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  • Lebanon man gets five years on sex abuse charge

    Henry Rodney Beatty Jr., 34, of 222 Cleaver Court in Lebanon entered an Alford plea to first-degree sex abuse. He received five years of probation, and he was ordered to pay $150 court costs and a $25 bond fee.
    An Alford plea is an admission that the prosecution could likely prove the charge, but not an admission to committing the act, according to uslegal.com.

  • 6-8-11 Accident Reports

    May 28
    - The Lebanon Police responded to an accident at 9:34 a.m. May 28 at the intersection of the Marion County Veterans Memorial Highway and Loretto Road, near The Hampton Inn.
    Tammy Libbee, 50, of 4 W. Lawndale Avenue in Lebanon, Ohio, was traveling northbound through the intersection on Loretto Road in a 2008 Saturn. Her passenger was Georgia Frederick, 73, of 117 Shadow Lake in Mason, Ohio.

  • Lebanon man gets five years on sex abuse charge

    Henry Rodney Beatty Jr., 34, of 222 Cleaver Court in Lebanon entered an Alford plea to first-degree sex abuse. He received five years of probation, and he was ordered to pay $150 court costs and a $25 bond fee.
    An Alford plea is an admission that the prosecution could likely prove the charge, but not an admission to committing the act, according to uslegal.com.

  • 6-1-11 Police

    The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the following reports:
    - On May 1, Blincoe Construction of Bardstown reported $6,000 worth of copper line was missing form the construction site of the new Maker’s Mark Distillery warehouses on Highway 52 in Loretto.

  • 6-1-11 Public Record

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  • You will love these King Ranch recipes

    My stepmother gave me a cookbook a few years ago that included a lot of recipes from Texas, including several great ones from the King Ranch is south Texas.  
    Over 800,000 acres have been worked by generations since 1853, and the ranch has established itself as a leader in livestock management.
    Ancestors of King Ranch founder Richard King still work the ranch, and are known as los Kinenos, the people of King Ranch.  The culture has left its mark in the cuisine; the food is generally simple, flavorful and plentiful.  

  • Six MAC inmates indicted

    Six inmates at Marion Adjustment Center were indicted recently in Marion Circuit Court. Two men are facing assault charges, and four are recent escapees from the prison.

    - Sean Underwood, 38, of Marion Adjustment Center was indicted for third-degree assault, first-degree promoting contraband, tampering with physical evidence and first-degree persistent felony offender.

  • 5-25 Police Log

    Wednesday, May 11
    - Walmart in Lebanon reported the theft of 11 pairs of 10-karat gold earrings worth $502 and $200 worth of damage to the jewelry case.

    Thursday, May 12
    - Melvin Domngut of N. Forest Street in Lebanon reported a burglary and the theft of three pairs of Nike tennis shoes, an iPod and $40 in change.

    Sunday, May 15
    - Kelly Nally of Maple Street Apartments in Lebanon reported a burglary and the theft of $300 in cash.

    Monday, May 16

  • 5-25 Public Record

    It is the policy of  The Lebanon Enterprise to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies.
    This policy has been established to preserve the fairness and impartiality of The Lebanon Enterprise.
    Names appearing in public records and documents published by The Enterprise will be published without exceptions.
    Public records are published as a news service to our readers.

  • Eight die on Kentucky roadways last week

    Preliminary statistics indicate that eight people died in eight separate crashes on Kentucky roadways from Monday, May 16, through Sunday, May 22.
    Five of the fatalities involved motor vehicles and three of the victims were not wearing seat belts. Single-fatality crashes occurred in Bell, Carlisle, Daviess, Washington and Wolfe counties. Alcohol was a factor in the Daviess County crash.
    Two motorcycle involved fatal crashes occurred in Bath and Clay counties and neither victim was wearing a helmet.