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  • Biding his time

    March 11 will mark the 15-year anniversary of when Aaron Glasscock woke up to Drug Enforcement Administration agents storming into his hotel room in Gainesville, Fla., and arresting him for conspiracy to distribute cocaine.
    At that very moment, Aaron’s life, and the life of his family, was forever changed.
    “When the D.E.A. agents came in that morning everything I thought I knew, and my life in general, was turned upside down, and then shook,” Aaron wrote in a letter.

  • Life’s breath

    Cara Cissell Brahm is waiting – and hoping – that some day soon she'll be breathing a little easier.
    Since this summer, she has been on the list to receive a double lung transplant.
    Cara, 37, was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis when she was 10 years old. Two of her sisters (both older) were also diagnosed with the condition.
    “It mostly affects the lungs, but it can also affect the digestive system and the pancreas,” she said.
    Mindy died in 1999. Another sister, Lisa, received a transplant two and a half years ago.

  • Three seeking to represent District 3

    Magistrate Roger “Cotton” Smothers would like another term on the Marion County Fiscal Court, but two challengers — Dudley Adle Jr. and Craig Bishop — are hoping District 3 voters are looking to make a change.
    Democratic voters will have their pick of those three candidates in the May 20 Primary Election.
    All three candidates sat down with the Enterprise recently to discuss their candidacies. (Transcripts of those interviews can be found online at www.lebanonenterprise.com.)

    Dudley Adle Jr.

  • Reward offered in animal abuse case reaches $2,100

    The reward for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for a recent case of animal abuse has increased to $2,100.
    The Lebanon Enterprise published a story on April 15 about the remains of a dog found in Raywick recently. The animal’s front paws, back paws and mouth had been tied up with green twine.

  • Raising awareness about autism

    Hundreds of people gathered Saturday at Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon to raise awareness of autism spectrum disorders and to celebrate individuals who live with those conditions every day.
    Lisa Nally-Martin, the founder of Working the Puzzle for Autism, welcomed everyone to the fifth annual walk April 18.
    “Each of these kids that are standing here, as we all know, they are the ones that get the benefit out of this,” Nally-Martin said.

  • Car break-ins occur across the county

    Several vehicle break-ins in Marion County recently should serve as reminders to lock your car doors even if it’s parked in your own driveway.
    On April 12, a vehicle parked in Cozy Corner parking lot was broken into and $80 in cash was stolen, as well as a debit card, according to Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Clements. Two male juveniles attempted to use the debit card at U.S. Bank in Loretto at 2:04 a.m., and surveillance camera footage enabled law enforcement to identify them, Clements said. Both juveniles have been charged with theft by unlawful taking.

  • Central Kentucky Showdown scheduled for June 20

    The Marion County Fairgrounds will host the first annual Central Kentucky Showdown, one Big Azz Custom Truck and Big Rig Event, on Saturday, June 20. Gates will open at 10 a.m. There will be custom trucks, numerous vendors, concessions and activities for the kids. 

  • A flood of memories

    It didn’t last 40 days and nights, but two days of seemingly nonstop rainfall was more than enough for much of central Kentucky in May of 2010.
    Marion County received between nearly 8 inches of rain in the span of two days.
    Flooding, mud slides and water-covered roads all created hazards in several parts of Marion County. At least 20 residences were evacuated, basements and businesses were flooded and roads were closed. Fortunately, no injuries were reported as a result of the flooding.

  • Shoplifter arrested after shoving steaks down his pants

    Loretto Foodland is known for its low meat prices, but apparently they weren’t low enough for a Raywick man who was caught stuffing steaks down his pants last week.

  • Chorus to perform Broadway favorites

    The Mid-Kentucky Chorus will be performing Broadway favorites from Fiddler on the Roof, Jersey Boys, Mo-town the Musical, Lion King, Wicked, Phantom of the Opera and many more at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 25, and at 3 p.m., Sunday, April 26, in St. Catharine Hall at St. Catharine College. Call 859-336-9232 for more information or reservations.