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Today's News

  • What to do when your animals are no longer ‘live’ stock

    Dealing with dead animals is a reality for any livestock owner.  There have been laws on the books for years as far as how to dispose of them, but for the most part, they’ve been somewhat impractical and very expensive for the small farmer who had an animal die on their farm.
    Because of this, many farmers have been dragging dead animals to an out-of-the-way place on the farm and letting the buzzards and coyotes dispose of the carcass.

  • 4-H News: 4-H to host growing project and variety show

    4-H Afterschool Flower and Vegetable Project
    On May 5,  Owen County 4-H will be hosting the annual Afterschool Flower and Vegetable Project.
    If you are interested in planting flowers and vegetables, this is the program for you. All youth age 9 – 18 are invited to attend. 
    Please call the Owen County Extension Office at 484-5703 by April 29 to sign up.
     
    4-H Variety Show

  • Special birthday: April Dawn Petrey

    April Dawn Petrey recently celebrated her 23rd birthday. She is the mother of Mikey and Tommy.

  • Special birthday: June Pryor

    Please join the Pryor family in celebrating June’s 90th birthday from 2 to 4 p.m. April 30 at the Owen County Extension Building at 357 Ellis Road in Owenton. No gifts, please.

  • Anniversary: Carl and Sue Henage

    Carl and Sue Henage will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary May 8, 2011. In recognition of this anniversary, a reception will be held from 2:30 to 5 p.m. May 1 at the New Columbus Baptist Church.
    The reception is being hosted by their sons and families, Jason and Karen Henage, Hannah, Ella, Kate and Sophie, Eric and Brooke Henage, Ava-Kate, Benjamin, Samuel and Luke Henage.
    The couple requests your presence, but no gifts.

  • Sawyer Quinn Duvall - Birth Announcement

    Sawyer Quinn Duvall was born at 7:53 p.m. April 8, 2011, at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington.
    He weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces and was 19-inches long.
    He is the son of Dustin and Brittany Duvall of Harrordsburg.
    He is welcomed to the world by his maternal grandparents, Rickey and Sherrie Hall of Lawrenceburg; and his paternal grandparents, Libby Duvall and Donnie and Regina Duvall, all of Owenton.
    He is the great-grandson of Ethel Hammond and the late Albert Hammond Jr.; and Don and Florence Cook.

     

  • Monterey Matters: Spring means time to fix up the house

    After having a few estimates recently on some new vinyl siding, I have decided to just paint my house for now.
    Several people had mentioned this method to me but I was a little skeptical about it.
    This will save me a whole lot of money for other things that I also need right now, like new landscaping and gravel.
    My good friend Shane Powell stopped by last week and asked me why I was even considering vinyl.
    He said he could paint it for now and make it look like brand new and save me some money, too.

  • Kay's Branch News: Fun at the firehouse fish fry

    Weather seems to be all the news this week — wind, rain and more wind and rain. I poured 3 1/2 inches out of the rain gauge Thursday and another 1 1/2  was there Saturday morning.

  • Owen County District Court

    April 15, 2011

    John M. Daugherty, 1962, convicted felon in possession of a firearm, pleaded not guilty, preliminary hearing set for April 21.
    James H. Ferrell, 1979, theft by unlawful taking, pleaded not guilty, continued to April 29.
    Christopher W. Lautz, 1984, first-degree attempted rape, falsely reporting an incident, alcohol intoxication in a public place, failure to notify address change to Department of Transportation, pleaded guilty, preliminary hearing set for April 29.

  • Get ready to celebrate Arbor Day

    This Friday is Good Friday and Earth Day so we should all be in a good frame of mind to do our part to improve the world. Next Friday we can put it to good use and plant some trees in celebration of Arbor Day. Surely we can top the first Arbor Day in 1872 when it was estimated that 1 million trees were planted in Nebraska alone.