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Today's News

  • Flag stolen from VFW

     An American flag has been stolen from VFW Post 5910 in Lebanon.

    The Lebanon Police received a call reporting the theft around 9:10 a.m. Tuesday, July 22, according to Police Chief Wally Brady.

    "Someone cut the rope and stole the flag," Brady said.

    Officer Alan Corbett is investigating. 

    Anyone with information about the theft can call the police department at 270-692-2121 or the Lebanon Police tip line at 270-692-5LAW (270-692-5529).

  • County invests thousands into technical education for local students

    Magistrates voted to invest $112,000 into the Marion County Jobs Training Consortium to help improve the quality of technical education for Marion County students at the Marion County Area Technology Center (MCATC) during its regular monthly meeting July 17.

  • City seeks to condemn Boldrick Avenue house

    The City of Lebanon is seeking to condemn 200 Boldrick Avenue.
    According to a petition filed June 30 in Marion Circuit Court, the city considers that property to be "a vacant, abandoned and neglected property.”
    The petition names Rhonda Molden, any unknown spouse of Rhonda Molden, and the occupant (if any) of 200 Boldrick Avenue and Marion County government as defendants.

  • Hannah Ellis live in concert at Angelic Hall Aug. 2

    Campbellsville native Hannah Ellis and a live band from Nashville will be performing in Angelic Hall, the beautiful theatre at Centre Square in Lebanon at 7 p.m., Aug. 2.

  • Summer School Showcase

    Family Resource Director Amy Newton and Glasscock Elementary School staff invited the community to a special presentation to highlight their week of summer school Friday afternoon. The presentation included a physical education demonstration with Danny Marks. It also included two songs that focus around the theme of summer school this year, which was oceanic life and the world they live in. According to Newton, 104 students participated at summer school at GES. When all lessons were complete at the end of the week, the students went on a field trip to Newport Aquarium.

  • Barnett tells a unique story in ‘Between the Rows’

    By Matt Overing
    matthew.overing@uky.edu

    Phyllis Ann Spalding Barnett says she is a storyteller, not a writer.
    Her book, "Between the Rows," reads like a story, not like the usual 500-page novel.
    In fact, Barnett’s book is just 180 pages long. It offers a fictional account of growing marijuana in Kentucky and the trouble it brought to a small community.

  • Send us your favorite summer photos
  • St. Charles Middle School SBDM vacancy

    St. Charles Middle School’s School Based Decision Making Council is accepting nominations for a parent representative for the upcoming school year until 4 p.m., Friday, July 25. Nominations may be made at SCMS between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., via email to buffy.mann@marion.kyschools.us or by calling the school at 270-692-4578. Elections will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., July 28, during open house.
     

  • Opposing views on MCPS leadership

    Two citizens spoke to the Marion County Board of Education at the end of its July 8 meeting, and they expressed contrary views about the district's leadership.
    Amanda Beard concluded her remarks by calling for Superintendent Taylora Schlosser and the school board members to resign, while Barney Tharp defended Schlosser and the school board for recent steps they have taken.
    After each of them spoke, Board Member Butch Cecil thanked them for taking the time to go through the process to get on the agenda.

  • District introduces new administrators

    Superintendent Taylora Schlosser introduced three new central office employees at the July 8 Marion County Board of Education meeting.
    Traci Sharpe will serve as the district's director of exceptional child education. Troy Benningfield is the new instructional supervisor and food service director, and Jennifer Osbourne is the new personnel director.
    "You have to surround yourself with great personnel and allow them to do their jobs," Schlosser said.

    Traci Sharpe