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Today's Features

  • The letter was tucked inside an old book in the historical society collections, and the book, titled “The Charm of Fine Manners,” illustrates the high regard placed upon proper etiquette in the 1900s.
    The letter, which was penned almost 100 years ago, was dated December 24, 1922, and was signed “Grandmother.”
    “Grandmother” was an Owen counitan who wrote this lovely note to her granddaughter, Helen; and its contents illustrates the significant impact of grandparents upon the lives of their grandchildren.

  • Derby Day and graduation was the big news this past weekend. UK had their graduation ceremonies.

  • The families of Andrea Layne Wash and Jared Wayne Fitzgerald would like to extend an invitation to share in their children’s joy and celebration of marriage. The couple will be married at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, at First Baptist Church in Owenton. The reception will be hosted in the family life center immediately following the ceremony. All friends and family are welcome.
    Formal invitations are being sent to out of town guests only.
     

  • Richland Baptist Church
    Our youth are collecting new or gently used shoes for a camp fundraiser/mission project.
    The shoes they collect will be distributed to those in need all over the world. We can accept any type, style or size. Our youth have a huge goal they would like to meet. If you would like to help, please send an email to rbc.youth227@yahoo.com to arrange pick-up.

  • They were passed down through families, and their content ran from exhilarating to tragic, from rousingly humorous to almost unbelievable.
    They were the stories of life on the fire-belching mammoths that ruled the Kentucky River for over 100 years, and they have entertained Kentuckians for generations.

  • Rain, rain, rain — that’s about it for the news from the Branch this week. I did manage to get all of the yard mowed before the deluge started. The bad storm Thursday night scared Dobbs to death. I could have slept through it, but she kept digging her way further and further under the covers and kept me awake till it subsided about 4 a.m. I thought we must have had 3 inches of rain, but Fay assured me that it was only a little over an inch and a half. She has been trying to get her flowers planted between showers.

  • by Roger Alford

  • On April the 27 the Owen County Prayer Coalition, Pray Owen County, met at the home of Letha Lowe. This was the second such meeting she has held since accepting the KPC position as the county coordinator. The seed for the formation of the Kentucky Prayer Coalition was planted in 2014 and grew to fruition through ongoing intercessory prayer by many who have a passion for covering our state and it’s leaders in prayer. In 2016 Aprile and Howard Hunt became the official leaders and coordinators of the KPC effort across Kentucky.

  • Old Cedar Baptist
    We had a great day Sunday at Old Cedar. David Stahl was our guest and he shared in music and testimony with us and blessed all who came.
    He is so talented and gifted as a singer and musician and we hope to have him back soon.
    Cecilia Webber sang a beautiful song entitled, “Even If.” It was spot on for what we have been going through as a church.

  • I have had to get out the winter clothes and put them back up this weekend. The weather has turned on us again. Spring in February and winter in April; I should have known not to change out my closets before June.