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Today's News

  • Board and community advisory committee nominations sought

    The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky is now accepting nominations for qualified persons to join its Board of Directors and Community Advisory Committee (CAC).  The 15-member Board and 31 member CAC are the Foundation’s governing bodies.  

  • Disappointment on the Diamond

    The Marion County Knights baseball team traveled to Taylor County High School on May 22, playing the Adair County Indians in the first round of the 20th District Tournament. After a hard fought battle that went into extra innings, the Knights fell short, 2-1, taking away their chance to compete in the championship game and the regional tournament. With this loss, Marion County finishes the season with a 15-18 record.
    Adair County 2, Marion County 1

  • Soccer tryouts in Nelson County

    Nelson County Elite will have tryouts for U-12 girls interested in playing competitive soccer for 2012-fall season. Scheduled date for tryouts are 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., June 5-6, at Dean Watts Park. Martin Bodkin, National C License Coach, will coach team. Point of Contact is Jamie Blanford at (502) 331-1595 or email jwblanfo@dishmail.net.

  • Sweet and sour

    Well, as you can tell from the title, I have something good to write about this week and something I would rather not have to write about. Let's start with the good.

  • The Game Plan, May 30

    May 30
    Softball
    5th Region Championship Game (Home)

    Baseball
    5th Region Championship Game (E'town)

    May 30-31
    MCHS Baseball Camp
     

  • May moves to Morthland

    Marion County High School will soon be without an athletic trainer once again as current athletic trainer Jennifer May pursues another job opportunity at Morthland College in West Frankfort, Ill.
    After the departure of Glen Richardson in May of 2011, the Marion County School System agreed to an annual contract with KORT physical therapy of Lebanon. May was hired by KORT, and then appointed to be the athletic trainer at Marion County High School. May's first day at Marion County High School was July 25, 2011.

  • Linescores, May 30

    9-10 Year-old LLBB Standings thru 5/23

    Rangers   8-2
    Reds        5-2
    Angels      5-5
    Red Sox    3-6
    Orioles      2-8

  • New coaches at MCHS

  • Team Grundy and Young succeed

    Well, it finally happened! After several bass tournaments where we didn't do so good, the team of Grundy and Young came through.
    It started early and never did let up. At first light a booya buzz bait paid excellent dividends. Even though John hates the rhythmic clack of the buzz bait the bass loved it and we were well on the way to an impressive limit. The bass loved it and we were well on the way to an impressive limit. Yep, 20 minutes and we...or rather I...had two bass at an estimated eight pounds.

  • The 4-day 400 Mile Sale is longer than ever

    From May 31 to June 3, hundreds of yard sales will set up all along historic Hwy. 68 from the Ohio/Kentucky border near Old Washington to Sharpe, Kentucky just south of Paducah near the Illinois/Kentucky border. This year, the route has expanded to include a section of Hwy 641, which starts in Paris, Tenn., and travels north through Puryear, Hazel and Murray before connecting with Hwy. 68 in Aurora.