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Today's News

  • 10-19-11 Reunions

    St. Joe Prep
    St. Joe Prep Alumni Association will have their annual Fall Cook-In Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Bardstown. Social hour starts at 5 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m. Meat and drinks will be furnished. Bring a dish for the potluck. Annual meeting will follow dinner.  All undergraduates and friends of St. Joe are welcomed.
    For more information, contact John Cecil, (502) 348-6522 or Jude Talbott (502) 348-3453.

    MCHS Class of 1981

  • 10-19-11 Birth announcements
  • 10-19-11 Senior Citizens Menus

    Lebanon Center
    Monday, Oct. 24: Beef steak patty w/brown gravy, mashed potatoes, spinach salad w/dressing, ambrosia, roll.
    Tuesday, Oct. 25: Hot turkey breast, buttered broccoli, peanuts, angel food cake w/strawberry topping, bread.
    Wednesday, Oct. 26: Chili w/beans, carrot raisin salad, orange, crackers, chocolate pudding.
    Thursday, Oct. 27: Pepper steak, baked sweet potato, green beans, pineapple prune salad, roll.
    Friday, Oct. 28: Pork roast loin, pinto beans, turnip greens, mock PA cheesecake, cornbread.

  • Kern and Waldron will marry Oct. 22

     

  • Pittman will compete in Miss Teen pageant

     

    Bethanie Diane Pittman, age 14, will participate in the 2011 Miss Teen Kentucky County Fair Pageant in Louisville Oct. 21 and 22. She is the daughter of Jason and Stephanie Pittman of Lebanon and the granddaughter of Sonny and Diane Pittman of Lebanon and Ronald and Estelle Woodrum of Taylor County.

  • Dear God, It's me again

    By Delena Trent, Guest columnist

    Since our inception in 1993, The Caring Place has written many articles in The Lebanon Enterprise. I have given insight of the feelings and the pain of domestic violence from the point of view from the women who have experienced it. I have explained to you about the struggles of the families who came to us and what they face daily. We have also given the perspectives from staff.

  • Two accidents involving animals this week

    Accidents involving animals were reported Monday and Tuesday mornings on Danville Highway. The Marion County Sheriff's Office worked both accidents.

    No serious injuries were reported to people, but a horse died as a result of the accident Tuesday morning, according to Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Clements.

  • March for Babies is Saturday

    The 2011 March for Babies is scheduled to begin Saturday at Graham Memorial Park in Lebanon.

    Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the walk begins at 10 a.m.

    The March for Babies is an annual fund-raiser for the March of Dimes, which supports research and provides education about premature babies to families and healthcare professionals.

    According to the March for Babies website, more than 500,000 babies are born premature every year in the United States.

  • Tourist commission continues search for director

    The Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission interviewed two more candidates Thursday for the vacant executive director's position.

    The commission held a special-called meeting Oct. 13, and that evening the commission conducted video interviews with two candidates, Chairman Dan Lawson said. Commissioner Tom Lund was out of town during last week's meeting, but all of the other commissioners were present.

  • City, tourism consider property acquisition

    In recent months, the Lebanon City Council and the Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission have been contacted about the possibility of purchasing property at the intersection of Burkes Spring Road and Hwy. 52.

    During its Oct. 10 meeting, the city council voted 5-0 in favor of contributing $10,000 toward the purchase. Councilman Jay Grundy was not present at that meeting.