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Today's News

  • Color In Motion returns May 17

     The Color in Motion 5K returns to Lebanon May 17. Runners are encouraged to put on a white shirt and be ready for a good time.

    Runners and walkers will get to be part of the “moving rainbow” as it travels through Lebanon for the second time this spring.

    The first wave of the race will begin at 9 a.m. at Graham Memorial Park.

  • Youth league champs

     Pictured are the Bulls, winners of the 8-9 year-old Marion County Youth Basketball League regular season. They are, from left, Luke Rogers, Caden Morgan, Coach Chris Yocum, Andrew Pulliam, Markell Bell, Christopher Yocum Jr., Caden Cowherd, Keavian Yocum, Coach John Bell, Conner Beaven and Lance Lanham. 

  • New Haven woman gets probation for drug trafficking

    Mary Delonjay, 46, of 218 Red Bud Drive No. 24 in New Haven received five years of probation in Marion Circuit Court recently for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance first offense (10 or fewer dosage units, four counts) and second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance first offense (20 or more dosage units, four counts). She was ordered to serve 180 days in jail and to pay $625 court costs, $1,315 restitution, $65.75 fee and $2,000 in lieu of forfeiture.
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  • 3-12-14 Police Log

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

  • Rotary Club news
  • Central Kentucky Community Action offers seniors scholarship

    Central Kentucky Community Action will again offer educational awards for graduating high school seniors and GED recipients in our eight-county service area.
    These educational awards will be given in the form of scholarships to assist with tuition while attending a four-year college, a two-year college, or a technical school.

  • Seniors can apply for Debbie Gardner Memorial Scholarship

    The Debbie Gardner Memorial Scholarship is available to graduating high school seniors and GED recipients in Marion County.
    This scholarship can be used to assist with tuition while attending a four-year college, a two-year college, or a technical school.
    Anyone applying for this scholarship must first meet the federal low-income guidelines. Preference will be given to graduating seniors or GED recipients going into the fields of social services, business, agriculture, or education. Students’ grade point average will also be taken into consideration.

  • Glasscock’s February Students of the Month
  • Author of ‘The Killing Jar’ coming March 18

    St. Catharine College Board of Trustee member Sr. Judy Morris and SCC faculty Dr. Harry Toder will be hosting a book signing for author Gloria Nixon-John on March 18 at 11 a.m. and again at 7 p.m. in Pettus Auditorium. She will be discussing her book, “The Killing Jar,” which is based on the true story of one on the youngest Americans to be charged with a capital crime and sentenced to death.

  • Slocum will discuss new book