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Today's News

  • 5-25 Early Files

    75 years ago
    May 13, 1936

  • 5-25 Police Log

    Wednesday, May 11
    - Walmart in Lebanon reported the theft of 11 pairs of 10-karat gold earrings worth $502 and $200 worth of damage to the jewelry case.

    Thursday, May 12
    - Melvin Domngut of N. Forest Street in Lebanon reported a burglary and the theft of three pairs of Nike tennis shoes, an iPod and $40 in change.

    Sunday, May 15
    - Kelly Nally of Maple Street Apartments in Lebanon reported a burglary and the theft of $300 in cash.

    Monday, May 16

  • 5-25 Public Record

    It is the policy of  The Lebanon Enterprise to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies.
    This policy has been established to preserve the fairness and impartiality of The Lebanon Enterprise.
    Names appearing in public records and documents published by The Enterprise will be published without exceptions.
    Public records are published as a news service to our readers.

  • Eight die on Kentucky roadways last week

    Preliminary statistics indicate that eight people died in eight separate crashes on Kentucky roadways from Monday, May 16, through Sunday, May 22.
    Five of the fatalities involved motor vehicles and three of the victims were not wearing seat belts. Single-fatality crashes occurred in Bell, Carlisle, Daviess, Washington and Wolfe counties. Alcohol was a factor in the Daviess County crash.
    Two motorcycle involved fatal crashes occurred in Bath and Clay counties and neither victim was wearing a helmet.

  • Former deputy sheriffs plead guilty to firearms, drug trafficking charges

    Two former Washington County deputy sheriffs pled guilty May 11 in United States District Court to carrying a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime.
    Norris Wayne Bartley, 43, and Billy Joe Mattingly, 42, both of Washington County, earlier pled guilty to drug trafficking charges and averted a jury trial by entering guilty pleas to the remaining firearms charge.

  • All good things must come to an end

     

     

  • 20th District Tournament begins

    The Marion County Lady Knights softball team began the postseason Monday night against Taylor County at Talley Field.  With the threat of rain looming, the game progressed into the seventh inning before being postponed due to lightning.  The Lady Knights were trailing 12-7 in the top of the seventh inning with one out and Taylor County batting. The game was set to resume last night with the championship game of the 20th district softball tournament to follow. Results were unknown as of press time.

  • Several qualify for state tourney

    Thursday evening, the Marion County track teams competed in the regional meet in Elizabethtown. Six individuals and two relay teams qualified for competition at the state level. The state track meet will be held tomorrow at the University of Louisville.
    Two days before the regional meet, sophomore standout Brooks Divine was medically cleared to return to the team.

  • Burdette/Swencki win regionals

    The majority of the Marion County Knights tennis team is finished competing for the season, but the doubles duo of Jacob Burdette and Noah Swencki will be heading to the state tournament, which will be held at the Sayre High School tennis courts starting tomorrow. Burdette and Swencki won the regional tournament Thursday night. They won four matches in the regional tournament to not only qualify them for state, but to give them the high honors at the tournament.

  • The Game Plan 5.25.11 - 5.31.11

    5.25.11

    Baseball

    20th District Championship game at Adair County

     

    Soccer

    CKSC West at Centre Square

     

    5.26.11

    Track

    State competition at the University of Louisville

     

    Tennis

    State competition at Sayre High School

     

    5.30.11

    Baseball

    Opening round of regional tournament at Central Hardin

     

    Softball

    Opening round of regional tournament at LaRue County