Today's News

  • 4-30-14 School Menus

    Monday, May 5: Pancake and sausage on stick w/maple syrup and toast or assorted cereal and two toast, peaches, variety of juice, milk.
    Tuesday, May 6: Granola breakfast cookie and two toast or assorted cereal and two toast, mandarin oranges, variety of juice, milk.
    Wednesday, May 7: Scrambled eggs and two toast or assorted cereal and two toast, banana, variety of juice, milk.
    Thursday, May 8: Milk gravy and biscuit or cereal and toast, applesauce, variety of juice, milk.

  • Marion County Area Technology Center students of the month
  • Newby earns highest achievement in Boy Scouts of America


  • Long-time superintendent has died

    Hugh C. Spalding Sr., the longest serving superintendent for Marion County Public Schools, died April 20 at Sacred Heart Village in Louisville. He was 101 years old.
    Spalding served as the school superintendent from 1937 until 1975, excluding two years when he was serving in the military during World War II.
    “None of them that took his place could compare to him as far as I’m concerned,” said Marcus Clark, who was a teacher while Spalding was the superintendent.

  • Marion County FFA wins state competition
  • STLP wins first place at state competition

    The Student Technology Leadership Program at West Marion Elementary School won first place at the state STLP competition recently.
    WMES won first place in cinemania with their film “The Great Chicken Caper.” The students that were involved in that project include Cameron Dillander, Kyla Tungate, Haley Ellis, Sarah Hamilton, Eli Durham, Samuel Thompson, Landon Cambron, James Lucas, Aubrey Brady, J.J. Essex and Jasmine Farmer.
    WMES student Samuel Thompson also won first place in Proven Learning Quick Recall.

  • Spalding Avenue woman indicted for wanton endangerment

    Brittany M. Wiser, 27, of 321 S. Spalding Avenue in Lebanon was indicted in Marion Circuit Court recently for first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication controlled substance.

  • KSP identifies suspect vehicle in killings as black Impala

    By Forrest Berkshire
    Landmark News Service

    Kentucky State Police have identified a suspect vehicle linked to the killing of two women in Botland Monday night.
    Investigators are searching for a black 2006-2013 Chevrolet Impala that was seen driving from Botland toward Bardstown around 8 p.m. Monday evening.
    Police said the car "appears to be black in color and the windows do not appear to be tinted."

  • Mother and daughter homicide victims remembered

    By Jennifer Corbett
    Landmark News Service

    To those that worked with them, Kathy and Samantha Netherland were two people who had tremendous passion for their respective crafts.
    Kathy, a special education teacher at Bardstown Elementary School, was known as an enthusiastic woman who loved teaching. Her daughter, Samantha, a sophomore at Bardstown High School, was a student who excelled academically and had dreams of becoming a marine biologist.

  • Frost-Arnett to add 70 new local jobs

    By Leslie Moore
    Landmark News Service

    Keeping up with the rapid growth in the health industry, Frost-Arnett Co. is expanding and creating 70 full-time jobs for its Campbellsville call center. The company will also invest $620,000 to expand the existing 10,000 square-foot facility on East Broadway to 12,000 square feet.
    An accounts receivable management company specializing in office solutions for health care organizations, Frost-Arnett opened its doors in Campbellsville in November 1999.