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Today's News

  • SWIMMING: Aquaknights preparing for season under new coach

    With only three days to go before the 2017 season begins, the Marion County Aquaknights are not just getting ready for the upcoming season but getting used to a new coach.
    After Katie Johnson stepped down, Brian Pirkle was named the new head swim coach for Marion County.
    “This is a new experience for me,” he said. “I’m learning a lot from the seniors and the assistant coaches.”

  • Vaught’s View: Richards' early-season deficiencies are ones Calipari can fix

    By Larry Vaught

    Kentucky freshman center Nick Richards has probably been better than anticipated on offense but not as good as expected on defense — or at least not yet.
    Sporting News college basketball columnist Mike DeCourcy says that is not a bad thing so early in the season.
    “Offensively he is not a super skilled post guy. He is not Elton Brand. He does not have all those undo the defense moves. Can he catch it? Yes. Can he turn and score? Okay, you can work on that,” DeCourcy said before UK opened its season..

  • YOUTH LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Marion County wins youth league ‘Super Bowl’

    While Super Bowl 52 at U.S. Bank Stadium is roughly three months away, another kind of Super Bowl was taking place at Dean Watts Park in Bardstown Saturday morning.
    There, the Marion County 9-10-year-old youth league football team battled Washington County Blue for the league title, with Marion County coming away with a 27-7 triumph.
    “We played hard and we played great,” Marion County Head Coach Waylon Wiser said. “Washington County is a very tough team.”

  • Elizabethtown Commonwealth Cup Champs

    The U10 Impact Marion County Youth Soccer team recently participated in the Elizabethtown Commonwealth Cup and won their division. Pictured, front row from left, are Xavier Johnson, Elijah Perez, Cadin Spalding and Zachary Daugherty; back row from left, Jackson Langford, Teegan McCauley, Alan Huerta, Jackson Truitt, Blake Wise, William Elder and Max Phillips. Not pictured is Eli George. Coaches are Michael Truitt and Julie Johnson.
     

  • A time for remembrance, gratitude

    Over the course of American history, millions of Americans have answered the call of service by joining the Armed Forces. This noble sacrifice has made the United States the freest, most prosperous nation on Earth, and has guaranteed basic freedoms for Americans of all stripes.

  • The value of education in overcoming adversity

    By Cal Turner Jr.

    Looking around our world today, we don’t have to look very far to see adversity. From the hurricanes ravaging our nation to the peace rallies working to smooth over cultural and racial divisions, adversity lives all around us, with people struggling to overcome many different challenges.

  • Notice: Upcoming premium edition

    Due to the premium nature and increased production and distribution costs of the Thanksgiving Day edition, to be published on Nov. 22, 2017, all subscribers will incur a nominal additional charge of $1 for the edition. Your total bill will remain unaffected but there will be a slight adjustment in your expiration date, unless you have selected the monthly EZ Pay option. The premium surcharge will be added to the applicable regular monthly EZ pay charge.

  • 11-8-17 Church Briefs

    Turkey supper
    St. Augustine Church will have their Fall Turkey Supper and Social on Saturday, Nov. 11, from 4-8 p.m. at St. Augustine School. Carry-outs and drive-thru start at 4 p.m. Mass will be held at 4 p.m.

    Pastoral appreciation
    First Baptist Church, N. Depot Street, Lebanon, and Rev. Tommy Calhoun invite you to attend their pastor’s 29th Pastoral Appreciation on Nov. 12 at 11 a.m. The guest minister will be Rev. Wendall Hunn Jr.

  • 11-8-17 Enterprise Travels

     

    Take a copy of The Lebanon Enterprise on your vacation, snap a picture and send it to us. We’ll print it in a
    future issue!
    Email - editor@lebanonenterprise.com;
    mail - The Lebanon Enterprise, 119 S. Proctor Knott Ave., Lebanon;
    or bring it to us!

  • Switching gears and moving on?