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Today's News

  • Your address might be changing

    Marion County has moved one step closer to implementing enhanced 911.
    On Sept. 5, the Marion County Fiscal Court voted 3-0 to approve the second reading of an ordinance establishing addressing standards for the county.
    (Magistrates Steve Masterson and John Arthur Elder III were not present at that meeting.)
    Marion County Judge/Executive John G. Mattingly said county officials have started creating a list of street names that will need to be changed and streets that may have to be renumbered.

  • 9-18-13 Public Record

    It is the policy of The Lebanon Enterprise to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies.
    This policy has been established to preserve the fairness and impartiality of The Lebanon Enterprise.
    Names appearing in public records and documents published by The Enterprise will be published without exceptions.
    Public records are published as a news service to our readers.

  • Lady Knights claim victory by one goal

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Hamilton and Mattingly will marry Sept. 28

     

  • Eminent domain bill prefiled for 2014 session

    Eminent domain has been a hot topic related to the Bluegrass Pipeline, a proposed pipeline that would carry natural gas liquids from Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia through Kentucky and on to the Gulf Coast.
    Williams and Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, the companies working on the project, have said they believe they have the right to invoke eminent domain, although they would prefer to work out agreements with landowners along the proposed route.

  • Dealing with distractions while hunting doves

    While dove hunting last week I was distracted by the sound of honking, as in geese honking, or so I thought!
    Turned out to be the cell phone of one of the other guys, but it did sound good.
    Later, I heard it again. I’d been fooled once so I didn’t even acknowledge hearing it. Then, I heard it again!
    “Enough with the phone already.” We were supposed to be shooting doves, not playing games on the phone.

  • Moore and Burchell will marry Sept. 21

     

  • Health exchange meeting at library Sept. 27

    The Marion County Public Library will host a speaker from the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange from noon to 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27.
    The speaker will be on site to discuss the Affordable Care Act and kynect, Kentucky’s Healthcare Connection.
    The event will include a presentation from the speaker beginning at noon, followed by a question and answer session. The event is open to all.
    For more information, check out www.marioncopublic.org, like the library on Facebook or call (270) 692-4698.
     

  • 9-18-13 Birthday Announcement

     

    Max Deegan Vaughn will celebrate his 2nd birthday on Sept 20, 2012. He is the son of Darby and Karen Vaughn.
    His grandparents are Garland and Faye Carol Cochran and J.E. and Mary Lee Vaughn.
    Max Deegan has two brothers, Austin and Keaton, and a sister, Kalli.
     

  • Linescores, Sept. 18

    SCMS 7th grade won 39-22
    Elise Carpenter 16 pts, 4 rebounds, 2 assist 6 steals, Cassidy Logsdon 7 pts,  7 rebounds, 3 assist, 7 steals, Mariella Curtis 6 pts, Jenny Mattingly 4 pts, Abby Scott 2 pts, Sammy Jo Potters 2 pts and Katie Mattingly 2 pts

    8th won 52-20
    Savannah Goode 14 pts, 11 rebounds, 3 assist 3 steals, Cassidy Logsdon 14 pts, 1 red, 2 assist, 7 steals, Elise Carpenter 9 pts, Sammy Jo Potters 8 pts, Mariella Curtis 2 pts, Abby Jo Maupin 2 pts, Jenny Mattingly 2 pts and Katie Mattingly 1 pt