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Today's News

  • The Beatles and the vinyl revival

     By Randy Patrick

    Landmark News Service

    They were unlike any musicians Americans had ever seen before, those four mop-topped lads in their dark suits and skinny ties with their electric guitars and electric charm.

    They might as well have been from lost Atlantis as Liverpool, so novel was their appearance.

  • Kentucky State Police warn about ‘One-ring’ scam

     The Kentucky State Police are warning cell phone users about “The One-Ring Scam”. 

    In this scam, a computer from outside the United States calls a number, lets it ring and then hangs up. If the cell phone user returns the call, he or she may find an additional charge on their next bill. According to the Kentucky State Police, some victims have been charged as much as $20 for the call and up to $9 for each additional minute.

  • House Speaker Stumbo says tough road ahead for governor’s tax plan

     By Kevin Wheatley

    The State Journal

    House Speaker Greg Stumbo called the prospects of passing the governor’s tax reform package unveiled Feb. 4 — a proposal that could raise nearly $210 million in new revenue — “daunting.”

  • Kentucky voters want the option of local sales tax

     By Sebastian Kitchen

    The Courier-Journal

    Most Kentuckians favor giving local communities the option to raise their own sales tax — for a limited time to pay for specific projects such as roads or libraries, according to the latest Bluegrass Poll.

  • Point guard a rising star

    By Nick Schrager

    Enterprise correspondent

    Whether she’s making points, setting up teammates to score, or just making it look easy, Marion County Lady Knight Haeli Howard does it all.

    The 14-year-old, 5-foot-4-inch tall freshman point guard got her start playing with the Lady Knights three years ago when she was in the sixth grade. 

  • Game Plan, Feb. 12

     Feb. 13

    Basketball

    Lady Knights at Adair County, 5:30 p.m.

    Knights at Adair County, 7:30 p.m.

    Feb. 14

    Basketball

    North Hardin at Lady Knights, 7:30 p.m.

    North Hardin at Knights

    Swimming

  • Taking command

    With another win notched in their belt, the Marion County Lady Knights opened their second double-header of the week on Feb. 8. For the second time this season, the Lady Knights defeated their opponent, the Washington County Commanderettes, 54-28.

    Later that night, Marion County’s boys team picked up its fifth consecutive win by defeating the Commanders (2-16) by 37 points.

    Saturday’s win marks the eighth consecutive season that the Lady Knights have swept their neighboring rival.

  • Marion County splits double-header with Taylor County

     By Will Phillips

    Enterprise correspondent

    The Marion County Lady Knights were in action against the Taylor County Lady Cardinals Friday night in the Roby Dome.

    It was a low-scoring affair from the opening tip. The first score came nearly two minutes into the game on a free throw by Taylor County junior guard Haley Wright. 

  • Almost in Olympic spirits

     Industrialization. Empty shells of buildings. Soot. What am I talking about, you ask? The slums of Cleveland? War-torn Bosnia? 

    No, silly. I’m talking about the Winter Games and their host city, Sochi. 

  • Sore shoulders are just part of a good goose hunt

     After I whined about the recent early deadlines I had over the holidays, I’m now enduring a self-imposed early deadline, turn in Saturday instead of Sunday.

    This one I can live with cause it involves leaving on a snow goose hunting trip. Terry, Billy, Ryan and I are heading to Arkansas to take part in their Light Goose Conservation Order Season.