Today's News

  • 7-6-16 Church Briefs

    Vacation Bible School
    United Presbyterian Church, 157 E. Main Street, Lebanon, will have their Vacation Bible School from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, July 9, for any child who has completed preschool through fifth grade. Parents must bring and pickup children. Bring a towel for water play. Free school supplies available.To register, call 270-692-2551 or email: upcsec@windstream.net.

  • Register for Pokey Pig 5k

    Registration for the Farmers National Bank Pokey Pig 5K Run/Walk is now underway.
    The Farmers National Bank Pokey Pig 5K Run/Walk is one of the biggest Marion Country Ham Days events attracting approximately 1,000 runners on Saturday morning, Sept. 24, starting at 8 a.m.  
    The Farmers National Bank Pokey Pig 5K Run/Walk during Ham Days features a mixed medium course through the streets of downtown Lebanon and Graham Memorial Park. The race course is certified by USA Track and Field, making it one of the few in area.

  • Participants from Marion, Washington, and Nelson County Industries experience their very own prom


    Every year parents of high school juniors and seniors spend hundreds of dollars for that perfect prom dress, makeup, tux, dinner and limo ride. But there are many young people, due to their social inabilities, that never get that opportunity.
    Recently, participants from Marion County, Washington County and Nelson County Industries experienced their very own prom. Many people from the community offered donations and volunteered their time during the event.

  • Woods and Waters: Fish deep – that’s where the big boys swim

    To me, Independence Day is the most important holiday we celebrate! It encompasses everything we have, do, and believe in.
    Think about it, you worship how you please or you don’t worship at all. You can work or actually choose not to. Your choices of what you do with your life are limited only by your abilities.
    The point is that what we celebrate on July 4th is the ability to be able to make choices! No limits … as long as our choices are legal. And, come to think of it, even bad choices are still choices!

  • Vaught’s Views: What lies ahead for the Cats

    By Larry Vaught

    New Kentucky offensive coordinator Eddie Gran got to see UK's returning players practice and scrimmage in April. Now he's busy contemplating plans for the upcoming season as well as figuring out how to best use his returning players while projecting how new players might figure into the playing rotations.
    Gran came to UK from Cincinnati where he led a successful offense. He also brought quarterbacks coach Darin Hinshaw with him.

  • 7-6-16 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.

  • Season in progress at the boys and girls ranch


  • Knopp is a sheriff’s deputy
  • 7-6-16 Police Log

    Got a lead?
    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is
    (270) 692-5529.

  • 7-6-16 Reunions

    There will be a Peterson reunion on July 10, 2016 for all relatives of John C. and Ursula Peterson in Loretto. Mass will be at the Loretto Motherhouse at 11:30 a.m. in Nerinx followed by a lunch at the gathering house of the late Rose Mary Peterson at 350 County Line Road, Loretto. For more information, call 859-481-1562. Please bring a dish.