Today's News

  • Glasscock Students of the month

    Glasscock Elementary School’s August 2014 Students of the Month are Morgan Schooling, Amayan Owens, Jakyla Thornton, Taeon McElroy, Maddie Lamkin, Brice Ewing, Elizabeth Brady, Kyleeia Hayden, Nora Rigdon, Kenneth Lanham, Draven Shae, Amira Bell, Logan Coulter, Kyleigh Mattingly, DeShaila Newby, Makhia Gunn, Alex Wheeler, Haley Mattingly, Andrew Darst, Nate Scott, Luis Andrade, Alexis Brown, Mariana Mendez, Alexis Wren, Jasper Wright, Laura Thomas, Bailey Jeffries, and Nicholas Orberson.

  • JROTC Cadets of the Month
  • Drew wins 4-H Poetry contest
  • Game Plan, Sept. 17

    Sept. 17


    Taylor Co. at Lady Knights, 6 p.m.

    Sept. 18


    Danville at Knights, 5:30 p.m.


    Campbellsville at Lady Knights, 7 p.m.


  • Submit your photos and drawings for a special Lebanon Christmas ornament

    In honor of Lebanon’s 200th birthday next year, the downtown committee is asking artists and photographers to submit their work to possibly be used for a special Christmas ornament next year. Artists and photographers are encouraged to submit their work featuring downtown Lebanon. The deadline to submit a drawing or photograph is Friday, Nov. 28.

    Contact Isabel Duley, Denise Thomas or Brenda Followell for more information.

    Proceeds from the sell of the ornament will go to the downtown committee to beautiful downtown.

  • Deadline to register in Nov. 4 general election is Oct. 6

    The deadline to register to vote in the upcoming Nov. 4 General Election is Monday, Oct. 6.
    County clerks’ offices throughout Kentucky will accept voter registration cards until the close of business on that date. Mail-in voter registration applications must be postmarked by Oct. 6.

    To be eligible to vote, you must:
    • Be a U.S. citizen,
    • Be a Kentucky resident for at least 28 days before Election day,
    • Be at least 18 years old by the date of the next general election,

  • Swine and Dine all week long
  • Football: Knights sting Yellow Jackets

    Sometimes all it takes is a point.

    The Marion County Knights squashed the Woodford County Yellow Jackets 30-29 on their own field on Sept. 12. The win brought the Knights’ record to 2-1.

    “It’s a great payoff,” Knights Interim Head Coach Matthew “Moo Moo” Mattingly said after the game. 

  • Headlines

    What a week in the sports world! Whether locally here in Marion County, here in the United States, or abroad and across the ocean, there is no shortage of exciting sports news. 

    At the national level, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was in some serious hot water because of the now well-known incident between himself and his wife. 

  • Soccer: Knights ax out Raiders, fall to Rebels

    Coming off a loss to the Nelson County Cardinals, the Marion County Knights hosted and defeated the Hart County Raiders, 4-1, on Sept 9. 

    Knights Coach Greg Conley said he was happy with team’s aggressive play, though he wished they scored more goals. 

    “Obviously it’s a district game so we needed to win,” Conley said.