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Today's News

  • Lebanon man sentenced for burglary, drug trafficking

    David Tucker, 22, of 343 W. Mulberry Street in Lebanon was sentenced to one year in prison in Marion Circuit Court recently for second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance first offense and third-degree burglary. He was also ordered to pay $160 restitution. A charge of second-degree persistent felony offender was dismissed.

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  • 3-13-13 Police Log

    Got a lead?
    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is (270) 692-5529.

    March 3
    – Donald Thompson of Johnathan Street in Campbellsville reported theft by unlawful taking under $500 at 130 Hardin Place in Lebanon. Thompson reported $260 in cash was stolen.

    March 8
    – Wal-mart reported theft by unlawful taking under $500 “shoplifting”.  Merchandise valued at $61.31 was recovered.

  • 3-13-13 Public Record

    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.

  • Weed control is crucial for farmers

     

  • Rain garden workshop is set for April 19

    By Katie Pratt

    Storm water runoff occurs when precipitation hits impervious surfaces, such as roofs, driveways or parking lots. As this water runs off the surface, it takes trash and pollutants with it on its way to local waterways or the sewer system. In many instances, storm water runoff also results in soil erosion.

  • If you like oranges you’ll love these recipes

     

  • National Ag Day is March 19

    American agriculture is responsible for providing the necessities of every day, food, fiber, and clothing. That’s the message of National Ag Day, which is celebrated March 19, 2013. Marion County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee hopes to use Ag Day as a tool to education school aged children the importance of agriculture in our communities.
    The women’s committee will visit the elementary schools in the county and read the book of the year, “The Guardian Team” and other farm and ag books.

  • Join foundation in March and get 10 free trees

    The Arbor Day Foundation is making it easier for everyone to celebrate the arrival of spring through planting trees.
    Join the Arbor Day Foundation in March 2013 and receive 10 free white flowering dogwood trees.
    “White flowering dogwoods will add beauty to your home throughout the year,” said John Rosenow, founder and chief executive of the Arbor Day Foundation. “Dogwoods are known for their showy spring flowers, scarlet autumn foliage and red berries that attract songbirds during winter.”

  • Knights win opening scrimmage

    The Marion County Knights baseball team played and won their opening contest of the season Saturday. The scrimmage against Hart County was scheduled to take place Friday at Marion County, but due to poor field conditions it was moved back a day and was moved to Hart County.  
    Neither team was able to score in the opening inning. Marion County once again failed to score in the top of the second inning. Hart County managed to push a run across in the bottom of the second inning off of a hit, a sacrifice, and an error to lead 1-0 after two innings.  

  • New faces highlight 2013 track season

    Under the direction of second year Head Coach Keith Brown, the Marion County High School track team is looking forward to welcoming some new faces to the squad.
    “Seniors Satchel Tatum, Morgan Avritt and Madison Avritt along with junior Samaad Bouie have joined the team and looked impressive in the early workouts,” Brown said.