Local News

  • Old Mill Days is Friday and Saturday in Bradfordsville

    The following is the Old Mill Days schedule of events:

  • Opening a home of mercy

    The Transitional Housing of Central Kentucky Inc. Board continues to move forward with its goal of creating a transitional home in Marion County.  
    Its first attempts last year were not only unsuccessful, but also met with negativity and anger from community members. However, the board hasn’t given up.
    The act of mercy.

  • 400 Mile Sale is June 1-4

    The Hwy 68 four-day 400 Mile Sale across Kentucky begins June 1.
    Is your sale listed? Just go on 400mile.com and click on “Register your Sale” to have your sale added to the online list of sale locations. And be sure to list your yard sale in your local newspaper.
    Don’t live on Hwy 68? No problem. Just go to 400mile.com and click on “Set Up Locations” to find a site to set up your sale.

  • Armed robbery suspects plead guilty to amended charges

    Three people who were arrested for an armed robbery on North Loretto Road in December of last year all pled guilty to amended charges in Marion Circuit Court recently.
    Andrew Eisiminger, Lydia M. Roller and Charles E. Ulrich were all arrested in connection with the armed robbery that took place during the early morning hours of Dec. 19, 2016 at 1350 North Loretto Road, just north of the Lebanon city limits.

  • A millionaire, a hotel maid and an arrest after Inauguration

    By Michael E. Miller
    The Washington Post

    Editor’s note: After paying a $75 fee, The Lebanon Enterprise is reprinting this story with permission from The Washington Post. The millionaire named in this story is the CEO of Independent Stave, the parent company of Kentucky Cooperage in Lebanon.

    He was a millionaire, in Washington, D.C., to toast President Donald Trump's inauguration.
    She was a maid, tasked with cleaning rooms that cost more in a few days than her monthly rent.

  • Bardstown Rotary Wine and Cheese Tasting Festival is June 3
  • House fire under investigation

    A house fire that occurred on St. Rose Road in Lebanon on May 18 is under investigation, according to Lebanon Fire Chief Ricky Mattingly.
    The fire occurred around midnight at a home located at 3467 St. Rose Road, which had reportedly just been sold.
    Lebanon, Loretto and Bradfordsville fire departments were called to respond.
    An arson investigator was contacted, and the fire is still under investigation, Chief Mattingly said.

  • Paula Curtis is MCHS assistant principal

    Paula Curtis is now one of the assistant principals at Marion County High School. Curtis has been serving as the interim assistant principal at MCHS for the past year. Curtis also served as a math teacher for 26 years.

  • Faces never forgotten

    A Hawaii woman has made it her mission to find photos of every single soldier who died during the Vietnam War. And she’s well on her way to doing just that. Of the 58,315 soldiers, she has collected more than 51,000 photos. She could add one more to her collection if someone locally can help her find a photo of Joseph R. Hagy Jr. (1946-1969) of Lebanon.

  • City of Loretto receives $21,065 grant to omprove Hamilton Park

    The Department for Local Government (DLG) selected City of Loretto for an award of $21,065 from the Land Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) for improvements to Hamilton Park.
    “Preserving and maintaining local parks is an integral part of stewarding our resources so that they might be enjoyed by all,” said DLG Commissioner Sandra Dunahoo. “The investment in Hamilton Park will yield many benefits to the children and families of this community.”