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Today's News

  • Bickett book signing has been cancelled

    UPDATE: The book signing originally scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 28, has been cancelled.

    According to the Marion County Public Library, the books to be used for the signing have not yet arrived. The book signing will be rescheduled at a later date.

  • Labor Day closings

    Marion County Judge/Executive John G. Mattingly has announced that Labor Day is a holiday for county employees. As a result, the county judge’s office and all government offices in the David R. Hourigan Government Building will be closed Saturday, Aug. 30 and Monday, Sept. 1.
    While the sheriff’s office will be closed, that office will respond to calls placed through the Lebanon Police Dispatch, 270-692-2121.

  • Sweet summer time

    The Lebanon Enterprise asked for its readers to submit their favorite summer time photos.

  • Raywick woman accused of making meth

    Angela G. Ball, 51, of 341 Robert Lee Road in Raywick was indicted in Marion Circuit Court recently for manufacturing methamphetamines first offense, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamines) first offense, buying or possessing drug paraphernalia and second-degree persistent felony offender.

  • Free paper goes to area homes today

    A special promotional issue of The Lebanon Enterprise will be sent to all homes in Marion County today. The complimentary issue to non-subscribers is made possible by the Spring View Hospital and Citizens National Bank.

  • Sheriff's office seeks assistance in truck theft

    The following announcement is from the Marion County Sheriff's Office:

     The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of a 2008 GMC Sierra extended cab pickup truck from a residence at 2685 Highway 52 in Loretto. The owner reported it was stolen sometime after 11p.m. Saturday night, Aug. 23.

    The truck was described as a four-wheel drive and silver in color.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact the Marion County Sheriff’s Office at 270-692-3051.

  • Governor's race heating up

    By Kevin Wheatley
    The State Journal

    While all eyes are on Kentucky’s contentious U.S. Senate race as Election Day nears, another battle between GOP hopefuls for governor is nearing a boil.

  • Kentucky payday lenders face stiffened enforcement

    By Jere Downs
    The Courier-Journal

    Finding herself short $200 on her rent after being laid off from her job at Presbyterian headquarters, Mary Love took out a payday loan.
    The following payday, her bank account was charged $200, plus a $30 fee by the Outer Loop lender.
    Love said that easy access to cash ultimately cost her $1,420 in fees — with what amounted to an annual interest rate of 391 percent — as she paid down credit card debt and expenses between 2003 and 2005.

  • The heart of the matter

    Picture this: You’re at the grocery store in the cereal aisle when a woman next to you suddenly drops to the floor. Her heart isn’t beating. She isn’t breathing.
    Would you know what to do?

  • New high school vandalized overnight

    Brandon Mattingly
    The Springfield Sun

    Vandalism at the new Washington County High School facility early Friday morning has prompted an investigation by school officials, as well as the Springfield Police Department.