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Today's News

  • Purple and Gold program helps make college more affordable

    It’s no secret that times are hard these days and one way St. Catharine College is helping make college attendance more affordable is its new Purple and Gold Guarantee program. This new initiative was approved for all counties in Kentucky, including the college’s primary service area of Marion, Nelson, Washington and Jefferson counties. The program is designed to serve students who may be prepared academically but need financial assistance to complete enrollment. The guarantee offers students full tuition, provided they meet the eligibility requirements.

  • 11-7-12 Church Brief

    Pastor appreciation
    First Baptist Church on N. Depot Street and Rev. Tommy Calhoun will hold a Pastor’s 24 Appreciation at 11 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 11. Guest speaker will be Rev. William Stocker, writer of the American Baptist Paper Sunday School Lesson in Louisville.

  • Working the Puzzle for Autism, Inc.

     

  • 11-7-12 Reunion

    Class of 1982
    The Marion County High School Class of 1982 will have their 30-year reunion from 7 p.m. till 1 a.m.  on Saturday Nov. 24, at McB’s, formerly Big Jim’s, 212 W. Main Street, Lebanon. Band will be South 49. You can socialize and eat from 7-9 p.m. before the band starts. No formal invitations have been sent. For more information contact Julie Bradshaw at 692-6487 or John Arthur Elder III at 692-9333.

  • Lebanon residents join CU President’s Club

     

  • SWCS Conservation and Bailey-Zimmerman scholarships up for grabs

    On the evening of Dec. 7, the Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter of Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) will present the $1,000 Bailey/Zimmerman Scholarship, and $1,000 Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter Scholarship. Students eligible are undergraduate agriculture or natural resource students enrolled in a college or university in the KY Bluegrass Chapter region during the fall of 2012.

  • Mainstream Packaging named 2012 Marion County Supporting Industry of the Year

     

  • 11-7-12 Birth Announcement

     

    Michael and Vivian May of Lebanon announce the birth of a 7-pound, 7-ounce son, Jaxson David May, born Sept. 21, 2012, at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center, Danville.
    Maternal grandparents are Brad and Vicki Carrico of Bardstown and Charles and Suzanne Shifflet of Dripping Springs, Texas.
    Paternal grandparents are David and Jane May of Lebanon.
     

  • 11-7-12 Senior Citizens Menus

    Monday, Nov. 12: Herb baked chicken, potatoes w/carrots, peas, butterscotch pudding, roll.
    Tuesday, Nov. 13: Baked pork chop, buttered corn, lima beans, mandarin oranges, cornbread.
    Wednesday, Nov. 14: Beef Swiss steak, wild rice w/apricots, buttered carrots, strawberries and bananas, roll.
    Thursday, Nov. 15: Chicken and dumplings, mashed potatoes, buttered spinach, baked apples, bread.
    Friday, Nov. 16: Brown bag.
     

  • Hamilton judges KY travel industry awards

    Former Lebanon Tourist & Convention Commission Executive Director Chris Hamilton was chosen to be head judge for the 2012 Kentucky Travel Industry Association’s Traverse Awards.
    Hamilton maintains a residence in Lebanon but is now executive director of the Aurora Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, a 10-city, five-county bureau just outside Chicago. Aurora is the second largest city in Illinois.