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Today's News

  • Boys 5th Region tournament semifinals are set

     Elizabethtown and Taylor County were the winners on the first day of the boys 5th Region Tournament Thursday at Marion County High School. On Friday night, John Hardin and Bardstown advanced.

    Thursday, Elizabethtown topped LaRue County, 64-48, and Taylor County squeezed by Thomas Nelson, 60-59.

    Friday, John Hardin defeated Green County, 58-47, and Bardstown won its game with Adair County, 55-41.

  • A little on the culture of sports

     By Harry Toder

  • Be careful about who you take hunting, fishing with you

     It’s been kind of a blah week with very little going on. However, after last week’s article, I did secure two more farms to hunt coyotes on!

    So where are these farms? Well, they’re in Marion County! Ya didn’t actually think I’d put it in print, did ya? Not because I don’t want to share. It’s because I don’t want to burden landowners with having everyone calling them about hunting their property, and OK, I don’t really want to share.

  • Lady Knights fall to LaRue County in regional semifinals

    The Marion County Lady Knights lost in the girls 5th Region semifinals to LaRue County, 65-54, Saturday night. 

    LaRue County will face Elizabethtown Sunday at Nelson County High School for the 5th Region championship. Elizabethtown defeated Nelson County, 66-39, in the first 5th Region semifinal.

  • Judicial center, library are closed today

    The Marion County Judicial Center and the Marion County Public Library will be closed today, Monday, March 3.

    Marion County Circuit Clerk Kim May said all cases that were scheduled for today have been reset for 9 a.m. Friday, March 7.

    The library announced on its Facebook page that it will be closed due to the poor driving conditions throughout the county and slick condition of the library's parking lot. The library will delete any overdue fines that may result from the closure.

  • Marion County schools will be open on a one-hour delay Thursday

    Marion County Schools will be open Thursday, March 6, on one-hour delay, according to Superintendent Taylora Schlosser.

    Marion County schools also will be using the Plan B bus routes, but there will be no preschool Thursday.

    Plan B routes can be found here http://marion.kyschools.us/docs/district/depts/16/2013-14%20school%20year%20plan%20b%20route.pdf.

  • Honoring Tanner Strong

    On Tuesday, Feb 26, Marion County High School held a memorial for Jeffrey Tanner Strong. Strong, who died in an accident last week, was remembered by his church, family and peers from MCHS. After students read their memories about Strong, they walked a lap around the track and had a balloon release.

    See more photos in next week's edition of The Lebanon Enterprise.
     

  • Lady Knights win district title

    The Marion County Lady Knights have successfully defended their title as the girls 20th District champions.

    Friday night, Marion County defeated the Adair County Lady Indians, 59-51, in the district finals at the Roby Dome.

    Marion County defeated Campbellsville, 60-32, in the first semifinal match-up. Adair County topped Taylor County, 58-41, in the other semifinal to set up the championship game.

    Both Marion County (15-14) and Adair County (18-10) will advance to the 5th Region Tournament. 

  • Game Plan, Feb. 26

     Feb. 26

    Basketball 

    Boys 20th District Tournament: 

    Taylor County vs. Campbellsville at MCHS, 7 p.m.

    Feb. 27

    Basketball 

    Boys 20th District Tournament: 

    Marion County vs. Adair County at MCHS, 7 p.m.

  • Jaguars evade Lady Knights

    The Marion County Lady Knights rehashed old history with the Mercy Academy Jaguars on Feb. 19. The Lady Knights lost 56-51 on their own turf and the game marks the end of their regular season.

    “[I’m] very proud of the way we played all year overall,” Epps said. “We had some highs and some lows, but overall it was a good year. We got better at some areas that we struggled with early, but still have a high ceiling in the future.”