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Today's News

  • 6-1-11 Early Files

    75 years ago
    May 8, 1936

    Traffic light approved
    Stop and go lights to regulate traffic in the business district of town will be installed at the two principal downtown intersections the first of June. The city council this week voted to purchase the signals.

    Seniors go dramatic

  • Divine places in hurdles

    Marion County High School track team members who qualified for state competition competed on the campus of the University of Louisville Thursday. Natavia Young was the only member of the team to place in the medals throughout the event. To earn a medal in the meet, a participant must place in the top eight spots. Young jumped 15’ 4.5” in the long jump event, which garnered her eighth place. Young also jumped 34’ in the triple jump, which was good for fourth place.

  • Knights’ season comes to a close


    The  Marion County Knights baseball team traveled to Adair County Wednesday night to play Campbellsville in the 20th District tournament. The Knights couldn’t get their offense going, only scoring two runs and giving up six runs to Campbellsville. The loss would take away the opportunity to make a regional tournament appearance, and put Marion County’s overall record for the 2011 season at 11-14. Marion County’s Devin Spalding and Dylan Spalding were named to the 20th District All-Tournament Team.

  • Sports Briefs

    Sluggers host tourney
    The Marion County Sluggers hosted its 4th annual Memorial Day Madness softball tournament over the weekend.  The fundraiser  supports the Sluggers which gives local girls 7 through 14 the chance to play competitive softball.  Six local teams, including the return of the Bradfordsville Royal Aces, competed with 11 out of town teams in the two-day event.  The 14-and-under sluggers with two shutout victories won the 14-and-under exhibition over the Shely County Slammers.

  • Lebanon is hot spot on the 400 Mile Sale trail

    The 400 Mile Sale rolls through Lebanon from one end of Main Street to the other Thursday-Sunday, June 2-5. This event features dozens of yard sales and Lebanon's own unique antique, craft and collectibles shops.

    The 400 Mile route runs from Maysville to Paducah and through 60 communities along U.S. 68 with thousands of sales, more than 200 shops and great entertainment.

    Schedule

    • June 2-5: 400 Miles sales.

  • Page-turner

    Ninie Hammon is coming back to Marion County, at least, for one day.

    Hammon, formerly Ninie Sooter Glasscock, came to work at The Lebanon Enterprise in 1979. She stayed in central Kentucky, in various positions with the Enterprise and The Springfield Sun until 1995, when she left and started The Southeast Outlook, a Christian newspaper in Louisville.

    But the home of Ham Days remains close to her heart.

  • Six MAC inmates indicted

    Six inmates at Marion Adjustment Center were indicted recently in Marion Circuit Court. Two men are facing assault charges, and four are recent escapees from the prison.

    - Sean Underwood, 38, of Marion Adjustment Center was indicted for third-degree assault, first-degree promoting contraband, tampering with physical evidence and first-degree persistent felony offender.

  • More than just a memorial

    Monday, the country took pause to remember all of the people who have died serving our country. And, for a young woman in Texas, the City of Lebanon was on her mind. More specifically, one of Lebanon's own fallen veterans.

    This man wasn't a relative or a friend. In fact, she never even knew him.

    But thanks to a school project, she knew his story very well.

  • Spirited Start

  • Drug testing policy drafted, funding still needed

    The first draft of a drug testing policy has been written and, if approved by the Marion County Board of Education, it would include athletes, students participating in extra-curricular activities, students who drive to school and students who volunteer or are enrolled by their parents.