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Today's News

  • Preparation

    Ben Franklin wore many hats throughout his life, serving in many roles such as a diplomat, postmaster, author, scientist, diplomat, and of course, a Founding Father. This man, born in Boston and raised in the City of Brotherly Love, has many well-known sayings and phrases that still endure to this day, including a quote on preparation that resonates and sticks with me: "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail."

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Knights compete in Bardstown tourney this week

    Coming off a win Saturday against the Campbellsville Lady Eagles in which they improved their district record to 2-0, the Marion County Lady Knights sought to get their sixth, seventh, and eighth win at the Bardstown Holiday Classic Dec. 19-21.
    The Lady Knights began the tournament against the Lexington Christian Lady Eagles Monday. The Lady Eagles, coached by Kent E. Miller, are 3-3 this season but have lost two in a row going into the tournament against the Lafayette Generals (70-48) on Dec. 13 and the Paul Laurence Dunbar Lady Bulldogs (57-41) on Dec. 16.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Howard scores 30 in win against Thomas Nelson

    Haeli Howard had 30 points as the Marion County Lady Knights improved to 4-2 with a 68-45 win against the Thomas Nelson Generals on Dec. 12.
    "The whole team played pretty good," Lady Knights Head Coach Kenny Mills said. "The girls are playing good defense and rebounding well."
    Dailyn Spalding also contributed 14 points in the win.

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  • Woods and Waters: Last minute gift ideas for people who love the outdoors

    Ya know what today is? It’s just three or four days till Christmas! Ya got all your shopping done? Ya do. Well good for you! But what about the other 80 percent of the people who are reading this? Are you sure you’re done?
    O.K., maybe you do need to pick up a few things. Well, if ya do you’re in luck cause I’m here to help! I’m going to give ya some “ya can’t go wrong” gift ideas for your outdoors man or woman.

  • Aaron Glasscock is coming home

    President Obama pardoned more than 70 people and granted commutation to 153 non-violent drug offenders on Monday, Dec. 19, and Aaron Glasscock of Lebanon is one of them.
    Glasscock, 39, has been serving a 30-year prison sentence since December of 1999 when he was found guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute cocaine in Florida. His father, Terry Glasscock, was convicted on the same charge and was sentenced to 35 years in prison.
    However, Glasscock has always maintained his innocence.

  • St. A 5K is Jan. 2

    St. Augustine will be having a 5K at 10 a.m., Monday, Jan. 2, at Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon.
    There will be a $15 entry fee for each participant.
    Registration will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. in the batting cages at the park the morning of race.
    Each participant will receive a pair of fleece gloves.
    All proceeds go to St. Augustine School Athletic Department.
    For more information, contact Joe Pat Kirkland at 270-402-9094.
     

  • Vaught’s Views: Kentucky basketball fans will have a special Christmas this year

    By Larry Vaught

    Kentucky basketball fans have a special Christmas treat coming their way thanks to former Wildcat Cameron Mills.
    His documentary, “The Team,” is a story about Kentucky’s 1996 national championship team and the 20th year anniversary the players and coaches held in August in Miami.
    That Kentucky team coached by Rick Pitino finished 34-2 and featured nine future NBA players. Mills felt there was a special story to tell about the team but wasn’t sure what it was.

  • Maker’s Mark makes history

    Maker’s Mark Distillery made history on Thursday when it opened a new cellar to house Maker’s 46 on its campus in Loretto. The cellar was built to meet the demand of the 46 brand that, according to Chief Operations Officer Rob Samuels, has increased significantly over the years.

  • Leading the way in innovation

    The room was quiet and students waited in the hallway until their names were called for them to give their presentations. This was the capstone presentation, the one project each of them had poured themselves into for weeks on end.
    On Thursday, students from Project Lead The Way (PLTW) presented new technologies and innovations to members of the community and faculty of the Marion County Area Technology Center and Marion County Public Schools.

  • New focus, new mission

    Preston Price sat at a small café in Malawi with his friend and interpreter, Nchachi Mhoney. Across from them was the chief of the village, there to talk to the men about a property transaction.
    The café was one of the nicest buildings Price had seen in the area considering Malawi was so poor. There was no beef for sale at the restaurant because it was too hard to come by. There was no cheese because it was far too expensive. When the two of them ordered a soft drink, the waitress had to take their money and go to the market to fetch it.