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Today's News

  • Anti-bullying task force launched by Beshear

    By Mike Wynn
    The Courier-Journal

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – When Morgan Guess was 8 years old, just going to school meant trouble with stomach spasms and panic attacks. Even her doctor told her not to go back after prescribing anti-depressants.
    The diagnosis: A school bully.
    “She pulled my hair, pinched me on the back of the neck and even threw her shoulder into my back,” said Morgan, now 11. “She isolated me from all my friends, and I felt all alone.”

  • State unveils new myhealthnow website

    Kentucky Press News Service

    FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Health Information Exchange (KHIE) Wednesday unveiled a new tool to help patients access their personal medical records and information via the Internet. The project, a patient portal called myhealthnow, was previewed during KHIE’s annual eHealth Summit in Louisville.

  • New product recalls old name

    Limestone Branch Distillery introduced its newest product, Precinct No. 6, on Sept. 18. This is the first whiskey that the Lebanon distillery has created. Owners Steve and Paul Beam are from a family with a distilling heritage on both sides of their family. The name of the newest product draws on that history. Their great-great-grandfather had his own distillery in an area of Marion County that was then known as Precinct 6.
     

  • Super moon

    The “Super Harvest Moon” rises over the trees at Marion County High School as the Marion County HIgh School girls soccer team's game comes to a close on Sept. 8.
     

  • Deck the Hogs

    With Marion County Country Ham Days just a few days away, people across the community are getting in the spirit of the festival. Out in the county and in town, people are showing that they are anticipating the annual celebration.

  • Donate hope
  • Good things happening in the district
  • Who’s responsible for education? Students

    Marion County schools have been through several changes in the past five years. Through it all, education professionals, community members and business officials have all stressed that education needs to be a priority.
    That is all well and good, even if people sometimes disagree over what that means.
    But everyone should also remember something else: students are responsible for their own education.
    Parents and teachers do have influence, certainly, but it’s up to each individual student to decide how much effort he or she will put into it.

  • School board approves time off, not medical leave, for superintendent

    The Marion County Board of Education held a quick meeting Friday afternoon to clarify an error made at Tuesday's regular meeting.

  • School board meets at St. Charles Middle tonight

    The Marion County Board of Education is scheduled to meet in regular session at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, at St. Charles Middle School.

    The agenda for the meeting includes:

    • Communications

    - Superintendent’s report

    - Introduction of 2014-15 Marion County Student Ambassadors – Troy Benningfield & Laurie Followell

    - Exceptional Child Education (ECE) Update – Traci Sharpe