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Today's News

  • Santa will arrive in Raywick and St. Joe on Saturday

    Santa Claus will be visiting the Raywick and St. Joe area Saturday, Dec. 14. He will go house to house on the fire engine with the Raywick Fire Department. He will arrive at the Raywick Fire Station at 10:30 a.m. with the following schedule:
    11-11:30 a.m. Highway 84 to Lamkin Lane
    11:30-11:45 a.m. Lamkin Lane to McCauley Road
    Noon to 12:15 p.m. Highway 84 to Highview
    12:35-1 p.m. Highway 527 to Head Distillery Road
    1:20-1:35 p.m. Raywick city limits

  • The Game Plan, Dec. 11

    Dec. 14

    Basketball
    Lady Knight at Pleasure Ridge Park in the Dixie Highway Shootout, 2:30 p.m.
    Knights at Clay County in the Bobby Keith Classic, 8 pm.

    Dec. 17

  • Knights soar past Hawks

    By Nick Schrager and Will Phillips
    Enterprise correspondents

  • Winter games will soon be here

    Outside of working for The Lebanon Enterprise, I don’t watch a lot of sports.
    I suppose you could compare that to someone who makes chocolate for a living, I am sure they don’t eat a lot of it outside of work, either.
    Because of this fact, I found myself in a pickle when it came time to write this column.
    As I struggled to find a topic, I was quickly reminded that the Olympics are right around the corner.

  • County more prepared with help of American Red Cross

    The 2009 ice storm was a “rude awakening” for Marion County, according to Judge/Executive John G. Mattingly. It showed the community it could be better prepared, Mattingly said, and since then the county has become more involved with the American Red Cross.
    The American Red Cross was the topic during the First Friday Forum at the Marion County Economic Development Office on Dec. 6. Susan Hardin, the director for the newly named “Heart of Kentucky Chapter” of the American Red Cross, said when it comes to disasters, county lines don’t matter.

  • Weather can’t keep fans from rodeo

    By Will Phillips
    Enteprise correspondent

  • Officers honored for DUI arrests

    Lebanon Police Officer J.D. Holliday and Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy Tristan Hayden were among the 206 officers recognized for their efforts to stop drunk and impaired drivers at the Governor’s Impaired Driving Enforcement Awards on Dec. 3 at the Marriott Louisville East.
    According to the highway safety office, Holliday made 46 DUI arrests, and Hayden arrested 13 people for DUI.
    Last year, more than 5,750 alcohol-related crashes, resulting in 146 deaths and more than 3,000 injuries, were reported in Kentucky.

  • Santa Claus is coming to Loretto

    Santa Claus will be visiting the Loretto area on Sunday, Dec. 15. He will be going from house to house on the fire engine with the Loretto Fire Department. Due to safety concerns for the public and the fire department members, this year Santa will be staying within the city limits of Loretto for his house to house visits. However, for the people who live outside the city limits of Loretto we will have designated locations for you to bring your children to visit with Santa Claus.
    Santa will do his best to follow this schedule:

  • Serious about Horsin’ Around

    Years ago, Bev Lee was working as a special education teacher. She recalls a Friday night when she was still at school at 4:45 p.m. filling out paperwork.
    She and the janitor were the only two people in the building. She remembers praying for God to show her another way to help kids.
    The next week, she learned about a camp for children with special needs, and she started volunteering. Eventually, that became a full-time job, which included a stint running camps for Paul Newman in Connecticut and in Ireland.

  • More than just tumbling

    By Will Phillips
    Enterprise correspondent