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Today's News

  • Attorney returns to Lebanon

     

  • 7-20-16 Enterprise Travels
  • 7-20-16 Church Brief

    Revival
    Revival will be held at Pleasant Valley Christian Church in Bradfordsville on July 24 through July 27, 7:00 each night. Daniel Raikes will deliver the evangelistic sermons nightly. Visiting gospel singers will provide special music each evening. Bill Miller, Pleasant Valley Christian Church minister, will lead the singing.
     

  • Spring View Hospital's Celebrities of the Quarter
  • Marion County receives grant to preserve local records

    Governor Matt Bevin announced that Marion County Clerk Chad Mattingly has received a grant totaling $16,000 from the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives (KDLA) to preserve and manage local government records. KDLA is an agency of the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.
    Thirty-five grants have been awarded for a total of $520,473 from this round of funding from fiscal year 2017 Local Records Grant Program Funds.

  • 7-20-16 Public Record

    It is the policy of The Lebanon Enterprise to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies.
    This policy has been established to preserve the fairness and impartiality of The Lebanon Enterprise.
    Names appearing in public records and documents published by The Enterprise will be published without exceptions. Public records are published as a news service to our readers.

  • 7-20-16 Police Log

    Got a lead?
    The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is
    (270) 692-5529.

    July 7
    Police report that one or more people spray-painted the Marion House, causing $300 worth of damage.

    July 10
    Omer L. Long of Peck Pike Road in Elk Horn reported the theft of a black LG G4 cellular telephone valued at $450.

  • Summer program challenge our best and brightest

    Some of Kentucky’s most successful academic programs take place, oddly enough, when the school year is over.
    Several of these got their start in the 1980s, and they have since given thousands of our brightest middle and high school students a chance to come together in a college setting and learn in ways that often extend beyond the traditional classroom.
    The Governor’s Scholars Program (GSP) is perhaps the most well-known of these. It began in 1983 and now serves more than 1,100 students each summer over several campuses across the commonwealth.

  • Transparency is crucial for KRS

    In Kentucky, some bleed blue, others bleed red, and today, the Kentucky Retirement System (KRS) bleeds green. An article from the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting on June 7 outlined how KRS had used contributions from current and future state employees to pay legal fees for the former KRS Board Chair in a lawsuit against Governor Matt Bevin.

  • So long, farewell

    By McKenna Dosier
    Summer Intern

    If you recall, in my first column I talked about finding a new radio station and how I had been unsuccessful. Well, I finally did find new radio stations and now it's time to change my radio presets back.
    Eight weeks ago, I wasn't even thinking about today. I wasn't thinking about packing and loading all of my stuff, half of which I didn't even need, and driving back to Kenton County. I wasn't thinking about it, I didn't want to think about it. And now I don't want to do it.