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Today's News

  • Mid-Kentucky Chorus Christmas concert is Dec. 3
  • Community Learning Center stocking its food pantry for holiday season

    Marion County’s Community Learning Center is looking to stock up as the holiday season approaches. For the second year, the 21st Century Community Learning Center will house a food pantry available to Marion County Public Schools’ families in need.

  • Remembering Deputy Rakes

    A candlelight memorial ceremony was held Tuesday evening, Nov. 14, on the grounds of the David R. Hourigan building to honor the memory of Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy Anthony Rakes. This year marks the fifth anniversary of the passing of Deputy Rakes who was killed in the line of duty on Nov. 14, 2012.

  • Love a dog, read a good book

    American comedian, film and television star Groucho Marx once said, “Outside of a dog, a book is a man’s best friend.” That was very much the case last week at the Community Reading Celebration, which was hosted by Marion County Public Schools on Tuesday, Nov. 14.  

  • Marion County Fiscal Court briefs

    Encroachment permits
    The Marion County Fiscal Court continues to have ongoing issues involving residents who construct driveways and entrances off county right-of-ways without obtaining proper permits. An encroachment permit is required, and it’s free. Magistrates voted to advertise the details regarding the ordinance requirements for the free permit for residential encroachments.

    Stolen road signs

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Lebanon man indicted for drugs, resisting arrest

    Ryan K. Chesser, 20, of 117 Miller Avenue in Lebanon was indicted in Marion Circuit Court on Nov. 3 for first-degree possession of a controlled substance, second-degree fleeing/evading police and resisting arrest.