Today's News

  • Marion County Board of Education to meet tonight at SCMS

    The Marion County Board of Education will meet at 6 p.m., tonight, Thursday, Sept. 24, at St. Charles Middle School.

    The agenda includes:

    • Call to Order

    • Pledge of Allegiance/moment of silence

    • Communications

    • Superintendent report

    • SCMS Student Showcase

    • Student support services

  • New Pioneers to host ‘We Stand with Francis on Climate Change’ rally Thursday

    New Pioneers for a Sustainable Future will host a public rally in Springfield to coincide with the historic address to a joint session of Congress by Pope Francis next week. Francis is widely expected to urge national and world leaders to act decisively on climate change at the United Nations Conference that begins in Paris on Nov. 30 of this year and ends on Dec. 11.

  • Letting our souls catch up with our bodies


  • Trust for Life Circuit Clerk Liaison speaks to Lebanon Rotary Club
  • 9-23-15 Police Log

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  • 9-23-15 Public Record

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  • Lebanon man sentenced to one year in prison

    Jason Lamar Keene, 33, of 301 Village Loop in Lebanon pled guilty to tampering with physical evidence, first-degree criminal trespassing, second-degree fleeing and evading on foot, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, resisting arrest and prescription of a controlled substance not in proper container in Marion Circuit Court recently. He was sentenced to serve one year in prison, beginning June 25. He was ordered to pay $133 court costs.
    Keene is scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 15.

    In other circuit court matters:

  • Industrial Basketball Tourney is Nov. 27-29

    The Lebanon Elementary Family Resource Center will be hosting its annual Industrial Basketball Tournament at Lebanon Middle School during the Thanksgiving weekend of Nov. 27-29.
    The tournament is normally played during the Christmas holiday break, but has been pushed up a month to accommodate scheduled maintenance on the Lebanon Middle School gym floor.

  • The wage gap

    By Bailey Foxworth
    Sports correspondent

    In my house, Sundays are for two things: Jesus and football, and last Sunday was no exception. I went to church, then drove to my dad’s house to watch the Bengals teach the Chargers a lesson in passing completion.
    Now, I’m a huge fan of sports. I play sports; I watch sports; I plan on forcing encouraging my kids to play sports when I have them. However, I have a few grievances with sports, namely the adversity women face.

  • Soccer: 24 years and 200 victories

    By Gerard Flanagan
    Sports correspondent

    Knights Head Coach Greg Conley has coached soccer for going on 24 years, both at the high school and college level, and has won several district titles.
    Now he can add his 200th win to his list of accomplishments.
    Conley earned his 200th victory of his coaching career against the Christian County Colonels on Sep. 12, with a 6-1 victory during the Boots and Butts Soccer Classic in Hopkinsville.