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A12 July 11,2013 THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD I HANNAH GERBER exhibited the 4-H Mar- ket Goat Class Champions in Class 1 & 3 at the 2013 Hart County Fair Market Goat Show. WILL CARROLL exhibited the 4-H Market Goat Class Champion in Class 3 at the 2013 Hart County Fair Market Goat Show. BARBECUE CONTEST WINNERS PHOTO BY ELAINE DIGGES, THE NEWS-HERALD PICTURED ARE HART COUN TY FAIR BBQ WINNERS and their representatives. Pictured from left are, front row, repre- sentatives claiming awards for Mike Sloan and Bernard Stinson. Back row, from left are Ken Vier- stra, Jake Vierstra, Barry Locke, Ronnie Denton and contest or- ganizer Charlie Williams. Hart County Fair Bar- becue winners in- clude the following: PORK 1st- Ronnie Denton 2nd - Jake Vierstra 3rd - Mike Sloan BEEF 1 st - Ronnie Denton 2nd - Barry Locke 3rd - Jake Vierstra CHICKEN 1st - Bernard Stinson 2ns - Ken Vierstra 3rd - Daniel Locke BEST OF SHOW Ronnie Denton Free Hunter Education course planned A free Kentucky Hunter Education course is sched- uled for July 15 and 16 from 6 - 9 p.m. and July 20 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Priceville Fire Department. The course is sponsored by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wild Life and includes classroom instruc- tion in hunter ethics, wild- life identification, outdoor survival, first aid, firearms, bow hunting and freestand safety. The last session in- cludes live range firing and a test. Upon successful com- pletion of the course, a course completion card is issued which is valid in any state, province, or territory where such certification is required. Attendance at all sessions is required for certification, unless an al- temative method is utilized for the classroom portion. All students must be at least nine years old to take the written examination and receive a course com- pletion card. Persons born on .or af- ter January 1, 1975, shall carry a valid hunter edu- cation course completion card or a hunter education exemption permit while hunting. Kentucky accepts certification from any state, province or country whose course meets the standards established by the Interna- tional Hunter Education Association. A bow hunter not in possession of a fire- ann may carry a hunter education or a bow hunter education course comple- tion card from any state, province, or country. This certification is in addition to appropriate li- cense and permit require- ments. Children under 12 and persons exempt from purchasing a hunting li- cense are not required to possess the card while hunting. Children under 12 or anyone with an ex- , emption permit shall be ac- companied by an adult of at least 18 years of age while hunting. For additional informa- tion, contact Bobby McK- ee at 270-526-3023. Anyone who took the classroom session by vid- eo, CD-Rom, Workbook or Internet should bring his or her notarized affidavit and come to the range session at 9 a.m. on the 20th. EKU announces- spring 2013 Dean's List Eastern Kentucky Uni- versity has announced that 2,749 students earned Dean's List honors for the Spring 2013 semester. The List includes: Luke Thomas Romance of Cub Run, junior, Hart County High School grad- uate majoring in Wildlife Management at EKU Krista Elvena Druen of Munfordville, sophomore, Hart County High School graduate majoring in Ap- parel Design & Merchand at EKU To achieve Dean's List honors at Eastern, students attempting 14 or more credit hours must earn a 3.5 grade point average out of a possible 4,0. Students attempting 13 credit hours must earn a 3.65 GPA, and students attempting 12 credit hours must earn a 3.75 GPA. "We are always pleased to recognize outstanding academic achievement at , Eastern Kentucky Univer- sity," said EKU President Doug Whitlock: Eastern Kentucky Uni- versity is a comprehensive university serving approxi- mately 15,500 students on its Richmond campus, .at its educational centers in Corbin, Danville, Man- chester, Somerset and Lancaster, and throughout Kentucky. FRIED APPLE PIE WINNERS Hart County Fair Fried Pie winners include the following: ADULT FRIED APPLE 1st - Martha Thompson 2nd - Ashley Thompson 3rd - Kelli Thompson PEACH 1st - Angela Thompson 2nd - Ashley Vincent 3rd -.Katie Heath OTHER 1st - Sheila Burd 2nd - Angela Thompson 3rd - Ashley Vincent THE 4-H FRIED PIE CONTEST winners include, from left, Molly Slaughter, 4th; Katie Heath, 3rd; Rebekah Waddle, 2nd; and Abigal Waddle, 1st. Mama Lou's Resturant sponsored the contest. BLACKBERRY COBBLER WINNERS PHOTO BY ELAINE DIGGES, THE NEWS-HERALD Winners of the 29th annual Blackberry Cobbler contest at the Hart County Fair are from left: 5th place - Tammy Hensley; 4th place - Kelli Thompson; 3rd place - Ashley Vincent; 2nd place and the Lucille Stasel award for most pleasing appearance - Leo- na Waddell; and first place winner of $150 prize - Angela Thompson Hardin Memorial Health offers the latest in minimally invasive surgical techniques--including neurosurgery. That means less pain, less recovery time and le s scarring compared to traditional surgery. Our board certified neurosurgeons, Jay Cole, M.D., Thad Jackson, M.b.i and Heather Ruccio, PA-C, perform an array of procedures, including those involving carpal tunnel syndrome and ulnar neuropathy, general neurosurgery, metastatic disease of the brain, minimally invasive spinal surgery, spinal reconstruction, treatment of vertebral compression fracturesiali right here in your community. 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