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Today's News

  • May receives Employee of the Month award

    Lee May of Lebanon, was selected as “Employee of the Month” for May 2017 at Northpoint Training Center. The medium-security state prison is located in northern Boyle County.
    May began her employment at Northpoint Training Center in June 2016 as a Correctional Officer. May was selected as “Employee of the Month” based on her outstanding job performance. She received a letter of commendation and was assigned a reserved parking space for the month.

  • 6-14-17 Reunion

    Lebanon High School Class of 1956
    Lebanon High School Class of 1956 will have their class reunion at 68 Jamboree, 4410 Danville Highway, on Saturday, June 17, at 2 p.m. For more information contact Libby Myers Weatherford, 270-692-7408 or 270-692-2747.

  • 6-14-17 Senior Citizens Menus

    Lebanon Senior Center is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.
    Loretto Senior Center is open on Tuesdays.
    Bradfordsville Senior Center is open on Thursdays.

    Monday, June 19: chicken Parmesan, buttered potatoes, broccoli casserole, and pineapple delight.
    Tuesday, June 20: barbecued pork, au gratin potatoes, cucumber salad, oatmeal raisin cookie, and wheat bun.
    Wednesday, June 21: beef stew, brown rice, cole slaw, wheat roll, and pineapple delight.

  • Biggers and West will marry June 24

     

    Carol Biggers and Louis West announce their forthcoming marriage.
    Biggers is the daughter of the late Vincent E. Biggers Sr. and Dorothy A. Biggers.
    West is the son of Louis Jones and Carolyn West of Louisville.
    The wedding will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 24, at First Baptist Church, 231 N. Depot Street, Lebanon.
    All family and friends are invited to attend.

  • Robey is recognized for outstanding service
  • Vaught’s Views: Future UK track star is the ‘future of the sport’

    By Larry Vaught

    It was almost 25 years ago that Kevin Young became the first person to run the 400-meter hurdles in less than 47 seconds. His time of 46.78 seconds set a world record — and 25 years later it still stands.
    Young, who won the gold medal in the 1992 Olympics while breaking the record set by Edwin Moses, was at the Maximum Velocity Track & Field Camp at Centre College in Danville last week sharing his expertise with youngsters from Kentucky and other states.

  • 12U League Champs

    The Digital Touch Photography Angels are the 12U League Champs. They are, front row from left, Maddie Hardin, Anna Allender, Chloe Spears, Marissa Nulle and Gracyn Mattingly; middle row Leah Wright, Emma Sullivan, Reece Caldwell, Rose Caldwell and Addie Buckman; back row are coaches Tim Wright, Mark Caldwell and Daniel Mattingly.

  • Future Football Knights
  • Jamfest champs
  • Sluggers win Braggin’ Right Tourney

    The Marion County 10U Sluggers won the Braggin' Rights Tournament on Saturday, June 17. The 12-team tourney required the Sluggers to play six games to come out on top.