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Today's News

  • 10-8-14 Birthday Announcement

     

    Scarlett Rain Spalding celebrated her first birthday Oct. 7. She is the daughter of Brad and Carrie Spalding of Campbellsville.
    Her grandparents are David and Jane Lee of Lebanon, Mike and Janie Phillips and the late Gabriel “Guber” Spalding of St. Joe.
    Scarlett has two brothers, Phoenix Bradley and Asher Hamilton Spalding.
     

  • 10-8-14 Reunion

    Class of 1989
    The 1989 MCHS 25-year class reunion will be at Rosewood on Oct. 18, 2014 from 8 p.m. till midnight. For more information contact Kim Hood by Oct. 1 at 270-402-3537 or 270-692-0667.
     

  • 10-8-14 Senior Citizens Menus

    Wednesday, Oct. 8: Sack day.
    Thursday, Oct. 9: Closed.
    Friday, Oct. 10: BBQ pork, brussel sprouts, tossed salad, baked apples and raisin with granola topping, whole wheat bread.
    Monday, Oct. 13: Boneless baked chicken breasts with mustard sauce, baby lima beans, wild rice, strawberry/banana dessert, whole wheat bread.
    Tuesday, Oct. 14: Ham, mashed potatoes, buttered zucchini, fruit cup, Jell-O cake, whole wheat bread.
    Wednesday, Oct. 15: Hamburger, sliced tomato, potato salad, steamed broccoli, fruited gelatin, whole wheat bun.

  • Forsee is Employee of the Quarter at SVH
  • Soccer: Tigers, Panthers scratch out wins over Knights

     The Marion County Knights were sunk in two battles against the Elizabethtown Panthers on Sept. 30, and the Bardstown Tigers (9-4) on Oct. 2. They tied their fight with the Fort Knox Eagles (3-14) on Oct. 4.  

    They fell to the Tigers 4-1, and tied the Eagles, 1-1.

    Despite keeping the Panthers (14-4) on their toes, the Knights fell 3-0 with two goals and a penalty kick. 

  • Golf: Freshman records hole-in-one

     Hitting a hole-in-one is something most golfers can only dream about. 

    According to Golf Digest’s website, the odds of hitting a hole-in-one are outrageous – 12,500 to 1 if you’re and amateur, 5,000 to 1 if you’re a low handicap, and 2,500 to 1 if you’re a pro. 

  • Bell family donates portrait and celebrates history during Ham Days

     

    Descendents of the Blue and Lillie Mae Bell Family donated a portrait and postcards to the Marion County Heritage Center’s Black History Museum Sunday, Sept. 28. Officer Bell served on the police force until he was killed in 1974. Blue Bell was cousin to Chief Joe Bell (deceased), Lebanon’s first black chief of police.
    Preceding Sunday’s presentation, more than 50 family members participated in Saturday’s Ham Days PIGasus Parade by walking or riding on a float recognizing four generations of the Bell family.

  • 10-8-14 Police Log

    Got a lead?
    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is (270) 692-5529.

  • Linescores, Oct. 8

     SCMS vs Bloomfield

    8th grade girls won, 31-17

    SCMS- Cassidy Logsdon 9 points, 10 steals, 1 rebound, 1 assist; Mariella Curtis 8 points, 9 rebounds, 4 steals; Abby Scott 5 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal; Sammi Jo Potters 4 points, 8 rebounds, 1 assist; Elise Carpenter 3 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 9 steals; Lauren Ferriell 2 points; Marley Allender 6 rebounds, 2 assists.

  • Bone-chilling end to the ‘Classic’

     Our Mid-KY Bass Anglers finished our 2014 season this past weekend with our annual “Classic.”

    On a cold, blustery Saturday, nine teams and one individual blasted off from Green River Lone Valley ramp at 8 a.m. The run down ... or up ... the lake left most everybody with a small dose of hypothermia.