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Today's News

  • Soccer seasons in review

    Coming within inches of accomplishing their goal of winning the district championship, the Marion County Lady Knights wrapped up their season of ups and downs with a record of 6-12-3. 

    “We got as close as you could get,” Lady Knights Coach Devin Johnson said.

  • Is bass fishing the next high school sport?

    This month’s FLW (Forrest L. Wood) magazine had something very interesting in it. Seems that now, Kentucky is only the second state to “officially” recognize bass fishing as a sanctioned high school sport. Just like football, basketball, baseball, and all the other sports.

    Well, almost like other sports. You see, this bass fishing won’t make money. There is no paid admission to watch a bass tournament.

  • Brahm wins 2700 meters

    The Marion County cross country team competed in the Campbellsville All-Comers Meet on Oct. 17. 

    Marion County ‘s Laurel Brahm won in the girls 2700 meter run. Brahm finished with an overall time of 11:05. Maddie Riley of Campbellsville finished second, three seconds behind Brahm.

    The final total time for Marion County was 1:05:05 with an average of 13:01. Taylor County’s overall time was 1:03:50 with an average time of 12:46.

  • St. Charles Middle vs OKH

    CAA Finals, Oct. 23

    In a battle to the very end, SCMS was defeated by OKH 32-25.

    “Had a good run this year with the girls of St. Charles. No regrets. Very proud of every one of them and I am already excited about next year. Look forward to working more with the sixth grade and will see the seventh at the high school for freshman team. We came up short tonight but you are all winners to me.,” Coach Kenny Mills said.

  • Industrial basketball tourney is Dec. 27-29

    The Lebanon Elementary FRC will be hosting its annual Industrial Basketball Tournament at Lebanon Middle School during the weekend of Dec. 27-29.

  • Top brass

    Marion County Band Director Curtis Bennett has seen a lot of growth by the Marching Knights since the start of the season.
    “It’s probably the most drastic improvement I’ve seen in a group ever,” Bennett said after Marion County’s performance in the Class AAAA semifinals Saturday at South Oldham. “We played ourselves into a shot at the finals. Most groups can’t say that.”

  • Turn your clocks back

    It's that time again. Time to fall back. At 2 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 3, the time will fall back one hour. Don't forget to change your clocks.

  • JROTC invites veterans, families to program

    The Marion County High School JROTC is hosting a Veterans Day program at 1 p.m. Nov. 11 in the Roby Dome.
    All veterans, their families and the public are invited to attend. The theme of this year’s program will be the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Lebanon.
     

  • UCCO seeks help with annual Thanksgiving meal

    The United Concerned Citizens Organization will be hosting its 11th annual Henry L. Bell Thanksgiving Outreach from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 28, at Centre Square in Lebanon.
    To prepare for this event, the UCCO is seeking help from Marion County residents and businesses, churches and organizations. The UCCO will accept food and drinks, money, or other contributions to help with the event and organization expenses.
    Volunteers are also needed to cook, transport people and food, decorating, dining, advertising and correspondence, and clean up.

  • It’s time to clean up for winter