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Today's News

  • St. Baldrick’s will be March 28

     Marion County’s ninth annual St. Baldrick’s event will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 28, at St. Augustine School.

  • St. Baldrick’s A Family Off-Hair Music/Food Fest is Saturday
  • Seeking story ideas for Spring home and garden section

     The Lebanon Enterprise will publish a spring home and garden section in its March 25 edition and we’re looking for story ideas.

  • Patriot Career Fair is April 9

     St. Catharine College will be hosting the Patriot Career Fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m, Thursday, April 9 in the Lourdes Hall gymnasium. Many agencies will be attending offering a variety of summer jobs, fall jobs, internships, volunteer positions and jobs for soon-to-be graduates. 

  • Lebanon Middle science fair
  • Pipeline project meeting set for March 19

    Marion County Judge/Executive David Daugherty has announced a public meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 19, at the Marion County Extension Office about the pipeline issues affecting Marion County.

    The extension office is located at 415 Fairground Road in Lebanon.

    Tennessee Gas Pipeline LLC, which is part of Kinder Morgan, has filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission seeking permission to abandon a portion of pipeline currently being used to carry natural gas. This includes 19.7 miles of pipe already in the ground in Marion County. 

  • Recycling pays in more way than one

    Marion County started its recycling program in 2007, and since then, the county has saved 1,865 tons of waste from going to a landfill.
    In 2006, the county was sending 920.76 tons of garbage to the landfill every month. Last year, the county sent an average of 796.86 tons of trash to the landfill.
    "We're landfilling less waste all the time," Marion County Solid Waste Coordinator Keith Brock said.

  • Doing what is right

    Josh Ballard doesn’t take a day for granted, which explains how he’s been able to accomplish so much at such a young age.
    Ballard owns his own computer business, is the first lieutenant at the Loretto Fire Department, works as an EMT for Marion County EMS, is a Loretto City Commissioner and is the chairman of the annual St. Francis Picnic.
    And he’s only 25 years old.
    Ballard has a passion for helping people, and that’s why the Marion County Chamber of Commerce selected him as the 2014 “Outstanding Citizen”.

  • Arrest made in drive-by shooting incident

    The Lebanon Police have made an arrest in relation to a drive-by shooting Feb. 25 on West Chandler Street.

    Marquis Jacorey Douglas, 22, was indicted for attempted murder and first-degree criminal mischief. He is being held at the Marion County Detention Center on a $50,000 bond.

    According to Lebanon Assistant Police Chief Greg Young, a caller reported hearing gunshots at 12:13 a.m., on West Chandler Street in Lebanon.

    When officers arrived they found a vehicle, belonging to Nathaniel Washington, had been shot four times, but he was not injured.

  • County survives second round of snow

    State, county and city workers tackled their second big snow storm of the season last week.
    After hours of work, tons of salt and a little help from Mother Nature, the roads are once again drivable throughout the county.
    Marion County Judge/Executive David Daugherty said that the snow that fell March 4-5 was wetter than the February storm. Daugherty added that he appreciated the effort that local and state crews put into cleaning up the roads.
    “They’re good employees,” Daugherty said.