Today's News

  • TENNIS: Knights ready to hit tennis court  

    After the scheduled season-opener against Hart County Monday, the Knights will welcome their cross-county rival, Washington County, to Marion County High School Friday afternoon and then travel to Nelson County March 20. 
    Knights Head Coach Noah Swencki is expecting good performances and solid growth in the first few games of the season. 

  • TRACK AND FIELD: Knights ready to take season by storm


  • Vaught’s Views: Dominique Hawkins could turn out to be UK’s most important player

    Dominique Hawkins is not Kentucky’s star player going into this week’s NCAA Tournament play. However, he could turn out to be UK’s most important player.
    The showcase players are freshmen Malik Monk, De’Aaron Fox and Bam Adebayo. They are UK’s top scorers and all are considered likely No. 1 NBA draft picks in June. They've all been the subject of national media features and certainly will be put in the spotlight by CBS-TV.

  • Opportunity awaits those with technical aptitude

    By Mary Cambron

    The skilled tradespeople working in today’s manufacturing sector have a lot going for them. They have interesting, innovation-driven careers that offer good pay, longevity and skills development that provides security as well as advancement opportunities.
    But here’s the issue: there are too few electricians, machinists, welders and others to meet the demand of the thriving manufacturing sector here in the Lincoln Trail region and across the country.

  • Finding love in The Shack


  • Fr. Knott will preach mission beginning March 27-29


  • 3-15-17 Public Record

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    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.

  • Judge Anderson attends two-day conference

    District Court Judge Amy S. Anderson learned more about how drug addiction is affecting Kentucky families at the Judicial Symposium on Addiction and Child Welfare in Louisville Jan. 26-27. The intensive two-day conference was for the state’s Family Court judges and District Court judges in counties that don’t have Family Court. Some Circuit Court judges also attended.

  • Local judges participate in summit in Louisville

    Circuit Court Judge Samuel Todd Spalding and District Court Judge Amy S. Anderson recently joined the statewide discussion on the escalating opioid epidemic at the court system’s first-ever summit on this crisis. Chief Justice of Kentucky John D. Minton Jr. hosted the Kentucky Opioid Summit for the state’s justices and judges Jan. 25 in Louisville.

  • 3-15-17 Senior Citizens Menus

    Monday, March 20: spaghetti with meat sauce, tossed salad, dressing, peaches with walnuts, and whole wheat bread.
    Tuesday, March 21: baked ham, navy beans, greens, pineapple delight, and cornbread.
    Wednesday, March 22: beef stew, coleslaw, yogurt, and whole wheat roll
    Thursday, March 23: closed.
    Friday, March 24: potato soup, one half peanut butter and jelly sandwich, pickled beets, orange slice, and whole wheat bread.
    All meals are served with skim milk.