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Today's News

  • It’s beginning to look/sound like Christmas

    The big day is near! The weather has certainly done its part to set the season’s mood and people, for the most part, have been…well…nicer.
    I’ve heard more people say “excuse me” and “thank you” in the last couple of weeks than since our 2009 Christmas season.
    Guess everyone is making a serious move to get on the “good boy/girl” list.
    Homes and yards have gone from the dull gray shades of winter to the beautiful lights of the season.

  • Hunting
  • Police Log 12-22-10

    Reports
    Nov. 27
    - Lenora Young of Warren Acres in Lebanon reported the theft of a .22 pistol, white gold stone ring. The ring was recovered by the victim’s family but the pistol is still missing. It’s valued at $150.
    Dec. 1
    - Kenny Marrett of Northland Drive in Lebanon reported the theft of a Dewalt Radial arm saw worth $500 and a Hitachi nail gun worth $200. The items were removed from Marrett’s pull-behind trailer.

    Dec. 12

  • Enjoy Christmas brunch

    This week’s recipes are great for a Christmas morning brunch. It’s good to have a couple of hot breakfast dishes on Christmas morning.
    The first recipe is one from my friend Mary Jane Shockency. I found it in 1993 in a St. A cookbook, and have used it ever since.
    The second recipe, Overnight Caramel French Toast, is kid-tested and Mother-approved, as they used to say on TV.

  • Kentuckians need Pertussis vaccine

    In response to record numbers of reported pertussis cases, the Kentucky Department for Public Health is urging Kentuckians to make sure their families are protected against pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, by maintaining immunity through vaccination.
    Cases reported statewide have increased from just 47 in 2007 to more than 250 in 2010 to date. This concerning upward trend has been recognized in areas across the United States.

  • Cram the Cruiser
  • Game Plan 12-22-10

    12.22.10

    Basketball

    Lady Knights vs. TBD (At Lexington Catholic)

    Knights vs. TBD (At Mercer County)

     

    12.23.10

    Basketball

    Knights vs. TBD (At Mercer County)

     

    12.28.10

    Basketball

    Lady Knights vs. Walsh Jesuit (At Pickerington, Ohio)   


    Email sports schedules to sports@lebanonenterprise.com

  • Knights defeat Campbellsville 57-47 in district game

    Friday, the Marion County varsity boys’ basketball team battled Campbellsville at the Roby Dome. From the opening tip, the two teams fought for the lead until midway through the fourth quarter when the Knights began to pull away. Marion County made 21 of 39 shots from inside the arc in the game for an impressive shooting percentage of 54 percent. The locals stretched the lead to 12 points late in the fourth period and went on to win the game by 10 points, with a final score of 57-47.

  • Lady Knights face tough competition in Ohio

    The Marion County girls’ basketball teams will travel to Pickerington, Ohio to play in the Key Bank Holiday Cage Classic beginning Dec. 28 and wrapping up on Dec. 30. The Lady Knights will face some tough competition throughout this classic. There are eight teams in the field, and nearly all of them are ranked very high in their respective states/divisions.  

  • Early Files 12-22-10

    130 years ago          Dec. 8, 1880