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Today's News

  • Kara Tingle Rigdon reward fund to close

    The $11,000 reward fund, which was established last year in an effort to obtain information leading to the whereabouts of Kara Tingle Rigdon, is going to be closed at midnight, Friday, Nov. 30. Money will be returned to the various donors, according to Kara's mother, Sheila Tingle.

    Kara has been missing since July 17, 2010, when she was last seen on Beechfork Loop Road in Gravel Switch. Kara, 29, was driving a family member's car that was found two days later on the Bluegrass Parkway.

  • Marion County musician gets screen time in 'Lincoln'

    When Steven Spielberg's newest film, "Lincoln", was released, Marion County's Don Johnson had a personal reason for going to see it.

    He's in the movie.

    Briefly.

    "For a half a day's shoot, it's less than 10 seconds of glory," Johnson said, with a laugh.

  • Lebanon woman gets probation in child abuse case

    A Lebanon woman pled guilty to first-degree criminal abuse stemming from broken ribs to her then-5-month-old daughter.

    Victoria O. Berger, 32, of 780 Hwy. 289 Lot #23 in Lebanon received five years of probation on a charge of first-degree criminal abuse. Court documents read that Berger admitted to shaking the baby at approximately 75 percent strength on two occasions.

    Berger has been ordered to serve 90 days in jail and to pay $150 court costs.

    In other court news:

  • Former Raywick fire chief indicted

    Former Raywick Fire Chief Charles "Chuck" Helm has been indicted on charges of theft by unlawful taking over $10,000 and abuse of public trust.

    The indictment against Helm, 52, of 1000 Hazy Downs Road in Raywick was handed down by a Marion County grand jury on Monday, Nov. 19.

  • West Marion welcomes parents, grandparents for lunch
  • LES STARS for September
  • Last day to postmark ballots is Dec. 3

    The election of agricultural producers to Farm Service Agency (FSA) county committees is important to all farmers and ranchers, whether beginning or long-established with large or small operations. It is crucial that every eligible producer participate in these elections because FSA county committees are a link between the community and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

  • Five generations

     

  • 11-21-12 Senior Citizens Menus

    Monday, Nov. 26: Potato soup, half peanut butter and jelly sandwich, celery and carrot sticks, orange slices, bread.
    Tuesday, Nov. 27: Beef roast, mashed potatoes, squash/tomato casserole, raisins, pineapple chunks, roll.
    Wednesday, Nov. 28: Hamburger, relish plate, potato salad, pork and beans, banana.
    Thursday, Nov. 29: Brown bag.
    Friday, Nov. 30: Vegetable soup w/beef, half pimento cheese sandwich, mandarin oranges, yellow sheet cake, whipped topping.
     

  • 11-21-12 Public Record

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