Today's News

  • Record heat increases electric bills, prompts need to conserve

    With summer temperatures soaring to all-time record highs, Inter-County Energy is cautioning members to be prepared for higher than normal electric bills. Inter-County Energy is also urging homeowners to increase energy efficiency to offset the higher energy costs.
    Inter-County Energy offers free energy evaluations for residential, commercial and industrial members. Trained professionals will visit homes and businesses to conduct an in-depth review of how energy is being used and will also suggest improvements.

  • 8-1-12 Public Record

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  • Loretto man gets probation for violating protective order

    Timothy Allen Bright, 35, of 2960 Frogtown Road in Loretto received 12 months of probation for violation of a Kentucky EPO/DVO. He was ordered to pay court costs, to have no contact with Mary Bright and to be supervised by probation and parole in another case.
    Charges of second-degree burglary, receiving stolen property under $500 and second-degree persistent felony offender were dismissed.

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  • 8-1-12 Police Log

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  • Lebanon, Bradfordsville residents indicted for receiving stolen property

    David Eugene Shuck, 49, of 2225 Arbuckle Road in Lebanon was indicted for receiving stolen property over $500 but less than $10,000 and second-degree persistent felony offender in Marion Circuit Court recently.
    According to the indictment, between May 21-28, Shuck received, retained or disposed of property valued at more than $500 but less than $10,000 knowing that it had been stolen or having reason to believe they had been stolen, or he aided, abetted or counseled with another in said act.

  • State runner-up

    The boys 11- and 12-year-old Marion County Little League All-Star team just fell short in the championship game of the 2012 state tournament, losing 8-5 to Warren County South Friday evening.
    They made it the state tournament after winning the District 5 tournament, and then went undefeated in pool play in the state tournament to go into the semifinals as the No. 1 seed in their pool. In pool play, Marion County defeated Anderson County 10-0, Fleming-Neon 6-2, and Knox County 13-4.

  • Into the hills of Kentucky

  • Divine competes in Junior Olympics

    Marion County High School track standout Brooks Divine traveled to Baltimore, Md., recently to compete in the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics. Divine competed in the decathlon event and the pole vault event as an individual.  
    In the decathlon portion of the event, which spanned over two days, Divine tallied up 5,413 total points. Good enough for 17th place.

  • Epps de-commits from Louisville

    Marion County High School Lady Knight Makayla Epps broke off her commitment with the University of Louisville recently.
    "At the time of my commitment I was only 15 years old," Epps said. "Now, a couple of years later I realized that I wanted to make 100 percent sure since I will be spending four or five years there."
    Epps noted that the Lady Cardinals are still where she may end up playing her college ball, but she has now reopened her options. She also noted that another school has made an offer to her, but she has not made any decisions.

  • Fit Kids moves to new location

    Beginning this month, the Lebanon Fit Kids will be moving to a new location.  After previously operating in the former carpet store on Campbellsville highway, the group will be moving to the industrial park at 650 Metts Drive. The new facility will offer several features that will be improvements on the previous location. The new building is much larger, will have more equipment with a full-sized floor, and air-conditioning.