Today's News

  • Summer Slam Classic
  • Duncan wins first in division at Midwest Nationals

    Keegan Duncan, 14, won first place in his division in the Midwest Nationals wrestling competition in Bloomington, Ill., recently.
    Duncan is the grandson of David and Evelyn Wise of Calvary and the nephew of Curtis Wise also of Calvary. He is the son of Sabrina and Kelly Duncan of Goshen in Oldham County.

  • Girls wrap up scrimmage

    The Marion County High School volleyball team kicked off their season last week with three scrimmages, two against Green County and Casey County on Tuesday of last week and the other against Bardstown on Thursday. When asked about his team’s play in the scrimmages, Head Coach David Hibbard said that both scrimmages gave him the chance to see what some of his younger players have and how the team would respond to adversity.

  • Trooper Island tourney held at Rosewood

    The Kentucky State Police Trooper Island Golf Tournament fundraiser was held at Rosewood Golf Club on July 29. The golf tournament has been used for years as the primary Kentucky State Police Post 15 fundraiser, according to public affairs officer William Gregory with the Kentucky State Police. Trooper Island is a free summer camp for boys and girls ages 10 through 12 located at Dale Hollow Lake in Cumberland County.

  • Tee Time

    The boys golf team competed in the Taylor County Invitational held at the Campbellsville Country Club Saturday. Head Coach Chad Spalding commented on the teams performance.
    “Joseph Elder was one over through 11 holes before an hour rain delay, and simply lost his momentum after that”, Spalding said.

  • Local man arrested for assaulting 4 people with a belt in bank parking lot

    A Lebanon man was arrested and several people were sent to Spring View Hospital's emergency room following an alleged assault that occurred in Community Trust Bank's parking lot in Lebanon Monday, Aug. 1.

  • Save your cash with coupons!

    The Lebanon Enterprise and the Marion County Extension Office want to help you save some of your hard earned cash with the help of coupons.

    Beginning this month, the Enterprise is teaming up with the Extension Office to begin a new, free course called "Couponing 101."

    Participants will learn effective ways to use their coupons, and The Lebanon Enterprise will provide its money-saving Smart Source coupons for the class.

    The classes will take place:

  • Lebanon, Raywick will hold elections to fill vacancies

    Darin Spalding was appointed to the Lebanon City Council July 27, following Kenny Marrett's resignation from the council.

    At the time, city officials said they believed his appointment was for the remainder of Marrett's term.

  • City approves several noise variances

    The Lebanon City Council approved noise variances for Lebanon Baptist Church, Joe's Deli on Main, McB's, Chaser's, the Generation Gap and John Cowherd during a meeting Monday night.

    Most, but not all, of the variances were for Ham Days weekend.

    Joe's Deli and McB's received noise variances from 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sept. 23, from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. Sept. 24 and from noon to 6 p.m. Sept. 25.

  • City approves second reading of parking ordinance

    Monday night, the city council unanimously approved the second reading of an ordinance prohibiting parking within 25 feet of the intersection of North Street and West High Street.

    The council also voted to prohibit parking on the north side ML King starting at Spalding Avenue and moving 300 feet toward Harrison Street. The purpose of this prohibition is to allow traffic flow on the road between the David R. Hourigan Government Building and the Marion County Judicial Center, which is scheduled to open Monday, Aug. 15.