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Today's News

  • Loretto receives $500,000 grant

    Loretto Mayor Robert Miles was brief when addressing the group gathered Thursday at Loretto City Hall, but he was also got to the point.

    "Hopefully, down the road, we'll have a nice wonderful center for everyone to enjoy," he said.

    Tony Wilder of the Department for Local Government made the formal presentation of a $500,000 Community Development Block Grant to the city, which will use the money to renovate a former nursing home into a senior citizens center.

  • Raywick: Money for nothin’

    After countless hours reviewing bank records and receipts, firefighters with the Raywick Fire Department have determined that an estimated $30,000 to $60,000 of fire department funds have been misappropriated and the evidence has been turned over to the Kentucky State Police, according to Lebanon Attorney Elmer George.

    "They feel like there has been a criminal act committed and they have reported it," George said.

  • Interim director dives into the job

    A short-handed Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission conducted face-to-face interviews with a pair of executive director candidates last week, but the commission's interim director has already hit the ground running.

    Wayne Keen has been serving as the interim director since Oct. 24, and he said he was honored to be asked.

    "To be honest, as good as this community has been to me, I will do anything I can do to help them out," Keen said.

  • Note-worthy

    While Don Johnson was driving on Main Street one day, he decided to pull over so he could just sit and enjoy a song playing on the radio.

  • A Walk for Answers

    The family and friends of Kara Tingle Rigdon want answers.

    Kara, 28, of Gravel Switch has been missing since July 17, 2010, and the investigation into her disappearance is ongoing. Meanwhile, more time passes without any answers. But, her family and friends want the community to know that they aren't giving up.

    And they certainly aren't forgetting about Kara.

  • Democrats win five of six races

    Democrats won five statewide races in Marion County and Kentucky on Election Day, Nov. 8. The only Republican to win was James Comer in the race for Commissioner of Agriculture.

    Here are the statewide and local results for each race:

    - Gov. Steve Beshear (D) won re-election easily with 55.72 percent of the vote. Beshear received a total of 464,245 votes.

  • Voting, blood drive both taking place at Centre Square Tuesday

    Voters in the basement/junior high and Rolling Hills precincts cast their ballots at the gymnasium of the Centre Square Convention Center.

    But this year, they will have some company in the afternoon on Election Day, Nov. 8.

    The Kentucky Blood Center will be conducting a blood drive at Centre Square from 2 to 6 Tuesday afternoon.

  • County offices will be affected on Election Day

    Many Marion County government offices will be closed for Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8. Before visiting any office, residents are encouraged to call to make sure they are open.

    The Marion County Clerk's Office will be open Tuesday, but the public should be aware that the office will be busy with the election that day. 

    The county clerk's office will be closed for Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 11, and on Saturday, Nov. 12, due to the state's AVIS system shut down.

  • City council meets tonight

    The Lebanon City Council is scheduled to meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, at city hall.

    Items on the agenda include a presentation by Mayor Gary Crenshaw in recognition of the late police chief Joe Bell. 

    Tony O'Daniel of Nally and Haydon is also scheduled to speak with the council about annexation and housing development.

    Other items on the agenda include:

    - Minutes of the previous meeting

  • Defamation lawsuit dismissed against Enterprise, veterinarian

    Defamation claims filed more than two years ago against Campbellsville veterinarian Donald C. Brockman, DVM, and the Lebanon Enterprise have been dismissed.

    The complaint filed by former Marion County agriculture extension agent Ed Lanham was partially dismissed Oct. 28 by Marion Circuit Judge Allan Bertram.