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Today's News

  • Frozen Toffee Pie is dangerously delicious

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  • Jets Over Kentucky to land in Lebanon soon

    Jets Over Kentucky Week kicks off with free flying for pilots July 4-8 at the Lebanon-Springfield Airport just outside downtown Lebanon. This radio-controlled jet show is a Kentucky Tourism Council Top 10 Summer Event and is expected to draw nearly 200 pilots from all over the U.S. and three other countries.

  • Wilcher and Gibson win Member Guest tourney

    The Lebanon Country Club hosted their member guest tournament on Saturday and Sunday with Bobby Wilcher and Gary Gibson winning the overall tournament.

    Wilcher and Gibson shot a 63 on Saturday and were four strokes behind leaders Jerry Reynolds and Ed Dennison.

    On Sunday, the duo shot the day's lowest score at 98 for a combined score of 162.

    The tournament consisted of four rounds of nine holes each.

  • Hill wins at Rosewood

    The Kentucky Senior Amateur Tour came to Lebanon last week and Chris D. Hill came away a winner.

    Hill shot a 75 at Rosewood on Thursday to earn 450 points in the Senior Amateur Golf Tour. Hill is the overall leader in the championship flight division with 2,700 points. His nearest rival, Stacy Russell, has 775 points. The championship flight includes golfers with a 0 to 3.9 handicap.

    Jim Rollins finished second in the championship flight with an 82. He earned 275 points and moved into third place overall in the tour standings.

  • Bourbon and BBQ event gets tourism's support

    Bourbon and BBQ are two things Kentucky is known for worldwide and next month a new event in Lebanon will cater to both.

    The Kentucky Bourbon and BBQ Musicfest, a new event being organized by the Marion County Chamber of Commerce and the Lebanon Main Street Committee, will be held July 30-31. The event got a big shot in the arm Monday when the Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission voted to give an $8,500 grant toward the event.

  • A Simple Man

    Today (June 17) I had the honor to bid farewell to a wonderful man by the name of Mark Mattingly. He was a big man, with a bold laugh, and was always involved with the City of Loretto. He also worked for Makers Mark in Loretto. I have known Mark for many years, and knew he was very involved with the community, but I in no way realized how much. He did what was expected of him, and did it well. Then he kind of faded into life! He never once expected recognition; just a simple thank you did it for him.

  • Baseball team announces award winners

    The Marion County High School baseball team recently announced their postseason awards at their banquet.

    Earning the Most Valuable Player award were Paul Spalding and Devin Spalding.

    The Gold Glove award went to Joe Lewis while Devin Spalding won Pitcher of the Year.

    The QAB award went to Eric Farmer, who also won the Off Season Warrior award.

    Michael Costello won the 110 percent award while Joe Lewis won the Coaches award.

    The Freshman Team award went to Justin Lark and the Junior Varsity Team award went to Aaron Hamilton.

  • Restoring a right to participate

    Thursday, State Sen. Jimmy Higdon, State Rep. Terry Mills and the Rev. Jim Graf greeted convicted felons at the Marion County Library. Only a few people showed up, but the reason they were there will likely have at least some interest to many in our community.

    Convicted felons lose their right to vote, but, after they have served their time and paid all their fines, fees and restitution, they may have that right restored.

  • Pet of the Week

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  • Be consistent on open government

    As both a former journalist and public official, I read with more than a passing interest the recent story, editorial, and column concerning the actions of the Marion County Board of Education.