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Today's News

  • Skill-building

    In 90-degree heat, and under the watchful eye of carpentry instructor Danny Taylor, Marion County Area Technology Center students are building another house.
    Last week, the students were putting down boards for the base of the floor, working in teams to cut pieces to the correct size, put them down and secure them together.
    “There’s no way to give this kind of experience and skill in the classroom,” Taylor said.

  • Marion County 4-H compete at Kentucky State Fair

     

  • Will the real straw man please stand up

     

  • Bethlehem participates in Ice Bucket Challenge

    By Kacie Goode
    Landmark News Service

    Bethlehem High School braved the icy shock of cold water as they participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Thursday, falling in line with the charity campaign popularized on social media.
    Principal Tom Hamilton promised the event would be “monumental” prior to taking the challenge.

  • Good, Farmer marry May 17

     

  • 9-3-14 Reunions

    O’Bryan/Miles
    The descendants of Artie O’Bryan/Della Miles including Miles, Morris, O’Bryan, Brown, Cheshire, Dant, Donahue, Haydon, Miller and Weaver families will have a multi-family reunion Saturday, Sept. 6, at Rick and Fran O’Bryan’s cabin and lake, 520 Old Quarry Lane, New Haven. Lunch will be served at 2 p.m. Plates, forks, napkins, cups and ice will be provided. Those attending are asked to bring enough food for their family and photos to share. For more information, call Patsy Logsdon at 270-865-2722.

  • Lebanon tax hearing set for Sept. 8

    The City of Lebanon has scheduled a public hearing at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 8 at city hall regarding its proposed 2014-15 property tax rate.
    The city is considering a rate of 20.3 cents per $100 valuation. This is an increase over the current rate of 19.8 cents per $100 valuation.
    At the higher tax rate, the city projects that it would receive $615,257 in revenue compared to $591,870 if it leaves the tax rate unchanged.
    The city’s compensating rate would be 19.6 cents per $100 valuation.
     

  • 9-3-14 Senior Menus

    Wednesday, Sept. 3: Baked ham, pork, baked beans, cauliflower with cheese, whole wheat bread, Ambrosia.
    Thursday, Sept. 4: Closed.
    Friday, Sept. 5: Barbecue pork, brussel sprouts, tossed salad, baked apples and raisin with granola topping, whole wheat bread.
    Monday, Sept. 8: Hamburger, sliced tomato, potato salad, steamed broccoli, fruited gelatin, whole wheat bread.
    Tuesday, Sept. 9: Ham, mashed potatoes, buttered zucchini, fruit cup, Jell-O cake, whole wheat bread.
    Wednesday, Sept. 10: Sack day.
    Thursday, Sept. 11: Closed.

  • Hutchins is ‘Celebrity of the Quarter’ at SVH
  • Tri-County United Way’s Spriit 5k is Sept. 20

    The Tri-County Kentucky United Way annual Spirit 5K Fun Run and Walk will be held at 8:30 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 20, at the Nelson County Civic Center, 321 South 3rd Street, Bardstown. The run starts at the Civic Center, goes through the Edgewood Subdivision, and ends up back at the Civic Center. This is the Kentucky Bourbon Festival Saturday.  Groups and teams are welcome. Medals will be given to top three finishers in men and women categories and a travelling trophy to the most spirited team at the event. Register on site beginning at 7:30 a.m.