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Today's News

  • Kentucky Public Retirees Conference is June 12-13

     The annual conference of Kentucky Public Retirees (KPR) is planned for June 12-13 at the Holiday Inn in Louisville at I-64 and Hurstbourne Lane. Public employees and retirees who receive benefits from any of the three systems covered by the Kentucky Retirement Systems, Kentucky Employees Retirement System, County Employees Retirement System and State Police Retirement System, are encouraged to attend.

  • Johnson fills in at International Trumpet Guild Conference
  • Marion County Public Schools 2014 Summer Feeding open sites
  • Boy Scouts help with Crusade for Children

     Boy Scouts Troop 114 participates in Crusade for Children Troop 114 participated in Crusade for Children with New Hope Volunteer Fire Deptartment on May 20. Pictured are Carter Ballard, Elton Vandermeir, Dakota Dillander and Cameron Dillander.

  • Are you a citizen?

    By Josh Hicks

     America no doubt has a serious border issue, illegals are flooding over the southern border without any hindrance what so ever. And many are declaring themselves “Americans” simply because they have now entered into the United States. 

  • Vacation Bible School at Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church

     Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church is having Vacation Bible School for children age toddler through sixth grade June 9-14 from 6-8:30 p.m. Call 270-402-1123 for more information or find us on the web at muldraughhill.org and on Facebook. Saturday June 14 will be family night featuring Christian magician David Garrard. There will be games for the kids as well as food for everyone as the children celebrate all they have learned. 

  • Come and See Week

     The Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand, Ind., invite single Catholic women ages 18-40 who have ever considered being a nun, to come live the life with us for a weeklong experience June 27-July 3. This Come and See Week will give participants an in-depth look at their life. Those who come will experience prayer, work and recreation. There will also be retreat time for personal prayer and faith sharing. For more information or to register online, visit www.thedome.org/vocations, call Sister Michelle Sinkhorn at 812-367-1411, or email vocation@thedome.org.

  • Calendar, June 11

     UPCOMING

    Father’s Day Jam

    There will be a Father’s Day Jam from 6-11 p.m. Sunday, June 15, at the V.F.W. post in Lebanon. There will be three DJ’s, DJ Cool, DJ Brown the Entertainer and Bardstown’s Finest DJ Ronnie G. There will be a free CD giveaway and chances taken for door prizes. 

    Planning and Zoning

  • Mock Avenue man gets 20 years for burglary

     Eugene H. Owens, 38, of 237 Mock Avenue Apt. 2 in Lebanon was sentenced to 20 years in prison in Marion Circuit Court recently for second-degree burglary, receiving stolen property (firearm), second-degree persistent felony offender, and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon. 

    That sentence will be served consecutively to his five-year sentence for charges of possession of a handgun by a convicted felon and third-degree burglary, for which his probation was revoked.

     

  • Public record, June 11

     New drivers

    NOTICE: Any permit holder wishing to take the road test can call 270-692-2681 to schedule an appointment.

    Prepaid fines

    James D. Allen, 207 Lincoln View Apartments, Lebanon, failure to wear seat belts, $25.

    Barry N. Richerson, 204 Boldrick Avenue, Lebanon, failure to wear seat belts, $25.