Today's News

  • Unnatural thinking

    By Joshua C. Hicks

  • Lebanon National Cemetery to host World War II 70th anniversary commemorative event
  • The benefits of scientific reasoning

    This week, Pastor Joshua Hicks has written a response to a column I wrote July 15. I would urge you to read that before reading this.
    Pastor Hicks and I would agree about many things, such as murdering people is wrong, people should not steal, and, we should try to help others.
    On homosexuality, we are not going to agree.

  • Police log Aug. 12 edition

    July 17 - Schyler P. Mattingly reported theft by unlawful taking under $500 occurred at 201 E. Mulberry Street in Lebanon. A Michael Kors wallet, valued at $80, and $80 in cash were reported stolen.
    - Carrie N. Gribbins reported theft by unlawful taking over $500 occurred at 201 E. Mulberry Street in Lebanon. An Apple iPhone 6 Plus, valued at $599, was reported stolen.

  • Public Record Aug. 12 edition

    New drivers
    NOTICE: Any permit holder wishing to take the road test can call 270-692-2681 to schedule an appointment.
    New drivers as of Aug. 4:
    Ally M. Loudenburg
    Salem D. Thomas
    John V. Cecil
    Amanda A. Smothers
    Dylan M. Smith
    Brandon N. Lucas
    Jasmine G. Pace
    Joseph H. Mattingly

    Prepaid fines
    Rick S. Bruner, 113 St. Ann Street, Lebanon, failure to wear seat belts, $25.

  • Police remind Lebanon residents about grass clippings

    Lebanon Police Chief Wally Brady has issued a reminder to Lebanon residents to keep grass clippings out of the street.

    As part of that reminder, Brady included City Ordinance No. 2014-08, subsection 5, which reads:

    (5) Obstruction of storm water and drainage facilities:

  • KSP sergeant dies after two-vehicle collision in LaRue County

    A sergeant with the Kentucky State Police is dead after a two-vehicle collision early this morning, Aug. 7.
    According to a KSP media release, the accident occurred at 6:27 a.m. in LaRue County. KSP Post 4 in Elizabethtown received a call from LaRue County Dispatch to investigate a two-vehicle collision on KY Hwy 210, Campbellsville Road, near the Buffalo area.

  • Friday was Marion County 9/10 Softball All-Stars Day

    The Marion County Fiscal Court has declared Friday, Aug. 7, as Marion County 9/10 All-Stars Day. "The Marion County 9/10 Softball All-Stars have made out community and county proud, both on and off the field," the court's proclamation reads. After losing an early game in the double-elimination district tournament, the all-stars rallied to win the district and earn a spot in the state tournament. At state, the Marion County all-stars went undefeated en route to the title.

  • Flash flood watch in effect through Friday

    The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch until 2 a.m. Friday, Aug. 7, for several Kentucky counties, including Marion County.
    According to the weather service, a slow moving storm system is expected to produce 1.5 to two inches of rain, with higher amounts in some areas. This heavy rain combine with recent heavy rains could cause flash flooding, according to the weather service. Urban and low-lying areas are the most likely to be affected by flash flooding.

  • 8-5-15 Public Record

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