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Lady Lyons open season 4-1

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The Lady Lyons have faced more opposition from rain and roller coaster temperatures than competition to start the 2017 season. The Lady Lyons played their first game at home Thursday against Henders ... More

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Boys fall in district action

The boys Fifth District finals would match up the No. 1 seed the Trigg County Wildcats and the No. 2 seed, the Lyon County Lyons. Trigg County would take the tip-off sending the ball to Tae Day who w ...

Lady Lyons win championship

The Lyon County Lady Lyons took home the Fifth District championship for the second year in a row after putting out the Crittenden County Rockets’ fire 51-34 in the championship game last Frida ...

Lyons head to final

The 5th District finals kicked off Monday night in Jason White Gymnasium with the No. 1 seed Trigg County Wildcats going up against the No. 4 seed Crittenden County Rockets. After a 40-19 lead at ha ...

Lady Lyons dispatch Hickman

The Lady Lyons hit the road to face the Lady Falcons at Hickman County where they picked up their 17th win. A runaway 12-point lead in the first quarter would give the Lady Lyons the upper hand that ...

JV, freshman Lyons fend off Bombers

The freshman and JV Lyons hosted the Ballard Memorial Bombers in last week’s double header. The freshman Lyons stepped on the court first. Although the Bombers would take the tip-off and carry t ...

Lyon sweeps Fort Campbell

After a change in the schedule due to inclement weather the Lady Lyons were finally able to sink their teeth into the Ft. Campbell Falcons last Thursday night to kick-off a boys-girls double header. F ...

Lady Lyons take on North Hopkins

Lyon County kept scoring close as it battle North Hopkins Jan. 25. The Lady Lyons came out with a strong 16-10 lead in last week’s game against North Hopkins. By half time the Lyons began to wa ...

Lyon battles Livingston

Lyon County hosted Livingston Central last week as part of the All “A” Classic tournament. After an unsuccessful basket by the Lady Cardinals on the tipoff, Lady Lyon freshman Allison Mur ...

Lyons top CFS

The varsity Lyons hosted Christian Fellowship last Tuesday night at Jason White Gymnasium. From the start the Lyons were on fire. From the moment of tip off until the last seconds of the game the ...

Lyon sweeps Livingston

Lyon County squared off Friday night in a competitive doubleheader against Livingston Central. While the Livingston Lady Cardinals did build the early lead in last Friday night’s game against th ...

Lady Lyons continue streak against Trigg County

Saturday night in Jason White Gymnasium was filled with excitement as the varsity Lady Lyons triumphed over Trigg County for a 10-game winning streak. They remain the region’s only undefeated t ...

News

Kuttawa and Eddyville claim same property

Recent efforts to create a county-wide development plan may be bringing a long running property dispute to a head.

On Monday, the Kuttawa Mayor Lee McCollum discussed city limits with the council. McC ...

Two arrested for drug charges

A Livingston County woman and a Dexter man were arrested last week following a traffic stop.

Kentucky State Trooper T. J. Williams conducted the stop on U.S. 60 in Livingston County at about 11 a.m. ...

Community rallying behind Ellis greenhouse

Friends and family of Tony Ellis are hoping to recognize how much he meant to the community with a greenhouse at Lyon County High School.

Rae Wagoner and Becky Kinder work with Ellis' wife Debbie at t ...

Opinion

Proposed DRA cuts could impact local communities

If Congress makes no intervention, federal budget proposals will likely have a significant economic impact along the Mississippi River Delta corridor, which includes western Kentucky.

President Donal ...

Time has come for justice reform

Last year, during my visit to the drug treatment program at Roeder Correctional Complex in LaGrange, Kentucky, I met a young man there named Joe. He was smart and articulate, the son of a police off ...

Lawmakers don't need to dabble with religion

Last week a Kentucky lawmaker introduced legislation to allow the Bible to be taught as an elective in public schools across the state.

As a Christian, I hope the proposal doesn’t become law.

It ...

Bring classes to all high school sports

As sometimes happens when pen meets paper (or in this day and age, when finger meets keyboard), last week's editorial in this space didn't start out as a diatribe about school funding.

It began with ...

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