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Today's News

  • Hopes too high for Worm

     Being a celebrity or professional athlete has its ups and downs. Sure, there’s money, big houses, fast cars, private jets, etc. But there is also the fact you get scrutinized for anything, and everything. Take Lindsay Lohan for example, or Michael Vick, both of whom would have zero or very little press time if they were ordinary people.

    But what about Dennis Rodman?

  • E911 committee meeting planned for Jan. 28

    A joint meeting of the Marion County E911 Advisory Committee, the Lebanon City Council and the Marion County Fiscal Court has been scheduled for 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, on the third floor of the David R. Hourigan Government Center.
    The meeting will include an update on the MSAG (Master Street Addressing Guide) and possibly the election of officers.

  • Bluegrass festival, quilt show are this weekend

    The 2014 Kentucky Bluegrass Music Kickoff will be held Friday, Jan. 24, and Saturday, Jan. 25, at Marion County High School.
    The doors will open at 6 p.m. for Friday evening's "Come Play with Flatt Lonesome.”
    Also Friday, the second annual KBMK Soup Fest will be held in the high school cafeteria. For $8, diners can have soup or chili, cornbread, crackers, dessert and a choice of tea, lemonade or water.

  • Farm Bureau to host legislative breakfast

    The Marion County Farm Bureau is hosting its annual legislative breakfast at 8 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 25, in Marion County Farm Bureau’s conference room located at 690 Metts Drive in Lebanon. State Senator Jimmy Higdon and State Representative Terry Mills will be present to inform those attending of the current legislative issues, and to answer questions. The public is invited to attend. “We encourage any interested constituent to attend this open meeting,” said Larry Elder, president of Marion County Farm Bureau.
     

  • Feb. 17 to be used as make-up day

    The Marion County Board of Education voted last week to use Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 17, as a make-up day for school attendance. Marion County Public Schools were dismissed on Jan. 6-8 due to extreme cold temperatures, and on Oct. 14 for a staff work day. Because school was also dismissed this past Friday and Tuesday, the last day of school for MCPS is tentatively scheduled for Friday, May 23.

  • Fiscal court honors minister, school board

    The Marion County Fiscal Court declared Jan. 17 as Rev. Tommy Calhoun Anniversary and Appreciation Day. Calhoun recently celebrated his 25th anniversary as the pastor of First Baptist Church in Lebanon.
    The court approved the proclamation during its Jan. 16 meeting.
    The court also approved a proclamation declaring January School Board Recognition Month.

    In other business:

  • Survey work to help identify flooding issues

    Lebanon city officials are continuing to work with O’Brien and Gere Engineers to identify issues that may have contributed to flooding during last year’s heavy rainstorms.
    At the Jan. 13 Lebanon City Council meeting, Building Inspector John Thompson said surveyors are marking locations with white check marks throughout the city, which will assist with aerial photography.

  • Knights fight off Rebels for win

     By Will Phillips

    Enterprise correspondent

    Despite original opponent Apollo backing out of the fourth annual Autism Classic, the Knights took the court against the Casey County Rebels on Saturday night. 

    The Knights won, 74-72.

  • 4-H officers announced for 2014
  • Lady Knights fall to Bullitt East

     For the second time this season, Marion County High School hosted its own basketball tournament. Unlike the Marion County Holiday Classic in December, this one benefited some very special children. 

    On Jan. 18, MCHS hosted its annual Autism Classic. 

    The tournament, which is in its fourth year  brought teams from  around the region to compete for the cause.