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Today's News

  • School board meets Tuesday

     The Marion County Board of Education is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 10, at the central office building, 755 E. Main Street in Lebanon.

    The agenda for that meeting includes the following:

    • Election of chairperson and vice-chairperson

    • Communications

    - Superintendent's report

    -Student drug testing report – Tim Lyons

    -Summer feeding report – Diane Evans

    -21st Century Program report – Diane Evans

    - Finance report – Superintendent Schlosser

  • Fiscal court meets today

    The Marion County Fiscal Court is scheduled to meet in regular session at 4 p.m. Thursday, June 5, on the second floor of the David R. Hourigan Government Building.

    The agenda includes the following:

    • Minutes of the court's May 24 special meeting

    • FY2014-15 County Road Aid Cooperative Agreement and Resolution 

    • Second reading of FY2014-2015 Marion County budget

  • Paula Walston is new WMES Principal

    Paula Walston, who was been a reading teacher at Lebanon Elementary School since August of 2002, achieved a life-long goal Thursday evening, June 5, when she was selected to become the West Marion Elementary School Principal.
    The WMES SBDM Council held a special-called meeting Thursday at 5:15 p.m., and after meeting for approximately 45 minutes in closed session, the council reconvened in open session and unanimously voted to hire Walston as principal.

  • Wilbert plastic soon seeking more employees in Lebanon

     

  • A little goes a long way

     With Marion County High School’s sports programs in hibernation at the moment, I am left dipping my thoughts and hands into the hidden world of athletic activities in Marion County. While I do like putting a focus on some of the lesser known activities, it means I have to work just a little bit harder. I have to approach these activities from a completely different angle than I did at the high school. 

    It also means the beat of the rhythm I have been dancing to has changed.

  • Softball coach resigns

    In seven years, the Marion County Lady Knights have had three coaches. Next year, they’ll have a fourth.

    On May 28, Lady Knights Softball Coach Todd Spalding resigned from his leadership role. In an email to The Lebanon Enterprise and school officials, Spalding said his continuation as coach would not be beneficial to the team. 

  • Bark Bash is June 28 in Bardstown

    Bardstown is going to the dogs June 28, at the first annual “Bark Bash” fundraising event to benefit Barktown Rescue and Bourbon City Bark Park.
    Wickland, 550 Bloomfield Road in Bardstown, is the place to be Saturday, June 28, from 7:30 p.m. to midnight, rain or shine!
    The event will feature a silent auction, various raffle games, catering by Lady Fingers and music by Bardstown’s own, Big Black Cadillac. Each ticket includes entry to the event, food, and two drink tickets. A cash bar will be available.

  • Track team ends season at state

    The Marion County High School Track Team completed its season at the KHSAA state track meet last week. Now that the season has come to an end, one can reflect on the team’s performance. 

    The team’s coach, Daniel Johnson, said MCHS had has done better than it has in recent years. 

  • Fire and Vine event is June 14

    Grape2Go LLC and WhiteMoon Winery of Lebanon will be hosting its first "Fire and Vine" event to benefit the Kentucky Arts and Theatre. The event is planned for Saturday, June 14, from 7-9 p.m. on the grounds of WhiteMoon Winery located at 25 Arthur Mattingly Road in Lebanon.

  • Tennis season includes many good moments

    After a raging rise to the top, the Marion County tennis team ended their season standing tall. The boys finished 18-5 and the girls ended their run 15-7. 

    Tennis Coach Landon Williams said the team’s depth really helped them along the way this year.