Today's News

  • Baseball Knights drop three of four

     The Marion County Knights went in swinging but came out with heads hanging after being defeated by the Taylor County Cardinals 10-0 in five innings on May 1. 

    Knights Coach Patrick Campbell said his expectations going into the game were for the team to play well. 

  • Hill and Hourigan will marry May 10


  • Linescores, May 7

     Little League softball

    April 27

    Rays       6  4   4  0  -  14 

    Rangers  1  0   2  0 -  3

  • 5-7-14 Public Record

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  • Fish, hunt and boat

     I failed to take a turkey this spring. First time in a long time that’s happened. Main problem? Allergies! Secondary problems? Birds henned up. But the real reason is ya can’t shoot ’em from a recliner.

    Friends took birds: Kelly Creed, 26-pounds, 11-inch beard, 1 3/16-inch spur. Grandsons and kids took a couple of birds each. Seems everyone took at least one bird, except me!

  • County a little closer to E911 implementation

    Marion County has submitted its master street addressing guide (MSAG) to Windstream. If the county’s MSAG is at least 95 percent accurate, then the county will be able to start receiving cell phone fees to cover the costs of Enhanced 911 service.
    Marion County Judge/Executive John G. Mattingly said he sent the MSAG to Windstream as soon as he received it.

  • 5-7-14 Police Log

    Got a lead?
    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is 270-692-5529.

  • Driver cited for reckless driving in Hwy. 84 accident

    The Lebanon Police Dispatch received a reported of a single-vehicle accident at 4:54 p.m. on St. Mary’s Highway near Locust Hill Farms.
    According to the Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Clements, Robert Abell, 18, of Lebanon was driving a Ford truck when he lost control approximately two miles west of Lebanon on Hwy. 84. The truck overturned and came to rest on its top in the road, and a passenger, Angell Cox, 15, was ejected from the vehicle.

  • Marion County Monsters

     The 10-U Marion County Monsters travel team were the runner-up in the April 26-27 Earth and Dirt Classic in Shelbyville. Pictured, front row from left, are: Henry Mattingly, Elijah Kirkland, Gabe Nelson, Owen Cox, Ethan Scott, Keegan Mattingly and Joe Pat

  • Remembering my mom with these recipes for Mother’s Day