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Today's News

  • Strong second half leads to Knights’ victory over Dragons

    The Marion County Knights played the Green County Dragons on Tuesday of last week at the Roby Dome. After the first quarter, the Knights trailed by two points due in large part to streaky shooting by Green County early on. The Knights and Dragons were evenly matched throughout the frame, and baskets were traded evenly until the score was 12-10 with Green County ahead.

  • Fred’s favorite Christmas poem

    Every couple of years I like to revisit my father’s favorite Christmas poem inspired by Clement Moore’s famous work ‘Night Before Christmas’.  The writer is unknown but he or she certainly was a gardener; and you may even get some last minute gift ideas from its verse.

  • Jones selected for LEAD class

    Curtis Jones, manager of Coleman Crest Dairy in Marion County, has been selected to participate in the Kentucky Farm Bureau Leadership Enhancement for Agricultural Development program.
    Jones joins 15 other Kentuckians for LEAD’s two-year, intensive learning experience - a program that KFB created to prepare future agricultural leaders for tomorrow’s challenges.

  • Girls slip past Southwestern

    In the first game of the Republic Bank Classic last Saturday morning at Lexington Catholic, the Marion County Lady Knights girls’ varsity basketball team defeated Southwestern by four points in a 58-54 victory. Junior guard Bre Elder poured in 29 points to help the Lady Knights slip past the previously undefeated Warriors.
    “Bre stepped up and played a great game,” Lady Knight Head coach Trent Milby said.

  • Court News 12-22-10

    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.

  • Former coach wins 500th game

    Former Marion County Knights Head Coach Tim Davis, who currently is the head coach at Campbellsville, picked up his 500th win as a head coach on Saturday, Dec. 11, against Grayson County in the Cameron Irvin Classic at North Hardin High School by a score of 58-56. Davis becomes one of only 41 coaches in Kentucky that have achieved this milestone.

  • Linescores 12-22-10

    Marion County
    Youth Basketball League

    December 19
    10- and 11-Year Old Girls

    At St. Charles Middle School
    Mercury 27: Aaliyah McAtee 2, Katie Overstreet 2, Jordan Thomas 16, Lauren Walton 2, Elizabeth Hughes 3, Savannah Goode 2.
    Mystics 14: Faith Pittman 6, Eternity Smith 2, Kiah Cox 3, Amanda Miles 1, Caroline Buckman 2.

    Comets 28: Morgan Mattingly 10, Leah Hazelwood 2, Caroline Reed 11, Alice Farmer 1, Alaysia White 4.

  • There’s a first time for everything

    Okay. So I thought that running in 5K races was going to be the only thing I did for the first time this year.
    I completed my first one in Campbellsville in July and my second one, the Pokey Pig, at Ham Days.
    Did I do great?
    No not great, but I finished and I was happy with that.

  • Lady Knights pound Green County by 35

    On Tuesday of last week, the Marion County Lady Knights faced the Green County Lady Dragons at the Roby Dome. The Lady Knights raced ahead from the beginning and were able to keep the Lady Dragons on the ropes. A quick spurt early in the first quarter from the locals gave a glimpse of how the game would play out.  Marion County’s up-tempo offense and smothering defense proved to be too much for Green County in a 77-42 rout.

  • Police stack the deck to crack unsolved cases

    KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer was joined today by multiple law enforcement agencies to unveil the first ever statewide ‘Kentucky Unsolved Cases Initiative’ in anticipation that playing cards will deal clues in unsolved cases.
    The project involves a two-prong approach including the development of a playing card deck highlighting 52 unsolved homicide, missing person and unidentified remains cases that have occurred throughout the state followed by a media blitz to create interest in the initiative.