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Today's News

  • McElroy twins release debut single album

    Derrick and Eric McElroy, identical twins and Lebanon natives, have released a single “Teach Me How to Love You” to share their love of music and Christ. 

    The twins, sons of Junior Cleotus (a.k.a. June) and the late Gloria Jean McElroy  (a.k.a. Sister), both graduated from Marion County High School in 1997. Derrick now resides in Louisville, and Eric resides in Elizabethtown.

  • McElroy twins release debut single album

    Derrick and Eric McElroy, identical twins and Lebanon natives, have released a single “Teach Me How to Love You” to share their love of music and Christ. 

    The twins, sons of Junior Cleotus (a.k.a. June) and the late Gloria Jean McElroy  (a.k.a. Sister), both graduated from Marion County High School in 1997. Derrick now resides in Louisville, and Eric resides in Elizabethtown.

  • Local charity event to benefit Marion County cancer fighters

    Since March of 2013, the Marion County Good Samaritans Foundation has gifted to hundreds of Marion County families undergoing cancer treatment. Every penny raised by the Marion County Good Samaritans Foundation came from Marion County residents and/or their family and friends and every penny went to benefit Marion County residents fighting cancer. 

  • Sisters of Loretto touched by the people of Ghana

    Two Sisters of Loretto traveled to Ghana recently for a chance in a lifetime opportunity to experience the African nation, not as tourists, but as friends. 

    Sister Kay Carlew and Sister Maria Visse traveled to Ghana to visit the FST Sisters from Nov. 16 to Dec. 18, 2017. 

  • Does Lebanon need more?

    Sometimes, you look at an issue or need… a problem, and you think of all the ways in which you can solve it. Sometimes it is an easy fix, and other times… you just don’t have a straight answer. 

    Here at The Lebanon Enterprise, we’ve been working on an editorial about a concern—or complaint depending on how you look at it, about Lebanon itself. It is a concern that has been brought up to us numerous times, which instead has turned into a hundred more questions.

  • Apathy is a public nuisance

    One of my biggest frustrations as the publisher of The Lebanon Enterprise is when a legitimate problem and/or concern is brought to my attention, the newspaper reports on the problem to educate the community, but then nothing is done. 

    The newspaper itself can’t solve the problem. 

    I fully understand that. 

    That’s not the newspaper’s responsibility.

  • More free E911 signs available

    Additional E-911 signs are now available for new homeowners in the area and homeowners that didn’t get a sign the first time they were made available to the public. The signs are free.
    People must post their address number on their property per county law. Posting your address will ensure that emergency responders will be able to locate your driveway or entrance to your property.

  • Post 15 treats 51 children to Christmas

     

  • 1-24-18 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.

  • 1-24-18 Police Log

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

    Jan. 6
    Kyle Burton of Lake Avenue in Lebanon reported a burglary. The screen door and entry door to his residence was damaged, causing $499 in reported damage.