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Today's News

  • City reopening recycling center on weekends

    The City of Lebanon will reopen its recycling center on the weekends starting Saturday, Aug. 27.

    "We'll try it again and see what happens," Lebanon Mayor Gary Crenshaw said.

    Last month, the city limited access to the recycling center, located on Woodlawn Avenue, after repeated incidents of illegal dumping at the center.

    Crenshaw said the city didn't want to close the center on weekends, but it had to curb the illegal dumping.

  • Washington County man killed in head-on collision on Springfield Highway

    Kentucky State Police Trooper Fred Cornett is investigating a fatal collision that occurred Wednesday, Aug. 24, at approximately 4:25 p.m., two miles south of Springfield on KY 55.

    The collision occurred when a 1999 Toyota, being driven by Bobby C. Perry, 71, of Springfield, was traveling northbound on KY 55, crossed the center line and struck a 2008 Honda, operated by Setsuko Obata, 50, of Lebanon, head on.

  • Re-Development

    The Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission has had some challenging times recently. After a year of seemingly constant public discussion about the direction tourism should go, and even about whether or not the commission should continue to exist, the commissioners will be making a huge decision in the near future when they select the next executive director.

  • Lessons from a summer in Lebanon

    By Lindsay Kriz

    KPA Summer intern

     

    When I first arrived at The Lebanon Enterprise office on May 25, the first thing I noticed was how cozy the building was. I figured that the newsroom would have at least 10 cubicles where employees sat quietly and typed out their stories, sometimes mingling by the coffee machine or talking quietly with each other.

  • Come one, come all to see politics on display

    If you were hoping to avoid politics, well, you would be out of luck in Marion County.

    The Marion County Democratic Party held its annual pep rally Aug 18 at Centre Square. Usually, a few statewide figures make an appearance, but this year four of the six Democratic candidates for state office made the trip.

  • 8-24-11 Linescores

    Monday of last week
    St. Charles Eighth-Grade 31 (record: 1-0): Abby Turner 8, Kenlee Stout 6, Alex Thomas 6, Allison Maupin 5, Morgan Mattingly 4, Caroline Reed 2.
    at Bloomfield 19
    St. Charles     9 10 8 4 – 31
    Bloomfield     4 7 3 5 – 19

    St. Charles Seventh-Grade 26 (record: 0-1): Morgan Mattingly 14, Caroline Reed 5, Abby Maupin 4, Allison Maupin 2, Savannah Goode 1.
    at Bloomfield 30
    St. Charles     6 6 10 4 – 26

  • Carrico is runner up in golf tour
  • Teams land second place finishes

    The Knights and Lady Knights golf teams each played in two matches last week, with both teams playing in an invitational Saturday as well. Both the boys and girls played Taylor County and Campbellsville at home at Rosewood Golf Club Monday of last week. On Tuesday, the teams traveled to play Adair County at Lindsey Wilson Golf Club. Saturday, the boys golf team played in the Garrard County Invitational, while the girls played in the Grayson County Invitational.

  • Tourney Champs
  • Girls stay undefeated