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Today's News

  • Industrial foundation deeds fire training property to county

    The Marion County Industrial Foundation has given 1.756 acres of property to the Marion County Fiscal Court. This is the same property where the Marion County Fire Training Facility is located.

  • Intern begins work for the Enterprise

    This summer, Enterprise readers will see a new face and a new byline.

    Nick Schrager, 28, will be working 120 hours for the paper this summer. Schrager is working to earning college credit toward his degree.

    He will be a senior this fall at Lindsey Wilson College, where he is majoring in media arts. He has worked for the student paper, Raiderview, for three years.

  • Mattingly turtle hunt

    The 7th Annual Mattingly Memorial Day Turtle Hunt in remembrance of 'Lil Tony' Mattingly was held May 8. Hunting this year were Little Bob Williamson, Timmy Dale Mattingly, Tony Blair and Tony Mattingly Sr. Chris Smothers and Buster Shuck also hunted but were absent from photo. They caught 25 turtles.

  • Fish: Bradshaw

    This is one of three muskie fish Alex Bradshaw caught with the help of his good buddy Johnny Switser. The biggest fish weighed 24-pounds and was 42-inches long.

  • 9-10 baseball champs

    Pictured are the Rangers, winners of the 9-10-year-old Marion Co. Little League regular season. They are, front row, from left, Camden Stiles, Jake Thomas, Vincent Battcher and Cade Thompson; second row, Cameron Tungate, Dakin Caldwell, Connor Roney, Ryan Luckett, Jamison Epps and Owen Mattingly; back row, coaches John A. Mattingly, Pat Thomas and Matt Thompson. Absent from photo is Andrew Walton. They finished the regular season with a record of 11-2.

  • Amy Thomas refuses to let cancer change her positive spirit

    "I can."

    That's Amy Thomas' motto.

    It's a simple but powerful phrase.

    And, when she says it, she does so with a smile on her face. A radiating smile that almost makes you forget she has cancer. But, her beautiful, bald head is a reminder of the disease she's currently fighting.

    A disease she always knew she would be diagnosed with one day.

  • 6-8 softball champs

  • Working to 'Wipe Out Cancer'

    Cancer affects people of all races and religions, young and old, rich and poor, male and female. That's also why Relay for Life, a fundraising event for the American Cancer Society, attracts participants from throughout the community every year.

  • Jets Over Kentucky now world's biggest model jet show

    The biggest difficulty the Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission had at its Monday meeting was getting enough people to have a quorum.

    At 3:30 p.m. June 11, the scheduled meeting time, Chairman Brad Lanham and David Winebrenner Jr., were the only commissioners present. Carlotta Brussels arrived around 3:50 p.m., and Tom Lund was the fourth commissioner to arrive at 4:12 p.m., which meant they had a quorum.

    Commissioners Dennis George, Joe Hickey and Nancy Higdon were not present.

  • Gravel Switch firefighter recovering after June 2 accident

    Larry Vaughn was listed in serious but stable condition at University Hospital in Louisville as of Monday morning.

    Vaughn, 39, was injured on June 2 when he was riding a 2004 Honda motorcycle on E. Main Street in Lebanon and collided with the passenger side of a Chevy Equinox and was thrown from his motorcycle, according to the Lebanon Police. Vaughn was not wearing a helmet at the time of the collision.

    He was treated at the scene for nearly an hour by Marion County EMS before he was flown to U of L by Air Methods.