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Today's News

  • Tween Scene Thursday at library

    Participants at the recent Tween Scene Thursday event “Bluegrass All Stars” reviewed the 2015 Kentucky Bluegrass Award books. The Kentucky Bluegrass Award is a student-choice program.

  • Got milk? African children do thanks to efforts of Long Ridge Baptist

    When the youth at Long Ridge Baptist Church heard about a Baptist Global Response initiative to provide milk goats to needy families in Third World countries, they got excited.
    Here was an opportunity to be involved in an initiative that would provide a continuing source of milk for nutrition, rather than just meals that would be eaten and gone, said Pastor Roger Alford.

  • Owen County Property Transfers for September, 2014

    Otis Wendell and Beverly Jean Brown to Robert and Louise Johnson, South Madison, $25,000.
    Rodney Cobb to Mark McKenzie, Mason Lane and Mason Estates, $2,500.
    Sherry and Stanley Babb to Michael Casey Montoure, $23,000.
    Carl H. Cummins and Kathryn Bell-Cummins to Owen Air Park Property Owners Association LLC, Ky. Route #36 & Pilots Dream, $200.
    Owen Air Park Property Owners to George R. Kalbfleisch, $200.
    Floyd and Shirley Stamper to Roger Taylor, Breck Road (Hwy. 845), $45,000.

  • Students say thanks: Farmers’ Market visits MBMS

    The Owen County Farmers’ Market visited the Maurice Bowling Middle School Sept. 17. Seventh-grade language arts teacher Rhonda Gayheart said students were allowed to participate in buying from the vendors. On Sept. 18, the seventh-grade language arts classrooms walked to the Owen County Public Library to hear Bob Stewart discuss production and uses of primitive tools. The students were given a choice of writing “Thank You” letters to community agencies.

    By Addison Montague

  • Students say thanks: Students enjoy learning about local entrepreneurs

    The Owen County Farmers’ Market visited the Maurice Bowling Middle School Sept. 17. Seventh-grade language arts teacher Rhonda Gayheart said students were allowed to participate in buying from the vendors. On Sept. 18, the seventh-grade language arts classrooms walked to the Owen County Public Library to hear Bob Stewart discuss production and uses of primitive tools. The students were given a choice of writing “Thank You” letters to community agencies.

    By Alli Gill
    MBMS seventh grader

  • Students say thanks: Learning and sharing at Sweet Owen Day

    The Owen County Farmers’ Market visited the Maurice Bowling Middle School Sept. 17. Seventh-grade language arts teacher Rhonda Gayheart said students were allowed to participate in buying from the vendors. On Sept. 18, the seventh-grade language arts classrooms walked to the Owen County Public Library to hear Bob Stewart discuss production and uses of primitive tools. The students were given a choice of writing “Thank You” letters to community agencies.

  • A rockin’ Rebel rally

    This year’s Owen County High School Football Homecoming ceremonies kicked off Friday afternoon with a parade and pep rally in downtown Owenton.

  • Owen County officers get BACKUPPS

    With a new agreement in place, Owen County law enforcement officers will have plenty of backups if needed in an emergency.
    The Owen County Fiscal Court recently approved a resolution that will allow officers from several counties in the region to use their authority in Owen County.

  • Lily follows friend, mentor’s footsteps as new emergency management director

    Through floods, ice storms and even a water shortage, David Lilly has helped serve Owen County through times of emergency.
    His dedication to the position of assistant emergency management director recently landed him at the helm of the county’s emergency management.
    The Owen County Fiscal Court appointed Lilly to the position of director of emergency management at its Sept. 9 meeting, following the passing of long-time EM Director Rick Morgan in August.

  • Fiscal court works to ensure patients get needed transportation

    Medicaid patients in Owen County who depend on help to get to medical appointments can now rest a bit easier.
    The Owen County Public Transit system will now work with LKLP Community Action County to give Medicaid patients a means of transportation if LKLP is unable to transport them.  
    Owen County Judge-executive Carolyn Keith said if LKLP is unable to transport a Medicaid patient who lives in Owen County, the county’s transit program will be able to make the run.
    Keith said the county will be reimbursed by LKLP for transporting the patients.