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Today's News

  • Lady Knights can't stop Boyle

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  • Lady Knights take their lumps

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  • Knights face big test

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  • Boys’ soccer still looking for a win

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  • Reality Check

    Have you heard the latest one about President Barack Obama? It's not a joke, really. It's also, not really new, either. A small, but vocal group has been repeating it as long as it appeared Obama was on his way to becoming President. I'm referring to the claims being made by the so-called "birthers" who have managed to convince themselves that the President is not a "natural born citizen." It's a ridiculous claim. It's just as ridiculous as believing that 9/11 was an inside job orchestrated by the government. Both claims are disprovable.

  • Boys golf shoots 305

    The Marion County High School boys golf team came out firing Saturday at the Garrard County Invitational. Despite shooting their best score in the last 24 years, they could have done even better.

    Head Coach Freddie Leathers said the team’s 305 was the best score he’s seen since he began coaching the team in 1986.

  • Gospel music coming to Centre Square Saturday

    Norma McClarnon is a fan of southern gospel music, and she's hopeful the music will become the foundation for a new annual event in Marion County.

    "I want people to enjoy it," she said. "That's the main thing."

    McClarnon said she spoke with Chris Hamilton, the Lebanon tourism director, and he encouraged her to organize the first Heart of Kentucky Christian Music Festival. She added that the Lebanon Tourism and Convention Commission is also sponsoring the event.

  • Honor worthy

    "There will never be another war like World War II," said Clyde Cecil, a U.S. Army veteran of that conflict.

    "That's what they said about World War I," replied Ben Browning, a U.S. Navy veteran.

    "No, they said that was the war to end all wars," Cecil said.

  • Ham Days grand marshal and honorary grand marshals announced

    Coyote Calhoun, this year's grand marshal for the Spring View Hospital Pigasus Parade, has been rockin' for 40 years since his dad, who was the general manager of KBIX in Muskogee, Okla., put him on the air working 7 a.m. to midnight at the age of 15. He's been rockin' ever since.

    Coyote Calhoun started his radio career in 1969, and later was a top 40 jock that achieved early success. He then moved on to the country music scene and joined WAMZ in Louisville in 1980, and has received dozens of national awards, including being inducted into the Country Music D. J.

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