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Today's News

  • Safe driving class set

    There will be an AARP Driver Safety Class offered next Tuesday, Nov. 29, at the Marion County Extension Office on Fairground Road. The program will start at 10 a.m. and will be over no later than 3:30 p.m.
    The course is designed for people over the age of 55, however everyone is welcome to attend the class.  Most insurance companies offer a discount for taking this class.

  • Basketball is back

     

     

     

  • Wind makes hunting difficult

     

     

     

     

  • Fishing
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  • Upward Basketball/Cheerleading

    Registration is now being held for Upward Basketball and Cheerleading for K-2nd grade. Lebanon Christian Church is the sponsor.  Registration forms are available at Loper Floral located on Campbellsville Hwy.,  or at www.upward.org.  Evaluations will be held Dec. 4 at Lebanon Middle School.
    Practices will begin the week of Monday, Jan. 2, 2012, with the first game on Sunday, Jan. 8. Awards celebration will be held Sunday, Feb. 26.
    For more information, call Lebanon Christian Church at (270) 692-2458.

  • 11-16-11 Linescores

    Tuesday of last week
    At St. Charles Eighth-Grade 29 (record: 0-1): Daniel Maupin 10, Josh Hawkins 9, Conner Mattingly 4, Dylan Cambron 2, Jared Bradshaw 2, Caleb Gribbins 2.
    St. Gregory 35
    St. Charles     3 3 4 19 – 29
    St. Gregory     9 7 8 11 – 35

    At St. Charles Seventh-Grade 46 (record: 1-0): Cameron Nally 14, Logan Nally 8, Caleb Gribbins 6, Joey Anderson 4, Keith Ballard 3, Chase Edelen 3, Aams Mattingly 2, Dylan Bradshaw 2, Landon Russell 2, Tyler Livers 2.
    St. Gregory 18

  • Knights look to improve record this season

    With a new head coach at the helm, expectations are high for the Marion County Knights basketball team. Montrelle Irvin, who was hired in mid-July, hopes to take the Knights to a return trip to the regional tournament and hopefully further. After a somewhat surprising run into the regional tournament last season, this year’s version of the Knights looks to improve on last year’s winning record, the first since 2005-06, which finished 16-12.

  • Lebanon Middle School Lady Patriots compee in state tournament finals

    The Lebanon Middle School seventh grade girls basketball team competed in the state tournament at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington over the weekend and advanced to the championship, which will take place on Sunday, Nov. 27.
    The Lady Patriots remain undefeated.

  • Lady Knights look to take next step

    Last season, the Marion County High School Lady Knights basketball team did something no other girls team has ever done - advance to the final four of the Sweet 16.
    But that’s not the ultimate goal the team has in mind this year.
    The team hopes to make a return trip to Diddle Arena, and this time come away with some hardware.
    With the loss of only one senior from last year’s squad, Shakila Goodin, the Lady Knights are fully loaded for another deep run into the postseason. Key new additions to the team will also help their cause.