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  • Judgement House returning to Lebanon Baptist

    Lebanon Baptist Church is hosting Judgement House for the second year.
    The event will be open Sept. 10-13 and Sept. 17-20.
    The 60-minute presentations will take place from 6-9 p.m. each night of the event. Admission is free. The event is not handicapped accessible due to stairs. Strobe lights are used during the program, and it’s not recommended for children under 10 years old.
    Visitors should know that childcare will not be available.

  • New circulation clerk on staff at Enterprise

    Katie Jo Broyles of Lebanon began working as the circulation clerk at The Lebanon Enterprise this week.
    Broyles is a member of the MCHS Class of 2005, and is currently finishing her degree at Western Kentucky University.
    She is the daughter of Keith and Kim Hamilton Lebanon.
    She’s married to Cory Broyles. She has a step-son, 8-year-old Caden, and a 19-month-old girl, Kinzleigh Jo.
    Broyles enjoys riding horses, playing with her children and spending time with family.

  • KY 49 Yard Sale is Sept. 12-14

    Bradfordsville Mayor David Edelen said his town wanted a way to bring in more visitors last year when they came up with an idea to hold a KY 49 Yard Sale.
    According to Edelen, last year’s KY 49 Yard Sale did exactly what it was supposed to do. More visitors came through town and local businesses had more traffic than usual.
    “It did quite well last year, so we’re doing it again,” Edelen said.

  • Road will be closed near Maker’s Mark beginning Sept. 22

    Nally and Haydon Surfacing is working on a new entrance road for Maker’s Mark Distillery in Loretto. In the process of upgrading the road, it will be necessary to close Maker’s Mark Road from Burkes Spring Road to Hickory Camp Road for approximately two weeks beginning Sept. 22 to allow for widening of the existing bridge, which is located adjacent to Makers Mark Distillery.

     

  • Saving lives in Marion County with one simple step

    More lives could be saved in Marion County with one simple step, according to Josh Ballard, who spoke to the Lebanon City Council at its regular monthly meeting Monday evening.

  • Tax break: Council members vote to keep tax rate the same

    The Lebanon City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to not increase tax rates on real and personal property for 2014. Council members all agreed that the city was doing well, financially, and that this would be a good time to give citizens a break.
    “To be in as good of shape as we are... it doesn't make a lot of sense,” Councilman Jay Grundy said. “I don't see it necessary right now.”
    The tax rate for real and personal property will remain the same at 19.8 cents per $100 valuation.

  • Court receives $400,000 for road surfacing

    The Marion County Fiscal Court will receive $400,000 in discretionary road funds from the state during the 2014-15 fiscal year.
    During their Sept. 4 meeting, the magistrates voted 4-0 to approve the agreement to receive the funding from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. (Magistrate John Arthur Elder III was not present at last week’s meeting.)
    The agreement lists the roads that are scheduled for repaving this year.
    They are:
    • 3.08 miles of Logan Road from US 68 to the Washington County line

  • United Way looking to expand its reach

    The United Way has not been active in Marion County in recent years, but Kenny Fogle is hoping to bring it back.
    Fogle is the executive director of the newly formed Tri-County United Way, which serves Marion, Nelson and Washington counties.
    "It's such a simple concept," Fogle told the audience at the Marion County Industrial Foundation's Sept. 5 Friday Forum at the David R. Hourigan Government Building.

  • Ham Days window decorating contest deadline is Sept. 15

    It's time to decorate your storefront window for Ham Days. The winner will receive $50 and a certificate for the best decorated window. Participants can decorate their windows as they wish, with a focus on Marion County Country Ham Days and what it means. Windows must be decorated by Monday, Sept. 15. If your business is located outside of the Lebanon downtown area, contact the Marion County Chamber of Commerce and let them know you will be participating. The winner will be announced at 1 p.m., Monday, Sept. 22.
     

     

  • Marion County Hammin' it Up Idol continues tonight

    Marion County Hammin' it Up Idol, sponsored by WLSK Country MIKE FM and Miller Lite, continues tonight at Chaser’s Restaurant and Thursday, Sept. 18, at Cozy Corner.
    Registration begins at 7 p.m. and the contest starts at 8 p.m. The contest is for people 13 years old or older.
    Both winners will advance to the finals of the competition, which will be held Saturday, Sept. 27, during Ham Days on the Maker’s Mark/Kentucky Cooperage MainStage. First place winner receives $100 and second place receives $50.