Today's News

  • District Court News Jan. 31

    Jan. 23

    Chris D Cundiff was found guilty of fleeing or evading police second degree (motor vehicle). He was sentenced to a fine and six months in jail

    Jamie Floyd Harris pleaded not guilty to carrying a concealed deadly weapon. The pre trail conference is scheduled for Feb. 6.

    Cindy R Lynn pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking or displacement shoplifting under $50. Sentenced to five days in jail with two to serve and a fine.

  • Rebels start strong, but fall to Russell County

    Looking to rebound from their latest loss, the Casey County boys took on Russell County on Jan. 26.

    After watching the only team in Casey County boy’s history win a region championship be honored before the game, the Rebels came out and played inspired basketball in the first half, taking the game to the Lakers.

  • Circuit Court News Jan. 31

    Jan. 9

    Glen C. Naylor was sentenced to two years, probation denied, for manufacturing methamphetamine first offense, possession of controlled substance first degree, first offense (meth), and persistent felony offender.

    Jan. 22

    Ashley Waychoff pleaded guilty to possession of controlled substance first degree, first offense (meth), and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    Jacqulyn Leann Harwick was sentenced to five year, probated five years, for complicity to burglary second degree, and complicity to burglary third degree.

  • Liberty Elementary releases six-week Honor Roll

    4th Grade

    All A’s

  • Walnut Hill Elementary School’s six-week Honor Roll

    6th Grade

    Mrs. Carey — All A’s: Cass Botkins, Sydnie Denham, Elizabeth Edwards, Gaeda Gertler, Emily Goode, Abby Pendleton, Renee Williams, Katelyn Woods; A’s and B’s: Breana Brown, Harley Campbell, Peyton Campbell, Angel Clements, John Clements, Kelsey Dyer, Shayden Lane, Anakin Mondie, Jaxon Piercy

    Mrs. Absher — All A’s: Chloe Arms, Conner Barnett, Bryce Howard, Jessica Valladares; A’s and B’s: Jayden Allen, Jaylee Atwood, Kayleigh Deatherage, Kira Hess, Emma Lozano, George Martinez, Kevin Martinez, Katlyn Weekly

  • It’s time to start thinking about fertilizing your pastures and fields

    By David Kessler

    Marion Co. Agricultural and Natural Resources Agent

  • Lady Eagles 0-3 at Galilean Classic

    The tough season continues for the Galilean Lady Eagles on the basketball floor. The past week added to the difficulties though there was a bright spot in game two of the Galilean Classic where GCA got three Lady Eagles in double-digit scoring for the first time this season.

  • Galilean wins home classic with two big wins

    Since the calendar turned to 2018, the Galilean Eagles are 5-0 including a pair of wins over the weekend to win the 2018 Galilean Basketball Classic.

    The week began with a visit from LCHE (from Louisville) on Tuesday where the Eagles took a close first half and put together plus-nine second half to put away the Tigers 77-65.

    Shadarno Clarke scored a team-high 21 points to go with nine rebounds, Tristan Royalty put in 18 while Jayln Williams added 14 points and eight boards.

  • Lady Rebels drop two games


    Coming into Jan. 25 matchup with the Southwestern Warriors (15-4), the Casey County Lady Rebels looked to extended their winning streak to eight and remain undefeated in region play.

    But it would be a tough task as the Warriors came into the contest with only one region loss themselves and looking to extend their six game winning streak against Casey County.

  • Casey honors 1992-93 boys basketball Region champions


    Before the Casey County boys took on Russell County on Jan. 26, Casey Counties Athletic Director Steve Stonebreaker and all in attendance honored the 1992-93 Casey County boy’s basketball team on the 25th anniversary of the team winning the 12th region championship. The region championship is the only one that the Casey County boy’s team has ever won.