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Today's News

  • At the library, April 22-28

    Tween/Teen Gaming
    Play Nintendo Wii and Gamecube on the big screen from 3:15-4:30 p.m. today. Snacks provided.

    Storytime with Miss Susan
    Join Miss Susan at 10:30 a.m. Thursday for stories, crafts and fun.

    Librarian 101
    Want to be a librarian? Come join us at 3:15 p.m. Thursday to hear real librarians tell you all about the job.

    Adult Skin Care
    Join us for a session with a skincare and beauty expert at 6 p.m. Thursday. Learn new ways to care for and protect your skin. Call 484-3450 to register.

  • Community Calendar, April 22

    Montessori school to hold community informational meeting on Wednesday
    Owen County Montessori School is holding a community informational gathering from 6-8 p.m. today (Wednesday) at the Owen County Extension Office.  
    All those interested in learning more about Montessori education and our school plans are encouraged to attend. There will be a presentation by Xavier University’s Montessori Lab School Assistant Dean and Head of School.
    For more information please contact us at owenmontessori@gmail.com.

  • March property transfers

    Kenneth and Nancy Bowen to Doug Lawrence, tract 3, Bowen Land Division,$41,000.
    First Farmers Bank & Trust Company to Robert Mitchell, lot 5, Mason Estates Subdivision, $500.
    Margo A. Flege to Mark E. Flege, land on Beech-Tersita.
    First Farmers Bank & Trust Company to Mark Kevin McKenzie, lot 1, Mason Estates Subdivision, Crossroads Pike, $500.
    Kentucky American Water to Rodney L. Cobb, Tract 5, small parcel, 59,900.
    Mark D. and Susan B. Limke to David W. and Anna Skirvin, Eagle Creek Subdivision, lot 7, block A and lot 6.

  • Owen District Court, April 10

    April 10, 2015

    JoAnn M. Adams-Blackmore, 1974, contempt of court, appointed a public attorney, continued to May 5.
    JoAnn Blackmore, contempt of court, appointed public attorney.
    JoAnn Adams Blackmore, contempt of court, appointed public attorney continued to May 5.
    JoAnn Blackmore, contempt of court, appointed public attorney, May 5.
    Randall D. Bolton, 1971, alcohol intoxication in a public place, second-degree disorderly conduct, first-degree assault, resisting arrest, see order.

  • Owen Circuit Court, April 7

    April 7, 2015

    Eric C. Bassham, 1985, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, drug paraphernalia, continued to April 21.
    Wesley W. Calmes, 1986, complicity third-degree burglary, complicity theft by unlawful taking all others $500 or more but under $10,000, first-degree possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia, continued to May 5.
    Alison Coyle, 1982, probation violation, see order.
    Deanna T. Edwards, complicity first-degree possession of a controlled substance, complicity drug paraphernalia, continued to April 21.

  • Congressman calls for legalization of industrial hemp

    BY THOMAS MASSIE

  • Historical Society News, April 15: Square dancing down through the generations

    It traveled  with immigrants from England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and France. Pioneers who journeyed across the mountains added their own unique movements, and  by the end of the 1800s it had a distinct American flavor.
    Gaining popularity in Appalachia it traveled throughout Kentucky; and today it is making a comeback as American feet are reintroduced to their toe-tapping, feet-stomping roots.

  • Kentucky American working around bus schedule

    Work continues on Kentucky American Water’s $900,000 water main replacement project in Owenton.
    The project involves replacing aging water pipe which will provide additional water system redundancy and enhance overall reliability of service.

  • Voter registration deadline nears, poll workers needed

    By BRYAN MARSHALL AND MOLLY HAINES

  • Road closure expected through May

    Old Monterey Road, just south of Slippery Rock Road, will remain closed after last week’s storms damaged the roadway.
    The downpour sent a wall of water down the gullies at Slippery Rock, eroding around the culvert to where the State Highway Department closed the road.
    According to Nancy Wood, the district six office public information officer, the highway will be closed at least until the middle of May, because the local office will have to build a culvert because of it’s large size.