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Today's News

  • Enterprise to deliver letters to Santa

    The Lebanon Enterprise continues to partner with the jolliest man in the land, Santa Claus, and delivers local letters to him at the North Pole before Christmas.
    The Enterprise will also continue the tradition of publishing letters written by local children. A special edition of the paper will include letters to Santa from each class (pre-K through fifth grade) from all five of our elementary schools.

  • Health exchange enrollment tops 40,000

    Kentucky Press News Service

    FRANKFORT – Kentucky’s health exchange, kynect, continues to enroll about 1,000 Kentuckians each day into new health coverage. As of Friday, 40,572 Kentuckians are enrolled in new health insurance, and 41 percent of them are under the age of 35.
    Kynect has been hailed as a national model since its launch Oct. 1 for its continuous smooth operation and easy interface for users looking for affordable health coverage, according to a news release from the governor's office.

  • 11-13-13 School Menus

    BREAKFAST
    Monday, Nov. 18: pancake and sausage on a stick with maple syrup and toast or assorted cereal and toast, sliced peaches, variety of juice, and milk.
    Tuesday, Nov. 19: granola breakfast cookie and two toast or assorted cereal and two toast, mandarin oranges, variety of juice, and milk.
    Wednesday, Nov. 20: scrambled eggs and two toast or assorted cereal and two toast, banana, variety of juice, and milk.
    Thursday, Nov. 21: warm honey bun and two toast or assorted cereal and two toast, apple, variety of juice, and milk.

  • West Marion students learn about bus safety
  • 11-13-13 Marion County High School students of the month
  • A Ky. guide to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

    By Molly Burchett
    Kentucky Health News

    Few laws have generated as much confusion, opposition or news coverage as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Despite the flood of news stories about the law widely known as Obamacare, there is still much confusion about it.

  • Authors to speak Nov. 18 at SCC library

    Two of the three authors of the recently released book “The Art of Pausing: Meditations for the Overworked and Overwhelmed” will be speaking at the Emily W. Hundley Library at St. Catharine College on Monday, Nov. 18 from 3 p.m. until 4 p.m. with a book signing reception to follow.
    Brother Paul Quenon OCSO and Judith Valente will be on hand to discuss the book, which came out in July.

  • College to host woman exonerated from death row

    A woman who was exonerated from death row in Kentucky will be speaking about her experiences on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. in Pettus Auditorium inside the Hamilton Health and Sciences Building on the St. Catharine College campus.
    Guest speaker Sabrina Butler has written a book about her experiences and is an active abolitionist. The Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty will be giving away a copy of her book at the speaking engagement.

  • District names its first two instructional coaches

    In late September, the Marion County Board of Education approved hiring six new instructional coaches at a cost of $220,000.
    According to Superintendent Taylora Schlosser, most districts throughout the state have instructional coaches, and they are needed to help teachers improve instruction and implement the new Common Core standards, which are a set of academic guidelines that describe what students need to know before they complete each grade level. According to many educators, the new standards are much more rigorous and demanding.

  • 2013 Kentucky Mu Chapter Alpha Chi