Today's News

  • School Board District Four candidate: Brad Mattingly

    Brad Mattingly   Age: 33   Address: 14 Theresa Drive, Lebanon KY 40033   Educational background:  1995 - Graduate of Marion County High School,  1997 - Graduate of St.

  • North Bullitt pounds Knights

    Size mattered on Thursday night in Shepherdsville.

    The North Bullitt Eagles (6-3) and their monstrous front line were too much

    for the Knights (5-4) in a 28-16 Knights loss at North Bullitt. The Eagles limited Marion County to only 11 offensive plays in the second half as they controlled the pace of the game. Only three of those plays were carries by a normally run heavy offense.

  • Lebanon City Council candidate Kenny Marrett

    Kenny Marrett

  • Rachel's Legacy

    Craig Scott knows the pain that can be inflicted by anger and rage.

    And he's also seen the power of kind words and acts of compassion.

    Thursday, Scott made his second visit to Marion County, addressing middle and high school students, staff and the community.

    Scott is a survivor of the Columbine school shooting that took place April 20, 1999. His sister, Rachel Joy Scott, was the first person killed by the shooters that day.

    "She was a teenager that believed she could make a difference," Scott said.

  • Lebanon City Council candidate Jay Grundy

    Jay Grundy

  • Livers files as write-in candidate in District E

    Joseph "Joe" Lambert Livers Jr., 57, of Lebanon believes he has more to offer the residents in District E. So, he has filed to run as a write-in candidate on the Nov. 2 ballot against incumbent Roger "Cotton" Smothers.

    "I feel I have more to offer the people of District E than we are getting currently," he wrote in an Enterprise questionnaire. "That is the way I see it from my foxhole."

  • Marion County Coroner candidate:Chuck Helm

    Chuck Helm

  • Three seek to replace Bunning

    No matter who wins the Nov. 2 election, Kentucky will have a new U.S. Senator in January.

    Sen. Jim Bunning did not seek re-election, and his would-be successors include the attorney general, an eye doctor and a retired veteran.

    Democratic candidate Jack Conway and Republican candidate Dr. Rand Paul have garnered statewide and national attention. Billy Ray Wilson is running as a write-in candidate.

  • U.S. Senate candidate - Dr. Rand Paul

    Dr. Rand Paul   1. Why did you decide to run for Senate? Well, I've become very concerned, like a lot of people are concerned about how big the deficit has become. I don't believe that a country can continue to live beyond its means forever. And I know that in my individual life, and most people you run into, you can't keep spending more money than you take in. And I think so many of the politicians up there on both sides of the aisle have just doing, just spend, spend, spend.

  • Getting along

    Marion County Country Ham Days has been a source of community pride for decades. This year was no different as tens of thousands of people arrived en masse in downtown Lebanon for another successful festival.

    The numbers reported during last week's follow-up meeting confirm, that overall, this year's event was another success.