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  • The Game Plan - Jan. 17, 2018

    Swim meet at Russell Co., 7 p.m. Eastern

    Lady Knights vs. Taylor Co., Away, 7:30 p.m.
    Knights vs. Bethlehem, Away, 7:30 p.m.
    * Subject to Change

    Knights and Lady Knights vs. C’ville, Away
    Lady Knights 6 p.m.
    Knights 7:30 p.m.
    * Subject to change


  • What’s your choice now?

    Aldon Smith recorded 14 sacks as a rookie for the San Francisco 49ers in 2011, breaking Charles Haley’s team record for most sacks by a rookie. In his second season, Smith had 19.5 sacks and was named to both the Pro Bowl and the All-Pro First Team. He was making a name for himself and was building a very successful career.
    Then, it all came crashing down. What brought on the fall of a talented, up and coming player?

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Knights using time off court to get practices in

    With the wintry weather that hit Kentucky last week, numerous games were cancelled or postponed, including the Lady Knights’ three games last week.
    The Lady Knights were scheduled to play Bullitt East on Monday, Campbellsville on Friday and Green County on Saturday, but all those games were cancelled due to the inclement weather.

  • SWIMMING: Boys, girls teams both finish in top 5 at C’ville meet

    The Marion County Aquaknights had solid performances top to bottom at the Campbellsville-Taylor County Invite at the University of Campbellsville on Jan. 5.
    Marion County’s women’s team finished fifth out of 11 teams, posting a score of 78 while the Aquaknights men’s team finished first with a score of 200, 10 more than Pulaski County, who finished in second.

  • Vaught’s Views: Laura Rutledge likes UK’s talent as Calipari searches for way to reload

    By Larry Vaught

    Just a few hours after she worked the Alabama-Georgia national football championship game, ESPN/SEC Network reporter Laura Rutledge was in Rupp Arena for the Kentucky-Texas A&M basketball game.
    She managed to get to Lexington in time for UK’s shoot around before the game and liked the references Kentucky coach John Calipari made to the national championship game won by Alabama in overtime the night before.

  • 1-17-18 School Menus

    Elementary schools

    Monday, Jan. 22: biscuit and sausage or cereal and toast, applesauce, orange wedges, juice, and milk.
    Tuesday, Jan. 23: poptart and two toasts or cereal and toast, juice, pineapple, peach cup, and milk.
    Wednesday, Jan. 24: chicken and biscuit and toast or cereal and toast, grape cluster, pear slices, juice, and milk.
    Thursday, Jan. 25: mini pancakes and toast or cereal and toast, mixed fruit, apple, juice, and milk.

  • YOUTH FOOTBALL: Local youth football players compete in showcase in Virginia Beach

    Four Marion County youth football players were selected to play in the Diamond Sports Group All-American football games last month. The showcase featured top athletes from across the country.
    Lane Dougherty, Baylor Murphy, Evan Wheatley and Walker Wiser were selected to play in the games, which were held in Virginia Beach Dec. 26-Dec. 31.
    Dougherty is a fourth grader at Calvary Elementary School. Murphy is a fourth grader at St. Augustine. Wheatley is a fifth grader at West Marion Elementary and Wiser is a fifth grader at Calvary Elementary.

  • Scholarships open to students through Scholarship Center

    Central Kentucky Community Foundation (CKCF) will award over $115,000 in college scholarships for the 2018-19 academic year. Applications are being accepted now through March 1.
    Applying for these scholarships is made easy through Scholarship Central, an online scholarship portal located at www.ckcf4people.org. Scholarship Central is user-friendly and allows students to apply for multiple scholarships with just one application, based on eligibility.
    The following scholarships are available to Marion County students:

  • Be The Match, save a life

    Joining the Be The Match Registry is taking the first step to possibly being the cure for patients with blood cancers like leukemia and other marrow diseases.

  • Nine MCHS juniors selected to move on to next round of judging for Governor’s Scholars Program