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Today's News

  • Lady Knights go 1-1 in first week of play

    The Marion County High School Lady Knights volleyball team defeated Thomas Nelson High School Tuesday of last week on the road, and lost to Nelson County Thursday night at the Roby Dome.

    This season, a match consists of the best of five sets.

    Marion County vs. Nelson County

  • What a catch!

    Weeter Southall, along with the aid of Ike Owen, landed this monster 12-inch shell cracker fish at an undisclosed location.

  • Blaze softball team

  • Man airlifted after motorcycle wreck on Ky. 78

    Cows may have spooked a Bradfordsville man, who was airlifted Aug. 8 after wrecking on his motorcycle along Ky. 78.

    Lincoln County Sheriff Curt Folger said Jeremy Clarkson was traveling on Ky 78 near Turnersville around noon when he came around a curve and saw three cows standing next to the road.

  • Cinema at the Square

    The Marion County Public Library held its annual Cinema at the Square event Saturday at Centre Square in Lebanon. The movie 'The Muppets' was shown outdoors on an inflatable screen, and there was also bouncies, games and food.

  • Warning signs

    For the second time this year, homemade signs were strategically placed throughout the City of Lebanon last week, warning local media outlets and law enforcement of the drug problem that exists in Marion County.

  • Fiscal court votes to keep tax rates the same, again

    While prices for groceries and gas continue to rise, Marion Countians can breathe a little easier knowing their county taxes won't follow suit.

    During its Aug. 9 meeting, Marion County Judge/Executive John G. Mattingly recommended that the county not raise taxes, and the Marion County Fiscal Court voted unanimously to keep its 2012 tax rates the same as last year.

    "We've never raised them, so I'd hate to start now," Magistrate Jackie Wicker said.

  • Murder trial set to begin Monday in Taylor County

    Darrell Ford hasn't had a full night's sleep since his brother was killed on Feb. 10, 2009.

    He's hoping that will change soon.

    That's because the murder trial for Tonya Ford, who is accused of killing Darrell's brother and her former husband, Lebanon Police Officer David M. Ford, is scheduled to begin Monday, Aug. 20, in Taylor Circuit Court.

    Darrell said he's nervous, but relieved that the trial is finally going to proceed.

  • Kentucky Bluegrass Music Kickoff is Top 20 Event

    The Southeast Tourism Society has named Lebanon's Kentucky Bluegrass Music Kickoff (KBMK) to their impressive Top 20 Events listing for January - March 2013. The KBMK will take place Jan. 25-26 at the Roby Dome and feature two days of bluegrass music classes, jam sessions, and friendly competition, followed by two evening performances.

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream and arts festival take center stage at Centre Square

    A fun and exciting adaptation of Shakespeare's classic masterpiece, A Midsummer Night's Dream, will take center stage at the Fine Arts Building at Centre Square Aug. 16-18. In conjunction with a jester, magic potions, and fairies, an arts festival will take place prior to the theatrical performance.