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Today's News

  • Know when and how to prune Clematis

     

  • Police searching for Springfield Nursing and Rehab robbers

    By Brandon Mattingly
    Landmark News Service

    Springfield Police responded to a 911 call in regard to a robbery at Springfield Nursing and Rehab at about 4:40 a.m. on Saturday. No injuries were reported from the incident, which remains under investigation.

  • Former deputy pleads guilty to drug crimes

    A former sheriff's deputy who broke the law he was hired to uphold has pleaded guilty to federal drug crimes. And, he now faces as much as 30 years in federal prison and a large fine.
    Former Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy William "Billy" Rice, 38, of Campbellsville, was charged in early October with committing federal drug crimes. He had initially pleaded not guilty.

  • Voter registration deadline approaching

    Landmark News Service

    The final day to register to vote in the May 20 primary election is April 21.
    Eligible Kentucky voters must be at least 18 years of age, be a U.S. citizen and live within the state for a minimum of 28 days before the election, according to the Secretary of State's Office.

  • Born to care

    Maybe nursing is in her blood, or maybe she just knew from a young age what she wanted to be. Regardless of the reason, Connie Higdon said she can’t see herself being anything other than a nurse.
    And after spending 37 years of her 38-year career working in labor and delivery, she can’t imagine working anywhere else, either.
    “Seeing a newborn baby, every delivery is just like the first one. It’s just a miracle,” Higdon said.

  • Trail town talk

    Elaine Wilson wants to bring traffic to Lebanon.
    “Think of trail systems as an interstate of people ... if you don’t have an exit ramp coming into your town off that trail system, you’re never going to benefit from all that traffic” said Wilson, the executive director of the Kentucky Department of Adventure Tourism.

  • Written history

    Marion County residents had a chance to add to their book collections over the weekend when the Marion County Heritage Center held a reception with several Kentucky authors. Some of the authors have local ties to the community and signed autographs with book purchases.
    In case you missed the event, the Friends of the Library will host its own Kentucky Author’s Day from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, April 13.

  • Feed those in need in Marion County

    By Gary Miles
    Executive Director
    Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland

  • Education is a top priority in state’s budget

    After hours of work and negotiations lasting through the night, the conference committee of the House and Senate members agreed upon a strong, responsible budget for the next two years. The final budget borrows less money and uses less one-time money to pay recurring expenses than the proposals from the Governor and House. That means both the debt service ratio and structural imbalance are lower.

  • Library deserves our support

    By Molly McMasters
    Guest columnist

    For those in our community who do not know who the Marion County Friends of the Library (FOL) are, let me introduce us. We are patrons, grandmothers, grandfathers, mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles, sons, daughters, citizens from all walks of life who live or have lived in Marion County and LOVE libraries; especially our local library.