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Ollie Mae Wicker’s life is testimony to power of perseverance

Tragedies & Triumphs

By Don White

Gravel Switch Methodist Church sits on a hill.
Not a big hill.
And not nearly as steep as the mountain Ollie Mae Wicker had to climb to become its pastor.
Tragedies and triumphs have marked the life of the native and current resident of neighboring Bradfordsville.
Her dad, Foster Cook, was blinded in an accident and took his own life when his daughter was barely a year and a half old.
Her mom, Louise Whitehouse, was 25 when she was killed by her second husband. Ollie was only six.


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Helping people have healthier, happier lives

‘Servants of the Harvest’

By Don White

Looking for someone to help you have a healthy diet and a relationship with the Lord?
If so, the doctor is in.
In Gravel Switch that is.
Actually, the 16-acre farm where Dr. Sharon Paul hopes to help others is about one mile south of the northeastern Marion County community, along Hwy. 337.
The tract she has dubbed “Servants of the Harvest was discovered by the Michigan native after a five-year search.
“My criteria was high,” says Dr. Paul. “I wanted a place suited to no-till, organic gardening.”


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Education briefs

By Stevie Lowery

(The following education briefs were gathered during the Marion County Board of Education’s meeting on Thursday, Sept. 14.)


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New rates for Lebanon Water Works Company customers

On Sept. 11, the Lebanon City Council approved the second reading and final passage of Ordinance No. 2017-06, which amends both the meter charge and the O & M charge (volumetric rate) for water service provided by the Lebanon Water Works Company. The new ordinance sets the new monthly meter charge at $7.35 per meter each month and the new volume charge at $3.35 per 100 cubic feet of water used.  Lebanon Water Works customers can expect to see the new rates reflected on their next bill, which will be mailed on Sept. 29, and will be due on Oct. 15.

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Ham Days Country Store is open

The Marion County Country Ham Days Country Store is open in the Farmers National Bank Annex on Main Street in downtown Lebanon. The Country Store hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Purchase official 2017 Marion County Country Ham Days merchandise, including collector t-shirts in adult, toddler and youth sizes, collector lapel pins, caps, hooded sweatshirts, garden flags, coffee mugs and rocks glasses. You can also purchase tickets to the Little Texas-Magnolia Vale concert and the ham breakfast.

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Ham Days Hidden Treasure Hunt underway

It wouldn’t be Marion County Country Ham Days without the annual Hidden Treasure Hunt. Listen for clues to the hidden treasure starting Monday, Sept. 18. Clues will be given daily on Channel 6 TV, Country 100.9 WLSK, 99.9 The BIG DAWG and WBRT 1320 AM radio stations. Daily clues will also be posted at www.lebanonenterprise.com and on their Facebook page as well as the Marion County Country Ham Days Facebook page.

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Motorcycle accident injures two

Two Lebanon residents were flown to University Hospital in Louisville after being involved in an accident on Labor Day.
Lebanon Police responded to an injury accident at 5:38 p.m., Sept. 4, on West Main Street at Five Star.
Wanda Cox, 63, of 1537 Hardesty Road in Springfield was driving a 2003 Chevrolet pickup west bound on West Main Street and was turning into the parking lot of Five Star when she was hit by a 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle being driven by Dakota Newcomb, 22, of 112 Skyline Drive in Lebanon who was driving east bound on West Main Street.


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The first Outhouse Blowout on the big screen


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Marion County Country Ham Days “Slop the Hogs” is Sept. 19

It’s a Marion County Country Ham Days tradition. The annual “Slop the Hogs” will take place at 12:15, Tuesday, Sept. 19, at Centre Square in Lebanon. There’s still time to register. The entry deadline is 5 p.m., this Friday, Sept. 15.
So, if you love to eat ham and biscuits, sign up and compete to be the champion hog slopper. To register or for more information, contact the Marion County Chamber of Commerce office at Centre Square. Email info@MarionCountyKyChamber.com or call 270-692-9594.
 


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Winnie the Pooh comes to life in Lebanon this week

In “A Child’s Tribute to Winnie the Pooh and the Poetry of A. A. Milne,” everyone’s favorite teddy bear and friends come to life in epic storybook fashion at Kentucky Classic Arts at Centre Square Sept. 14-22.
This delightful tale, arranged by Jenny Kawa (of Green/Taylor counties) and directed by Alia McClendon (Hardin County) includes two casts of endearing talent from Marion County and the surrounding area.


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