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Today's News

  • Make salsa from fresh produce

    I just came in with a basket of vegetables from the garden.

    I have some good ripe tomatoes and some beautiful green peppers, so I'm definitely making fresh salsa.

    I got a decent mess of beans, the purple ones that turn green when you cook them.

    And, of course, I also have a few more zucchini.

    The Fresh Salsa I make is super easy and delicious, great on tortilla chips, or accompanying grilled meat, tacos, etc. I also like it used as a dressing on lettuce for a great salad.

  • A vision becomes a reality

    Margaret Grundy, along with many of her Lebanon High School classmates, took a walk down memory lane Thursday during the grand opening of the Centre Square Cultural and Performing Arts Center.

    Standing in what used to be her sophomore English classroom brought back a lot of memories for Grundy, a member of the Class of 1952.

  • Inmate recaptured

     

    Less than a day after James E. Combs walked away from Marion Adjustment Center, he was apprehended by the Taylor County Sheriff's Department.

  • Cornhole Classic

    Dustin Mattingly tries to help his team come from behind to win in the second round of the third annual Central Kentucky Cornhole Classic at Centre Square.

  • Time to embrace my pale roots

    Sophomore year - Marion County High School's Valentine's Day dance - that's when it started. "It" being my obsession with being tan.

    I remember asking my mom if I could go to the tanning bed so that I could be tan in the little black number I bought for the dance. She hesitantly said yes, but tried to get one of her friends, Mary Lou Marrett, to talk me out of it. Mary Lou warned me of how bad it was for my skin, how it caused premature wrinkles and how it was highly addictive for some people.

  • Epps' Camp

    Former MCHS and UK basketball player Anthony Epps led young players in drills last week at Epps' youth camp at Lebanon Middle School. Twenty-three campers took part in the three-day event.

  • Q & A with former athlete Alan George

    Alan George is a 2001 graduate of Marion County High School. He is currently the assistant sports information director at the University of Notre Dame.   What sports did you play while you were at MCHS? What positions?

    I caught passes from Scott Higdon and sacked quarterbacks with David Knopp as a four-year member of the football team. It was also my pleasure to watch Marlis Scott school opponents on the hardwood night after night from the best seat in the house - right next to Danny Marks and Josh McKay.

  • Fiscal court takes step toward allowing Sunday alcohol sales

    A split Marion County Fiscal Court voted 3-2 in favor of the first reading of an ordinance that would allow Sunday alcohol sales in the county and allow alcohol sales until 1 a.m.

    Magistrates Larry Caldwell, John Arthur Elder III and Steve Masterson voted in favor of the ordinance. Magistrates Roger "Cotton" Smothers and Jackie Wicker voted against the ordinance.

  • Maewood closing at the end of the month

    Maewood Cabinet Company will be closing at the end of August, according to co-owner Kenny Marrett. The business has about 15 employees, he said.

    Maewood was organized Jan. 9, 2004, as Maewood Manufacturing LLC.

    Marrett said he started the business so he could work with his son, Eddie.

    He said the economy was about a "10 percent" factor in his decision, but the primary reason he is closing the business is because he is ready to retire.

  • Working to make our lives greener

    Earlier this summer, 18-24 year olds from throughout the Lincoln Trail Area Development District were invited to participate in the GEL-IN program.

    The program was designed to encourage young adults to think green and to encourage entrepreneurial thinking and leadership.

    The program ran from July 15-31, and Madison Beach, Brittany Taul, and sisters Dakara, Imari and Shatara Hazelwood were chosen to represent Marion County.