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Today's News

  • Police Log 12-15-10

    Reports
    Thursday, Nov. 11
    - Hilpp Construction reported the theft of copper line and damage to five heat pump units in the Jane Todd Center.

    Friday, Dec. 3
    - A juvenile reported the theft of a dual brand CD player, which was removed from her vehicle and damage to the dashboard of her vehicle.
    - Walgreens reported the theft of a 4GB media player, ear buds, manicure kit, two pair of reading glasses, two 2GB media players, Chapstick, a gel pen, and a Go Phone, totaling  $257.68. All items were recovered and returned to the victim.

  • Make candy with kids

    Now that most people have microwaves, the kids can start cooking young without the danger of getting burned. These candy recipes are easy, foolproof, delicious and great for kids to make by themselves.
    They’ll have lots of fun, and you’ll get lots of candy. Such a deal!

    Fudge Nut Drops
    1 (12-oz.) pkg. semi sweet chocolate chips
    1 can sweetened condensed milk
    1 1/2 c. chopped nuts, your choice (I use pecans)
    1 T. vanilla

  • Game Plan 12-15-10

    E-mail local sports schedules to sports@lebanonenterprise.com.

    12.16.10
    Basketball
    St. Charles vs. St. Catherine (H)
    Lebanon Middle vs. Anderson Co. (A)
    JV/Varsity Knights vs. Casey County (A)

    12.17.10
    Basketball
    JV/Varsity Knights vs. Campbellsville (H)

    12.18.10
    Basketball
    Lady Knights vs. Southwestern  (At Lexington Catholic)

    12.20.10
    Basketball
    Knights vs. North Oldham (At Mercer County)

  • The Caring Place is in danger of closing

    Listening to the stories of the abused women that now call The Caring Place home is a sobering experience. For one woman and her three young boys, the shelter is the start of an entirely new life.

    "When you have to leave a domestic violence situation, you have to leave family," she said with tears streaming down her face. "I had to leave family on both sides. My children and I have to completely start over. A brand new life."

  • Final council meeting for Osbourne, Pickerill

    Monday night was the final regular meeting for Lebanon city council members Elizabeth Ann Osbourne and Bill Pickerill.

    Both were first elected in 2000, and both mark the end of 10 years of service with the Dec. 13 meeting.

    Pickerill said it had been an honor to serve the community.

  • Real World Experience

    Katie Elliott and Jessica Sandusky climbed in the back of an ambulance as soon as they arrived at the Marion County EMS building Thursday. Both are students in the new EMT class at the Marion County Area Technology Center. Sandusky hopes to be a nurse practitioner or a pediatrician, and Elliot would like to be a photographer. This day, however, they were assisting paramedic Mike Ferguson and EMT Stephanie Thomas with a patient transfer.

  • Widow appears in court for hearing

    Tonya M. Ford was in court Tuesday, Dec. 7, for a hearing in the case that accuses her of murdering her husband.

    Ford, 37, appeared before Taylor Circuit Court Judge Dan Kelly on Tuesday, Dec. 7, morning for the discovery hearing, which lasted less than 10 minutes.

  • Higdon's Foodtown closing Jan. 22

    Higdon's Foodtown IGA will be closing next month around Jan. 22, owner Jimmy Higdon said Monday.

    "We'll function as normal through the first few weeks of January, then we'll have some sales to close out the inventory," he said.

  • 'Turtle Man' could be coming to TV

    Ernie Brown Jr., better known as the Turtle Man, just might become a television star soon.

    Brown has signed a development deal with Sharp Entertainment, according to Marcel Arsenault, the company's coordinator of development.

  • Kentucky Department for Public Health warns of health inspection scam

    Officials with the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) are warning Kentucky food establishments of a nationwide telephone scam targeting restaurants.  
    According to DPH Commissioner William Hacker, M.D., restaurants across the state are being contacted by entities claiming to be from the health department. The fraudulent inspectors will call and ask to set up a time for an inspection, and also threaten monetary fines for non-compliance.