Today's News

  • KSP investigating shooting Monday evening on ML King

    The Kentucky State Police are investigating a shooting that occurred Monday evening, Aug. 12, on ML King Avenue in Lebanon.

    The Lebanon Police Department received a call from 337 ML King Apt. 6 at 8:15 p.m. Monday reporting that a male subject had been shot in the stomach. 

    According to the state police, Mark Mattingly, 45, of Lebanon was sitting on his porch at 337 ML King. An unknown male approached Mattingly and shot him several times before fleeing the area.

  • City council meets Monday

    The Lebanon City Council is scheduled to meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12, at city hall.

    The agenda for tonight's meeting includes the following:

    - Delegations

    - Minutes of the July 8 meeting

    - Payment of bills

    - Reports

    - Old business

    - New business

    - Declare items surplus/scrap

    - Small wood waste memorandum

    - Sewer video camera lease with the City of Loretto

    - Other business

  • Finley man dies after ATV/truck collision

    William J. "Billy Joe" Cecil of Finley died Sunday evening, Aug. 11, following a two-vehicle collision at 7:09 p.m. Sunday on KY 208, according to the Kentucky State Police.

    Joseph M. Spalding, 28, of Lebanon was driving a 2002 Chevy pickup east on KY 208. Spaulding crossed the centerline and struck Cecil, 40, who was driving a 2012 Polaris Razor ATV, the state police reported. Cecil was pronounced dead following the collision.

  • N. Spalding house damaged by fire

    A house belonging to a local teacher and a former Enterprise and Springfield Sun reporter was damaged by a fire Friday.

    At 11:25 a.m., the Lebanon Fire Department was dispatched to 475 N. Spalding Avenue. When firefighters arrived on the scene, smoke was visible coming from the roof of the house.

    When the firefighters were able to open the front door, black smoke came out.

  • House fire damages Spencer Hamilton Road property

     A house fire early Wednesday morning damaged a home at 385 Spencer Hamilton Road.

    The Lebanon Police Dispatch received a call at 4:36 a.m. Aug. 7 reporting a lot of smoke in the area of the fire. The Loretto and Raywick Fire Departments were dispatched.

    By 4:38, the Lebanon Police Dispatch received a report of fire visible through the roof of the house. 

    Loretto Fire Chief Tommy Hamilton said the rear of the house received extensive fire damage, and the rest of the house received water and smoke damage.

  • Public Hearing on Heartland Parkway Project tonight in Taylor County

    The following is an announcement from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet regarding a public hearing regarding the Heartland Parkway project. The meeting is scheduled from 5-7 p.m. tonight at Taylor County High School.

  • Lady Knights Basketball Head Coach Trent Milby verbally accepts job at Berea College

    Lady Knights Head Basketball Coach Trent Milby has verbally accepted a position with Berea College.

    According to Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser, Milby has not officially signed a contract with Berea College and, therefore, hasn’t submitted a letter of resignation to the Marion County Public School distict.

    Milby said he doesn't want to make a comment about this until he signs a contract with Berea.

  • 8-7-13 Public Record

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  • 8-7-13 Police Log

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    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is (270) 692-5529.

    July 1-6
    TNT Fireworks reported the theft of an undetermined amount of fireworks worth approximately $4,000 from its location at 2136 Campbellsville Highway in Lebanon. On Aug. 2, the case was closed because the victim refused to cooperate, according to the Lebanon Police Department.

  • The parable of the sower