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Today's News

  • Candidate filings for 2014 elections

    Candidates have until 4 p.m. Jan. 28 to file their nomination papers for the 2014 primary elections.
    Here are the candidates who have filed so far, according the Kentucky Secretary of State’s website. An (I) indicates the candidate is an incumbent.
    U.S. Senate – Republicans: Matt Bevin of Louisville and Gurley L. Martin of Owensboro; Democrats: Tom Recktenwald of Louisville.

  • St. Charles sixth grade girls win tournament

    The St. Charles sixth grade girls basketball team won the Nelson County Little League Tournament Dec. 15 at Thomas Nelson High School. Their overall record for the league was 8-3.  Front row (from left): Jenny Mattingly, Lee Ann Jones, Grace Farmer, Kristi Martin. Back row: Katie Mattingly, Ava Spalding, Emily Helms and Mckenzie Bagwell. The coaches are Kenny Mills and Lenae Thompson (not pictured).

  • “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown” cast is back Jan. 3-4

    The Peanuts Gang will be performing again in Lebanon Jan. 3-4.
    Come join the fun with Wesley Marlow as Charlie Brown, Gaubrielle Humphress as Sally Brown, Stevie Lowery as Lucy Van Pelt, Chance Hovious as Linus Van Pelt, Brandon Curtsinger as Schroeder, G.B. Dixon as Snoopy and Owen Daugherty as Woodstock.
    The musical will be on stage at Angelic Hall at 7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 4.

  • County files claim in condemnation case

    The City of Lebanon is seeking to condemn a vacant property on the corner of E. Walnut Street and Woodlawn Avenue, but the Marion County government has filed counter- and cross-claims over the same property.

  • 1-1-14 Public Record

    It is the policy of The Lebanon Enterprise to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies.

    This policy has been established to preserve the fairness and impartiality of The Lebanon Enterprise.

    Names appearing in public records and documents published by The Enterprise will be published without exceptions.

    Public records are published as a news service to our readers.

  • Illinois man receives diversion for unlawful transaction charge

     Steven James William-son, 39, of 2200 Maple Lane in Rock Falls, Ill., or 1600 Riverdale Road Lot 35 in Rock Falls, Ill., received five years of pretrial diversion for second-degree unlawful transaction with a minor. He was ordered to pay $150 court costs and to complete a state-approved sex offender treatment program. If he completes his pretrial diversion, his charge will be amended to sexual misconduct. Williamson was originally indicted for third-degree rape and the victim was identified as being younger than 16 years old.

  • Police log, Jan. 1

     Got a lead?

    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is (270) 692-5529.

    Dec. 15

    Daniel Hourigan reported second-degree burglary at 630 E. Main Street in Lebanon. The door of the residence was damaged, and a Samsung Galaxy 3 tablet and an Android Outlook cellular phone were reported stolen. The estimated value of the stolen items is $600. 

    Dec. 24 

  • Excited to perform

    Bailey Spalding has spent a lot of time lately focused on the state Distinguished Young Woman competition.
    During Christmas break, she has been working on the fitness routine and her talent. When she isn’t practicing, she said several people have asked her about getting ready for the state program in Lexington.
    “Basically, you have to think about it the whole time,” Spalding said.
    Spalding will represent Marion County in the 2014 Distinguished Young Woman of Kentucky program Jan. 17-18 at the Singletary Center for the Arts in Lexington.

  • Alzheimer’s walk

     Ann’s Clan walked for the Alzheimer’s Association September 2013 at Freeman Lake, Elizabethtown. They are from left, Nell Bickett, David Bickett, Dora Bickett, Kevin Bickett, Bill Bickett, Irene Downs, Karen Bickett, Gene Bickett, LeAnn Cox, Garrett Thompson, Mike Thompson, and Linda Thompson; in front, Conner Bickett, Lindsey Cox, Shelby Cundiff, and Gracie Cox.

  • Take steps to prevent passing the flu

    Flu season is here, but there is still time for people to get vaccinated if they haven’t already.
    Jennifer Osborne, the Marion County Health Department community educator, said she encourages everyone who is able to get vaccinated.
    “It’s not just about protecting you. It’s protecting the people around you,” she said.
    Osborne added that it could take up to two weeks after getting a vaccine before an individual develops immunity.