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f TEM[ES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 22, 2004, PAGE 4-C The following students were Award Winners at the KY SkillsUSA VICA ence held in Louisville April 4-8 e Welding, first place, Josh Daugherty, Ohio County ATC. For placing first in the state, Josh received a check for $200 and will be receiving a free welder. He is also eligible to compete at the National SkilIsUSA ViCA Conference in Kansas City this summer. Industrial Motor Control, Billy Wyatt, Ohio County ATC Southern Elementary School: Jessee Allen, Lucas Smith, Felicia Johnson, Mariaa Willoughby, Lakayah Smith, Jesaica Hall. The Ohio County Conser- vation District and the Courier-Journal sponsored the Jim Claypool Art & Writ- ing Contest for students in Ohio County. The theme for this year's contest is "Ken- tucky Wildlife, Rediscovering its Value." Students in first through fifth grade had a chance to use their artistic talent to express their skills about Kentucky wildlife. Stu- dents in sixth through twelfth grade used their skill to write an essay about redis- covering the value of Kentucky's wildlife. Judging this year was done by Shanna Drake; Di- vision of Conservation field representative, John Render; Beaver Dam Grade School: Tyler Phelps, Michelle Will- chairman, Tommy Jackson; -,tams and Megan Fields. airman, Walter Porex; secretary-treasurer, Darren Luttrell; board member, Garry Igleheart; board mem- ber, Cletus Greer; board member, Brian Milligan; board member, and Dan Por- ter; district conservationist. All the entries were excellent this year making the judging very difficult. Winners from Southern Elementary School were as follows: Jessee Allen; first- place school winner and first- place county winner in Art, Lucas Smith; first- place school winner and first- place county winner in writing. Achievement Award win- ners at Southern Elementary were as follows: Felicia Johnson, Marisa Willoughby, Lakayah Smith, and Jessica Hall. Winners from Horse Branch Elementary School were: Michael Filback; first- place school winner and third-place county winner in writing and Nathan Bunch; first-place school winner and third-place county winner in art. Winners from Beaver Dam Grade School were: Michelle Williams; first-place school winner and second- place county winner in art. Achievement awards in art went to Tyler Phelps and Megan Fields. Winners from Ohio County Middle School were Erika Curtis; first-place school winner and second- place county winner in writ- ing. Achievement awards in writing went to Erica Martin and Tyson Trogden. Ohio County Middle School: Erica Martin, Erika Curtis and Horse Branch Elementary School: Michael Filback and Nathan Bunch. Retirement party set for Paula Nicely There will be a retirement party for Mrs. Paula Nicely Saturday, May 1, 2 - 4 p.m., at Estes Elementary School cafeteria, 1675 Leitchfield Road, Owensboro. The party is in honor of her 34 years of service (1970- 2004) to the students and families of Owensboro Public Schools and for teaching training sessions in Ohio County, as well as many classes at Owensboro Com- munity College. Mrs. Nicely has taught at Estes Elemen- tary School since 1981. Refreshments will be served. Debate, third place, Ohio County ATC, Luke Allen and Jordan Sapp Extemporaneous Spe place, Jeff Jewell, Oh Check out the Times-News all the latest See what's new at Pennydte Ontine! Our new "RevvedsM" acceleration technology has enough power under the hood to load web pages up to 5 times faster than standard dialup. Revved speeds up your dialup Internet experience using your existing phone line and modem - you won't need any new equipment. It's easy to install, runs seamlessly and doesn't alter any of your existing software. * $10.95 per n~th prowl rate applies to the first three months of seato. Aft~ thaL you pay our "" Other tetephone cPmrges may appb/. See wt, b~ge for det~ls. Not avaiiab4e in some areas. Here's more to get your motor going: we offer free email addresses, popup blocking, KidSafeTM content great features. For example... SPAN fitter Eliminates virtually all junk email. Incoming Gait Notification" Stop worrying about missed calls With ICN, you're notified when trying to call. Get "Reeved" about the Internet again with Permyrile Onii d ca# ro# ro sign up1 You cafi succeed with,. Display Lb ti0ds Dates Beka Book Character-Building Textbooks Time-Saving Parent Materials 1~aster Teachers on DVD Complete K-12 Programs Frankfort--April 28 Radcliff--April 29 Madisonville-- May 5 Russellville May 6 Mount Sterling--May 7 rile