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Today's News

  • FOOTBALL: Seniors lead Knights to shut out victory on Senior Night

    The senior class went out with a bang.

    On Senior Night - their final game for Marion County - the seniors stole the show, making big plays to propel the Knights to a 36-0 victory over the Nelson County Cardinals on Friday on John J. Boswell Field.

    A festive mood pre-game where Marion County’s nine seniors were honored gave way to the most complete performance Marion County has put on in quite some time. The victory gave Marion County its first shutout since Aug. 30, 2014, when the Knights (2-8, 0-4) beat Green County 33-0.

  • Knocked down? Get up

    A tweet recently caught my eye. That tweet came from Tyrann Mathieu, a safety for the Houston Texans and in it, he details the trials and tribulations he has faced over the years.

    “6 years ago, I was arrested, kick out of school, entered a rehab, got a call my best friend got murdered, stick dropped, most of the people I thought loved me turned they back on me, only a few cared. I’m here to tell you fall forward, never know what your future has in store,” Mathieu tweeted out on Oct. 19.

  • St. Augustine Lady Cards

    The St. Augustine Lady Cards took first place in the seventh grade division two tournament. The Lady Cards went undefeated for the season with a perfect record of 18-0. Pictured, front row from left, are Lexis Lanz, Jenna Mullins, Gracie Benningfield, Brooklyn Mattingly and Lexi Hall; back row from left, are Head Coach Mike Benningfield, Emma Hardin, Chloe Johnston, Ann Taylor Rakes and Assistant Coach Donna Bradshaw.

  • Lady Knights basketball team hosting Toots for Tots Preseason Clash
  • Youth football: Two Marion County teams advance to league semifinals

    Two Marion County Youth Football teams advanced to the Middle Kentucky Youth Football Conference (MKYFC) playoff semifinals over the weekend. The Marion County Youth Football PeeWee team and Junior team both scored dominating victories on Saturday at Centre Square to advance to the league semifinals at Nelson County High School. The Senior team fell in the playoffs at Centre Square, ending their season.

  • Vaught’s Views: Duke freshman can't wait to start season against Kentucky

    By Larry Vaught

    Sports Correspondent

    There was a time many Kentucky basketball fans — and maybe even coach John Calipari — thought Zion Williamson would be playing for UK against Duke Nov. 6 in Indianapolis.

    Instead, Williamson surprised many by picking Duke over UK and will be starting for the Blue Devils against UK.

  • 10-24-18 Church Briefs

    Special Singing
    Grace Baptist Church, 350 E. Main Street, and Pastor Clellan Hays invite everyone to a Special Singing starting at 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, with Bobby Mattingly and family.

  • The worth of women’s stories

     

  • 10-24-18 Police Log

    Oct. 13
    Richard R. Scott of Chandler Street reported the theft of a 2010 KIA four-door automobile, valued at $5,000.

  • 10-24-18 Public Record

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