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  • Several businesses listed as delinquent on tourism taxes

    Several businesses were listed as being delinquent on paying their tourism taxes in the report presented at the Oct. 8 tourism meeting. Lebanon Tourism Executive Director Nicky Reynolds noted that the higher than normal number of delinquencies may have been related to Ham Days falling so close to the end of the month.

    McBs (12 months) and Hometown BBQ (five months) were previously turned over to the county attorney. Both of these restaurants have paid toward two months of their reported delinquencies.

  • Marion County High School Students of the Week
  • Band students travel to Louisville to experience live Broadway theatre
  • McKay joins WKU Athletic staff

    Zack McKay of Lebanon has been hired as the director of athletic marketing at Western Kentucky University. McKay, a 2003 Marion County High School graduate, is the son of Josh and Helen McKay and the grandson of Louise McKay. McKay comes to WKU after spending the previous four years as the Director of Marketing with Nelligan Sports Marketing at IPFW University. McKay got his start in intercollegiate athletics as a marketing assistant at the University of Louisville, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration in 2007.
     

  • Spalding is assistant professor of education at Campbellsville University

    Deborah Allen Spalding of Lebanon has been employed at Campbellsville University as an assistant professor of education, according to an announcement from Dr. Michael V. Carter, president of Campbellsville University.

  • Marion Co. FFA/Teen Leadership participate in annual farm tour

    On Tuesday, Oct. 2, Marion County FFA members and members of Teen Leadership Marion County traveled to four farms across Marion County to learn more about agriculture.  The locations traveled to were: Sandusky Beef Farm/Miracle Man Cattle Co. owned by David and Michael Sandusky, Two Toms pheasants and chukars owned by Tom Corbett Sr. and Tom Corbett Jr., Peterson Family Farm owned by Donnie and Theresa Peterson, and Jones Family Dairy Farm owned by Timmy and Kim Jones.

  • School menus

    BREAKFAST
    Monday, Oct. 22: French toast w/maple syrup and toast or assorted cereal and toast, variety of juice, milk.

    Tuesday, Oct. 23: Milk gravy and biscuit or cereal and toast, variety of juice, milk.
    Wednesday, Oct. 24: Bacon, egg muffin sandwich and toast or assorted cereal and toast, variety of juice, milk.

    Thursday, Oct. 25: Sausage breakfast pizza and toast or assorted cereal and toast, variety of juice, milk.

  • Unleashed

    “Maybe we’ll jump out of an airplane,” I said, as we drove down Highway 15. Now that I’d zip-lined, I was a fitness expert.

    “Maybe we’ll jump rope instead,” Chloe suggested.

    “We’ll know soon,” Dad said, turning onto Tunnel Ridge Road. We saw a man leaning up against an Army Jeep. Dad rolled down the window. “You must be Pete.”

    Pete smiled, shook Dad’s hand and said, “Follow me, folks.”

    Seconds later we pulled into our destination.

  • State representative candidate: Bill Pickerill

    Bill Pickerill, 50, and his wife, Monica, have a daughter, Hannah (and her husband, Jay Wimett), and a grand-daughter, Piper.

    1. Why are you running?
    Why am I running? To make a difference in Frankfort. There's a lot of waste going on in Frankfort, waste of tax dollar money. I feel like being a business owner that I can help control some of the spending up there.

    2. Why should people vote for you?

  • State representative candidate: Terry Mills

    Terry Mills, 62 and his wife, Patty, have three children and three grandchildren.

    1. Why are you running?