Today's News

  • Hospital earns “Top Performer” status
  • Remembering Deputy Rakes

    Nov. 14 marked a year since Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy Anthony Rakes was shot and killed during a traffic stop right outside city limits on Danville Highway.
    But, for Rakes’ two sisters, time has not healed their broken hearts.
    “It doesn’t feel any differently than it did a year ago,” Anita Elder said, starting to cry. “My heart still aches. It hurts so bad.”

  • 11-13-13 Church Briefs

    Clothes closet
    Brookhaven Baptist Mission, located at 135 St. Ann Street, is having a clothes closet every Saturday from 1-3 p.m. For more information call Carla Ramiraz at (270) 699-5471.

    Prayer Day

  • On a van with the nuns


  • Lady Knights rebounding after state title season

    After a blazing hot 39-0 season, the Marion County Lady Knights will start the 2013-2014 season the same way they did last year - by playing against the George Rogers Clark Lady Cardinals.
    While this may seem like a familiar start, there have been some major changes for the Lady Knights.
    Former Lady Knights Coach Trent Milby accepted a coaching position at Berea College. After his departure, former boys basketball coach Anthony Epps was named as the Lady Knights new head coach in September.

  • 11-13-13 Police Log

    Got a lead?
    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is 270-692-5529.

  • Clearing corn could bring deer into the open

    The first weekend of deer season, big guns, and the weather was great. So great in fact that most farmers were getting their beans and corn in. Of course the deer are used to farm equipment and just sorta “move over a little” when it comes by.
    Fact is that when they first harvest corn the deer sorta “stand around” like they’re disoriented. It’s like they’re saying “what happened to my house, it was here yesterday?”
    It’s a great hunting opportunity, but only for a few days.

  • Marion County team takes second in Commonwealth Cup tourney

    Marion County Youth Soccer Teams Orange and Blue (travel-recreational youth soccer teams) recently played in the Commonwealth Cup, which included teams from across Kentucky.
    The Blues were given a trophy and medallions for finishing as the runner-up in the tournament.
    According to a bracket provided by Kentucky Youth Soccer, the Blues played three games before making it to final round against the Fern Creek Thunder team. They fell in the final round, 3-0.

  • 11-13-13 Public Record

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  • Go bananas over these recipes