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Today's News

  • Game Plan, Jan. 29

    Jan. 31

    Basketball

    Lady Knights at Nelson County

    Knights at Nelson County, 7:30 p.m.

     

    Feb. 1

    Basketball

    Seneca at Knights, 7:30 p.m.

    Feb. 3

    Basketball

  • Lady Knights topple Taylor County

     Deep in enemy territory, facing an opponent with a stronger record, and surrounded by hundreds of fans rooting against you - it’s hard to imagine coming out with your skin intact.

    But the Marion County Lady Knights did just that, and they came out on top.

  • 10-digit dialing is mandatory starting Feb. 1

    Starting Saturday, residents of the 270 area code will be required to dial 10 digits to make a local phone call.
    Andrew Melnykovych, communications director for the Public Service Commission, said customers who dial seven digits after Feb. 1 should get a message reminding them they need to dial 10 digits.
    “With most telecommunications providers, they will get a recording saying you must dial the area code,” Melnykovych said.

  • 1-29-14 Pet of the Week
  • 1-29-14 Police Log

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

  • Cards soar past Knights

     By Will Phillips

    Enterprise correspondent

    The Taylor County Cardinals ended Marion County’s nine-game winning streak on Friday night, downing the Knights by 17 in front of a standing-room only crowd in Campbellsville, 96-79.

  • New stylist at Luxe
  • Lebanon Goodwill suffers water damage and loses inventory

    Goodwill Industries of Kentucky’s donation and retail center in Lebanon sustained major water damage on Jan. 8 after a sprinkler system pipe burst in subzero temperatures. As a result, part of the ceiling caved in and the majority of items on the sales floor were ruined.
    “It’s just a devastating loss,” said Kim Hamilton, manager of the Lebanon Goodwill. “This is the beginning of a slow time of year for donations, so this couldn’t have happened at a worse time.”

  • Marion County Arts Council celebrates black history

    “Black history – a look through time.” This will be this year’s venue for the annual black history festival presented by the Marion County Arts and Humanities Council. The festival will be held next Saturday, Feb. 8, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., at the Lebanon United Presbyterian Church.
    Displays will include “A Flattering Design,” which will include attire worn by African women. Hairdressers will be on hand to teach techniques of hair design, along with displaying the changing hairstyles from the past.

  • Turtleman Trek 5K will be held March 1

     Turtleman’s hometown has created it’s own 5K in his honor. You can pair your favorite running/walking activity with a visit past a number of Turtleman’s hometown filming locations.

    March 1, 2014 is the inaugural Turtleman Trek 5K. The race will begin at 8:30 a.m., at the Marion County Heritage Center. Turtleman will be at the race.