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Today's News

  • City kicks off bicentennial celebration

    Current and former city officials gathered Wednesday at Lebanon City Hall to mark the city's 200th anniversary.
    On Jan. 28, 1815, the city of Lebanon was officially incorporated.
    Lebanon Mayor Gary Crenshaw signed a proclamation to mark the occasion.
    The proclamation reads that Lebanon is the geographic center of the state and has become a center of commerce and industry, and that none of the city's accomplishments would have been possible without the "vision, leadership, and dedication of its citizens."

  • Sports briefs, Feb. 4

    LMS volleyball wins tournament
    The Lebanon Middle School Lady Patriots volleyball team won the St. Dominic sixth-grade tournament on Saturday, Jan. 31. 

  • Class of '61

    Donnie Shockency will be 73 years old in April, but he can remember vividly the fear of going to high school in 1957.
    Superintendent Hugh Spalding had visited his grandparents’ home that summer to talk to them about sending Shockency to St. Charles High.
    “I didn’t want to go. I wanted to go to Rosenwald High School,” Shockency said. “But that didn’t happen.”

  • Gymnastics, Feb.4
  • St. Baldrick’s Cookout at CNB

    The ninth annual Citizens National Bank St. Baldrick’s Cookout will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Friday, Feb. 13, at Citizens National Bank in Lebanon. The menu will include a $10 ribeye sandwich meal or a $5 hamburger meal, which will include chips, snack cake and drink. For order of 10 or more, call 270-692-2113 and ask for Brandy Wiser or Shawn Gibson and your meals will be delivered to you. The annual St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event will be held Saturday, March 28, at St. Augustine Grade School’s gymnasium.
     

  • Deer: Hughes

    Peyton Hughes 10, killed this 8-point buck during deer season. He is the son of Sara Hughes and the late Sgt. Jonathan Adam Hughes.
     

  • Outstanding Award winners

    The Marion County Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards banquet on Thursday, Jan. 29, at Centre Square. Josh Ballard received the Outstanding Citizen Award. Joe H. Mattingly was named the Outstanding Businessperson. Tammy Newcome is this year's Outstanding Educator, and Michael Buckman is the Outstanding Farmer. The Marion County Detention Center received the President's Award, and That Cute Little Shop received the Lebanon Main Street Appreciation Award.

  • School district resumes energy savings push

    For the second time in the last three months, the Marion County Board of Education has selected CMTA to provide a guaranteed energy savings plan for the district.
    The district approved a guaranteed energy savings proposal by CMTA on Nov. 11, but rescinded that motion on Dec. 4 on the recommendation of the board attorney. The board then approved a revised policy related to the guaranteed energy savings proposals and reopened the process.
    The second round of proposals was presented on Jan. 26, and the school board voted 4-1 to select CMTA instead of Harshaw Trane.

  • Taking on the hazardous liquids pipeline in Kentucky

    By Brent Schanding
    The State Journal

    The End Of The Line — a new documentary produced by 34-year-old filmmaker Sellus Wilder — is expected to debut as early as April.
    Wilder, who formerly served as a Frankfort commissioner, says the 90-minute documentary follows a diverse coalition of farmers, religious orders, environmentalists and constitutional conservatives as they joined together to protect their land, liberty and even their lives from a controversial hazardous liquids pipeline in Kentucky.

  • You can smoke, just please not around me

    By Kate Kirzinger, Guest Columnist