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Today's News

  • Next Steps

    We were shocked Saturday morning when we heard that Marion County High School boys basketball coach Anthony Epps had been arrested for DUI and reckless driving.

    Just last month, Epps pled guilty to reckless driving, stemming from an incident in October, when he was initially charged with DUI.

    At first we didn't believe it. We didn't want to believe it, but it only took a few phone calls to confirm that it was true.

  • Leadership Lebanon applications are being accepted

    The 2011-12 class of Leadership Lebanon-Marion County is currently forming. The first meeting will be held at a mandatory retreat in September. Leadership activities are held the third Thursday of every month through May. Topics discussed each month will be education, industry, agriculture, tourism, medicine, media, and justice, among others.
    To participate in this year’s program or for more information, contact Adam Poff at (270) 692-0375 or Wally Brady at (270) 692-8695.
    All applications must be returned by Aug. 1.
     

  • Hogan joins Coldwell Banker V.I.P. Realty, Inc. sales staff

     

     

  • Glasscock Elementary students receive certificates

    The following students received award certificates in the following categories for the 2010-11 school year.

  • Abell gets scholarship from Leadership class
  • 6-22-11 Police Log

    Reports from the Marion County Sheriff’s Department:
    - On June 17, at 5 a.m., the Marion County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to St. Francis Xavier Church in Raywick to respond to a complaint of a person laying on the front porch at the church. Anthony Fields of Springfield was found on the property. He was arrested and charged with alcohol intoxication and lodged in the Marion County Detention Center.

  • 6-22-11 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.

     

  • Rape, sodomy charges dismissed against Lebanon man

    Michael Lee Clarkson Jr., 18, of 486 Radio Station Road in Lebanon-Springfield pled guilty to a charge of first-degree wanton endangerment. This was amended from an original charge of first-degree sex abuse.
    Charges of first-degree rape of a victim under 12 years old and first-degree sodomy of a victim under 12 years old were dismissed.
    His sentencing is scheduled for July 7.
    In other circuit court news:

  • City gets $32,600 for portable power supply

    The Kentucky Office of Homeland Security (KOHS) awarded a $32,600 State Homeland Security Grant to the City of Lebanon to purchase a portable power supply, Gov. Steve Beshear announced recently.
    “Homeland Security grants are a vital component in helping keep the Commonwealth safe and secure,” Gov. Beshear said. “They provide funds that enable our first responders to have the latest and best tools needed in their critical missions. This power supply will be an essential piece of equipment during natural and manmade disasters.”

  • 6-22-11 Early Files

    75 years old
    June 5, 1936
    Kobert home sold
    Willie Abraham, operator of Depot Restaurant, yesterday purchased at auction the old homestead of the late Charles Kobert. The residence, one of Lebanon’s most imposing, did not bring brisk bidding. The high bid was $4,875.
    The house stands between north Proctor Knott and Kobert avenues, on a lot fronting 198 feet on the former and 276 feet on the latter.

    Reporter’s notebook