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Today's News

  • Fiscal court to meet at 4 p.m. April 7

    The Marion County Fiscal Court is scheduled to meet in regular session at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 7, at the David R. Hourigan Government Center.

    Items on the agenda include the following:

    - Minutes of the previous meeting

    - Consideration of the Kentucky Board of Medical Services Grant

    - Request for cul de sac installation on Guthrie Mays Road

    - Road name clarifications for E-911 mapping and addressing needs

    - Detention center budget for fiscal year 2011-12

  • City council to meet April 11 in Angelic Hall

    The Lebanon City Council is scheduled to meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Monday, April 11. Instead of meeting at city hall, however, this meeting will be held in Angelic Hall in the Centre Square Performing Arts Center.

  • One MAC walk-away has been captured

    One of the inmates who walked away from Marion Adjustment Center on March 25 has been apprehended.

    Josh Levi Hogue, 30, was captured in Pulaski County at his wife's home, according to Det. Glen Bland of the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office.

    "They were surprised," Bland said.

    He added that Hogue was taken without incident.

    "We went in with enough manpower and fast enough that he had to go peacefully," Bland said. "We didn't take any chances."

  • Amber Alert for Loyall, Ky, girl has been cancelled

    Police have located a six-year-old girl who was taken by a man believed to be her father yesterday afternoon, April 5. Police believe the man may be driving to Arkansas.

    Shelly Bailey of Loyall, Ky, is safe and her father, Larry Bailey, has been taken into custody.

     

  • Higdon: Hold public officials accountable

    Last week, I reported that both the House and the Senate voted for a responsible approach to resolving the Medicaid budget shortfall. Unfortunately, late Friday, the Governor vetoed all the key accountability provisions and is now left with an open checkbook combined with an unlimited credit card funded with your tax dollars.

  • Day to remember

    March 10, 2003, was the most important date in the history of the Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission.

    April 11, 2011, may just be the second most important.

    In 2003, Lebanon Mayor Gary Crenshaw broke a tie that allowed the commission to be created. On Monday, the city council could take a step that will effectively end that commission.

  • Running and racing with my rug rat

    “Hey, momma. Wanna race?”

    It’s a question my four-year-old son, Owen, is asking me constantly these days.

    It doesn’t matter if we’re in the hallway of our house or waking into school - Owen wants to race!

    And, he gets it naturally.

  • Sec. of State candidate: Bill Johnson

    Secretary of State candidate questionnaire

     

    NAME: Bill Johnson

     

    ADDRESS: P.O. Box 336, Elkton, KY 42220

    Date of birth: December 13, 1965

     

    FAMILY: Wife of 22 years Delinda, Son Will, and Daughter Julia

     

  • Sec. of State candidate: Hilda Legg

    Secretary of State Candidate questionnaire

     

    NAME: Hilda Gay Legg

     

    ADDRESS: 130 Kent Haven Drive, Somerset, KY  42503

     

    Date of birth: 10-7-1952

     

    FAMILY: one son, Dane

     

  • 4-6-11 Public Record

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