Today's News

  • McCann organizes yard sale and raises $6,500 for St. A School
  • Trump’s budget a disaster for Marion County’s future

    By Ricky Dale Calhoun, PhD
    Guest columnist

  • Entrepreneurial pros to offer free assistance in Elizabethtown

    By Lisa Boone

    When the Elizabethtown-Fort Knox metropolitan statistical area ranked as the No. 1 MSA for start-up growth in the country, I couldn’t have been prouder of what that means for our region. The ranking speaks volumes for the entrepreneurial culture that has developed in our area, and a vital tool in developing that culture is providing aspiring business owners ongoing access to valuable resources.

  • MCHS baseball team headed to state tourney

    The Marion County Knights defeated the Nelson County Cardinals 10-0 on May 31 for the regional title, and have advanced to the state tournament with the win. It is the Knights' first regional title and state tournament appearance in program history.

  • Employee-owned company celebrates 55 years


    Employees/owners of Plastic Products Company, Inc. in Lebanon, celebrated the company’s 55th anniversary with a party on May 23, 2017. Since Oct. 31, 2013, the company with nine locations has been 100 percent employee owned. You can read more about their successes in today’s Portraits of Success section of The Lebanon Enterprise.

  • Forbes magazine recognizes Community Trust Bancorp, Inc. as one of ‘America’s 50 Most Trustworthy Financial Companies’

    Jean R. Hale, chairman, president, and CEO of Community Trust Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTBI), announced that Community Trust Bancorp, Inc. has been recognized by Forbes magazine for the fourth time as one of “America’s 50 Most Trustworthy Financial Companies.”  Community Trust received a score of 99 out of a possible 100 points.

  • Family Video rewards students for their academic excellence

    Throughout the month of June, students from kindergarten through college can receive a free movie or game rental at Family Video for each final “A” grade or (equivalent mark) they achieve in a core subject on their year-end report card. The company expects to give away over one million movie and game rentals this summer. Additionally, all Family Video affiliated Marco’s Pizza locations will give the “A” student a small one topping pizza; one per student.

  • Spitza and Shouse will marry June 10


    Randy and Winnie Spitza of Louisville announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Winfred Ann Spitza to Joseph Derek Shouse, son of Lester and Pam Shouse of Bardstown.
    The bride’s grandparents are the late Kenneth and Winnie McConnel and the late Frank and Ann Spitza.
    The groom’s grandparents are Irvin and Beverly Fenwick and Ray and Alice Shouse, all of Lebanon.
    The wedding will take place on June 10, 2017 in Louisville.

  • Fasting before Holy Eucharist

    Christians who routinely attend church services are encouraged to partake in Holy Communion at the culmination of the Mass.
    Although the rules for receiving the Eucharist have remained unchanged for nearly 50 years, some people still have questions concerning the proper way to receive the host. Some may even wonder if the guidelines are the same for children about to receive for the first time.
    The current requirements were introduced in 1964 by Pope Paul VI and are found in Canon 919 of the Code of Canon Law. They state the following:

  • 5-31-17 Church Briefs

    Feeding ministry
    Tucker Hill Baptist Church will have their feeding ministry on May 31 at 5:30 p.m. If weather permits, they will gather at the farmer’s market on M.L. King Avenue. If not, they will be at Lebanon United Presbyterian Church, 157 E. Main Street. Enter at the side door on Harrison Street. Everyone is welcome.

    Vacation Bible School
    Lebanon United Methodist Church will have their Vacation Bible School June 19 through June 21 from 6-8:30 p.m. for ages three through fifth grade.