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Today's News

  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Knights lose lead against rival

    Washington County Commander D.T Yocum continues to give the Knights nightmares.
    Yocum, who averaged 22.5 in the two meetings between the cross-county rivals last year, scored 35 points, including 21 in the fourth quarter, as the Marion County Knights saw a 12-point lead evaporate against Washington County, falling 80-75 in the Border War at the Roby Dome Saturday, Jan. 7.

  • BOYS BASKETBALL: Knights take on Campbellsville Eagles Friday

    Twenty-seven days after the Marion County Knights dispatched district-rival Campbellsville in overtime at the Roby Dome, the struggling Eagles will be looking for some revenge when they host the Knights at 7:30 p.m. this Friday, Jan. 13.

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  • Fair punishment?

    Amid outrage and outcries from sports and non-sports fans alike, Duke's Grayson Allen was "suspended indefinitely" after tripping Elon guard Steven Santa Ana during a game between Duke and Elon on Dec. 22. It was the third time in two seasons Allen tripped a player. He previously tripped Louisville's Ray Spalding and Florida State's Xavier Rathan-Mayes in games last season.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Knights preparing for district foes

    After taking care of business on Saturday night against the Washington County Commanderates, the Marion County Lady Knights will turn their focus to another cross-county rival, this time within the 20th district. In Marion County's third district game of the season, the Lady Knights will make the journey to Campbellsville High School this Friday, Jan. 13, to tangle with the Campbellsville Lady Eagles, anxiously awaiting a chance to avenge their 50-26 loss at the Roby Dome Dec. 17.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Knights crush Commandarettes

    A strong defensive effort powered the Marion County Lady Knights to a 56-23 win Saturday night over the Washington County Commanderettes. Haley Howard led all scorers with 26.
    "I was real happy with it," Mills said. "We knew Washington County had been struggling but they're young. Lena [Bramblett] will have her team ready in the next couple of years to be contenders."
    Eight Lady Knights scored in the game. Leah Hazelwood and Tete Adams each added six rebounds.

  • Woods and Waters: Outdoors columnist says farewell

    As much as I hate it, this will be my last article!
    I have really enjoyed the opportunity you’ve given me to tell my stories for the past 20-plus years. I hope you’ve enjoyed my tales and I hope I’ve made you laugh. Either with me or at me, never mattered as long as you were laughing!
    I’ve got to thank the Enterprise staff who - for years - have interpreted, typed, and seen that my article made it to print. Plus, I can’t forget the supportive wife!

  • Vaught’s Views: Hamidou Diallo attending UK to test himself, possibly prepare for NBA

    By Larry Vaught

    Having Hamidou Diallo decide to start his college basketball career now was no surprise to Marc Allard, sports editor of the Norwich (Connecticut) Bulletin.
    Diallo, a 6-5 guard, announced Saturday that he would start classes at Kentucky this week. He had graduated from Putnam Science Academy (Connecticut) last year and had been playing there as a graduate student this season.

  • Corrected vision

    When I was younger, I had to rely on glasses. It was so bad that I couldn’t see three feet in front of my face. Colors merged together like a Jackson Pollack painting. You could forget road signs, heck, you could forget the dashboard clock for that matter. Without my glasses, I was pretty much useless.

  • A better career outlook in 2017

    By Terri Thomas

    A new year has come, and for many employees and job seekers, it’s the perfect time to step back and consider their career paths and plans. As many will look to make 2017 a great work year or even make concrete resolutions to get a new job, earn a promotion or start training for an in-demand career, the staff at Kentucky Career Center – Lincoln Trail offers the following strategies to help strengthen your 2017 career outlook.

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