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Government

  • Mills had huge financial edge in fall campaign

    State Rep. Terry Mills won re-election with a strong show of support from Marion County voters, but his campaign also received a financial boost from contributors from around the state and country.

    According to the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance, Mills had more than 27 times more funding for his campaign than his opponent, Leo Johnson of Casey County.

  • Voting for a change

    Three sitting school board members were seeking to return to the board, but in all three races the voters picked their challengers instead.

    In District Three, Michael Mullins swept all three precincts (courthouse, Calvary and Hamilton Heights) in a race against Alex Ackermann. He won by a margin of nearly two to one, 717 votes to 360 votes.

  • County, city officials discuss revising animal ordinance

    The City of Lebanon animal control ordinance took effect in September of 2008.

    But before the final version of the ordinance was approved, the city and the Marion County Fiscal Court approved a memorandum of agreement allowing Marion County Animal Control Officer Jeff Wooldridge to enforce the ordinance.

    That original agreement was for six months, and Monday night, Wooldridge spoke with the city council about revisiting the ordinance.