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Today's Features

  • By Hammer Smith

     

    200 Years Ago

    In a will written on Oct. 8, 1813, by Michael Hesler, it is ordered that his estate be disposed in the following manner: Jacob Hesler, his brother, was to receive all of his estate after his debts and accounts were paid. Out of the estate, Jacob Hesler was to pay $0.25 to his brother, John Hesler; $0.25 to his sister, Clorey; $1 and six pence to his brother William; and $1 and six pence to his sister, Betsy. Under the will, Jacob Hesler was to take their father and keep him until his death.

    175 Years Ago

  •  Scott and Genny Reigle, announce the engagement of their daughter Allison Reigle to Anthony Hillebrandt, son of Anthony and Jennifer Hillebrandt.

    The bride-elect is employed by Michelle P. Waiver as a respite caregiver.

    The groom is employed by First Stop Urgent Care in LaGrange as a medical assistant.

    An October 2014 wedding is planned at Grace Baptist Church in LaGrange.

  • Wayne Buck, Mt. Olivet and Patricia Morrison, Pleasureville announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Buck to Dylan Miskell, son of Denise and Lorry Hansen, New Castle and the late Dean and Cathey Miskell.
    The bride-elect is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University majoring in child and family studies with a concentration in birth to six-year-old teaching.
    The groom is a graduate from Eastern Kentucky University majoring in physical education with a concentration in P-12 teaching.

  • Gary and Marcella Yount, of Cropper, will celebrate their 50th anniversary March 29. Marcella Peyton married Gary Yount in Lockport on March 27, 1964. The have two children: Penny Yount (John Roude) Nutter,- Defoe, Brian Yount- Shelbyville.

    Grandchildren: Katherine Michele Fields, Shelbyville.Tara Nutter, Defoe, John Clinton Nutter, Shelbyville, and Kari Yount, Shelbyville.

    The couple are members of Cropper Baptist church where Gary serves as a deacon. The couple have five great grandchildren: Dillon, Amelia, Jayden, Jaylen, and Jayda.

  • Wayne Buck, Mt. Olivet and Patricia Morrison, Pleasureville announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Buck to Dylan Miskell, son of Denise and Lorry Hansen, New Castle and the late Dean and Cathey Miskell.

    The bride-elect is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University majoring in child and family studies with a concentration in birth to six-year old teaching.

    The groom is a graduate from Eastern Kentucky University majoring in physical education with a concentration in P-12 teaching.

  • Jason and Tiffany Heath, Turners Station, would like to announce the birth of their son, Justin Ty Heath, born Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013, at Frankfort Regional Hospital.
    He weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces, and was 20.5 inches long.
    He has one brother, Cody, and one sister, Jaycie.
    Grandparents are Jan Gardner, Louisville, and Pat and Beverly Heath, Hodgenville.

  • Darlene Hedges, Eminence and Billie Ellison, Taylorsville announce the birth of their daughter, Brooklynn Renee. She was born Monday, August 12, 2013 at Baptist East Hospital. She weighed 5 pounds 6 ounces and was 18 ½ inches long.

    Grandparents are Sharon Hedges, Eminence and the late Edward Hedges and Darlene Ellison and Ray Ellison, Taylorsville.

  • The Honorable Judge Joseph and Kaye Castlen of Owensboro, wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Megan Michelle, to Mr. Robert Nolan Houston. Mr. Houston is the son of Dr. John and Cheryl Houston, also of Owensboro. Miss Castlen is the granddaughter of the late Royal and Mary Thomas and Joseph and Margaret Castlen of Owensboro.  Mr. Houston is the grandson of the late Nolan and Doris Fisher and Tommie Hartman Houston of New Castle and the late Dr. Robert Houston.

  • April Raisor and Brandon and Adam Fisher would like to announce the engagement and up coming marriage of their parents, Bradley Lynn Fisher and Becky Mathis. The wedding will take place on Sept. 2, at Elk Creek Vineyards. Invitations will be sent.

  • 200 Years Ago
    On Aug. 20, 1813, the court ordered the sheriff to arrest Thomas Hankins and hold him safely until the September to satisfy the Commonwealth of the sum of $1.87 recovered in Court against him for prosecuting a summons against him for failing to give in his list of tangible property in 1811.
    175 Years Ago