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Today's News

  • 6-8-11 Linescores

    Marion County Little League Baseball
    SATURDAY
    Division standing
    11-12-Year-Old Boys
    White  Sox    10-4
    Cardinals    9-6
    Rays     8-5
    Giants    5-9
    Red  Sox    5-9
    Astros    5-9
    9-10-Year-Old Boys
    Dodgers     13-2
    Reds    8-4
    Cardinals    5-7
    Phillies    4-9
    Red  Sox    2-10

  • 6-8-11 Sports Briefs

    Youth girls soccer tryouts
    Nelson County Elite will have tryouts for U-11 girls interested in playing competitive soccer for 2011 Fall season. Scheduled date for tryouts are 6-7:30 p.m. June 14 and June 16 at Dean Watts Park. For more information, contact Jamie Blanford at (502) 331-1595 or email jwblanfo@dishmail.net.

    Free physicals

  • Little League Action
  • CKSC Lightning soccer team wraps up season


    The CKSC Lightning under 17 soccer team wrapped up their inaugural season in Lebanon recently. Overall, the team competed in six games, winning two of them, losing three, and drawing even in one game.  

  • Bikers cross county for charity

  • Lady Knights honored


    The Marion County Lady Knights softball team held its annual banquet Sunday and several players earned awards for their performances throughout the 2011 season.
    A large group of seniors each earned an award for their contributions to the program over the past four years. Casey Jo Walls, Evan Thompson, Ann Morgan Reynolds, Allison Mattingly, Allye Hamilton, and Tiffany Sapp all took home the senior awards. Walls also nabbed the most improved award, Hamilton collected the most strikeouts from the mound, and Sapp drew the most walks and smashed the most home runs.

  • Recruiting class, talented returners could be right mix for Lady Patriots

    What is a recipe for basketball success in the tough Mid-South Conference? For the St. Catharine College women’s team, head coach Lena Bramblett thinks she has cooked up just the right concoction during this off-season.
    Start with a solid base of returning players, mix in some talented redshirts and throw in the best recruiting class in Bramblett’s nine years as top chef of the Patriot program. That is exactly the recipe St. Catharine has mixed up in hopes of rebounding from last year’s 12-21 campaign.

  • Police chief dies

    UPDATE: The funeral for Lebanon Police Chief Joe Bell will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 11, at Marion County High School.

    Bell died Monday, June 6, at Taylor County Hospital, where he was undergoing prostate surgery. He was 58.

    Bosley Funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrangements. Visitation at the funeral home will be at 4 p.m. Friday, June 10. Public visitation will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday at the high school. The service is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. He is to be buried in the St. Augustine Cemetery.

  • Old Mill Days is this weekend

    Bradfordsville will be hosting its annual Old Mill Days Friday through Sunday, June 10-12. The highlight of this year's event will be the dedication of the old school building at 6 p.m. Saturday.

    Old Mill Days has raised money to help with the renovation of the building for several years, and the building is nearly ready for use.

  • Juneteenth celebration is Saturday

    The third annual Juneteenth/Camp Crittenden Celebration will take play from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 11, at Graham Memorial Park at the park expansion on Fairground Road, across the street from the fairgrounds.

    This year's event will include living history demonstrations by the 12th United States Colored Heavy Artillery and the 14th Kentucky Light Artillery. The event will also feature a display of a flag collection, including a replica of the flag that was used in Lebanon during battle.