Today's News

  • Owen Circuit Court - Aug. 23, 2011

    Joshua D. Baker, 1986, two counts of second-degree complicity burglary, complicity receiving stolen property (firearm), complicity receiving stolen property under $500, suspend fines, costs and fees, pay $250 restitution within 90 days after release.
    Ryan Landis Baker, 1992, two counts of second-degree complicity burglary, complicity receiving stolen property (firearm), complicity receiving stolen property under $500, suspend fines, costs and fees, pay $250 restitution within 90 days after release.

  • Boys open season with loss

    The Owen County boys’ soccer team began the 2011 season last week.
    The team opened up with a home game Aug. 15 against Calvary Christian. The two teams played a scoreless first half before the visitors netted a goal in the second half and went on to the 1-0 win.
    The boys then spent the rest of the week travelling back and forth between Owenton and Frankfort where they took part in the Capital City Classic. The Rebels dropped their first game Aug. 16 to Franklin County 0-3. They then fell 0-4 to Frankfort Saturday.

  • Lady Rebels open year with tie game

    Soccer season for the Owen County Lady Rebels got started last week.
    The year began with a home contest Aug. 16 against Pendleton County. Things looked good after the first half. The Lady Rebels took a 1-0 lead in the final minute of the half when Ashley Tyler headed in a corner kick from Katie Haines.
    The lead didn’t hold up, however, as Pendleton County sneaked in a goal in the second half that allowed the game to end in a 1-1 tie.
    Thursday night, the team hosted Lincoln County. Things did not go well and the Lady Rebels lost, 0-5.

  • Volleyball team picks up wins at Glacier

    Saturday was a busy day for the Owen County volleyball team.
    The team traveled to Bracken County to take part in the Glacier Invitational. The Lady Rebels played a total of four matches before returning home. The team split the four matches.
    Owen County picked up a win over Newport, 21-16 and 22-20. They also defeated Silver Grove, 21-17 and 21-14. They dropped a decision to Boone County, 25-17 and 25-18. The Lady Rebels fell to the host, Polar Bears, in a tough, three-game contest. Bracken County won 11-21, 21-16 and 16-14.

  • Golf team in action at Juniper Hills

    The Owen County High School girls’ golf team traveled to Frankfort last week for a match at Juniper Hills Golf Course.
    The competition included Franklin County and Boyle County.  
    Boyle County won the match last Wednesday with Franklin County finishing second.
    Kennedi Dermon paced the Lady Rebels with a nine-hole total of 45. Lynsey Farrar shot 46, Julie Spaulding 48 and Ali Minch 49.  
    The junior varsity team also saw action last week when they hosted Grant County at Fairway Golf Course.

  • Rebel Ramblings

    • The win over Lloyd on Friday night improved Owen County Head Football Coach Adam Fowler’s record to 3-1 in season openers.
    • Grant County dropped its opener Saturday night. The Braves were defeated by Harrison County 38-14 in the Hometown Pharmacy Thorobred Bowl.
    • Owen County defeated Grant County 14-13 in Dry Ridge last season.

  • Rebels turn in opening-night victory

    If expectations were high heading into the 2011 football season, then Friday night’s home opener did nothing but add to them.
    The reality of a new district and a seemingly easier schedule brought Owen County fans to Patterson Field Friday night hoping for big things from what looks to be a very talented team.
    The Rebels did not disappoint when they began the season with a convincing 28-13 win over the Lloyd Juggernauts. The win marked the second year in a row the team has begun the season with a win.

  • Kay's Branch News: Rain makes for some happy campers along The Branch

    We finally got some measurable rain this week. It’s been clouding up and thundering and lightning, but nothing would happen. On Friday night, it went through the same routine but the sky opened up and it rained for about 40 minutes. There was almost an inch of rain in the gauge Saturday morning. I had mowed Thursday morning in bits and pieces because there were so many brown spots under the trees. Saturday morning, everything was green again.

  • Steed completes radiology residency at Indiana University

    Shannon Steed, the daughter of Jackie and Becky Ogden, recently completed radiology residency at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
    Steed is a 1993 graduate of Owen County High School. She completed her undergraduate studies at Northern Kentucky University and completed medical school at the University of Louisville School of Medicine.
    She is currently doing a one-year fellowship in breast imaging at Indiana University.
    Steed currently lives in Indianapolis, Ind., and is married to Brian Steed. The two have three children, Quinn, Grant and Laine.

  • Church News for Sept. 21, 2011

    Cedar Hill Baptist

    Bro. Bill’s message Sunday morning was from Philippines 2:1-4 on “Why I Love the Church.” Through the church, Jesus provides hope, faith, purpose, and love to us. Hope is found in understanding what Christ has done for us (Romans 5:3-4). Hope in Jesus rises above our daily situations.
    Sunday evening’s message was from Colossians 3:17 on whatever we do, we do for the Lord. We are to let our light shine for him. We were blessed to have Ashley Smith share her gift of music and her testimony with us.