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Today's News

  • Marion County moving to the First Congressional District

    Marion County meet Congressman Ed Whitfield.
    The General Assembly on Friday approved a Congressional redistricting plan that moves Marion County from the Second District, which is represented by Republican Congressman Brett Guthrie, R-Bowling Green, to the First District, which is represented by Whitfield, a Republican from Hopkinsville.
    State Sen. Jimmy Higdon and State Rep. Terry Mills both opposed the Congressional redistricting plan.

    On Friday, Gov. Steve Beshear said he will sign the plan into law.

  • District Pairings Set

    The pairings and times have been announced for the upcoming district tournament at Taylor County High School.  The tournament will be played on February 21-22 and 24-25.  The number one seeded Lady Knights will open up play on Tuesday February 21 at 6:30 P.M. against the number four seed Campbellsville Lady Eagles.  Later that evening, the top seeded Knights will take on the fourth seeded Eagles of Campbellsville.

  • Legislative redistricting deemed unconstitutional

    State legislators need the redo their plans for new legislative district boundaries, according to a temporary injunction issued Feb. 7 in Franklin Circuit Court.
    "Until the General Assembly passes redistricting legislation that complies with all applicable constitutional requirements to revise the districts ... the elections for the House and Senate shall be conducted with the legislative district boundaries in effect immediately prior to the enactment of House Bill 1," Franklin Circuit Judge Phillip Shepherd wrote.

  • Cleaver Court basketball court vandalized

    Someone declared their appreciation for Muhammad Ali, "black coffee" and "black records" with spray paint in an act of vandalism early Feb. 8.
    And whoever did it used the basketball court on Cleaver Court as a canvas.
    "[Feb. 8] between 3:30 and 4 a.m., somebody vandalized it with white, black and yellow spray paint," Lebanon Police Chief Wally Brady said.

  • Aqua Knights win home meet

    The Marion County Aqua Knights hosted a high school swim meet Thursday at the Lebanon Aquatic Center with Bethlehem and Nelson County. It was a "Home Teams" meet since all three teams hold practice at LAC (Lebanon Aquatic Center). The Marion County girls narrowly defeated Bethlehem 46 to 43 with Nelson County girls finishing with three points. Marion County boys were also winners with 40 points, while Bethlehem boys out swam their Nelson County counterparts, 22 to 19. Points are scored for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each event.

  • Freshmen Lady Knights win district tourney

    The Marion County Lady Knights freshman won the 20th District tournament Feb. 1 at Taylor County High School.
    In their first game of the day, the Lady Knights defeated Campbellsville by a final score of 43-28. TT Adams led the way for Marion County with 14 points.
    In the championship game, Marion County edged out the Adair County Lady Indians by two points to claim the crown. Ambrasia Adams led the way for Marion County in this game with 10 points in the narrow 37-35 win.

  • Spring soccer registration is Feb. 11

    Marion County Youth Soccer Association Spring Registration will be held Saturday, Feb. 11, from 9 a.m. to noon at the soccer concession stand on Fairground Road. The deadline to register is Feb. 13.
    Please bring completed registration forms and registration fee with you.
    Registration forms can be found on the Internet at www.mcys.webs.com.

  • The Game Plan, Feb. 8

    Feb. 10
    Basketball
    Knights and Lady Knights vs. North Hardin (Home - Senior Night)

    Feb. 10-11
    Swimming
    Aqua Knights compete in regional meet (Versailles)

    Feb. 11
    Basketball
    Lady Knights vs. Boone County (At John Hardin High School)

    Feb. 14
    Basketball
    Lady Knights vs. Mercy (Home)
    Knights vs. John Hardin (Away)

  • Playoff push is on

    Well, the Lady Knights capped off another undefeated district run this year.  Not surprising, since they haven't lost a district game in 1,843 days counting today. The last loss was to Adair County at home on Jan. 23, 2007 in a 64-59 overtime loss. This also happens to be the only district loss under Head Coach Trent Milby.
    Ok, enough about the Lady Knights and their unprecedented run. Let's talk about the Knights and their success over the past couple of seasons.

  • Lady Knights pull out six-point victory in Elizabethtown

    By Josh & Jessica Veatch
    sports@lebanonenterprise.com
    The Marion County Lady Knights varsity basketball team went on the road to play Elizabethtown Thursday, and after a tough battle throughout, the Lady Knights managed to come away with a hard fought six point win.
    Senior Bre Elder and junior Kyvin Goodin-Rogers led the way with 19 points each.