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Today's News

  • OCHS student first to attend entrepreneur program

    Owen County High School rising senior Alexis Collier has dreamed of someday being her own boss for as long as she can remember.
    This summer, Collier will have the opportunity to build upon her dream by attending the Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs (GSE), a three-week summer residency program at Transylvania University that allows students to work together to create a service or product that is later pitched to a live audience and a panel of judges.

  • Wesselman named athletic director of the year by KHSADA

    BY AUDREY LEWIS | Special to The News-Herald

  • Community News | May 2, 2018

    WMU hosting appreciation breakfast for bus drivers
    The Owen County WMU will host an appreciation breakfast for local bus drivers at 7:30 a.m., May 4. Plan to attend and bring your favorite breakfast dish.
    Families invited to attend College Signing Day

  • At the Library | May 2, 2018

    Age-Reversing Exercise
    Are you looking for a safe, slow-paced, full-body workout? Meet at the library to follow the Miranda Esmonde-White video. Wear comfortable clothing. Great for all ages and abilities at 11 a.m., today (Wednesday).
    Storytime
    Join Miss Susan to enjoy great books and fun activities. This program is for preschoolers and their caregivers who are a necessary and required part of the program. Come join in the fun at 10:30 a.m., Thursday.
    Bath Bombs and Sugar Scrubs

  • Road Report | Work begins on resurfacing projects

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District Six would like the public to be aware of the following conditions and/or operations that are being reported for highways in District Six. Motorists should be aware of possible delays or lane closures on the following projects:

  • 3 OCHS students chosen for prestigious summer program

    When rising Owen County High School senior Laura Duke graduates high school in the spring of 2019, she will have earned an associate’s degree from attending the iLead Academy in Carrollton. This summer, Duke will receive yet another opportunity to further her college career by attending the Governor’s Scholars Program (GSP).
    Duke, along with fellow OCHS juniors Kaitlyn Parker and Jared Prather, could receive fully paid tuition to a number of Kentucky colleges by attending the five-week program.

  • Synthetic drugs stir social media controversy

    Synthetic drugs sold at a local gas station recently stirred controversy on social media, leading to a discussion between Owenton Police Chief Terry Gentry and the Owenton City Council at its April 17 meeting.
    The synthetic drugs began appearing at the Owenton Marathon Station, also known as Cowboys, at 105 S. Main St., over the past month. Items like synthetic cannabinoids, an alternative to marijuana, and UPass, a brand of synthetic urine that can allegedly be used to pass a drug test, are currently found on the shelves of the gas station.

  • Candidates to square off in Thursday forum at OCHS

    Candidates in May’s primary election will face-off for the first time in a political forum hosted by the Owen County High School Civics Club Thursday.
    The event is slated to begin at 6 p.m., inside the OCHS auditorium.
    Members of the club began organizing the forum early last month, contacting all candidates to take part in the event.

  • Students may now report bullying anonymously by using online form

    Bullying amongst school-age children continues to make local and national headlines with 28 percent of students in grades sixth-12 reporting a bullying experience, according to a 2011 federal survey.
    With school safety concerns at the forefront of the minds of many school district officials, the Owen County School District last week announced the implementation of an anonymous online bullying reporting system that can be used by students, parents and community members.

  • OCHS senior never fails to shine on field or in class

    BY AUDREY LEWIS
    Special to The News-Herald