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Today's News

  • Chicken and broccoli salads are oldies but goodies

    Here are two cool summer salads you will really like, one chicken and one broccoli.  I’ve featured them both in this column before, and they are in my cookbook.  They are recipes I return to again and again.
    The Hawaiian Chicken Salad recipe was given to me by my friend Pat Colley (mother of Andy, local radio celebrity.)  I made it this past weekend because my daughters Rachel and Stevie were there, and they both love it.  It’s really delicious, and this recipe makes a lot, so it’s great for a pot-luck.

  • Marion County FFA Executive Team attends Kentucky FFA Leadership Training Center
  • Marion County Fair winners
  • Multi-tasking

     

     

  • It’s important to stay hydrated

    Over the past several articles we’ve talked about various styles of artificial baits and some very basic techniques for using them.
    So what else do we need when we’re going to spend time outdoors, especially this time of year? It’s readily obtainable, inexpensive and comes in one basic style. And this item can save your life.
    Do ya think I’m talking about PDFs (personal floatation devices)? While PDFs are indeed a mandatory item for safety, they’ll be talked about in another article.

  • 11-12-year-olds are state runners-up

    The Marion County 11-12-year-old All-Star softball team made a tremendous run in the state tournament, making it to the final game Friday night. However, the locals couldn’t force the if-necessary game against North Laurel as they were defeated by a score of 9-4, taking home the runner-up trophy for the state tournament. The All-Stars had lost their game on Tuesday of last week to the same North Laurel team to put them in the loser’s bracket, but defeated South Shore Thursday to play another day.

    Marion County 4, North Laurel 9

  • 11-Year-Olds win first three games in state tourney

    Marion County has reached the semifinals of the 2011 Kentucky State Little League Tournament.
    The Marion County 11-year-old All Stars swept their three games in pool play to advance to the state semifinals. They were scheduled to play Richmond National Tuesday evening. The winner is scheduled to play in the 10-11-year-old state championship at 7 p.m. Wednesday against the winnner of the other semifinal between Warren County Southern/Hazard Perry County.

  • Little League state tournament finals are July 20

    Pool play for the Kentucky State Little League tournament is over, and the elimination play started Tuesday night. The championship games for each division are scheduled to be played Wednesday evening, July 20.
    The 9-10-year-old championship will be played at 6 p.m. The winner of the Knox County/Campbellsville semifinal will play the winner of the East Daviess/North Oldham semifinal.

  • 9-10-year-olds lose in state semifinals

    The Marion County 9-10-year-old All-Stars lost two games last week, which took away their chances of making it to the finals of the state tournament. The team lost to Clay County 11-6 Tuesday of last week and on Thursday they were defeated in the semifinals by North Oldham 18-12.

    North Oldham 18, Marion County 12

  • 8-and-Under All-Stars