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Today's News

  • Kay’s Branch News: Highway department makes a smooth ride

    After all the birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and graduations last month, I am out of news.
    I can’t believe June is over and we are going into the Fourth of July weekend. I have spent too much time in the basement. I have missed half the year. We got two nice rains this past week. I got all the yard and garden lot mowed before that happened so I have little to do this week.
     Tomorrow is bridge and I will come to Owenton to do errands and see Dr. Clements about a chipped tooth.

  • 4-H News: Exciting leadership opportunities exist for Kentucky 4-H’ers

     Our young people are the future leaders and decision makers of the nation. 4-H offers its members prime opportunities to explore and engage in leadership roles. By participating in a leadership role, young people can develop critical thinking, communication and life skills that will aid them in making future decisions.
    Many leadership experiences are geared toward older youth, but younger youth also have the opportunity to become leaders early in their 4-H career.

  • 4-H News: Exciting leadership opportunities exist for Kentucky 4-H’ers

     Our young people are the future leaders and decision makers of the nation. 4-H offers its members prime opportunities to explore and engage in leadership roles. By participating in a leadership role, young people can develop critical thinking, communication and life skills that will aid them in making future decisions.
    Many leadership experiences are geared toward older youth, but younger youth also have the opportunity to become leaders early in their 4-H career.

  • Ruth Kingkade named to McKendree University dean’s list

    Ruth Kingkade, a McKendree University 2014 graduate from Owenton, made the dean’s list for the spring 2014 semester.
    To be eligible, a full-time student must earn a grade point average of 3.60 or higher for the term.
    McKendree University is a college of distinction, among “America’s 100 Best College Buys,” and recognized as a “military friendly school” by Victory Media for 2014.

  • Midway College announces spring 2014 dean’s list

    Midway College is pleased to announce the students who have been named to its dean’s list for the 2014 spring semester. In order to be named to the list, a student must be classified as full time and obtain a 3.60 grade point average for the semester.
    Students from the area include Brittany N. Sloma  of Owenton, Erica Staubach of Owenton, and Tamara R. Smith of Corinth.

  • Georgetown announces spring 2014 dean’s list

    Georgetown College has announced the names of two local students who were named to the dean’s list for spring 2014.
    The students are Annabeth Edens of Sparta and Andrew Giles of Owenton.
    Students who completed the semester with at least 12 credit hours and a 3.7 GPA qualified for the honor.

  • Eldridge to attend Air Force Academy

    James Robert Eldridge has received appointment to the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
    Eldridge, a summa cum laude honors graduate of Leesburg High School, will be a member of The Fighting Falcons Football team for the academy.
    He plans to become a medical doctor specializing in emergency medicine.
    Eldridge is the great-grandson of Tilden and Sue Bennie Gibson.
     

  • Owen County student attends ASSET Conference at WKU

    The Western Kentucky University Department of Agriculture hosted 27 students at the Agriculture Students Striving for Effective Tomorrows)Conference June 15-19.
    The five-day conference is designed for students who have completed their junior year of high school and are interested in attending college and studying agriculture.
    Suzanna Cooke of Owenton was one of 27 high school juniors to take part in the Western Kentucky University Department of ASSET Conference.

  • Maroon Rebels named league champions

    The minor league Owen County Maroon Rebels fought through three tough games this past week to end up with only two losses on the season.
    After wins June 16 and 17 against the Henry County Twins and Carroll County Cubs respectfully, the Rebels fell to the Henry County Rockies by one in the fifth inning.
    Despite this loss, the team still earned the title of league champions.  
    Coaches Robin Cobb and Tim MacIntosh said they had never coached a team with so much heart and love of the game.  

     

  • Shooting down cystic fibrosis

    Larry Dale Perry, center, met with former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Boomer Esiason, right,  and his son Gunnar, left,  during the cystic fibrosis shoot held at Elk Creek.