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Today's News

  • Kentucky loses a great cook

    I was saddened to read of the recent passing of Linda Allison-Lewis, cooking columnist in Kentucky Living, the magazine from the Inter County Energy Co-op, and the author of “Kentucky’s Best - Fifty Years of Great Recipes.”
    Though Linda and I never met in person, we talked on the phone many times about  recipes. When I wrote my own cookbook, she helped me by writing a very nice article about it, accompanied by a picture of my donkeys and me.

  • Tobacco disease heads away from Kentucky

    Blue mold finally moved out of Pennsylvania, and fortunately for Kentucky growers, it went north. On July 21, a case of the disease was reported in an eight-acre field of tobacco in Massachusetts.

  • Jones wins FFA state tractor driving contest
  • Brady gets 20 years on drug charges

    Brandon Brady, 26, of 806 Thompson Drive in Lebanon was sentenced to 20 years in prison for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance second or subsequent offense (two counts), persistent felony offender second-degree (two counts).
    He was ordered to pay $2,000 restitution to drug task force.
    Charges of possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed.

  • Cotton's Corner 8-3-11

  • Cucumber beetle spreads virus

     

     

  • Elk banquet it Saturday at Centre Square

    We’ve talked about it for a few weeks and now it’s almost upon us. Months of preparation, involvement from a lot of the community and something we can all be proud of is about to happen.
    Yes, our Young Woman of the Year program is envied by every other county in Kentucky... and maybe other states. And, yes, our young ladies are the prettiest and most talented in the Commonwealth. And, yes, our Aug. 6 Young Woman of the Year deserves our respect and support.

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  • Game Plan 8-3-11

    8.4.11

    Golf

    Knights and Lady Knights vs. Washington Co. (Away)

     

    Volleyball

    Lady Knights vs. Bardstown (Home at LMS)

     

    8.6.11

    Golf

    Knights and Lady Knights at Taylor County Invitational (Away)

     

    8.8.11

    Golf

    Knights vs. Nelson County (Home)

     

    8.9.11

    Golf

    Knights vs. Garrard County (Away)

     

    Volleyball

    Lady Knights vs. Campbellsville (Home)

  • Soccer season heats up

    Practices have been underway for a while for both the boys and girls soccer teams at Marion County High School. With the extremely hot weather that has been in the area for the past couple of weeks, the teams have resorted to practicing early in the morning or late at night when the temperature is not so excessive.  The unusual practice times have not deterred the teams from concentrating on their goals.