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Today's News

  • Kentucky Sheriffs’ Boys & Girls Ranch Session 2
  • Lebanon officer graduates from sergeant’s course

    Lebanon Police Officer Timothy E. Abell, along with law enforcement officers from 19 other agencies across the commonwealth, was recognized at a graduation ceremony recently for completing the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training’s Academy of Police Supervision.
    APS, also called the sergeant’s academy, is a three-week, 120-hour training program targeted for newly promoted sergeants or officers who are on their agency’s promotion list to become sergeants.

  • Registration now open

    It’s time for teams and individuals to register for the 2013 Lincoln Trail Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The association’s largest local fundraiser will take place on the morning of Saturday, Sept. 14, at Freeman Lake Park in Elizabethtown.

  • Counterfeit currency circulating in Danville, Stanford areas

    By Kendra Peek & Ben Kleppinger
    The Advocate-Messenger and Interior Journal

    Business owners and customers alike are urged to be cautious as someone is circulating counterfeit bills in Boyle and Lincoln counties.

  • Locks of Love
  • Where should churches stand concerning the boy scouts?

     

  • 6-26-13 Church Brief

    Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church:
    The McCubbins family of Munfordville will present an evening of gospel music at Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church on Sunday night, June 30, at 7 p.m. Haskell and Annette McCubbins have been singing gospel music for 55 years. They are now joined by two of their daughters, Jane Ann and Sherice, as the McCubbins Family as they share the good news of God’s love in Jesus Christ through song. Don’t miss this evening of worship and celebration! Muldraugh Hill is located at 4430 Highway 289, Lebanon.

  • Jail rehab programs on the rise

    Jessica Hayes admits she has made mistakes.
    The Springfield, Ohio, native started using cocaine when she was 14 years old. She later moved to Kentucky, and she traded her cocaine addiction for a pill addiction.
    That eventually led to a conviction for second-degree robbery and second-degree burglary, but that is only part of the reason she is at the Marion County Detention Center.
    Hayes, now 25, transferred to MCDC in December so she could participate in Women Living in Balance (WLIB), a 90-day substance abuse program.

  • Understanding sports concussions

    The Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky, along with Bob O’Daniel, will host an event entitled, “Understanding sports concussions” at 6 p.m., Thursday, July 25, at Angelic Hall in Lebanon. The event will help those attending to identify symptoms consistent with a concussion and how to properly treat the athlete who has signs of a concussion.

  • We are spoiled

    Last week was just one of “those weeks.”
    You know… one of those weeks where it seems everything goes wrong.
    Monday -  deadline day for us folks here at the newspaper - there was a flash flood in downtown Lebanon and several businesses, including the Enterprise, were flooded. At 5 p.m. Monday, we were frantically using stacks of old newspapers as if they were sand bags and moving computers away from incoming water. We managed to finish the paper before deadline, but we were frazzled, to say the least.