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Today's Sports

  • Local hunters help Wounded...

    With hunting season in full swing, many fathers and sons are bringing home deer for the dinner table. One group in Marion County however, brought the joys of hunting to those who need it most – wounded veterans.

  • Knights, Lady Knights tip-off...

    Marion County basketball fans will have to hit the road if they want to watch local teams play in their season openers.

    Monday, Dec. 1, the Lady Knights will be heading to Bardstown for a 7:30 p.m.  game against the Lady Tigers, while the Knights will visit the Casey County Rebels at 8 p.m. The Knights will return to the road Tuesday, Dec. 2, for a 7:30 p.m. tip-off against the Bardstown Tigers.

    Lady Knights

  • Stay thankful, my friends

     Coming up is Thanksgiving, the time of year when the meaning of family manifests itself as we approach another year.

    Over the period of a year things will change, as they always do. So be thankful for what you have today and thankful for those whose courage gives us reason to give thanks.

    Some time during the day, just stop and consider what you have to be thankful for.

  • Lady Knights duo helping UK women

     While the men’s basketball team gets more attention, the Kentucky Wildcats women’s team is 4-0 on the season, which includes a 74-64 win over Baylor on Nov. 14.

    And former two Lady Knights are playing key roles this season.

    Makayla Epps is averaging 12.3 points, five rebounds, and 3.25 assists per game for UK so far this season.

  • Industrial league tourament is...

    The Lebanon Elementary Family Resource Center will be hosting its annual Industrial Basketball Tournament at Lebanon Middle School from Dec. 26 through 28.

    Interested teams must consist of workers who are employed at least 20 hours per week at their companies. 

  • Volleyballer seeking donations...

     Shelby Goode has been invited to participate in the Down Under Sports Tournaments hosted on the Gold Coast of Australia. She will be participating in this international event on the East Conference Volleyball Team during the summer of 2015. She is looking for sponsors to make donations towards the cost of competing down under. 

  • Golf awards announced

     The Marion County High School Knights held their annual awards banquet on Nov. 11. 

    Several Knights received multiple awards. Taking the academic all-state awards were Daniel Maupin and Dylan Cambron. Trevor Burchell and Cody Bramel received academic honorable mention awards. 

  • Cheerleaders take third at...

     The Marion County High School cheerleading squad cheer took third place at Bethlehem High School Saturday at the Bardstown All-Star competition. They are being coached this year by Head Coach Amy Mattingly and Assistant Coach Courtney Murphy.  

  • Deer photos, Nov. 26
  • Simply Strong

    Inside Lebanon Health and Fitness, dance music drones, people work up a sweat, and the floor shakes as weights crash down on the ground with a clank.

    Andrew Lee, whose arm muscles are about as big as your head, moves between stations swiftly and lifts 50-pound dumbbells with ease.

    Lee is a police officer and a competitive bodybuilder.