Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
presiding July 27, 2015
Estate of Sean Quincy Bennett, probate hearing; order entered.
Estate of James T. Brooks, probate hearing; order entered.
Estate of Leon C. Curtis, probate hearing; order entered.
Estate of Marcus L. Gross, arraignment; order entered.
Estate of Effie Mae Lemons, probate hearing; order entered.
Gene D. McKinley vs. Terra Doolin, motion hour; default judgment.
July 16 -- At 3:59 p.m., Michael Taylor, 108 Fairway Drive, reported that a cell phone had been taken by Casey Trapp. He also reported that the phone was at Cynthiana Pawn Shop. Police went to the pawn shop and found that the phone was purchased by Trapp and that Taylor was providing the service for the phone. The case was marked closed, unfounded.
July 17 -- At 10:42 a.m., Vickie Shackleford, 153 Cherokee Drive, reported that she is being harassed by Angela Clem and it has been going on for months.
July 24 -- At 6:17 p.m. a non-injury accident occurred on Poindexter Road five miles north of Cynthiana. William G. White, 64, 132 Mann Road, Mt. Olivet, Ky., was driving east on Poindexter Road. Jorge L. Castillo of Ky. Hwy. 1743 was driving in the opposite direction. White’s vehicle side-swiped Castillo’s vehicle. White had a suspended license and was arrested on a warrant stemming from a previous traffic case.
The Harrison County Ag Development Board reminds everyone who is applying for cost share dollars, to remember the deadline for the applications is Aug. 14. The applications must be turned back in by 4:30 p.m.
The application process began on July 27 and several applications have already been turned in. Remember that cost share funds will amount to $3,000 max in 2015. Stop by the Extension Office and pick-up an application.
The garden is languishing this year but ironically there is one perennial problem that doesn’t seem to be bothering my squash and zucchini: the squash vine borer. The early summer rains stunted my yellow squash; my Romanesco zucchini ‘Gadzukes’ is really the only variety producing and there seem to be no signs of wilt on the horizon!
Want to learn how to build and program a simple robot?
Herb Norbom will teach a robotics club at the MCTC/Licking Valley Campus on Tuesdays in September and October from 3:30-5 p.m.
This course will bring a fun, hands-on learning experience for all participants.
The robots will have two motors that are controlled by an on-board microchip. The class will learn the basics of the microchip and the components used.
1. Bewildered or confounded
6. Cul de ____
9. Rum cake
13. Church bell sounds
15. Give a green light
17. ___ Aviv
18. Cancer sign?
19. *Higher education result
21. *L in LMC
23. “Yakety ____”
24. W.’s advisor
25. Tube in old TV
28. *Classroom pests
30. Catching sight of something
35. “Jack and the Beanstalk” instrument
37. ____ Scotia
39. Ownership document