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Today's News

  • Lebanon man is missing, family desperate for help

    Lebanon native Larry Lee, 32, who now resides at Falmouth Care Home in Falmouth, Ky, is missing and his family is searching for him.

    According to his sister, Melissa Lee Knight of Lebanon, Larry is a ward of the state as part of a severe brain injury program.

  • Wilson named Distinguished Young Woman

    Paige Wilson is the 2012 Marion County Distinguished Young Woman.

    Wilson was named the overall winner at the Marion County Junior Miss competition Saturday night at Marion County High School. The Junior Miss competition is changing to Distinguished Young Women next year.

    In addition to winning to the overall title, Wilson also received interview, preliminary scholastic, self-expression and talent awards.

    Wilson is the daughter of Eric and Diane Wilson.

  • Lebanon, Raywick will hold elections to fill vacancies

    Darin Spalding was appointed to the Lebanon City Council July 27 following Kenny Marrett's resignation from the council.

    At the time, city officials said they believed his appointment was for the remainder of Marrett's term.

  • Fiscal Court meets at 4 p.m. Aug. 4

    The Marion County Fiscal Court is scheduled to meet at 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4.

    Here is the agenda for that meeting:

    - Minutes of previous meeting

    - Redistricting/reapportionment committee  report based on 2010 Census

    - FEMA award contract for Scuffle Creek Bridge Project & RFQ Request

    - 2011 Marion County Tax Rates- Real Estate, Personal Property, Vehicles

  • BACK TO SCHOOL: St. Augustine ready for its best year yet

    Editor's note: The following article was inadvertently left out of the Enterprise's "Back to School" section. The omission was the Enterprise's mistake. The article will be included in the Aug. 10 edition of the Enterprise's printed edition. The Enterprise apologizes for the mistake.

    New teachers, shining rooms, dedicated faculty and excited students! St. Augustine School is ready for its best year yet!

  • Comic Con is worth the effort for all the fun

    By Lindsay Kriz

    KPA Summer Intern

     

    As any geek who actually leaves their bedroom knows, the San Diego Comic Con is basically the Mecca for nerds. The convention, which takes place four days in July every year, is housed in San Diego, Calif., and attracts at least 125,000 patrons every year. And this year, once again, one of those patrons was me. 

  • Step One

    In the book, Candy: A Novel of Love and Addiction, author Luke Davies writes, “When you can stop you don’t want to, and when you want to stop, you can’t...”

    We are confident that statement hits home for anyone who has fought or is fighting an addiction. And, we know family members and friends of addicts can also relate. 

    Addiction is an ugly thing.

  • “Lord, I want to thank you for my smokin’ hot wife”

     

  • 8-3-11 Church Briefs

    Back to School
    First Baptist Church, N. Depot St., Lebanon, will host their 2nd Annual Back-to-School Giveaway Saturday, Aug. 6, from 10 a.m. till noon. The event is sponsored by the women’s ministry.

    Back-to-school fun day
    Open Arms Community Church is sponsoring a fun day of water slides, slip ‘n slide, free food and drinks on church land at 2205 Danville Road, Lebanon. It will be held from 11 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6. Free school supplies will be given away while supplies last.

  • Bradshaw and Buckman will marry Aug. 12