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Today's News

  • NTC Inmate Jaycees Club presents check to The Caring Place
  • 3-29-17 Birth Announcement

     

    James Christian Raikes and Kelly Marie Matherly of Lebanon announce the birth of a 7-pound, 14-ounce daughter, Josie May Raikes, born March 17, 2017 at Spring View Hospital, Lebanon.
    Maternal grandparents are Sharon Kitzmiller and Clifford Kitzmiller. Paternal grandparents are Judy Raikes and the late Clarence Jasper Raikes II. Great-grandparents are Robbie Waldridge and Robert Waldridge.
    Josie May has two brothers, Matthew Smith and William Raikes.
     

  • Middle school baseball action

    The Marion County Middle School baseball team faced off with Marion County High School freshmen during a scrimmage recently. Pictured for the freshmen team are Dalton Sallee pitching and Ryan Lee Hayes at first base, for the middle school team, Brice Pirkle and Moises Davenport at bat.
     

  • Grade school recipes from my favorite lunch lady

     

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Knights hand Thomas Nelson another shutout  

    Carly Jo Thomas went 2-3 with three RBI's and Caroline Buckman added two RBI's as Marion County shut out the Thomas Nelson Generals 8-0 on March 20. 
    "I was mostly pleased with that performance," Marion County Head Coach Jonathan Spalding said. 

                 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-R-H
    MCHS    0-2-0-0-4-2-0-8-14
    TNHS    0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-2

    Three-run sixth gives Marion County win

  • Busy week for tennis teams

    Marion County began a busy week of tennis March 20 at Nelson County. 
    Bryce Spalding won his match against PD Hockenzmith 6-3, 6-3 but Zach Sheperson fell to Alex Tucher 0-6, 0-6. In doubles play, Hank Hardin and Colin Abell won 6-2, 6-0, and Gabe Hagan and Bennett Lucas won also 6-2, 6-2. 
    “Gabe and Bennett have been playing really good,” Knights Head Coach Noah Swencki said. “They seem to enjoy it and are picking it up fast.” 

  • Choose the mulch that suits your needs

     

  • TRACK: Marion County competes in second meet

    The Marion County Knights competed in their second meet of the season March 21 in the Boyle County All-Comers Meet. 
    “It was first outdoor meet for our guys team this spring,” Head Coach Daniel Johnson said. “I was really impressed with how Blake Thompson performed in the 300-meter hurdles in his first time in the event. I am excited to get him some more reps in practice and get him in the 110-meter hurdles as well. He was also our top performer in the 100-meter dash.”

  • Farm bureau celebrates National Ag Day March 22

    American agriculture is responsible for providing the necessities of every day life…food, fiber, and clothing. That’s the message Marion County Farm Bureau women’s committee hopes to use as a tool to educate school-aged children the importance of agriculture in everyday life.
    The women’s committee visited elementary schools in the county throughout the week of March 19-24 and read the book of the year “The Most Wonderful Dream” by Mitchell Talle, and other farm books.

  • Vaught’s Views: ‘Everybody is heartbroken’

    Kentucky’s season did not end the way any UK fan, coach or player wanted with the bitter 75-73 loss to North Carolina Sunday in the South Region final. However, don’t forget UK won 32 games, won the SEC regular-season championship and also won the SEC Tournament.
    But let’s also put one myth to rest — or at least try.
    How many times do you read or hear that Kentucky’s one-and-done players only care about the NBA and becoming millionaires? It happens all the time.