• Letter to the editor - Homeless children in our communities

    People in the community are startled. And people in the community want to help. A recent publication of the Central Kentucky News Journal released information provided by the local school districts: there are a reported 85 homeless students in Taylor County. Interestingly enough, based solely on data from Green River Ministries Homeless Shelter, between September 2016 and 
    September 2017, 76 minors were included on applications for shelter. Thus, the numbers reported to the area schools and those recorded by an area agency match up!

  • Letter to the editor: Save Nosey Now

    Nonprofit organization, Save Nosey Now, Inc., is asking several small towns in Kentucky to not allow the Great American Family Circus (aka Liebel Family Circus) to use their long-suffering elephant, Nosey (aka Tiny), in shows this month in Hazel, Marion, Wickliffe, Hanson and Eddyville. Nosey has been with the Florida circus family for over three decades, and Save Nosey Now, Inc. wishes to see her in one of the three true elephant sanctuaries in North America.

  • Letters to the editor - Sept. 13, 2017

    Family is forever
    At the Village of Lebanon Assisted Living we are one big family. When moving a loved one into an assisted living community, one important word that comes to mind is “trust.“ You want the peace of mind that your loved one will receive the utmost care by professionals who will treat them like their own family. At Village of Lebanon Assisted Living, we could not take this responsibility more seriously.

  • Letters to the editor - Stop the vape ban

    In a recent announcement from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), certain vapor product compliance deadlines will be extended to 2022. Although this appears to be a victory for the vape industry, it is not the end of the uphill vape ban battle.
    The good news is that Congress is still currently considering H.R. 1136, the FDA Deeming Authority Clarification Act of 2017. This law would provide sensible regulations that allow a better FDA approval process for existing and future products.

  • Facebook post from Kentucky Gun Company

    Editor’s note: The following post was written on Facebook by the owner of Kentucky Gun Company in Bardstown regarding the advertisement that can be seen wrapped around the front page of this week’s edition.

    Friends and Critics of KYGUNCO,

  • Letter to the editor: Your year-end donations benefit job seekers

    It’s the season of giving, and there are some simple ways to make a big difference for your neighbors. Over the holidays, consider digging into your closets, taking a look at the things that are no longer useful or adding value to your life, and consider donating them to Goodwill.

  • Every month should be National Recovery Month

    To the editor:

    September was National Recovery Month — a month when those effected by drug addiction take time to celebrate those who have succeeded in recovery and remember those who have lost their life to addiction.

  • Enterprise does an outstanding job

    To the editor:

    We appreciate The Lebanon Enterprise and Publisher Stevie Lowery including us in the Sept. 17 edition of the publication and their pictorial record of the Ham Days festival and celebration.

    Stevie and her staff continue to do an outstanding job of keeping subscribers up-to-date on everything about Lebanon and Marion County.

  • Letters to the editor - Aug. 30, 2017

    Mesothelioma Awareness Day in Kentucky

  • Letters to the editor - Aug. 23, 2017

    Masterson continues to support Loretto Child Care Center