.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • The Game Plan, Nov. 28

    Nov. 30
    Basketball
    Lady Knights vs. Nelson County (Home)

    Dec. 1
    Basketball
    Lady Knights vs. Casey County (Away)

    Dec. 4
    Basketball
    Lady Knights and Knights vs. Adair County (Away)

  • Knights get mixed results in last scrimmage

    The Marion County High School Knights varsity and junior varsity basketball teams took on DuPont Manual at Male High School in their final preseason scrimmage Saturday. The junior varsity team won three of four quarters and went on to win their scrimmage, but the varsity team dropped three of four quarters and did not fare as well.
    Marion County took the first two quarters of the junior varsity scrimmage, each by at least six points. Chase Lancaster and Anton Cowherd each led the team with six points in the first period that the junior varsity Knights won 19-13.

  • Knights host annual Maroon-White scrimmage

    The Marion County High School Knights basketball team hosted their annual maroon-white scrimmage on Monday of last week. Prizes were given out, the Marion County High School band and cheerleaders performed, and the freshman and junior varsity/varsity teams scrimmaged each other.  

  • Lady Knights looking strong in final preseason scrimmage

    In their final preseason scrimmage before opening up regular season play, the Marion County Lady Knights looked strong as they easily defeated Bryan Station at the Frankfort Christian Academy Saturday morning. Marion County ran off the first 24 unanswered points to take control of the game early on. The Lady Knights held an impressive 29-8 lead after two quarters. The score was cleared after two periods, and the Lady Knights went on to win the third and fourth quarters 28-17 as well. Overall, Marion County won the scrimmage by a final score of 57-25.

  • Waterfowling action goes foul

    Why would any normally sane individual be up and out at 4 a.m.?
    Well, nobody said, or made claim, that waterfowlers were in any way sane! So, being up at 4 a.m. this time of year is, for us, normal.
    Our 4 a.m. last Thursday started with breakfast in the shop, in lieu of the duck blind. Course, as soon as we finished it was off to the blind, which is "just down the road a ways."

  • Volleyball team hands out awards

  • Deer - Gordon

    Dustin Gordon killed this 9-point buck on Nov. 11. He is the son of Barry and Chequita Gordon.

  • Deer - Greenwell

    Gregory Greenwell, age 11, bagged this 9-point buck on opening day of fall deer season 2012 with his father. His parents are Greg and Nicole Greenwell of Loretto.

  • Deer - Robertson

    Tammy Robertson of Lebanon shot this 10-point buck with a Remington .243 in Green County on private land. It weighed 200 pounds.

  • Public Pensions Task Force makes recommendations

    Earlier this summer a Public Pensions Task Force began meeting to discuss possible solutions to the unfunded liability in the Kentucky retirement system.  After several months of consideration and discussion with local and national experts, we approved an eight-point proposal outlining suggestions to put Kentucky's public retirement system back on sound financial footing.
    We looked at ways to pay down the pension debt, provide immediate relief to cash-strapped budgets and create a new pension system that is sustainable and secure.