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Today's News

  • Linescores, Sept. 10

     SCMS sweeps St. Dominic

    The SCMS Junior Lady Knights eighth-grade  team won, 56-29.

    SCMS - Cassidy Logsdon 24 points, 2 assists, 6 steals; Elise Carpenter 12 points, 8 assists, 3 steals; Mariella Curtis 4 points, 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal; Marly Allender 4 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist; Jenny Mattingly 4 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assist; Emily Helms 4 points, 2 rebounds, 1 steal; Katie Mattingly 2 points; Mckenzie Bagwell 2 points.

  • Judgement House returning to Lebanon Baptist

    Lebanon Baptist Church is hosting Judgement House for the second year.
    The event will be open Sept. 10-13 and Sept. 17-20.
    The 60-minute presentations will take place from 6-9 p.m. each night of the event. Admission is free. The event is not handicapped accessible due to stairs. Strobe lights are used during the program, and it’s not recommended for children under 10 years old.
    Visitors should know that childcare will not be available.

  • New circulation clerk on staff at Enterprise

    Katie Jo Broyles of Lebanon began working as the circulation clerk at The Lebanon Enterprise this week.
    Broyles is a member of the MCHS Class of 2005, and is currently finishing her degree at Western Kentucky University.
    She is the daughter of Keith and Kim Hamilton Lebanon.
    She’s married to Cory Broyles. She has a step-son, 8-year-old Caden, and a 19-month-old girl, Kinzleigh Jo.
    Broyles enjoys riding horses, playing with her children and spending time with family.

  • Cross country opens season

    Marion County High School’s cross country team opened up its season by visiting Taylor County on Sept. 4. Official results from that meet were not available as of press time. 

  • Golf: Eagles swoop past Marion County

     The Marion County Knights golf team opened its second month of play with a match against the Bethlehem Eagles on Sept. 3. 

    The Knights lost the match, 161-191.

    Noah Dye fired a 45 to lead Marion County. Trevor Burchell shot a 48. Houston Raikes and Bryce Spalding both shot 49 while Daniel Maupin and Dylan Cambron fired 58 and 62 respectively.

  • Catching up with ... Annaliece Mattingly

     Annaliece Mattingly is a 2011 MCHS Graduate and she was the Enterprise’s 2009 and 2011 Female Swimmer of the Year.

    • She is a senior at the University of Kentucky this fall.

    • She is a marketing major, minor in communications, Alpha Delta Pi sorority member.

    • She is involved with on-campus organizations, including Dance Blue, a philanthropic event.

  • Testing out the public fields (and a few more)

     It’s been an outstanding week. First, those of you who aren’t retired got an extra day off work. Well, most of you did!

    But the best part is that it was the opening of dove season. And, in my humble opinion, there seems to be more doves this year!

    Or it could be that the birds aren’t scattered real bad because not that many have been cut?

  • Cheer clinic is Sept. 14

     The  annual MCHS Youth Cheer clinic is scheduled for 1-5 p.m. Sept. 14 at Marion County High School.

    This mini-cheer clinic will teach cheer basics such as cheer instruction, stunting and dance techniques. The clinic is open to children 4 and older. 

  • Labor Day Golf Tournament

     The Lebanon Country Club hosted its annual Labor Day golf tournament over Labor Day weekend. T.J. Raikes won in the championship, with Josh Matney taking runner up. Below are the results of the tournament. 

    Championship flight -  winner T. J. Raikes runner up Josh Matney.

    1st flight - Dan Wright, Larry Mattingly, no third place.

  • KY 49 Yard Sale is Sept. 12-14

    Bradfordsville Mayor David Edelen said his town wanted a way to bring in more visitors last year when they came up with an idea to hold a KY 49 Yard Sale.
    According to Edelen, last year’s KY 49 Yard Sale did exactly what it was supposed to do. More visitors came through town and local businesses had more traffic than usual.
    “It did quite well last year, so we’re doing it again,” Edelen said.