Today's News

  • Graves attends color event in Nashville


    Marie Graves owner and stylist at Xpressions Salon recently attended a color event featuring hand selected celebrity hairdressers. This event was two days and took place at Opryland Hotel with 2,000 colorists from around the world. She also completed her second level of education to complete certification in becoming a Minardi Signature Colorist this past Monday, which also took place in Nashville. You can make an appointment with Graves by contacting her at 270-699-2400.

  • Evans is recognized for outstanding commitment, dedication
  • 9-18-13 Church Briefs

    Bible Day Camp
    Gravel Switch United Methodist Church will be hosting a Bible Day Camp from 2 to 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 21. The event will include music, lessons, crafts, games, and at 5:30 p.m. there will be a community cookout and live music with a campfire and story telling.
    Prayer Day

  • Game plan, Sept. 18

    Sept. 18

    Marion County vs. Central Hardin, Bullitt East, LaRue, Pulaski County

    Sept. 19
    Lady Knights at Sayre, 6 p.m.
    Marion County vs. Elizabethtown, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Green County, Nelson County
    Marion County at Taylor County All-Comers
    Knights at Campbellsville, 5 p.m.

  • Run of his life

    Around this time last year, Tom Denniss of Australia went for a run through Marion County.
    That, in an of itself, would probably be unremarkable. Lots of people run for health and fitness, and thousands of people have taken part in a variety of races in our community in recent years.
    Denniss’s run was different because he was running around the world. Marion County was just one stop along the route.

  • Knights sting Yellow Jackets

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Epps named girls coach

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Just Kickin’ It

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Softball tournament will benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation

    Kroger is sponsoring a softball tournament Saturday, Oct. 12, at Graham Memorial Park to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
    According to the tournament rules, each team can have up to 12 players who are 17 or older, and at least four of those players must be female. Ten players will be on the field at a time.
    The entry fee is $100 per team.
    Games will be seven innings with a one-hour time limit. The winning team will receive a trophy and the runner-up with receive a medallion.  
    All players are required to sign a waiver to participate.

  • Bass fishing team hopes to cast off

    Marion County High School may see a new sport in the near future.
    Brett Underwood, a social studies teacher at Marion County High School, is proposing a bass fishing team. The team would be able to compete with other schools in Kentucky that already have bass fishing teams.
    In fact, bass fishing is already recognized as a sport activity by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA).
    The idea was proposed at a site-based decision making council meeting where Underwood thought it was well received.