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Today's News

  • Sports Briefs

    Sluggers tie for first
    Fifteen teams, including four locally based teams, competed in the United Southern Girls Softball Fast Pitch tournaments in the 14-and-under, 12-and-under and 10-and-under divisions.
    The Marion County Sluggers tied for first in the rain-shortened 14-and-under division winning two pool games behind twin two hit shut out pitching performances of Ashley Walls and Monie Matney. The Bluegrass Blaze also went undefeated in pool play and the Fern Creek Fusion came in third place.

  • 5-25 Linescores

    SOFTBALL
    Girls Little League
    May  17
    Rays    5  6  3 0  4  -  18
    Cardinals    3  5  1  2 0  -  11
    Kenlee Stout’s three hits, three runs and four RBI’s helped the Rays to a league leading 7 and 1 record.  Maddie Pettus scored three and knocked in two as well.  Alexis Sickles had two hits, including an inside the park home run, and five RBI’s for the Cardinals.

  • Soccer
  • Girls team competes in regional tournament

    The Marion County Lady Knights tennis team competed in the regional tennis tournament, held May 13-17 in Elizabethtown, which finished up their season.  
    Two Marion County singles players, Olivia Thompson and Taylor Corbett, and one doubles team of Hayley Abell and Allie Evans, competed in the opening round matches on Friday to determine whether or not they would advance to the second round of the regional tournament, while the doubles team of Madison Cassidy and Elyssa Holt received a first round bye.

  • Baseball district begins

    The Marion County Knights baseball team began district play last night in Adair County. The Knights were scheduled to play the Campbellsville Eagles. Results were unknown at press time, but will be in next week’s issue. If they won, they will play in the district championship tonight against either Adair County or Taylor County.
    In last week’s action, Marion County played two games, losing on Thursday to Russell County on the road and defeating North Hardin at home on Friday night.

  • C-ville Lady Tigers will host basketball camp June 20-22

    The NAIA No.-5-ranked Campbellsville University Lady Tigers will be holding their first-ever Basketball Team Camp Monday-Wednesday, June 20-22.
    Fourth-year head coach Ginger Colvin and her assistant, Miranda Denney, will be conducting the three-day camp, which will include a guarantee of eight games in three days for varsity, junior varsity and middle school teams (teams must have a minimum of seven players).
    On Tuesday night there will be an All-Star game and 3-Point Shootout for top campers.

  • Officer graduates from police academy

    Lebanon Police Department Officer Henry I. Keene, Jr., along with law enforcement officers from 14 other agencies across the state, graduated today from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training.

  • Mattingly donates hair to Locks of Love
  • Hamilton visits LMS gifted class
  • Use these tips to clean up after floods

    When a flood is over, victims must start the task of cleaning up their homes. First and foremost, consumers should check with their insurance company about policy coverage and specific filing requirements if anything gets damaged. If damages do occur, shop around before hiring a contractor and take your time. Be sure to inspect all appliances for damages and check your warranties.