Today's News

  • Softball: Lady Knights reach tournament finals

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Enjoy the madness

    By Casey Sowers

    Sports correspondent

  • Tennis: Lady Knights pick up win over Campbellsville

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Tennis: Marion County splits matches against North Hardin

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • SCMS volleyball

    St. Charles Middle School eighth-grade volleyball team under head coach Van Gadberry went into the bronze tournament as the number one seed.  The seventh grade team will be playing in the championship game on Wednesday in the silver division. Pictured from left:  Selena Smith, Taylor Ballard, Danielle Nalley, Avery Stiles, Shelby Stout, Mckenzie Bagwell, Lexie Browing, Katie Mattingly, Jenny Mattingly, Eden Kessler, Adrienne Thomas, Jessah Hughes, Leah Chesser and Addi Murphy.

  • Turkey season is fast approaching

    April 4 and 5 are fast approaching, so you better get ready.
    For what, you might ask. Here’s some hints: red, white and blue heads, brown with a beard and … oh yeah …. they gobble!
    That’s right, it’ll be turkey season. No, it won’t, you say. Turkey season doesn’t start until April 18 and goes through May 10.
    OK, as an adult, you’re correct! But I’m talking about the spring early youth season! In Kentucky, if you’re a youth, you get a head start on the adults.

  • Fit Kids compete at Heart Rock Classic

    The Lebanon Fit Kids gymnastics team took part in the Heart Rock Classic Feb. 21-22. Here are their results.
    Level 1s
    Kayton Shewmaker- Vault 9.30 1st place, Bars 9.0 2nd place, beam 9.65 1st place, floor 9.2 2nd place and 2nd place all around
    Mariesalla Avendano-Vault 9.25 2nd place, bars 8.95 3rd place, beam 9.35 6th place, floor 9.0 4th place, 3rd place all around
    Level 2s
    Grace Mattingly- Vault 8.65 3rd place, bars 8.45, Beam 8.80, Floor 9.225 3rd place,
    Level 3s

  • The Joys of Gardening

    Jane Bell isn’t afraid to try new things.
    Last year, that included taking up gardening for the first time at the age of 64.
    “Really it has been a wonderful opportunity,” she said.
    After having some health issues and retiring from the Marion County Detention Center, Bell jumped into gardening with both feet. She said she’s fortunate to have several friends who helped her get started with container gardening.
    “The more I did the more I got interested in it,” she said.

  • Secrets to keeping an organized shed

    Despite other intentions, homeowners often turn their garages into storage centers for random, little-used items, leaving little to no room for the tools and even vehicles that actually belong in a garage. Such homeowners may turn to sheds to store their garage overflow and keep yard equipment at the ready, but storage sheds are not immune to clutter, and homeowners may find the very structure erected to keep them organized requires a bit of organization itself.

  • E Z Shrimp and Grits, New Orleans style