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Today's News

  • Georgetown Stampede runners-up

    The AAU team of girls from Lebanon Middle and St. Charles were runners up in the Georgetown Stampede tournament this past weekend at Georgetown College.

  • BASEBALL: Knights to face Pulaski, Danville, Collins  

    The Marion County Knights, after scheduled games against Nelson County and Barren County, will make the trip to Somerset Thursday evening to take on the Pulaski County Maroons at 6 p.m. The Maroons began the season with a 4-2 loss to the Danville Admirals and come off a lackluster 9-20 performance last season that ended with a loss to the Somerset Briar Jumpers in the 47th District Tournament. 

  • SOFTBALL: Mattingly pitches perfect game 

    Perfection sometimes takes a long time to achieve. 
    For Haley Mattingly, it took a mere five innings. 
    Haley Mattingly pitched a perfect game, striking out 12 batters, including the first nine she faced, as Marion County blew past the Thomas Nelson Generals 14-0 Thursday evening in the Lady Knights’ season opener. 
    "You don’t see many perfect games," Marion County Head Coach Jonathan Spalding said. 

  • TENNIS: Knights ready to hit tennis court  

    After the scheduled season-opener against Hart County Monday, the Knights will welcome their cross-county rival, Washington County, to Marion County High School Friday afternoon and then travel to Nelson County March 20. 
    Knights Head Coach Noah Swencki is expecting good performances and solid growth in the first few games of the season. 

  • TRACK AND FIELD: Knights ready to take season by storm

     

  • Vaught’s Views: Dominique Hawkins could turn out to be UK’s most important player

    Dominique Hawkins is not Kentucky’s star player going into this week’s NCAA Tournament play. However, he could turn out to be UK’s most important player.
    The showcase players are freshmen Malik Monk, De’Aaron Fox and Bam Adebayo. They are UK’s top scorers and all are considered likely No. 1 NBA draft picks in June. They've all been the subject of national media features and certainly will be put in the spotlight by CBS-TV.

  • Aquatic center will have to close for roof repairs

    By John A. Nelson
    Landmark News Service

    Lebanon’s popular aquatic center is facing major repairs in the near future that will likely require the year-round facility to close for four to six weeks.
    City Administrator John Thomas said last week cost estimates to remove and replace the entire roof of the 19-year-old facility and paint the interior are in the neighborhood of $400,000.

  • Easter egg hunt at park April 8

    Graham Memorial Park will host its annual Easter Egg hunt at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 8. The event will be held rain or shine. The free event is open to ages zero to nine years of age. All participants should meet at the pavilion by the pool before the hunt begins to discuss rules. Children ages zero to four will hunt on Gorley Field. Children ages five to nine will hunt in the playground area. Please bring a basket to collect your eggs. Plastic eggs can be donated back to the park for reuse next year.
     

  • Share your promposals

    As April draws closer, more Marion County High School students are popping the question... “Prom?”
    We want to hear about this year’s best “Promposals.” If you went above the bar to ask your date to prom, we want to hear about it. Email details of your “Promposal” and a photo to Stevie Lowery at editor@lebanonenterprise.com.
    The deadline to submit your promposals is 5 p.m., Wednesday, April 19.

     

  • How do you spring into Spring?

    At the end of March, The Lebanon Enterprise’s spring section will debut and we are looking for fun facts along with useful gardening and home tips.
    We are also looking for pictures of extreme vegetables that you have grown. Send us your big beans, towering tomatoes, crazy corn and more.
    Email your gardening stories, tips and photos to editor@lebanonenterprise.com or bring them by the office located at 119 South Proctor Knott Avenue in Lebanon.
    The deadline is 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 22.