Today's News

  • Group travels to Arizona and Grand Canyon
  • 8-20-14 Reunions

    Mullins family reunion
    The Mullins Family Reunion is scheduled for Aug. 30 at Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon. The reunion will be held in the pavilion by the aquatic center. A potluck lunch will start at noon. For more information, call 502-468-4658.


  • Squirrel season story

     The sun’s coming up and it’s still as a grave at midnight. (Now that’s descriptive.) In the squirrel woods, the world is in the process of waking up.

    The birds are moving and … was that a squirrel wigglin’? Let’s kinda ease around that big hicker nut tree for a better angle. If it was calm it’d sure be easier to see a squirrel moving. With the wind, it seemed like everything was moving!

  • Local doctor files complaint against Kentucky Sportsmen

    Dr. James Angel has filed a lawsuit against the League of Kentucky Sportsmen, accusing them of conspiring against him and making false statements to defame him.
    The 10-page complaint was filed on Angel’s behalf Aug. 11 in Marion Circuit Court. The defendants named in the complaint are the league, Mark Nethery of Louisville and Mark Meredith of Munfordville.

  • 8-20-14 Birth Announcements

    John Louis and Ahnna Morris announced the birth of a 7-pound, 2-ounce son, James David Morris, born June 24, 2014 at Ireland Army Hospital, Fort Knox.
    Maternal grandparents are Judy and Alvin Morris. Paternal grandparents are Kandi and David Bradford.

  • 8-20-14 Senior Citizens Menus

    Monday, Aug. 25: Baked pork chops, boiled potatoes, buttered green beans, fruit yogurt, whole wheat bread
    Tuesday, Aug. 26: Boneless baked chicken breasts with mustard sauce,  stewed tomatoes, broccoli, peach slices, cornbread
    Wednesday, Aug. 27: Tuna salad , black bean and corn relish, mixed green salad, mandarin oranges, raisins, whole wheat bread
    Thursday, Aug. 28: Closed
    Friday, Aug. 29: Barbecue chicken, corn, marinated cucumbers, tomatoes and onions, watermelon, whole wheat bread

  • City workers replacing grates in effort to combat flooding

    Late last month, city employees removed debris from a collapsed section of the storm sewer line at the intersection of Main Street and South Spalding Avenue as part of the effort to reduce flooding in downtown Lebanon.
    In spite of their efforts, some downtown businesses still experienced flooding as a result of an Aug. 11 rainstorm.
    City Administrator John O. Thomas said Lebanon received 2.4 inches of rain in 22 minutes during that storm. That's a rate of more than 6.5 inches per hour.

  • Linescores, Aug. 20

     St. Charles Middle School basketball

    Thursday, Aug. 14, the Junior Lady Knights travelled to OKH where the seventh and eighth grade teams were defeated.

    OKH won the seventh grade game, 24-18.

    OKH 7th grade 24, SCMS, 18 — Jenny Mattingly 10 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal; Katie Mattingly 3 points, 4 rebounds, 1 steal; Ava Spalding 4 points, 3 rebounds; Kristi Martin 1 point, 7 rebounds, 2 steals; Mckenzie Reynolds 10 rebounds.

  • Elliotts celebrate 50th anniversary


    Bill and Trina Elliott of Danville, both formerly of Lebanon, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with several of their friends at a dinner hosted by Tim and Margie Dievert.
    The couple was married on May 31, 1964, at Lebanon Baptist Church by Rev. Herman Rowlette Sr.
    They have two children, Eric Elliott of Lexington and Jennifer Elliott of Bellingham, Washington, and two granddaughters.
    They are looking forward to celebrating with a trip to Italy in the fall.

  • Marion County Country Ham Days is Sept. 27-28

    Once again this year, the Marion County Chamber of Commerce will be getting together with its buddies and cookin’ up a few pounds of ham for the Marion County Country Ham Days celebration.
    This year, we celebrate Sept. 27-28.