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Today's News

  • Weekend Gardener: Trunk damage can girdle trees

    The farm looks like a storm hit recently but it’s really just my husband’s new deer deterrent technique.  It seems to be working.  In the past we have forgone the Irish Spring soap, human hair and coyote urine for more reliable barriers.  Tomato cages, tobacco stakes, wire, spiral plastic trunk wrap, and, yes, an occasional arrangement of lawn chairs have created distance between rutting and browsing deer.  

  • Honoring graduation

    Cortney Elizabeth Miller celebrated her home school graduation in May. Her pastor, Bro. Ed Wells, spoke on Cortney’s dedication and service to God. Jesse and Rebecca Pugh sang two songs and Dr. Joy Arnold spoke on Cortney’s Christian home school education and then presented her with her diploma.  There were 104 of Cortney’s family and friends there to celebrate this accomplishment and milestone in her life.  Cortney is attending Empire Beauty School in Florence and pursuing a career in cosmetology.
     

  • Kay’s Branch News: Holidays bring lots of news

    Happy New Year!
    I guess that’s still appropriate. Things go so fast now I should be mentioning Ground Hog Day.
    I hope your Christmas was as good as mine. Everyone was healthy and got to my house on Christmas morning and everyone meaning all my children and their spouses, my granddaughters and their husbands and the four great-grandchildren.

  • Owen Historical Society News: Early photos preserved history

    They were dressed alike, and as the two young men gazed at the camera from beneath jaunty caps atop their heads, all the anticipation and zest for life was  reflected in their eyes.

  • Looking back

    Every year, the News-Herald looks back at the year that was.
    And each time we go through these stories, we see things in a different light with new context and appreciation.
    These Owen County stories will become part of our shared history and we hope you enjoy this look back at 2012, a year that brought many changes and will resonate with this community for many years to come.
    Happy new year from the staff of the News-Herald.

     - John Whitlock, News-Herald editor

  • Kentucky had a banner year for outdoorsmen

    It was a year for deer and bear season records, expanded public hunting opportunities and improved access to Kentucky’s premier trout stream.
    Here’s a look back at a few of the top stories from 2012:

    Kentucky hunters harvested a record number of white-tailed deer.
    With 35 days of archery hunting and a two-day youth season remaining before season’s end, hunters eclipsed the overall deer harvest total record. As of Dec. 18, hunters harvested 126,923 deer. This total breaks the previous season record of 124,752 set in 2004.

  • Warriors out duel Rebels

    Sometimes, it’s just not your night.
    For the Owen County High School Runnin’ Rebels, that night was Dec. 18.
    The team traveled to Eminence last week and looked to build off the positive momentum they picked up in their win at Henry County.
    The Rebels would play well. They shot 52 percent from the field and 75 percent from the free-throw line. On most nights, those numbers would be good enough to come home with a win.
    For all the Rebels’  efforts, the Warriors played just a little better.

  • Rebel Review 2012

    By Brian Blair
    N-H Sports Reporter
    Another year is nearly in the books. When one looks back on 2012, there will be plenty of highlights to remember.
    The year began with the boys’ basketball team winning the Eighth Region All ‘A’ Classic. They went to Frankfort and won their first-round game before falling in the quarterfinals. As expected, the Owen County faithful came out in large numbers to support the Rebels during the two games in the All ‘A’ State Tournament.

  • Community events

    Library to hold March Madness Teen Book Tournament
    Teens, vote for your favorite young adult books as they face off against each other in March Madness.
    Each week, there will be a new round of voting and for each round you vote, you will be entered to win a prize.
    You can vote in the library or on the library’s Facebook page throughout the entire month.

  • Tall in the saddle