Today's News

  • Area students earn honors

    Several local Mid-Continent University students earned President’s List and Dean’s List honors in the ADVANTAGE Program. Hubert Brady, Katherine Jones, Cynthia Nalley and Frances Thomas all of Lebanon earned President’s List honors.
    Students earning Dean’s List honors include Keith Boswell, Katherine Jones, Christopher Mayo, Cynthia Nalley, and Frances Thomas, all of Lebanon, and Melissa Wayne of Gravel Switch.

  • Lebanon Elementary November STARS
  • Engagement

    Mike and Kathy Shannon of Lebanon announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Rose Wilkerson, to William Anthony Gootee, son of Tony and Jan Gootee of Loretto.
    Wilkerson is a 2004 graduate of Marion County High School, 2006 graduate of St. Catharine College, a 2007 graduate of Spalding University and is attending Campbellsville University. She is employed at Lebanon Elementary School.
    Gootee is a 2007 graduate of Marion County High School and employed at Peterson Farms.

  • Birthday announcement

    John Kaiden Gribbins will celebrate his 3rd birthday Dec. 20, 2010. He is the son of Henry and Donna Gribbins of Loretto. Grandparents are Barbara Brady and the late John Brady and Wallace Gribbins and the late Evatine Gribbins.

  • Master’s degrees will be offered in 2012

    St. Catharine College President William D. Huston received an early Christmas present on Dec. 7 when it was announced that SCC was granted approval to move from Level II to Level III status and will offer its first ever master’s programs. The announcement was made at the annual meeting of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville.

  • Glasscock Students of the Month for November
  • Veterans visit West Marion Elementary
  • MCHS Students of Week
  • Severe weather expected this week

    There is no school in Marion County due to the weather and the road conditions. The National Weather Service forecast indicated that severe winter weather was expected to hit central Kentucky Wednesday and Thursday.

    The National Weather Service in Louisville has issued a winter storm watch from Wednesday afternoon through Thursday afternoon.

  • No school in Marion County Tuesday

    Marion County schools will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 14.

    The National Weather Service is predicting a low around 6 degrees tonight with a wind chill factor of -3 degrees.

    The predicted high for Tuesday will be around 21 degree with a wind chill factor as low as -4 degrees.

    The freezing conditions could lead to slushy roads and slick spots due to refreezing.