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Today's News

  • Girls tennis takes first two matches

    The Marion County High School Lady Knights tennis team pulled out a couple of close matches last week, defeating Campbellsville, 4-3, and Thomas Nelson, 3-2.
    In the season-opener against Campbellsville, Marion County dropped three of four singles matches, but swept the doubles matches. In singles action, Alyssa Farmer lost to Brooklyn Harris, 7-6, (7-3), 6-4. Morgan Milby defeated Allie Evans, 2-6, 6-2, (10-6), and Brittany Ford defeated Rebecca Evans, 8-2.   Marion County picked up a singles win when Bailey Spalding defeated Haley Morris, 8-2.

  • Bass Anglers have gone fishin’

    We had our first Mid-KY Bass Anglers tournament last Saturday. Originally scheduled for March 24, we moved it to March 23 due to the bad weather forecast for Sunday.

  • Track teams have strong showing at Green County

    The Marion County track team headed to Green County to compete in an all-comers meet Thursday. Overall, the teams finished in their highest spots of the season.  The girls’ team finished in third place with 84 total points, and the boys’ team took second place with 102 points.

  • Cold Start

    Well, I asked my 3-year-old daughter, Karli, for ideas for my column just to see what she would say, and she said that I should write about commercials. I didn’t feel that this was a good idea, so I chose otherwise.

  • Knights ace early matches

    Last week, the Marion County High School boys’ tennis team began their season, and they started it with three straight wins. Matches against Campbellsville, Thomas Nelson and Danville all resulted in victories.
    In the season opening match with Campbellsville, the Knights took seven of nine matches.

  • Lady Knights' softball team takes two of three

    The Marion County Lady Knights softball team played won two of the three games last week. The Lady Knights were able to defeat Mercer County at home and Casey County on the road, but fell to Green County at home.

  • Epps is Gatorade Player of the Year

    Marion County High School senior Makayla Epps has added another award to her collection. During the KHSAA Sweet 16, Epps was notified that she won the Gatorade Kentucky Girls Basketball Player of the Year for 2013.  
    This award not only recognizes outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the court.
    Epps’ selection as the Kentucky player of the year placed her in the running for National Player of the Year.

  • City will no longer work on private property

    On March 11, Lebanon Mayor Gary Crenshaw issued a memo stating that city employees should no longer do any work on private property, acknowledging that city employees have assisted homeowners and business owners with minor matters in the past.
    “While these acts may have been performed with good intentions, they must not continue,” Crenshaw wrote.
    He added that going forward, the city would follow the letter of the law.

  • News laws result from General Assembly

    Each legislative session is invariably remembered for one or two high-profile laws, but there are always many others that, while not getting as much attention, are important as well.

  • Marion County is making a difference

    “Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.”