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Today's Features

  • Darla Baker, postmaster of Owenton, and Roger Liford of London were married on New Year’s Eve in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.  Liford works for Messer Construction in Lexington and is the pastor of Free Spirit Baptist Church in Barbourville.  Their children are Whitney Baker Stratton of Oneida Ky., Bryan Baker, who is currently serving in the Marines in Okinawa Japan, Brandi Liford Crank of Jackson and Jaymee Liford of London.

  • Rusty and Christy Keith of Owenton and Jerry and Regina Cook of Wheatley would like to announce the upcoming wedding of their eldest children, Amanda Keith and Clayton Cook.
    Amanda is the granddaughter of Alvin and Barbara Keith of Owenton and Janet Bourne and the late John Russell Bourne, formerly of Owenton.
    Clayton is the grandson of Don and Florence Cook of Greenup and Marjorie Duvall and the late W.R. “Dickie” Duvall of Wheatley.

  • “The battle is over, and although we did not succeed in pushing the enemy out of their strong position, I am sure they have not any thing to boast about.”

    With these words, Private Louis Leon, CSA, described the aftermath of the Battle of Gettysburg. 
    Over three hot summer days, July 1 to July 3, 1863, around the small market town of Gettysburg, Penn., the battle raged between the Union and Confederate Armies.

  • “The battle is over, and although we did not succeed in pushing the enemy out of their strong position, I am sure they have not any thing to boast about.”

    With these words, Private Louis Leon, CSA, described the aftermath of the Battle of Gettysburg. 
    Over three hot summer days, July 1 to July 3, 1863, around the small market town of Gettysburg, Penn., the battle raged between the Union and Confederate Armies.

  • Beech Grove Baptist
    Glory to God in the highest Heaven and peace on Earth. Bro Steve delivered God’s word from Luke 1:26-45 titled “Discoveries From Christmas.” It is wonderful to know that God grants, gives, provides, works and desires each of us to be his children. Is it not wonderful to have God in our lives this Christmas season ?

  • Rusty and Christy Keith of Owenton and Jerry and Regina Cook of Wheatley would like to announce the upcoming wedding of their eldest children, Amanda Keith and Clayton Cook.
    Amanda is the granddaughter of Alvin and Barbara Keith of Owenton and Janet Bourne and the late John Russell Bourne, formerly of Owenton.
    Clayton is the grandson of Don and Florence Cook of Greenup and Margie Duvall and the late Dickie Duvall of Owenton.

  • John and I went to Dan’s funeral last Monday.
    I learned that the man driving the pickup that ran into him was Larry Conway and that he was a member of the Monterey community. He was the son of Ruth Hazlett and half brother of Albert who lives next door to our church.
    Our hearts go out to the Hazlett family and Mr. Conway’s brother who lives in Frankfort. We are very sorry for your loss.

  • During the War of 1812, 63-year-old Kentucky Governor Isaac Shelby personally led the Kentucky militia into battle against the British and their Indian allies.
    Early in the war, Kentuckians  had suffered a great defeat and massacre at the hands of the British and Indians on the banks of the Raisin River.

  • After five and a half years of waiting, Robby and Kristi Adkins of Jonesville happily announce the adoption of their 17-month old daughter, Mercy Mei Janey Adkins. Her sister Autumn eagerly anticipated Christmas morning with her new sibling. The entire family is thankful to all friends and family who’ve prayed for them during this lengthy process.

  • I had a very good Christmas. The week preceding was kind of hectic but that’s to be expected. I had gone to Frankfort Tuesday to do the shopping and get gas, so I would have the rest of the week to stay at home and do the last-minute wrapping, make candy and clean.
    It wasn’t to be.
    June Stokley called Tuesday night to ask if I could play dominos on Wednesday. Now I should have said no but one must have their priorities straight. So I went to Garden Point to play dominos on Wednesday.