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Today's News

  • Time, effort can go a long way toward getting fit

    It's no secret that Americans are getting bigger and not in a good way.

    Among Kentucky residents, 33 percent of children, 60 percent of women and 80 percent of men are considered overweight or obese, according to recent studies by the Centers for Disease Control.

    The good news is that Marion County has resources for anyone who wants to become healthier.

  • AG warns of utility bill scam

    Kentucky consumers are being warned about a new identity theft scam that involves utility bills, Attorney General Jack Conway has announced.

    In the scam, fraudsters claim President Barack Obama will pay their utility bill through a new federal program through the Federal Reserve. Conway said this program does not exist.

  • Parents' helping hands have to be accepted to work

    Being a parent is hard work.

    I've been a parent for almost six years, and in that time I've had many successes and some failures. I've done lots of things right and a few things wrong. (OK, maybe more than a few things wrong.) My point is, parenting is a work in progress.

    No one does it perfectly.

    And, unfortunately, no matter how great you are as a parent, your kids can still screw up.

  • Rooms to grow

    This past weekend was the most recent example that Lebanon can and does attract visitors.

    Last week, those visitors were the participants in the 2012 Jets Over Kentucky event, which has become the largest remote control jet showcase in the United States and possibly the world.

  • 11-and-under runner-up

    The Marion County 11 and under baseball team finished second in a tournament held June 30 and July 1 in Stanford. Front row, front left: Cameron Cox, Bailey Gardner, Bryce Spalding, Bryce Barnett, Jacob Goodin and Zachary Shewmaker. Middle row:  Kyle Thomas, Ty Walston, Austin Smith, Ashton Lanham and Conner Cornish. Back row:  Coaches Pat Thomas, Kevin Gardner, Mark Spalding and Chris Shewmaker.

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  • Two transported by ambulance after collision on Cemetery Road

    Two people were injured following a head-on collision Thursday afternoon on Cemetery Road in Lebanon.

    Thomas R. Leake, 21, and Marion F. Buckman, 81, both of Lebanon, were transported to Spring View Hospital by Marion County EMS following the collision. Both men were treated and released from the hospital.

    According to the Lebanon Police, Leake was driving southbound on Cemetery Road in a 2011 Chevy Impala. Buckman had pulled out of a driveway and was heading northbound in a 1998 Chevy S10 truck.

  • 11-12 baseball team heading to state tournament

    The Marion County 11-12 boys all-star baseball team is on its way to the state tournament.

    The Marion County squad defeated Russell County, 5-1, to win the District 5 championship Tuesday night.

    The boys 11-12 state Little League tournament is scheduled to begin Saturday, July 21, in Prestonburg. Marion County is scheduled to face the District 3 champion at 6 p.m. July 21 at Stone Crest Field #1.

  • Marion County wins 9-10 state softball championship

    The Marion County 9-10 softball all-stars are the 2012 state champions.

    Marion County defeated North Oldham, 2-1, Wednesday evening in Winchester to win the state title.

    Look for more about the state champs in next week's Enterprise.

  • Spalding earns million-mile award