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  • Community Events | Sept. 28, 2016

    Blood drive coming to OCHS
    Area residents are invited to be life-savers at the upcoming Kentucky Blood Center blood drive at Owen County High School from 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Friday, in the upper level gym. The event is sponsored by the National Honor Society.

  • At The Library | Sept. 28, 2016

    Storytime for Pre-Schoolers

    Join Miss Susan at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, to enjoy picture books, crafts and fun. Caregivers are an essential part of the experience for the children.
    Needle Felted Pumpkins
    Learn the basics of needle felting by making a small pumpkin that will look right at home with your fall decor or thrill a friend as a gift of the season. All supplies included, but space is limited, so call to register at (502) 484-3450. The event begins at 5:30 p.m., Thursday.
    Adult Exercise

  • Owen Co. girl’s golf team dominates NCKC tournament

    The Owen County girl’s golf team once again rules the NCKC.
    For the fifth straight year, the Lady Rebels dominated the NCKC Tournament. The team posted a score of 331 which was 29 shots better than Henry County who finished second. The tournament was held at Sugar Bay Golf Course in Warsaw. It was the seventh time in the last eight years the Lady Rebels have won the event.

  • Rebels Rout Wildcats

    Through the first three weeks of the season the Owen County offense struggled to get things working. Last week they put 42 points on the board in winning at home. Then they went on the road to Newport.
    The Rebels found their rhythm on Friday night as they lit up the scoreboard against Newport winning 64-36. It is the most points scored by an Owen County team since they scored 59 points on back-to-back weeks in 2012. In 2007, the Rebels only scored 74 points for the entire season.

  • Volleyball team closing in on milestone

    The Owen County volleyball team has won 16 matches so far this season. As they head down the stretch of the regular season they have a chance to make school history. The Lady Rebels won 21 matches in 2011. Counting the match the team played last night, Owen County has six matches left on the season. A win in each of them would guarantee the most wins in school history.

  • Rebels’ soccer team still in search of a win

    The Owen County Rebels are still in search of their first win of the 2016 season.
    The Rebels dropped three, district matches last week as they fell to Gallatin County, Henry County and Carroll County.
    On Monday night the team hosted Gallatin County and dropped a 2-1 decision. Zach Perkins scored his first goal of the season for the Rebels while Cody Dempsey picked up the assist. The next night, the team travelled to Henry County and lost 3-1. Brandon New scored his second goal of the year with Riley Montague assisting.

  • Rebel Ramblings Walton-Verona
    • The Rebels fell on the road to the Bearcats 27-6 last season.
    • The last time Owen County defeated Walton-Verona on the gridiron was Sept. 30, 2011, when they won 27-6 in Verona.
    • The Bearcats are coached by Jeff Barth who has coached the team since their first season in 2008.
    • Walton-Verona won their first game in program history on Sept. 13, 2008, by beating Bishop Brossart 38-7.
    • The Bearcats have won 10 straight district games. Their last loss was to Gallatin County on Oct. 11, 2013.
  • Sports Shorts

    The cross-country team ran at the Franklin County Invitational on Saturday. Colton Stedham ran a personal best in the boy’s race finishing 39th overall with a time of 18:04. The other top four finishers for the Rebels included Joseph Herrmann, Jakob Ramsey, Westley Johnson and Isaac Cockrell. In the girl’s race, Allison Bourne finished in 35th place to pace the Lady Rebels. Autumn Hunter, Destiny Goodrich, Julie Herrmann and Marrissa McPherson who ran a personal best, rounded out the top five finishers for the Lady Rebels.

  • Livestock Market Report | Sept. 28, 2016

    Sept. 21, 2016

    Cattle Receipts: 472
    Sept. 14: 365
    Last year: 669

    Compared to last week: Feeder steers $1 - $3 higher, feeder heifers steady, Moderate demand for fleshy unweaned calves, good demand for weaned and pre-conditioned calves and yearlings. Slaughter cows and bulls $3 - $5 lowers, Moderate demand for slaughter classes.

    Feeders: 427
    Slaughter: 45
    Supply included 20 percent over 600 lbs and 44 percent heifers.

    Feeder Steers Medium & Large #1-#2:

  • Season prompts weed management options

    By: Steve Musen/ Owen Extension Agent for Ag. and Natural Resources