East          EKY – E.J. Adams, 1-yard run
threw to Williams, who    side in the final inning Community Action Council and was a founding                      Kentucky’s       defense    (Daniel Eidson kick), 5.2.
relayed to shortstop      for the save.                      member of Operation UNITE.                             continued its dominat-      Next up: East Kentucky (9-6) at
                                                               “Countless men and women from eastern Ken-                                       Saginaw Sting (10-5), Ultimate
Jeremy Workman cov-                                                                                                 ing performance. The        Bowl I, June 10.
ering at second base.     At Prestonsburg                    tucky have pursued a law enforcement career due        Drillers finished with
                          SCORE BY INNINGS: R-H-E to the mentorship of Charlie Cornett,” noted Dan
  Belfry ended the sea-   Belfry (20-14).000 000 0 - 0-3-0
son with a 20-14 re-
                          LCHS (27-4)...000 010 x - 1-5-2 Smoot, law enforcement director for UNITE.
                          Pitching:                          “Whether it was coaching basketball or serving as            Got school news?
                          WP: Tate Banks, 6 IP, 3 H, 10 K,   Sunday School director, Charlie Cornett served as
  Tate Banks earned the   2 BB
                          Save: Shepherd, struck out all     a beacon for youth.”
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rence County (27-4),      3 batters (Masters, Fields and
                          Ghormley) in 7th
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                                                                15th Region Tournament
Pikeville blanks P’burg; Valley beaten
By TEDDY PAYNTER                             Panthers scored three                            Field on May 30.                                        Prestonsburg.……8                                 and teammate Adam                        hits, including a pair
Staff Writer                                 times in the fourth in-
                                             ning to put the game
                                                                                                Clark Keene knocked                                   Pike Central……..4                                Daughtery added an
                                                                                                                                                                                                       RBI double.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                of doubles and drove
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                in five runs to lead the
                                                                                              home three runs with                                      STONECREST        —
  STONECREST          —                      out of reach.                                    a pair of doubles and                                                                                      The Blackcats im-                      Bulldogs, now 26-4.
                                                                                                                                                      Prestonsburg fell be-
Defending 15th Region                          Steven Layne and                               Gavin Miller added an                                                                                    proved to 18-10.                           Shelby Valley’s Evan
                                                                                                                                                      hind to Pike Central in
champion        Pikeville                    Reese Ward added RBI                             RBI double in the win.                                  the opening inning but                                                                    Tackett had two hits
                                             singles.                                                                                                                                                  At StoneCrest                            and drove in three runs
used timely hitting to                                                                          Sam Burton was the                                    the Blackcats bounced                            (15th Region Tournament)
back the solid pitching                                                                       winning pitcher while                                   back to score a come-                            SCORE BY INNINGS:                 R      for the Wildcats.
                                             At StoneCrest                                                                                                                                             PCC (5-17)............300 000 1 – 4
of Layne Cecil as the                        (15th Region Tournament)                         Zach Burton suffered                                    from-behind 8-4 win                                                                         Jacob Robinson add-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       P’burg (18-10)......120 104 x – 8
Panthers advanced to                         SCORE BY INNINGS:                 R              the loss.                                               at StoneCrest Field on                           Pitching:                                ed an RBI single and
the tournament cham-                         P’burg (18-11).......000 000 0 – 0                                                                                                                        WP – Corey Carter                        Issac Lucas singled and
                                             PHS (35-3).............011 300 x – 5               Pikeville (34-3) ad-                                  May 30.                                          LP – Wes Pugh                            added an RBI when he
pionship game with a                         Pitching:                                        vanced to face Pres-                                      Grant Anderson dou-
5-0 victory over Pres-                       WP – Layne Cecil                                 tonsburg in the semifi-                                 bled and singled and                                                                      walked with the bases
tonsburg at StoneCrest                       LP – Trey Stapleton
                                                                                              nals.                                                   scored two runs while                            Lawrence Co...…14                        loaded.
on May 31.                                                                                      The Tigers finished                                   winning pitcher Corey                            Shelby Valley….…5                          The Wildcats fin-
  It was sweet revenge                       Pikeville…….....…5                               15-14.                                                  Carter added two hits                              STONECREST        —                    ished 5-18.
for the Panthers (35-3)                      Paintsville…….....2                                                                                      and scored twice.                                Lawrence       County
who fell to the Black-                         STONECREST         —                           At StoneCrest                                             Caleb Petry singled                            scored in every in-                      At StoneCrest
                                                                                              (15th Region Tournament)                                                                                                                          (15th Region Tournament)
cats in the All “A”                          Pikeville rallied from                           SCORE BY INNINGS:            R                          and also scored two                              ning and the Bulldogs                    SCORE BY INNINGS:               R
Classic title game.                          an early two-run deficit                         P’ville (15-14)…….002 000 0 – 2                         runs.                                            cruised to a 14-5 win                    SVHS (5-18).........000 230 0 – 5
                                                                                              PHS (34-3)………..002 030 x – 5                                                                                                                      LCHS (26-4)........353 111 x – 14
  Randy Maynard fin-                         and the Panthers went                                                                                      Blake Clark had a                              over Shelby Valley at                    Pitching:
ished with an RBI triple                     on to beat rival Paints-                         WP – Sam Burton                                         pair of RBI singles                              StoneCrest on May 30.                    WP – Chris Cline
and RBI single as the                        ville 5-2 at StoneCrest                          LP – Zach Jackson                                       for the Hawks (5-17)                               Tate Banks had three                   LP – Rusty Roberts

East Ridge falls to JC; Magoffin halts
By TEDDY PAYNTER                               The Lady Warriors,                             3-1 in the semifinals.                                  fly, scoring Makyla                              JCHS (29-5)...........000 000 3 – 3      a hit in relief as Pikev-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ERHS (23-9)..........100 000 0 – 1
Staff Writer                                 looking to avenge a                                Rachelle Fairchild’s                                  Epling.                                          Pitching:                                ille managed just one
                                             pair of regular-sea-                             two-run double with                                       Whitney       Mullins                          WP – Sarah Williams                      total in the Lady Hor-
  STONECREST        —                        son losses to power-                             one out in the seventh                                  doubled in the frame to                          LP – Christian Yates                     nets’ come-from-be-
East Ridge was on the                        ful Johnson Central,                             started the winning                                     set up the score.                                                                         hind 15-2 win at Stone-
brink of scoring the                         took a 1-0 lead into the                         rally.                                                    Hollie McCarty led                             Magoffin Co..….15                        Crest Field on May 31.
biggest upset in the                         seventh inning only to                             East Ridge’s lone run                                 East Ridge with three                            Pikeville….…….…2                            Lindsey        Wagner
15th Region softball                         have the Lady Eagles                             came in the bottom of                                   hits.                                               STONECREST —                          singled in the first in-
tournament at Stone-                         strike for three runs                            the first when Kristina                                   Lady Warrior hurler                            Pikeville was on the                     ning and Pikeville had
Crest Field on May 31.                       and stun East Ridge                              Fields lifted a sacrifice                               Christian Yates was                              verge of breaking open                   loaded the bases with
                                                                                                                                                      outstanding, matching                            its 15th Region tourna-                  no outs before Skaggs
 Serving Eastern Kentucky                                                                                                                             JC standout and winner                           ment semifinal round                     came on in relief.
 for over 32 years!                                                                                                                                   Sarah Williams pitch-                                                                        Leanna Mullins belt-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       matchup with Magof-

   Hearing Loss?
                                                                                                                                                      for-pitch throughout                             fin County wide open                     ed a grand slam home
                                                                                                                                                      the game.                                        in the bottom of the                     run and added a two-
                                                                                                                                                        The Lady Eagles                                first inning.                            run double to lead a
                                                                                                                                                      (29-5) advanced to the                              The       opportunity                 torrid Magoffin Coun-
                                                                                                                                                      finals to face Magoffin                          slipped away when                        ty hitting attack. The
                                                                                                                                                      County.                                                                                   home run highlighted
                                               Time to see a doctor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Hornet relief pitch-
                                                                                                                                                        East Ridge’s season                            er Hannah Skaggs                         a six-run fourth inning.
                                                                                                                                                      ended at 23-9.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Chelsey Cole added
    top qua ring
                                                                                                                                                                                                       slammed the door shut

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                a two-run homer in
                                                                                                                                                                                                       after the Lady Panthers
  digital s low as
                                                                                                                                                      At StoneCrest                                                                             the seventh inning as
                                                                                                                                                      (15th Region Tournament)                         had taken a 2-1 lead.
                                                                                                                                                      SCORE BY INNINGS:                            R      Skaggs did not allow                  Magoffin scored seven
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                At StoneCrest
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                (15th Region Tournament)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                SCORE BY INNINGS:                 R
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                MCHS (27-10)..........101 67 – 15
   Do you                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       PHS (25-10)..............200 00 – 2
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PREP / FROM 6B                                                                                                                                           Pikeville Men’s Softball League
                                                                                                                                                            PIKEVILLE — Here are the latest standings, results and upcoming
30.                                   10.                                     nament with an 8-1 win               Pitching:                             games for the Pikeville Men’s Softball League:
                                                                                                                   WP – Christian Yates                                                                  Standings
  Belfry, which fin-                    Mika       Hackworth                  over South Floyd at                  LP – Ada Gayheart                     Assassins.........................................................................................................7-1
ished its season at 16-               doubled home Randi                      StoneCrest on May 30.                                                      Nighthawks.....................................................................................................5-1
15, managed just two
hits off winning pitcher
                                      Stovall with the Lady
                                      Blackcats’ (11-21) only
                                                                                The Lady Warriors
                                                                              scored four times in the             Johnson Cent…..22                     Superior Pest.................................................................................................7-3
                                                                                                                                                         Judith Trucking.............................................................................................3-3
Kelsie Prater.                        run.                                    top of the seventh in-               Pike Central…..….0                    Kimper Pharmacy..........................................................................................4-4
  Alexis Howard and                     Cassie Huff was the                   ning to break the game                 STONECREST           —              Pro-Tire..........................................................................................................2-6
                                                                                                                   Johnson Central pitch-                Big Red..........................................................................................................0-8
Sydney Bogar each sin-                winning pitcher. Alexis                 open.                                                                                                              Upcoming Games
gled in a losing effort.              DeRossett suffered the                    Whitney       Mullins              er Sarah Williams al-                                                                   June 12
  B.J. Howard added                   loss.                                   had two hits, includ-                lowed just one hit and                1:30 p.m. - Ballhawks vs. Pro-Tire
                                                                                                                   the Lady Golden Eagles                3:30 p.m. - Nighthawks vs. Assassins
two hits for Magoffin                                                         ing a double and scored                                                    5:30 p.m. - Big Red vs. Kimper Pharmacy
County.                               At StoneCrest                           once.                                erupted for 11 runs in                                                                  June 16
                                      (15th Region Tournament)                                                     each of the first two in-             6:15 p.m. - Superior Pest vs. Nighthawks
  Brooke Williamson                   SCORE BY INNINGS:                   R     Heather Little dou-
                                                                                                                   nings en route to a 22-0                                                         Recent Results
suffered the loss.                    P’burg (11-21)...........000 10 – 1     bled while Ashley Cas-                                                                                                        June 1
                                      PHS (24-10)...............055 1x – 11   tle and Brandi Stumbo                win over Pike County                  Assassins..........................................................................................................16
At StoneCrest                         Pitching:                                                                                                          Superior Pest.....................................................................................................6
                                      WP – Cassie Huff                        singled in a losing ef-              Central at StoneCrest
(15th Region Tournament)                                                                                           Field on May 30.
SCORE BY INNINGS:                R    LP – Alexis DeRossett                   fort.                                                                      Assassins..........................................................................................................15
MCHS (26-10).......312 021 0 – 9                                                Stumbo scored the                    Pike Central’s Char-                Superior Pest.....................................................................................................4
                                                                                                                                                                                                            June 5
BHS (16-15).......... 000 000 0 – 0
Pitching:                             East Ridge….…….8                        Lady Raiders lone run.               lie Murphy had the                    Kimper Pharmacy............................................................................................20
                                                                                                                   only hit for Central
WP – Elsie Prater
LP – Brooke Williamson
                                      South Floyd….……1                          Ada Gayheart suf-
                                                                              fered the loss as South              which finished 4-16.

                                        STONECREST         —                                                         Kinsey Patton suf-                  Kimper Pharmacy...........................................................................................18
                                                                              Floyd finished its sea-                                                    Pro-Tire............................................................................................................17
Pikeville………....11                    Teena Rowe pounded
                                      out two hits and scored                 son at 10-12.                        fered the loss.
Prestonsburg…….1                      two runs to help sup-                     East Ridge improved
                                                                                                                   At StoneCrest                         Judith Trucking...............................................................................................13
  STONECREST         —                port the strong pitch-                  to 23-8.                             (15th Region Tournament)
                                                                                                                   SCORE BY INNINGS:                     Judith Trucking...............................................................................................22
Pikeville’s     Morgan                ing of Christian Yates                                                                                             Ballhawks.........................................................................................................11
                                                                              At StoneCrest                        PCC (4-16)..............0 0 0– 0
Curry doubled and                     as East Ridge rolled in                 (15th Region Tournament)             JCHS (28-5)........ (11)(11) x – 22
scored three runs to                                                                                                                                     Nighthawks.......................................................................................................7
                                      the opening round of                    SCORE BY INNINGS:                R   Pitching:                             Big Red..............................................................................................................0
help lead the Lady Pan-                                                       ERHS (23-8)..........110 200 4 – 8   WP – Sarah Williams
                                      the 15th Region Tour-                   SFHS (10-12).........000 010 0 – 1   LP – Kinsey Patton
thers to an 11-1 win                                                                                                                                     Nighthawks.......................................................................................................7
                                                                                                                                                         Big Red..............................................................................................................0
over Prestonsburg in
the opening round of
the 15th Region Tour-
nament at StoneCrest
on May 30.
  Kelli Dorton added
two hits and scored
twice as the Lady Pan-
thers improved to 24-

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Restricted lot with boat                    Apply online and view our Pike, Floyd, Letcher and
slip at Rock Harbor Norris                  models on display from the Mingo Counties weekly.                            AUCTIONS                       full-time HVAC Instructor.      Justice. Job placement assis-
Lake. $48,700. Call 606-                    comfort of your own home,                                                    Auction: Barren River          Requires a Journeyman’s         tance. Computer available.
259-5124.                                   www.claytonhomesgray-                                                                                                                       Financial Aid if qualified.
                 6:3,10,17             LEGENDARY                       Help Wanted                     Lake Saturday, June 11th
                                                                                                                         10:00am. 27 Lake lots 12
                                                                                                                                                        license in HVAC, experi-
                                                                                                                                                        ence in the field; an Asso-     Call 866-460-9765 www.
                                            SERVICE AWARD WIN-                                                           acres preapproved docks,       ciate Degree and teaching
                                            NER EIGHT CONSECU-                           Trinity                         gated subdivision, Grand-      experience preferred. Apply
“6 Annie Young Cemetery
Lots $500 each. Also, Jus-
                                            TIVE YEARS!!! 606-474-                    Healthcare                         view Ridge, Scottsville,       online: https://home.eease.     SPORTING GOODS
                                            2083.                                                                        KY 270-239-7711 www.           com/recruit/?id=628831.         Play Where the Hooter’s
tice Family Books $30
                                                         6:10,17,24; 7:1
                                                                                       Services                     EOE.                            Tour plays. Cherry Blossom
each, shipped. Bernie Jus-                                                Trinity Healthcare Servic-                                                                                    Golf Course in Georgetown,
tice 352-633-0374; Justice-                                               es of Mingo is now hiring                      BUILDINGS                      Sullivan University (A la       rated the number one public
Bernie@Yahoo.Com.”                          Graco High Chair (Winnie CNA’s, LPN’s and part-                              Pole Barns: 1-Walkdoor,        Carte Cafe), seeks 2 part-      course in Kentucky. Call
                                            the Pooh theme). Adjust- time dietary aides. Call                            1-15x9 End Slider, $10,389     time Line Cooks. Requires       502-570-9849 for tee times.
    6:10,17,24; 7:1,8,15,22                 able height, seat reclines. 5 304- 235-7005.                                 Installed. 24x40x9 1- 12x8     a high school diploma
                                            point harness. $35.00. Gra-                                                  End Slider, 1-Walkdoor,        and at least two years ex-      TRUCK DRIVERS HELP
Pool table and pinball ma-                  co Travel System (Winnie East KY Broadcasting has                            $7,689 Installed. 1-800-987-   perience. Apply online:         WANTED
chine for sale. Call 606-                   the Pooh theme). Infant several job positions open.                          2366 www.tradonbuildings.         25 New Driver Trainees
626-7808.                                   car seat with base. Stroller We are looking for a market-                    com.                           recruit/?id=638051. EOE.        Needed! Learn to drive for
                                            with adjustable seat, opens ing person and a part-time                                                                                      TMC Transportation! Earn
               5:27;6:3,10,17               with one hand. Car seat fits on-air person! The market-                      BUSINESS SERVICES              INSTRUCTIONAL                   $750 per week! No experi-
                                            into stroller. $75. Graco ing candidate must have 5                          DISH Network delivers          Airlines Are Hiring- Train      ence needed! Local CDL
House at Colley Hills,
3-BR, 2-BA. All hard-                       Pack n’ Play with bassinet, years experience and will                        more for less! Packages        for high paying Aviation        Training! Job ready in 3
wood/ceramic      flooring.                 changing table, and new- be marketing directly to cli-                       starting at $24.99/ mo. Lo-    Career. FAA approved            weeks! 1-877-243-1812.
Heated inground pool. Lg.                   born napper (Light blue                                                      cal Channels Included!         program. Financial aid if
                                                                          ents! The on-air candidate                     FREE HD FOR LIFE! Free         qualified. Job placement as-    ACT NOW! DRIVER
pool house, lg. storage                     with brown dots, napper is
                                                                          must be available for nights
room, 2 private driveways.                  fleece). Changing table at-                                                  BLOCKBUSTER movies             sistance. CALL Aviation In-     TRAINEES          NEEDED
                                                                          and weekends! If interested,                   for 3 months. 1-866-240-       stitute of Maintenance 888-     FOR H.O. WOLDING. No
606-639-6091 or 606-213-                    taches to side, and is very
6095.                                       sturdy and easy to clean. please send resume to: East                        3844                           207-2053                        Experience needed. Train
    5:27; 6:3,10,17,24; 7:1                 $100 - Or all 3 for $175. KY Broadcasting, P.O. Box                                                                                         in 16 days at Truck Amer-
                                            Please call us at 304-236- 2200, Pikeville, KY, 41502.                       DIVORCE with or without        ALLIED HEALTH Career            ica Training. 1st year avg.
15x50 Somerset houseboat                    5388.                         East KY Broadcasting is                        CHILDREN $149. Includes        Training- Attend College        $38,000 Tuition Financing
at Fishtrap Lake in Pikev-                                                an Equal Opportunity Em-                       FREE name change and           100% online. Job placement      Available (502)955-6388 or
ille. Call 606-233-0491 or                  Attn: Complete Turn Key ployer.                                              marital property settlement    assistance. Computer avail-     (866)244-3644
606-476-2856.                               Homes available now with                              6:10                   documents.       Bankruptcy    able. Financial Aid if quali-
               5:27; 6:3,10                 land improvement pack-                                                       $125. Wills $49. Criminal      fied. SCHEV certified. Call     ATTENTION DRIVERS:
                                            ages!!! Your land or family                                                  Expungements $49. Power        800-481-9409 www.Cen-           Earn $.40 per loaded mile
House on Daniels Creek.
3-BR, 2-BA, 2,600 sq. ft.
                                            land. CALL TODAY TO                           Employment                     of Attorney $39. Call 1-888-                  plus Tarp and other fees.
                                            APPLY!!! 866-597-2083                                                        789-0198- 24/7                                                 Class-A CDL Required.
with oak flooring. 2-car
garage, 1-acre level lot.                               6:10,17,24: 7:1                    Wanted                                                       ATTEND COLLEGE ON-              Local and Regional flat-
                                                                                                                         HELP WANTED                    LINE from Home. *Medi-          bed to choose from. WVT
$265,000. Call 606-874-                                                                           ROCAPS
5126.                                               For Rent                             HANDYMAN SERVICE
                                                                                                                         Sullivan College of Tech-
                                                                                                                         nology & Design, seeks a
                                                                                                                                                        cal, *Business, *Paralegal,
                                                                                                                                                        *Accounting,     *Criminal
                                                                                                                                                                                        877-SCHILLI. www.wv-
           5:27; 6:3,10,17                                                              Home repairs, maintenance
                                            Office space for rent in city               inside and out. Roofing,
Ruby tanning bed $800. Ol-
                                            limits. 3,500 sq. ft. Great                 flooring, painting, carpentry,
hausen pool table $3,000.                                                               etc. We do just about any-
                                            visibility. Contact Leslie
New full-size box springs                                                               thing else you need done. We
$100. Call 432-5230 days                    at 606-437-4100 to view
                                            space.                                      love dirty jobs. Fast service,
or 432-0060 nights.                                                                     excellent references! Call
                       6:3,10                                                           anytime 606-237-5893 or
Town home for sale or                       4 to 5 BR, 2-1/2 BA house,                  606-625-0289 cell.
lease. 3-BR, 3-1/2 BA, laun-                walking distance to medi-
dry. Sale $250,000. Lease                   cal center, 126 Park St. Up-                    BOB’S HOME
$1,800/mo., includes utili-                 stairs can be separate apart-                  IMPROVEMENT
ties. Must have 2 credible                  ment. $1,200 per mo. plus
references and 1 mo. secu-                  deposit. 813-786-5666 or
rity deposit req. 164 College               e-mail
St., near Expo Center, col-                              6:10,17,24; 7:1
lege and hospital. Serious in-                                                           Replacement windows, vi-
quiries only. Call 432-5230                 Place your ad in the Medi-
                                                                                         nyl siding, metal or shingle
days or 432-0060 evenings.                  cal Leader. Call List Payn-
                                                                                         roofs. FREE Estimates!
                        6:3,10              ter 218-4509.                                Call 606-984-6016 or 606-

               Fully furnished
              & ready to move in
     4-BR, 3-BA, one level brick.
        Total 3,400 square feet.
 Granite countertops and wood floors.
     Attached 120-foot x 50-foot
          gym/5-car garage.
  In-ground pool, barn and 18 acres.
          Pics available see

      Call 606-478-4545
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                       Center on Drug and Alcohol Research

             Targeted Assessment Specialist
                          Pike County -SM535814
   Skilled professional needed to provide assessment, pre-treatment,
   referral, and follow-up services. Position is part of the University
   of Kentucky but located at the Community Based Services office
   in Pike County. Requires knowledge and skills in at least three of
   the following: mental health, substance abuse, intimate partner
   violence, learning problems, and women’s issues. Minimum qual-
   ifications are Master’s degree and at least three years related
   work experience required or equivalent in a human service field.
   Salary range is $37,936-$60,697per year. Funded by the
   Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services.
      See for yourself what makes UK one great place to work!
    To apply for Job # SM535814, a UK employment application
             must be submitted at
      If you have any questions, contact HR/Employment, phone
       (859)257-9555, press 2, or email
                Application deadline is June 12, 2011.

                               see blue.
           The University of Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer and
                encourages applications from minorities and women.
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                                                                                                               EVENTS / FROM 2B
                                                                                                               baby bottle drive until      Jenkins (June 18-Sept.
                                                                                                               Father’s Day. Bottles        3). 606-832-1453 or lit-
                                                                                                               may be picked up at
                                                                                                               the center, Tuesday
                                                                                                               through Friday, 10 a.m.        Artists Collabora-
                                                                                                               to 4 p.m. or call 606-       tive Theatre, Inc.:
                                                                                                               433-0700.                    performances: 7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                            on Thursday, Friday,
                                                                                                                  Jenny Wiley State         Saturday and 3 p.m.
                                                                                                               Resort Park to host          on Sunday in Elkhorn
                                                                                                               day canoe trip on            City. 606-754-4228 or
                                                                                                               John’s Creek in Floyd
                                                                                                               County on June 2, 16;
                                                                                                               July 7, 14, 28; Aug. 4,         Free GED testing un-
                                                                                                               11; and overnight canoe      til June in all Kentucky
                                                                                                               trips on August 27-28;       counties. 606-633-9617
                                                                                                               September 10-11. 800-        in Letcher County,
                                                                                                                                            606-886-7334 in Floyd
                                                                                                                 East Kentucky Au-          County, 606-433-9245
                                                                                                               tism Awareness Sup-          in Pike County
                                                                                                               port Group meets
                                                                                                               second Monday at 6             “Master        Pieces”
                                                                                                               p.m. at Calvary Calls        wanted for Gallery 229
                                                                                                               Church in Lancer. east-      in Whitesburg. Artists
                                                                                                               kyautismawareness@           may submit up to five
                                                                                  Medical Leader│KYLE LOVERN                    pieces of work in any
                                                                                                                                            genre to sell at the gal-
COLLEGE BOUND: Pikeville High School catcher Tyler Ratliff will play baseball at the University of Pikev-
                                                                                                            Cut-Thru     Adven-             lery, which requests a
ille. He is pictured sitting, along with his parents Pam and Jeff. Standing in the back are PHS and UPike
                                                                                                          tures: Kayaks, canoes,            20 percent commission.
officials and coaches, including Bears head coach Robert Taylor.
                                                                                                           tubes on the river every         chrisday@chrisdayart.

Ratliff signs with UPike
                                                                                                           Friday, Saturday and             com,
                                                                                                           Sunday, weather per-             or 606-634-4981
                                                                                                           mitting; sports equip-
                                                                                                           ment, bike rentals, Bob            Donations     needed
By KYLE LOVERN              semifinals. The cer-       with a .336 batting av-    time on the mound for Amos Park, Pikeville.               for Hillbilly Christmas
Staff Writer                emony was held at the      erage with two home        the Panthers, making 606-444-5131 or cut-                 in July’s special needs
                            old Pikeville College      runs and 24 runs batted    five appearances and                   playground.      hillbil-
  PIKEVILLE — Tyler         gymnasium        Alumni    in. The leadoff batter     posting a 1-1 record                            ,
                                                       had scored 49 runs and     with two saves. He         Planetarium           and      606-205-5134,       606-
Ratliff, the man behind     Room with his PHS
                                                                                                           Laser Shows: Tuesday             226-0726
the plate for Pikeville     teammates and coaches      stolen 17 bases.           fanned 12 batters in through Saturdays from
High School’s out-          present for the signing.     Ratliff had six dou-     nine innings.            2 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.,
standing baseball team        “I’m happy to be         bles and four triples,        Pikeville    recently East Kentucky Science              Smoking cessation
that won the 15th Re-       playing in my back-        posted a .500 slugging     won the 59th District Center in Prestonsburg.             classes offered at 10:30
gional championship         yard,” said Ratliff.       percentage and an on-      title beating Shelby b i g s a n d y. k c t c . e d u /   a.m. every Monday
in 2010, signed to play       A catcher, like his      base percentage of         Valley in the final. The EKSC 606-889-8260                at Saint Joseph Mar-
baseball with the Uni-      uncle, who was a stand-    .432.                      2010 squad made it to                                     tin Hospital. Funded
versity of Pikeville.       out catcher at Pikeville     Even more impres-        the Final Four.            StoneCrest RC Fly-             through      Floyd/Pike
  He will be coached        College where he was       sive has been the .385        Ratliff signed on ers:        radio-controlled         Agency for Substance
by his uncle, Robert        a three-time all-con-      batting average with       June 2, the day of the airplane and helicopter            Abuse Prevention; fees
Taylor.                     ference selection – has    runners in scoring po-     regional championship events every Sunday                 for nicotine patches,
  The 2010 squad            had a fine season.         sition.                    game.                    afternoon, weather per-          gum are reimbursed if
played in the state           He ended the season        Ratliff has also spent                            mitting, at Stonecrest           client completes the
                                                                                                           in Prestonsburg. stone-          course. 606-285-6692
                                                                                                  or 606-
                                                                                                           297-0839                           Wish        Granters
                                                                                                                                            wanted for the Make-
Southern gets donation from Cotiga                                                                               Free live music at the
                                                                                                               Delbarton Opry House:
                                                                                                               6 p.m. every Saturday
                                                                                                                                            a-Wish Foundation of
                                                                                                                                            Ohio, Kentucky and In-
                                                                                                                                            diana., or 502-
By KYLE LOVERN                                                                    ships in honor of fam-
                                                                                                               in Delbarton, W.Va.          327-0705
Staff Writer                                                                      ily members which
                                                                                  includes the Edward            Front Porch Pick-
  WILLIAMSON,                                                                     Randolph Wood Schol-                                        Attention garden-
                                                                                                               in’: every Thursday at       ers: Whitesburg Farm-
W.Va. — A gener-                                                                  arship, The Stuart           7 p.m. at Country Mu-
ous donation was re-                                                              Wood Scholarship and                                      ers Market Associa-
                                                                                                               sic Highway Museum           tion seeks new produce
cently presented to the                                                           The Richard D. Wood,         in Paintsville (606-
Southern West Virginia                                                            II Scholarship.                                           vendors for markets on
                                                                                                               297-1469) and every          Satursday from May to
Community      College                                                              In 2005, Cotiga es-        Friday at 7 p.m. (June
Foundation by repre-                                                                                                                        Oct. Clary Estes at 606-
                                                                                  tablished a scholarship      10 to Sept. 2) at Moun-
sentatives of Cotiga                                                                                                                        634-8669 or team@ky-
                                                                                  to honor the memory of       tain Arts Center in Pre-
Development      Com-                                                             a long-time employee,        stonsburg     (606-886-
pany.                                                                             John V. Ramey, who           2623 or
  The check presenta-                                                                                                                         Adult      Education
                                                                                  resided in Williamson.                                    program      orientation
tion was made during                                                                For an application           The KY/WV Gospel
the Cotiga Fellowship                                                                                          Singers perform at 6         second Friday of each
                                                Medical Leader│SUBMITTED PHOTO    or a complete list of                                     month at Prestonsburg
Luncheon held at the        HONORED: Pictured are, left to right, Southern’s      scholarships     avail-      p.m. on the first Satur-
                                                                                                                                            campus of Big Sandy
Williamson Campus on        Vice President for Economic, Workforce and            able at Southern, visit      day at South Side Mall
May 20.                                                                                                        in South Williamson.         Community and Tech-
                            Community Development Allyn Sue Barker;                                          nical College. 606-886-
  The $21,000 dona-         Williamson Campus Director of Operations Rita                                      606-237-1200 or south-
                                                                                  arships.                           7397
tion will be used to        Roberson; Vice President for Development at             Cotiga is a land and
support student schol-      Southern Ronald E. Lemon; President of Cotiga         mineral resource com-
arships.                                                                                                         Community Square             Fish fry, 5 p.m. to 8
                            Development Richard Snowden; Cotiga’s Man-            pany.                                                     p.m., first Friday of ev-
  “Cotiga has been a        ager of Resources Edward Curry and Program                                         Dance on the second
long-time supporter of                                                              COTIGA stands for          Saturday at Carcasonne       ery month at Mountain
                            Specialist Tammy Mays.                                coal (CO), timber (TI),                                   Shrine Club, 95 Mary-
scholarships at South-                                                                                         Community       Center.
ern. We appreciate          portunities to Mingo       Vice President for De-     and gas (GA).                606-633-2092                 land Drive, Whites-
their long-term com-        County students. We        velopment Ronald E.          The Cotiga Schol-                                       burg. All proceeds ben-
mitment and service         are very blessed to        Lemon said.                arship also funds the          Star City Cruiz In         efit club. 606-469-0113
                                                         The Cotiga Develop-      Appalachian Leader-          from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
to the Tug Valley area.     have them as a com-                                                                on the first Saturday
This gift will provide      munity and education       ment, LLC established      ship Academy Fellows                                         Seniors wanted for
                                                       the following scholar-     scholarships.                in downtown Prestons-        the Kentucky River
many educational op-        partner,”   Southern’s                                                             burg. 606-886-1010 or        Area Development Dis-
UP / FROM 1B                                           HOG / FROM 1B
                                                                                                                                            trict’s Senior Job Train-
                                                                                                                                            ing Program. Nonprofit
more time in school         percent.                   Christmas in July vol-     Randy Jones Memorial           Muscle on Main on          organizations also sou-
                                                       unteers are planning       Ride to Shriner’s Hos-       the second Saturday,         ght as host agencies for
have more of an oppor-        Other high attendance                                                            May through October,
tunity to learn, Dotson     schools were: Belfry       this year as they work     pital in Lexington.                                       the program. 606-436-
                                                                                                               in Pikeville (car show       3158
said. You cannot edu-       High School-96.4 per-      to raise funds for the       In 2010, Hillbilly         at 3 p.m., burnout at 7
cate a child if he or she   cent; Bevins Elemen-       hospital and for an all-   Christmas in July do-        p.m.). muscleonmain.
is absent, he said.         tary-96.02      percent;   accessible playground      nated $45,000 and                                           Foster parents want-
                                                                                                               com or 606-424-6203          ed. 606-886-0163 or
   Eight schools fin-       Johns Creek-95.46 per-     for    children    with    8,500 toys to the hos-
ished the year with 95      cent; Feds Creek-95.02     physical and intellec-     pital, which provides                                     benchmarkfamilyser-
                                                                                                                 Bike Night Second
percent or better atten-    percent and Virgie         tual challenges at Bob     free specialized care to     Saturday, 6 p.m. to 11
dance.                      School-95.00.              Amos Park in Pikeville.    children.                    p.m. from May through
   Leading the county in      Dotson sent out a          On July 16, volun-         For more informa-          December at Hobo’s             Transit bus servic-
attendance was Phelps       special ‘thank you’ to     teers are hosting the      tion, visit hillbilly-       Diner in Whitesburg          es available to Pike,
Elementary, which re-       those schools with the     annual Kids Day in the or       (call for Sept. date).       Floyd, Martin, John-
corded a 97.92 percent      especially high atten-     Park in the Pikeville      call 606-432-5812 or         606-633-5321                 son, Magoffin coun-
attendance rate.            dance rate.                City Park, followed on     606-226-0726.                                             ties. Reserve one day in
   Two other schools          The schools will be      July 17 by the annual                                     Free movie in the          advance. Weekdays, 9
were in the 97 percen-      honored at an upcom-                                                               campground        every      a.m. to 3 p.m. 800-444-
tile: Belfry Middle with
97.84 percent and Mil-
                            ing meeting of the Pike
                            County Board of Edu-
                                                                 Got a news tip?                               Wednesday and Friday
                                                                                                               at Breaks Interstate
                                                                                                               Park.    276-865-4413          Foster families need-
lard School with 97         cation.                         Call MARY MEADOWS                                  ext. 260 or breakspark.      ed for Mountain Com-
                                                                                                               com                          prehensive Care Center
        Report your games                                         606-218-4952                                                              “The G.I.F.T. (Giving
                                                                                                                 Little Shepherd of         Individuals      Family
      Call TEDDY PAYNTER                                        KYLE LOVERN                                    Kingdom Come Out-            Ties) Initiative.” 606-
                                                                                                               door Drama; every            886-4337 or tobrien-
            606-218-4932                                          606-218-4609                                 Saturday at 8 p.m. in
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