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HART COUNTY'S NEWSPAP ~ ~ ~ ~ ~,~:~,~x~ ~ ~:,.,,,,,,~~ 4 '-', :2n-~ ', v ;,=L.. -JC: 4.50 THURSDAY 88/67 FRIDAY 85/61 SATURDAY 84/61 SUNDAY 86/64 MONDAY 85/66 ! Vol. 127 No. 36 SEPTEMBER 5, 2013 LOCALLY owned- iobe publishing newspaper -JPINEWS.COM 2 Sections, 24 PAGES - 50 By ELAINE DIGGES The News-Herald elaine.digges@jpinews.com Under redistricting legislation passed by the Kentucky General Assembly last month, it depends on who you talk to whether or not Representative Michael Meredith continues to represent Hart County. Under the old leg- islative maps, Meredith represents the 19th House District which includes Hart, Edmon- son and Laure Counties. Under the maps approved by the General Assembly and signed into law by the Gover- nor less than two weeks ago, Meredith's 19th district becomes Edmonson and part of War- ren County and Hart moves to the 21 st district. Old 21st district is Warren County repre- sented by Jim DeCesaro. New 21st House District includes Metcalfe, Monroe, south- western Hardin and Hart Counties. Bart Row- land was elected in 2012 to represent the old 53rd district which includes Monroe County. Part of the Old 53rd will become the new 21 st district. Hart will move into new House District But controversy remains over who represents us now New House Districts See CONFUSION ABOUNDS, A3 ilqD im~alded I~ I[: "::':" .- - _1.~ " I for September 19 Special to THE NEWS-HERALD The Barren River Area Development Dis- trict (BRADD) Citizen Corps Council and the Hart County Extension office are co-sponsor- ing a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) training starting September 19, 2013, 5:30 pm at the Hart County Health Department. The health department is located at 500 A. A. See CERT/MRC TRAINING, A3 Civil War Days Quilt and Basket Show is Sept. 14 The Civil War Days Quilt and Basket Show will be Saturday, September 14 at Munford- viIle City Hall. The show features beautiful and unique quilts and baskets. Local and State winners will be on display. The show will showcase a barn quilt display created by the Arts and Humanities class from Munfordville School. If you would like to display your quilt or basket con- tact City Hall at 524-5701. USDA announces funding for Hart emergency vehides Special to THE NEWS-HERALD USDA Rural Development State Director Tom Fern has announced $48,000 in USDA grant funds to assist with the purchase of public safety vehicles for Hart County. The United States Department of Agriculture re- mains focused on carrying out its mission, de- spite a time of significant budget uncertainty. This announcement is one part of the Depart- See USDA FUNDING, A4 By JERRY MATERA Editor, The News-Herald What began as a need for morebusi: ness space has turned into a project which is giving back to the community an historic building that was in danger of being demolished. Dr. Jim Middleton is expanding the physical therapy portion of his clinic and he is doing it by renovating the McCandless House, also known as the Francis Asbury Smith House, 205 Washington Street in Munfordville. A preliminary plan was to build a 2,500 square foot building in the vacant lot left when the old Methodist Church was demolished. But Dr. Middleton had other ideas. "I couldn't imagine looking at a pre- fab building and right next to :it was the McCandless House falling down," Dr. Middleton commented. ,'We need to save our old house,', he added. Sky Marrese, Practice Administrator for the Family Medical Center pointed out in a presentation to the Horse Cave Rotary Club the need for additional physical therapy space. This service is having about 3,500 patient visits per year in a 600 square foot treatment area. The service was double booking ap- pointments and was not able to take all appointments during peak. times. The need was recognized by Marrese and Dr. Middleton. "Our biggest problem is'getting folks moving," Dr. Middleton pointed out. "We need a fitness center and get them back active," he added. So, the revised plan was to restore and use the McCandless House for physical therapy and a fitness center. There is over 5,000 square feet of space, about 3,000 square feet of gym space in the restoration of the McCand- less House, according to Administrator Marrese's presentation. "The McCandless House is super neat. It would be a crime to let some- thing like that go," Dr. Middleton said. The idea is to create a modem physb See McCANDLESS HOUSE, A5 DR. JAMES MIDDLETON, Candless House plans. PHOTO BY JERRY MATER& THE NEWS-HERALD foreground, and Architect Ed Krebbs go over some Mc- PHOTO BY JERRY MATERA, THE NEWS-HERALD A RECENT PICTURE OFTHE FRONT of the McCandless House shows repairs which have been made as well as work that is yet to be done on windows and doorway. More pictures are included on page 7 of this edition of The News-Herald. Saturday, September 28th, 2013 is the annual Hart County Repair Affair Event. This is the day set aside to complete major and minor home re- pairs to qualified residents living in Hart County. See HART REPAIR AFFAIR, A4