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Today's News

  • New product recalls old name

    Limestone Branch Distillery introduced its newest product, Precinct No. 6, on Sept. 18. This is the first whiskey that the Lebanon distillery has created. Owners Steve and Paul Beam are from a family with a distilling heritage on both sides of their family. The name of the newest product draws on that history. Their great-great-grandfather had his own distillery in an area of Marion County that was then known as Precinct 6.
     

  • Super moon

    The “Super Harvest Moon” rises over the trees at Marion County High School as the Marion County HIgh School girls soccer team's game comes to a close on Sept. 8.
     

  • Court approves funding for Caring Place, Halloween at the Park

    The Marion County Fiscal Court approved requests to provide financial support for a local shelter for victims of domestic violence and for an upcoming community event.
    At its Sept. 18 meeting, the court approved $2,000 for The Caring Place. Half of that funding came from Judge/Executive John G. Mattingly's general welfare fund, and that other half was split between Magistrates Steve Masterson's and John Arthur Elder III's community project funds.

  • Industrial foundation helps purchase train ride

    The Lebanon Main Street Committee will soon be the owner of a new train ride.
    Marion County Economic Development Director Tom Lund reported on the purchase at the Marion County Industrial Foundation’s Sept. 18 meeting.
    Lund said the Main Street Committee had asked them to look into purchasing a toy train to be used at community events rather than paying to rent one.

  • City hall will be open Saturdays in October

    Lebanon City Hall will be open from 8 a.m. to noon every Saturday in October.
    The extended hours will be only for collecting city property taxes.
     

  • Industry Spotlight: Robert Goodin, Lebanon Oak Flooring LLC 

    By Gary Miller
    National Hardwood Magazine

    Editor’s note: This article appeared in the August 2014 edition of the National Hardwood Magazine. The magazine gave The Lebanon Enterprise permission to reprint the article.

  • Lebanon man indicted for arson, wanton endangerment

    William Christopher Anzelmo, 32, 19 Bell Hollow Road in Lebanon was indicted in Marion Circuit Court recently for second-degree arson, first-degree wanton endangerment (four counts), and first-degree criminal mischief.

  • Anti-bullying task force launched by Beshear

    By Mike Wynn
    The Courier-Journal

    FRANKFORT, Ky. – When Morgan Guess was 8 years old, just going to school meant trouble with stomach spasms and panic attacks. Even her doctor told her not to go back after prescribing anti-depressants.
    The diagnosis: A school bully.
    “She pulled my hair, pinched me on the back of the neck and even threw her shoulder into my back,” said Morgan, now 11. “She isolated me from all my friends, and I felt all alone.”

  • Hosparus needs volunteers and will host a free training in Campbellsville

    Hosparus Green River needs volunteers in Adair, Green, Marion, Metcalf, Taylor and Washington counties and will offer a free two-part training session, 5:30 – 9 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 16 and Thursday, Oct. 30 (light supper provided) at its Campbellsville office, 295 Campbellsville ByPass (behind Coltons). Participants must attend both sessions to become Hosparus volunteers. Pre-registration is required by Monday, Oct. 13. To register or for more information, contact Deborah Faircloth at 270-782-7258 x3812 or dfaircloth@hosparus.org.

  • Volunteers, donations needed for Thanksgiving meal

    The United Concerned Citizens Organization will be hosting its 12th annual Henry L. Bell Thanksgiving Outreach from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday, Nov. 27, at Centre Square in Lebanon.
    To prepare for this event, the UCCO is seeking help from Marion County residents and businesses, churches and organizations. The UCCO will accept food and drinks, money, or other contributions to help with the event and organizational expenses.
    Volunteers are also needed to cook, transport people and food, decorating, dining, advertising and correspondence, and clean up.