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Education

  • No school Wednesday for Marion County schools

    Marion County Public Schools will be closed Wednesday, Jan. 8.

    According to Superintendent Taylora Schlosser, schools will be closed Wednesday because of utility concerns, safety with buses and continued freezing temperatures.

  • GES Distinguished Students

     Pictured are the proficient and distinguished students at A.C. Glasscock Elementary School who were recognized at a special rally Dec 20.

  • GES Students of the Month

     Glasscock Elementary School December Students of the Month are front row, from left, Jordan Browning, Niesha Porter, Alexis Brown, Alex Huerta, Joey Coon, Brandon Blandford, Haley Hoeck, Aleaha Couch, and Jr. Cruz; second row, Amber Cox, DeShaila Newby, PJ Lanham, Clayton Coulter, Kaden Wright, Ciara Brady, Lakin Sickles, Aleigha Mays, and Ava Akers; and back row: Nevaeh Hardin, Isabelle Wheeler, Samantha Abell, Madison Sapp, David Smalley, Carlee Jo Wethington, Gracey Loudenburg, and Joshua Heseman.  

  • School menus, Jan. 1

     BREAKFAST

    Monday, Jan. 6: Pancake and sausage on a stick w/maple syrup and toast or assorted cereal and toast, peaches, variety of juice, milk.

    Tuesday, Jan. 7: Granola breakfast cookie and two toast or assorted cereal and two toast, mandarin oranges, variety of juice, milk.

    Wednesday, Jan. 8: Scrambled eggs and biscuit or cereal and toast, applesauce, variety of juice, milk.

  • UK researchers hope to find miracle drug in coal mines

     By Linda B. Blackford

    Lexington Herald Leader

    Coal mines produce what’s sometimes called black gold, but researchers at the University of Kentucky hope the mines could hold something even more valuable — a miracle drug.

  • Slocum will discuss new book at SCC

     

  • Local students receive degrees Dec. 13

    Campbellsville University graduated 196 students in two ceremonies Friday, Dec. 13 in Ransdell Chapel.
    The following students received degrees from Campbellsville University:
    Jolyn Renee Williamson of Lebanon received a associate of science in early childhood education.  
    Rebecca Ann Williams of Lebanon received a bachelor of science in criminal justice administration. Williams is a graduate of Marion County High School. She is the daughter of Charles and Alicia Williams of Lebanon and has one child, Peytan Wyble.

  • Students travel around the world

     

  • Saying goodbye to Mr. Marks
  • Designed to learn

    Dec. 18 was the culmination of years of work for students involved in Project Lead the Way. That morning they presented their capstone projects — which included pocket-sized solutions to everyday problems and an industrial-sized dust-control device — to a group of local business leaders.
    But the lessons the students learned along the way may have been more important than the individual projects.