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Today's News

  • What is "Small Town Country?"

    "Small Town Country" is the theme for this year's Marion County Country Ham Days (Sept. 25-26) and we want to know what that phrase means to you.

    What exactly is "Small Town Country?" Why do you enjoy the "Small Town Country" way of life? Do you have a funny story that reflects what that phrase means to you? Or, do you have a photo that you think best represents "Small Town Country?"

  • Free child passenger safety check

    Thursday, Sept. 23, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

  • Quran, Quran: No-no-notorious

    A pastor of a small Florida church made waves internationally after the national media picked up a story about his plans to burn copies of the Quran on Sept. 11.

  • Knights among leaders in the state

    According to MaxPreps.com, Marion County's volleyball team has some of the state's leaders in stats.

    As of Monday, junior Laura Buckman was 11th in the state in assists with 4.9 per game.

    Junior Shakyra Young was 26th in the state in kills with 2.3 per game. Young was 28th in the state in aces with 0.8 per game. She's also 33rd in the state in assists with 0.7 per game.

  • Knights prepare for Cards

    A rivalry continues under the bright lights of John J. Boswell Stadium Friday as Taylor County travels to Lebanon to face the Knights.

    The Cardinals (0-4) are looking for their first win of the season while the Knights (2-1) look for a third straight win.

    Taylor County features a new coach in Curtis Cotton. He coached at Lexington Christian last season, working under Paul Rains. That team lost in the Class A state final against Mayfield.

  • Ham Days week offers fun

    Make plans now to be a part of the Ham Days pre-week activities. The treasure hunt clues will be starting Monday, Sept. 20 for the search for the treasure. Go to The Lebanon Enterprise web site or listen to local radio stations and Channel 6 every day to begin your search. There will be country ham judging Monday, Sept. 20 at noon at Farmers National Bank's courtyard. If you would like to enter a ham for judging, please have it there by 11:30 a.m. The Community Worship Service is moving to Tuesday, Sept. 21, and will be held at St.

  • Try Rachel's Black Bean Soup

    This week's early fall recipe is a delicious black bean vegetable soup. It's very flavorful and spicy, but not too spicy, hot but not too hot. It's great plain, or with a dollop of sour cream. Fresh cilantro is good sprinkled on top, but if you don't have any, don't worry about it. I didn't have any when I made it the first time, and it was terrific without it.

  • '$15 extra' does matter to families

    I am not a person to normally write to the newspaper. But I was so upset this week that I have to express my concerns.

  • Knights smash Shelby

    The Marion County High School football team is known for their smash mouth style but the Knights hit even harder Friday night against Shelby County.

    The Knights ran over, under and through the Rockets for a demonstrative 42-7 win in Shelbyville.

    Marion County rambled for 435 rushing yards in 55 carries against the Rockets. With runners like senior Clayton Smith and junior Jeremy Mattingly, the Knights sometimes look like a more power running team than in year's past.

  • Lady Knights fare well at Joy Invitational

    The Marion County High School girls' golf team had another good showing Saturday at the Joy Invitational at Wild Turkey Trace in Lawrenceburg.

    The Lady Knights shot a team score of 355. Their overall finish in the field of 15 was unknown at press time.

    "We weren't the best team but we certainly weren't the worst. I'm hoping we're probably fifth or sixth," Lady Knights Head Coach Daniel McFall said.