Today's News

  • Webster honored by dedication to the diamond
  • Rebels hit wrong three of a kind

    Every team is looking for positive momentum heading into the postseason.
    For the Owen County High School Runnin’ Rebels, they have one more chance.
    If the Rebels ever had a week they would like to forget, it would be last week.
    Owen County played three Eighth Region teams and came up empty all three times.
    The team lost to North Oldham, Anderson County and South Oldham. It is the first time this season the team has lost three in a row. With the defeats, Owen County falls to 18-8 on the season.

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  • Engagement: Grider-Welsh

    James and PruAndera Grider of Long Ridge announce the engagement of their daughter Gabrielle to Kevin Andrew Welsh, son of David and Darlene Welsh of Sheffield, Penn. The bride-elect graduated from Morehead State University with a bachelor’s of arts degree in business administration. She is currently employed at Owen Electric Cooperative. The groom-elect graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor’s of science degree in plastics engineering and is employed at Itron. A June 2013 wedding is planned. Invitations will be sent to out-of-town guests only.

  • True love of growing into a business

    Are you a Kentucky farmer or home gardener who grows your own fruits, vegetables, nuts or herbs and would like to sell you jams, jellies, pickles, baked goods and other home-processed products at local farmers markets?
    If so, the home-based processing and microprocessing program offers a way for you to do just that.

  • Kay's Branch News: Friends can always be found here

    It’s a lovely day to be alive. The sun is shining, the birds are singing - yes, the birds are beginning to come back. I saw a beautiful blue bird fly across my viewing area as I drove down the road this past week.
    Ann reports that the skunks are out too. The groundhog did not see his shadow, anywhere in the eastern part of the U.S. and Easter Sunday is early this year, so I am expecting an early spring this year. You heard it here first. Now watch it snow a blizzard on Easter Sunday.

  • Relay For Life to hold team captain meeting

    The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Owen County invites team captains to the monthly team captain meeting scheduled for Feb, 19 at 7 p. m. at the Owen County Public Library.
    This monthly meeting will last for one hour and will provide the team captains the opportunity to interact with the event committee, share fundraising progress and ask any questions they have concerning the event. The team captains will be updated with any new information regarding the event and will learn where they are on the event progress.

  • Owen County District Court - Feb. 8, 2013

    Feb. 8, 2013
    Paul Beverly, 1990, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol, appointed public attorney, continued to Feb. 22.
    Darian T. Carter, 1973, three counts of second-degree narcotics, preliminary hearing set for Feb. 15.
    Tony Carver, 1986, receiving stolen property under $500, continued to Feb. 22.
    Marvin Keith, 1986, third-degree escape, pleaded guilty, 365 days, to serve 14 days, credit time served, conditionally discharged for 351 days, court costs.

  • Damon Thayer: No changes planned for teacher retirement

    The General Assembly reconvened on Feb. 5, to a full agenda of committee meetings, the Governor’s State of the Commonwealth Address and the passage of several important pieces of legislation, including Senate Bill 2, the public employee pension reform bill.

  • Owen Historical Society News: Snakes be wary of Owen Co. ladies

    Many may recall the old saying, “There’s more than one way to skin a cat.” After spending the afternoon celebrating the 96th birthday of Monterey resident and historical society member Lela Maude Hawkins, I discovered there is more than one way to kill a snake.