Special Honors

  • Special birthday: Beulah Cull
  • Perkins gets doctorate

    In ceremonies conducted June 8 at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Elizabeth Perkins was awarded the doctor of pharmacy degree from the Sullivan University College of Pharmacy. Perkins is the 27-year-old daughter of Daryl (Frog) and Ann Perkins and the granddaughter of both Carolyn Montague and Wilma Perkins all of Owen County. She resides in Louisville and is currently associated with the Walgreens company.

  • Special honor: Edward A. Webster

    Edward A. Webster of Owenton has been commissioned at Kentucky Colonel by Gov. Steve Beshear on March 5, 2013. It is the highest award given by the commonwealth of Kentucky. Kentucky colonelships are commissioned for an individual’s contribution to his community, state, or nation and for special achievements. Edward is the son of Roy and Brenda Webster of Owenton; the grandson of Catherine and the late Walter Webster of Owenton and the late Robert and Mildred Furnish of Ghent.

  • Maurice Bowling Middle School honor roll

    All A eighth-grade honor roll
     Skye DeCandia, Kaitlyn Gabbard, Molly Gamble, Audrey Hager, Autumn Hunter, Christine Kingan, Autumn Maddox, Baileigh McGuire, Braden New, Jordan Prather, Rebecca Rollins, Josh Spaulding, Ashley Willis, Morgan Woodyard and Destiny Young.

    A/B eighth-grade honor roll

  • OCHS honor roll

    12th Grade Super Honor Roll: Ashley Byers, Cayla Curtis, Mariah Derringer, Madison Gamble, Mitchell Griffin, Adam Hazlett, Tiffany Ohmer, Justin Shelton, Julie Spaulding, Katie Veech, Courtney Waldrop and Thomas Wright.

  • Outstanding attendance
  • Campbellsville University presents awards

    Campbellsville University’s annual Honors and Awards Day presented students, faculty and staff awards recognizing them for their academics and service to the university and community.
    Dr. Michael V. Carter, president of the university, called the ceremony a “very special celebration” and said, “We celebrate with those recognized.”
    “This is a high day in the life of a university,” he said.

  • Academic achievements

    Transylvania University
    Owen County High School graduate and Transylvania University first-year student Gray Grisham has been named to the dean’s list for the 2011 fall term.
    To be named to the dean’s list, a student must achieve at least a 3.5 grade point average during the term.
    Grisham is the son of Glenn and Shawn Grisham of Owenton.

    Morehead University

  • Marston completes boot camp

    PFC Ryan G. Marston of Owenton graduated from United States Marine Corps boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island Nov. 23.

  • Academic achievements: Ann Smith Ralson

    Ann C. Smith Ralston graduated May 8, 2011, from Northern Kentucky University with a bachelor of arts degree in organizational leadership with a 3.5 grade point average. She is currently employed by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services in Bedford. She is a 1990 graduate of Owen County High School and a 1992 graduate of Midway with an associate’s degree in paralegal studies.