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Today's News

  • Showdown at the Roby Dome

    On Saturday, Marion County High School will host the second annual Autism Awareness Classic. The day will get started with the first of seven games at 11 a.m., and will be capped off by a pair of Marion County Lady Knights and Knights games.

  • Gadberry to umpire in Indianapolis

    Recently, Lebanon resident Van Gadberry was selected to be an umpire in the Little League Softball Central Region Tournament that will be held in Indianapolis, Ind., from July 21-26, 2012. After umpiring on the local level for the past five years, Gadberry applied for this position, and after a rigorous selection process, was notified that he had been selected.

  • Game Plan, Jan. 11-17

    Jan. 12
    Swimming
    The Marion County Aqua Knights vs. Taylor, Campbellsville and Nelson (Home)

    Jan. 13
    Basketball
    Knights vs. Campbellsville (Home)

    Jan. 14
    Basketball
    Lady Knights vs. Manual in the Autism Classic (Home)
    Knights vs. Central Hardin in the Autism Classic (Home)

    Jan. 17
    Basketball
    Lady Knights and Knights vs. Adair County (Away)

  • Top 20 match up

    There is a game coming up at Marion County High School in just a mere three days that I have been waiting for all season. Of course you know by now that I am talking about the scheduled match-up between the Lady Knights and the Lady Crimsons of DuPont Manual.

  • Lady Knights pick up 13th win

    The Marion County Lady Knights varsity team traveled to Lexington Saturday to take on the 11th ranked team in the state of Kentucky, Lexington Catholic.  After a hard fought first quarter, the Lady Knights wore down their opponent with swarming defensive pressure and put the game away to push their season record to 13-2. This was the Lady Knights final game before their highly anticipated match up with DuPont Manual in the Roby Dome on Saturday night as part of the Autism Awareness Classic.

  • Linescores, Jan. 11

    Thursday at St. Charles
    St. Charles Eighth-Grade 12 (record: 4-14): Dustin Humphrey 10, Caleb Gribbins 2.
    St. A 42
    St. Charles 0 8 2 2 - 12
    St. A 17 4 7 12 - 42

    St. Charles Seventh-Grade 45 (record: 14-4): Cameron Nalley 11, Logan Nalley 10, Caleb Gribbins 9, Landon Russell 4, Cody Browning 3, Chase Edelen 3, Keith Ballard 2, Aams mattingly 2, Dylan Bradshaw 1.
    St. A 21
    St. Charles 10 8 15 12 - 45
    St. A 5 9 4 3 - 21

  • A duck boat with some MoJo

    After weeks of construction work the Ark has been completed. No, it's nothing like the one Noah built. What I'm talking about is a 20-foot aluminum duck boat complete with a custom made duck blind built by Terry, Billy and Ryan, with help from Ryan's mom and dad.
    That's Terry Davis, Ryan Mattingly and Billy Thompson, a.k.a. The Kentucky Duckmen. And you thought all we had was Turtleman!

  • First deer - Lunsford

    Cameron Lunsford, 13, killed her first deer, a doe, on a friends Washington County farm during the Dec. 31 youth hunt.

  • 11-point deer-Morris

    Brandon Morris bagged this 11-point deer on Dec. 31, 2011, with a muzzleloader in Marion County. He is the 14-year-old son of Greg and Michelle Morris.

  • Kroger “Brings Hope to the Table” once again

    Fourteen Kroger stores participated in raising $18,000 for the “Bringing Hope to the Table” promotion (Hardin, Meade, Taylor, Marion, Russell, Wayne, Muhlenberg, Warren and Christian counties). Area Kroger stores partnered with vendors in raising funds to help the food bank feed the hungry in Kentucky’s Heartland.