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Today's News

  • Chaos in the cafeteria

    Organized chaos.
    That’s how someone might describe lunchtime at Lebanon Elementary School.

  • Knights fall to Trojans, season ends

    Faced with a 3-0 deficit, it would take a furious rally for the Knights to have a shot to keep their season alive.
    They nearly did it. Nearly.
    The Marion County Knights' season came to an end with a 3-2 loss to the North Hardin Trojans in the Fifth Region Tournament on Oct. 19.
    "I am very pleased with how our team responded to what would be our final game," Knights Head Coach Greg Conley said.

  • Peanut butter drive for Haiti at LES

    Lebanon Elementary School is having a peanut butter drive until Nov. 18. The public, along with all of the local schools, are being asked to participate and donate a jar of peanut butter. The Waves of Mercy organization will be coming to Lebanon on Nov. 21-22 and will be picking up all the peanut butter that is collected. If you would like to help, please bring a jar of peanut butter to Lebanon Elementary before Nov. 18.
     

  • Lady Knights lose district championship

    The Marion County Lady Knights will have to wait another year to reclaim their spot atop the 20th District.
    The Lady Knights (15-20) fell in three sets (17-25, 15-25, 16-25) against the Taylor County Lady Cardinals in the district championship Oct. 18 at Adair County High School. It was the Lady Knights' second straight district championship loss after hoisting the trophy for the previous seven seasons.
    Lady Knights Head Coach David Hibbard said his team started off strong but sputtered after the strong start.

  • A First Time

    "But finally, on Saturday at 9:45 p.m. Wrigley Daylight Time, when the world turned upside-down, it finally happened. That moment." Those were the words of ESPN Senior Writer Jayson Stark.
    It took 71 years, but it happened.
    It took 11,309 baseball games for this team, but it happened, and it took only nine innings Saturday night to make it become a reality.
    It happened.
    That moment happened.
    The Chicago Cubs are going to The World Series.

  • Industrial Basketball Tourney is Nov. 25-27

    Lebanon Elementary and the Lebanon Middle volleyball team will be jointly hosting the annual Industrial Basketball Tournament at Lebanon Middle School during the Thanksgiving weekend of Nov. 25-27.

  • Worst total ever for a Mid-KY Bass Anglers Classic

    By Shelton Young

    Our Mid-KY Bass Anglers fished our “Classic” on Saturday and Sunday. This ended our 2016 season, which started back in March. It also marked the end of our 20th season as a club! As a side note, John Grundy has fished all 20 seasons while I’ve missed two - one due to heart surgery and one with a broken humerus (upper arm).
    Back to this year’s Classic!

  • McRay hired to lead MCATC

    Career and technical education is where Christina McRay got her start.
    McRay was a business education teacher in Bullitt County for eight years before coming back to her native Marion County to serve as assistant principal at Marion County High School in 2010. In 2014, she became principal at Lebanon Middle School. While she has enjoyed her time leading LMS, returning to the career and technical education field is an opportunity she couldn’t pass up.
    “It’s always been in my heart,” McRay said, referring to career and technical education.

  • Busy time of year for UK sports

    By Larry Vaught

    Rather than take a chance on delaying Isaac Humphries' return from what has been described as a minor leg/knee issue, Kentucky coach John Calipari did not play his sophomore in last week's Blue-White Game.
    That is an indicator that Calipari believes Humphries is ready to make solid contributions to this team as freshman center Bam Adebayo's backup.

  • Change of heart

    Butch Cecil isn’t afraid to admit that he was uneducated and misinformed when he signed the recallable nickel petition in 2007.
    He and his wife had just moved back to his native home of Marion County.
    He had just bought into the family farm, renovated his home and spent a considerable amount of money. So, when he saw a petition sitting on the counter at Blandford’s Store, he was curious.
    “What’s this?” Cecil remembers asking.
    “A petition to not raise your taxes,” someone in the store answered.