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Today's News

  • Ready to go

    Life has been teeming with activity for Christine Mattingly ever since she was named the 2011 Marion County Junior Miss.

    "I've been really busy," she said. "I've had to juggle everything I usually do plus getting ready for state."

    Sunday morning, Mattingly will be heading to Lexington, where she will spend a week preparing for the 2011 Kentucky Junior Miss competition, Jan. 14-15. 

  • Make a New Year's Resolution to learn something new

    Learn something new.

    It's a popular New Year's resolution people tend to make, and St. Catharine College hopes local people take advantage of its education center at Centre Square in Lebanon to make that resolution turn into a reality. 

    Perhaps you are considering a career change, want to learn how to quilt, or take better photos of your kids?

  • General Assembly begins 2011 session

    The 2011 Kentucky General Assembly convened yesterday for four days of organizational and administrative meetings. The legislature will reconvene Feb. 1 to debate and vote on proposed legislation.

    The Democrats remain in control of the Kentucky House of Representatives, while Republicans remain the majority party in the Kentucky Senate.

  • Family craft

    Central Kentucky is known for producing quality spirits. The same can be said about the Beam family. If everything goes according to plan, a member of the Beam family may be bringing a small piece of that tradition to Marion County.

    Stephen Beam, 52, of Louisville is hoping to build a micro-distillery in Lebanon 

    "We are going to operate a small distillery in the concept of producing a craft spirit," Beam said.

  • Myths about Alzheimer’s disease

    By Monica Ruehling
    Family Caregiver Program Coordinator
    Lincoln Trail Area Agency on Aging

     The advancement of technology is ever amazing me. Information about any given subject is just a few keystrokes away; “google” has become part of everyday language. Just type in a particular subject topic and information about the subject instantaneity appears.

  • Wheatley to serve 90 days in jail

    Martha A. Wheatley, 59, will be serving 90 days in jail as a part of her sentence after pleading guilty to theft by unlawful taking over $10,000.
    Wheatley, of 118 E. Chandler Street in Lebanon, received five years of probation. She was also ordered to pay $150 court costs, a $25 fee and a $1,000 fine.
    She repaid the restitution prior to sentencing.
    Due to a reporter’s error, an item in last week’s Enterprise listed an incorrect age for Wheatley and omitted that she would be serving 90 days in jail.
     

  • Three die on state roads during holiday

    Preliminary statistics indicate that three people died in two separate crashes on Kentucky roadways during the New Year’s Eve holiday enforcement period (Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010, through Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011). Last year there were five highway fatalities during the same enforcement period.
    One crash occurred in Logan County, involving a motor vehicle and the victim was not wearing a seat belt.

  • The Game Plan 1.5.11 - 1.11.11

    E-mail schedules to sports@lebanonenterprise.com

     

    1.7.11

    Basketball

    Girl/Boy DH vs. Australian Team at 6:30 & 8 p.m. (H)

     

    1.10.11

    Basketball

    Girl/boy doubleheader vs. Central Hardin at 6:30 & 8 p.m. (A)

    Lebanon Middle vs. St. Charles at 5:30 p.m. (H)

     

    1.11.11

    Basketball

    Lebanon Middle vs. Bloomfield (A)

  • Boys, girls will face Australian teams

    On Friday Jan. 7, the Marion County boys and girls varsity basketball teams will host the Australian Travel Team beginning with girls’ action at 6:30 p.m. followed by the boys’ game at 8 p.m. The Knights faced the Australian team last season and collected a 68-47 win on Dec. 27, 2009. The Lady Knights have never faced the Australian team.  

  • Lady Knights are impressive