Today's News

  • 5-28-14 Birthday Announcement


    Luke Mattingly celebrated his 5th birthday May 23, 2014. He is the son of B.J. and Missy Mattingly. Grandparents are Mary Ann Livers, the late Lewis Livers, Valerie Mattingly and Ricky Mattingly. Great-grandparents are Merriell and Opal Mattingly. He has one brother, J.R. Mattingly.

  • Citizens National Bank celebrates 125 years

    The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) congratulates The Citizens National Bank of Lebanon for reaching an important milestone in serving its local community. This marks the community bank’s 125 years in business helping individual and small business customers with their financial needs.

  • Thomas named to Caldwell Banker’s Diamond Society
  • 5-28-14 Police Log

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

  • Fear of losing a pet shouldn't prevent you from owning one

    By Matt Overing
    Summer intern

    Two wiggling butts greet me every day when I come home.
    They belong to my two dogs, Bailey and Addie. I wouldn't trade either for any material thing in the world, and I can't imagine my life without them.
    Losing a pet is impossibly difficult to deal with, but that shouldn't scare you from owning your own.
    I have lost two pets in my life. The first, Rosie, died when I was in high school. She was an outside dog and watched me play more basketball than anyone else in my life.

  • Two indicted for Cash-A-Check robbery

    Two people were indicted for robbery in connection with the March 20 armed robbery at Cash-A-Check in Lebanon.
    The Marion Circuit Court grand jury handed down the indictments May 19.
    Johnny Ray McQueen, 51, of 100 Saint Ann Street in Lebanon and Dawn L. Hardin, 20, of 107 Saint Ann Street in Lebanon were indicted for first-degree robbery. McQueen also was indicted for first-degree persistent felony offender.

  • Kentucky has a lot to offer this summer

    With memories of the long winter starting to fade and the Memorial Day weekend now behind us, the time has come to begin planning for summer.
    There certainly is no shortage of activities nearby or across the state, and their popularity can be seen in the bottom line. According to an annual study released earlier this month, Kentucky’s tourism and travel industry was responsible for $12.5 billion in direct and indirect spending in 2013, which was a 2.6 percent increase over 2012.  Overall, these businesses employ nearly 176,000 people.

  • 5-28-14 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.

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  • Some plants like it wet