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Today's News

  • November events at the autism center

    The Working the Puzzle for Autism Inc. Center will be hosting an event at 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 12. Wellness Music Therapy Center will be offering a two-hour music therapy session for those that are on the autism spectrum.
    The session is only for children on the spectrum, but there will be a fall activity for the siblings and parents at Graham Memorial Park. Snacks will be provided.

  • Making history

    Jessie Henderson and Gretchen (Krenning) Henderson made history on Oct. 8 when they became the first same-sex couple to legally marry in Marion County.
    But, that’s not what matters most to them.
    “All I care about is that I was able to marry the person I’m in love with,” Gretchen said.
    Gretchen, 20, has known she was gay since the first grade.
    It took Jessie, 25, a little longer to come to that realization.
    “I was afraid of what my parents would say,” Jessie said.

  • Raywick man indicted for murder after fatal accident in January

    A Raywick man, who was involved in a head-on fatal collision in St. Joe in January of this year, has been charged with murder.
    The accident occurred at 5:32 p.m. on Highway 412 (St. Joe Road) approximately four miles east of Raywick.

  • ‘Every child deserves to wear a crown’

    “We believe that every child in our district deserves to wear a crown,” Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser said during last week’s grand opening of the Crown Center. “So, when you come to the Crown Center, you’re going to be the king or queen of learning.”

  • Career co-ops open eyes of MCHS students

    While most Marion County High School students enjoyed the fruits of fall break, such as sleeping in and hanging out with friends, there were 18 students who were getting a glimpse at what their future career might look like as an engineer.
    This year, 18 MCHS students in Greg Conley’s Project Lead the Way class completed co-ops at various industries and businesses. The students get paid $100 for the week, but their experience is much more valuable than the money they earn, Conley said.

  • Lebanon native inducted into Broadcasters Hall of Fame

    Dave Thompson was sitting at home when he got the call, and by the time he hung up, he was stunned.
    He hadn’t worked in radio since 2007, but the caller informed him that he was about to enter the Kentucky Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame.
    “It really surprised me because that was the last thing I had really thought about,” he said. “You kind of think of that as something won by executives or something like that.”

  • The Legend of Sleepy Hollow comes to Lebanon

    Students have been working tirelessly for the last two months preparing for the production of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and have already held four performances. The legend continues, however, starting this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. at Kentucky Classic Arts at Centre Square in Lebanon. Tickets for the show are $10 for adults and $5 for children.

  • A monk for a day

     

  • 11-30-16 Church Briefs

    Advent Prayer Day
    St. Catharine Motherhouse, near Springfield, is hosting an Advent Prayer Day on Saturday, Dec. 3,  10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Everyone is welcome. Come and experience Advent rituals and customs, Lectio Divina with Advent readings, silence, meditation (with instruction if needed), meditative walk on the campus and more. For more information, call Sr. Mary Otho Ballard, 859-481-6238. A simple lunch is provided. The cost is a donation. Registration is necessary. Call or email Doreen Josephs,  502-239-3966 or djosephs@twc.com.

  • KSP hosts annual Lift with a Trooper event