Today's News

  • Wanted person possibly in Lebanon

    Kentucky State Police Drug Enforcement Special Investigations West holds arrest warrants for Michael Isaiah Lancaster. The warrant is for the charge of engaging in organized crime. He uses an alias of Michael Kendrick and was last known to be in Lebanon, but might have contacts in the Louisville area.
    If anyone has information regarding the whereabouts of Michael Lancaster, please contact Kentucky State Police West Drug Enforcement at 270-746-7834 or your local law enforcement.

  • Deputy finds indoor marijuana growing operation in St. Francis

    Francis S. Clark, 32, of 245 North St. Francis Road in St. Francis was arrested on Thursday, Oct. 1, after Marion County Sheriff Deputies found an indoor growing operation at his home.

  • Campbellsville man dies in head-on collision

    Mitchell McWhorter, 54, of Campbellsville died Saturday morning after a head-on collision on Campbellsville Highway.
    The accident occurred at 7:25 a.m. on Campbellsville Highway, approximately five miles south of Lebanon near the Marion County/Taylor County line, according to Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Clements.

  • MCPS is making the grade

    There’s reason to celebrate today in Marion County.
    According to the latest K-PREP test scores, which were released today by the Kentucky Department of Education, Marion County Public Schools is a “distinguished” school district.
    “These results show we are focused on kids and student learning,” Superintendent Taylora Schlosser said. “I really think it’s something to celebrate.”
    Marion County is ranked 42 out of 173 school districts in the state with an overall score of 70.8.

  • Happy Ham Days

    The Marion County Country Ham Days Festival went off without a hitch this year, thanks to countless volunteers, the City of Lebanon, the Marion County Detention Center and a supportive community that helps bring it all together.
    Marion County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Greg Gribbins, who has only been on the job since Sept. 1, said he’s learned a great deal during the past month about the festival and what makes it work so well.

  • City, police sued over use of pepper spray

    A civil lawsuit has been filed against the City of Lebanon, the Lebanon Police Department, Lebanon Police Chief Wally Brady and Lebanon Police Officers for an incident involving pepper spray that took place at the 2014 Marion County Country Ham Days Festival.
    The lawsuit was filed on Sept. 15 in the Marion Circuit Clerk’s Office.

  • Principal Paula Walston resigns from West Marion Elementary School

    West Marion Elementary School Principal Paula Walston announced her resignation Friday, Sept. 25.
    Walston was hired as the principal at WMES on June 5, 2014.
    Her final day at WMES will be Friday, Oct. 2.
    The Enterprise asked Walston for a comment regarding her resignation, and she confirmed that she's resigning from WMES to take a teaching position in Marion County. She declined to make any additional comments about her resignation.

  • Fiscal court to meet this afternoon


  • Man killed in motorcycle crash

    A Marion County man is dead following a single-vehicle crash at approximately 2:30 p.m., Monday, Sept. 28.

  • TGKY keeps growing and giving back

    Toyoda Gosei’s Chairman of the Board Tadashi Arashima made his first visit to TG Kentucky, LLC (TGKY) in Lebanon Friday, Sept. 25, to announce new growth opportunities at TGKY’s manufacturing facility.