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Today's News

  • Lebanon Fire, EMS responds to two fires

    The Lebanon Fire Department and Marion County EMS responded to two house fires in the past week.

    - At noon, Oct. 5, the Lebanon Fire Department and Marion County EMS responded to a fire at 950 Barbers Mill Road.

    Jimmy Bradshaw was home at the time of the fire. He received some minor injuries in an attempt to put the fire out himself, according to Lebanon Fire Chief Ricky Mattingly.

  • Finley family loses home to fire

    A family from Finley escaped unharmed from a fire at their home early Saturday morning, Oct. 9, but they lost their home and much of its contents.

    “We had just got home,” said Mary Mattingly, who lives at 2719 St. Matthews Cemetery Road with her husband and three children.

  • U.S. Rep candidate Brett Guthrie

    Federal office questionnaire

    Name: Brett Guthrie

    Age: 46

    Educational background: Bachelor's Degree, U.S. Military Academy at West Point; Master's Degree, Yale University

    Work Experience: U.S. Army; U.S. Army Reserves; V.P. of Human Resources, Trace Die Cast

    Family Information: Wife Beth, children Caroline, Robby, Elizabeth

    Organizations (church, civic groups, etc.): Church of Christ

    1. Why did you decided to run for Congress?

  • Let's get moving

    For years, we've been hearing how families spend less time together now than they did in previous generations. We've also seen countless reports on the growing (no pun intended) obesity rates in the United States. Maybe now is the time to do something about it. Just ask long-time physical education teacher Danny Marks. He is living proof of how important regular exercise is. He's not only been a P.E.

  • Chargers drop Knights in OT

    The Marion County Knights scored on their first play from scrimmage but couldn't find the end zone the rest of the game as Bullitt East shocked the Knights 14-7 in overtime Friday in Mount Washington.

    Buster Hazelwood scorched the Chargers on the first play from scrimmage of the game as he turned on the turbo and ran for 62-yards for a touchdown with 11:41 to play in the first quarter.

    The rest of the game was a see saw battle.

    The Chargers tied the game in the fourth quarter with 8:17 to play on a 23-yard touchdown pass to senior Wade Kelly.

  • Who wins in free speech versus privacy?

    The United States Supreme Court will soon listen to arguments that will test the very fabric and mettle of the First Amendment’s right of freedom of speech.

    The case stems from members of the Topeka, Kan. Westboro Baptist Church’s constitutional right to picket at military funerals.

  • Lady Knights enter post season play

    The Marion County girls' soccer team suffered a 6-0 loss to Bardstown Thursday to gear up for the district tournament.

    Bardstown is a powerhouse, something the Lady Knights will likely face if they advance past the first round of the district tournament.

  • Howl-O-Ween

    The fourth annual Barktober Fest was held Saturday, Oct. 9, at Graham Memorial Park.   Dogs and their proud owners celebrated Halloween a little early and competed in various contests, including best costume, smallest dog, largest dog, talent, best tail wag, owner-dog look-alike contest and an agility course.

  • Lady Knights cruise into district

    Marion County entered the district tournament last week with a two game winning streak and a near defeat of the top team in the region.

    The Knights crushed Washington County 2-0 (25-12, 25-13) in their last regular season game Thursday to finish the season 26-8.

  • Three school board seats on the ballot

    Three sitting members of the Marion County Board of Education are up for re-election Nov. 2, and all three are facing challengers.

    In District Three, Alex Ackermann is running against Michael Mullins. Mullins previously served on the board, but stepped down due to conflicts with his work schedule. Ackermann won the seat in a special election to fill the remainder of his term.