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Today's News

  • 8-28-13 Reunions

    Mullins
    The 62nd annual Mullins reunion will be held Saturday, Aug. 31 at Graham Memorial Park at the pavilion by the pool. Potluck meal begins at noon. Bring a dish. For more information contact Margaret Osbourne at (502) 384-2286.

    Porter

  • Lady Knights drop first three

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise correspondent

  • Season tickets available for fall sports

    The fall season ticket prices for Marion County High School Sports are as follows:
    - Football, $20
    - Soccer, $30
    - Volleyball, $30
    - All Sport Passes $100
     These can be purchased at the Marion County High School office.

  • Where are they now?... David vs. Goliath

    On Oct. 3, 2007, David McCarty made local, state and national news for his stand against Wal-Mart.
    Prior to that day, McCarty and his wife, Penny, lived on what seemed like a secluded island on Campbellsville Highway. Mounds of dirt sat alongside their neatly manicured yard while the constant sounds of bulldozers filled their once peaceful home. Their home of 10 years was completely surrounded by what is now a Wal-Mart Supercenter.
    After months of living amongst the construction, dust and debris, McCarty stood his ground by… well… sitting.

  • Redistricting plan is fair

    Many of you have called or e-mailed me over the last few weeks to share your thoughts on redistricting. I appreciate your involvement in the process.

  • A ‘fowl’ of the law

    By Kim Bell
    Guest columnist

    90.26 Except in agricultural zoning districts, it shall be unlawful to keep poultry within the corporate limits of the city at any time during any year. (Ord. 08-01, passed Sept. 8, 2008)

    In the Aug. 21, edition of The Lebanon Enterprise, on page A15, the headline reads “Chickens still an issue for city.” The article gave a brief but detailed description of the Lebanon City Council meeting held on Aug. 12.

  • Recent redistricting process went smoothly

    Last week, the General Assembly returned to the Capitol to re-draw the geographic lines that govern the 100-member House of Representatives and the 38-member Senate.
    It’s something we and every other state are called upon to do each decade, to reflect the differences in population found by the Census.

  • A love of learning

    Terry Ward was like the uncle I never had.
    From basically the moment I was born he was like family.
    He and my mom and dad were the best of friends.

  • Superintendent sets goals for herself, district

    Superintendent Taylora Schlosser has been at the helm of the Marion County Public School District for more than a month now, and she hasn’t wasted any time making big changes and setting the tone for the new school year.
    Schlosser recently reviewed her 30-60-90 day plan with the Marion County Board of Education, and updated them on the goals she’s set for herself and for the district.

  • Superintendent reports on first month on the job

    Taylora Schlosser has completed her first month as the Marion County Public Schools superintendent, and she reported on that month of activities during the Aug. 13 meeting of the Marion County Board of Education.
    On Aug. 6, the board and Schlosser discussed goals for the 2013-14 school year (see related story), and those goals were approved during last week’s meeting. Schlosser used those goals to shape her report.
    For example, one of the goals relates to teaching and learning.