Today's News

  • More than just a sport

    Sports is so much more than X’s and O’s, game strategies, a score or wins and losses. It is so much more than a player’s stats, a player’s performance or a team’s performance. It’s more than four quarters, seven innings or five sets.

    Sports is much more than just merely a sport. Sports are where memories are made, friendships are forged and life lessons are taught.

    Above all, it is the force that can unite us after a tragedy.

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  • Celebration at Centre Square Sept. 30

    Happy 100th Birthday, Centre Square!

    The community is invited to the centennial birthday celebration of Centre Square (237 N. Spalding Avenue, Lebanon, KY), former Lebanon High School, on Sunday, Sept. 30, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free.

  • Free Hosparus volunteer training offered

    Hosparus Health of Green River needs companionship volunteers in Adair, Green, Hart, Marion, Metcalfe, Taylor and Washington counties, as well as volunteers to work in its Thrift Shoppe located at 1488 Old Lebanon Road, Suite B, and will offer free training in October.
    Both training sessions will be held at the Hosparus Health Campbellsville office, 295 Campbellsville Bypass (behind Coltons).

    Thrift Shoppe
    * Tuesday, Oct. 16, from 9 a.m. to noon

    Patient/Family Support

  • Cleaning out my closet

    Lately, I’ve been trying to clean out my closet. The metaphorical closet in my head where I’ve stuffed any unresolved hang up over the years and left them there to rot in the back of my mind. The kind of stuff that you start thinking about on really long drives or sitting by the ocean at night, which I did a few weeks ago on vacation.

    A lot of times in life, I’ve shoved things aside so I didn’t have to deal with them and confront the issue at hand.

  • GIRLS SOCCER: Lady Knights, Lady Cards meet in district matchup

    After going 2-1 at the Trojan Classic, Marion County will look to continue a solid season with offensive production coming from many players.

    Madi Hardin has 12 goals, Libby Palagi has 10 goals and Bella Spalding has eight goals. Taylor Richardson has allowed only 1.2 goals per game and has 118 saves.

    Marley Allender has seven assists and Palagi has six.

    In their second district game this season, the Marion County Lady Knights meet the Taylor County Lady Cardinals in a battle of 18th District teams at 7:30 p.m., today, in Lebanon.

  • GOLF: Knights finish third at conference, prepare for regional meet

    Marion County lost a boatload of talent off last year’s squad. But ask Head Coach Joey Reed, and this year’s golf team isn’t slacking off by much.

    Marion County posted a third place finish at the Heartland Conference meet - their second straight third place finish - on Sept. 10 in Green County.

    The Knights shot 349 as a team. Campbellsville shot a 330 and Taylor County ran away with the conference title, shooting a 289.

  • To the limits - Katelyn Brockman pushed physically at Granite Games

    Sweat is pouring down her face.

    Her muscles are aching.

    She’s endured three consecutive days of grueling workouts that have pushed her physically. They pushed her so much, there was one time she thought about quitting.

    Katelyn Brockman, however, refused to quit.

    It’s not just that she wouldn’t quit. It’s that she couldn’t quit. This is the Granite Games and Brockman isn’t about to give up after she’s come this far.

  • TENNIS: Swencki, Holt resign as tennis coaches

    The Marion County High School tennis team will be searching for new leadership after their head coach and assistant coach both stepped down last month.

    Noah Swencki resigned as head coach after two seasons and Angela Holt resigned as an assistant coach. Swencki’s resignation was effective Aug. 24 and Holt’s resignation was effective Aug. 23

    Swencki, who graduated from Campbellsville University in May with a double major in fitness and wellness and Spanish, said he’s looking to further his education and secure a job.

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