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Today's News

  • Early Filed 12-01-10

    135 years ago
    Dec. 1, 1875
    Progress report
    From the Bradfordsville correspondent: Our mill at this place is doing a fine business, running day and night. And its new owner, Mr. Terhune, judging from the way he makes things move, expects to make it grind if there’s any grind in it. This mill is now new and splendidly equipped, having a force pump that sucks water from the Rolling Fork, a distance of 350 yards. This certainly is a great improvement as, heretofore water had to be hauled in wagons.

  • Lady Knights return - a year older

    A trip to state was nice but the Lady Knights have higher aspirations this year.
    The Marion County High School girls’ basketball team finished with a 33-2 record last season, one of the best outings in program history.
    “I think our first goal is to get back to state tournament,” Lady Knights Head Coach Trent Milby said. “These girls have that on their mind and have hopes of winning state championship.”
    How does a team that returns three of the state’s top prospects and a preseason number one ranking reach that goal?

  • Lebanon Middle School Boys' Basketball Schedule
  • Police Log 12-01-10

    Reports
    Monday, Nov. 15

    - Christopher Smothers of Old Lick Road in Bradfordsville was reportedly the victim of second-degree assault. He was struck under the left eye with brass knuckles and transported to Spring View Hospital by the Marion County EMS. He was later transferred to University Hospital in Louisville. No one was arrested for the assault.

  • Marion County High has 57 named Academic All-State

    By Jesse Osbourne
    jesseosbourne@lebanonenterprise.com
    Fifty-seven of Marion County participants in interscholastic athletics for the 2010 fall season have been named PNC/KHSAA All-State honorees by Kentucky High School Athletic Association.
    Fifteen student-athletes received First-Team Academic All-State honors.
    To achieve this honor, an athlete must maintain a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.75 or above.
    Forty-two athletes representing the Knights received Honorable Mention Academic All-State honors.

  • Bittersweet farewell

    This is it, folks. This is my last column with The Lebanon Enterprise. Hey, stop that. I can hear your applause from here. That’s not nice.
    Seriously though, this is my last issue as a sports correspondent for this paper.
    Many of you are probably already aware of this but I recently took a job with The Springfield Sun across the border. Hey now, stop that booing and hissing. It’s not polite. Yes, I have been called worse than a turncoat. Thank you very much.

  • Support program celebrates 10 years

    By Monica Ruehling

    Anniversaries are a time to celebrate; a time to think about the successes of the past years, to analyze strengths found, rejoice in bonds made, and to dream about the future.
    November marks the 10th anniversary of the National Family Caregiver Support Program, created in November 2000 by an amendment to the Older Americans Act.
    It is fitting this month is also designated as National Family Caregiver Month and when the NFCSP was created.

  • Game Plan 12-01-10

    12.3.10

    BASKETBALL
    Knights vs. Bardstown (H)

  • Dogs need winter shelter

    By Kay Turpin

    Dogs and cold weather - that means its time to take stock of your dog’s outdoor shelter. You may have wondered if dogs get cold in the winter.
    The short answer is yes, some breeds more so than others.
    So, in order to protect our best friends, let’s start with the top priority, which is to make sure Rover has a doghouse where he will be warm and sheltered against the weather.

  • Nine die on Kentucky roadways during Thanksgiving holiday

    Preliminary statistics indicate that nine people died in eight separate crashes on Kentucky roadways during the Thanksgiving holiday enforcement period (Wednesday, Nov. 24, through Sunday, Nov. 28, 2010). Last year there were eight highway fatalities during the same time period.
    All of the crashes involved motor vehicles and four victims were not wearing seat belts. Single-fatality crashes occurred in Hancock, Marshall (two), Owsley, Rowan, Shelby and Trigg counties. The crashes in Marshall and Owsley counties involved the suspected use of alcohol.