Today's News

  • Lady Knights invited to NIKE tourney

    The Marion County Lady Knights basketball team is scheduled to travel to Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 18-22 to participate in the NIKE Tournament of Champions.
    The Marion County Board of Education approved the tournament request during its monthly meeting last week.
    To attend this event, the members of the Lady Knights basketball team will have to raise their own money, and no money from the high school will be used to fund this trip.
    “We will raise around $15,000 towards this tournament,” Head Coach Trent Milby said.

  • 5-18-11 Linescores

    Marion County Little League
    Red Sox    5 6  0  0 - 11
    Rangers    3  2 4  0 -  9

  • Knight Riders
  • Sapp and Lewis will marry June 4


    Tammy Sapp of Lebanon announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Brittianey Sapp, to Tommy Lewis, son of Elizabeth Lewis of Lebanon and the late Bobby Lewis.

    Sapp is a 2010 graduate of Empire Beauty School in Elizabethtown. She is owner and operator of Twisted Shears in Lebanon.

    Lewis is employed at Curtis Maruyasu America.

    The wedding is set for 6 p.m. Saturday, June 4, 2011, at Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church. A reception will follow at St. Joe Community Center.

  • Birthday announcements
  • WIC - Are you eligible?

  • Event raised funds for The Caring Place


    The 1st annual Stick Horse-Egg & Spoon Derby was held on April 30 at Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon. The event attracted a crowd of an estimated 250 people from Lebanon, Springfield, Bardstown and Danville. More than 25 children raced in the Kid’s Derby.
    According to organizer Elizabeth Wallen, the event was a big success and raised $2,600 for The Caring Place. In addition, Pleasant Hill Baptist Church of Gravel Switch organized a roadblock fund raiser also held on Saturday, April 30, and raised $1,880 for The Caring Place.

  • Writer tells Lebanon woman’s harrowing life story

    By Peter W. Zubaty
    Landmark News Service

    About 15 years ago, a woman approached local writer Paul Jordan at the VFW hall in Lebanon about an interesting story.
    She knew of Jordan’s history as a journalist - he had a distinguished career with the Associated Press before going into public service - and laid out the horrifying true details of her family life that eventually became “Descent to Sudden Death,” Jordan’s sixth book, which he signs 2-4 p.m. Saturday at Bardstown Booksellers.

  • Lions Club donates to Japan Relief Fund
  • Taylor Regional Hospital names clinical/administrative services Person of the Year


    Taylor Regional Hospital recently recognized clinical services Team Member of the Year nominees and a team member of the year was awarded.
    Phyllis Patton, certified pharmacy technician, was awarded the Team Member of the Year. Patton has been at TRH since Jan. 21, 1991.
    Other nominees were Christy Rucker, respiratory care; Chris Smith, rehab services and Lindsay Walker, TRH Care Center.