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Today's Features

  • Grills are great for cooking hamburgers and steaks. Unfortunately, many people stop there.
    An entire gourmet meal can be prepared on a grill, or using other outdoor cooking equipment, including any assortment of meat or vegetables, and even desserts.
    If you are interested in becoming the next grillmeister of your community, with the reputation of being a great outdoor chef, we’ve got a series of programs designed for you.

  • The 22nd Smith family reunion was held June 26 at the home of Naomi Shiver.
    There were 94 present for the occasion.
    It was a great day after the morning showers.

  • Sarah Jeanne Ayres and Stanley Allen Patton, along with their family and friends, are pleased to announce their marriage on Saturday, Aug. 6, 2011, at the residence of Don and Sue Ayres on Hwy. 22 East. The ceremony will begin at 7:30 in the evening, and a reception will follow.
    Invitations will be sent to out-of-town guests only.

  • GlyptusAnn Grider and Mark Lincoln Jones were married June 11 at First Baptist Church of Owenton. Bro. James Craigmyle performed the double-ring ceremony.
    The bride is the daughter of James and PruAndera Grider of Long Ridge. The groom is the son of Dr. Roger and Marian Jones of Owensboro.
    Presented in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her sister, Gabrielle Grider of Owenton, as maid of honor.

  • Jeff and Pam Michels of Poplar Grove, and Junior and Brenda Davis and Lynn Davis of Wallins, would like to announce the engagement of their children: Owen Robert Michels, a 2001 graduate of Owen County High School, and Terri Michelle Adkins, a 1990 graduate of Cawood High School. The wedding will take place Aug. 20, 2011, in Wallins in Harlan County.

  • Music from brass pipes echoed throughout the prop room as the air-powered calliope performed a finale for the Cincinnati Museum Center. It then slowly made its way past security to the loading dock.

  • A grungy bathroom is not only unpleasant to look at, it’s also a breeding ground for germs, mold and mildew. Here are 12 tips to help keep the bathroom clean and sparkling on a daily basis. For a family with members with asthma, many of these best practices will help keep mold and mildew — which can trigger an asthma or allergy attack —under control.
    1. Use the bathroom fan: It can help remove the moisture that causes mold and mildew. Vacuum the vents regularly to remove any dust that might inhibit the fan’s effectiveness.

  • We would like to announce the upcoming wedding of Amy Kelly and Gary Herring. She is the daughter of Robert and Belinda Kelly. He is the son of Alfa Bowling and Marshall Bowling. They will be united at noon July 16, 2011, at Owenton Church of Christ. All friends and family are invited.