Today's News

  • 'Be A HERO Designated Driver Campaign'
  • 4-17-13 Church Briefs

    Song and Praise Day
    The ladies auxiliary of St. Peter Claver are hosting a ‘Song and Praise Day’ at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 21 at St. Augustine Church. Listen and sing along with our local musicians, choirs, and clergy.

    Family and Friends Day
    Sherman Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church, Proctor Knott Ave. and Chandler St., Lebanon will have a “Family and Friends Day” starting at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 21. Rev. Allen Keene will be the guest speaker. MCYC Dance Team will perform.

  • Following the faith example of No. 42


  • Ursuline Sisters celebrate anniversaries this year


  • Hamilton wins contest

    Chris Hamilton won the Aurora, Ill., Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professionals recent “tips for success” competition.
    During the Young Professionals’ annual gathering, participants were given two minutes to answer the question, “What tips did you follow to be successful in your business/career?”
    Hamilton responded:
    1. Don’t try to be perfect. Be confident and move forward with conviction.
    2. Do the homework. Prepare. Prepare. Prepare. Did I say prepare?

  • Bright ends basic training

    PFC Dylan Bright graduated basic training from Fort Jackson, S.C. on April 11, 2013 and will move on to AIT training at the same army base.
    Bright is a 2012 graduate of Marion County High School. While in high school he was a member of the Jr. ROTC for the entire four years. He will return to his studies and ROTC at Eastern Kentucky University when AIT training is complete.
    He is the son of Robert and Lisa Bright of Loretto. His grandparents are Viella and Anna Mattingly of Loretto and Sam and Donna Smothers of Lebanon.

  • 4-17-13 Birth Announcements
  • The Game Plan, April 17

    April 18

    Track and field

    Lady Knights, Knights at Green County


    Bardstown at Lady Knights, Knights


    Knights at Taylor County


    Lady Knights at Washington County



    April 19


    Fern Creek at Knights


    Lady Knights at Danville


  • Linescores, April 17

    Girls Little League Softball
    April 13
    Mets    147 6 - 18
    Rays    131 1 - 6
    The Mets won the first game of the 2013 Marion County Little League program. Eden Kessler scored four runs and Maggie Overstreet pitched two innings of two-run softball and made a leaping catch of a line drive in the 2nd that was the turning point in the game.  For the Rays, Abby Jo Maupin and Alice Farmer each had two hits.
    Yankees  000 231 3 - 9

  • Divine signs with UK Track and Field

    Brooks Divine signed his national letter of intent on March 29, with the University of Kentucky track and field team. Brooks is pictured with his parents Steve and Lee Ann Divine, along with Marion County High School Athletic Director Robby Peterson, Coach James O’Hare, and Principal Stacey Hall.