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Today's News

  • Winds trigger damage

    A barn around the 3100 block of Hwy. 127 N. received substantial damages Monday evening from what was believed to be 65 mph straight line winds. Owen County Emergency Management Director Rick Morgan said the barn belonged to Bill Cammack and estimated the monetary damage to be around $30,000.
    Morgan said on Squiresville Road several barns received damage and some house received little damage to their roofs.
    On Morgan Lane, the electric service was pulled away from one home, but Morgan said Owen Electric repaired the problem Monday evening.

  • Owen County District Court - April 4, 2014

    Thomas Dean, 1973, theft by deception, continued to April 11.
    Thomas Dean, 1973, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol, continued to April 11.
    Autovest LLC. vs. Robert Burke, motion for default judgment, granted.
    Darian Carter vs. Joe Jacobs, forcible detainer, dismissed.
    Discover Bank vs. Matt J. Jester, motion for default judgment, granted.
    Discover Bank vs. Fred Manica, motion to transfer, granted.
    Eagle Financial Services Inc. vs. Elizabeth Reynolds, motion to transfer, granted.

  • OCHS Students of the Month for March 2014

    The Owen County High School student of the month winners for March are (from left to right) Lacie Black (junior), Quentin Ellis (sophomore), Wesley Grugin (senior), and Austin Brown (freshman).
     

  • Owen County High School honor roll - April 9, 2014

    12th grade super honor roll
    Emily Allen, Allyson Beverly, Ellen Eldridge, Zachary Hall, Haley Hatchett, Kayla Miles, Morgan Neace, Shelby Power, Melanie Ransdell, Kayleigh Shaw, Hannah Strohmeier, Kristan Swigert, Richard Swigert, Hunter Trenary, Tucker Trenary, Sarah Wilhoite, Sarah Wotier.
    12th grade honor roll

  • Kay's Branch News: Not much news as UK games dominate the conversations

    It’s raining, again. We’ve had about three and a half inches over the past several days.
    The sun finally came out late Saturday afternoon and it was nice on Sunday afternoon but the rain has come back.
    I suddenly realized as the sun shone on my back yard that the forsythia hadn’t bloomed. There are tiny leaves appearing but no buds. Not a single bush in my large yard has bloomed.

  • CHEERS! Owen cheerleaders honored at banquet

    The Maurice Bowling Middle School and Owen County High School cheerleading banquet was held April 6.
    Although 2013-14 was the year of “runner-ups,” the effort put in by both teams was far from second best.
    The MBMS squad finished second in the Swiss Wine Festival in August and in the Eighth
    Region KAPOS regional in December.
    Academic excellence awards were given to Rachel Miller, Lindsay Gill, and Cailey Stedam. All of these students had a 4.0 GPA for the season.
    Lydia Hobbs was awarded the Sara Jane Green Award.

  • Class of ‘64 to hold 50-year reunion

    From near and far, former classmates of Owen County High will come together once again in Owenton on April 12 when the school’s class of 1964 holds its 50th anniversary class reunion in the Owen County Extension Service’s community room at 357 Ellis Road.
    Class members are encouraged to come by The Smith House restaurant at 1640 Hwy 22 for an impromptu lunch around 12:30 or 1 p.m. to have an opportunity to spend some extra time catching up and getting reacquainted with fellow classmates since they last saw them.

  • A beautiful day to shamble in Wheatley

    If you love golf, you don’t normally need a good reason to play.
    Just in case you did however, the 15th Annual Charlie Satterwhite Memorial Golf Shamble provided one on Saturday.
    Almost as if on cue, the sun came out just before noon on Saturday at Fairway Golf Course in Wheatley.

  • Rain plays havoc for Rebels on the diamond

    Owen County High School does not have a rowing team. It’s too bad because they could have practiced last week on the baseball and softball fields.
    Neither the baseball team or the softball team saw much action last week. The baseball team played one game while the softball team was not in action once.
    The Rebels took on Scott County March 31 and were shut out, 10-0.

  • Joan Kincaid retires, ready for family and some fishing

    By John Whitlock
    N-H Editor
    For over 35 years, Joan Kincaid has been a presence in Owen County government.
    On Tuesday morning, she stepped away from her desk and down from her position as Owen County Clerk.
    The road to serving such a long stretch in local government began in 1978 at Owenton’s Western Auto when Kincaid was asked to join the Owen County Sheriff’s Office as a clerk.