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  • Spring has arrived

    Layla Spring has become the talk of Kentucky as a popular contestant on American Idol, and a star in the making. 

    But, who is she, really? 

    And, how did she end up on the American Idol stage?

    Layla and her family stopped by at The Lebanon Enterprise to open up about her journey from a young child singer who blossomed into the young woman gracing our television screens, her stint on American Idol, and what’s next for her. 

  • Vaught’s Views: Perception has changed for Kentucky gymnastics

    By Larry Vaught

    Perception is a major component of college gymnastics. Some might argue it’s that way with every college sport where top programs always seem to get more breaks.
    Kentucky gymnastics has been fighting the perception that it is not one of the top programs in the country — or the Southeastern Conference.  However, UK is doing all it can to change that.
    Kentucky will be competing in the nationals in St. Louis Friday for the first time in school history after its second-place finish in the Minnesota Region.

  • Snapping back

    It’s been three years since his contract ended with Animal Planet, and a long road of recovery after several painful injuries, but Ernie “Turtleman” Brown Jr. is back, and possibly, better than ever.

  • Free trees on Earth Day

    The Marion County Conservation District will celebrate Earth Day on Friday, April 20.

    In 1970, Earth Day was created and this holiday helps make people more aware of environmental concerns and issues. In celebration of this holiday, the Marion County Conservation District will be giving away free trees to the public beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday, April 20. Trees will be given away until they are all gone. The species of trees available will be pecan, pin oak, eastern redbud, wild plum, white pine and silky dogwood.

  • Upcoming free orchestra concert

    On Sunday, April 22, the Kentucky Classic Orchestra will travel to Campbellsville to perform their annual spring concert in Gheens Recital Hall in the Gosser Fine Arts Center on the campus of Campbellsville University. The concert will be free, and a reception will follow. The Kentucky Classic Orchestra was founded in 2015 by Kentucky Classic Arts and has been performing together since that time. Their members are all ages and they come from Albany, Bardstown, Campbellsville, Gravel Switch, Liberty, Somerset, Springfield and Lebanon.

  • Ladies of Lebanon Benefit Concert is April 27-28

    The Ladies of Lebanon Benefit Concert is back, and this time, they are singing Broadway. Join these women as they donate their talents and time to raise money for Kentucky Classic Arts at Centre Square. The concert will be on stage at 7 pm., April 27-28, at Angelic Hall, located at 237 N. Spalding Avenue in Lebanon.

  • Coaching Spring

    Aubrey Davis-Skutt has been a vocal coach through Campbellsville University for six years, and has guided and trained Layla Spring into the singer she is today. Although, she doesn’t take credit for the fame Spring has achieved. 

    “Layla has been coming to my studio for six years,” said Davis-Skutt. “She was about 10 and a half years old.”

    They sort of got off to a rough start, which they laugh about now.

  • Coroner candidate - Michelle A. Knopp

    (Candidates responses are being printed exactly as they were submitted to the Enterprise.)

    Full name: Michelle A. Knopp
    Age: 46
    Address: 910 E Calvary Road, Campbellsville, KY 42718
    Campaign website: https://www.facebook.com/electmichelleknopp/   
    Campaign email: michelleknopp@live.com

    Educational background:
    Associates Degree: Business Management, emphasis in Accounting