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Today's News

  • Vaught’s View: Richards' early-season deficiencies are ones Calipari can fix

    By Larry Vaught

    Kentucky freshman center Nick Richards has probably been better than anticipated on offense but not as good as expected on defense — or at least not yet.
    Sporting News college basketball columnist Mike DeCourcy says that is not a bad thing so early in the season.
    “Offensively he is not a super skilled post guy. He is not Elton Brand. He does not have all those undo the defense moves. Can he catch it? Yes. Can he turn and score? Okay, you can work on that,” DeCourcy said before UK opened its season..

  • YOUTH LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Marion County wins youth league ‘Super Bowl’

    While Super Bowl 52 at U.S. Bank Stadium is roughly three months away, another kind of Super Bowl was taking place at Dean Watts Park in Bardstown Saturday morning.
    There, the Marion County 9-10-year-old youth league football team battled Washington County Blue for the league title, with Marion County coming away with a 27-7 triumph.
    “We played hard and we played great,” Marion County Head Coach Waylon Wiser said. “Washington County is a very tough team.”

  • Elizabethtown Commonwealth Cup Champs

    The U10 Impact Marion County Youth Soccer team recently participated in the Elizabethtown Commonwealth Cup and won their division. Pictured, front row from left, are Xavier Johnson, Elijah Perez, Cadin Spalding and Zachary Daugherty; back row from left, Jackson Langford, Teegan McCauley, Alan Huerta, Jackson Truitt, Blake Wise, William Elder and Max Phillips. Not pictured is Eli George. Coaches are Michael Truitt and Julie Johnson.
     

  • Upcoming Working the Puzzle for Autism Inc. events
  • Upcoming Kentucky Classic ARTS events

    Paul Childers is back at Kentucky Classic ARTS at Centre Square at 7 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 18. Childers will perform songs from his latest album "Naked Poetry" as well as his unique take on some Christmas classics. The evening will be opened by the Centre Square Youth Choir.
    Tickets can be purchased online at www.kentuckyclassicarts.com, at Farmers National Bank on Main Street in Lebanon and at the Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission office located on Spalding Avenue in Lebanon.

  • Lebanon woman indicted for manslaughter

    Rebecca P. Fisher, 43, of 415 South Spalding Avenue in Lebanon has been arrested and indicted for first-degree manslaughter for the 2015 shooting death of her husband, Michael Fisher.
    She was arrested Monday, Nov. 6, by Lebanon Police Officer Zachary Richerson.
    Her arrest comes more than two years after the shooting death of her husband.

  • Local men arrested in sex sting to appear in court

    Paul F. Hilpp, 28, of Lebanon, who was arrested during a sex sting operation in Boyle County recently, is scheduled to appear in Boyle County District Court at 9 a.m. on Jan. 2. He is out of jail on a $15,000 bond.

  • Holiday events start next week

    Christmas in the Park is Nov. 22
    Christmas in the Park will take place at Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon Wednesday, Nov. 22. The event will officially begin at 6:30 p.m., with free cookies, popcorn and hot chocolate. The lighting of the park will be at 7 p.m. Santa Claus will arrive on one of Lebanon's finest fire trucks at 7:15 p.m.

  • Thankful Little Tikes

    Children are brutally honest.
    They have no filter.
    They say exactly what’s on their minds, which is precisely why - in the spirit of Thanksgiving – The Enterprise asked a group of first-graders at Lebanon Elementary School what they are thankful for.
    Some of their responses warmed our hearts.
    Others made us cackle out loud with laughter.
    And some of their answers just left us scratching our heads in pure confusion.
    But, we can tell you one thing, these kids made us smile.

  • School board begins search for architect

    A year after the recallable nickel was passed in Marion County, the Marion County Board of Education took the first step toward putting that additional revenue to use during its regular monthly meeting Thursday. The board voted to advertise for requests for proposals for architect services. In other words, the board is going to search for and hire an architect.