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  • Public Record 7-27-11

    It is the policy of  The Lebanon Enterprise to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies.
    This policy has been established to preserve the fairness and impartiality of The Lebanon Enterprise.
    Names appearing in public records and documents published by The Enterprise will be published without exceptions.
    Public records are published as a news service to our readers.

  • Police Log 7-27-11

    Reports from the Kentucky State Police
    - An injury collision occurred at 11:15 a.m. on July 19, one-mile north of Lebanon on KY 429. The collision occurred when a 2006 Pontiac being driven by Kathryn Alford, 19, of Lebanon, was traveling northbound on KY 429. Alford lost control of the vehicle, overcorrected, and left the roadway, coming to final rest in a field. Alford and her passenger, Aurelio Martinez, 4, were both belted at the time of the collision. Both were transported to Spring View Hospital by personal vehicle for minor injuries.

  • Urban Limited plates are misused

    With an alarming number of complaints being received, the Kentucky State Police reminds the public about the proper use of Urban Limited plates.

  • Mattingly is winner at Raywick Homecoming

    The winner has been announced for the raffle held by the Raywick Fire Department that took place during the Raywick Homecoming.
    The winner of a homemade quilt and a set of USA cornhole boards was Lawrence Mattingly of Bardstown.

  • Early Files 7-27-11

    50 years ago
    July 13, 1961
    Takes over school system
    Holy Cross Elementary School, long a part of the Marion County public school system, will become a parochial school at the beginning of the fall term. That announcement came yesterday from the Rev. F.M. Burch, pastor of Holy Cross Church, whose parish will operate the school in the future.
    The $100,000 building, which has housed the school since September, 1958, is already owned by the Holy Cross Parish.

    Dedication ceremonies set

  • Cotton's Corner 7-27-11

  • Girls Little League
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  • Some snakes are beneficial

    By Tom Barnes
    UK extension wildlife specialist

    Many people fear snakes, but despite the fright they can cause, the majority of snakes are beneficial. Of the 33 varieties of snakes in Kentucky, only four are venomous (Northern copperhead, Western cottonmouth [water moccasin], timber rattlesnake, and pygmy rattlesnake). Most snakes you encounter around your home are harmless.
    If you are scared of them, try to remember that they are useful-they keep the rodent population in check by eating mice, rats, chipmunks and even toads, insects and other pests.