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Today's News

  • Linescores, May 21

     Marion County youth softball

    May 13

    Rangers 001 010  -  2

    Rays       200  10x -  3

    The Rangers fell in the third straight one-run loss in the most exciting game played thus far in the season. Carly Jo Thomas struck out 12 and scored twice while Amber Farris provided the game winning RBI for the Rays. 

  • 5-21-14 School Menus

    BREAKFAST
    Monday, May 26: No school.
    Tuesday, May 27: Granola breakfast cookie and two toasts or assorted cereal and two toasts,
    Wednesday, May 28: Scrambled eggs and two toasts or assorted cereal and two toasts, banana, variety of juice, milk.
    Thursday, May 29: Milk gravy and biscuit or cereal and toast, applesauce, variety of juice, milk.
    Friday, May 30: Warm cinnamon roll and toast or assorted cereal and toast, peach cup, variety of juice, milk.

  • Young wins volleyball award

     ShaKyra Young was named the Most Valuable Player for the Midway College volleyball team for the 2013 season. According to Coach Cindy Cheatham, Young led the team with 268 kills and had the highest serve receive passing percentage. She was second on the team with 27 aces and 42 blocks. Statistically, Young also averaged the most points per game for the team. Cheatham added that Young has an infectious personality, and her positive demeanor can help lighten the mood during a serious practice. Off the court, she earned a 3.0 GPA as a sophomore.

  • Hupman receives degree; earns full scholarship for master’s program
  • Pinning ceremony is held for 55 Carver School graduates

    “This is not a rite of passage, but rather an effort earned and successfully achieved by our graduating students,” Dr. Darlene Eastridge, dean of Campbellsville University’s Carver School of Social Work and Counseling, said during the Carver School of Social Work and Counseling pinning ceremony May 2 in The Gheens Recital Hall in the Gosser Fine Arts Center.
    Eastridge said the school is producing 55 graduates this semester.

  • Historical society seeks five-year extension from county

    A contingent from the Marion County Historical Society visited the Marion County Fiscal Court on May 15 to request an extension of their agreement regarding use of the old Marion County courthouse.
    The county approved a two-year agreement with the historical society to allow them to use the courthouse rent free. That agreement expires at the end of this fiscal year, June 30.

  • St. Charles Middle School students participate in live video conference
  • 5-21-14 Church Briefs

    Gospel music
    Todd Bodenheimer will perform at Lebanon United Methodist Church, 236 N. Spalding Avenue, Lebanon, at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 8. Music includes a variety of gospel and including “Elvis” gospel songs.
    Come and See Week

  • It’s no longer a question of if: Climate change is here

     

  • Mailbox Improvement Week is May 18-24

    To coincide with Mailbox Improvement Week, May 18-24, the U.S. Postal Service is asking Marion County residents to inspect and repair their mailboxes.
    “Repairing suburban and rural mailboxes improves the appearance of our community and makes delivering and receiving mail safer for our carriers and customers,” Lebanon Postmaster Tony Young said.
    Mailboxes undergo wear and tear every year, but replaceing worn out mailboxes may be needed more than usual after this past winter, according to the postal service.