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Today's News

  • Church News | September 20, 2017

    Mt. Pleasant Baptist

  • Tips and tricks for fall composting

    By Jeneen Wiche

  • Livestock Market Report | September 20, 2017

    Sept. 20, 2017

  • Bearcats take down Rebels, 61-0

    By Eli Baker

    It was a tough night on the gridiron for the Owen County Rebels Friday at Walton as they took on the Walton-Verona Bearcats.
    On the first play of the game, the Bearcats threw a 35-yard touchdown. The Rebels then got the ball, but couldn't do much against Walton's defense.
    At halftime, the Bearcats were up 34-0. The Rebels got together to try to figure out a game plan to slow the Bearcats down and to score a couple of touchdowns.
    Following the half, the Bearcats were right back at it.

  • Rebels look to rebound after a week of losses

    The Owen County Rebels men's soccer team played tough but fell short this week.
    The Rebels failed to ward off Henry County's strong defense in a 7-3 loss Sept. 19. Ricardo Perez was the only Rebel to score against the Wildcats with three goals, assisted by Wade Cammack.
    Perez was once again the scoring Rebel when the team battled Carroll County at home Thursday.
    The goal came with an assist by Cammack but wasn't enough for the victory.
    The Rebels fell 3-1 against the Panthers.

  • Lady Rebels end week on a high note

    The Lady Rebels soccer team had a short week after lightening ended the Sept. 19, game at halftime.
    The Lady Rebels were trailing Henry County's Lady Wildcats 3-0 when the game was called.
    Henry County outshot the Rebels defense 13-6 in the first half with three goals scored.
    The Lady Rebels quickly rebounded with a 10-0 win against Carroll County.
    Destinee Epperson dominated the first half with six goals and Katie Hensley nailing a 20-yard shot that connected for a goal to end the first half with a 7-0 lead.

  • Today is National Women’s Health and Fitness Day

    Calling all females! Wednesday, September 27, is National Women’s Health and Fitness Day, a nation-wide effort to focus attention on the importance of regular exercise and healthy living for women of all ages. Here are some ways to celebrate:

  • Fourth graders write free-form poems on pets

    The following poems were written by students in Stephany Harvey’s fourth-grade class and Mrs. Dempsey’s fourth-grade class. The students wrote the free-form poems about their favorite pet and other subjects.

    Daisy
    By Austin Blackwell

    Laying in the window looking
    With dark brown eyes
    she is small and
    fits in a tea cup
    she lays at night
    in my bed
    under the covers
    when day comes
    she watches for the deer.

    Roscoe

  • Community Events | September 27. 2017

    Annual Lusby’s Mill reunion will be Saturday

    The annual Lusby’s Mill reunion will be held on Saturday, Oct. 7 at the farm of Ron and Linda Wainscott in Corinth, Kentucky. A potluck lunch will be served around 12:30-1 p.m. Everyone s welcomed. For more information, call Ron at (502) 803-1157.

    Mussel Shoals Baptist celebrating 200th anniversary with revival, homecoming

  • Ladies, remember to zip your totes

    There was fog in the valley this morning, and though I usually get up about 7 a.m., it felt like 5 a.m. to me. Fall has snuck up on me when I wasn’t looking.