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Today's News

  • Skype sessions enhance lessons for students

    Several local students had a classroom experience that spanned the globe Friday. By utilizing Skype and Smart Boards, students were able to have live conversations with active-duty military personnel stationed in Afghanistan.
    Some of Coury Osbourne's students at Marion County High School and students in Lesli Van Why's class at Calvary Elementary School participated in the Skype sessions with a pair of sailors.
    Two of Osbourne's classes spoke with Yeoman First Class Ruth Adams, a U.S. Navy reservist.

  • Turtleman 'Live Action' edition sent countrywide

    The "Live Action" Turtleman edition of The Lebanon Enterprise has been purchased by people in numerous counties in Kentucky, as well as Turtleman fans in North Carolina, South Carolina, Indiana, Arkansas, California, New Jersey, Tennessee, Michigan, Maryland, Ohio, Oregon, Minnesota, West Virginia, Virginia, Florida, Alabama and Arizona!

  • Turtleman tidbits

    Turtleman tidbits are bite-sized morsels about Ernie Brown Jr., who is better known at the Turtleman, and the Turtle Team. The information reported was gathered during interviews for the Aug. 29 story about the Turtleman and his team, but could not be included due to space.

    Worried
    The Turtle Team said they are concerned for their safety any time they join Brown on a job.
    "Every time I get in a truck with Ernie, I'm concerned for my safety," Jake Ison said.

  • Block party dance contest

    The rain may have affected attendance at the Block Party Sunday, but those who were present still had a good time. The dance contest had a smaller field of contestants than usual, but Jackie Furman (who organizes the contest) said they’ll be back again next year along with the fashion show.

  • A new team

  • Knights can't keep up with Cardinals

    The Marion County Knights hosted the Nelson County Cardinals Friday night in a football game that pitted two winless teams against each other. The Knights were within striking distance early, but a historic night by the Cardinal quarterback would not allow them to be beat. The Knights fell in the game by a final score of 59-38.

  • The Game Plan, Sept. 5

    Sept. 5
    Soccer
    Knights Vs. Campbellsville (Away)

    Sept. 6
    Volleyball
    Lady Knights vs. Adair County (Home)

    Soccer
    Knights vs. Nelson County (Away)

    Golf
    Lady Knights and Knights vs. Mercer County (Rosewood Golf Club)

    Sept. 7
    Football
    Knights vs. Southwestern (Away)

    Sept. 8
    Volleyball

  • Golf teams split matches

    The Marion County Knights golf team competed in two matches this past week, playing against Adair County on the road on Tuesday of last week and taking on Bardstown at Rosewood Golf Club Thursday.
    Thursday against Bardstown, Marion County won the match 177 to 196. Individual team scores for the Knights were Logan Medley with a 41, Mason Gadberry with a 43, Trevor Burchell with a 46 and Casey Lee with a 47. Brianna Reynolds also played against Bardstown, winning her match by shooting a 48.

  • Hunters at the mercy of Mother Nature

    As always, the weather has a lot to do with the way doves fly... or don't fly.
    Dry, hot weather tends to turn their "I'm hungry" button on while high winds and rain mean, "I'm sayin' home."
    Now understand, I have to turn this article in early because of the holiday so the weather situation for Saturday is anybody's guess. It looks like it'll be raining but as this point, who knows! Guess it's like everything else... It'll be what it'll be.

  • Coach: Boys soccer team "complacent and apathetic" in loss

    The Marion County Knights soccer team hosted Thomas Nelson High School on Aug. 28. After coming off three straight losses, the Knights couldn't find much better luck in this game. Marion County lost the game by a final score of 2-1.
    The Knights started out playing well in the first half, but were unable to score any goals until late in the half. Dylan Spalding received a pass from his teammate and was able to find the net to give Marion County the 1-0 halftime lead.
    According to Head Coach Greg Conley, a seemingly changed team came out of the locker room.