Today's News

  • Those incredible doggie heroes


  • Church Briefs

    Gospel singing
    The Trinity Gospel Aires will be at the House of Praise, located on W. Main St. across from Famous Recipe, on Saturday, May 14, starting at 7 p.m.

    Usher Board
    First Baptist Church on N. Depot St. will have an usher board program Sunday, May 15 at 3 p.m. Guest speaker will be Rev. Duke from Owens Chapel in Cave City.

  • Cecil and Lee exchange vows


  • Birth announcements
  • Birthday announcements
  • Phillips and Wheatley will marry May 21


    Glen Phillips Jr. of Liberty and Tammy Phillips and Jeff Barlow, both of Gravel Switch, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ciara Gail Phillips, to Bryan Joseph Wheatley, son of Jimmy and Allison Garrett of Lebanon.
    The bride is a 2011 graduate of Campbellsville University.
    The groom graduated in 2010 from Campbellsville University.
    The wedding is set for May 21, 2011, at Robert L. and Bernice Miller Park in Campbellsville. Formal invitations have been sent.

  • Brady and Humphrey will marry May 21


    Lenora Followell and Ricky Brady of 9050 Danville Highway announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Natasha Michelle Brady, to Dylan Thomas Humphrey, son of Lisa and Joe David Humphrey of 205 Smith Ave., Lebanon.
    The bride is employed at Cedars of Lebanon Nursing Home.
    The groom works at Kentucky Cooperage.
    The wedding is set for May 21, 2011, at the home of the groom’s parents, 205 Smith Avenue in Lebanon.

  • Five generations
  • Going the distance

    In the world of running, the Boston Marathon is the pinnacle of all races.

    It's the oldest and most prestigious 26.2-miler in the country. In its 114 years, the race has become a phenomenon. In fact, it was recently referred to as "running's Justin Bieber" in Runner's World magazine.

    But, instead of "Bieber Fever" most serious runners have "Boston Fever."

    Just ask Charley Emmons, 55, of Lebanon.

  • History not repeated

    The first weekend in May of 2010 is one Marion Countians will never forget.

    Not because of the Kentucky Derby, but rather, because of the rain.

    Driving to Bradfordsville recently, it sort of felt like déjà vu.

    Rain was saturating the county just like it was a year ago when it caused widespread flooding across the county leaving the City of Bradfordsville stranded, cut off from other areas because of the rising waters.