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Today's News

  • Lady Knights keep rolling

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  • Grandparents raising grandchildren

    Chances are each of us reading this article grew up with some interaction with a grandparent. The grandparents from our childhoods or memories probably are similar; we tend to know them as older or elderly, gentle but hard working, perhaps not in good health, maybe retired with leisure time, probably "spoilers", people you visited after church on Sunday or on special days.

  • Staying focused

    Last week, Sr. Kay Carlew, the chairwoman of the Marion County Board of Education, read a statement about a recent open meetings violation committed by members of that board.

  • Text of the President's address to schoolchildren

    Hello, everybody! Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, everybody. All right, everybody go ahead and have a seat. How is everybody doing today? (Applause.) How about Tim Spicer? (Applause.) I am here with students at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia. And we've got students tuning in from all across America, from kindergarten through 12th grade. And I am just so glad that all could join us today. And I want to thank Wakefield for being such an outstanding host. Give yourselves a big round of applause.

  • Colt raised in Marion County sets world record

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  • Higdon announces intent to file for Senate seat

    The Kentucky Court of Justice last week posted a notice of vacancy for the judge's seat in the 11th Judicial Circuit, Division One. The 11th Judicial Circuit includes Green, Marion, Taylor and Washington counties. According to the notice, the vacancy was created when Judge Doughlas George resigned from that position Jan. 31. George will continue to fill that seat as a senior judge until a replacement is named. On a related note, State Rep. Jimmy Higdon issued a statement Monday that "there is a good chance that Sen.

  • Head of the pack

    Astounding. That's the word Joanne Lang, executive director of AdvanceKy, used to describe Marion County High School's performance in an effort that was initiated two years ago to boost advanced-placement class participation. In two years, MCHS experienced a 121 percent increase in its passing scores in AP math, science and English. "That is one piece of work. I can tell you," Lang told the Marion County Board of Education last week at its regular monthly meeting.

  • Resolving an issue, moving forward

    Marion County Board of Education Chairwoman Sister Kay Carlew made the following statement at the board's Sept. 8 board meeting. Her statement was a response to the Enterprise's Aug. 19 editorial:

  • Lady Knights go on the offense

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  • Board approves superintendent's use of vehicle

    The parameters of Marion County Superintendent Donald Smith's use of a board-owned vehicle were spelled out more clearly at the Marion County Board of Education's regular monthly meeting last week.