Today's News

  • Walking for Alzheimer’s
  • St. Charles Middle School Red Ribbon Week
  • ‘Border War’ lives up to its name

    With sleet, snow, and rain punctuating the game, a few fans showed up in costume for the fight Friday night in Washington County, but the game was full of both tricks and treats on both sides of the line.

    The Marion County Knights finished their regular season when they defeated their northern rivals, the Washington County Commanders, 20-17, in overtime on Halloween. 

  • Lady Knights end season with defeat

    After climbing to the top rung of the district tournament, the Marion County Lady Knights fell in a fast and furious match against the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers on Oct. 29. The 3-0 strike sent the Lady Knights (20-17) packing after the first round of the 5th Region Tournament at Central Hardin High School. It was the second season straight the Lady Knights fell to the Lady Panthers (29-9) in the postseason. 

  • Aquaknights ready to make waves

    With a new coach in charge and a battalion of fresh faces, Marion County High School’s swim team has been practicing since the beginning of October and is ready to make a splash into the season. 

    Katie Kelien, who was named coach earlier this year, said the team’s recruiting campaign has gone very well for the team and they are nearly at 40 participants. 

  • Be prepared and safe throughout deer season

     Did you ever consider that the cost of gas has anything to do with outdoors activity? Well, it seems to me that hunters, anglers, campers and such travel more with lower fuel costs.

    For the past several weeks we’ve experienced lower (all things considered) fuel costs. So we might travel more to scout for deer season or do some fall fishing.

  • Keep everything in order to ensure a legal deer harvest

    Ofc. B.J. McCoy

    Kentucky Fish and Wildlife

    With modern gun season opening this weekend for deer, many people are anxious to fill their freezer with some fresh meat.  However, all hunters must following protocol to transition from the field to the freezer to keep their harvest legal.

  • Volleyball: Season of learning comes to an end for Lady Knights

     The Marion County Lady Knights are no strangers to wins and district championships. This year, they once again took the 20th District title. 

    Unfortunately, they weren’t able to take the regional title. They were knocked of the running 3-0 by the Elizabethtown Lady Panthers on Oct. 28.

  • Linescores, Nov. 5

     St. Charles basketball

    The St. Charles Middle School eighth grade girls basketball team fought until the bitter end in Thursday night’s championship game at Bethlehem High School. 

    Leading or tied most of the game, they fell short to St. Joe, 31-27, in

    the final minute. The Junior Lady Knights finished the season as the NCAA runner-up.

  • 11-5-14 School Menus

    MCHS additional menu item: assorted Pop-tart or cereal bar grab & go breakfast served in lobby daily
    Monday, Nov. 10 - French toast with maple syrup and toast or assorted cereal and toast, apple, peaches, juice and milk
    Tuesday, Nov. 11 - Bacon, egg slider and toast or assorted cereal and toast, fruit cocktail, grape cluster, juice and milk
    Wednesday, Nov. 12 - Whole grain chocolate chip muffin and toast or assorted cereal and toast, pineapple, strawberry cup, juice and milk