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Today's News

  • MCHS registration is July 29-Aug. 1

     Marion County High School will welcome the Class of 2018 with Freshman JumpStart from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Aug. 1. All incoming freshman should plan to attend to learn everything they need to know to get ready for high school. Parents will not need to attend JumpStart

    Freshmen registration will follow JumpStart from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Parents will need to attend registration.  

    Registration Dates

  • Loretto native coming home for ‘new challenge’

     By Matt Overing

    matthew.overing@uky.edu

    Steve Nally is ready for a new challenge.

    He’s spent more than 40 years in the bourbon industry and has held the title of “master distiller” for two different companies for nearly 20 years.

    Now, the Loretto native is set to help Bardstown Brewing Company make a name for itself on the Bourbon Trail.

  • City moving to condemn E. Walnut Street property

    The City of Lebanon is one step closer to condemning the vacant property on the corner of E. Walnut Street and Woodlawn Avenue.

    The city filed a petition of condemnation on Dec. 2 against Barry Bright of South Jordan, Utah, and his relatives. The 20 defendants named in the petition are children of Helen Bright, who was listed as an owner of the property and who died in 1996. They all have Utah addresses, according to the city’s petition.

  • Senator talks about farms, regulations

    U.S. Sen. Mitch McCon-nell stopped by the Marion County Extension Office July 2 to meet with about 40 people, including farmers and local officials.

    He spoke about agriculture, and he spoke about regulatory abuse “which has been on steroids under this administration.”

    David Kessler, the Marion County extension agent for agriculture, introduced McConnell. He reminded everyone that this visit was about issues, and it was not a campaign stop.

  • Fair pageant winners
  • Senior citizens day at the fair

     July 2 was Senior Citizens Day at the Marion County Fair. As part of the activities, seniors enjoyed musical performances, got dressed up for photos and played games like cornhole and bingo.

  • Questions surround Mid-Continent closing

    By Kathleen Fox

    The Paducah Sun

    As the final cycle of classes comes to an end at Mid-Continent University in Mayfield, questions about the school’s past and future remained unanswered.

    More than 60 years after the private Southern Baptist college opened its doors, Mid-Continent University has closed to about 2,000 traditional and Advantage students.

  • Hobby Lobby case decision gets mixed reviews

     By Laurel Wilson

    Bowling Green Daily News

    Local reaction was mixed to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision last week that gives closely held corporations the right to deny contraceptive coverage based on religious beliefs.

  • Citizens want change

    More than 40 people including parents, grandparents, former school board members and school board candidates met for about an hour Monday evening at Loretto City Hall to discuss their views of Marion County Public Schools.

    The consensus among those who spoke was that change is needed at the top of the school system.

    Dennis Hagan opened the meeting by saying they were all there because they care about the schools.

  • Superintendent: School system needs stability

    Superintendent Taylora Schlosser believes the Marion County Board of Education made the right decision by granting her more time to establish residency in Marion County.

    Moving to the county is still something she is trying to do.