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y Hoover of the Dam Planning com- Manage- Managing Development Flood In- course in October training op- officials re- their management Insurance of flood- maps and administra- management tion, and the relationship be- tween floodplain management and flood insurance. Through the programs offered by the United States Fire Administration's National Fire Academy and the Emergency Management Institute, the Fed- eral Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) promotes the professional development of our Nation's emergency pro- - fessionals. FEMA's training goals are to enhance the capa- bility at the community level, and to better prepare for emer- gencies by improving technical competence and public policy perspective of key emergency managers and staff. TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2002, PAGE 11-B Our Help Wanted Listings Have Hundreds Of Opportunities For You... Full-Time Pan- me Permanent * Temporary The Ohio Co. Times-News 314 Main St. Hartford, KY The Beaver Dam sixth grade gifted/talented students, in the area of leadership, presented a Power Point Presentation at the Novem- ber PTO meeting. The Power Point Presentation was about the school's new addition that is approaching completion. The presenta- tion had pictures of the project from the beginning of construction to the present. The program was well-received by the parents and teachers, with the students doing an excellent job. This project was part of the sixth-grade Service Plan, and was under the direction of sixth-grade teachers, Kristi Hall, Becky Tichenor, Beth Wilson and gifted/talented teacher, Jim McKee. Row one, left to right: Brett Renfrow, Magan Baize, Joanna Jurgens, Kara Phelps, Kaley Griffin, Jeana Harper, Kenton Pieper. Row two, left to right: Ethan Jones, Chase Ward, Jordan Woolen, Sam McKown, Alex Stivers, Jake Bevil. your health care needs" j/ ~J / Certified in Family Medicine C-Main St. Hartford, KY. THE MISERY!!. Get your news and advertising in by 12 Noon on Tuesday! That is our absolute deadline! The sights, sounds and scents of life in'the country are a feast for the senses such as at the farm house of Coy Ray St. Clair, DVM and family on KY 69E with horses grazing in the white-fenced large pastures that stretches to the highway. O Since opening his OB/GYN practice in Grayson County in Sept. 1992, Dr. Gary Yochim has helped mothers bring more than 2,000 babies into the world! For more information about the obstetrical services available at Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center, call Dr. Yochim's office at Obstetrician/Gyn ecologist, Dr. Gary E. Yochim, and his 2000th delivery at Twin Lakes Regional, 6 lb., 11.5 oz. Dylan Clay Martinglt; born at 6:15 a.m. on Nov. 1, 2002. KELLEY MEDICAL CENTER SUITE 203 908 WALLACE AVE., LEITCHFIELD, KY