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Today's News

  • 39 & Oh How Sweet It Is

    The Marion County Lady Knights made history Saturday at the KHSAA Girls Sweet 16 State Basketball Tournament in Bowling Green. They became the very first Lady Knights basketball team to win a state championship, and the first undefeated state champion in girls basketball since 1984. Their perfect season, 39-0, is proof they are one of the greatest girls baseketball teams in the state’s history, according to Head Coach Trent Milby.
    “Records are made to be broken, but 39 wins will never be broken in Kentucky or Marion County High School history,” he said.

  • Special series: Your money at work

    Editor’s note: This is the second story in a series about the seven special districts serving Marion County, as identified by the State Auditor’s Office as part of an effort to increase public awareness of how their money is spent. In the coming months, the Enterprise will be taking a closer looking at the special districts that serve Marion County, how they are funded, and what they do for the community.

  • Avery the Brave

    Mother’s Day is a day to celebrate being a mom. But, for Lesley Abell Leachman, Mother’s Day 2012 was the start of a her worst nightmare.
    During a routine trip to Target, her 8-year-old daughter, Avery, threw a typical tantrum when she didn’t get a toy she wanted. That’s when Lesley noticed a large lump on her daughter’s throat.

  • In her own words... St Baldrick’s Ambassador: Avery Kate Leachman

    The Lebanon Enterprise had a Q&A session with St. Baldrick’s Ambassador Avery Kate Leachman. We wanted to get to know more about this brave little girl.

    Age: Nine - 4th grade at St. Aloysius in Oldham County
    Diagnosis: Papillary Thyroid Cancer
    Date of diagnosis: May 2012
    Status: In maintenance
    Treated at: Kosair Children's Hospital, Norton Healthcare

    • Favorite subject in school: Science because I like to learn about animals.

  • St. Baldrick’s raises over $36,000

    The 2013 St. Baldrick's event has wrapped up (and swept up) at St. Augustine School.

    This year's event has raised more than $36,000 as of Saturday afternoon, but more money remains to be counted. St. Baldrick's Foundation raises money to fund research to combat childhood cancer.

    To learn more about this year's event, visit http://www.stbaldricks.org/events/mypage/340/2013 or call event organizer Sheila Buckman-Lanham at (270) 692-2113. Citizens National Bank is sponsoring the event once again this year.

  • Ladies First

    The Marion County Lady Knights have had quite a ride during the past four years.
    Four straight trips to the Sweet 16.
    Three trips to the final four.
    Two consecutive state finals appearances.
    And one perfect season, ending with the first girls basketball state championship in Marion County history.
    It’s hard to know where to begin in recounting this team’s success.
    They finished the season 39-0 becoming the first unbeaten Kentucky girls team since Marshall County in 1984.

  • Taking pause to honor public servant Mike Haydon

    The General Assembly is now recessed for a 10-day veto period and will return on March 25 for the final two days of the 2013 Session. While consensus hasn’t been reached on important bills dealing with the public employee pension reform, industrial hemp and military overseas absentee voting, the Senate is ready and willing to work on these unresolved issues.

  • Increasing transparency is the goal

    Although several major issues are still pending, the General Assembly wrapped up much of its work early this past week, and for a “short” legislative session, there is a fairly long list of key bills that have made it to Governor Beshear’s desk.

  • Family Video announces launch of tissue bank to aid in Lymphoma research
  • Marion County Conservation District recognizes contest winners