Today's News

  • MCHS Knights tame Dragons

    The Marion County Knights traveled to Greensburg to take on the Green County Dragons Tuesday of last week. After a close first quarter, the Knights began to pull away and went on to win by 30 points. Sophomore Latrelle Irvin led the scoring for the Knights by putting in 15 points.
    The two teams battled in the first period with neither team leading by more than six points. At the conclusion of the frame the score was knotted at 14. The Knights had six different players score led by sophomore Clay Lanham with four points.

  • Knights defeat Casey County

    The Marion County Knights varsity basketball team traveled to Liberty to play the Casey County Rebels Thursday. After a slow start, the Knights bounced back and outscored the Rebels in each of the final three quarters. The Knights would overcome an early deficit to win the game by 17 points.

  • Aqua Knights defeat Nelson

    The Marion County Aqua Knights swim team hosted Nelson County at the Lebanon Aquatic Center Thursday. In the first meet of the season, Marion County defeated Nelson County by a final score of 78-52. Points were awarded based upon 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place finishes in each event.  
    The Aqua Knights are being led this season by two coaches who have never been involved in swimming. The head coach this season will be Eric King and the assistant coach will be Holly Buckman.

  • Lady Knights slay Lady Dragons

  • Blowout

    The Marion County Knights varsity basketball team went on the road to play the Campbellsville Eagles in a district match-up Friday night. After jumping out to an early lead the Knights never looked back. By halftime Marion County held a 29-point lead, and went on to win by 41 points. The team’s record now stands at 7-1 overall, and 2-0 in district play.

  • Avoid overeating during the holidays


  • Alert: Phishing attack using BBB name strikes again

     The Better Business Bureau is issuing an urgent scam alert cautioning businesses and consumers about an email that is purporting to be from a bbb.org email address about a recently filed complaint.
    The email contains a dangerous attachment regarding a complaint and appears to direct recipients to the BBB website. This is a scam. The BBB does not send complaints as attachments via email.

  • Deadline is Dec. 30 to change party affiliation

  • Greenwell is promoted, awarded in national guard


  • Robbins and Spalding will marry Dec. 30

    Miranda Caldwell Robbins of 1195 Hwy. 1157, Lebanon, and Chuck Spalding of 125C Ashberry Drive, Bardstown, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.
    The bride is the daughter of Larry and Joyce Caldwell of 160 Hwy. 1157, Lebanon. She is a graduate of Transylvania University and Eastern Kentucky University and is a rehab manager at Cedars of Lebanon and Village of Lebanon.