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Today's News

  • Third quarter dooms Knights

    The Marion County High School football team played in the 2012 Heart of Kentucky Pigskin Classic on Saturday night at John J. Boswell field. The team took on Green County, and played a very even first half with the Dragons. The score was tied at 14 at the half, but the second half would be a different story.  The Knights would be outscored 29-14 in the final two periods and lose the game by a score of 43-28.

  • The Game Plan, Aug 29

    Aug. 30
    Volleyball
    Lady Knights vs. Adair County (Away)

    Soccer
    Knights vs. Campbellsville (Away)
    Lady Knights vs. Hart County (Away)

    Golf
    Lady Knights and Knights vs. Bardstown (Rosewood Golf Club)

    Aug. 31
    Football
    Knights vs. Nelson County (Home)

    Sept. 1
    Volleyball
    Lady Knights host the Marion County Invitational

  • Epps, Goodin-Rogers to play for UK

    After originally committing to the University of Louisville in June of 2011, Kyvin Goodin-Rogers and Makayla Epps both rescinded their commitments to the university last month. Now, both of them have made verbal commitments to the University of Kentucky.
    Epps visited the University of Kentucky Monday in hopes of helping her make a college choice. Apparently, that did the trick.
    When asked about her verbal commitment to UK, Epps answered with a rhyme.

  • Clements claims club championship

    The Lebanon Country Club held its annual club championship event Aug. 11-12.  Patterson "Woody" Clements took home the championship while Joey Reed took the runner-up spot, according to Vicki Spalding, pro shop manager.
    In the second flight, Chad "Little Beno" Spalding took home first place while Beno Spalding got runner-up.
    Mike Jaglowicz won the third flight and Doug Vyverberg took second place. Steve Divine won the fourth flight and Chipper Moore was runner-up. Eddie Mattingly won the fifth flight and Sid Gordon took home second place.

  • Hunter education class is Sept. 6-8

    Last week I told you about this year's hunter education (orange card) class being held at the Sportsman's Club outside Calvary. I told you about it running from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, then 8 a.m. till noon on Saturday. Where I messed up was on the dates. Instead of being Sept. 7 thru 9, it's Sept. 6 thru 8. That's Sept. 6 and 7, 6-9 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 8 will be from 8 a.m. till noon.

  • Soccer squads suffer five losses in one week

    Both the Marion County High School boys and girls soccer teams each had rough weeks, and neither found wins. The Knights entered the week with a 3-0 record, but now sit at 3-3. The Lady Knights are still searching for their first win after a pair of losses last week.      

  • Rough week at the net for Lady Knights

    The Marion County Lady Knights volleyball team had three matches this past week, taking on Green County, Bethlehem and Boyle County. The Lady Knights lost two out of three matches, only defeating Boyle County on the week. The team's overall record now stands at 5-3, with their district record at 2-0.

  • Soap box derby winner

    Brooklynn Bell placed fourth in the Masters Division at the All American Soap Box Derby Nationals in Akron, Ohio. She is a third-generation racer at the Nationals in Akron, Ohio. Savannah Bell also competed in the All American Soap Box Derby, which was her second time competing.

  • Free paper goes to area homes today

    A special promotional issue of The Lebanon Enterprise will be sent to all homes in Marion County today. The complimentary issue to non-subscribers is made possible by Spring View Hospital and Citizens National Bank.

    A special advertisement on page B3 gives readers a chance to subscribe to the Enterprise for eight months for $20. The subscription special applies to new subscribers in Marion and surrounding counties only.

  • Marion County Country Ham Days: We're at the Crossroads of Good Spirits & Hospitality

    Mention Marion County anywhere in the state and you'll get a couple of similar responses. That they have been here and had a great time and the people were super friendly OR that they visited one of our distilleries and again, the people were super friendly. Sounds as though we are remembered for two things, good spirits and hospitality! The 2012 Marion County Country Ham Days theme reminds us of just that, The Crossroads of Good Spirits and Hospitality.