Today's News

  • Lebanon Middle School students visit the Capitol
  • Art Camp is set for July 8-12

    “Kentucky Heritage “ is the theme for this year’s Arts Camp, a special project of the Marion County Arts and Humanities Council, and held with the assistance of the Marion County Family Resource Centers and the Marion County Extension Office. This is their seventh annual camp.
    This year’s camp will be held the week of July 8-12, at Lebanon Elementary School and the Marion County Extension Office. Classes will be held daily from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., with lunch provided.

  • Jones earns top academic achievement award

    Local Lebanon resident, Kathy Jones, was recently presented the Academic Achievement Award from Mid-Continent University. Mid-Continent honors the student graduating with the highest grade point average with this award.
    Jones said, “My journey through college has been one of many challenges, but with determination, a great support network, and God’s helping hand, it has been one of the most rewarding experiences in my life. Graduating from college has been a lifelong dream, and I am humbled and honored to receive the academic achievement award.”

  • Culver and Howard receive degrees

    Dr. Darlene Eastridge, dean, opened the Carver School of Social Work and Counseling pinning ceremonies on May 3.
    “God has blessed Campbellsville University with the largest number of graduates in the history of the Carver School,” Eastridge said, “and very high caliber students in all three of our locations -- Louisville, Campbellsville and Somerset Centers.”

  • Grant and Thomas receive degrees

    On Saturday, May 4, 2013, University of the Cumberlands (UC) announced that William Grant and Matthew Thomas, both of Lebanon, graduated during their annual commencement ceremony. Grant received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Thomas received a Master of Arts in Education degree in instructional leadership principal all G.
    The University conferred 536 total degrees during the commencement ceremony making it the largest graduating class in UC’s history.

  • Veatch earns degree
  • Lebanon Middle students participate in state competition
  • Public schools participate in food service program


    The Marion County Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided at the sites and times as follows:

  • Helm receives scholarship, recruited to play tennis

    Matthew Helm, the grandson of Fanny Lambe of Lebanon has received the Whitinger Scholarship from Ball State University.
    The scholarship is the most prestigious scholarship awarded by Ball State, and is awarded to 10 students each year. Students are chosen based on their academic ability, character, creativity and potential for leadership.
    In addition to the scholarship, Helm is also joining the school’s men’s tennis team. Helm will graduate from Bloomington High School South with academic honors.

  • Stamper graduates

    Hazard Community and Technical College held graduation on Saturday, May 11 at The Forum. Two ceremonies were held to accommodate the crowd. A total of 677 students received 1413 credentials; a total of 409 degrees were awarded along with 112 diplomas and 892 certificates.
    The graduates included Kevin B. Stamper of Lebanon.