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Today's Features

  • He was near six feet tall with broad shoulders and a sandy complexion. There is no doubt that commanding a keelboat on the Kentucky toughened his body and expanded his horizons; and although at times his profanity shocked the naive, no one doubted the skill and sincerity of Owen County riverman and wharfmaster Dennis Byrnes.      

  • The weather is changing but very slowly. The theme for this column is bush hogging, cutting wood and policing up the area for cold weather.
    John has cut a large load of wood and stacked it under my porch at the back, so I am ready if it ever turns cold. I have been digging out and spreading small piles of dirt that Adam dug out of the creek when he cleaned it this summer, so if it ever rains again, it will be ready to seed.

  • by Roger Alford

  • Every few years I go home.
    Although home for me for the past 25 years has been here in Florida, “home” home is Southern California. My DNA is a combination Valley Girl and the OC.
    Last week I went home to attend my only, and therefore by default, favorite sister’s 40th wedding anniversary party.
    I missed her wedding 40 years ago when I was living in Maine and very, very pregnant with my daughter Alison, who also flew out to California from her home in Maryland, along with my favorite only granddaughter, Caroline.

  • Monterey Baptist Church News
    Our fall festival was a big success Friday night with 10 Trunk-or-Treat stations and over 100 children and adults joining us for the fellowship. Thanks to everyone who donated and volunteered to make the night a success.
    October is Pastor Appreciation Month and our church family presented Pastor Jeremy with a new couch for his office on Sunday morning as a token of our appreciation for all he does for our church and church family.

  • Oct. 19, 2011
    5 years ago
    Rebels capture district crown: Owen County stays perfect with emotional homecoming win

    Homecoming is about crowns. Before the game, Whitney Boothe was crowned homecoming queen.
    When the clock ran out on the contest, the Rebels were crowned district champs.
    Owen County improved to 8-0 Friday night with a convincing 33-6 win over Carroll County High School.

  • Personal Medicare Review or Enrollment

  • By: Steve Musen

  • By: Jeneen Wiche

  • Oct. 12, 2016

    Cattle Receipts: 580
    Oct. 5: 390
    Last year: 487

    Compared to last week: Feeder steers and bulls sold evenly steady, heifers mostly steady. High quality weaned calves under 500 lbs. sold $3-$5 higher throughout the sale. Slaughter cows $1-$3 lower and bulls $1-$2 lower.

    Feeders: 481
    Slaughter: 60
    Replacements: 39

    The feeder supply included 21 percent steers, 33 percent heifers, and 32 percent bulls. Near 33 percent of the run weighed over 600 lbs.