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Today's News

  • Ideas for local concert series, youth rally proposed

    A local deejay would like to bring a concert series to Lebanon, and a few local individuals, including the chairman of the Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission, would like to host a rally for Christ.

    Both are seeking assistance from the tourist commission.

    During the commission's July 11 meeting, Jeremy Bowman of Breakfast Boy Entertainment who has organized concerts in other places said he would like to host a series of concerts in Angelic Hall.

  • Family tree and whiskey

    By Lindsay Kriz

    KPA Summer Intern

     

    When most people think of Maker's Mark, they think of good bourbon.

    But there's more to the business than just Kentucky origins and dripping wax, as the Burks family, who visited the distillery July 9, learned.

  • State Little League semifinals are today

    The semifinals for the 2011 Kentucky State Little League Tournament are set to begin today.

    In the 9-10-year-old division, Knox County will face Campbellsville at 2 p.m., and East Daviess County plays North Oldham at 4 p.m.

    In the 10-11-year-old division, Warren County Southern and Hazard Perry County play at 6 p.m., and Marion County and Richmond American play at 8 p.m.

    In the 11-12-year-old division, Paintsville and Richmond National play at 6 p.m., and North Oldham and North Laurel play at 8 p.m.

  • 11-12 softball team is the state runner-up

    The Marion County All-Stars 11-12-year-old softball team's post-season run has come to an end, and they are the 2011 state runner-up.

    Marion County lost 9-4 to North Laurel in the finals of the Kentucky state tournament Friday evening at Walsh Park in La Grange.

    North Laurel was the only team that defeated Marion County in the state tournament. North Laurel also beat Marion County on Tuesday, 14-10.

     

    9-10 girls eliminated

  • MAC prisoner escapes, is captured Thursday morning

    Nathaniel Grant, 25, was reported missing from Marion Adjustment Center at 5:46 a.m. Thursday. By 7:14 a.m., he was back in custody.

    Grant was arrested by the Lebanon Police Department behind the Kroger on E. Main Street in Lebanon. The Marion County Sheriff's Office assisted with the arrest. He has been taken to the Marion County Detention Center where he is being held on a charge of second-degree escape.

  • Don't forget about Kara

    Every day when I arrive to work and when I leave to go home, I see Kara Tingle Rigdon's face.

    For months, a missing person's poster has been taped on the Enterprise's front door that includes Kara's photo and information about her disappearance.

    This Sunday, July 17, will mark the one-year anniversary of when she was last seen.

  • The Lancaster Agency welcomes Trey Abell as a real estate sales associate

     

  • Lancaster presents check to City of Lebanon
  • Local judge participates in HB 463 training

    Judge Amy S. Anderson who serves Marion, Green, Taylor and Washington counties, participated in a District Judges Seminar on June 3 about how district judges are to handle pretrial release and bond determinations based on House Bill 463, which took effect June 8. The AOC offered the seminar in Frankfort for all district judges and trial commissioners and circuit judges who share on-call rotations with district judges.

  • Jaglowicz and Hayden will marry July 30