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Today's News

  • Glasscock Elementary March Students of the Month
  • Mattingly speaks to students during Operation Preparation
  • Lady Knights defeat Titans

    The Marion County Lady Knights landed right-side-up with a win and a loss last week. The Lady Knights defeated the Mercer County Titans and lost to the Bethlehem Banshees. 

    On Tuesday, the Lady Knights (4-2) were scheduled to face the North Hardin Trojans (1-8) after press time.

    Mercer

  • Autism walk is Saturday

    Families affected by autism have their own challenges, but this weekend will be an opportunity for them, their friends and the community to celebrate and educate.
    The fourth annual Working the Puzzle for Autism Walk will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 12, at Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon. In the event of rain, the walk will be moved to Lebanon Elementary School.
    "So many of these kids have so much potential. It's just a matter of tapping into it," said Lisa Nally-Martin, the walk organizer.

  • Knights top Maroons

     Prior to shoving off for Spring Break, the Knights hosted and defeated the Pulaski County Maroons (2-7) on April 1. 

    The win was everything but an April Fools’ joke as the Knights defeated the Maroons, 7-3, to improve to 4-2 on the season.

    “I’ll take it, I’ll always take wins,” Knights Coach Patrick Campbell said.

  • Kentucky Writers Celebration is April 24

    The 2014 Kentucky Writers Celebration will be held from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Thursday, April 24, at the Marion County Heritage Center in Lebanon.

  • City gets preliminary report on flooding

    For the last few months, O’Brien and Gere Engineers has been trying to determine what can be done to avert the kind of flooding that affected downtown Lebanon last year. Monday evening, Elaine Flinn of O’Brien and Gere presented a preliminary report to the Lebanon City Council. Flinn explained that they have conducted a ground survey of the Jordan Creek, reviewed downtown businesses, and partially completed an aerial survey.
    “The Jordan storm system is undersized for a large storm event,” she told the council.

  • A girl for all seasons

    Whether she’s kicking a ball, playing the net, or leaping and running, Miranda Bradshaw, a 17-year old senior at Marion County High School, knows few, if any boundaries at all. 

    During her time at MCHS, Bradshaw has tried her hand at almost every sport the school has to offer for girls. While she has no true favorite athletic activity, Bradshaw has participated in soccer, basketball, tennis, and track. 

  • Stay healthy so you can keep hunting, fishing

     I think everything is back to as normal as it gets for me. Last week I was fishing the Puddle Jumper Tournament on Springfield Reservoir. My cell phone rang and I saw it was my daughter Traci sending me a text. She was letting me know my oldest son was being flown to Somerset after a possible heart attack.

    It didn’t take long to get off the lake, get home, unhook the boat and head to Somerset.

  • All their eggs in one basket

    The hunt was on as children of all ages and sizes stormed Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon Saturday morning during the Easter egg hunt. Despite cooler temperatures, a large crowd gathered at the park for the annual tradition.