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  • What is "Small Town Country?"

    "Small Town Country" is the theme for this year's Marion County Country Ham Days (Sept. 25-26) and we want to know what that phrase means to you.

    What exactly is "Small Town Country?" Why do you enjoy the "Small Town Country" way of life? Do you have a funny story that reflects what that phrase means to you? Or, do you have a photo that you think best represents "Small Town Country?"

  • Free child passenger safety check

    Thursday, Sept. 23, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

  • Ham Days week offers fun

    Make plans now to be a part of the Ham Days pre-week activities. The treasure hunt clues will be starting Monday, Sept. 20 for the search for the treasure. Go to The Lebanon Enterprise web site or listen to local radio stations and Channel 6 every day to begin your search. There will be country ham judging Monday, Sept. 20 at noon at Farmers National Bank's courtyard. If you would like to enter a ham for judging, please have it there by 11:30 a.m. The Community Worship Service is moving to Tuesday, Sept. 21, and will be held at St.

  • In Brief

    Fitness day moved to Oct. 9

  • Pain clinic has closed

    The doors are locked. The lights are off, and the furniture and signs have been removed from inside Lebanon Medical Solutions. From all appearances, the pain clinic in the Lebanon Trade Center appears to be closed. On Labor Day, Sept. 6, the Lebanon Police were contacted at 5 p.m. to investigate because the back door of Lebanon Medical Solutions office was open. "There was nothing inside and no signs of forced entry," Asst. Chief Wally Brady said.

  • Various variances approved for Ham Days

    It could get loud Ham Days weekend.

  • Pure Bliss

    Yassmin Atieh traveled from Egypt to visit Kentucky and Marion County over the weekend. She was clearly impressed by what she saw. "Kentucky is really wonderful," Atieh said. "For me, it's heaven. It's where all the good horses are." Atieh was among the dozens of visitors (including members of the U.S. Equestrian Team, see related story) at the farm of Bob and Nancy Bliss Sunday afternoon.

  • Pain clinic raises questions

    A new pain management clinic is open for business in Lebanon, but no one involved seems to want to talk about it.

    Official documents filed on behalf of the business also appear to contain inaccurate information.

    Norma Thomas, one of the business owners, was hesitant to discuss the business last week. Dr. Najam Azmat, who confirmed that he worked at the clinic, declined to answer questions when contacted, and visitors who drove more than 80 miles to visit the pain clinic did not want to be interviewed.

  • Quail Unlimited Kids' Day is Sunday, Sept. 12

    Quail Unlimited “Kids Day” will be held Sunday, Sept. 12 at St. Rose School, Highway 152, from 1-5 p.m. Archery, games, inflatables, Corn Hole Tournament (kids and adults) and lots of fun. For more information contact: Jerry Mattingly (859) 481-3316, Joey Maupin (859) 805-0849 or Kenny Gribbins (859) 805-1767.

    Editor's note: The advertisement for this event listed the wrong day.

     

  • School board approves 4 percent revenue increase

    The Marion County Board of Education held a public hearing regarding the school district's tax rates Thursday evening, which no one from the general public attended, and voted unanimously to approve a 4 percent revenue increase.

    A hearing was required because the proposed rates exceed the compensating rate. The compensating tax rates for 2010-11 are 48.6 cents for real estate and 48.6 cents for personal property (per $100 of assessed value).