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Today's News

  • Rebels rout rivals

    Rebels rout rivals
    Things didn’t get off to a good start last week.
    During the Owen County High School Rebels’ final practice last Monday before taking on Gallatin County, big man Sawyer Williams was injured.
    To make matters worse, during the junior varsity game Dec. 13,  Collin Trammel was injured.
    That is when the Runnin’ Rebels became the resilient Rebels.

  • Pamida gives back and invites public to meet new pharmacist

    Pamida Pharmacy invites the public to stop by Friday to welcome David Starkey, the new pharmacy manager.
    Starkey graduated from Georgetown College in 2004 and then attended the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy where he graduated in 2008.
    He is married to Stephanie, who is a teacher, and the couple have two children, Maddie, 4, and Bryan, who is 18 months.
    He is a deacon at Memorial Baptist Church and enjoys University of Kentucky basketball, hunting, four-wheeling and going on mission trips.

  • Wedding announcement: Reed-Smither

    Elizabeth Reed and Aaron Smither were wed at 6:30 P.M. on Aug. 27, 2011 at St. Dominic Church in Springfield.
     Elizabeth is the daughter of John Boyd and Patricia Reed of Springfield.
     Aaron is the son of Maurice Ray and Norma (Estes) Smither of Lexington.
     The ceremony was performed by Father Pepper and Father Brown.

  • Extension service news: Stay off the SoFAS this holiday season

    The holidays are here again!
    While being active is important in maintaining a healthy weight, staying off the SoFAS has a different meaning and focus, in terms of weight management.

  • Owen County District Court - Dec. 9 -Dec. 16, 2011

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  • Last call for Santa Claus

    My name is Allen and I am 8 years old. How are you doing? For Christmas, I want a phone and a Ninjaga Spinner Battle set. I also want a big skateboard ramp, a bike ramp and a skateboard. I really want the Lego Death Star!
    Allen Mason

    For Christmas, I want an iPodtouch.
    Jake Patton

    For Christmas, I would like a DSI, a phone, an iPod 2, a dress for Harmony, my own dog and a car.
    Melody Sams

  • Letter to the editor: Santa is pure in spirit to all


    Santa has been the most important person in my life, at least for November and December, for as long as can remember.
    Sad to say, but our world is full of sadness, crime, political problems, a bad economy, and illnesses top today’s news. 
    Santa is the only guy we can count on a couple of months out of the year to bring a surprise and reward for personally doing a good job! 
    Santa’s job is to bring gifts to the homes of the good children during the late evening and overnight hours of Christmas Eve, Dec. 24.

  • Owen County Historical Society News: Society makes a little history this year

    “A knowledge of the past prepares us for the crisis of the present and the challenge of the future.”
    These words of President John F. Kennedy are a poignant reminder of the vital necessity to preserve the history of our nation, our state, our community, and our families. Artifacts, stories, and documents of our ancestors serve as a bridge connecting us to our past.

  • Local cheerleaders win competition

    Both the Maurice Bowling Middle School and Owen County Parks and Recreation cheerleaders recently took top honors at a competition at Grant County.
    On Dec. 10, the two squads competed at the Jingle Bell Classic at Grant County High School. Each team performed and was judged on a two-and-one -half minute routine against teams from Grant County, Gallatin County and Walton-Verona.
    After the judging was completed both squads were awarded first place in their respective divisions.

  • Trio to spread Christmas cheer at Disney World

    For three Owen County cheerleaders, Christmas morning will be more about what is on television than what is under the tree.
    Why?
    They will be watching themselves.
    This summer, five Owen County cheerleaders attended NCA Cheer Camp and were named all-American. Kri Tuttle, Cheyene Gaines, Emily Allen and Ashley Smith were named varsity all-Americans and Tayler Johnson was selected as a middle school all-American.