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Today's News

  • Local woman's granddaughter is found unharmed

    Tori Greenwell, who has been missing since Thursday morning, was located, alone and unharmed, by Lexington detectives in the Tates Creek area shortly after 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, according to Lexington Police.

    Investigators continue to believe she left on her own volition.

  • Lebanon City Council to discuss taxes, flooding

    Tax rates and flooding are on the agenda for tonight's meeting of the Lebanon City Council. The council is scheduled to meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Sept. 9 at city hall.

    The agenda includes a public hearing on the 2013 proposed tax rates. The city's current property tax rate is 19.1 cents per $100 valuation. The proposal is to increase the property tax rate to 19.8 cents per $100.

    The council is also scheduled to hold the first reading on the ordinance setting the tax rate during tonight's meeting.

  • Tourist commission to discuss Tibetan monks

    The Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission is scheduled to meet at 3:30 p.m. today, Sept. 9, in Room 300 at the Centre Square Convention Center.

  • An Evening with Mark Twain

    Robert Brock portrayed American author Mark Twain during a one-man show Friday and Saturday in Angelic Hall at Centre Square in Lebanon. “An Evening with Mark Twain” mixed anecdotes from Twain’s life (or maybe not), selected bits of Twain’s writing and lots of humor. The performance was the highlight of the second annual Classic Arts Festival. Artists from around the area and two wineries had their goods on display and for sale during the event.

  • New coach for CKTS

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

    The Central Kentucky Tiger Sharks have a new coach, Lindsey Pfoff.
    Pfoff, who swam for Asbury University, has coached for West and East Jessamine high schools and St. Catharine College. She has also worked under Olympic swim coach Nick Baker.
    She plans to bring this experience to CKTS and has a lot planned for the team this year.
    “I want to focus on the kids’ goals in swimming. I want to coach them individually,” Pfoff said.

  • Rain spoils Pigskin Classic

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

    The Marion County Knights hosted the Bell County Bobcats in the Heart of the Pigskin Classic on Saturday.
    In what was supposed to be the first game in a double-header, the Knights lost 17-10 after the game was called due to rain and lightning with 6:03 left in the third quarter.

  • Followells celebrate anniversary

     

    Leo and Betty Followell of Bradfordsville will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept. 7, 2013. They were married on Sept. 7, 1963.
    Mr. Followell is a retired farmer. Mrs. Followell is the former Betty Garrett and is retired from Fruit of the Loom.
    The couple has three daughters, Julie Baker of Lebanon and Sheila  Spalding and Janet Kirkland, both of Bradfordsville. They have nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

  • Got directions?

    I was remembering an old story the other day about a businessman barreling through the countryside in his Lincoln Town Car. The guy is hopelessly lost and stops in a little one horse town he happens upon, pulling into a service station in the days when service stations were actually service stations. The attendant saunters out, chewing on a straw, and asks the man what he needs. “I’m lost,” the businessman confesses.
    The gas station attendant squints at the driver and asks, “Do you know where you are?”

  • Lady Knights still looking for first win

    The Marion County Lady Knights lost 2-0 to the Garrard County Lady Lions and 12-2 to the Thomas Nelson Generals last week.
    Lady Knights Coach Devin Johnson said his team did not play to his expectations against the Lady Lions.
    "The first half of the game they played the way they wanted to play, not the way I asked them to play," Coach Johnson said. 
    The Lions (4-0) scored both goals during the first half of the game.

  • Matney wins LIT

    By Dennis George
    Special to the Enterprise

    It’s an hour and 15-minute drive from Center, Ky. in Metcalfe County to the Lebanon Country Club.
    Twice before Josh Matney has made that drive early on Labor Day to compete in the semi-finals of the Lebanon Invitational Tournament.
    Twice before he has run out of gas.
    Literally, not figuratively.