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Today's News

  • Suspect in Owen burglaries jumped out window to avoid law enforcement

    Owen County Sheriff’s deputies are hoping to soon track down a suspect after a string of burglaries on U.S. 127 South and one off Davis Lake Road.
    Owen County Sheriff’s Deputy Marvin Goodrich said the burglaries began around Jan. 14 and so far four have taken place.
    According to Goodrich, the alleged burglar is known to take jewelry, firearms, money and in one instance, a Playstation3.

  • Businessman supporting fourth-class city proposal

    One local businssman says if the City of Owenton were to become a fourth-class city, it could mean more jobs, more tourism and more revenue for the entire county.
    Curtis Sigretto, owner to Elk Creek Vineyards, said his winery located on Hwy. 330 is the largest in the state and visitors come from all over Kentucky and surrounding areas to visit  – except on Sunday.

  • Downhill from here

    Most people do what they can to avoid driving in icy conditions. When they are caught on slick roads they typically don’t travel at high speeds in vehicles without brakes.
    For one Owen County resident he has spent the winter doing quite the opposite.
    Adam Clark graduated from Owen County High School in 2003. While in high school, he was an outstanding football player and track star.
    In the summer of 2010, his college roommate encouraged him to send an application to something different than anything he had done before.

  • On the mark

    Dave Kelley’s Elk Creek Hunt Club Manager Shadoe Perry took part in the the National Sporting Clay Tournament at San Antonio, Texas. The event is one of the largest shoots in the world. Perry  finished in second place for the main event (Lady C Class); first place (C Class); all-state/zone team; and was named runner up for first-time attendee in the women’s division.

  • Lady Rebels fall on road to South Oldham

    Owen County and South Oldham went into their Jan. 23  game with the two best records in the eighth region.
    When the game was over,  the Lady Rebels realized they still had some work to do if they wanted to be the best team.
    The Lady Dragons jumped out to a 15-5 lead at the end of the first quarter and extended the lead over the next three quarters to win 59-36.

  • Owen County’s Devin Duvall notches 100th career victory

    It was a milestone night for Devin Duvall.
    Before heading to Frankfort last week for the All ‘A’ Classic, the Owen County High School Rebels hosted the Eminence Warriors in a 31st district contest. The Rebels barely broke a sweat as they dominated in an 82-36 win. The win was the 100th of Owen County High School Head Boys Basketball Coach Devin Duvall’s career.
    His first win came Nov. 30, 2006 when Owen County won 61-48 at Williamstown.
    After the milestone victory, Duvall said he did not realize he had reached 100.

  • Rebels fall in All ‘A’ quarterfinals


    By Brian Blair
    N-H Sports Reporter

    For the Owen County High School Rebels, the All ‘A’ Classic in Frankfort might be most remembered for what might have been.
    Big crowds followed Owen County to Frankfort on Thursday and Friday. The faithful witnessed the Rebels have little trouble with Buckhorn in the first round as they defeated the Wildcats 55-37.
    They would then fall in the quarterfinals to Holy Cross only to see the Indians defeat Bardstown on Sunday to claim the championship.

  • Some voters will see changes in precincts due to 2010 Census

    While Frankfort has been geared up determining the boundaries for the house, senatorial, and congressional districts, the Owen County Clerk’s Office and Owen County Board of Elections have been busy drawing the voting precinct lines for Owen County.

  • Yours, mine, and ours: Managing your money together

    Money can be a sore subject for many couples. In fact, money causes more arguments in a relationship than nearly every other topic combined. Whether you struggle to make ends meet or you’re sitting on a nest egg, chances are good you and your spouse haven’t always been eye-to-eye on the green stuff.

  • Owen Circuit Court - Jan. 24, 2012

    Joseph B. Barnes, 1988, complicity theft by unlawful taking, continued to Feb. 7.
    Nora Charlene Bishop, 1965, show cause deferred, owes $8,399.66, bench warrant set for $8,400.
    Regina Brackin, 1990, two counts of complicity trafficking in a controlled substance, jury trial set for March 23.
    Jesse J. Brandenburg, 1978, incest, continued to Feb. 7.
    Michael Cain, 1983, probation violation, motion to revoke probation, continued to Feb. 7.
    Randy A. Collins, 1963, show cause deferred, bench warrant set for $2,000.