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Today's News

  • New hours for driver's licenses

    Starting this month, the Marion Circuit Clerk's Office will have new hours, according to Circuit Clerk Kim May.

    The regular hours for the circuit clerk's office will be 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. On the last Thursday of each month, the clerk's office will have extended hours to 6 p.m. These extended hours are strictly to issue driver's licenses.

  • Shriners' 'Deputy of the Year' from Lebanon

    Jerry Evans of Lebanon was recently named the 2011 Deputy of the Year by the Prince Hall Shriners during their national convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. Evans is the deputy for Kentucky, and he was chosen from among the deputies for 46 states, Europe and the Far East. Evans has served as the Kentucky deputy for seven years, and he said he was honored to have been selected for this honor.

    Read more about Evans' award in a future edition of the Enterprise.

  • Congressman to hold listening session Jan. 11

    Congressman Brett Guthrie will stop by Marion County next week to hear from his constituents. Guthrie will hold a listening session at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 11, at the Marion County Extension Office, 415 Fairgrounds Road in Lebanon.

    Guthrie represents Kentucky's Second Congressional District, which includes Marion County.

  • Congressman to hold listening session Jan. 11

    Congressman Brett Guthrie will stop by Marion County next week to hear from his constituents. Guthrie will hold a listening session at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 11, at the Marion County Extension Office, 415 Fairgrounds Road in Lebanon.

    Guthrie represents Kentucky's Second Congressional District, which includes Marion County.

  • Lebanon man indicted for attempted murder

    James C. Smith, 51, of 3450 Hwy 208 in Lebanon was indicted for criminal attempt to commit murder and fourth-degree assault in Marion Circuit Court recently.

    According to the indictment, on or about Dec. 10, 2011, Smith attempted to cause the death of another person. The indictment also reads that he intentionally or wantonly caused physical injury to another person.

    His bond was set at $10,000 cash with the condition that he have a GPS tracking device and no contact with the victim.

  • Sounds of the Season

    Vernon Cherrix of Louisville visited the Loretto Motherhouse Dec. 28 to perform a selection of Christmas music. The concert included pieces by Bach and Brahms as well as traditional carols.

  • Distinguished state of mind

    Paige Wilson first learned about the Distinguished Young Woman program when her family moved to Marion County, but she feels prepared to participate in the state program, which is a little more than a week away.

    "I've been practicing as often as I can, and my family, they're excited for me as well," Wilson said.

    The 2012 Kentucky Distinguished Young Woman will be held Jan. 13-14 at the Singletary Center for the Arts at the University of Kentucky.

  • Fiscal Court to meet Jan. 5

    The Marion County Fiscal Court will meet in regular session at 4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 5, at the David R. Hourigan Government Center.
    Here are the items on the agenda:
    - Minutes of Dec. 15 meeting
    - Clerk's redistricting assistance request with Lincoln Trail Area Development District  
    - Clerks' budget for 2012
    - Department reports
    - Preliminary radon abatement proposal for the David R. Hourigan Government Center
    - Payment of bills  
    - New  Business /  Old  Business:

  • Lebanon woman dies in single-vehicle accident

    Just three days into the new year, Marion County has experienced its first traffic fatality.
    Stephanie J. Shewmaker, 53, of 6158 Bradfordsville Highway in Lebanon died in a single-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon.
    Shewmaker was driving a 1986 Ford pickup on the Bradfordsville-Gravel Switch Road (Hwy. 337) approximately three miles outside of Bradfordsville. The accident was reported at 1:18 p.m. Tuesday.
    "She hit some ice, crossed the roadway, hit two trees and overturned," Marion County Sheriff's Deputy Tony Belcher said.

  • Knights pick up 10th win

         The Marion County Knights claimed a victory over Monroe County, 74-63, in the third place game at the Citizens Bank/Campbellsville University Holiday Classic.  The win pushes the Knights record to 10-5 on the season.  After a few days off, the Knights will be back in action for the first home game since December 6th, when they host Boyle County January 10th.

     

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