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Today's News

  • Sounding the trumpets

    The man considered by many to be the finest baroque trumpeter in the world performed to a small but appreciative audience Saturday evening in Lebanon.
    Friedemann Immer of Germany joined Kentucky Baroque Trumpets for the second time June 21 for a concert at St. Augustine Church before an audience of around 50 people.
    “Friedemann, he’s just unbelievable. He makes us all better just playing with him,” said Don Johnson, the director and founder of Kentucky Baroque Trumpets.

  • Linescores, June 25

     Marion County Little League Softball 

    June  3 

    Rangers  101  0 -   2

    Yankees  475 4 -  20

    Grace Famer and Leah Wright each scored four times to lead the Yankees.  For the Rangers, Alexis Wheeler had two hits in the losing effort.

     

  • 6-25-14 Birthday Announcement

     

    Marley Jo Stout celebrated her 5th birthday June 22, 2014. She is the daughter of Jay and Stacey Stout of Lebanon. Grandparents are Kenneth and Wilma Buckman, Philip and Karol George, all of Lebanon, and the late Jim Stout. She has two sisters, Kenlee and Shelby Stout.
     

  • Knights present baseball awards

     On June 1, the Marion County Knights baseball team hosted its annual end of the year awards banquet. Senior pitcher Joey Costello swept the banquet taking three awards, including MVP.  Below is a list of all the players who received awards: 

    MVP - Joey Costello

    Stolen bases - Joey Costello

    Hitting award - Jeremy Morris

    Fielding award - outfield, Joe Ben Curtis; Infield, Mason Gadberry

  • 6-25-14 Birth Announcements
  • Budget shortfall raises spending cut fears in Kentucky

    By Tom Loftus
    The Courier-Journal

  • Lake Avenue man indicted for assault and concealed weapons charges

    Dartai Scott, 37, of 309 Lake Avenue in Lebanon was indicted in Marion Circuit Court recently for second-degree assault, carrying a concealed deadly weapon, first-degree promoting contraband, alcohol intoxication in a public place (first and second offense), and first-degree persistent felony offender.

  • Curbing carbon could help improve air quality

    By James Bruggers
    The Courier-Journal

    The Matel family moved from Toronto to Louisville three years ago, arriving during a smoggy August summer.
    At the time, Sandy Metel said, her son Aydin, now 15, had mild asthma. "But within the first year, he was hospitalized five times ... with asthma related issues," she said.
    Welcome to the Louisville area, she said her doctors told them.

  • 6-25-14 Police Log

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

  • Gun laws loosen, concealed-carry permits spike

    By Scott Wartman
    The Kentucky Enquirer

    Over the past 10 years, Kentucky has made it easier to carry guns – and statistics show more Kentuckians are carrying concealed firearms than ever before.
    Judging by one of the first few bills filed early for the 2015 session, it doesn’t look like the General Assembly will change direction on guns anytime soon.