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Today's News

  • Kentucky Bluegrass Music Kickoff to feature The Grascals

    Celebrating the state's official music and the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Bill Monroe, the "Father of Bluegrass Music," Lebanon opens Kentucky's bluegrass music season with the Kentucky Bluegrass Music Kickoff Jan. 28-29.

  • Training exercise turns into real life emergency

    Robert Mattingly didn't expect to be saving a life May 2, but Locky Beasley is glad he did.

    Last month, Mattingly and Jeff Kinser of the Louisa Fire Department received medals of valor for their efforts that day, and State Rep. Rocky Adkins of Sandy Hook presented each of them with a proclamation from the Kentucky House of Representatives.

  • MLK Day celebration is Sunday

    A member of the Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame will be the featured speaker during the Martin Luther King Day celebration in Lebanon this Sunday.

    During his career, William Turner has worked as a research assistant for Alex Haley (the author of Roots). Today, he serves as a distinguished professor of Appalachian studies at Berea College.

    Turner's talk will cap a day of festivities Jan. 16 in Lebanon.

  • New Year's Baby

    Harlee Jayde Sapp became the first baby born at Spring View Hospital in 2011. She was born at 11:15 a.m. Jan. 4. She weighed seven pounds, 13 ounces and was 20 inches long. She is the daughter of Rikki and Chris Sapp of Campbellsville. Harlee's grandparents are Richard and Sherri Riggs and Stacey and Steve Sapp, all of Campbellsville.

  • Rigdon cases moved to Washington County

    Seven cases involving William David "Billy" Rigdon are being moved to Washington Circuit Court.

    On Jan. 3, Circuit Judge Dan Kelly approved a change of venue in a series of cases in which Rigdon is the defendant.

  • All-male board has first meeting of 2011

    Three new school board members were officially sworn into office at the Marion County Board of Education Thursday.

    Michael Mullins (District Three), Ed Hacker (District Five) and Mike Cecil (District Four) took the oath of office and participated in their first official meeting, which was short and sweet. The board unanimously appointed Mullins the board chairperson and Hacker the vice-chairperson.

  • Students participate in Patriots Challenge

    Recently, Marion and Washington County HOSA students, Health Occupations Students of America, competed in the Patriots Challenge event held at Saint Catherine College. Patriots Challenge is a preparatory event for state competition to be held in March. Students who compete have chances at winning $500, $250 and $100 scholarships, which may be doubled at the state level.

  • School Menus

    BREAKFAST
    Monday, Jan. 17: No school
    Tuesday, Jan. 18: Sausage and biscuit or cereal and toast, juice, milk.
    Wednesday, Jan. 19: Donuts, oatmeal and toast or cereal and toast, juice, milk.
    Thursday, Jan. 20: Pancake on stick and toast or cereal and toast, juice, milk.
    Friday, Jan. 21: Assorted Poptarts and toast or cereal and toast, juice, milk.

    LUNCH
    Elementary schools
    Monday, Jan. 17: No school.

  • Local students named to dean’s, president’s lists

    St. Catharine College recently announced the list of students who have achieved extraordinary academic success for the Fall 2010 semester. The dean’s list includes all students who had a grade point average of 3.6 - 3.999. The president’s list includes students who had a perfect 4.0 during the fall semester.

  • Faces of hope in the tears of Tucson