Today's News

  • Battles in the Bluegrass

    Bluegrass Cellular Inc. recently announced its lineup for the third annual basketball Battles in the Bluegrass high school sports program. The Battles in the Bluegrass program showcases rivalry games throughout central Kentucky. This year’s featured rivalries were selected with the help of a panel of Kentucky sports writers.

  • Closing in on 3,000 points

    Well, it’s me again. Jessica got a bit tied up with our 3-year-old who was pretending to not feel good in order to sleep in the bed with mommy. Well, that worked for Karli, so here I am typing a column.

  • The Game Plan, Jan. 2

    Jan. 3


    LaRue County at Knights Freshman (6 p.m.)


    Jan. 5


    Knights Freshman at C-ville (11:50 a.m.)

    Knights Freshman vs. Adair County (at C-ville, 1 p.m.)

    Lady Knights Freshman vs. Adair County (at Taylor County, 10 a.m.)

    Lady Knights Freshman vs. Campbellsville (at Taylor County, 11 a.m.)

    Washington County at Knights and Lady Knights (6:30/7:45 p.m.)


  • Knights have strong showing at Bethlehem tourney

  • In the Bank

    The Marion County Lady Knights opened their games in the Republic Bank Classic at Lexington Catholic with an easy 60-25 win over the East Carter Lady Raiders on Dec. 21.

    East Carter hit a free throw one minute and 18 seconds into the game, but would not score again until nine seconds remained in the opening frame. As the lead grew from 5-1, to 24-4 as the period ended, four different Lady Knights had scored led by Kyvin Goodin-Rogers’10 points.

  • Aquaknights compete in WCI Swim Meet

    On Dec. 15, the Marion County Aquaknights headed to Woodford County to compete in the 11th annual WCI Swim Meet at Falling Spring Arts and Recreation Center.  As a combined team the Aquaknights finished in 13th place with 93 total points.  The girls team finished in 11th place with 52 points while the boys team finished in 13th place with 41 points.

    Individual results for the girls’ team are as follows:

  • Duck hunting success, sort of


    For anyone who actually reads this article you undoubtedly noticed that I missed last week! And, the reason is really simple … I forgot.

    Yes, it was one of those early deadlines that I remembered a couple of hours too late. And while I seriously doubt anyone went through too much emotional trauma at the absence of my article I will nonetheless apologize. In my defense, I felt that if the world were to actually end I would’ve wasted my time by writing an article anyway!

  • Deer: Abby Lala


    Abby Lala, 9, recently bagged this 8-point deer while hunting with her dad, Les, in Shelby County. Lala is the granddaughter of Nancy and Rob Spragens. 

  • SCMS girls basketball


    St. Charles 6th grade girls basketball team competed in Nelson County basketball league recently. St. Charles over-all record was 9-4 in league play and were runners up in the final tournament. Pictured, from left, are are (back row) Coach Lenae Thompson, Elise Carpenter, Emily Helms, Cassidy Logsdon, Mariella Curtis, Sammi Jo Potters and Coach Kenny Mills; front row from left, Lauren Ferriell, Abby Scott, Jenny Mattingly and Katie Mattingly.

  • Fiscal court approves generator for communications trailer