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Today's News

  • Knights surprise Commanders

    On Friday night at the Roby Dome, the Marion County Knights varsity boys’ basketball team picked up their first win of the season, defeating the border rivals of Washington County by a score of 52-30.
    In Head Coach Anthony Epps’ first game, the Knights came out on fire and never looked back. Senior guard Josh Brockman paved the way for the Knight victory with a 29-point explosion.  

  • Holiday tournament time

    The Marion County Knights will hit the road to face Casey County tomorrow night in Liberty at 8 p.m. The Knights split their two decisions with the Rebels last year, coming away with a home victory on Dec. 18 and a road loss on Dec. 23.  Both games were decided by less than five points. 
    The following night the boys will be back at home to host Campbellsville at 7:30. Last season, Campbellsville ended the Knights brief postseason appearance with a 75-59 decision.

  • State title coming?

    With the Lady Knights starting the season 5-0, they appear to be poised for another run to the state tournament.  
    Last season ended in heartbreak and disappointment for the Lady Knights who ran into eventual state champions, Mercy, on March 10, 2010, in the opening round of the state tournament at E.A. Diddle Arena.  This season’s schedule holds a rematch with Mercy on Feb. 15 when Marion County travels to Louisville to face the Jaguars.  

  • Hunting
  • Girls win two

  • Hunting prep can be done at home

    Hunting 101 says, “You can’t hunt if you don’t leave the house.” And, not that long ago a statement like that would’ve been absolutely correct!
    But, in this day and age, with so much information available through the Internet, you can actually do a lot of “hunting” from the comfort of your home.

  • Public Record 12-15-10

    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.

    New drivers
    NOTICE: Any permit holder wishing to take the road test can call (270) 692-2681 to schedule an appointment.

  • Jones, Mattingly recognized

    Marion County farmers Curtis Jones from Loretto and Lu Ann Mattingly from Raywick were honored as two of the five winners in the 2010 Kentucky Farm Bureau Farmer Idea Exchange program. All five recipients of the award were recognized during the Dec. 2 general session of KFB’s annual meeting in Louisville.

  • Hold the salt!

    With the recent cold and snowy weather it is time to discuss protecting landscapes from unintentional harm. If you like to put salt and deicer on your sidewalks, drives and steps, you must take care not to damage valuable landscape plants. Generally physical removal of ice and snow is better for the landscape as long as you don’t pile it on your plants.
    However, many people aren’t physically able to shovel snow and ice. In this case chemicals are needed to keep walkways safe.

  • Lady Knights join 1,000 Point Club

    Just before tip-off of the Marion County Lady Knights varsity basketball game against Washington County Friday night at the Roby Dome, Head Coach Trent Milby presented game balls to junior Bre Elder and sophomore Kyvin Goodin-Rogers.
    The two received this honor for scoring 1,000 points in their career at Marion County High School.
    Elder’s 1,000th point came on Feb. 26, 2010, during the Adair County game.
    On March 6, 2010, Goodin-Rogers accomplished the same feat during the game against E’town.