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Today's News

  • Thanks to volunteers, Chanler is healing

    By Sarah Gribbins
    Marion County Animal Shelter

    Happy Thanksgiving to all from the Marion County Animal Shelter. We have had a busy couple of weeks, winterizing.
    I guess my first order of business is to update everyone on our Boxer, Chanler’s progress. He is doing wonderful. He has gained a lot of much needed weight!

  • Serve pumpkin cheesecake for holiday dessert

    This wonderful pumpkin cheesecake will take the place of pumpkin pie at my Thanksgiving table this year. I’m a real cheesecake lover, and this is a good one for any time of year. Besides, I’ve never been able to make pies as good as my mother or grandmother did. My grandma Dillon made excellent pies, and pumpkin was one of her favorites. She started with a fresh pumpkin (no canned pumpkin for her!)

  • Girls' coaching staff accused of recruiting
  • Cranberry bogs bring in the harvest

    Did you know that the cranberry used to be called the “craneberry?”
    When the colonists first learned of this berry from their American Indian hosts in the New World they thought the blooms of the native shrub looked liked the long neck and bill of the crane.
    Eventually, as language goes, it was shortened to cranberry.

  • Annual meeting is Dec. 1-4

    More than 1,300 Kentucky Farm Bureau members from across the state will gather for the organization’s 91st annual meeting Dec. 1-4 at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville. Delegates from all of Kentucky’s 120 counties will assemble for the four-day event to participate in committee meetings, business sessions, award presentations, officer elections and to finalize 2011 priority issues and policy revisions.

  • Public Record

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    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

  • Linescores

    Monday of last week
    St. Charles Eighth-Grade 44 (record: 3-3): Shane Gootee 10, Clay Rodgers 10, Haydon Taylor 9, Lincoln Haydon 7, Tyler Fields.
    At St. Joe 25.
    St. Charles     12 11 7 14 – 44
    St. Joe     4 4 8 9 – 25
    St. Charles Seventh-Grade 36 (record: 1-2): Joseph Masterson 18, Dustin Humphrey 9, Daniel Maupin 3, Caleb Gribbins 3.
    At St. Joe 55.
    St. Charles     8 17 7 4 – 36
    St. Joe     16 14 13 12 – 55

  • Leathers retires from coaching at MCHS

    Freddie Leathers, Marion County High School boys’ golf head coach, recently decided to retire from coaching.
    Leathers, who resigned as the girls’ basketball head coach in 2006, has served 17 years as golf coach.
    “I was fortunate to have coached several outstanding young men and ladies, and to have made many new friends in those 17 years,” Leathers said.
    His career as a golf coach began in 1986, and lasted until 1995.

  • Be thankful, join me on Facebook

    It is the season for thankfulness but I often wonder why we need a season or holiday to remind us about all the good things we have?
    We have so much more in this country than most of the rest of the world but yet we need to be reminded of it on a yearly basis. Is it that we are spoiled?
    Or, is it that we work so hard year round to get the things that we are continually told we need.
    Or, is it that our neighbors have something we think we need?

  • Leathers’ last hurrah

    Long time Marion County High School Coach Freddie Leathers recently decided he is walking away for good. He resigned from coaching girls’ basketball in 2006 and has been coaching golf up until now.
    Let me say up front, I am biased towards Leathers. I married his daughter so I’ve spent some time with him over the last six years. I try not to be a ‘homer’ in most instances. This will be a tough one so I’ll let his colleagues do most of the talking.