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Today's News

  • Snow is coming Thursday

    The National Weather Service forecast indicates that there is a 100 percent chance of snow Thursday, Jan. 20.

    The snowfall will come mainly after 1 p.m. The high temperature during the day will be around 35 degree with a north wind between three and eight miles per hour. The National Weather Service is estimating that two inches of snow will accumulated during the day.

  • Do not call "No Job? No Car" ad

    Enterprise readers are being advised to avoid calling an ad that has appeared in recent editions of the paper and the ADvantage.

    The ad is listed under the heading "Business Opportunties". It reads "No Job? No Car? No Money? No Credit? No Problem!"

    Calling the number listed in the ad now leads to a recording that says the number has been disabled.

    If you called the number previously and provided personal information, please call Stephen at the Enterprise (270) 692-6026.

  • Dreaming Big

    Martin Luther King could have chosen an easy life. He could have chosen safety and security, but instead he ventured out into the deep waters, to borrow an analogy from William Turner, a professor at Berea College and this year's featured speaker for the Martin Luther King celebration at First Baptist Church.

  • Senator wants your input on General Assembly
  • Words and deeds

    In the aftermath of the recent mass shooting that occurred in Arizona, the rush to judgment came shortly thereafter.

    Some people blamed political rhetoric for poisoning the mind of gunman Jared Loughner since one of his victims was Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, who has managed to survive.

  • Into the waters

    William Turner recited a poem early in his talk Sunday afternoon at First Baptist Church of Lebanon. It was a poem that had been popular with Howard Thurman (a former dean at Howard University), Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King.

     

    I am tired of sailing my little boat

    Far inside the harbor bar -

    I want to go where the big ships float

  • Police Log 1-19-11

    Reports
    Friday, Jan. 7

    - Trena D. Baker of Mulberry Street in Lebanon reported a burglary. Several items were stolen, including a flat iron, curling iron, mirror and a bag full of hair products totaling $200.

    Saturday, Jan. 8
    - James G. Cave of Owl Creek Road in Campbellsville reported a case of criminal mischief after all of the windows were broken in his 2003 Nissan Altima causing $1,000 in damage.

    Sunday, Jan. 9

  • Public Record 1-19-11

    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.

  • Early Files 1-19-11

    130 years ago
    January 19, 1881
    From Loretto
    Mr. G.G. Thompson and lady gave the young folks a cotillion party last week which was well attended by both ladies and gentlemen. It proved to be a very enjoyable affair, and would be long remembered by those present if it was not to be followed in quick succession by so many others of the same kind.

    Adair circuit court
    Buck Commer was convicted of kukluxing and punishment fired at ten months imprisonment, but the judge granted him a new trial.

    Crushed hand healing

  • Meet in Vietnam