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Today's News

  • MCHS golf coaches recognize outstanding players

    Marion County High School golf coaches Freddie Leathers and Danny McFall recognized their success from last season and looked toward next season at this year's golf banquet on Thursday at Rosewood Golf Course.

    Leathers announced the winners of the boys' awards after dinner, which was catered by Henning's.

    Korey Hundley had the lowest junior varsity average, finishing the year at 47.2. Tommy Carrico had the lowest varsity average, finishing out at 37.9. Carrico also had the lowest tournament average, finishing the year at 75.5.  

  • Letters to the Editor: Oct. 29

    An opportunity to help

  • More federal money available for heating assistance this winter

    Lt. Gov. Daniel Mongiardo visited Lebanon Oct.

  • US Representative candidate: David Boswell

    David E.Boswell   Address: 5591 Panther Creek Park Road Owensboro KY 42301   Phone number: 270-929-6819   E-mail: boswellforcongress@fewpb.net   Campaign website: kentuckiansforboswell.com   Family information: Wife, Sandi; two sons, five grandchildren   Education: Coursework, WKU and Brescia University   Work history: Sales/Marketing Director, Executive Inn-Rivermont Hotel

  • Why you should vote

    In 1789, when our nation’s Constitution was penned, the founding fathers bestowed American citizens with certain rights and liberties that were hard fought for, but needed to establish our great nation. Yet, almost 220 years later, many take for granted one particular privilege that is a foreign concept to numerous other countries.

  • Life is unpredictable

    Life can be so unexpected.

    Things can happen in an instant that change your life forever.

  • Boswell, Guthrie want to be the new face of Second District

    Ron Lewis has represented Kentucky’s Second Congressional district since 1994. But when it was time to file for the primary election this year, he withdrew his candidacy on the last day candidates could file. Initially, Lewis’ chief of staff filed to take his place in the Republican primary, but so did Brett Guthrie. When Lewis’ chief of staff withdrew, Guthrie was the only Republican candidate. On the Democratic side, State Sen. David Boswell claimed his party’s nomination by defeating Reid Haire in the primary. Nov.

  • Bradfordsville City Commission: Kathleen Walls

    Mildred Kathleen Walls Age: 88 Educational background: sophomore high school Address: PO Box 123, 201 E.

  • Chickenpox outbreak reported

    A chickenpox outbreak has been reported in Marion County schools.   Children who develop the disease will not be allowed to attend school until the blisters that are a symptom of the disease have dried into scabs, according to a letter to parents by Paula Mattingly, RN, the clinical director of the Marion County Health Center.

  • Flag football showdown is Nov. 8

    Lebanon will host the second annual "Heart of Kentucky Flag Football Showdown" on Saturday, Nov. 8, at Graham Memorial Park.

    Tournament founder Eric Daugherty said the single elimination tournament will kick-off at 8 a.m. on Saturday and the championship will tentatively be played at 5 p.m. Awards and prizes will be presented at around 5:45 p.m.

    Entry fees are $80 per team. The tournament is five-on-five, with each roster being allowed three subs. Last year 20 teams competed for the title. This year the tournament will be capped off at 32 teams.