Today's News

  • Fall is a good time for planting woody plants


  • Educate yourself on the risks of radon gas

    For Childhood Cancer Awareness month, SWAT Environmental, a leading radon mitigation service provider, has compiled key facts and advice about radon risks for concerned families. Since its discovery as a cause of lung cancer among uranium miners, scientists have found that the risks of radon gas are widespread and can be increased by modern housing trends.

  • Farm safety is so important

    The Marion County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee would like to ask everyone to be aware of the farm vehicles on the public roads that are involved in more than 6,000 accidents annually. People driving farm machinery and those driving vehicles should be especially careful and watchful.
    Farmers should keep slow moving vehicle emblems extremely clean and bright to help motorist notice equipment. Replace faded emblems, check headlights, taillights, flashing lights and turn signals for satisfactory operation.

  • Remember farm safety

    The third week of September is harvest time across much of Kentucky and America and Kentucky Farm Bureau is urging motorists to slow down and watch for slow moving farm equipment. Motorists should keep a safe distance when following farm equipment, using caution when passing and being patient with farmers who must survey road shoulder conditions before pulling over.

  • A free people

    Dear Citizens,
    Consider this quote; “A free people ought not only be armed, but disciplined; to which end a uniform and a well-digested plan is requisite; and their safety and interest require that they should promote such manufactories as to tend to render them independent for essentials, particularly military supplies.”
    (George Washington, in his first annual message to Congress, 8 January, 1790)
    (This quote is from the Military Times August 2016 Page 31) [Consider M.D.A.A. Sec. 102, 1022 – Hold and Kill]

  • BOYS SOCCER: Knights place third at Boots and Butts Classic

    The Marion County Knights began their week against the Thomas Nelson Generals on Sept. 6, but came up short 3-0.
    "We came out and played outstanding in the first 10 minutes or so," Knights Head Coach Greg Conley said.
    Despite the solid play to begin the game, the Knights (5-4-2) would give up a goal that Conley attributed to a defensive mistake.
    "We have issues with getting down on ourselves when things don't go as planned," Conley said.

  • 9-14-16 Church Brief

    Missionary Day
    Rev. Tommy Calhoun and First Baptist Church, N. Depot Street, Lebanon, invite you to attend their Missionary Day program at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 21. The guest will be Donte Paul MT from Vernon Baptist Church, Campbellsville.

  • How giving back can be so good

    Charitable endeavors made by celebrities and other prominent people often make the news. However, millions of regular people across the country and out of the limelight also do their share to help the various groups fighting for good causes.
    People have various reasons for getting involved in philanthropic efforts. A Gallup survey on volunteering in the United States found that more than half of volunteers do it because they like helping others. Just about 40 percent said they volunteer to feel good about themselves.

  • 9-14-16 Police Log

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

  • 9-14-16 Public Record

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