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Today's News

  • Wagner is hired as tourism administrative assistant

    Carla Wagner has been hired as the administrative assistant for the Lebanon Tourist and Con-vention Commission bureau. Wagner is replacing Nena Tharp, who is now assistant director for the Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bureau.

  • Paul Childers Band participates in holiday special airing Christmas morning
  • McHolan is new sales manager

    Southern States and Springfield Service, Springfield, are pleased to welcome Mike McHolan as a new Territory Sales Manager for Washington, Marion and Nelson County and the surrounding area. In his new role, McHolan will be responsible for sales of all product lines, including feed, fertilizer, seed and ag chemicals, to customers in central Kentucky.
    McHolan has served Southern States customers since 1994, with the past 12 years in Management and Field Sales. He is a resident of western Boyle County, where his family has farmed for several generations.

  • Family Video wins Dickens Parade Award
  • Engagement

    Mike and Kathy Shannon of Lebanon announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Rose Wilkerson, to William Anthony Gootee, son of Tony and Jan Gootee of Loretto.
    Wilkerson is a 2004 graduate of Marion County High School, 2006 graduate of St. Catharine College, a 2007 graduate of Spalding University and is attending Campbellsville University. She is employed at Lebanon Elementary School.
    Gootee is a 2007 graduate of Marion County High School and employed at Peterson Farms.

  • Anniversary

    William Smith and Helen Mays will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a reception for family and friends.
    The couple was married Dec. 26, 1950, by the Rev. Boyce S. Jones in Gravel Switch.
    Helen, the former Helen Imogene Lanham, retired from Fruit of the Loom in 1995 with approximately 30 years of service.
    Smith retired from General Electric in 1991 with 35 years.
    They have three children: William David (Melody) Mays, Gloria (Mickey) Hill and Janice (Buddy) Robertson.

  • Campbellsville graduates 136 in December commencement

    Campbellsville Univer-sity’s 136 undergraduate and graduate students were told to seize opportunities when they come their way at commencement Friday, Dec. 10 at Campbellsville Baptist Church.
    The following students have been awarded degrees from Campbellsville University:
    Chase Summers Burdette of Lebanon, a graduate of Marion County High School, the son of Lewis and Debbie Burdette of Lebanon. The student graduated with a bachelor of science in mathematics.
    Elizabeth Claire Turner of Lebanon graduated with a master of arts in special education.

  • Students win with the Lottery in 2010 without ever buying a ticket

    Students in central Kentucky last year received nearly $55 million in college scholarships and grants paid for by Kentucky Lottery proceeds. This is according to newly-released figures from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA). These funds were used to award more than 35,500 scholarships and grants to Central Kentucky students.
    Statewide, more than $189.4 million in Kentucky Lottery proceeds paid for more than 122,700 scholarships and grants awarded during the 2010 fiscal year.

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