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Today's News

  • Local programs, organizations receive United Way grants
  • Music therapy at Autism Center on April 10

    Working the Puzzle for Autism, Inc. will be having music therapy for individuals on the autism spectrum from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Monday, April 10, at the Autism Center. Siblings will not be able to participate in this event as this is therapy for individuals on the spectrum. The Autism Center is located at 748 West Main Street in Lebanon. Contact Lisa Nally-Martin at nallymartin@windstream.net for more information.

  • Lebanon man indicted for burglary
  • Seth still smiles

    Four years ago today, six-year-old Seth Martinez went from being a normal, rambunctious little boy to a permanently disabled, legally blind child with a brain injury. He’s unable to communicate, unable to swallow and completely dependent on others for his care.
    On March 29, 2013, Seth became a victim of child abuse.
    “I thought my grandson was going to die,” Denise Depappa said. “But, he’s got God on his side. That little boy is a fighter.”

  • Child Abuse Awareness Walk is Saturday

    April is Child Abuse Awareness Month, and Lebanon’s first-ever Child Abuse Awareness Walk will take place this Saturday. The event will be from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Graham Memorial Park.
    The event will include free activities for children, food and a balloon release. Attendees are being asked to wear blue in support of child abuse awareness.
    The event is being sponsored by Central Kentucky Community Action Council Head Start.
    For more information, contact Melissa Garrett, 270-692-9966 or Central Kentucky Head Start, 270-692-2136.

  • People helping people

    Editor's note: This is the final story in an ongoing series about the Marion County Chamber of Commerce’s Outstanding Award winners.

  • ‘I really can’t think of a better place to be’

    Marion County Judge/Executive David Daugherty hasn’t given up on his goal of building a multipurpose facility at the fairgrounds, and he took advantage of an opportunity to speak about that project during his “state of the county” address at the Marion County Chamber of Commerce luncheon Thursday, March 23.
    “It’s in the planning phase, but it’s my goal to continue to push it to be done,” he said.

  • County taking delinquent trash accounts to court

    Magistrates voted to begin court proceedings on delinquent sanitation accounts during the Marion County Fiscal Court’s regular monthly meeting March 16.
    Collecting delinquent trash bills has been a constant headache for county government. Last year, Marion County Judge/Executive David Daugherty began digging through the mess, and published a list of delinquent accounts in The Lebanon Enterprise on March 1. According to Daugherty, as of right now, 18 delinquent accounts are going to be taken to court.

    In other matters, magistrates:

  • Student art show is March 30-31

    The Annual Elementary School Student Art Show will be held from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., March 30-31, on the first floor of the Marion County Heritage Center. The show is hosted by the Marion County Arts and Humanities Council. The public is invited to view the outstanding works of art by young, local artists.
     

  • ‘Where everybody knows your name’

    “Where everybody knows your name” is the well-known theme song from the 1980s television sitcom Cheers, but it’s also one of the first things that comes to people’s minds when asked about Henning’s Restaurant.
    It’s the City of Lebanon’s very own version of the Boston pub that inspired the TV show. Only, it’s not a pub. It’s an old-fashioned café. And, instead of beer, it serves milkshakes.