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Today's News

  • Ahead of the curve

    An offhand comment at a routine checkup may have saved Richard Crum’s life.
    His comment led to an ultrasound, which led to two surgeries, which left him with less than one fully functioning kidney.
    The story of how Crum, 67, got to this point begins last October, when he went to the doctor for a regular check of his cholesterol levels. His physician, Dr. William Kirk, wasn’t able to see him that day, so Crum met with Physician’s Assistant Patricia Pulliam instead.

  • Wise to appear on TV show ‘Snapped’ Sunday

    The story of how a Campbellsville woman was convicted of killing her husband will be featured on national television Sunday night.
    Kathleen Wise, 62, who admitted to killing her husband with an overdose of liquid morphine, will be featured on an episode of "Snapped," which airs on the Oxygen network. The show will air at 9 p.m. and repeat throughout the week.
    Wise, formerly of 4203 Bengal Road, is serving life in prison at the Kentucky Correctional Institute for Women after a jury found her guilty during a one-day trial last July.

  • Corrections and clarifications - June 12, 2013

    In the story “Friends In Deed” in the June 5 edition, Tammy Thomas was incorrectly identified as Terry Thomas.
    In a cutline for a photo on page A14 of the June 5 edition, Erica Richardson was misidentified in a photo. The cutline incorrectly identified her as Zoe Blair.
     

  • Remembering our fallen officers

    The tragic loss of Officer Jason Ellis recently has left our community, the commonwealth and the nation grieving for this outstanding member of the Bardstown Police Department who was passionate about his work and the people he protected.
    As a seven-year member of the police force, Officer Ellis was well known to all of us. He was a dedicated public servant, a devoted family man, and a wonderful citizen. Without a doubt, the passing of this fine brave man is a profound loss for all of us.

  • Kentucky senior all-stars beat juniors by 32

    The Kentucky Junior All-Stars landed the first blow against the Kentucky Senior All-Stars in a girls basketball exhibition Monday night at Marion County High School.
    But it was the senior all-stars who won by technical knockout, 94-62.
    China Dow of Christian Academy set the pace for the seniors with 30 points, but Marion County’s Makayla Epps helped put the game away with 25 points. Epps, this year’s Miss Basketball, scored 21 points, including five three-pointers, in the second half.

  • Governor’s Scholars are good for state

    A little more than 30 years ago, Kentucky was facing a difficult problem: Too many of our brightest students were looking elsewhere after graduating high school.
    Education leaders decided that something needed to be done to counteract that trend, so in the summer of 1983, on the campus of Centre College, they debuted the Governor’s Scholars Program, which gave 230 high school students from across the state an opportunity unlike anything they could have experienced at home.

  • Marion County Board of Education to meet tonight, June 11

    The Marion County Board of Education will be having its regular monthly meeting tonight at 5:30 p.m. at the administration building located at 755 East Main Street in Lebanon.
    The agenda includes:
    * MCHS Student Drug Testing program report
    * Summer Feeding Report
    * Project based learning report
    * Consider approval of school lunch prices for the 2013-14 school year
    * Consider approval of the Application for Participation in the Community Based Work Transition program for the 2013-14 school year and authorize matching funds

  • Community Action board to meet Tuesday in Elizabethtown

    The board of directors for Central Kentucky Community Action is scheduled to meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 11, at the district office, 613 College Street Road in Elizabethtown.

  • Tourist commission to meet this afternoon

    The Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission is scheduled to meet at 3:30 this afternoon in room 300 of the Centre Square Convention Center.

    The agenda includes:

    - Mission statement

    - Minutes

    - Treasurer's report

    - Brown signs

    - Marketing plan for 2013-14

    - Budget for 2013-14

    - Landscaping signage for the property near Maker's Mark

    - Repurposing an old laptop

  • City council meets tonight

    The Lebanon City Council is scheduled to meet at 7 tonight, June 10, at city hall.

    The agenda includes the following:

    - Charles P. Neal to discuss street meets and tent revival

    - Minutes of previous council meetings

    - Payment of bills

    - Department reports

    - Old busines

    - Approval of the Lebanon Water Works annual budget

    - Approval of the tourism budget

    - Acceptance of liability insurance proposal

    - Acceptance of worker's compensation proposal