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Today's News

  • Magistrate District 3 candidate – Larry Smith

    (Candidates responses are being printed exactly as they were submitted to the Enterprise.)

    Full name: Lawrence E. Smith
    Age: 57
    Address: 1110 McElroy Pike, Lebanon, Ky, 40033
    Email: larrymcwelding@gmail.com

    Educational background:
    1978 graduate of Washington Co. High school & Marion Co. Vocational school, CAD drawing & design school, certified welding course Hayes Laboratory, also Commonwelth of Kentucky boiler contractors lincense.

    Work experience:

  • Don't ever give up on your dreams

    Nothing makes me more excited for people than when I see them going after their dreams. I am so lucky that my line of work gives me the opportunity to see every day people reaching out for what they want and either getting a hold of it, or are coming pretty close to finally getting there. I’ve met a lot of people lately that truly inspire me by the determination they have, enough that it often brings tears to my eyes. 

  • Magistrate District 4 candidate – Jackie Fogle

    (Candidates responses are being printed exactly as they were submitted to the Enterprise.)

    Full name: John Robert "Jackie" Fogle
    Age: 60
    Address: 3920 Holy Cross Rd. Loretto, Ky. 40037
    Email: fogleandfogle@yahoo.com

    Educational background:
    Graduated from Marion County High School in 1975. Continuous education for Master Plumbing License, and Onsite Sewage Disposal Systems Installer Certification.

    Work experience:
    39 years self-employed contractor.

  • Magistrate District 4 candidate – Steve Masterson

    (Candidates responses are being printed exactly as they were submitted to the Enterprise.)

    Full name: Michael Stephen (Steve) Masterson (Steve)
    Age: 63
    Address: 900 Raywick Road Lebanon, Ky 40033
    Email: mstevem@windstream.net

    Educational background:
    Graduate of Marion County High School. One semester at Campbellsville University

    Work experience:

  • Sheriff candidate – Tony Belcher

    (Candidates responses are being printed exactly as they were submitted to the Enterprise.)

    Full name: Tony Allen Belcher
    Age: 61 years old
    Campaign Website: Facebook - Tony Belcher for Sheriff
    Campaign email: belcherforsheriff@gmail.com

    Educational background:
    High School and Department of Criminal Justice Training

    Work experience:
    14 years MCSO / 2 years Lebanon PD / 2 years Bradfordsville PD

    Family information:

  • Sheriff candidate – Jimmy Clements

    (Candidates responses are being printed exactly as they were submitted to the Enterprise.)

    Full name: James B. Clements (Jimmy)
    Age: 54
    Address: 1150 Sallie Ray Pike, Raywick, Ky.

    Educational background:

  • Meet Dyxie

    Dyxie Bay, the youngest sister of Layla Spring, captured the hearts of viewers when she accompanied Spring on her American Idol audition. Bay, who sang for the judges as well, even received a golden ticket for 2026. Despite her burst of fame, Bay is still a fun-loving kid at heart, devoted to her family, making slime, and of course, singing. 

  • Meet Jaycee

    Jaycee River, the middle sister between Layla and Dyxie, is the glue that holds everyone together. 

    She’s the makeup artist, hair stylist, and social media connoisseur for Team Layla — the one everyone says they couldn’t make it without.

    Jaycee, 14, who prefers to work behind the scenes — loves supporting her sisters and getting to experience their journey alongside them. 

  • Turtleman’s advice

    Ernie “Turtleman” Brown Jr., a Lebanon native, and known for his previous Animal Planet show, “Call of The Wildman”, recently connected with Layla Spring in her down-time between American Idol broadcasts, and has made sure to be a source of support for her. 

  • Legislature overrides budget and tax vetoes

    By State Representative Brandon Reed
     
    This past week, the legislature overrode the governor’s vetoes of a pro-education budget and comprehensive tax reform. I was proud of these measures, which placed a high priority on providing record funding to our pension systems, increasing per-pupil education funding, and allowing working Kentuckians to keep more of their take-home pay.