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Today's News

  • SWIMMING: Aquaknights get six top-two finishes in opening meet

    In the opening swim meet of the season, the Marion County Aquaknights finished in first or second place in six events.
    “We did great for our first meet,” Marion County Head Coach Brian Pirkle said. “They were focused and knew what they had to do. They also backed and cheered each other on.”

  • Vaught’s Views: Kentucky fans should like signee Keldon Johnson’s high motor

    By Larry Vaught

    One reason that Florida signee Keyontae Johnson is playing at Oak Hill Academy this season is because he wanted to be on the same team as Keldon Johnson, a Kentucky signee.
    The two have been friends for years and Keyontae Johnson wanted to spend this season on the court with him before they start playing against each other in college.

  • Hunting and fishing success

    Kyle Purdom, 9, got his first deer, a five-point buck on opening day, Nov. 11, in Bradfordsville. He also caught this largemouth bass. He is the son of Kevin and Amy Purdom.

  • Parents, step up your game

    I consider myself to be a good parent.
    I try really hard to teach my son to be kind, try hard in school, be a good sport and eat his vegetables (even if they are served with Pizza Rolls).
    I try to be a good parent, but I fully admit, I fail sometimes.
    Recently, I got a serious wakeup call and reminder that I need to step up my parenting game.

  • Share your thoughts at legislative coffee Jan. 6

    I would like to start this article by wishing each of you a Merry Christmas and thanking you for allowing me to serve as your state senator. This year has flown by starting with a productive 2017 session of the Kentucky General Assembly, followed by a busy interim break, new senate leadership elections, and talks of pension reform. Many of you have offered constructive feedback and opinions that I have taken to heart as we begin to craft legislation for the 2018 budget session.

  • A better career outlook in 2018

    By Carter Dyson

    With 2017 coming to a close, many job seekers and potential job seekers are considering what they want to accomplish on the job in the coming year.
    Whether you are looking to get a new career on track, re-enter the workforce or move to the next level in your field, there’s probably one thing that rings true for every job search: It’s hard work. Yet, like so many other things, a well-researched plan will greatly increase your chances of success.

  • 12-6-17 Birthday announcement
  • 12-6-17 Senior Citizens Menus

    Wednesday, Dec. 6: baked Italian chicken, stewed potatoes, broccoli soup, brownies, and crackers.
    Thursday, Dec. 7: sloppy Joe on whole wheat bun, hashbrown casserole, baked beans, baked apples and raisins.
    Friday, Dec. 8: beef chili with beans, pimento cheese, wheat bread, and mandarin oranges.
    Monday, Dec. 11: meatballs with gravy, mashed potatoes, peas, tropical fruit, and wheat roll.
    Tuesday, Dec. 12: chicken alfredo, buttered spinach, garlic bread stick, and mandarin oranges.

  • 12-6-17 Police Log

    Got a lead?
    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is 270-692-5529.

  • 12-6-17 Public Record

    It is the policy of The Lebanon Enterprise to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies.
    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.