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Today's News

  • 8-31-16 Police Log

     

    Got a lead?
    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is
    (270) 692-5529.

    Aug. 19
    - Steven Vandyke Jr. of Bradfordsville reported the theft of a motor vehicle registration plate valued at $14. The vehicle had been parked at 139 Cemetery Road in Lebanon.
    - Amanda Waldron of Springfield reported the theft of an iPhone 6S and case containing personal contents, totaling $650.

  • 8-31-16 Reunions

    Mullins
    The Mullins Family will host a reunion Saturday, Sept. 3 at noon. It will be held at Graham Memorial Park at the pavilion beside the Aquatic Center. It will be potluck and this year’s cooking contest will consist of salads. For more details, contact Margaret Osborne at 502-468-4658.

    MCHS Class of 1976

  • Hill and Thompson will marry Sept. 10

     

    Sue Ann and Timmy Hill of Springfield announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Natasha Hill, to Justin Thompson, son of Rod and Pam Thompson of Willisburg.
    Hill is a graduate of Kentucky State University with her ADN. She is employed with Bardstown Ambulatory Care.
    Thompson is a graduate of Midway College with a major in business administration and a minor in accounting. He is employed with IPM in Lexington.
    The wedding will be at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 10, 2016, at the Thompson’s residence.

  • Lebanon Water Works Company receives KRWA’s highest award

     

  • 8-31-16 Pets of the Weeks
  • 8-31-16 School Menus

    Breakfast
    Elementary schools

    Tuesday, Sept. 6: granola breakfast cookie and toast or cereal and toast, pears, orange wedges, juice, and milk.
    Wednesday, Sept. 7: scrambled eggs and toast or cereal and toast, banana, pineapple chunks, juice and, milk.
    Thursday, Sept. 8: build your own parfait w/granola and toast or cereal and toast, peaches, strawberries, juice, and milk.
    Friday, Sept. 9: milk gravy and biscuit or cereal and toast, apple, pears, juice, and milk.

    Middle/high schools

  • Thinking about careers

    It isn’t always easy for students to choose their careers by the time their senior year rolls around. Some students don’t know what they are interested in before they are already working somewhere or in college. But Brandon Bardin, principal of the Marion County Area Technology Center (MATC), is trying to change that.

  • ‘Moonshiner’ unveils new whiskey

    By Ben Carlson
    Landmark News Service

    Chico was in rare form Saturday morning, Aug. 20, when he pulled into Marshalls Liquor’s parking lot in a battered Monte Carlo with “Hazzard Life” emblazoned across one front quarter panel and a make-shift air scoop riveted to the hood — a redneck-mobile if there ever was one.

  • Making his mark

    Growing up in Loretto, Johnny Young fondly remembers riding his bike to Maker’s Mark Distillery to play in the creek and catch snakes.
    “My dad used to bring us down here fishing as kids,” he said. “I’ve been around Maker’s Mark all my life.”
    Young, 61, only lives three and a half miles from the distillery today. It’s a short commute to what he describes as his dream job. A job he’s been proud to have for 37 years and counting.

  • Following in her family’s footsteps

    Bosley Funeral Home has been like a second home to Ann Carol Moraja.
    “When I was a baby, I was sitting in this corner in a playpen,” Ann Carol said, pointing to a corner in the office at Bosley Funeral Home. “When I was eight, I can remember dad taking me to Louisville with him to pick up a body. Being in and around the funeral home has always been second nature to me.”