Today's News

  • State police investigating Casey Avenue hold-up

    A Lebanon woman was at home Monday morning when a masked man with a gun approached her in her garage and demanded money.

    April Litsey of 340 Casey Avenue in Lebanon had just pulled into her garage when the incident occurred around 10 a.m. Monday, according to the Kentucky State Police. Litsey gave the man an unspecified amount of money and then he fled the scene on foot.

  • Knights win district soccer title

    The Marion County Knights won the 18th District soccer championship Thursday night.

    The Knights defeated the Taylor County Cardinals, 5-1, in a match at Marion County High School to claim the title.

    The Marion County boys (16-6) open the 5th Region tournament on at 6 p.m. Monday against the Nelson County Cardinals at North Hardin High School. The winner will face John Hardin at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23.

    In the 18th District girls championship, the LaRue County Lady Hawks defeated the Marion County Lady Knights, 2-1.

  • Local woman recovering after accident on KY 208

    Kentucky State Police Trooper Morris Farris is investigating a collision that occurred at 5:48 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 16, on KY 208, three miles west of Lebanon. Linda Spalding, 73, was traveling east on KY 208 when she ran off the right shoulder and struck a ditch, which caused the vehicle to overturn. Spalding was wearing a seat belt but was transported to Spring View Hospital where she is being treated for non-life threatening injuries. Trooper Farris was assisted at the scene by members of the Marion County Sheriff's Department and Marion County EMS.

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  • Now is not a good time to cut alfalfa for hay


  • Nine die on Kentucky roadways last week

    Preliminary statistics* indicate that nine people died as the result of injuries sustained in nine motor vehicle-related crashes on Kentucky’s roadways from Monday, Oct. 7 through Sunday, Oct. 13.
    Two single-fatality motor vehicle crashes occurred in Lawrence County. One of the victims was not wearing a seat belt and the crash involved the suspected use of alcohol.

  • Chipper Monks

    The concept of non-attachment is an important part of Buddhist philosophy. In spite of that, many Marion Countians couldn’t help feeling close to the seven monks from the Labrang Tashi Kyil Monastery who visited the community last week.

    “It’s been a true blessing, and I wish they would be here for a month, forever,” said Mary Batt, who hosted the monks during their stay.

  • 10-16-13 Public Record

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  • 10-16-13 Police Log

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    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is (270) 692-5529.