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Today's News

  • Lebanon golfer helps BHS team to win

    The Bethlehem High School Eagles golf team started the year off with the second annual Lee’s Famous Recipe Kickin’ Chicken Tournament on Monday, July 29. Participating in the tournament were teams from Bardstown High School, Bethlehem High School, Nelson County High School and Thomas Nelson High School. For the second year in a row, Bethlehem has taken home the traveling trophy, winning the competition by 29 strokes. Pictured are Corey Robinson, Henry Smith (of Lebanon), J.T. Smith, Daniel Steele and Will Schlosser.

     

  • Skaggs wins at Ohio Valley

    Bud Skaggs won the Quick 16 and was runner-up in Super Pro at Ohio Valley Raceway in Louisville on July 27, 2013.

  • Cinema at the Square

    Friday, Centre Square was packed with fun and festivities as the Marion County Public Library put on its annual Cinema at the Square event.
    Children of many ages were treated to inflatable activities, such as a slide and bouncies, and treats were served at low prices.
    The event itself was sponsored by The Friends of the Library.
    This year’s movie was “Journey to the Center of the Earth 2” starring Duane “The Rock” Johnson.

  • KORT offers concussion testing

    Beginning Aug. 1, KORT will offer concussion baseline testing prior to injury for just $5. When a student athlete is injured his or her physician can use this initial base line cognitive test as a comparison to help aid in determining the athlete’s readiness to return to play. The test takes about 20 minutes and measures multiple cognitive functions including: attention span, working memory, reaction time and non-verbal problem solving.
    To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-645-KORT or visit the web site at www.KORT.com.

  • Memorial, Tournament

    By Nick Schrager
    Enterprise Correspondent

  • She’s Country

    “She’s Country.”
    That was the theme for the 2014 Marion County Distinguished Young Woman program, and it describes this year’s winner, Bailey Spalding, to a tee.
    She’s grown up enjoying her “Pepaw’s” farm in Arbuckle, she studied agri-business during the Governor’s Scholars Program this summer and she’s taking several agriculture courses during her senior year at Marion County High School.
    Heck, she’s even preg-checked a cow.
    It doesn’t get any more country than that.

  • E911 committee discusses addressing requirements

    Emergency services representatives, county and city officials and Lebanon Postmaster Tony Young met July 31 at the David R. Hourigan Government Center to discuss countywide addressing standards.
    County Attorney Joe Mattingly prepared the draft ordinance.
    The discussion covered some suggested changes to the specific language in the ordinance, but the intent is to establish more uniform addressing throughout Marion County, including requiring address numbers to be visibly posted throughout the county.
    The ordinance covers a range of addressing issues, such as:

  • The history of Junior Miss

    To commemorate Marion County's 50th Junior Miss/Distinguished Young Woman program, the Marion County Heritage Center hosted a special event Friday, Aug. 2, to unveil a new permanent exhibit dedicated to the program. The exhibit includes items donated from several past winners.
     

  • Governor's son representing controversial pipeline company

    By Ryan Quinn
    The State Journal

    Gov. Steve Beshear’s son, attorney Andrew Beshear, is representing a company working to build a controversial natural gas liquids pipeline through Kentucky.
    Andrew Beshear visited the state Public Service Commission with pipeline representatives in April.

  • How to withdraw or rescind permission to survey land