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Today's News

  • FOOTBALL: Marion County suffers 38-8 loss to Jags, fall to 0-8

     

  • From the brink

    A team with 102 regular season wins and a historic 22-game winning streak is going home under an utter cloud of disappointment. Despite holding a 2-0 lead in the series, there will be no World Series for this team, no chance to celebrate in champagne baths and no chance to hoist the coveted Commissioner’s Trophy.

  • GIRLS SOCCER: Lady Knights’ season ends in 1-0 loss to Taylor County

    The Marion County Lady Knights’ season came to an end with a 1-0 loss to the Taylor County Lady Cardinals on Oct. 11 in the 18th District Tournament.
    “Season ending losses are never easy and this one was especially tough because of how well we had been playing down the stretch,” Marion County Head Coach Daniel Johnson said.
    Kenzie Knight scored the only goal 12 minutes into the game. Marion County had 13 shots on goal, but was unable to turn them into goals.

  • Vaught’s Views: Freshman lineman finally gets to play

    By Larry Vaught

    He patiently waited on his chance to play, and never complained. Now redshirt freshman offensive lineman Drake Jackson of Woodford County has worked himself into the playing rotation at center and likely will only continue to play a bigger and bigger role in the seasons ahead for the Wildcats.
    “The energy is really good around here. I am enjoying everything. We are all feeling good. I am playing both center and guard. I am doing left guard, center, right guard. It’s all good,” Jackson said.

  • VOLLEYBALL: Lady Knights fall in four sets to Lady Maroons

    On several occasions, the Lady Knights had a chance to finish things off against Pulaski County on Oct. 10. But, untimely errors and a stout Lady Maroons squad kept the Lady Knights at bay as Pulaski County won in four sets, 25-21, 20-25, 18-25, 23-25.
    Mary Ann May's seven kills, along with six from Sarah Clark, were not enough to overcome hitting errors Marion County fell victim to in the game.

  • It’s The Addams Family!

    They're creepy and they're kooky,
    Mysterious and spooky,
    They're altogether ooky,
    The Addams Family.

    Just in time for Halloween, Kentucky Classic Arts at Centre Square have brought The Addams Family to Lebanon. The adult cast for “It's The Addams Family (a New Musical)!” took the stage last week, and will be performing again Oct. 19-20. The youth cast closes out the month with performances on Oct. 26-28 on the Angelic Hall stage at Centre Square (237 N. Spalding Ave, Lebanon, KY 40033).

  • Free paper goes to area homes today

    A special promotional issue of The Lebanon Enterprise will be sent to all homes in Marion County today. The complimentary issue to non-subscribers is made possible by Don Franklin Lebanon and Spring View Hospital.
    For more than 100 years, The Lebanon Enterprise has covered the news of Marion County and its residents. The Kentucky Press Association has recognized the editorial, graphics and advertising staffs for their award-winning work year after year.

  • Liberty man indicted for burglary and other charges

    Rodney Lee Fair, 40, of 5276 West KY 70 in Liberty was indicted in Marion Circuit Court recently for first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree burglary, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs/etc., third-degree terroristic threatening, operating on a suspended or revoked operator’s license, alcohol intoxication, and first-degree persistent felony offender.

  • Jury Duty - Frequently Asked Questions

    By Lindsay Strong

  • Two Campbellsville residents indicted for fraudulently distributing prescription drugs

    Kentucky Press News Service

    FRANKFORT – Two Campbellsville residents have been arrested on charges of fraudulently obtaining and distributing prescription drugs commonly used to treat opioid addiction.
    The investigation involved the illegal distribution of more than 1,000 buprenorphine tablets (buprenorphine is a prescription medication typically used for the treatment of opioid addiction) fraudulently obtained in four counties using other people’s identities.