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Today's News

  • Road plan update, honoring teachers and state employees

    One of the most important functions of my job as your state representative is to fight for funding for key road and bridge projects in our communities.

  • U.S. Rep. James Comer: ‘Marion County is an economic development success story’

    “I’m a big fan of your economic team here in Marion County,” said U.S. House of Representatives and Kentucky Representative James Comer. “This is an economic development success story. I travel the state a lot, there’s some counties that say they can’t get jobs there. Marion County has written the book on how to attract industry without being blessed with university headquarters here or a major interstate running right through it.”

  • Search underway for missing kayaker

    As of press time, emergency officials from Marion and Taylor counties were still searching for a missing 28-year-old Marion County man who went missing while kayaking Sunday afternoon, May 6.
    According to Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Clements, the sheriff’s office received a call at 2:48 p.m. that a group of kayakers had gone over the Mill Dam, and one of the kayakers had been ejected from his kayak and went under. They’ve not been able to locate him.

  • Marion County Fiscal Court approves Maker’s Mark agreement

    After nearly an hour of discussion Thursday afternoon between the members of the Marion County Fiscal Court and community members, the fiscal court approved a resolution to enter into a memorandum of agreement regarding issuance of industrial revenue bonds for Maker’s Mark warehouses and the industrial building on Veterans Memorial Parkway (the bypass) in Lebanon. The location of the warehouses will be 512 Brown Forman Road near Raywick.

  • BASEBALL: Knights hit road for three games

    After wrapping up play within the 20th District with a 4-5 record, the Marion County Knights now sit at 9-10 with roughly a month to go before the district tournament begins at Campbellsville High School. Marion County, close to getting its record to .500, has games coming up against the North Hardin Trojans, the Meade County Green Wave and the Boyle County Rebels.
    Marion County welcomes North Hardin to Dave Hourigan Field at 6 p.m., May 3. North Hardin grabbed an 11-1 win over John Hardin in district action Thursday and two wins over Madisonville-North Hopkins.

  • The Game Plan - May 2, 2018

    May 3
    BASEBALL
    Knights vs. North Hardin (Home), 6 p.m.
     
    SOFTBALL
    Lady Knights vs. Central Hardin (Away), 6 p.m.
     
    TRACK & FIELD
    Bardstown Invitational
     
    May 4
    BASEBALL
    Knights vs. Meade Co. (Away), 6 p.m.
     
    SOFTBALL
    Lady Knights vs. Russell Co. (Home), 6:30 p.m.
     
    May 7
    BASEBALL
    Knights vs. Boyle Co. (Away), 5:30 p.m.
     
    SOFTBALL
    Lady Knights vs. Russell Co. (Home), 6 p.m.

  • Never givin’ up

    Watch enough sports games or follow sports long enough and you’ll eventually see a struggle. When players or sports figures are confronted with a struggle, they can fight back, overcome the obstacle and persevere through the difficulty. Their other option is to shy away from the challenge, ignore the problem and collapse under the pressure.

  • MCHS students organize Olivia Ford Memorial event

    Marion County High School will have an Olivia Ford Memorial ceremony at the school's softball field prior to the home softball game May 4 at 6 p.m.
    Ford, who was set to graduate this year, passed away in February in a car accident.

  • 5-2-18 Church Briefs

    Crusade for Christ
    Crusade for Christ coming to Bradfordsville Community Center (former Bradfordsville School) Saturday, May 5, at 5 p.m. Evangelist Bobby Rawlings is the guest. There will be a potluck dinner following the service. The public is invited to attend. For more information call 859-351-6280.

  • Present in his absence