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  • KSP investigating Sunday morning stabbing

    A man was stabbed early Sunday morning, April 12, and the Kentucky State Police are investigating a case of first-degree assault.
    At 1:16 Sunday, the Lebanon Police Dispatch received a report of a stabbing at Three Pines Bar, which is located off Hwy. 49 between Lebanon and Bradfordsville.
    The victim, Jeremy Cox, 34, of Campbellsville was transported to Spring View Hospital by Marion County EMS and later transferred to University Hospital in Louisville, according to KSP.

  • Part of Hwy. 49 temporarily closed

    Hwy. 49 is closed between the bridge and the sewer plant near Bradfordsville, according to Marion County Emergency Management Director Hayden Johnson.

    Due to recent rainfall, water is covering that portion of the road.

    Johnson added that other roads in Marion County may also be covered because of the recent rains. He advised drivers to avoid crossing roads that are covered by water.

  • 25-year-old dies in accident on Miller Pike

     A 25-year-old man from Raywick died Sunday evening as a result of a single-vehicle accident on Miller Pike.

  • Seven UK players to enter NBA draft

    Kentucky Press News Service

    There were few surprises at Thursday afternoon's UK press conference in which seven Wildcats announced their intentions to turn pro by entering June's NBA draft.
    The seven - Willie Caulie-Stein, Aaron and Andrew Harrison, Trey Lyles, Dakari Johnson, Devin Booker and Karl-Anthony Towns - all stood up when Coach John Calipari asked for the players entering the draft to stand.

  • Police seeking information about burglary

    The Lebanon Police responded to a report of a burglary at 5:50 a.m. April 4 at the Lebanon City Service Center. Two chainsaws, asmall TV, and an undetermined amount of cash were stolen.

    Anyone with information in this case or any other criminal case is encouraged to call Lebanon Police anonymous TIPS line at 270-692-5LAW (5529) or 270-692-2121.  

    Sergeant Cardwell is the investigating officer.

  • Maker’s Mark Handcraft Festival is Saturday

    Maker’s Mark is hosting the Maker’s Mark Handcraft Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 11.

    Vendors from all across the United States will be at the Loretto distillery to share a variety of hand-crafted items, including homewares, food and cocktails.

    Visitors also will have the opportunity to take self-guided tours and to meet Maker’s Mark CEO Rob Samuels.

    Maker’s Mark Distillery is located at 3350 Burks Spring Road in Loretto.

  • Library hosting Authors Day on Saturday

    The Marion County Public Library will be hosting an Authors Day from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 11.
    Several authors with Marion County ties will be present and will be selling copies of their books. A portion of the sales will go to the Marion County Friends of the Library.
    The writers scheduled to appear include:
    • Nathaniel    Weathers - The Writing Ideal, Comatose: A Novelette, The Dark Nemesis
    • Dan and Nick Thompson - Thompson Family History, Stories For Rednecks, Tomahawk Trail

  • MCHS graduation will be Friday, May 29

    Marion County High School students will be graduating on a Friday evening this year.
    The MCHS Site-Based Decision Making Council voted to set graduation at 7 p.m. May 29 during its meeting Thursday, according to Principal Mike Abell.
    “We knew any way we go, some people were going to be unhappy,” Abell said.
    The district conducted a phone survey of parents, asking if they would prefer to have graduation Friday evening, May 29, or Saturday morning, May 30. Abell said about 60 percent of the respondents preferred Friday evening.

  • Library partners with Driving-Tests.org

    Marion County Public Library has started a partnership with Driving-Tests.org, a company dedicated to driver safety and education, to offer free DMV practice tests to library patrons.
    The service includes free tests, written specifically based on state DMV materials, and is the only site of its kind to include accessibility tools that allow users to hear selections read aloud, make them into MP3s, translate pages into other languages, magnify text, and mask sections of the screen for greater visibility on driving practice tests.

  • Committee to review school board public comment policy

    The Marion County Board of Education has created a committee to review its existing public comments policy, and that committee held its first meeting on April 2.
    Last week’s meeting was primarily an organizational meeting, according to school board member Kaelin Reed, who has been an advocate for changing the policy.
    Daniel Beams was elected as the committee chairman. He is the director of the 21st Century Learning Center.