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Today's News

  • Building healthy soil produces healthy food

     

  • Spotting, wilting of tobacco plants are statewide

     

  • Be careful with the big bass

     I heard a very disturbing story the other day. When talking to a potential member of our Puddle Jumpers I mentioned we’d be fishing Spurlington Lake.

    The guy asked if there were any big bass left in the lake. I told him I saw an 8 to 10 pounder in the shallows last year, but didn’t catch it! Also told him one of our Puddle Jumper anglers, Michael Veatch, caught a monster out of there last year.

  • 6-25-14 Pet of the Week
  • New details released in Raywick murder investigation

    David Litsey Jr. was 22 years old when he died Nov. 9, 2012. He would have turned 24 last week.
    The trial for the man accused of killing him is scheduled for July 14, although the trial has been rescheduled multiple times already.
    Christopher Gribbins, 47, of 821 Dangerfield Road in Hodgenville remains in custody at the Marion County Detention Center, while his trial is pending. Gribbins is the owner of the Raywick Bar and Grill, where Litsey was shot. Litsey later died at Spring View Hospital.

  • County committee nomination period began June 15

    The nomination period for the Marion County Farm Service Agency (FSA) county committees began June 15.
    To be eligible to serve on an FSA county committee, a person must participate or cooperate in a program administered by FSA, be eligible to vote in a county committee election and reside in the local administrative area where the person is nominated.

  • Donation for Edlin

    On June 16, the Loretto Youth League gathered together on their last day of games to present a plaque along with $300 raised for Kyle Edlin. Unfortunately, Edlin was unable to attend the meeting, though spirits were still high for him. 

    Shown are the various teams of the youth league who renamed themselves after Edlin. They stopped to pose on the baseball field with Edlin’s plaque and the money they collected. 

  • Donation for Edlin

    On June 16, the Loretto Youth League gathered together on their last day of games to present a plaque along with $300 raised for Kyle Edlin. Unfortunately, Edlin was unable to attend the meeting, though spirits were still high for him. 

    Shown are the various teams of the youth league who renamed themselves after Edlin. They stopped to pose on the baseball field with Edlin’s plaque and the money they collected. 

  • Fast times at Cedars of Lebanon Nursing Home

    Cedars of Lebanon Nursing Home residents were recently treated to a visit by Steven Peterson and "LOAD'EM UP Racing." The visit was organized by Communicare Specialized Services staff, who worked with Peterson to bring his racecar to the nursing home on June 6. The residents were quite impressed.

  • Braves win 8U division

     The Lebanon Car World Braves finished the regular season 12-2 and won the tournament, putting their overall record at 15-2 in the Marion County Little League 8U baseball division. Front row (from left): Drew Morgan, Wesley Followell, Bailey Followell, Eli Walton, Aiden Mudd and Austin Wise. Middle row: Jaden Hawkins, Brady Hutchins, Evan Brown, Timothy Bland and Alexis Martinez. Back row: Assistant Coach Brad Hutchins, Head Coach J.R. Followell and Bookkeeper Otha Allen.