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Today's News

  • 11-14-12 Birthday Announcements

     

    Jackson Lee Langford will celebrate his 4th birthday Nov. 14, 2012. He is the son of Jamie Bell of Raywick and James Langford of Lebanon.
    Grandparents are Harold Bell and Carolyn Bell, and Bobby and Trudy Langford. Great-grandmother is Mary Sue Brady.
    He has one brother, Jesse Langford, and two sisters, Jazmine and Jenna Langford.
     

  • Student earns Girl Scout scholarship

    When you mention Girl Scouting to people, they sometimes think only about camping, selling cookies and having fun, but that’s not the whole story. Girls like Lauren Buckman, an 18-year-old from Raywick, can tell you Girl Scouting is really about learning how to lead and succeed.
    Buckman, an ambassador level Girl Scout in Troop 1192, has earned a Jean Cole Scholarship from the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana this year. Buckman graduated this year from Marion County High School.

  • Intrepid USA recognized among home health care elite

    Intrepid USA Healthcare Services in Elizabethtown and its branch locations in Bardstown, Lebanon and Leitchfield have been named to the 2012 HomeCare EliteTM, a compilation of the top-performing home health providers in the United States. This is the sixth time in the past seven years the organizations have been honored as HomeCare Elite providers.

  • Bark remains constant whether tree is good, bad, ugly

     

  • 11-14-12 Early Files

    140 years ago
    Oct. 1872
    Insecure jail

    At the last term of Taylor County Court, a contract was made with a Louisville firm for two iron cells or cages for the jail at the cost of $1,500. The judge of the County Court was indicted at the last Circuit Court for keeping or allowing to be kept an insecure jail, hence the late contract.

    Recount demanded

  • November is Diabetes Awareness Month

    Mechelle Coble
    Lincoln Trail District Health Department

  • Heistand, Lucas marry Sept. 8

     

  • Aquaknights primed to break school records this season

    The Aquaknights are in the process of preparing for the upcoming season, which begins on Nov. 27 with a home meet against Nelson County at the Lebanon Aquatic Center. The swim team has enjoyed increases in numbers of athletes over the past couple of seasons.
    "We have increased our team from 15 swimmers to 35," Head Coach Holly Buckman said. "We have many new swimmers from Lebanon Middle School especially eighth graders that in a year or two will be very competitive, which can only be good for Marion County."

  • Avritt competes at state cross country meet

    Marion County High School senior Morgan Avritt competed in the class 2A state cross country meet Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. Avritt competed in the 5k run and finished in 23:27.24, placing her just outside the top 100 in 121st place.  

  • A night to relax

    So in Josh's column last week, he made a statement that I would miss standing on the sidelines of Knights football games. Just to clarify, he meant for this season. I think some people who read the column or maybe just skimmed parts of it, thought that Josh and I were quitting our job as sports correspondents for the Enterprise. However, that is not the case. We are eager to begin covering our third season of basketball and swimming, the winter sports whose regular season games and meets start at the end of this month.