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Today's Features

  • Harry Worsham announced he had the “best barber shop in town,” and he invited folks to give it a try; and G.E. Goode, located in Doty Brothers new garage, guaranteed his vulcanizing to “outwear the balance of tires.”
    Harry and G.E. placed these ads in the July 3, 1919 issue of the News-Herald.
    In this same paper, the entire right half of the front page was devoted to ads, a common practice in the early days of newspaper publication.

  • As I sit now to write, it is Aug. 5 and it’s 52 degrees on the thermometer at my kitchen window. The man on the TV said it might get up to 82 degrees this afternoon. This has been one of the coolest summers I have seen in my tenure on this planet, with the exception of one week at the end of June.
    My grass is still very green and still growing.

  • It meanders through the heartland of Kentucky and its history claims heroes such as Daniel Boone, George Rogers Clark, Isaac Shelby, John Harrod and Benjamin Logan. However, most of the time it murmurs stories of the common folk who settled along its banks and who, despite ravaging floods, were inescapably drawn back to the Kentucky’s ancient song.

  • Mason Bradford Lilly was born at 10:27 a.m. May 28, 2013, at the Frankfort Regional Medical Center. He is the son of Brad and Lorrie Lilly. He weighed 6 pounds 15 and a quarter ounces. He is welcomed to the world by his maternal grandparents, Sheila Miller and Mike and Lisa Mason of Owenton; his paternal grandparents, Harold and Angie Gaines and Jeff Lilly of Owenton. He is the great-grandson of Ralph and Loretta Mason; Danny Miller and Patricia Spicer; and Russell and Bonnie Woodyard and the late Charles and Joyce Lilly.

  • Jared Humbert and Stanley Gail Perkins-Humbert would like to announce the birth of their daughter. Connelly Layne Humbert was born at 5:07 p.m. on June 21, 2013, at Central Baptist in Lexington. She weighed 7 pounds 10 ounces and was 20 and a half inches long. Her maternal grandparents are Clyde Dougherty and Linda Perkins Dougherty of Williamstown. Her paternal grandparents are John and Donna Humbert of Crittenden. Her maternal great-grandparents are Duard and Mary Bramlett of Owenton.

     

  • Miles Matthew McNally arrived April 15, 2013. Lucas and Lyndsi McNally welcomed baby Miles along with his big brother Maximus.

  • It is a landmark in Owen County. Local history permeates every inch of its surface. For over 160 years, it has gazed upon Seminary Street and collected family stories of those who stopped by to visit. Age does not detract from its character but rather defines it; and it represents more than a century of Owen County cherished traditions.

  • It is a landmark in Owen County. Local history permeates every inch of its surface. For over 160 years, it has gazed upon Seminary Street and collected family stories of those who stopped by to visit. Age does not detract from its character but rather defines it; and it represents more than a century of Owen County cherished traditions.

  • Robbin and Michael Walker would like to announce the birth of their second daughter, Makenna Raegan Walker, born July 4, 2013, at Frankfort Regional Medical Center. Makenna weighed 7 lbs. and 2 ounces and was 19 3/4 inches long.  Makenna is the granddaughter of Gary and Amanda Gaines of Owenton, Jeff Walker of Carrollton and Marcie and Jason Weiss of Bedford. She was welcomed home by her big sister Rylee, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousin.