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Today's News

  • Sure Shots
  • Seniors compete in All-Star Tournament

    Three Marion County High School senior golfers were selected to participate in the Kentucky Golf Coaches Association Senior All-Star Tournament held at Heritage Hills Golf Club in Shepherdsville Saturday. Seniors Amy Brown, Olivia Carrico, and Joseph Elder were selected to the teams based on their performance on the course throughout the season and from coach’s recommendations. Eighty two players were selected, 42 boys and 40 girls.

  • Southall is selected to All-State team

     

     

     

  • Team competes in regional meet

    The Marion County High School Knights and Lady Knights Cross Country teams traveled to Warren East High School for regional competition Saturday.
    In the girls competition, the Lady Knights didn’t have enough runners to compete as a team, so they competed individually against 12 other schools, with a total of 63 runners. Hope Riggs finished 35th with a time of 24:17, Madison Avritt placed 36th with a time of 24:21, Morgan Avritt finished 38th with a time of 24:30, and Mary Helen Hamilton came in 59th with a time of 29:13.

  • Season ends

    The Marion County Knights football season came to an end Friday night at Rockcastle County.
    From the very beginning of the game, the Knights found themselves in a hole they couldn’t dig out of. After trailing 26-0 at the half, the Knights would go on to lose the game 39-8 and finish the season with a 3-8 record.
    Defensively and offensively, the Knights were dominated, according to Head Coach Jeff Robbins.

  • Dot Dot Dot

    Earlier this year, I read Religious Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know - And Doesn’t by Stephen Prothero, a professor of religion at Boston University. After last week, I’m wondering if I should loan my copy to Senate President David Williams.

  • Hospice care makes good cents

    By Phil Marshall

     

  • Hospice care makes good cents

    By Phil Marshall

     

  • Bad time to cut anti-hunger programs

    By Tamara Sandburg

     

    Demand for emergency food assistance has increased significantly as families in Kentucky have been pummeled by the recession and an unemployment rate over 9 percent. Too many are forced to accept reduced wages and hours while gas prices are up over 30 percent and food prices are up more than 6 percent. In the end, struggling families are finding it harder than ever to make ends meet.  

  • Corrections and Clarifications for Nov. 9

    An item in last week’s Enterprise should have read that Command Sergeant Major Otha Allen was drafted at the age of 19 and served 13 months in Korea.