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Today's News

  • Lady Knights claim three district wins

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Survivor’s lap

    Ackie George of Lebanon attended the Kentucky Oaks Friday and joined fellow breast and ovarian cancer survivors as they marched on Churchill Downs’ historic racetrack during the Survivors Parade. George was one of 141 women who received the most votes and were selected to participate in the parade.

  • Knights split games with Cards

    By Casey Sowers
    Sports correspondent

  • Wall to wall art at heritage center this week

    Walls and walls of student art will be on display this week at the Marion County Heritage Center. The art show, sponsored by the Marion County Arts and Humanities Council, will begin Wednesday, May 6, with the grand opening. It will feature art from elementary school students from all over the county.
    The arts council also has plans well under way for the Arts Camp, scheduled for July 13-17. Applications have been taken to all the schools for students to take home.

  • Eddie Miles returns to Angelic Hall in Lebanon

    Nationally-known artist and Marion County native Eddie Miles returns to Lebanon this summer, June 26-27, with his intimate solo performance of music from some of America’s most beloved entertainers. His amazing concerts include songs from the legends of country music like Marty Robbins, Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty and others. With comedy and stories interspersed in the music, the second half of the show features Miles’ uncanny tribute to the king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley.

  • Kentucky Writers Celebration May 22-24

    The 2015 Kentucky Writers Celebration culminates Memorial Day weekend, and will be bringing its two-night songwriter showcase to Lebanon. The 2015 Kentucky Songwriters Celebration Show will be held from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday, May 22, and Saturday, May 23. Also, song writers, noted authors, poets, journalists and writers will be at Historic Penn's Store during the day on Saturday, May 23, and Sunday, May 24.
     
     

     

  • Back for another week

    Sorry about last week. Some of you … OK, the half-dozen or so who read my columns may be wondering what happened to my article!
    Well, it’s simple, I broke my arm. To be specific, I broke the humerus, the big upper bone, in my left arm late Saturday evening (April 25).
    Needless to say, it hurt too much, and the pain pills sort of goofed me out, so I didn’t bother with a column.

  • Lebanon man found guilty of cocaine trafficking

    Brandon T. Smith, 28, of Howard Avenue in Lebanon was tried in Marion Circuit Court last week for trafficking in a controlled substance in the first degree (four or more grams of cocaine in a 90-day period).
    Smith was found guilty after a jury trial on April 27-28. Marion Circuit Judge Todd Spalding presided over the case.
    According to the original indictment, Smith was accused of trafficking in cocaine Dec. 4, Dec. 6 and Dec. 10, 2012, Jan. 17 and Jan. 30 and Feb. 7, 2013.

  • Linescores, May 6

    Little League softball
    May 3

    Dodgers 15, Rays 7
    Charleigh Browning, Molly Smothers and Deshia Newby score two runs each for the Dodges. Taylor Vaughn had the Rays only hit in the game.
    Rays      005 20 – 7
    Dodgers 550 5x – 15

  • Turkey, May 6

    Chris Brady of Lebanon took this turkey on Sunday evening May 3 in Marion County during the Spring turkey season. It weighed 22 pounds and sported a 10-inch beard with 7/8-inch spurs and scored 59 1/2 on a scale.