Today's News

  • Dr. Rod Coxon and staff hold canned food drive
  • Pecan Praline Cheesecake is a favorite


  • Locks of Love
  • Unleashed


    CHAPTER 10

  • Black Friday

    Yeah, I know that I wrote a column last week and all of you were hoping to hear from Jessica this week. Well, you will have to wait one more week. As soon as I mentioned to Jessica that I had an idea for a column, she jumped on that and here I sit typing away.

  • Elder seeing playing time at Dayton

    Former Marion County High School Lady Knight Bre Elder has been getting some playing time as a freshman at the University of Dayton in Ohio.  On the season the Lady Flyers are 6-0 and are currently ranked in the top 25 for only the third time in program history. Currently, the Lady Flyers are 24th in the Associated Press poll and 25th in the coaches' poll. Earlier in the season, Dayton took down then 13th ranked Vanderbilt 71-66 in Dayton and then 25th ranked DePaul 92-80 in the Maggie Dixon Classic.

  • The Game Plan, Nov. 28

    Nov. 30
    Lady Knights vs. Nelson County (Home)

    Dec. 1
    Lady Knights vs. Casey County (Away)

    Dec. 4
    Lady Knights and Knights vs. Adair County (Away)

  • Knights get mixed results in last scrimmage

    The Marion County High School Knights varsity and junior varsity basketball teams took on DuPont Manual at Male High School in their final preseason scrimmage Saturday. The junior varsity team won three of four quarters and went on to win their scrimmage, but the varsity team dropped three of four quarters and did not fare as well.
    Marion County took the first two quarters of the junior varsity scrimmage, each by at least six points. Chase Lancaster and Anton Cowherd each led the team with six points in the first period that the junior varsity Knights won 19-13.

  • Knights host annual Maroon-White scrimmage

    The Marion County High School Knights basketball team hosted their annual maroon-white scrimmage on Monday of last week. Prizes were given out, the Marion County High School band and cheerleaders performed, and the freshman and junior varsity/varsity teams scrimmaged each other.  

  • Lady Knights looking strong in final preseason scrimmage

    In their final preseason scrimmage before opening up regular season play, the Marion County Lady Knights looked strong as they easily defeated Bryan Station at the Frankfort Christian Academy Saturday morning. Marion County ran off the first 24 unanswered points to take control of the game early on. The Lady Knights held an impressive 29-8 lead after two quarters. The score was cleared after two periods, and the Lady Knights went on to win the third and fourth quarters 28-17 as well. Overall, Marion County won the scrimmage by a final score of 57-25.