Today's News

  • Knights All-District teams

    After the final game of the boys 20th District tournament, several Marion County Knight players were recognized for their performances during regular season and postseason play.
    Senior Josh Brockman received the 20th District All-Academic team honors along with Matthew Chewning from Taylor County, Jon Hansel from Adair County, and Taylor Levi from Campbellsville.
    Three Knights were recognized for the 20th District All-Season team.  They included senior Deshawn Douglas and juniors Carlos Litsey and John Southall.

  • Fishing
  • League Champs
  • Players awarded at annual banquet

    The Marion County Lady Knights volleyball team held their annual awards banquet at Marion County High School Nov. 30, 2010. Several different players received awards during this event for their performances on the court this season.
    Statistical Awards:
    • Most Aces in Season, Shelby Mattingly (59)
    • Most Assists in Season, Laura Buckman (394)
    • Most Blocks in Season, Shelby Mattingly (70)
    • Most Digs in Season, Anne Taylor Medley (221)
    • Most Kills in Season, Shelby Mattingly (213)

  • Boys are District Runners-Up

    By Josh and Jessica Veatch
    The Marion County Knights and the Taylor County Cardinals battled back and forth throughout the final game of the 20th District tournament Saturday night in the Roby Dome, but the Knights were never able to overcome the Cardinal attack. Senior Josh Brockman led the way for Marion County putting in 15 points while junior Carlos Litsey chipped in 10. The Knights would never lead after 5:33 in the opening quarter and went on to lose the game by five points with a final score of 49-44.

  • Ford murder case on track

    Instructions will soon be prepared for a jury to use while deciding whether Tonya Ford killed her husband in 2009.

    Ford was in court again Tuesday of last week for a pretrial conference in the case that accuses her of murdering her husband. The hearing, before Taylor Circuit Court Judge Dan Kelly, lasted about five minutes.

    Ford, 37, is accused of killing her husband, former Lebanon Police officer David M. Ford on Feb. 10, 2009. She pleaded not guilty in November.

  • Public Record 3-2-11

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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.

  • Motorcycle fatality reported

    Preliminary statistics indicate that seven people died in five separate crashes on Kentucky roadways from Monday, Feb. 21, through Sunday, Feb. 27, 2011.
    Five of the fatalities involved motor vehicles and three of the victims were not wearing seat belts.  Single-fatality crashes occurred in Johnson and Pike counties. A triple fatality crash occurred in Hardin County.

  • Police Log 3-2-11

    Saturday, Feb. 19
    - Taylor  A. Myers of Mulberry Street in Lebanon reported the theft of a  Pioneer in-car stereo worth $50, which was removed from Myers’ vehicle.
    - Melvin Treadway of Caudill Lane in Lebanon reported a window broken out of his 2000 Kia and damage to his stereo, causing $250 worth of damage.
    - Stephen Miller of Mulberry Street reported the theft of a box of assorted clothing worth $100 and a window in his 2003 Ford van broken out causing $250 in damage.

    Thursday, Feb. 24

  • Lebanon man indicted for assault, wanton endangerment

    Dontay J. Sangster, 21, of 256 Lake Avenue in Lebanon was indicted for first-degree assault, first-degree wanton endangerment (seven counts) and second-degree persistent felony offender.
    According to the indictment, on or about Feb. 1, 2011, Sangster manifested extreme indifference to the value of human life by wantonly engaging in conduct that created a grave risk of death to another and thereby caused serious physical injury to another. The indictment also reads that he wantonly engaged in conduct that created a grave risk of death to seven other people.