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Today's News

  • Richardson leaves MCHS

     

  • Knights split two games

    The Marion County Knights baseball team managed to squeeze in two games at the end of last week after a rash of rainouts early in the week. The Knights played Taylor County on Friday and Shelby County on Saturday, both at Hourigan Field.  Marion County came out of these two contests with a record of 1-1, taking their overall record to 7-8.
     
    At home against Taylor County

  • Lady Knights pick up district win

    The Marion County Lady Knights softball team was scheduled to play three games last week, all at Talley Field. However, due to rain, they were only able to get in one of those games.  

    Campbellsville 1, Marion County 7

  • Bright turkeys
  • Team performs well at home meet

    During Friday’s Panther Twilight Invitational track meet at Elizabethtown, sophomore Brooks Divine took what Head Coach Robby Peterson described as “a nasty fall” on the pole vault event which caused some injuries that will most likely sideline Divine for the rest of the season. According to Divine’s mother, Brooks suffered some pulled ligaments in his neck and a fractured rib.

  • 5-4-11 Linescores

    Softball
    Marion County Little League
    April 28
     Rays    4  10 5  5  - 24
    Rangers       2  3  1  0  -  6
    The Rays behind Kenlee Stouts three hits, four runs scored and five RBI’s improved their record to 3 and 1.  Jaci Benningfield stuck out nine for the Rays.  Sarah Clark scored three runs for the Rangers.
     
    Cardinals    2 0 2 3  3  0 - 10

  • Champs
  • Erhardt joins Family Hair Center

     

    Suzie Erhardt of Greensburg recently joined the Family Hair Center at 3020 Hwy. 208 in Calvary. She will be accepting appointments and walk-ins Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. till 1:30 p.m. She specializes in cuts, perms, color, styling, up dos and full body wax. Erhardt can be reached at (270) 692-2585.

  • Mattingly attends professional development conference

     Stacy Mattingly, executive director of the Marion County Chamber of Commerce, joined 55 representatives from local chambers across the commonwealth last week in Frankfort for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Executives spring conference, presented by Infintech.
    Professional development programs were offered on topics including relationship building, crisis management, retaining members, and engaging new members. In addition, the attendees participated in a time honored best practice session where they shared information on what their local chamber is doing.

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