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Today's Features

  • Elk Lick Baptist

    Bro. John’s sermon was Psalm 119:2, “Blessed are they that keep his testimonies and seek him with the whole heart.”
    We, as Christians, who have accepted God should be starving for God’s word. Some claim to know God’s word, but their actions show otherwise.
    Special music was performed by Bonnie Woodyard singing “He’ll Roll You Over the Tide;”  and Louise Johnson singing “Life’s Railway to Heaven.”

  • After serving 10 years as Owenton’s mayor, David “Milkweed” Wotier has closed one door of his life, but expects many others to open in the future.
    Wotier began his service with the city of Owenton as a council member 15 years ago. He served two terms as a councilman.
    In 2000, Wotier was appointed to mayorship after former mayor K.F. Ballard Jr. died.
    Wotier said he thinks some have forgotten what he believes to be his biggest accomplishment during his time as mayor.

  • EDITOR NOTE: If you would like to be featured in “On the Road with the News-Herald,” submit a photo of you somewhere outside of Owen County with a copy of the News-Herald to jwhitlock@owentonnewsherald.com

  • Isaac Soliman and Krista Thomas announce the birth of their twin girls, Mia Michelle Soliman and Jazmine Shanelle Soliman.
    The girls were born Nov. 8, 2010, at St. Elizabeth South in Edgewood. Mia weighed 6 pounds, 1 ounce and Jazmine weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces; both were 20 inches long.
    The baby girls were welcomed home by fraternal grandparents Lesia Soliman and Jackie Brock; maternal grandparents Peggy Wainscott, Irvin Falunker and Sally Thomas; uncles Zack and Jeremy Brock and David Thomas; and brother, Ayden Thomas, who was very happy to greet his sisters.

  • I spoke too soon — the paper had just come out last week when the morning news reported that an earthquake had rolled through Florence and was felt as far south at Grant County. I also forgot to mention forest fires and mud slides. Kentucky is known for its diversity in weather phenomenon, but I don’t remember it all coming in one year.

  • ASSEMBLIES OF GOD
    BEECHWOOD ASSEMBLY OF GOD
    Pastor Curt Smith, 10710 Georgetown Rd., 484-3770. Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Sunday Worship, 11 a.m., 6 p.m.; Wednesday, 7 p.m. Call 484-3770 if you need a ride.
    HESLER ASSEMBLY OF GOD

  • Welcome to everyone who came out to worship with us on a beautiful Lord’s day.
    All our love and sympathy to the Lowe family, as the Lord has called Bro. Lowe to his heavenly home. We were so blessed to have known such a good man, who loved the Lord and did great works in his community.

  • After all the snow we had, it was great to see the sunshine Sunday, and our service was great.
    Bro. James spoke about resolutions as you begin a new year. You may be painfully aware that you have failed your Lord in many ways.
    Perhaps you were not faithful, perhaps you disobeyed his word to you. Jesus has a wonderful way of restoring us when we fail him. He takes us aside and asks us to reaffirm our love for him. If you truly love him, your service for him in the New Year will be of the quality he desires.
    At 6 p.m. Sunday, we’ll have Bible study.

  • The New Columbus Community 4-H Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in our church fellowship hall.
    The message Sunday will be citing Matthew 23:8-12 and be titled “Why I Am Not Your ‘Calvinist.’ “
    Pastor Brad Vincent will be explaining how Jesus warns us in Matthew 23 about letting anyone claim to be our follower or claiming to follow someone else. Although many people boast about their favorite author or historical figure, we as Christians, have pledged allegiance to one: Jesus Christ.