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Today's News

  • Boyle County eliminates Lady Knights from district

    The Marion County Lady Knights soccer team played Boyle County, the host of the district tournament, in the second round Oct. 11. They couldn't get on the scoreboard, losing the game 10-0 due to the mercy rule. They reached the second round after beating Garrard County, 2-0, on Oct. 10.  

    In the Boyle County game, the Lady Knights were outmatched.

  • Rebels outrun Knights

    The Marion County Knights football team traveled to Danville Friday night to play Boyle County. The Knights couldn't get it going, only scoring 14 points in the game, one offensive touchdown and one on the defensive side. This loss takes Marion County's overall record to 3-5 and 1-2 in district play, with two regular season games remaining.

  • Cross Country competes in three meets

    The Marion County Cross Country team competed Oct. 11 at Mercer County, Oct. 13 at Green County, and in the Fox and the Hound Race at the Forkland Festival Saturday.

    At Mercer County,  Madison Avritt took first place, Morgan Avritt took second place, and Mary Helen Hamilton finished fourth. The girls did not qualifty as a team.

  • Pros at MCHS

    Who would have thought it? It was the last thing from my mind, when I found out about it Friday morning. The Big Blue All-Stars are coming to Lebanon to take on the Saint Catharine College Patriots at the Roby Dome tomorrow night. NBA players will be on the same court that the Knights and Lady Knights play on.  

  • Gas prices could affect hunting chances

    Our second annual 4-H Fishing Club - the Puddle Jumpers - Jack-O-Lantern carving contest was very successful again this year.

    While we would always like to see the number of contestants increase, those in attendance seemed to have a good time.

    There were some very original creations and to be honest, I think the adults had as much fun as the kids.

  • 10-19-11 Public Record

    New drivers
    NOTICE: Any permit holder wishing to take the road test can call (270) 692-2681 to schedule an appointment.
    The following passed the road test Oct. 11, 2011, and earned their Kentucky
    driver’s license.
    Whitney J. Smith
    Harley D. Richardson
    William C. Gruber
    Branden S. Morrissette
    Kellie L. Smith
    Lisa A. Sanchez
    Claire M. Hagan
    Michael T. Withrow
    Joseph G. Morris
    Todd M. Shellhamer
    Logan L. Powell

  • Free dental screens with Smile Kentucky!

  • Miller Pike resident gets four years for DUI

    Derrick J. Johnson, 41, of 650 Miller Pike in Lebanon was sentenced to four years in prison for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or other substance (fourth or subsequent offense), operating a motor vehicle while license revoked or suspended (third or subsequent offense), resisting arrest and no or expired registration plates.
    A charge of first-degree felony offender was dismissed.

    In other circuit court news:

  • ‘Operation Safe Driver’ campaign is Oct. 16-22

    The KSP Commercial Vehicle Division is participating in the national “Operation Safe Driver” campaign from Oct. 16-22. The program is sponsored by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA).

  • The Republican debates invade College Game Day