Today's News

  • 7-6-16 Senior Citizens Menus

    Wednesday, July 6: baked ham, baked sweet potato, black-eyed peas, mandarin oranges, and cornbread.
    Thursday, July 7: closed.
    Friday, July 8: salmon patty, baby limas beans, coleslaw, brownie, and cornbread.
    Monday, July 11: meatloaf, roasted potatoes and carrots, fruit cup, and whole wheat bread.
    Tuesday, July 12: Layered salad with turkey and peas, crackers, chocolate pudding, and raisins.
    Wednesday, July 13: hot beef sandwich, gravy, mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli, congeal strawberry dessert, and whole wheat bread.

  • Local singer pursuing music career

    When Anne Marie Riney, 29, graduated from Marion County High School as the valedictorian of her class in 2005, she said she planned to make a career out of her voice.
    This month, she will release her first single, “BYE,” and she’s currently finishing her first album while living in The Music City - Nashville, Tennessee.
    “Good things take time,” Riney said. “It takes like 10 years to really break through the industry.”

  • 7-6-16 Birth Announcement


    Mark and Ann Michelle Trailor of Lebanon announce the birth of an 8-pound son, Landon James Trailor, born May 30, 2016 at Spring View Hospital, Lebanon.
    Maternal grandparents are Richie and Mary Ann Yates of Lebanon. Paternal grandparents are P.J. and Charlene Trailor of Bradfordsville. Great-grandmothers are Josephine Jarboe and Joan Trailor, both of Lebanon.
    Landon James has a brother, Weston.

  • Escape Lebanon has ribbon-cutting and grand opening June 30
  • Bear travels through Marion County

    By McKenna Dosier
    Summer Intern

    There have been several social media postings about a black bear being sighted throughout the Calvary area.
    Ashley Caldwell Morgan said she saw the bear in front of Calvary Church early last week around 8 p.m. She said she almost hit it as it crossed the road and went down the driveway toward her neighbor's house. She turned around, going back to her house to warn her children to go inside.

  • Sky is the limit for Marion County Beta

    Zachary Brady of Lebanon Middle School stood in front of almost 13,000 people at the National Junior Beta Convention in New Orleans. He wasn’t nervous. He had already introduced himself to a large number of students, telling them jokes, telling them to believe in the mythical creature known as the “Zachsquatch.”
    With a campaign that could rival the most popular politicians, Brady set himself apart from the rest who were vying for the position of national secretary.  

  • Marion County Fair pageant results...
  • Documentary coming to KET

    On July 11 and throughout the month of July, KET will begin airing “Igniting the Flame of Curiosity,” the story of the Governor’s Scholars Program (GSP), the latest film presentation from Michael Breeding MEDIA.

  • EKU spring dean’s list honors are announced

    Eastern Kentucky University has announced that 3,279 students earned dean’s list honors for the spring 2016 semester.
    The list includes: Samantha Jo Garrett, Martha Cristine Valencia, both of Bradfordsville, Alesha Nicole Elder, Stephanie Ann Farmer, Abby Catherine Hamilton, Johannah Claire Leake, Brianna Nicole Miles, Bailey Anna Spalding, Valerie Marie Mattingly, Mitchell Morgan Taylor, all of Lebanon, Lydia Ann Fogle, Haley Nicole Mattingly, Morgan Ellen Mattingly, all of Loretto, and Barbara Michelle Thompson of St. Francis.

  • Gov. Bevin visits Lebanon

    State and local officials gathered in the Spring View Hospital lobby Tuesday, June 28, to welcome Gov. Matt Bevin for a ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 20. Speakers included the Spring View Hospital CEO Tim Trottier, State Sen. Jimmy Higdon, Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton and Gov. Bevin.
    They discussed how SB 20 would affect hospitals across the state.