Today's News

  • Freshman boys basketball team wins tourney

    The Marion County High School boys won the Nelson County Freshmen Tournament on Saturday. Pictured are, front row from left, Lathan Hamilton, Devin Gibson and J.T. Lee; back row from left, are Head Coach Tony Tonge, Ethan Mattingly, Kanyon Spalding, Patrick Benton, Dominick White, Markell Bell, Spencer Lucas and Assistant Coach Mark Bell.

  • Blood shortage reaches critical level

    Ongoing severe winter weather has more than doubled the number of canceled American Red Cross blood drives and the resulting blood and platelet donation shortfall since earlier this month. The Red Cross now considers the situation critical and is reissuing an urgent call for blood and platelet donors. 

  • Black history event to be held Feb. 10

     The Marion County Arts and Humanities Council would like for the community to join them Saturday, Feb. 10, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Lebanon United Presbyterian Church. They are planning a cultural program, emphasizing historic accounts of African-Americans and presenting today’s diversity.

    Helen McKay will bring her choir from the First Baptist Church in Campbellsville, and Leah Hazelwood will reprise her act from “Hamilton.”

  • The Game Plan - Jan. 31, 2018

    Feb. 2
    Lady Knights vs. Taylor County (Away), 6 p.m.

    Swim meet (at Lebanon Aquatic Center), 6 p.m.

    Feb. 3
    Knights vs. Russell County (Away), 8 p.m.

    Lady Knights vs. North Hardin (Home), 2:30 p.m.

    Feb. 5
    Lady Knights and Knights vs. Metcalfe County (Home)
    Girls at 6:30 p.m.
    Boys at 8 p.m.

  • Celebrating lasting marriages in Marion County

    The Lebanon Enterprise wants to celebrate the long lasting marriages in Marion County. If you (or your parents, grandparents, etc.) have been married for 25 years or longer, please write to us and give us the following information: 

    • The couple’s names.

    • How many years they’ve been married.

    • What is their secret to having a long, loving, lasting marriage?

  • Finding a solution

    After giving up 148 points to lose their ninth game in 12 outings back on Jan. 23, the Cleveland Cavaliers held a team meeting to discuss the team’s recent struggles. The Boston Celtics also held their own team meeting on Jan. 22 to discuss their own struggles as well. There was frustration expressed at poor play and a desire to move past the struggles.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Knights face Taylor County to kick off busy stretch

    Lady Knights Head Coach Kelly Wood drew a Clint Eastwood reference to describe Marion County’s play thus far this season.
    “Good, bad and ugly,” Wood said. “We’ve been a little bit of all three but most teams are. We’re young, though. It’s not a sprint, it’s a marathon so we got to finish strong. That’s what we got ahead of us. The team gets along great. They’re such great kids.”

  • Speaker to discuss social media at local schools

    Motivational speaker Scott Harvey will be at Marion County Middle School and Marion County Knight Academy this Wednesday, Jan. 31, to talk to students about appropriate use of social media and the negative effects of cyberbullying.

    Harvey has been teaching and speaking to large and small groups for more than 10 years. Every one of his presentations centers around personal responsibility. He uses his experiences in law enforcement and teaching the D.A.R.E. program to reach his audience.

  • MCDC captain to retire after 25 years of service


  • Vaught’s Views: UK's recruiting woes are ones most schools would love to have

    By Larry Vaught

    Now that Zion Williamson is definitely not coming to Kentucky, maybe it’s time to focus more on the three players that UK coach John Calipari has already signed in his 2018 recruiting class.
    Not only did UK not get Williamson, he went to Duke to give the Blue Devils the top three players in the 2018 recruiting class. However, FoxSports/247Sports recruiting analyst Evan Daniels says Kentucky fans are going to like Tyler Herro, Keldon Johnson and Immanuel Quickley. ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale already does.