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  • Ready to go

    Life has been teeming with activity for Christine Mattingly ever since she was named the 2011 Marion County Junior Miss.

    "I've been really busy," she said. "I've had to juggle everything I usually do plus getting ready for state."

    Sunday morning, Mattingly will be heading to Lexington, where she will spend a week preparing for the 2011 Kentucky Junior Miss competition, Jan. 14-15. 

  • Make a New Year's Resolution to learn something new

    Learn something new.

    It's a popular New Year's resolution people tend to make, and St. Catharine College hopes local people take advantage of its education center at Centre Square in Lebanon to make that resolution turn into a reality. 

    Perhaps you are considering a career change, want to learn how to quilt, or take better photos of your kids?

  • General Assembly begins 2011 session

    The 2011 Kentucky General Assembly convened yesterday for four days of organizational and administrative meetings. The legislature will reconvene Feb. 1 to debate and vote on proposed legislation.

    The Democrats remain in control of the Kentucky House of Representatives, while Republicans remain the majority party in the Kentucky Senate.

  • Family craft

    Central Kentucky is known for producing quality spirits. The same can be said about the Beam family. If everything goes according to plan, a member of the Beam family may be bringing a small piece of that tradition to Marion County.

    Stephen Beam, 52, of Louisville is hoping to build a micro-distillery in Lebanon 

    "We are going to operate a small distillery in the concept of producing a craft spirit," Beam said.

  • Nominations for 'Outstanding' awards being accepted

    The Marion County Chamber of Commerce will present their outstanding awards during the Annual Meeting & Outstanding Awards Banquet on Jan. 27, 2011.

    Nominations will be accepted through Jan. 15, 2011.

    Please take the time to nominate your fellow business leaders for these prestigious awards. It only takes a few minutes of your time to thank someone that has made an impact on your career and or personal life.

  • New Chamber Board of Directors elected

    The following people have recently been elected to sit on the Marion County Chamber of Commerce's Board of Directors:

    JESSICA BROWNING

    Jessica Browning has been a resident of Marion County for three years. She is the owner operator of That Cute Little Shop.

    LEIZEL MILES

  • Lasting Faith

    Deacon John King stepped to the front of the church to welcome the congregation.

    "As we always say, it's good to be in the house of the Lord," he said.

    It's easy to imagine that similar sentiments have been expressed for more than a century and a half by members of the congregation of First Baptist of Lebanon.

  • Campbellsville man indicted for sodomy

    McQuinn O. Johnson, 35, of 206 Candace Street in Campbellsville was indicted on a charge of first-degree sodomy in Marion Circuit Court recently. According to the indictment, on or about April 29, Johnson engaged in deviate sexual intercourse with another person by forcible compulsion.

    His bond was the same as his bond in a previous case, which was $150,000.

    In other indictments:

  • Local family featured on The Dr. Phil Show

    Hollywood may look glamorous from where most of us sit, but Laura Essex has developed a new point of view. Essex and her husband, Willie, parents of four young boys, including 7-year-old triplets, recently appeared on The Dr. Phil Show. It was quite an experience for the Marion County family, according to Laura.

  • Pendleton man gets 20 years for sex crimes

    Charles Nunley II, 42, of 8100 Organ Creek in Pendleton was sentenced to 20 years in prison in Marion Circuit Court recently for first-degree sodomy of a person under 12 years of age and second-degree sodomy (two counts).

    Nunley received credit for 571 days served.

    In other indictments: